Andrew Dickson White papers microfilm reel 109, March 1911-July 27, 1911
White, Andrew Dickson
In these months White worked with George C. Boldt, Schurman, Robert H. Treman and other trustees to select the site for Prudence Risley Hall. There are letters from several alumnae about plans for the women's dormitory, including a long one from Anna Botsford Comstock. There are a number of letters from Mrs. White that contain comment on Ithaca events and people. Alfred Emerson wrote in July about his work in reproducing a little museum of Christian archaeology in Evanston. Ellsworth M. Statler sent White an invitation on March 10 to dine at his hotel in Buffalo and see the new organ he had installed in it. There are several letters about paintings, music, colleges, and world peace, An original draft of Ezra Cornell's talk at the opening of the university appears under the date of July 24th, when it was turned over to White.
Digitized microfilm of correspondence and papers from the Andrew Dickson White collection.
Cornell University Library, Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections