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James J. Rorimer papers, 1921-1982, bulk bulk 1943-1950

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Series 2: Correspondence , 1927-1982
0.1 Linear feet
Box 1

Correspondence mostly relates to Rorimer's army service during World War II from 1943-1946, such as letters about placement and assignments in the army, army directives, and announcements of awards. There are a few personal letters from Rorimer's wife Katherine or Kay. There are also letters about publishing the book Survival and congratulatory notes upon publication The more prominent names among the correspondents include Paul Sachs, associate director of the Fogg Art Museum at Harvard; John D. Rockefeller, Jr., philanthropist; Robert Lehman, banker and donor to the Metropolitan Museum; Francis Henry Taylor, director of the Metropolitan Museum; and Captain Edith A. Standen, one of the Monuments Men.
This series is arranged chronologically.
Description Container Select
Correspondence, 1927-1941
1
9
Correspondence, 1943
1
10
Correspondence, 1944
1
11
Correspondence, 1945
1
12
Correspondence, 1946
1
13
Correspondence, 1962-1966
1
14
Correspondence, 1975-1982
1
15
Miscellaneous Undated Corresondence, circa 1943-1966
1
16

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