Garrett, Alice Warder, 1877-1952
- Existence: 1877 - 1952
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Alice Warder Garrett was born Alice Warder in 1877. She was married to John Work Garrett in 1908. For much of their marriage, John worked as a United States diplomat, and he and Alice lived in Rome and other European cities. The collection includes personal papers, art-related material, and other items from Alice's life in Baltimore and Europe. The collection contains correspondence, travel documents and postcards, architecture notes and photographs, theater bills, scrapbooks, datebooks,...
Scope and Contents From the Collection: This series and its subseries consist of letters, manuscripts, and photographs of authors and writers of note collected by Professor Richard Macksey (1931-2019), who worked in what is now the Alexander Grass Humanities Institute and The Writing Seminars at Johns Hopkins University from 1958 until his formal retirement in 2010. Professor Macksey was a noted bibliophile and in addition to collecting rare titles and editions, he also collected correspondence and manuscripts by noted French and...
Dates: 1905-04-28 - 1933-03-06
Scope and Contents The collection (1943) of the Urban Planning Conferences consists of the mimeographed proceedings, newspaper clippings, May to November, 1943, announcements of the printed report from the Johns Hopkins Press, a program outlining the agenda, and invitations from Mrs. John Work Garrett.It is likely the mimeographed report of the Urban Planning Conferences is a copy of the material submitted for the published volume. Michael Rosenauer, Chairman of the Conferences, was responsible for...
Dates: 1943 - 1944