Deland, Margaret (1857 – 1945)



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Source: NYPL Digital Gallery, The New York Public Library

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Pertinent Archives:

Barnard College Library (correspondence and manuscripts of American women including Deland) (

Boston Public Library (correspondence and social invitations; correspondence with Lilian Whiting) (

Chicago Public Library, Special Collections (poem in collection of Edward H. Weiss) (

Historical Society of Pennsylvania (letters) (

The Huntington Library (family and personal correspondence; letters to James Thomas Fields) (

Library of Congress, Manuscript Division (manuscripts of Captain Archer’s DaughterThe Kays, and If This Be I, As I Suppose It To Be; letters to Cora de la Matyr Thomas) (

The New York Public Library, Manuscripts and Archives (letters to Frances Anderson concerning a lecture and to H. E. Rood regarding galleys and proofs of several articles and books; letters to Elizabeth Garver Jordan) (

Pennsylvania State Archives (notes, drafts, and manuscripts of Pennsylvania authors including Deland) (

Rutherford B. Hayes Library (letters to William Claflin) (

Schlesinger Library (correspondence dated 1884; letters to Edith G. Stedman) (

Smith College Library, Sophia Smith Collection (autograph letters from New England Hospital) (

University of California, Berkeley, The Bancroft Library, Manuscripts Division (letters to William Green Eggleston) (

University of New England, Maine Women Writers Collection (correspondence, diaries, manuscripts, photos, memorabilia, and books of women including Deland) (

Legacy References:

Reep, Diana C. Legacy Profile: “Margaret Deland (1857-1945).” Legacy 14.1 (1997): 43-50. [GW] [LION]

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