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Triggs, Oscar Lovell. Papers
.1 linear ft. (1 folder)
Special Collections Research Center
Oscar Lovell Triggs, teacher, author. The Oscar Lovell Triggs Papers consist of one letter from Triggs to Mrs. Cheney, dated January 1, 1903.
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Oscar Lovell Triggs was born in 1865. He was an instructor in English at the University of Chicago from 1895 to 1903. Triggs was the author of several books including Browning and Whitman, A Study in Democracy (1893), and Chapters in the History of the Arts and Crafts Movement (1902). Triggs also edited an 1892 edition of Walt Whitman's Leaves of Grass. He was founder of the Saugatuck Press and editor of the "Bulletin of the Morris Society of Chicago."
Oscar Lovell Triggs died in 1930.
The Oscar Triggs Papers consist of one letter from Triggs to Mrs. Cheney, dated January 1, 1903.
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Oscar Triggs to Mrs. Cheney, January 1, 1903