The Resource Marietta Minnegerode Andrews papers

Marietta Minnegerode Andrews papers

Label
Marietta Minnegerode Andrews papers, 1914-1931
Title
Marietta Minnegerode Andrews papers
Inclusive dates
1914-1931
Creator
Subject
Genre
Summary
The collection consists of approximately 100 items. The bulk of the material concerns Black Brother, a long, unfinished manuscript that Mrs. Andrews was working on when she died. Some of her notes and research materials are included, as well as seven of her short stories. There are two pages that have been identified as belonging to George Washington's Country
Biographical or historical data
Marietta Minnegerode Andrews was born 11 December 1869 to Charles and Virginia Cuthbert Minnegerode. She studied art in Washington, D.C., New York, Paris and Munich. In 1895, she married her former instructor, Eliphalet Fraser Andrews, director of the Corcoran School of Art in Washington, D.C. She began to write and publish poetry and prose after the death of her husband in 1915. Her works include Songs of a Mother (1917), Out of the Dust (1920), George Washington's Country (1930), and Many Waters (1931).
Cataloging source
VRC
Language note
English
Label
Marietta Minnegerode Andrews papers
Link
http://ead.lib.virginia.edu/vivaead/published/vcu-cab/vircu00116.html
Note
Description from online finding aid
Control code
99112685670001101
Extent
1 linear foot.
Governing access note
Collection is open to research
Organization method
The manuscript for Black Brother has been reconstructed from internal evidence and Mrs. Andrews' notes. Associated materials, probably intended for inclusion in the final book, have been arranged following the manuscript. Photographs have been removed to the University photograph collection.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)639575587
  • (OCoLC)ocn639575587
Terms governing use
There are no restrictions.
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