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Oakley, Violet, 1874-1961

 Person

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Bryn Mawr College Songbooks

 Collection
Identifier: BMC-1WB
Overview This is a collection of Bryn Mawr College Songbooks from 1899-present, historically used during Step Sings. There are 90 different songbooks, some of which have multiple copies. The early books are softcover quartos while the later ones are octavos more similar to pamphlets.
Dates: 1889 - 2013

Henrietta Cozens papers

 Collection
Identifier: BMC-M3
Overview Henrietta Cozens (fl. 1900-1930s) was a horticulturalist and a friend of the artists Elizabeth Shippen Green Elliott (1872-1954), Violet Oakley (1874-1961), and Jessie Willcox Smith (1863-1935). In 1902, the three artists held their first group exhibition at the Plastic Club, a professional organization for women artists on Camac Street in Philadelphia. After their experience renting studio space at Bryn Mawr College to escape the summer heat of the city, they decided in 1902 to lease the Red...
Dates: 1889 - 1956; Majority of material found within 1901 - 1938

Anna Wharton Morris Papers

 Collection
Identifier: SFHL-RG5-106
Overview Anna Wharton Morris was the youngest daughter of Joseph Wharton, prominent Philadelphia industrialist and philanthropist. She was a birthright member of the Society of Friends, active in prison reform and other social reform movements of her day, and was a profilic writer, primarily of short stories and essays. In 1896, she married Harrison S. Morris, Philadelphia author and arts administrator, and they had one child, Catharine Morris Wright. The collection includes her diaries and journals,...
Dates: 1729-1957

Violet Oakley Collected Papers

 Collection
Identifier: SCPC-CDG-A-Oakley, Violet
Dates: 1933-1979; Majority of material found within 1933-1942

Irvin C. Poley signature album

 Collection
Identifier: HC.MC-975-05-008
Overview The signature albums of Irvin C. Poley include autographs of famous people, particularly authors, actors, and those in government or diplomacy, primarily sent to Poley, though there are other recipients as well. Many of the instances are signatures. Some of the more well-known authors who wrote letters, rather than just signatures, often relate to speaking at an event or a fund solicitation or response to comment or request for signature from Poley.
Dates: 1903-1937