Clarke Historical Library
Central Michigan University

Finding aid for
Hemingway Family Papers

Finding aid created by
Marian Matyn

Summary Information
Title: Hemingway Family Papers,
Creator: Hemingway family.
Inclusive dates: 1861, 2006, and undated
Extent: 23.75 cubic feet (in 49 boxes)
Abstract:
Collection includes the papers of Dr. Clarence Hemingway, Grace Hall[-]Hemingway, Marcelline Hemingway Sanford and Sterling S. Sanford, as well as published articles by and about them and Ernest Hemingway.

Call number: MSS.
Language: The material is in English
Repository: Clarke Historical Library, Central Michigan University
250 East Preston Street
Mount Pleasant, MI 48859
Phone: 989-774-3352
Fax: 989-774-2160
Email: clarke@cmich.edu
Website: http://clarke.cmich.edu


Access and Use
Acquisition Information:

Acc#72,091

Access Restrictions:

Hemingway Family Papers are open for research.

Copyright:

Copyright is unknown.

Preferred Citation:

Hemingway Family Papers, 1861, 2006, and undated, Folder # , Box #, Clarke Historical Library, Central Michigan University


Arrangement

Arrangement is by series: the papers of Dr. Clarence Hemingway, Grace Hall[-]Hemingway, Marcelline Hemingway Sanford and Sterling S. Sanford, which include the letters of his mother, Carrie Eldridge “Dot” Skillman Sanford, and their dear friend, Carrie L. Dicken, and published articles by and about them and Ernest Hemingway, then alphabetical and chronological.


History

Biography:

While Ernest is the most famous Hemingway, he was part of a large, extended family of artists, doctors, heroes, and missionaries. Members of the Hemingway and Sanford families for whom there are extensive or very interesting materials in this collection are described below. For Ernest’s biography, please see the biographical section of the Ernest Hemingway Collection finding aid. For information about Ernest’s correspondence or photographs in the collection, see the Scope and Contents Note.

The four main people documented by/in this collection collected by Marcelline, (Hemingway) Sanford are her and Ernest’s parents, Dr. Clarence and Grace Hall [-] Hemingway, Marcelline (Hemingway) Sanford, and her husband, Sterling S. Sanford. Other Hemingways documented in this collection include Ernest, his other sisters, particularly Ursula “Ura legs” Jepson, Madelaine “Sunny” Mainland, Carol “Befish” or “Beefy” Gardner, and their brother, Leicester “Les”, and his wife, Patsy, a genealogist who had extensive correspondence with Sterling in the 1970s. Sterling’s mother, Carrie E. (Skillman) Sanford, her mother, Mrs. Phebe Skillman, and Carrie’s best friend, Carrie L. Dicken, are also well documented in the collection. Clarence’s brother, Dr. Willoughby Hemingway and his wife, Mary, who were missionaries to China, and their children, particularly Isabel “Izzy”, who later became a nurse and missionary to China are documented in this collection, although to a lesser extent than the other Hemingways.

Dr. Clarence Hemingway: Clarence Hemingway was born on September 4, 1871 in Oak Park, Ill., the son of Anson T. (1844-1926) and Adelaide Edmunds Hemingway (1841-1923). Anson served in the 72nd Regiment, Illinois Infantry Volunteers during the Civil War. A number of materials documenting him, including a typed transcription of his Civil War diaries, are in the collection (Box 28), as well as correspondence from him to Marci.

Clarence had five siblings: Anginette “Nettie” (Mrs. Frank B.) Hines, Dr. Willoughby A. Hemingway, a missionary to China, Dr. George R., Grace, and Alfred T. Hemingway (died 1922), who was a lumberman in Kansas City. Clarence graduated from Rush Medical College, having completed his post-graduate work at the Lying-In Hospital in New York City. As a general practitioner in Oak Park, Ill., Dr. Hemingway was devoted to his work and patients. He also enjoyed his nearly 30 years of Agassis Nature Club work with boys.

The Hemingways lived across the street in Oak Park from the Hall family. Grace Hall (June 12, 1872-June 29, 1951) and Clarence were married on October 1, 1896. Together they had six children: Marcelline, Ernest, Ursula, Madelaine, Carol, and Leicester.

Once school ended in June, Grace and the children would go to their cottage, Windemere Cottage, on Lake Walloon, near Petoskey, Michigan, for the summer. Towards the end of the summer, Dr. Hemingway would head north and spend a few weeks with the family before they returned to Oak Park and the beginning of the next school year. The cottage gave them a healthy respite from the city’s heat during summer and was relaxing for everyone. It also provided a regular separation for Grace and Clarence. When Grace needed more peace and quiet she built Grace Cottage as a retreat for herself in June 1918 across the lake from the family’s cottage.

In late November 1928, Clarence’s health rapidly declined. He had diabetes, and had incurred financial problems due to the Florida land speculation failure. On December 6, 1928, he used his father’s Civil War pistol to kill himself. His death caused the family much suffering and Grace had financial difficulties, most of which were covered by Ernest and Sterling.

Grace Hall[-]Hemingway: A lot has been written by various sources about Grace (June 12, 1872-June 29, 1951), her relationship with Ernest, and her talents, which I will not duplicate here. Briefly, from this collection, the documentation of her life is that she was undeniably a very talented woman. She sang, painted, wrote poetry, taught voice and music lessons, acted, wrote and published music, notably “Lovely Walloona”, had numerous paintings exhibited in juried art shows, and presented many successful public performances of her pupils. Prior to her marriage, Grace sang in numerous public performances. Her brother, Leicester Hall, also was musically gifted and sang many public solos as well as in large choruses.

When she married Clarence and became pregnant, Grace’s operatic and teaching career was cut short. She always resented this even though she did love her family. Thus, her relationship with her family was at various times highly emotional and fluctuated regularly between tumultuous and calm. Her relationship with Marci is noted in the next biographical section.

Throughout her life, Grace remained very active in the arts. Her student recitals, which she often accompanied on the piano occurred through 1945. Increasingly painting dominated her later life from 1918 through the 1930s.

Grace had bad eyesight, as did Marcelline and Sterling, and their children. Grace also suffered from migraines (See letter Grace to Marci, September 17, 1923 in Box 3). In the 1940s, Grace’s health worsened. In September of 1943, Grace began to get more confused. In her letters to Sterling, Marci noted the she was “crying like a child” when confused over bills and that she couldn’t understand ration dates and books or remember food Marci had brought her. In a letter to Sterling (December 2, [1943] in Box 23) Marci noted that Grace “is slipping mentally…she forgets so many things, that she is in tears when she realizes her mistakes.” The description in the letters sounds like Grace is a confused, old lady, not someone experiencing a mental breakdown.

On June 29, 1951 Grace died. In her obituaries she was recognized first and foremost as the mother of Ernest Hemingway. She was survived by her children and grandchildren. In this collection there is a July 11, 1951 (in Box 20) letter Sunny Mainland wrote to Marci about how Sunny boxed up most of Grace’s effects for the garbage men to take away telling Marci that it was faster and easier that way. Many of Grace’s effects became part of the Ransom Collection at the University of Texas-Austin.

Marcelline Hemingway Sanford: Marcelline Doris Hemingway was born on January 25, 1898 in Oak Park, Illinois, the eldest child of Clarence and Grace Hemingway. Her birth ruined her mother’s career as a great voice instructor, a fact her mother later painfully reminded her of (Letter of Grace to Marci April 12, 1931 in Box 5). Marci’s younger siblings called her “Mazween” and “Marci.” Her friends usually called her “Marci,” Her beloved brother, Ernest also at times called her “Ivory.”

Marci and Ernest were raised as twins and were very close while growing up. Marci was held back in school by Grace, so the children would attend the same grades at the same time. This fact bothered Marci later in life when people wrote and asked her if she was confused about her birth date because they thought it was Ernie’s.

In high school, Marci and Ernie were both socially active in plays and wrote and edited the high school newspaper, the Trapeze. The May 25, 1917 v. XXV, no. 25 issue of Trapeze, which is not in the collection, has a photograph of the Trapeze Staff with Marci and Ernest in the front row. Together Marci and Ernie graduated from Oak Park and River Forest High School. She delivered a senior graduation speech entitled “the New Girlhood” (in Box 15). Her paper provided a different theme than that of other graduation speeches of June 1917, a point in which her mother was delighted. Following graduation, Marci worked one summer as a counselor at a girl’s camp in Petoskey.

From September through December of 1917, Marci attended Oberlin Conservatory, now called Oberlin College. As she had in high school, Marci was very active socially, enjoyed her roommates and friends, and had lots of fun. She came home quite ill (with appendicitis) and bad grades. Marci’s story was she was too sick to return to Oberlin. The fact is that her grades were low. The public story was that her parents thought the fees too expensive for her to return to Oberlin. Marci then transferred to the Congregational Training School for Women in Chicago, from which she graduated in June 1919. She worked with Italian immigrants at Hull House in May 1918. Later she studied for a year and a half at Northern University School of Oratory (speech), finishing by January of 1923.

Marci met Sterling when he gave her a ride to see a friend up north. Sterling first visited her family’s cottage in 1917. They wrote each other from that point on, becoming quite serious in 1922. By August 1922 they were engaged. They announced the engagement at her parents’ 25th wedding anniversary in December 1922. Marci and Sterling wed on January 7, 1923 at the Hemingway family home. During the rush of late 1922 while planning the wedding, Marci’s best friend at the time, Dicky [Lucille “Dicky” Dick] was planning her wedding to [Sherman] Walden Edwards on November 4, 1922. Marci wore a crushed velvet orange dress with matching slippers to Dicky’s wedding, which she could not stop talking about even while she was being fitted for her own wedding dress. Marci wrote to Sterling that she felt Dicky’s wedding was more real than her own (see letter of Marci to Sterling, November 27, 1922 in Box 15).

Together Sterling and Marci had three children: Carol, Jim, and John.

Carol Hemingway Sanford was born in September 1924. A good girl, Carol was very close to her Dad and Grandpa Clarence, who adored her. A lifelong asthmatic, numerous letters between Marci, Clarence, and Grace note Carol’s health conditions and slow weight gain as an infant. After graduating from Grosse Pointe High School in 1941, Carol attended MacMurray College in Jacksonville, Illinois, 1943-1945, and Michigan State University in 1946. She was engaged to Thomas N. Jones during World War II, but later married David A. Collidge on December 12, 1953. Most of her letters to Sterling are addressed to “Dear Daddy” during her college years. She applied herself to her studies, her sorority, and carefully documented her expenses for her Dad. Like her mother, she wrote separately to both her parents and received separate letters from them. Carol and David had children.

James Sterling Sanford “Jim”, called “Jimmy” when young, was born on May 29, 1929. He was ill with the measles in April 1930. Growing up he preferred to spend time in the summer at Walloon Lake working for his neighbor, Helen, rather than helping or living with his mother. During World War II he worked delivering pharmaceutical prescriptions, which forced him to request an adult bike on his ration card. He married Marian Doepken on January 28, 1964 and lives in Michigan. Together he and Marian had children.

John Edmonds Sanford, called “Johnny” when young, was born on December 27, 1930. He married Helen Drake on December 31, 1955.

In many ways, Marci was like her mother, Grace, in her talents, interests, and marriage. Before her marriage, Grace wrote to Marci with the following advice, “Don’t marry a man unless you just can’t live without him. I should like to see him and find out what is under that shyness. I like all the things you tell me about him.” (see letter of July 20, 1920 in Box 3).

Like Grace, Marci was a talented lady. She sang, played the piano, sculpted, acted in stage productions, and wrote essays, articles, and plays that were published, including the music for the librettos. One of her plays, “Be Seated”, copyrighted in 1938, was later produced by several groups. Marci was quite successful in her literary undertakings, eventually writing her book, “At the Hemingways” which was partially published in serial form, 1961-1962, published in book form, 1962, and which was praised by the critics. She also received the Writer of the Year Awards from the Detroit Women Writers’ Guild, 1961-1962 and 1962-1963. Marci traveled in the U.S. and Japan as part of her book tour in 1963.

Also like her mother, Marci was very concerned with proper social behavior and standings. She was an active member of the Detroit City Women’s Club, for which she regularly wrote a column called “Theatre Briefs” about the latest New York theatre productions. Both Grace and Marci were scandalized by Ernest’s multiple marriages and assumed he had misbehaved between his marriages. Yet, they were also immensely proud of his literary achievements. Both his scandals and successes were often mentioned in their letters, and they obviously relished the recognition his celebrity brought to them as family members.

Marci maintained a written relationship with her siblings, although they rarely saw each other after their father’s death. Her letters are very like her mother’s, full of advice (or orders) and a social event listing of who she met, what she did, and what she would do. Unlike her mother, Marci did housework, cooked (even wild game), and cleaned out filthy attics and storage areas by herself, which she noted in her letters. Like her mother, she had household help whom she never mentions in letters, except during the war when Sterling had to pick up the maid because gas rationing prevented other arrangements.

Grace and Marci had a very interesting, and at times tumultuous, relationship. When Grace was ill, late in her life, she asked specifically for Marci to come and take care of her, which Marci did, writing about it with pride and sympathy for her mother’s confusion concerning bills and poor health.

It is obvious from Grace’s pride in Ernest’s literary achievements that she would have enjoyed having the recognized author at the family summer home to show him off to her friends. However, it also appears to be true from her letters that she did actually miss and care about Ernest and would have enjoyed seeing him even if he had not achieved literary fame and fortune.

Besides causing emotional rollercoasts by her letters, Grace also caused them over finances and visiting. She would state she would try to help her daughters financially but, unfortunately, did not have the money at the time or that they were wrong to assume she had to give them money. Grace also would invite or encourage a visit only to note that she had limited space for family to stay and no means to help them with travel expenses. Grace could be quite manipulative in her letters, whether or not it was intentional.

Marci’s health is also documented in the collection. In May 1921 she had surgery on her abdomen, apparently for appendicitis. She suffered from health changes during and after her pregnancies. She had a bout of cancer in late 1940, which she survived. In January 1942 Marci suffered from a stomach ulcer for which she had an operation. In a letter to Sterling dated August 17, 1943 (in Box 23), she mentioned that her heart was better although it slowed her down. In September 1943 she had low blood pressure and an ulcer. By then Marci regretted that she was “such a changed person physically and consequently in spirit.” Also, Marci noted with some humor “at least I’ve learned to wash and iron fairly decently in the last year.” Marci suffered from another bout of cancer in 1963 which killed her on December 9, 1963. She was survived by her husband, children, and grandchildren, her sisters and her brother, Les.

Ursula Hemingway Jepson: Ursula X. Hemingway was born on April 29, 1902 in Oak Park, Illinois. While in college she led the grand march of Junior-Senior formal with her date at Carleton College in Northfield, Minnesota. She was elected as president of the Junior class. Ura was chairman of arrangements, active in social and literary activities of the college, served as art editor of “Middle border,” society editor of Carletonina, vice president of Gamma Delta Society; member of “all college, students social committee and vice president of Carleton Press Club. [Oak Leaves, Saturday, March 1, 1924, which is not in the collection, has a nice photograph of Ura.]

From their letters, Ura and Marci appeared to have gotten along well in their youth.

Ura married her college boyfriend, Jasper “Jap” Jay Jepson, the son of John H. Jepson, of Minneapolis at 8 p.m. at her parents’ home on September 12, 1925. Mrs. Sterling Holt Pittlman of Cincinnati (nee Miss Harriet Paige), Ursula’s roommate at Carleton, served as Matron of Honor. The two women and the groom graduated from Carelton in June 1925. Sunny Hemingway served as maid of honor. Marci’s feelings were hurt initially when she was not included in the wedding party. By October 20th the new couple moved into their home at 1643 Xerxes Avenue, Minneapolis Minnesota. While there, Ura sometimes wrote book reviews. She was also a scrulptress.

Ura felt violated and betrayed by details and remarks in books and articles written about the Hemingway family when Ernest became famous. She believed that some personal information, such as her nickname “Ura-legs”, was something only a family member or a very close family friend would know.

Jap and Ura had one child, Gail, who later married Harold Schnacks. Gail and Harold had a son Jerrald, who in 1949 had a blood transfusion.

Ura lived for several years in Honolulu, Hawaii. While there, Carol Sanford visited her. After Ernest’s funeral, Ura threatened to blackmail Marci over things Carol had told Ura about Marci, if Marci ever wrote a book about their family. (See letter of Marci to Sterling, July 4-6, 1961 in Box 23.)

Ura survived three cancer operations. She suffered from depression and eventually committed suicide by drug overdose on October 30, 1966. The Ursula Hemingway Jepson Memorial Award recognizing an outstanding junior studio art student was established by Jasper Jepson in 1968 in her memory.

In this collection there are letters Marcelline wrote to Ura in 1917 and 1920 and letters Ura wrote to her in 1925-1928, the 1930s, and 1949-1950.

Madelaine Hemingway Mainland: The Hemingway’s third daughter, Madelaine called “Sunny”, was born in Oak Park, Illinois, on November 28, 1904. She had her appendix out on May 15, 1924. She was a musician and played the harp and piano, often in her mother’s recitals. From November 1928 through mid-summer 1929, Sunny “went south” with Ernie and visited Spain, Italy, Africa, and France. [According to a website “A Family History” while there she typed portions of her brother’s novel A Farewell to Arms. She later played the harp with the Memphis Symphony.] Sunny married Kenneth Mainland, with whom she had a son, Ernie. Ernest Hemingway willed Windemere Cottage to Sunny and eventually it descended to Ernie Mainland. Sunny and Ura were both very negative towards Marci after Ernest Hemingway’s funeral. Sunny died in Petoskey, Michigan, on January 14, 1995.

In this collection there is a July 11, 1951 letter Sunny “Numbones” wrote to Marci re: the removal of Grace Hall Hemingway’s effects.

Carol Hemingway Gardner: The youngest Hemingway sister, Carol, was born on July 19, 1911 in Resort Township, Michigan. Most of the information in this collection documents Carol while she was in primary school. Ernie discouraged her from attending college, much to their mother’s disgust (letter of Grace to Marci, September 11, 1931). Carol was apparently a challenge to both high school and college authorities. She attended Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida, where she met and fell in love with John F. “Jack” Gardner. While at Rollins, Carol published several stories in the college literary magazine. Her relationship with Jack began at Rollins and continued in Europe while Ernie paid for her to live and work in Austria in 1933. Ernie was totally against Jack, whom Carol married on December 8, 1937. The marriage caused a permanent rift between her and Ernie. Carol and Jack had several children together: Jake (1936-), Elizabeth called “Linda” Lombardi (1938-), Paul (1940-), and Mark (1949-). Of Jack’s parents, Grace wrote “they are certainly our own kind of folks.” (letter from Grace to Marci, March 24, 1933.) Later, she worked as a school teacher, and retired to Massachusetts, where she died in the fall of 2002. (For further information see “Carol and Ernest Hemingway: the Letters of Loss”, in the Hemingway Review, Fall 2004.)

In this collection there are letters that Carol wrote Marci, an April 15, 1923 letter about her birth party (enclosed with Grace’s letter to Marci, April 14, 1923) 1924 -1927, 1931, and 1934-1935. After Carol married she sent her children’s photographs to Grace but only wrote to Marci in 1961-1962.

Leicester Hemingway: The youngest Hemingway, Les, was born on April Fool’s Day, April 1, 1915. He grew up in his brother’s shadow, surrounded by female relatives. He shared a living room as a bedroom with his mother following his father’s suicide to allow roomers to rent the bedrooms so they could pay the bills. Leicester served in the army and became a magazine editor and newspaper man. He wrote the first book about Ernest from the family perspective, My brother, Ernest Hemingway, in 1962. It enjoyed some success as an internal family source about the master until it was surpassed by Marci’s book, which proved she knew more about Ernie than Les did. Les also wrote a book about mixing drinks. He married Patsy on June 4, 1936. Patsy later became very interested in genealogy and wrote numerous letters to Sterling in the 1970s about their family trees.

There are letters from Les to Marci, 1926, 1929, 1930, 1934, 1944, and undated. There are also letters to her, 1945, from Patsy.

Carrie (Skillman) Sanford and Carrie L. Dicken: Carrie (March 21, 1862-March 13, 1897) was the daughter of Phebe J. Hall (1834-1897) and Abraham (Abram) Skillman (1833-December 1885). Carrie’s best friend dating back to the 1880s was Carrie L. Dicken. Both women were devout christians. They lived in Mount Clemens and attended and taught Sunday school and summer religious camps. Carrie Skillman taught in public schools for a few years before marrying.

On June 10, 1890, Carrie Skillman married George Sanford (April 19, 1857-May 16, 1933), the son of James B. (1846-1892) and Maria Yeaomans Sanford (1846-1904). They met while she was visiting patients, of which George was one, in the local hospital. For their honeymoon they traveled to Europe.

Sterling Skillman Sanford was born on February 7, 1893 in Mount Clemens, Michigan. Shortly after Sterling was born in 1893 Carrie suffered from ill health, perhaps in part from pregnancy or birth complications. She became increasingly sicker beginning in February 1894 and died from tuberculosis in March 1897. At least a year before her death, George had abandoned them and left town. Carrie and Sterling then lived with her mother. When Carrie knew her death was inevitable, she enlisted the help of her friend, Carrie Dicken, who was charged (see letter of January 7, 1897 in Box 43) with the educational and christian guardianship of Sterling. Immediately following Carrie Sanford’s death, Sterling’s Grandmother Phebe Skillman cared for Sterling until she died in December 1897. A lawyer cousin, Robert F. Eldridge, was asked by Sterling’s mother, Carrie, to remove some of her furniture and personal belongings, such as letters, photographs, etc., that would be of financial or emotional value to Sterling in the future and guard Sterling’s finances. After Carrie died, Robert Eldridge successfully carried out Carrie’s wishes and successfully managed accounts for Sterling.

Carrie Skillman Sanford apparently came from a family with very poor health. Her brother, Fred, died at age 21 in 1888 in Washington (state) where he had apparently gone, perhaps as part of the Gold Rush.

The affect of losing so many immediate family members must have been traumatic on Sterling. The one constant in his life until 1937 was Carrie Dicken. Carrie Dicken, lived and taught school in Ann Arbor, Michigan. She delivered letters from Carrie Sanford to Sterling on each of his birthdays, as well as gifts which his mother had specifically selected for him through 1907. In 1907, however, there was only an envelope and no letter. To partially make up for the lack of the letter, Carrie Dicken wrote in her lovely penmanship on February 6, 1907 (in Box 36) to Sterling with great emotion of how much his mother had loved him, how proud she would be of him, and how it was her wish that he grow up to be a good, christian, educated man. She also noted that since it was the last letter, Carrie’s strength may have given out before she could complete the birthday note. None of these very personal birthday letters are in the collection, although many of Sterling’s childhood drawings, scrapbooks, and reading books [some partial] are. Carrie Dicken made sure that Sterling received everything his mother wanted him to have including scrapbooks, photograph albums, family rings, etc.

Carrie Dicken was born in March 1865 (According to AncestryPlus.com). She grew up in Mount Clemens and was good friends with Carrie Skillman by the 1880s. Carrie D. had moved to Ann Arbor to teach by the time Sterling was born in 1893. She taught in public schools from at least 1893 through 1922. During the summers she took classes at the Normal School at Ypsilanti, later Eastern Michigan University. Carrie D. graduated in December 1922 with her teaching degree. Afterwards, she traveled briefly and continued teaching in Ann Arbor. She never married. Carrie D. died sometime after 1937, having proved herself to be a loyal friend to Carrie, Phebe, and Sterling.

There is a sizeable correspondence between the two Carries, Phebe, and Sterling in this collection. Carrie Skillman, later Sanford, wrote to Carrie Dicken, 1881, 1885-1894 and in 1896-1897, although the 1897 material is incorrectly dated and should really be February 10, 1896. These letters and lists specifically concern Carrie Dicken handling Carrie Sanford’s estate and Sterling in the event of her death. Carrie Dicken wrote to Phebe Skillman, in 1893 and 1897 about Sterling and Carrie Sanford. Carrie Dicken wrote to Sterling from 1899 through 1937. Carrie never forgot Sterling on his birthday and the two visited occasionally.

Sterling S. Sanford: Sterling Skillman Sanford was born on February 7, 1893 to Carrie E. “Dot” Skillman Sanford and George Sanford in Mount Clemens, Michigan. Following the death of both his mother and maternal grandmother in 1896, his guardian and uncle, John M. Hall, asked his brother, Columbus C. Hall, if Sterling could live with Columbus’ family. Sterling made his home with his Uncle Columbus, Aunt Libbie, and their children, Columbus, Jr., and Maud[e] until 1923. His cousin Maude was closest to him, being only eight years older than Sterling. His Uncle Columbus had a farm in Mount Clemens with animals, gardens, various crops, and orchards. Sterling did a lot of manual farm labor at this farm. As needed, he drove the horse-drawn farm equipment.

Many of Sterling’s relatives and Carrie D. wrote to Sterling regularly and sent him gifts and books for the rest of their lives. His Aunt Mollie (Mary Sanford Hobbes) wrote to Sterling via a Mrs. Hull on February 6, 1899, that her “worthless” brother (George Sanford) had borrowed money from her which he had never repaid causing Mollie financial difficulties. George is a mystery. There is no documentation in the collection that George ever contacted Sterling. After George died in a veteran’s hospital in 1933, another of his relatives contacted Sterling through Carrie D. to verify Carrie Sanford’s cause and date of death. This information was needed so George’s second wife could claim a widow’s pension and benefits. Carrie left it up to Sterling to decide whether or not to respond. There is no indication of how, if at all, Sterling responded.

Sterling attended a one-room school beginning in 1898 with Maud[e]. He was a good student and particularly loved history. He knew so much about history that the teacher excused him from studying it one year because he already knew everything in the book.

Although his mother had taken him to Bay View, Michigan, in 1896, he contracted whooping cough and spent most of the time there sick in bed. Sterling’s first real exposure and memories of Bay View occurred when his Uncle John invited him there in 1909. At the time, his Uncle John was the manager in Bay View, planning programs, inviting speakers and performers, and expanding the offerings of Bay View. Sterling stayed with his Uncle John, Aunt Mary, and an adopted cousin, Dorothy, in their cabin. John gave Sterling a pass to see everything and he attended every performance, lecture, and event that he could. The experience opened a whole new world of art, culture and literature to Sterling and changed his life. It was at Bay View that he heard opera for the first time (Madame Shumann-Heink) and heard and met Helen Keller and Anne Sullivan. He wrote about his memories of Bay View in his manuscript “Bay View as I remember it” in 1975 and was interviewed by the Director of the Bay View Archives, 1985. In both of these he notes the accomplishments and importance of his Uncle John to Bay View’s growth. Copies of his interview transcription and manuscript are in the collection. It was at Bay View in 1909 that he heard Miss Grace Hemingway read a children’s book in a very animated fashion. This was his first exposure to a Hemingway family member.

After graduating from Mount Clemens High School in 1913, where he was active in a debating (oratorical) society and excelled in history, Sterling attended the University of Michigan. His tuition was likely paid for by the sale of his grandmother’s house and goods. He studied engineering and was an EROTC (Engineers Reserve Officers Training Corps) member. Before graduation, Sterling’s academics were interrupted by World War I. As a Second Lieutenant, he was stationed at Camp Custer in Battle Creek, Michigan, with the 338th Infantry, in early 1918, at Camp Lee, Virginia, in the summer of 1918, and at Camp Forrest, Georgia, by December 1918. At one point, he was in charge of training other men.

At the end of the war, Sterling was offered the chance to finish his education, which he wisely accepted. He returned to the University of Michigan Engineering School, from which he officially graduated in 1919. Sterling, however, always considered himself a member of the class of 1917. As a result, he only attended 1917 class reunions.

Sterling was then hired by the Detroit Edison Company. He worked in the Research Department, 1920-1927, as a sales engineer, 1927-1943, and in the Heating, Ventilating, an Air Conditioning Department, 1943- 1958, from which he retired as supervisor of the steam sales in January 1958. His excellent research on the elasticity of pipe bends in 1922 with Sabin Crocker, came to the attention of the head engineer who thought it was should be published. This was the first of many articles Sterling researched and published over the years on steam, air conditioning, and heating in both professional and Detroit Edison internal publications. He was very good at his work and was pivotal in convincing a number of owners of major buildings in downtown Detroit to continue their steam purchase agreements with Detroit Edison instead of building and operating their own steam facilities. Among these buildings were the Statler Hotel, the “new” post office (he convinced federal engineers in Washington), and Harper Hospital. Sterling researched the situation and met with the officials on top of doing his other work. He was highly regarded by his superiors at Detroit Edison for his ability to handle these situations quickly, wisely, and effectively. When he salvaged their agreement with Harper Hospital the company administration gave him a fancy party and decorated him with flowers around his neck like a winning race horse.

Sterling was a member of the American Society of Heating and Air Conditioning Engineers and the American Society of Refrigeration Engineers. From 1944 through 1945 he served as president of the National District Heating Association. This period, during the end of the war, was a difficult time for the association and they recognize his leadership ability with a number of special certificates of appreciation.

Having mutual friends in the Bay View area, Sterling met Marcelline and they began writing. (See the Marcelline biographical section for more information.) Marci died on December 9, 1963.

On September 23, 1964, Sterling married Hixie Boykin, born December 29, 1896, a lady he and Marci had known from the Grosse Pointe area. Sterling and Hixie were members of a section of a cultural club which listened to musical recordings. In retirement, they enjoyed researching their various family trees with other relatives, especially Patsy Hemingway. Sterling was a member of several social clubs and a trustee at Grosse Pointe Memorial Church. Hixie died on October 19, 1988. Sterling died exactly two years later on October 19, 1990.

Dr. Willoughby Hemingway and family: Clarence’s brother, Dr. Willoughby “Will” Hemingway and his wife, Mary W. (Williams) Hemingway were missionaries to China engaged in medical and evangelistic work in Taiku. Willoughby was born April 1, 1874 in Oak Park, Illinois. He was a member of the First Congregational Church in Oak Park since 1886. He graduated from Oberlin College in 1898 and from Rush Medical College in 1901. After serving as an intern in Chicago Baptist Hospital, 1901-1903, he did post-graduate work at Chicago Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat College in 1903. At the age of sixteen he was drawn to missionary work and focused his academic pursuits to achieve the goal of being a missionary.

Mary Williams was born in Kalgan by the Great Wall of China on August 3, 1875, the daughter of the Rev. Mark Williams. Her mother was the daughter of Rev. Stephen Riggs who served as a missionary to the Sioux from 1837 until his death. Mary graduated from Oberlin College in 1899 and studied in Moody Bible Institute and Armour Institute. She taught at the A.M.A. Indian School, 1901-1902, and joined the First Congregational Church in Oak Park in 1903.

On October 1, 1903, Will and Mary married. They were commissioned as missionaries of the American Board on October 18th, and sailed form San Francisco on October 31st. They were assigned to work at the Taikuhsien Mission, Shansi, North China, where other missionaries were killed during the Boxer Rebellion.

Dr. Will, Dr. Francis Tucker, and other American doctors were decorated by the Chinese government for their efforts in stopping pneumonic plague prior to 1920. They ran the busy hospital, by 1927 called the Ester Barton Memorial Hospital, and reached out to surrounding cities and villages. [Rev. Barton was the minister of the First Congregational Church in Oak Park.]

With his family, Dr. Will enjoyed furloughs in the U. S. from July 1911 to July 1912 and August 1919 through the July 1920. In 1927 they returned to the U.S. due to security concerns about the war in China.

Together Will and Mary had four children: Adelaide (January 28, 1906- ), Isabel “Izzy” (January 25, 1908-) , Stephen (died in 1917), and Winifred (November 1, 1916-). Dr. Will died in 1932. Mary worked in China from 1903 through 1943. She died on November 24, 1974 in Washington, D.C. at the age of 99. She was survived by her daughters, Winifred Thomforde and Isabel “Izzy” Hemingway. Isabel had retired in 1973 after working with the Missionary Board in China and Turkey.

Correspondence from and material about the family is in several series. One is a thank you note for a folding organ, written in Chinese with an English translation, from Chao Yu Luan, an evangelist at Western Valley Village in China, 1907 to Dr. Clarence Hemingway who had donated the organ. In the Grace Hall Hemingway series there are Mary W. Hemingway letters to Grace, 1948-1949 and a 1943 letter from Isabel “Izzy” Hemingway to Grace. Also, in Grace’s extended family correspondence there is an October 26, 1917 letter (copy) from Mary “May” to her parents re: the death of her son, Stephen in China. (He died three weeks before she wrote the letter.). In it she mentions her daughters, Adelaide (the eldest), Isabel in the middle, and Winifred (just beginning to talk) and how they are each coping with the loss. Stephen was at least three when he died. Also in the Programs, Service Bulletins of the First Congregational Church, 1920 and 1927 (in Box 9) there are photographs of the family and biographies.

Isabel “Izzy” wrote to Marci in 1931, 1940, 1950-1951, and 1962. Her 1940 letter includes Taiku Hospital, Annual Report, 1940, and a Memorial Booklet on Dr. Leonard F. Wilbur (1907-1940), [1940]. Mary also wrote to Marci in 1923, 1928, 1951, 1956, 1958-1962, while her Uncle Will sent her a Christmas card in 1931 and a letter in 1925. Mary also wrote to Sterling in 1962-1963. Hymns and Songs in Chinese and Japanese, probably gifts from Izzy, undated, and Mary’s Obituary, 1974 are with Marci’s Extended Family Materials.

Flora Heebner was a friend of the Hemingways in China. Correspondence from Flora (in China) to Marci, 1912-1913, is also in the collection.


Collection Scope and Content Note

The collection is divided into five major series: 1) the papers of Dr. Clarence Hemingway, 1896-1928 (Scattered), .5 cubic foot (in 1 box, Box #1); 2) the papers of Grace Hall Hemingway, late 19th century, 2006, and undated, 5 cubic feet (in 10 boxes, Boxes #2-11); 3) the papers of Marcelline (Hemingway) Sanford, 1853, 1998, and undated, 7.75 cubic feet (in 17 boxes, Boxes #12-28); 4) the papers of Sterling S. Sanford, 1861, 2006, and undated, 9 cubic feet (in 18 boxes, Boxes #29-46); and 5) Periodicals with articles, by/about Ernest Hemingway, Grace Hall Hemingway, and/or Marcelline Hemingway Sanford, 1.5 cubic feet (in 3 boxes, Boxes #47-49), 1938-1991 (scattered). All boxes are .5 cubic feet letter-size boxes unless otherwise indicated.

Papers of Dr. Clarence Hemingway: This series consists mostly of letters to and from Clarence, 1896-1928 (Scattered) .5 cubic foot (in 1 box, Box #1). Also included is an article he wrote on the sudden deaths of new mothers, 1908, and his extremely brief obituary of December 6, 1928.

There are five notes written to him, mostly generic in nature. The most noteworthy letter Clarence received in the collection is actually a facsimile of a letter and envelope to him entitled “Short Note from Paris, 1925” from Ernest Hemingway, dated October 19, 1925. In the letter, Ernest thanked his father for sending him a magazine. Ernest mentioned swimming in the Seine, eating partridge, being busy, that writer John Dos Passos and Dick Hill from Oak Park visited and stayed with him and Hadley, and that they were celebrating Bumby’s [John “Jack” Hemingway] birthday party.

There are also several letters Clarence wrote to Grace before and after their marriage, 1896, 1900, 1908, and 1918. The three pre-marriage letters, January 1, 2, and 23, 1896, to Grace are addressed “My darling Sunshine” or “My darling Grace.” They mostly talk of his missing her, enjoying their chats, getting to know each other, about the blessing of God having brought them together and what the future will hold for them. While sincere, they are not romantic. His letter to Grace dated January 23, 1896 also mentions her instructing the opera company in New York City, Madame Cappiani, and the Rubenstein Club that she is enjoying, as well as his family at home in the evening. It is obvious that he enjoyed the cozy pleasure of his family in the evenings and hoped to replicate that later with her.

There are only a few letters in this collection written to Grace by Clarence during their marriage. One is dated 1900 and is addressed to Gracie, Marcelline, Ernest, Sophie and etc., while they are at Windemere. In it, he writes that he hopes they are well and he is busy and soggy due to the weather. There are three letters dated October 15-17, 1908 addressed to “My dear Grace and All at home”, in Oak Park. These letters are written on the stationery of the Society of the Lying-in Hospital in New York. Clarence was there for about four weeks. He was planning on sailing to Havana, Cuba, but learned in New York that Cuba would require him to be quarantined for five days. He was supposed to sail on the Steamer Comus from New York on October 21 and go to New Orleans. In his letters, Clarence mentions not worrying several times. He and his father took the Grand Central Depot to Thomaston, Connecticut, where they had relatives, and, after a brief visit, Clarence headed to New Orleans. Clarence ends his letter by promising Ursula 10 cents a piece for her baby teeth. There are also two letters, dated October 19-20, 1908 Clarence wrote from Thomaston and Hartford, Connecticut. In both of these letters he writes of visiting friends, relatives, and the beauty of the countryside. Lastly, there are two 1918 letters from Clarence to Grace and Marcelline in College Camp, Wisconsin, dated July 31 and August 1. In the first letter he writes of receiving their notes, his attending a pregnant Mrs. Spears, taking Ursula and Carol to movies, and that Ursula was invited out. In the second letter he briefly notes that Mrs. Spears finally had her baby and Ursula made muffins. He signs off in various ways, but “Love” or “Lovingly” is always present.

The majority of the Correspondence from Clarence is to Marcelline. The 1917 letters were written to Marci mostly while she was attending Oberlin, There are also 42 negatives of photographs with a January 15, 1917 letter from Clarence to Marcelline. The photographs are mostly of young people, perhaps from events of the previous summer.

Clarence offered loving fatherly advice to Marci in his letters. He also supervised the inventorying, packing, and shipping of all of Marci’s wedding gifts. After Marci’s daughter, Carol, was born, Clarence wrote in detail to Marci about proper nutrition, breast feeding, bottle feeding, and the overall health care of an infant, including proper methods of cleaning and sanitizing of bottles, nipples, o-rings, etc. He wrote both lovingly as a concerned Daddy and as a knowledgeable, practical physician who had worked with numerous mommies and babies. At this time, Grace wrote Marci about how she should walk more to lose weight. It is also clear from a letter from Grace to Marci (February 2, 1923 in Box 3) that Grace did not share letters from Marci with Clarence unless she felt it was a situation that required his medical knowledge, such as baby feedings, weight gain, or pre- or post-birth physical ailments Marci experienced.

In a letter to Marci dated March 8, 1928 (in Box 5), Grace noted that she and Dad (Clarence) were leaving for Florida on March 19. Clarence was “in very bad shape, Heart attacks cramps and neuritis in his right arm, so he cannot lift it to shave or brush his hair.” In a letter dated November 21, 1928 (in Box 5), Grace noted that Clarence was ill “Dad has been falling off terribly in weight and appetite and unable to sleep and last week seemed to go all to pieces. He really thought he was going to die, but at last I persuaded on him to go to the hospital and have tests made and put himself under care and he now feels encouraged tho’ he is a sick man, hardly able to make even a few calls. Don’t mention this as he is most anxious to conceal his condition, but I recognize that we are going to have some pretty hard sledding this winter.” Clarence had diabetes and had suffered financial loss in a large Florida land speculation deal. [Note: Neither his diabetes by name nor the land deal is specifically mentioned in letters in the collection until Grace’s will notes land she owned in Pinellas County, Florida.]

It is clear in his letters that Clarence loved his family, and Marci and her daughter, Carol, very much. Clarence also wrote of babysitting Carol. In his last letter in this collection which is addressed to Marci and dated August 30, 1928 (in Box 1), Clarence wrote, “My dear Marcelline and family, I was so pleased to receive your good letters and to learn you located and enjoyed the peaches and distributed them among friends – We will surely appreciate some apples, if you can send them. I also am pleased to learn Warren Sumner is fixing up the barn in Longfield.- I have written him.- Hope you get back to Detroit ok. My love to Carol S. Tell her [that] her Grand Pa surely loves her and misses her very much. – with Les gone to Scout camp it is very quiet here. Mother is working very hard preparing for her “Show” Do hope it will be a huge success as she has surely labored sincerely in it’s behalf.- No more word from Ernest since we were at Windemere. Pauline’s letter was our first word, - but heard from Mrs. Krog last week when she returned from Idaho and Wyoming she saw in a Sheridan, Wyo. paper that E.M.H. was out there at a big ranch rodeo. - let us learn. Ask Mr. Bacon to Nail up gate to our Windemere lot. Please! – Love to you all- Daddy –CMH”

Papers of Grace Hall Hemingway Grace’s papers date late 19th century, 2006, and undated and total 5 cubic feet (in 10 boxes, Boxes #2-11). Some copies of census information (2006) have been added during processing. The largest subseries in the collection include: Correspondence to or from Grace, 2 cubic feet (in 4 boxes), and Programs of performances she, her children, or her other pupils gave or attended, approximately .5 cubic foot (in 1 box). The rest of her collection includes articles, biographical information, which includes a large number of newspaper clippings (mostly copies), Exhibit Catalogs, Family Photographs, notably one of Carol, Ernest, Leicester, and Clarence, 1919; and one of all six Hemingway siblings, 1915; and another of Carol and Ernest at Grace Cottage, 1919.

Materials about Grace Cottage, Longfield Farm, Memorabilia, such as her sunglasses, published music she wrote or used, publications (when entire publication exists and contains relevant information about her), sketches, speech notes, and a few miscellaneous materials are included. Her estate inventory and some published sheet Music is legal-size and thus in a legal-size box, the rest of the material being letter-size.

Also there is Materials of Extended Family and Friends, .5 cubic ft. (in 1 box). This includes mainly correspondence between Grace’s extended relatives, 1865-1925, and a funeral card, 1966. Here is found a letter to her parents before they married, and letters of her brother, Leicester Hall, 1900 and 1901, to their father, Ernest Hall. One of these letters, dated January 30, 1901, concerns the death of Queen Victoria and the new king, King Edward VII.

Of all her materials, the correspondence is the most important in expressing her feelings and beliefs, and the most revealing in demonstrating how she operated.

For example, while proud of all the artistic and literary accomplishments of her children, Grace was most proud of Ernest. She wrote of his articles, travels, awards, and positive critiques in numerous letters to Marci. She also wrote of his wives, children, their travels and his divorces, which she felt were morally wrong and which were socially embarrassing to her. His lack of correspondence bothered her as well. The underlined words below were underlined by Grace. “Did you see the article in the Xmas “Spur” – “Spokesman for our generation” – I don’t know any more than you do, where Ernie is- I have had to write duplicate letters to Key West and Paris, on important matters – so would advise you to do same – as he is easily hurt when he does not hear from us, in return: - you know the Hemingway peculiarity – Sunny says, in so many ways, he reminds her of Daddy.” (letter from Grace to Marci, January 12, 1930 (in Box 5)

Ernest’s literary achievements were a point of great pride among the Hemingways. The only other mention of Ernest is an inscription on the inside back cover of her Travel Journal of A Trip to New Orleans, Louisiana, March 21-28, 1918 , “May 16, 1919, Ernest left, the saddest day of all my life.”

Grace’s letters are full of her social agenda, connections, and friends. She offers advice and sometimes a rather poisonous pen emerges. This is amply demonstrated in the Marci section below.

Papers of Marcelline (Hemingway) Sanford: Marci’s papers, 1853, 1998, and undated, total 7.75 cubic feet (in 17 boxes, Boxes #12-28). Her materials are divided first into Marcelline Hemingway materials (pre-marriage) and then Mrs. S. S. Sanford (Marcelline) materials (post-marriage).

The Marcelline Hemingway subseries includes mostly Biographic Information, approximate. .5 cubic feet (in 1 box), Correspondence to/ from her mainly with relatives and friends, approximately 1.5 cubic feet (in 3 boxes). Her primary and college experiences are documented by her essays, plays, and speeches. There are also materials from high school graduation that she and Ernie shared, 1917. Also included is legal-sized published sheet Music, approximately .25 cubic feet (in 1 box) which Marci played or autographed.

Letters between Marci and Ernest in the collection are copies. There are facsimiles of letters from Marci to Ernest, 1923 and 1954 (re: his winning the Nobel Prize for literature, in Box 27). These are both quite affectionate. For copies of additional letters between them, see the Scope and Contents Note for Sterling’s series. Additional materials relating to Ernest in the form of exhibit catalog, movie programs, newspaper clippings (copies) are in the Materials of Extended Family and Friends (in Box 28).

The Mrs. S. S. Sanford section is so titled because that is how the vast majority of her correspondence were formally addressed and signed by her. The section includes 12 of the 17 boxes, and the oversized materials. The vast majority of the materials are correspondence, but there are also articles by and about Marci, Biographical Information, including her obituaries and photographs, Materials relating to her book “At the Hemingways”, Essays, Family Photographs, Music, Plays, Family Histories. Oversized materials includes: correspondence to Ernest, 1923 and 1954 (facsimiles), the 1954 re: the Nobel Prize, and sheet music. Materials of Extended Family and Friends consist mainly of correspondence, diaries, and obituaries of family members.

The correspondence to Marci from friends and family, mainly Hemingways, totals 2 cubic feet (4 boxes). Most of her correspondence to family and friends, is to Sterling, 1917- 1961 (Scattered), and undated, approximately 2 cubic feet (in 5 boxes). Marci wrote occasionally in response, mostly about her social activities. Again, her letters are very much like her mother’s.

Most of the correspondence with Ernest’s several ex-wives, current wife, and children is of a generic holiday greeting nature, except after Ernest death when Marci wrote to Hadley to inform her of his death and to Pauline trying to get copies of Ernie’s letters. All of these “Ernest family” correspondence are cordial, polite, and impersonal.

Marci also had fairly extensive correspondence with Ted Weeks of the Atlantic Monthly concerning her book, At the Hemingways. This included everything from rewrites, release dates, royalties, book signings, etc.

The letters between Sterling, Marci, and Grace discuss the health of Marci’s children and Sterling. As a baby, Carol did not gain weight. (Letter from Clarence to Marci, October 1923 in Box 5) and had mumps, July 1928). By the late 1920s it was clear Carol had asthma. Sterling also suffered terribly all his life from hay fever, which is noted in many letters. He had surgery before his wedding to try and eliminate or improve his condition.

Marci’s letters are very like her mother’s, full of social events, activities, names, responsibilities, with lots of “appropriate” advice, and vary in their level of emotionality. Grace and Marci’s letters chronicle their social activities, interests, and events, the health of Marci’s children, the financial situation of Grace, and Grace and Marci’s sometimes tumultuous relationship. Grace could write with a truly poisonous pen. The letters also note Grace’s deteriorating finances following Clarence’s unexpected death in December 1928. In a November 17, 1933 letter, Marci noted that Grace had broken a leg bone. Marci usually cared for Grace when her mother was ill or needed help, and Grace even asked for her. They obviously loved each other, but were not above stabbing each other verbally and emotionally in their letters. In 1928 Grace told Marci she planned to sell the house. However, the sale was delayed until December 1935. After the sale, Grace moved to Studio 551 Keystone Avenue, River Forest, Illinois. Other letters document that Grace suffered from migraines.

Regarding race, there is an interesting letter from Marci to Sterling dated July 4, 1943 (in Box 22) in which along with numerous other topics she discusses an evening on Walloon Lake when Lacy (Sergent) put a copy of Life with the Detroit riot picture on her lap. Marci noted that she “thought the whites had acted shamefully!” Lacy and his mother disagreed they “thought mob rule was the only way to “keep the niggers down and in their place – They said “Civil Rights” “fuey”[sic-phooey] Beat ‘em up and keep ‘em quiet. Ellen and Chet Naylan and I disagreed. Old lady Sergent says “throw ‘em off the buses”… when she noted some coloreds rented across the street last year, “Lacy and his Mother said they would have smashed their windows and made it so hot for those niggers they would have had to leave the street. Honestly, its no wonder that Lacy is such a fool in some ways with a Mother like his. She’s a vicious old gal when she gets started - at least conversationally. Well we parted friends but – I was ashamed of them both.”

Papers of Sterling S. Sanford: Sterling’s papers, 1861, 2006, and undated, total 9 cubic feet (in 18 boxes, Boxes #29-46) and consists of: Articles he wrote (approximately .5 cubic foot. in 1 box); Biographical Information (approximately .5 cubic foot in 2 boxes); Children’s books and materials, Correspondence from Sterling to Marcelline, 1917-1964 (Scattered), includes thank you notes sent re: condolences received re: death of Marci. 2 cubic feet (in 4 boxes); Other Correspondence from Sterling relates to genealogy research with friends and relatives, .5 cubic foot (in 1 box); Correspondence to Sterling is from friends and relatives, notably Carrie L. Dicken and Carol H. Sanford, his daughter, 1893-1987, 2 cubic feet (in 4 boxes); various materials documenting his experience at Mt. Clemens High School the University of Michigan; Family Histories, approximately 1 cubic foot (in 2 boxes). Sterling’s Materials of Extended Family and Friends include correspondence between Carrie E. Dot Skillman Sanford, Carrie L. Dicken, and Mrs. Phebe Skillman, as well as correspondence between Sterling and his children, approximately 2.5 cubic feet (in 5 boxes). Documenting his war service are 3 rolled photographs, all from 1918 (Box 46).

Also among the legal-size materials (in Box 42) there are copies of 17 letters from Ernest to Marci, 1916-1951 (scattered) that Sterling copied and distributed to his children in 1980 so they could judge the real relationship between the siblings themselves. These letters are quite affectionate, begin and end often with nicknames, discuss Ernie’s life, fishing, travels, friends, wives and children, include birthday and Christmas greetings, the announcement of John H. N. Hemingway’s birth. Ernest was quite concerned about her operation on May 120, 1921. A November 6, 1917 letter notes why Ernest wants to join the French army. On October 14, 1920 Ernest wrote “Remember that always Marcelline dear , that a brother’s love never dies. A brother may die it is true . In fact they die like flies . but their love . Never .” [The punctuation style is Ernest’s.] A second CONFIDENTIAL page discusses Ernest’s forthcoming publications; a 1921 letter begging her to come to his wedding to Hadley; a December 22, 1938 letter contains an apology for Ernest’s prior letter about Windemere cabin; and a June 1928 letter provides instructions about where to go, who to meet, and what to do in Paris.

Sterling’s letters are very much like those of Clarence Hemingway. They are often tender, emotional, and full of how much he (Clarence or Sterling) loves his female relative (Grace or Marci). Also, they often include health reports of the writer and children, and the weather. Sterling’s letters also included a list of jobs completed, such as fixing the car, picking up clothes from the Laundromat or helping the children with something. Both men noted taking children to movies, and the accomplishments and events in the lives of the children. Both men always reported on invitations they had received, news of family and friends, and relatives and friends with whom he visited or ate dinner while the wife was away. Sterling wrote on a variety of paper that was usually 8.5”x11,” while Clarence often wrote on green sheets were half that size. Both men clearly ended up with babysitting and housework responsibilities, which they did themselves or supervised staff doing, although they do not mention the help. A major example of this for Clarence was the inventorying, packing, and shipping of Marci’s wedding gifts.

Sterling wrote Marci constantly during their 1923 separation and future separations, professing his love and total commitment to her, noting that he was willing to do anything for her and that they could work any problems out. During their more difficult separations, Sterling really poured out his soul to her in his letters. It is very interesting that Sterling is very much in temperament on paper like Clarence, trying to avoid anger, willing to do anything for her.

Regarding race, there are several interesting tidbits in Sterling’s letters. In a letter dated September 3, 1942 (in Box 34) to Marci, Sterling notes how he was informed at a Sales Dept. meeting that Detroit Edison was going to employ colored elevator operators about mid-month. The reason was that the company could not keep operators and colored people are having difficulty finding work. This announcement was made in the hope that it “there will be no surprise or remarks which might embarrass the new employees. This happened at the Mich. Bell Tel. Co. bldg. when the change was made over there.” In a 1988 Oral History Tape (part of his Biographical Information), Sterling recalled a sole colored girl who attended his rural school and was shunned by her classmates even after her father discussed the situation with the terrified teacher. He also notes later in the tape that he and Marci left Detroit for Grosse Pointe when the neighborhood changed and was no longer desirable.

Periodicals: This subseries, 1.5 cubic feet in 3 boxes, is divided by size into letter-size (Boxes #47-48) and legal-size (Box #49) periodicals with articles by or about Ernest Hemingway and /or other members of the Hemingway family, as well as book reviews of books by Ernest, Leicester, and Marcelline Hemingway. Most of the periodicals are complete, a few are partial. Articles are organized by size, author, and then by title. Articles by Ernest include: (letter-size) 1934, 1939, 1957, 1965, and (legal-size) 1944, 1949, and 1954. Articles about Ernest include: (letter-size) 1937-1991 (Scattered), and (legal-size), 1941-1981 (Scattered). Grace Hall Hemingway’s obituary, 1951 is in a periodical. Leicester’s serialized “My brother, Ernest Hemingway” in Playboy, 1961-1962 (3 issues), and reviews of the book and his “the Sound of the trumpet”, 1962 and 1953, respectively are included. Also included are Marcelline’s book “At the Hemingways,” which was serialized in the Atlantic Monthly, 1961-1962 (3 issues), her “Theatre briefs”, 1952, 1962-January 1964, and articles about her, 1938, 1961-1963, and her obituary, 1963.

Additional Notes: COPYRIGHT: Copyright is owned by the donor who wishes to remain anonymous. Inquiries about copyright shall be directed to the Clarke's director.

Vocabulary: Here are some examples of vocabulary in the 1920s letters used among the Hemingway siblings: “Darbyest”: The party was the darbyest thing that ever ocured” [sic]. “…the boys got marbles (darby ones)” (Letter of Befish (Carol Hemingway) to Mazween, April 15, 1923. Dope” ex. “Do you know what the dope is on” person X? “Do you know the dope about” X? Vocabulary in the 1920s letters used among the siblings and Sterling: “Screed” (a letter, or t write, possible from ascribe) Ex. “I expect a screed from you soon.” “I’m too tired to screed you.” “Shangally” (Awesome? Amazing?) Ex. Marci describes a new red evening dress of hers as “Shangally.”

Folder notes within [] are not found on the material, but added from other source material within the collection to assist the researcher. Folder notes within () are included to avoid confusion and assist the researcher.

Variant Spellings: Variant Spellings are accurately reproduced from the originals to the Box and Folder Listing of this collection. Grace Hall Hemingway spelled her name a variety of ways over time, including: Mrs. Dr. Clarence Hemingway, Mrs. Clarence E. Hemingway, Grace Hemingway, Mrs. Grace E. Hall, Mrs. Grace Hall Hemingway, Mrs. Grace Hall-Hemingway, and Mrs. Grace Hemingway. Sometimes for fun events, “Hemingway” was spelled “Heminway”. Other words spelled various ways in the collection include “program” and “programme” and “artist” and “artiste”.

Processing Notes: Approximately three cubic feet of material was removed from the collection during processing and returned to the donors. The returned material included: duplicates, newspaper clippings or other extremely acidic items (which were copied and the copies were then added to the collection); empty envelopes, baggies, and folders; generic correspondence such as solicitations to buy magazines; empty picture frames; and artifacts such as buttons, handkerchiefs, etc. Additional materials were removed by the donors.

Subject Terms

    Subjects:
    • Hemingway family.
    • Hemingway, Grace H.
    • Sanford, Marcelline Hemingway,--1898-1963.
    • Sanford, Sterling S.
    • Hemingway, Ernest,--1899-1961.
    • Hemingway, Ernest,--1899-1961--Relations with women.
    • Hemingway, Ernest,--1899-1961--Interviews.
    • Hemingway, Ernest,--1899-1961--Exhibitions.
    • Hemingway, Ernest,--1899-1961--Correspondence.
    • Hemingway, Ernest,--1899-1961--Homes and haunts.
    • University of Michigan--Alumni and alumnae.
    • Authors, American--20th century.
    • Women correspondence.
    • Orphans--Michigan.
    • Bay View (Mich.)--History.
    • Detroit (Mich.)--History.
    • Walloon Lake (Mich.)--History.
    • Mount Clemens (Mich.)--History.
    • Oak Park (Ill.)--History.
    Contributors:
    • Hemingway, Ernest,--1899-1961.
    • Hemingway, Grace H.
    • Sanford, Marcelline Hemingway,--1898-1963.
    • Sanford, Sterling S.
    Contents List
       Container / Location    Title
     
    Hemingway Family Papers [series]:
    Box   1 F   1
    Hemingway, Dr. Clarence E., M.D., Article, “Sudden death that may come to a recently delivered mother,” Reprint from The Chicago Medical Recorder, October [1908]
    Box   1 F   2
    Hemingway, Dr. Clarence E., M.D., Biographical Information, Obituary (copy),  December 6, 1928
    Box   1 F   3
    Hemingway, Dr. Clarence E., M.D., Correspondence to Dr. Clarence Hemingway from: Barkley, Mrs. Wilbur, 1922
    Box   1 F   4
    Hemingway, Dr. Clarence E., M.D., Correspondence to Dr. Clarence Hemingway from: Chao Yu Luan (Evangelist at Western Valley village, China) Thank you (and typed Translation from the Chinese re: gift of folding organ), 1907
    Box   1 F   5
    Hemingway, Dr. Clarence E., M.D., Correspondence to Dr. Clarence Hemingway from: Grimm, George, RSVP to Invitation from Dr. / Mrs. Hemingway, 1915
    Box   1 F   6
    Hemingway, Dr. Clarence E., M.D., Correspondence to Dr. Clarence Hemingway from: Hemingway, Ernest (Facsimilie of "A Short Note From Paris"), 1925
    Box   1 F   7
    Hemingway, Dr. Clarence E., M.D., Correspondence to Dr. Clarence Hemingway from: Hemingway, Mr. / Mrs. Anson T., RSVP to Invitation from Dr. / Mrs. Hemingway, 1922
    Box   1 F   8
    Hemingway, Dr. Clarence E., M.D., Correspondence from Dr. Clarence Hemingway to: Hall, Grace, January 1, 2, and 23, 1896
    Box   1 F   9
    Hemingway, Dr. Clarence E., M.D., Correspondence from Dr. Clarence Hemingway to: Hemingway, Grace Hall, 1900, 1908, 1918
    Box   1 F   10
    Hemingway, Dr. Clarence E., M.D., Correspondence from Dr. Clarence Hemingway to: Hemingway, Marcelline, 1915
    Box   1 F   11
    Hemingway, Dr. Clarence E., M.D., Correspondence from Dr. Clarence Hemingway to: Hemingway, Marcelline, (with negatives (42), January 15, 1917
    Box   1 F   12
    Hemingway, Dr. Clarence E., M.D., Correspondence from Dr. Clarence Hemingway to: Hemingway, Marcelline, 1919
    Box   1 F   13
    Hemingway, Dr. Clarence E., M.D., Correspondence from Dr. Clarence Hemingway to: Hemingway, Marcelline, 1920
    Box   1 F   14
    Hemingway, Dr. Clarence E., M.D., Correspondence from Dr. Clarence Hemingway to: Hemingway, Marcelline, 1921
    Box   1 F   15
    Hemingway, Dr. Clarence E., M.D., Correspondence from Dr. Clarence Hemingway to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), 1923
    Box   1 F   16
    Hemingway, Dr. Clarence E., M.D., Correspondence from Dr. Clarence Hemingway to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. ( to Marcelline and Sterling), 1924
    Box   1 F   17
    Hemingway, Dr. Clarence E., M.D., Correspondence from Dr. Clarence Hemingway to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. ( to Marcelline, Sterling, and Carol), 1925
    Box   1 F   18
    Hemingway, Dr. Clarence E., M.D., Correspondence from Dr. Clarence Hemingway to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. ( to Marcelline, Sterling, and Carol), 1926
    Box   1 F   19
    Hemingway, Dr. Clarence E., M.D., Correspondence from Dr. Clarence Hemingway to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. ( to Marcelline, Sterling, and Carol), 1927
    Box   1 F   20
    Hemingway, Dr. Clarence E., M.D., Correspondence from Dr. Clarence Hemingway to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. ( to Marcelline, Sterling, and Carol), 1928
    Box   1 F   21
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hemingway (Dr. Hemingway's sister) to: "Dearest Folks" [Dr. and Mrs. Berton] (Grace was in China), May 1915
    Box   2 F   1
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Acceptance Letter, Art Institute of Chicago’s 31st Annual Exhibition by Artists of Chicago and Vicinity, 1927
    Box   2 F   2
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Article (Manuscript) “Heritage” (Miller/Hall Families History, 28 pp.), July 1939
    Box   2 F   3
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Biographical Information, Census records, 1900-1930 [and family] (copies), 2006
    Box   2 F   4
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Biographical Information, Death Certificate; Obituaries (copies), 1951
    Box   2 F   5
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Biographical Information, "My Creed", undated
    Box   2 F   6
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Biographical Information, Newspaper Clippings (copies, some originals), 19th century
    Box   2 F   7
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Biographical Information, Newspaper Clippings (copies), 1903-1908
    Box   2 F   8
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Biographical Information, Newspaper Clippings (copies), 1910-1919
    Box   2 F   9
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Biographical Information, Newspaper Clippings (copies), 1920s
    Box   2 F   10
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Biographical Information, Newspaper Clippings (copies), 1930s
    Box   2 F   11
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Biographical Information, Newspaper Clippings (copies), 1940s
    Box   2 F   12
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Biographical Information, Newspaper Clippings (copies), 1997
    Box   2 F   13
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Biographical Information, Newspaper Clippings (mostly copies, has month and/or day but no year), undated
    Box   2 F   14
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Biographical Information, Newspaper Clippings (copies), undated
    Box   2 F   15
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence to Grace Hall Hemingway from: Alexander, Blanche, 1949
    Box   2 F   16
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence to Grace Hall Hemingway from: Coulter, Mrs. Kennedy (Sheila), 1941, December 7 and 10
    Box   2 F   17
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence to Grace Hall Hemingway from: Denman, Lord Hersy, Condolence, 1928-1929
    Box   2 F   17
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence to Grace Hall Hemingway from: Denman, Lord Hersy, Condolence, 1928-1929
    Box   2 F   18
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence to Grace Hall Hemingway from: Denman, Lord Hersy, Condolence, 1928-1929
    Box   2 F   19
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence to Grace Hall Hemingway from: Gilson, Jr., Arthur Scott, 1923
    Box   2 F   19
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence to Grace Hall Hemingway from: Hanson, Wayne and Gertrude, 1936
    Box   2 F   20
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence to Grace Hall Hemingway from: Hemingway, Isabel, 1943
    Box   2 F   21
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence to Grace Hall Hemingway from: Hemingway, Jacob Edmonds, Christmas Card, 1948
    Box   2 F   22
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence to Grace Hall Hemingway from: Hemingway, Leicester (1915-1982), 1941, 1948-1949
    Box   2 F   23
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence to Grace Hall Hemingway from: Hemingway, Mary W. (Williams), 1948-1949
    Box   2 F   24
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence to Grace Hall Hemingway from: Hemingway, Patricia S. "Patsy" (includes obituary of Arabell Hemingway Shepard), 1948-1949, 1963
    Box   2 F   25
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence to Grace Hall Hemingway from: Hemingway, Patrick, Christmas Card, 1945
    Box   2 F   26
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence to Grace Hall Hemingway from: Home, Bill, re: subbing for Ernie at Marcelline's wedding, [1923]
    Box   2 F   27
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence to Grace Hall Hemingway from: Jepson, Mrs. J. J. (Ursula), 1948-1949
    Box   2 F   28
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence to Grace Hall Hemingway from: Livingston, Chester and Grace, co-addressed to Mr./Mrs. Kenneth Mainland and Ernest H. Mainland, 1948
    Box   2 F   29
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence to Grace Hall Hemingway from: Schnack, Gayle (Jepson) and Harold, 1948
    Box   2 F   30
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence to Grace Hall Hemingway from: Thomforde, Winnie (Hemingway), Phillip, Baby Announcement, 1949
    Box   2 F   31
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence to Grace Hall Hemingway from: Williams, Mark, to "Dear Children," 1919
    Box   2 F   32
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence to Grace Hall Hemingway from: Williams, Mary E. (Grace's sister), 1900, 1948
    Box   2 F   33
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence to Grace Hall Hemingway from: [no surname], Elizabeth, 1948
    Box   3 F   1
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hall Hemingway to: Hemingway, Carol, 1925
    Box   3 F   2
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hall Hemingway to: Hemingway, Clarence E., 1900
    Box   3 F   3
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hall Hemingway to: Hemingway, Marcelline, August 29, 1905; September 1, 1914; August 13, 1915
    Box   3 F   4
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hall Hemingway to: Hemingway, Marcelline, 1917
    Box   3 F   5
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hall Hemingway to: Hemingway, Marcelline, July 28, September 7, October 22, 1918; August 29, 1919
    Box   3 F   6
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hall Hemingway to: Hemingway, Marcelline, 1920
    Box   3 F   7
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hall Hemingway to: Hemingway, Marcelline, 1921
    Box   3 F   8
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hall Hemingway to: Hemingway, Marcelline, 1922
    Box   3 F   9
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hall Hemingway to: Sanford, Carol H., 1927
    Box   3 F   10
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hall Hemingway to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), 1923, January
    Box   3 F   11
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hall Hemingway to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), 1923, February
    Box   3 F   12
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hall Hemingway to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), 1923, March
    Box   3 F   13
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hall Hemingway to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), 1923, April
    Box   3 F   14
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hall Hemingway to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), 1923, May
    Box   3 F   15
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hall Hemingway to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), 1923, June-July
    Box   3 F   16
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hall Hemingway to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), 1923, August-September
    Box   3 F   17
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hall Hemingway to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), 1923, October-December
    Box   4 F   1
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hall Hemingway to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), 1924, January-February
    Box   4 F   2
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hall Hemingway to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), 1924, March-April
    Box   4 F   1
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hall Hemingway to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), 1924, January-February
    Box   4 F   2
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hall Hemingway to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), 1924, March-April
    Box   4 F   3
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hall Hemingway to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), 1924, May
    Box   4 F   4
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hall Hemingway to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), 1924, June
    Box   4 F   5
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hall Hemingway to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), 1924, August-October
    Box   4 F   6
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hall Hemingway to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), 1924, November-December
    Box   4 F   7
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hall Hemingway to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), 1925, January-March
    Box   4 F   8
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hall Hemingway to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), 1925, May-June
    Box   4 F   9
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hall Hemingway to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), 1925, July-September
    Box   4 F   10
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hall Hemingway to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), 1925, October-December
    Box   4 F   11
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hall Hemingway to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), [1925-1928?], August 22
    Box   4 F   12
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hall Hemingway to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), 1926, January-March
    Box   4 F   13
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hall Hemingway to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), 1926, April
    Box   4 F   14
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hall Hemingway to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), 1926, July, September
    Box   4 F   15
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hall Hemingway to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), 1926, October, December
    Box   4 F   16
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hall Hemingway to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), 1927, January, March-June
    Box   4 F   17
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hall Hemingway to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), 1927, July-December
    Box   5 F   1
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hall Hemingway to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), 1928, January-April, June-August, October-November
    Box   5 F   2
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hall Hemingway to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), 1929
    Box   5 F   3
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hall Hemingway to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), 1930
    Box   5 F   4
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hall Hemingway to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), 1931
    Box   5 F   5
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hall Hemingway to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), 1932
    Box   6 F   1
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hall Hemingway to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), 1933
    Box   6 F   2
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hall Hemingway to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), 1934
    Box   6 F   3
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hall Hemingway to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), 1935
    Box   6 F   4
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hall Hemingway to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), 1936
    Box   6 F   5
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hall Hemingway to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), 1937
    Box   6 F   6
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hall Hemingway to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), 1938
    Box   6 F   7
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hall Hemingway to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), 1939
    Box   6 F   8
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hall Hemingway to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), 1940-1943
    Box   6 F   9
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hall Hemingway to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), 1944-1945
    Box   6 F   10
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hall Hemingway to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), 1946-1947
    Box   6 F   11
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hall Hemingway to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), 1949
    Box   6 F   12
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hall Hemingway to: Sanford, Sterling S., 1919-1921, 1927
    Box   6 F   13
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hall Hemingway to: Sanford, Sterling S., 1934, 1936
    Box   6 F   14
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Correspondence from Grace Hall Hemingway to: Sanford, Sterling S., 1941-1945, 1947, 1949
    Box   7 F   1
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Essay, Driver's License, Calif., 1935
    Box   7 F   2
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Essay, “(The) Young Italian: selection from “Tales of a traveler,” Washington Irving, October 1890
    Box   7 F   3
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Exhibit Catalogs, (The) All-Illinois Society of the Fine Arts, Inc., 1929-1930, 1935
    Box   7 F   4
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Exhibit Catalogs, Almco Galleries, All-Illinois Society of the Fine Arts, Inc., Grace Hall Hemingway and Frank F. Farkas, November 9-23, 19-- [1918?]
    Box   7 F   5
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Exhibit Catalogs, Art Exhibition, Woman’s International Exposition, October 14-19, 1929
    Box   7 F   6
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Exhibit Catalogs, Art Gallery, Woman's World's Fair, 1927
    Box   7 F   7
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Exhibit Catalogs, Austin, Oak Park and RIver Forest Art League, 1927, 1929, 1938, and undated (7)
    Box   7 F   8
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Exhibit Catalogs, Catalogue of the 31st Annual Exhibition by Artists of Chicago and Vicinity of the Art Institute of Chicago, February 3-March 8, 1927
    Box   7 F   9
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Exhibit Catalogs, Catalogue of the First National Exhibition Society for Sanity in Art, Inc., May 30, 1939
    Box   7 F   10
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Exhibit Catalogs, Chicago No-Jury Society of Artists (2 v.), 1926-1927
    Box   7 F   11
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Exhibit Catalogs, Chicago Society of Artists, 1927, 1929
    Box   7 F   12
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Exhibit Catalogs, Exhibition of Lanscapes, Oak Park, October 1-2, 19--
    Box   7 F   13
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Exhibit Catalogs, (An) Exhibition of Paintings by Grace Hall Hemingway and Frank F. Farkas, November 9-23, 1918
    Box   7 F   14
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Exhibit Catalogs, River Forest Centennial Exhibition..., June 3-6, 1936
    Box   7 F   15
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Exhibit Catalogs, Studio Tea and Exhibition of Western Landscapes, Oak Park, September 21-23, 1928
    Box   7 F   16
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Exhibit Catalogs, West End Woman’s Club Annual Art Exhibition, December 6, 1935-January 9, 1936
    Box   7 F   17
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Exhibit Catalogs, Wheaton College Art Exhibition by Artists of Chicago and Vicinity, undated
    Box   7 F   18
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Exhibit and Price Tags (3) [one is very acidic], undated
    Box   7 F   19
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Exhibit Tags (7), undated
    Box   7 F   20
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Family History Notes, 1940
    Box   7 F   21
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Family Photographs, Carol, Ernest, Leicester, Clarence Hemingway, 1919; all six Hemingway Siblings, 1915; Carol and Ernest Hemingway at Grace Cottage, 1919, 1915, 1919
    Box   7 F   22
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Family Photographs, The Gardner Children: Jake, Peter, Paul, Linda, Mark, 1949
    Box   7 F   23
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Family Photographs, Grace Cottage, Survey Notes, List of Improvements, 1931
    Box   7 F   24
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Family Photographs, “Hemingway’s Painting Legacy: Grace’s Paintings,” by John E. Sanford, January 6, 2000
    Box   7 F   25
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, House Plans and Interiors, 600 N. Kenilworth Avenue, Oak Park, undated
    Box   7 F   26
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Invitations, Invitation to a Pupil’s Recital, November 22, 1901
    Box   7 F   27
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Invitations, Invitation to the Annual Dinner of the Art Institute of Chicago, February 2, 1927
    Box   7 F   28
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Invitations, Invitation to the Annual Meeting of the Society for Sanity in Art, April 26, 19--
    Box   7 F   29
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Invitations, Longfield Farm, Costs and Value, 1913
    Box   7 F   30
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Memorabilia, Business Cards (5), undated
    Box   7 F   31
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Memorabilia, New Year's Eve, at the Hemingway's (Table Favors), 1915-1916
    Box   7 F   32
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Memorabilia, “Prize Painting Book : Good Times, Pictures by Dora Wheeler,” 1881 [signed “Grace Hall from Papa, Christmas, 1881”], 1881
    Box   7 F   33
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Memorabilia, “Sea Gem’s Art Book” (Mixed media, poems, pressed botanical prints in box, all created by Grace Hall), 1895
    Box   7 F   34
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Miscellaneous, Contents (index) for Viewpoints (Lists two poems by Clara Edmunds Hemingway, ripped), July 1926
    Box   8 F   1
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Music, “Think on me dong,” by Alicia Ann Scott, Arranged by Carol Perrenot (autographed by Grace Hall Hemingway), 1939
    Box   8 F   2
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Paintings (6, Black and white reproductions), undated
    Box   8 F   3
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Petition for Admission of Will to Probate, 1951
    Box   8 F   4
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Poem, "If no one ever marries me," written on Mrs. Clarence E. Hemingway's Calling Card, undated [after 1896]
    Box   8 F   5
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Programs, Almco Galleries…under the auspices of the All-Illinois Society…, November 9th-23rd, 19--
    Box   8 F   6
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Programs, (the) Aux Plaines Branch of the Chicago Medical Society Eleventh Annual Banquet (Lists Mrs. Grace Hall Hemingway, soloist; C.E. Hemingway, Reception Committee member), December, 12, 1912
    Box   8 F   7
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Programs, “Cantata: The Daughter of Jairus” (Lists Mrs. Ernest Hall, Miss Grace Hall, sopranos), March 5, 1889
    Box   8 F   9
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Programs, Children’s Day, Third Congregational Church, Oak Park (Lists Margaret, Ursula, Sunny and George R. Hemingway), June 11, 1911
    Box   8 F   10
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Programs, Christmas Entertainment at the Scoville Institute (Lists Mrs. Grace Hall- Hemingway, soloist), December 25th, [no year]
    Box   8 F   11
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Programs, Concert by the Choir and Orchestra of the Forest Avenue Congregational Church, Oak Park (Illinois, Lists Leicester C. Hall, Mrs. Clarence E. Hemingway, Soloists), December 8th, 1896
    Box   8 F   12
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Programs, Concert Given by the Beethoven Trio, January 17, 1907
    Box   8 F   13
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Programs, Euclid Avenue Opera House, Cleveland, Featuring Sarah Bernhardt and Company, November 12-17, 1917
    Box   8 F   14
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Programs, Dinner in Honor of Dr. and Mrs. William E. Barton…25th Anniversary (Lists Grace Hemingway, Music), March 12, 1924
    Box   8 F   15
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Programs, First Congregational Church, Oak Park (Illinois), 60th Anniversary, 1896- 1923 (Lists Grace, Carol, and Mrs. A.T. Hemingway), 1923
    Box   8 F   16
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Programs, Free Concert, First Congregational Choral Union (Lists Miss Grace E. Hall, Soloist), December 13, 1894
    Box   8 F   17
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Programs, Girls’ Club of Harlem (Photocopies, Lists Mrs. Dr. Clarence Hemingway, Contralto in 1898), October 4, [1898], March 1, 1899
    Box   8 F   18
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Programs, (An) Illustrated Song Recital, given by Pupils of Mrs. Grace Hall-Hemingway, April 27 and May 4, 1905
    Box   8 F   19
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Programs, May Festival Concert of the Oak Park Choral Society (Lists Mrs. Grace Hall Hemingway, Conductor), May 7th, 1897
    Box   8 F   20
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Programs, “(the) Messiah” Chorus and Orchestra, given by the Oak Park Choral Society… (Lists Leicester C. Hall, Mrs. Grace Hall Hemingway, tenor and contralto), December 19, 1896
    Box   8 F   21
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Programs, Monthly Entertainment of the Caledonian Society Programme, December 14, 1883
    Box   8 F   22
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Programs, Monthly Pupils’ Recital [Programs], 1907-1909
    Box   8 F   23
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Programs, Musical Evening, Programme (Lists Residence of Mrs. Ernest Hall, Miss Grace Hall, vocalist), May 13th, 1892
    Box   8 F   24
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Programs, Nakama Club [Program] (given by Mrs. Grace Hall-Hemingway), March 21, 1912
    Box   8 F   25
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Programs, Nineteenth Century Club Musicale, January 24th, 1910
    Box   8 F   26
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Programs, Oberlin College Alumni Assn. of Illinois [Menu/Program] (Lists Dame Amelia S. G. Hemingway), undated [after 1889]
    Box   8 F   27
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Programs, Olde Folkes Concerte…First Congregational Church…, November 23, 1906
    Box   8 F   28
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Programs, Pagent of the Awakening Spring…followed by ye Olde Folks Concert (Lists Carol, Marcelline, Grace, and Madelaine Hemingway), May 26, 1922
    Box   8 F   29
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Programs, Palm Sunday, Hemenway Methodist Episcopal Church, Evanston (Ilinois Service Bulletin, March 24, 29, 31 (Lists Mrs. Grace Hall-Hemingway, soloist, on March 29), March 24, 19—
    Box   8 F   30
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Programs, Library Hall, Harlem (Lists Mrs. Florence Hall-Clague, Mrs. Grace Hall-Hemingway vocals), October 4th, 1898
    Box   9 F   1
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Programs, Program [Unidentified event] (Lists Mrs. Grace Hall Hemingway, accompanist), April 20, 1906
    Box   9 F   2
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Programs, Programme of Entertainment in Aid of the Seaman’s Orphanage (Lists Miss Grace Ernestine Hall, song), June 18, 1896
    Box   9 F   3
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Programs, Programme [Unidentified event] (Lists [Mrs.] Grace Hall Hemingway, Solist), undated
    Box   9 F   4
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Programs, River Forest Tennis Club, The Night-Blooming Serious, A Spasm of the Sub-conscious Mind, Program (Lists Marcelline and Grace Hemingway), October 8th, 1921
    Box   9 F   5
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Programs, Rose Recital… Songs of Roses, by Mrs. Grace Hall-Hemingway, undated
    Box   9 F   6
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Programs, Rubinstein Club, Second Private Concert (Lists Mrs. G. R. Hall, Miss Grace Hall), April 14, 1898
    Box   9 F   7
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Programs, Selections from Handel’s “Messiah”…by the Chorus and Orchestra of the Forest Avenue Congregational Church (Lists Mr. Hall, Mrs. Clarence E. Hemingway, director), December 8, 1896
    Box   9 F   8
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Programs, 72nd Anniversary of Odd Fellowship, Cicero Lodge No. 217 I.O.O.F. (Lists Mrs. E. Hall), Ap’l 24, [18]’91
    Box   9 F   9
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Programs, Song Recital [Program] (Lists Miss Grace Ernestine Hall, Soloist), May 9, 1895
    Box   9 F   10
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Programs, Song Recital [Program] (Lists Mr. Leicester Campbell Hall), June 28th, 1897
    Box   9 F   11
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Programs, Song Recital [Program] (Lists Mrs. Grace Hall-Hemingway, Soloist), May 24th 1901
    Box   9 F   12
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Programs, Song Recital [Program] (Lists Miss Florence Hall-Clague, Pianist; Grace Hall-Hemingway, Composer), December 15, 1903
    Box   9 F   13
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Programs, [Song Recital Program] by Mrs.Grace Hall-Hemingway, October 21, 1910
    Box   9 F   14
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Programs, Song Recital [Program], May 16, 1912
    Box   9 F   15
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Programs, Song Recital [Program] (Lists Marcelline Hemingway, soprano, Mrs. Grace Hall Hemingway at the piano), November 15, 1915
    Box   9 F   16
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Programs, Song Recital [Program] (Lists Mrs. Grace Hall Hemingway at the piano), May 31st, 1919
    Box   9 F   17
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Programs, Song Recital [Program] (Lists Mrs. Grace Hall Hemingway at the piano, Madelaine Hemingway, accompanist), May 24th, 1930
    Box   9 F   18
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Programs, Song Recital [Program] (Lists Mrs. Hemingway at the piano, Madelaine Hemingway, harpist), April 1, 1937
    Box   9 F   19
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Programs, Song Recital [Program] (Mrs. Grace Hall Hemingway invites you...), June 23, 1945
    Box   9 F   20
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Programs, Song Recitals...Mrs. Grace Hall-Hemingway at the Piano, October 3 and 9, 1922
    Box   9 F   21
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Programs, Special Program with Grace Hall Hemingway, Artiste, "Harmony in tone and color," undated
    Box   9 F   22
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Programs, (the)Theatre Arts Club of Detroit, May 24, 1938
    Box   9 F   23
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Programs, Tuesday Musicale (Lists Duet, Mrs. Ernestine Hall, Miss Hall), January 23d, 1894
    Box   9 F   24
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Programs, University [of Michigan] Musical Society...presents Enrico Caruso, October 19, 1918
    Box   9 F   25
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Programs, Vocal Recital...pupils of Grace Ernestine Hall, Scoville Institute, July 2, 1895
    Box   9 F   26
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Publications, Artistry: a Magazine Devoted to the Muses, v. III, No. 2 (2 c.), Biographical sketch and photograph of Grace, pp.2, 11), April 1937
    Box   9 F   27
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Publications, Olivet Writers’ Conference (Brief biography of Grace on p. 6, 2 c.), July 18-31, 1937
    Box   9 F   28
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Publications, “Tales of Old Nantucket: illustrated with paintings,” Typed Copy with Correspondence, Notes to James Sanford, 1998-1999
    Box   9 F   29
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Publications, “When heaven speaks to earth,” Clear Horizons, v. 1, No. 4, (3 c.), March 1941
    Box   9 F   30
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Publications (Manuscripts), “(The) Celebrated sheep shearing of Nantucket” (2 p.), undated
    Box   9 F   31
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Publications (Manuscripts), “During the summer of 1889…” (7 p.), undated
    Box   9 F   32
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Publications (Manuscripts), “Music in America” (11 p.); “Music in England and America during the 19th century” (24 pp.), undated
    Box   9 F   33
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Publications (Manuscripts), "My next story is of Keziah Folger” (16 p.), undated
    Box   9 F   34
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Publications (Manuscripts), “(The) New begins” (4 p.), undated
    Box   9 F   35
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Publications (Manuscripts), “One of a row” (2 p.); “(A) Stormy night off the west coast of Britton” (5 pp.), undated
    Box   9 F   36
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Publications (Manuscripts), “Picture of humane house” (5 p.), undated
    Box   9 F   37
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Publications (Manuscripts), “Respecting the valley or gulley that leads from the lily pond” (2 p.), undated
    Box   9 F   38
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Receipts (blank) for Lessons, Music, Manuscripts (4), undated
    Box   9 F   39
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Report of the 15th Annual Meeting of the Illinois Congress of Mothers (6 p.), Grace Hall Hemingway, Delegate, undated
    Box   9 F   40
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Service Bulletins of the First Congregational Church, Oak Park, for the: Baptism of Carol Sanford, May 10, 1925
    Box   9 F   41
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Service Bulletins of the First Congregational Church, Oak Park, for the: Photographs, articles re: Dr. Willoughby A. Hemingway, May 9, 1920, June 5, 1926
    Box   9 F   42
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Service Bulletins of the First Congregational Church, Oak Park, for the: Roll of Honor (Lists Ernest Hemingway), June 20, 1918
    Box   9 F   42
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Sketch notes for 'Dusty pink, hazy desert' (copy), undated
    Box   9 F   43
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Sketches (Pencil, 11), undated
    Box   9 F   44
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Speech Notes, pp. 2-4, 12, 14-17, undated
    Box   9 F   46
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Speech Notes on the Theory of the Relations of Color to Notes in Music (Transcribed by Ernest H. Mainland), circa 1995
    Box   9 F   47
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Travel Journal of a Trip to New Orleans, Louisiana, March 21-28, 1918; Grace Cottage Construction and Furnishings Accounts, June 1918; Inscribed on inside, back cover – “May 16, 1919, Ernest left, the saddest day of all my life.”, 1918-1919
    Box   10 F   1
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Legal-size papers, Estate Inventory, State of Illinois, Cook County, 1952
    Box   10 F   2
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Legal-size papers, Music, “Because I love you, dear song,” words by W. H. Stanton, Music by C. B. Hawley (Stamped Grace Hall-Hemingway), 1894
    Box   10 F   3
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Legal-size papers, Music, “Early spring song,” Words and Music by Grace Hall-Hemingway, (3 pp. and photocopy), undated
    Box   10 F   4
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Legal-size papers, Music, [Song compositions, Grace Hall Hemingway] “God laid me aside to rest Me,” Cover, pp.3-4 only (and photocopy), 1902
    Box   10 F   5
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Legal-size papers, Music, “I’ll sing thee songs of Araby” (Autographed by Grace Hall Hemingway), 3 p. (and photocopies), undated
    Box   10 F   6
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Legal-size papers, Music, [Vocal and Instrumental Music from]…”In Ireland” –“By the old oak tree” (1 p.), 1904; “When I rode on the choo choo cars” (3 p.), 1905, 1904-1905
    Box   10 F   7
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Legal-size papers, Music, “(The) Lost chord,” words by Adelaide A. Proctor, Music by Arthur Sullivan (7 p., Autographed by Grace Hall Hemingway), 1905
    Box   10 F   8
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Legal-size papers, Music, “Lovely Walloona”, Words and Music by Grace Hall-Hemingway, (4 p., tattered, and photocopy), 1901
    Box   10 F   9
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Legal-size papers, Music, Norwegian bridal procession,” by Grieg (1 p.)/ Recitation Questions re: Greig (on back), undated
    Box   10 F   10
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Legal-size papers, Music, Oriole song,” Words and Music by Grace Hall-Hemingway (6 p. and photocopy), undated
    Box   10 F   11
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Legal-size papers, Music, “Serenade” by Grace Hall-Hemingway, copied by her pupil Dorothy Maddock (4 p. and photocopy), 1963
    Box   11 F   1
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Bailey, John, Correspondence to Hancock, B. L.,  1876
    Box   11 F   2
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Edmunds-Hemingway, Clara, Poem “(A) Gentlewoman,” published in Artistry, May 1940
    Box   11 F   3
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Hall, Ernest (1840-1905), Correspondence to Hancock, Caroline, 18-- [before November 6, 1865]
    Box   11 F   4
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Hall, L.A. “Lou”[ise?], Correspondence to Sanford, Mr./Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline and Sterling), 1936, 1942
    Box   11 F   5
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Hall, Leicester, Correspondence to Hall, Ernest,  July 25, 1900
    Box   11 F   6
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Hall, Leicester, Correspondence to Hall, Ernest, "My dear father" (re: Queen Victoria's death and King Edward VII), January 30, 1901
    Box   11 F   7
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Hall, Leicester, Correspondence to Hall, Mrs. E. (Caroline), Invitation to her Home (re: Ladies Aid Assn. of St. Paul’s Methodist Episcopal Church), 1879
    Box   11 F   8
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Hall, Leicester, Correspondence to Hall, Mrs. E. "Carrie" (Caroline), Correspondence to "My Dear Mamma," 1889
    Box   11 F   9
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Hancock, Robert, Correspondence to Hemingway, Grace Hall, May 16, [no year]
    Box   11 F   10
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Hatch, Anginette (Hemingway), Funeral Card (She lived October 1, 1903-January 3, 1966), 1966
    Box   11 F   11
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Hemingway, Mary Williams, Correspondence to her Parents re: her son, Stephen’s death in China (copy), 1917
    Box   11 F   12
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Hemingway, Anginette (Hemingway) (Mrs. Frank B., Clarence Hemingway’s sister), Correspondence to Hemingway, Carol, “Dear Ones,” 1925
    Box   11 F   13
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Hemingway, Anginette (Hemingway) (Mrs. Frank B., Clarence Hemingway’s sister), Correspondence to Hemingway, Carol, “Dear Ones,” 1925
    Box   11 F   14
    Hemingway, Grace Hall, Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Smith, Mary, Correspondence to Edmonds, Adelaide (copy, re: impending marriage to Anson T. Hemingway), August 27, 1876
    Box   12 F   1
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Art Book, “Cinderella Up to Date,”  1910
    Box   12 F   2
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Article, “In a study hall,” Tabula (photocopy), undated
    Box   12 F   3
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Biographical Information, Account Book; Diary, September 16- December 16, 1918; August 13-18, 1918
    Box   12 F   4
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Biographical Information, Application for Membership in Children of the American Revolution, 1914
    Box   12 F   5
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Biographical Information, Birth Certificates (one original, 1898; 3 copies, 1928); Delayed Birth Certificate, 1958, 1898, 1928, 1958
    Box   12 F   6
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Biographical Information, Congregational Training School for Women (CTSW, Chicago), Commencement Exercises Program (2), 1919; Article on School and Photograph of 1919 graduates in Chicago Theological Seminary’s Register, v. IX, no. 2, June 1919
    Box   12 F   7
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Biographical Information, Diary, March 7-June 2, 1919
    Box   12 F   8
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Biographical Information, Namecards (one business and two calling cards) (Director Young People’s Work. S. Congregational Church), two cards have notes to Sterling, Easter and Christmas, 1922
    Box   12 F   9
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Biographical Information, Photographs, 1899, 1917, [1920s?]
    Box   12 F   10
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Biographical Information, Religious Autobiography (C.T.S.W.), 1919
    Box   12 F   11
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Biographical Information, Wedding Gifts, Inventory, 1923
    Box   12 F   12
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Biographical Information, Wedding Invitation (Hers and Sterling's), January 2, 1923
    Box   12 F   13
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Biographical Information, Wedding Journal (Includes January 2, 1923 Marriage Certificate and February 1923 issue of the Detroit Edison Synchroscope), 1923
    Box   12 F   14
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Birthday Wish List, 1914
    Box   13 F   1
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence to Marcelline Hemingway from: Anderson, Sam[uel] W., 1922, 1961
    Box   13 F   2
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence to Marcelline Hemingway from: Arnold, R. B. with Negatives (2), 1918
    Box   13 F   3
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence to Marcelline Hemingway from: Brett, Mrs. James K. (Aunt), 1918-1919
    Box   13 F   4
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence to Marcelline Hemingway from: Bruegger, Ernie K., 1919
    Box   13 F   5
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence to Marcelline Hemingway from: Cherrie, Grandma, Birthday Cards, 1918-1919
    Box   13 F   6
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence to Marcelline Hemingway from: Edgar, Carl, 1922
    Box   13 F   7
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence to Marcelline Hemingway from: Gould, Florence (See: Livingston, Mrs. Edward P.), 1917, 1928
    Box   13 F   8
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence to Marcelline Hemingway from: Gregory, Ruth, 1917, 1924
    Box   13 F   9
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence to Marcelline Hemingway from: Hall, Leicester C. (Uncle), 1920
    Box   13 F   10
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence to Marcelline Hemingway from: Heebner, Flora K. (in China), 1912-1913
    Box   13 F   11
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence to Marcelline Hemingway from: Hemingway, Mr./Mrs. Anson T. (Grandparents), 1914, 1921, and Birthday card, undated, 1914, 1921, and undated
    Box   13 F   12
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence to Marcelline Hemingway from: Hemingway, Ursula, 1917
    Box   13 F   13
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence to Marcelline Hemingway from: Hemingway, Ursula, 1920
    Box   13 F   14
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence to Marcelline Hemingway from: Hines, Laura, 1920
    Box   13 F   15
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence to Marcelline Hemingway from: Hopkins, Charles H., 1919
    Box   13 F   16
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence to Marcelline Hemingway from: Hutchinson, William G., 1917-1919
    Box   13 F   17
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence to Marcelline Hemingway from: "Me" [718 Linden Ave., Oak Park], 1917
    Box   13 F   18
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence to Marcelline Hemingway from: Meechan, R. "Bobbie," 1917, 1951, 1961
    Box   13 F   19
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence to Marcelline Hemingway from: Oglgen, Ray, 1917
    Box   13 F   20
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence to Marcelline Hemingway from: Peck, Mrs. W. H., Souvenir Postcards (Calif.), 1919, and undated
    Box   13 F   21
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence to Marcelline Hemingway from: Schauffer, Lawrence H., 1921
    Box   13 F   22
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence to Marcelline Hemingway from: [Speelum], Laila, 1917, 1919
    Box   13 F   23
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence to Marcelline Hemingway from: [Sweeney, Fred W. Invitations (Postcards) to Hemingway, Ernest and Marcelline, 1911
    Box   13 F   23
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence to Marcelline Hemingway from: [Sweeney, Fred W. Invitations (Postcards) to Hemingway, Ernest and Marcelline, 1911
    Box   13 F   24
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence to Marcelline Hemingway from: [no surname], K. [Walthour, Kitty? Kitty Walthour was Marci’s closest NWU pal. Kitty’s mother died after January 1923.], undated
    Box   13 F   25
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence to Marcelline Hemingway from: Whipple, Elizabeth “Libby,” 1919
    Box   13 F   26
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence to Marcelline Hemingway from: [no surname], Carrie (friend), 1917
    Box   13 F   27
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence to Marcelline Hemingway from: [no surname], Emily, 1917
    Box   13 F   28
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence to Marcelline Hemingway from: [no surname], Ernest (cousin), 1919
    Box   13 F   29
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence to Marcelline Hemingway from: [no surname], Grace (friend), 1912
    Box   13 F   30
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence to Marcelline Hemingway from: [no surname], Harriet, 1917
    Box   13 F   31
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence to Marcelline Hemingway from: [no surname], "sir James" to "Lady Marcelline Hemingway," undated
    Box   14 F   1
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence from Marcelline Hemingway to: Hemingway, A. T., 1909
    Box   14 F   2
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence from Marcelline Hemingway to: Hemingway, Dr. and Mrs. Clarence, 1917
    Box   14 F   3
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence from Marcelline Hemingway to: Hemingway, Ernest (facsimile), 1918
    Box   14 F   4
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence from Marcelline Hemingway to: Hemingway, Grace Hall, 1909, 1917, 1926
    Box   14 F   5
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence from Marcelline Hemingway to: Hemingway, Ursula, 1917
    Box   14 F   6
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence from Marcelline Hemingway to: Sanford, Sterling S., 1917
    Box   14 F   7
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence from Marcelline Hemingway to: Sanford, Sterling S., February-March, May-June, December 1918
    Box   14 F   8
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence from Marcelline Hemingway to: Sanford, Sterling S., January-August 1919
    Box   14 F   9
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence from Marcelline Hemingway to: Sanford, Sterling S., October-December 1919
    Box   14 F   10
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence from Marcelline Hemingway to: Sanford, Sterling S., 1920
    Box   14 F   11
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence from Marcelline Hemingway to: Sanford, Sterling S., January-June 1921
    Box   14 F   12
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence from Marcelline Hemingway to: Sanford, Sterling S., July-December 1921
    Box   14 F   13
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence from Marcelline Hemingway to: Sanford, Sterling S., January-April 1922
    Box   14 F   14
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence from Marcelline Hemingway to: Sanford, Sterling S., May-June 1922
    Box   14 F   15
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence from Marcelline Hemingway to: Sanford, Sterling S., July-August 1922
    Box   14 F   16
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence from Marcelline Hemingway to: Sanford, Sterling S. (re: their engagement), August 23, 1922
    Box   15 F   1
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence from Marcelline Hemingway to: Sanford, Sterling S., September 1922
    Box   15 F   2
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence from Marcelline Hemingway to: Sanford, Sterling S., October 1-15, 1922
    Box   15 F   3
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence from Marcelline Hemingway to: Sanford, Sterling S., October 16-26, 1922
    Box   15 F   4
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence from Marcelline Hemingway to: Sanford, Sterling S., November 1-13, 1922
    Box   15 F   5
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence from Marcelline Hemingway to: Sanford, Sterling S., November 14-23, 1922
    Box   15 F   6
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence from Marcelline Hemingway to: Sanford, Sterling S., November 25-30, 1922
    Box   15 F   7
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence from Marcelline Hemingway to: Sanford, Sterling S., December 1-14, 1922
    Box   15 F   8
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Correspondence from Marcelline Hemingway to: Sanford, Sterling S., December 15-26, 1922
    Box   15 F   9
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Congregational Training School for Women (Chicago, Brochure),Congregational Training School for Women (Chicago, Brochure), 1917-1919
    Box   15 F   10
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Essay, “(the) Stebbins family,” undated
    Box   15 F   11
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Essays (15) written for English Class, September 1913-January 1914
    Box   15 F   12
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Northwestern University Bulletin, School of Oratory, 1919-1920, v. XX, no.5, August 2, 1919
    Box   15 F   13
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Play, An untitled draft, undated
    Box   15 F   15
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Plays, (9) written for Section 506, English Composition, October –November 1917
    Box   15 F   16
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Program, Easter banquet, undated [before 1923]
    Box   15 F   17
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Speech, [high school] Commencement “The New girlhood,” 1917
    Box   15 F   18
    Hemingway, Marcelline and Ernest, Oak Park and River Forest Township High School, Programs for Class Day, Graduating Exercises, Special Service, June 10, 13-14, 1917
    Box   15 F   19
    Hemingway, Marcelline and Ernest, Oak Park and River Forest Township High School, Senior Class Play, Program, Lists Ernest in cast as Richard B. Sheridan, Marci ushered] (2 c., one with notes written on it by Marci), February 16, 1917
    Box   15 F   20
    Hemingway, Marcelline and Ernest, “Program of conversation” [Social discussion agenda for their high school classmates], 1913
    Box   16 F   1
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Legal-size Music, “Bamboo baby, listen to dis jungle lullaby,” Lyrics by Wm. H. Gardner, Music by Caro Roma (8 pp., ripped, Autographed by Marcelline Doris Hemingway), 1920
    Box   16 F   2
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Legal-size Music, “Molly: an Irish love song,” Lyrics by Rida Johnson Young, Music by Victor Herbert, (5 pp., Autographed by Marcelline Doris Hemingway, and photocopy), 1919
    Box   16 F   3
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Legal-size Music, “Nancy’s answer” song, Lyrics by Lee M. Walker, Music by Laurie Briers (8 pp., ripped, Autographed by Marcelline D. Hemingway, Oak Park), 1920
    Box   16 F   4
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Legal-size Music, “Songs my mother taught me” (Als die alte Mutter) Gipsy Melody, by Anton Dvorak, Op. 55, No. 4, English translation by Natalie MacFarren, (4 p., ripped, Autographed by Marc D. H.), undated
    Box   16 F   5
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Legal-size Music, “Sorter miss you,” Lyrics and Music by Clay Smith (8 p., autographed by Marcelline Doris Hemingway), 1916
    Box   16 F   6
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Legal-size Music, “Sunrise and you,” Lyrics and Music by Arthur A. Penn (6 p. ripped, tattered, Autographed by Marcelline D. Hemingway, Oak Park), 1918
    Box   16 F   7
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Legal-size Music, “Values (another hour with thee),” Poem by Jessie Rittenhouse, Music by Frederick W. Vanderpool (7 p., Autographed by Marcelline Doris Hemingway, Oak Park), 1918
    Box   16 F   8
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Legal-size Music, “Winter” by Fay Foster, Israel Zangwill (4 p., ripped, Autographed by M. D. Hemingway), 1915
    Box   16 F   9
    Hemingway, Marcelline, Legal-size Music, “(The) Want of you song,” Lyrics by Marian Gillespie, music by Frederick W. Vanderpool (8 p., ripped, Autographed by Marcelline Hemingway, Oak Park), 1919
    Box   17 F   1
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Articles, “Anniversary,” Magazine of the Women’s Club, undated
    Box   17 F   2
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Articles, “Have you heard yourself speak?” Milady’s Mirror section of the Detroit Edison (Synchospere?), undated
    Box   17 F   3
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Articles, “Hollyhocks- a compromise,”  1936
    Box   17 F   4
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Articles, “Theatre briefs,” Detroit Women’s City Club Magazine, 1952-1963
    Box   17 F   5
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Biographical Information, Accounts/Notebook, August 12-23, 1962
    Box   17 F   6
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Biographical Information, Application for Membership in the National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution, 1940, and supporting Letters of Grace Hall Hemingway and also of Mrs. Anginette (Hemingway) Hines, 1940-1941
    Box   17 F   7
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Biographical Information, Death Certificates, 1963
    Box   17 F   8
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Biographical Information, Estate Papers, 1964
    Box   17 F   9
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Biographical Information, Fuel Oil Ration Book, 1945
    Box   17 F   10
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), [Article] “(An) Interview with Mrs. Marcelline Hemingway Sanford, Sister of Ernest Hemingway,” in The Study of English, July 1963 (copy, translated from the Japanese, and coverletter from Jim Sanford to John Sanford, 1999), 1963, 1999
    Box   17 F   11
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Lecturer of “(The) Play parade” and “This season on Broadway,” Advertisement, [circa 1949]
    Box   17 F   12
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Lecturer of “This season on Broadway,” “Back stage glimpses,” and “Actors are people,” Advertisement, [after 1951]
    Box   17 F   13
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Magazine Clippings, 1938, 1956, 1961
    Box   17 F   14
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Mini-Autobiography (2 copies), 1943
    Box   17 F   15
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Newspaper Clippings (copies), 1927, 1935-1938, 1941, 1943, 1950, 1953, 1957-1958, 1961-1963
    Box   17 F   16
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Obituaries (copies, Marcelline died on December 9, 1963), 1963-1964
    Box   17 F   17
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Passport (copy) and Photograph, 1928
    Box   17 F   18
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Photographs (6), Portraits, 1944, 1949, 1952, 1960
    Box   17 F   19
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Photographs (3), with her children, 1932
    Box   17 F   20
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Photographs (4), with Sterling, 1948, 1954
    Box   17 F   21
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, At the Hemingways, Contract with Little, Brown and Company (Inc.), 1961
    Box   17 F   22
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, At the Hemingways, Description in “(The) Latest Books and Review" by John C. Pine, 1962
    Box   17 F   23
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, At the Hemingways, Description and Review by Little, Brown, 1962
    Box   17 F   24
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, At the Hemingways, Invitation to Autograph Party, undated [1962]
    Box   17 F   25
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, At the Hemingways, “Interviews in (The) Study of English” (Japan, Japanese copies), 1962
    Box   17 F   26
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, At the Hemingways, Notes about Rewrite and Notes About Marketing the Book, undated [1961?]
    Box   17 F   27
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, At the Hemingways, Review, Library Journal, [1962]
    Box   17 F   28
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, At the Hemingways, Review, New Yorker, 1962
    Box   17 F   29
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, At the Hemingways, Review, Nores (?) Telegram, 1962
    Box   17 F   30
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, At the Hemingways, Review, SR, 1962
    Box   17 F   31
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, At the Hemingways, TV Dramatization, (2 scripts, one with note), list of actors, shown on Channel 10, Philadelphia, November 11, 1962
    Box   18 F   1
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, A., L. W. “Luna,” 1930
    Box   18 F   2
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Adams, Kingsley (National Portrait Gallery), 1959
    Box   18 F   3
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Armstrong, Mrs. Harris (Phyllis), 1923, 1930
    Box   18 F   4
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Babcock, James M., (Chief, Burton Historical Library), Thank You, 1961
    Box   18 F   5
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Bacon, Mrs. A. E., 1936
    Box   18 F   6
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Bailey, M. A. (Alice, Cousin), 1924
    Box   18 F   7
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Baits, Mrs. Stuart (Vera), 1929
    Box   18 F   8
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Baker, Carlos (Princeton U.), 1961-1962; Notes, 1963, 1961-1963
    Box   18 F   8
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Baker, Carlos (Princeton U.), 1961-1962; Notes, 1963, 1961-1963
    Box   18 F   9
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Berry, Natalie Daboll, 1929
    Box   18 F   10
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Board, Harold E. (re: Hall Genealogical Information), 1956
    Box   18 F   11
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Boltz, Mrs. Edward D. (Frances Burns), 1961
    Box   18 F   12
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Borncamp, Mary (G.), 1928
    Box   18 F   13
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Brande, Dorothy, 1936
    Box   18 F   14
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Brueggeman, “Aunt Lil,” 1928?
    Box   18 F   15
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Buksas, Mary Margaret, 1961
    Box   18 F   16
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Burns, Mrs. Arthur (Eileen), 1959, 1962
    Box   18 F   17
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Burns, Frances E. (Sterling’s Aunt), 1924
    Box   18 F   18
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Coolidge, Dorothy “Dottie” (re: Marci’s play “Be Seated”), 1938
    Box   18 F   19
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Corbett, Edward P. J. (Creighton U.), 1962
    Box   18 F   20
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Cromie Robert “Bob” (Editor, Chicago Sunday Tribune, Magazine of Books), 1962
    Box   18 F   21
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Densmore, Mrs. Gail E. (Katherine), 1936, 1963
    Box   18 F   22
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Dil, Aunt Beth, 1925
    Box   18 F   23
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Dilworths, 1929
    Box   18 F   24
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Doyle, Mrs. John H., Statement (Account of Work), 1928
    Box   18 F   25
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Eddy, Mrs. Howard C. (Marcelline), 1961
    Box   18 F   26
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Edwards, Mrs. S. W. (Dicky), 1927-1928
    Box   18 F   27
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Emery, Mrs. Ethel (in England), 1957
    Box   18 F   28
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Evans, Ron, 1967
    Box   18 F   29
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Feldon, Peg, 1928
    Box   18 F   30
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Fetridge, Robert H., Jr. (Little Brown and Co., Publishers), 1962
    Box   18 F   31
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Gardner, Mrs. (Carol) "Beefy,", 1961-1962
    Box   18 F   32
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Gilson, Mrs. Arthur Scott, Jr. (Marion), 1928-1929, 1962
    Box   18 F   33
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Goldberg, Jo Ann (NBC), 1961
    Box   18 F   34
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Gozdoy, Elizabeth, 1929
    Box   18 F   35
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Hall, Gertrud C. (Aunt), 1961
    Box   18 F   36
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Hall, Robert A., Jr. (Frances), 1963
    Box   18 F   37
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, [Hall], Tyler, 1929
    Box   18 F   38
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Hanu, Michael A., 1961
    Box   18 F   39
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Hardman, Mrs. H. H., 1939
    Box   18 F   40
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Harryman, Mrs. W. W. (Virginia), 1923
    Box   18 F   41
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Hartz, Mrs. Dale (Cousin, Lois Meikle), 1962
    Box   18 F   42
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Hayes, Helen E., R.N., 1962
    Box   18 F   43
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Hemingway, Adelaide "Addie," 1923-1925
    Box   18 F   44
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Hemingway, Anson T. (Grandfather), 1923
    Box   18 F   45
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Hemingway, Aunt Adelaide, 1939
    Box   18 F   46
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Hemingway, Carol "Befish," 1924-1927, 1931, 1934-1935
    Box   18 F   47
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Hemingway, Ernest (copy re: using Windemere Cottage), undated [1951-1961]
    Box   18 F   48
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Hemingway, Ernest and Pauline (written by Pauline), undated
    Box   18 F   49
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Hemingway, George R., 1944, 1949
    Box   18 F   50
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Hemingway, George R., Telegram (re: death/funeral of George's father), 1926
    Box   18 F   51
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Hemingway, Hadley (Mrs. Ernest), 1927-1928, 1932
    Box   18 F   52
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Hemingway, Harrieta (re: heirloom wedding gift), [1923]
    Box   18 F   53
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Hemingway, Isabel “Izzy” (Cousin), 1931, 1940, 1950-1951, 1962
    Box   18 F   54
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Hemingway, Isabel “Izzy” (Cousin), [includes Taiku Hospital, Annual Report, 1940; Memorial Booklet On Dr. Leonard F. Wilbur (1907-1940), [1940]
    Box   18 F   55
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Hemingway, John H. N. "Bubmbie" (Nephew), undated [1927?]
    Box   18 F   56
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Hemingway, John H. N. "Bumbie" (Nephew), 1961-1962
    Box   19 F   1
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Hemingway, Leicester (Brother), 1926, 1929
    Box   19 F   2
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Hemingway, Leicester (Brother), 1930, 1934, 1944, and undated
    Box   19 F   3
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Hemingway, Leicester (Brother), Patsy and family, 1949-1950
    Box   19 F   4
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Hemingway, Mr./Mrs. Leicester (Brother), Wedding Invitation, re: Wedding of Anne E. J. Hemingway to William J. Fever, January 8, 1978
    Box   19 F   5
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Hemingway, Madelaine “Sunny,” 1924-1925, 1929
    Box   19 F   6
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Hemingway, Madelaine “Sunny,” 1932, 1934
    Box   19 F   7
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Hemingway, Mary (Mrs. Ernest), 1961
    Box   19 F   8
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Hemingway, Mary W. (Aunt, in China in 1928), 1923, 1928, 1951, 1956, 1958, 1961-1962
    Box   19 F   9
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Hemingway, Mrs. A. T. (Aunt Arabell), 1924
    Box   19 F   10
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Hemingway, Mrs. Willoughby (Aunt Mary), 1929
    Box   19 F   11
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Hemingway, Patricia S. "Patsy" (Leicester's wife), 1945
    Box   19 F   12
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Hemingway, Patrick "Henny" (Nephew), 1957, 1962, and undated
    Box   19 F   13
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Hemingway, Patsy (Cousin, Patsy was Marci's flower girl in 1923), 1936
    Box   19 F   14
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Hemingway, Pauline (Mrs. Ernest), undated [1928]
    Box   19 F   15
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Hemingway, Pauline (Mrs. Ernest), 1931, 1937
    Box   19 F   16
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Hemingway, Ursula,  1923
    Box   19 F   17
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Hemingway, Ursula,  1924
    Box   19 F   18
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Hemingway, Ursula,  July-August 1925
    Box   19 F   19
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Hemingway, Willoughby (Uncle), Christmas Card, 1931
    Box   19 F   20
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Hemingway, Willoughby (Uncle), 1925
    Box   20 F   1
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Holden, Bill (Wayne State U.); note from William White, 1962
    Box   20 F   2
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Homeric?, Win?, 1924
    Box   20 F   3
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Horne, William Dodge “Bill” (original) re: “At the Hemingways”, (2 c., with notes, facsimile), 1961
    Box   20 F   4
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Ingaglia, Mrs. Frank (D. G., Inscribed by Marci as her first piece of Fan Mail for “At the Hemingways”), 1961
    Box   20 F   5
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Jackson, Mrs. Paul (Agnes), 1938
    Box   20 F   6
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Jepson, Mrs. J. J. (Ursula), November-December 1925
    Box   20 F   7
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Jepson, Mrs. J. J. (Ursula), 1926-1928
    Box   20 F   8
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Jepson, Mrs. J. J. (Ursula), Undated [This probably dates to either circa 1930 or 1931 as letter notes that Marci will soon leave the hospital with Ursula's young nephew.]
    Box   20 F   9
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Jepson, Mrs. J. J. (Ursula), 1930s
    Box   20 F   10
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Jepson, Mrs. J. J. (Ursula), 1949-1950
    Box   20 F   11
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Johnson, Walter E., 1961-1962
    Box   20 F   12
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, King, Mrs. Harry M. (Peggy), 1962
    Box   20 F   13
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Kuplin, Helen, Baby Congratulations Card, 1929
    Box   20 F   14
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Kwei, M. S. in Taiwan), 1963
    Box   20 F   15
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Lambert, Mrs. Charles F. (Dorothy), 1961
    Box   20 F   16
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Lilien, Ruth Parker, 1961
    Box   20 F   17
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Livingston, Chester and Grace (Hemingway), Christmas Cards (Hawaii), 1935, 1940, 1943, 1948
    Box   20 F   18
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Livingston, Mrs. Edward P. (Florence Gould), 1962
    Box   20 F   19
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Livingston, Mrs. William H. (Mary), 1962
    Box   20 F   20
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, McConathy, Mrs. Ira (Glenn), 1929
    Box   20 F   21
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, McCune, Allen (McCune and Company re: Walloon Lake property insurance), 1944
    Box   20 F   22
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, McKee, Mrs. Myron (Helen), 1962
    Box   20 F   23
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Mainland, Madelaine Hemingway "Numbones" (re: distribution of Grace Hall Hemingway's effects), 1951
    Box   20 F   24
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Miller, Mrs. E. J. "Sunny," 1959
    Box   20 F   25
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Moody, Mrs. John (Annabell), 1926-1962 (Scattered)
    Box   20 F   26
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Moody, Marion C. (re: A. T. Hemingway's Civil War diaries), 1963
    Box   20 F   27
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Mower, Mrs. Paul (Hadley Richardson), 1961-1962
    Box   20 F   28
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Norton, Mae (Manager, Hollywood Artists Bur.), 1962
    Box   20 F   29
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Oppenheim, David J. (NBC), 1961
    Box   20 F   30
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Parson, Harry M., D.D.S., 1962
    Box   20 F   31
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Patterson, Mrs. John L. (Matilda), 1962
    Box   20 F   32
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Perkins, Nellie L., Ph.D., Congratulatory Note, 1929
    Box   20 F   33
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Platt, Frank J., 1962
    Box   20 F   34
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Roome, Elsie C., 1958, 1961
    Box   20 F   35
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Roos, Mrs. Albert C. (Bess), 1962
    Box   20 F   36
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Rouse, Mrs. R. G. (Nita), 1929
    Box   20 F   37
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Rutledge, Mrs. Charles C. (Kitty), 1928
    Box   20 F   38
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Sackett, Edith M. (Zeta Phi Eta), 1936
    Box   20 F   39
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Sage, Mrs. Thomas (Hank), 1962
    Box   21 F   1
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Sanford, James S. “Jim,”  undated [1930s?]
    Box   21 F   2
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Scholtz, Mrs. Albert (Marguerite Hemingway re: genealogy), 1960
    Box   21 F   3
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Shephard, Mrs. Clarence E. (Aunt Arabell), 1928
    Box   21 F   4
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Sprague, Mrs. Gale A. (Esther), 1962
    Box   21 F   5
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Stoffel, Lester L. (Librarian, Oak Park Public Library), 1962-1963
    Box   21 F   6
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Sutherland, Mrs. Helen V., 1962
    Box   21 F   7
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, T., J. G. “Jo” (Later Mrs. William Morgenstern), [1929]
    Box   21 F   8
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Taylor, Margaret (Chicago Theological Seminary), 1928
    Box   21 F   9
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Thromford, Winnie (Hemingway), Phil[ip], and children, 1963
    Box   21 F   10
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Utzinger, Mrs. A. V. (Marguerite), 1961
    Box   21 F   11
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Wagenknecht, Edward (re: "At the Hemingways"), 1962
    Box   21 F   12
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Weeks, Edward "Ted" (re: "At the Hemingways"), 1956-1959
    Box   21 F   13
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Weeks, Edward "Ted" (re: "At the Hemingways"), 1961
    Box   21 F   14
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Weeks, Edward "Ted" (re: "At the Hemingways") and Advertisement, 1962 1962
    Box   21 F   15
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Weeks, Edward "Ted" (re: "At the Hemingways") and Royalties, 1963
    Box   21 F   16
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, White, Raymond B. "Bud," 1962
    Box   21 F   17
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Yaple, Emily P., 1962
    Box   21 F   18
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Zanetti, Mrs. Joseph R. (Gladys), 1961
    Box   21 F   19
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, Zeta Phi Eta Alumni Association, 1928
    Box   21 F   20
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, [no surname], Bob and Kathryn, 1962
    Box   21 F   21
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, [no surname], Chuck and Gladys, 1929
    Box   21 F   22
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, [no surname], Dorothy, 1957
    Box   21 F   23
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, [no surname], M. M., 1962
    Box   21 F   24
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, [no surname], Nath[an], 1935
    Box   21 F   25
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence to Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford from, [no surname], Ray, 1929
    Box   22 F   1
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence from Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford to, Connable, Dorothy (re: going to Ernest's burial and helping Grace when Clarence died), 1961 or 1962
    Box   22 F   2
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence from Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford to, de Vechman and Leon, 1961
    Box   22 F   3
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence from Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford to, Gardner, Mrs. (Carol) "Beefie" (re: Leicester Hemingway's book), [1962]
    Box   22 F   4
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence from Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford to, Heeg, Mrs., 1962
    Box   22 F   5
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence from Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford to, Hemingway, Dr./Mrs. Clarence [partial], 1927
    Box   22 F   6
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence from Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford to, Hemingway, Grace Hall and Jimmy, 1942
    Box   22 F   7
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence from Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford to, Hemingway, Grace Hall, 1949
    Box   22 F   8
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence from Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford to, Jepson, Ursula, and Sunny Mainland (re: Sale of Grace Hall-Hemingway's house, finances, and estate), March 4 and 15, 1952
    Box   22 F   9
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence from Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford to, Markle, Mr./Mrs. Fred (Renters), 1961
    Box   22 F   10
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Book, Correspondence from Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford to, Mutual of Omaha, 1961
    Box   22 F   11
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Correspondence from Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford to, Sanford, Carol, 1928
    Box   22 F   12
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Correspondence from Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford to, Sanford, Sterling S., with note from Carol, August 7, 1927
    Box   22 F   13
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Correspondence from Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford to, Sanford, Sterling S., June 30-August 30, 1932
    Box   22 F   14
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Correspondence from Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford to, Sanford, Sterling S., January-February 1933
    Box   22 F   15
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Correspondence from Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford to, Sanford, Sterling S., August-September 1933
    Box   22 F   16
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Correspondence from Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford to, Sanford, Sterling S., 1935
    Box   22 F   17
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Correspondence from Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford to, Sanford, Sterling S., 1938?
    Box   22 F   18
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Correspondence from Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford to, Sanford, Sterling S., 1939
    Box   22 F   19
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Correspondence from Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford to, Sanford, Sterling S., January, May, July-September 1940
    Box   22 F   20
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Correspondence from Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford to, Sanford, Sterling S., March-May 1941
    Box   22 F   21
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Correspondence from Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford to, Sanford, Sterling S., January 1942
    Box   22 F   22
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Correspondence from Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford to, Sanford, Sterling S., August 1942
    Box   22 F   23
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Correspondence from Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford to, Sanford, Sterling S., September 1942
    Box   22 F   24
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Correspondence from Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford to, Sanford, Sterling S., September 1942
    Box   22 F   25
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Correspondence from Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford to, Sanford, Sterling S., February, May-June 1943
    Box   22 F   26
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Correspondence from Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford to, Sanford, Sterling S., July 1943
    Box   23 F   1
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Correspondence from Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford to, Sanford, Sterling S., August 1-14, 1943
    Box   23 F   2
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Correspondence from Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford to, Sanford, Sterling S., August 15-31, 1943
    Box   23 F   3
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Correspondence from Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford to, Sanford, Sterling S., September 1-8, 1943
    Box   23 F   4
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Correspondence from Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford to, Sanford, Sterling S., September 9-14, 25, 1943
    Box   23 F   5
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Correspondence from Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford to, Sanford, Sterling S., October 1943
    Box   23 F   6
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Correspondence from Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford to, Sanford, Sterling S., November-December 1943
    Box   23 F   7
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Correspondence from Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford to, Sanford, Sterling S., January-March 1944
    Box   23 F   8
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Correspondence from Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford to, Sanford, Sterling S., June 1944
    Box   23 F   9
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Correspondence from Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford to, Sanford, Sterling S., July 1943
    Box   23 F   10
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Correspondence from Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford to, Sanford, Sterling S., August-September 1943
    Box   23 F   11
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Correspondence from Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford to, Sanford, Sterling S., May-July 1945
    Box   23 F   12
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Correspondence from Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford to, Sanford, Sterling S., August 1945
    Box   23 F   13
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Correspondence from Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford to, Sanford, Sterling S., September-November 1945
    Box   23 F   14
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Correspondence from Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford to, Sanford, Sterling S., 1946
    Box   23 F   15
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Correspondence from Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford to, Sanford, Sterling S. (re: Funeral of Ernest Hemingway), July 4-6, 1961
    Box   23 F   16
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Correspondence from Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford to, Sanford, Sterling S., undated
    Box   23 F   17
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Correspondence from Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford to, Whom It May Concern (re: sale of 551 Keystone Avenue House and Grace's finances), 1951
    Box   23 F   18
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Correspondence from Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford to, Weeks, Edward (re: manuscript of "At the Hemingways"), 1960-1961
    Box   23 F   19
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Correspondence from Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford to, Weeks, Wheelock, Mrs. Wendell (Virginia), 1961
    Box   23 F   20
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Correspondence from Mrs. S.S. (Marcelline ) Sanford to, [no surname], Betsy, 1959
    Box   23 F   21
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline) and Sterling, Christmas Cards to Others, 1948
    Box   23 F   22
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline) and Sterling, Christmas Cards to Others, 1962
    Box   24 F   1
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Essays, "Behind the scenes," 1935
    Box   24 F   2
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Essays, "I'm proud to be an Edison wife" (2 drafts), undated [after 1922]
    Box   24 F   3
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Essays, October 13, 1955 Car Accident, Notes of, 1955
    Box   24 F   4
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Exhibit Tags (3), undated
    Box   24 F   5
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Family Photographs, Boating [on Walloon Lake?], black and white; (2) Cabin Interiors [not Windemere], color, circa 1960s?; circa 1970s?
    Box   24 F   6
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Family Photographs, (13) Jim and Marian Sanford's wedding and Family events, color, 1961
    Box   24 F   7
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Family Photographs, (3) Mrs. Carol Sanford Collidge with husband, David, her parents and brother, John, black and white, 1953, 1955
    Box   24 F   8
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Family Photographs, (10) Events and Holidays at Collidge Home, color, 1961-1962
    Box   24 F   9
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Family Photographs, (2) with her siblings and nephew, Ernest Mainland, black and white, 1961
    Box   24 F   10
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Family Photographs, the Gardner Children: Paul, Mark, Lynda (1) black and white, 1953
    Box   24 F   11
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Music, "Days of the twenties," "Every Thursday out," "Messenger Song and Dance," "Protest Song," (Lyrics by Marcelline, copyright 1938 from the play "Be Seated"), 1938
    Box   25 F   1
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Photograph of her Sculpture [see related Newspaper clipping (copy) of May 11, 1950], 1950
    Box   25 F   2
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Plays, "Be Seated," Copyright Registration, 1938
    Box   25 F   3
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Plays, "Be Seated," Magazine clippings (re: Marcelline and "Be Seated" Cameo), 1938
    Box   25 F   4
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Plays, "Be Seated," Photographs (43, black and white), 1938
    Box   25 F   5
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Plays, "Be Seated," Programs (4), 1938, 1940
    Box   25 F   6
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Plays, "Be Seated," Script (1 clean copy, 3 copies with notes), 1939
    Box   25 F   7
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Plays, "Be Seated," Script (Drafts, 4), 1938
    Box   25 F   8
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Plays, "It's the woman who pays" or "Drama in the Making", various drafts, final draft, April 1935, and Programs, April 8 and December 6, 1935, 1935
    Box   25 F   9
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Plays, "Just an idea", two Drafts, undated
    Box   25 F   10
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Plays, "On the phone,"  1937
    Box   25 F   11
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Plays, "Peggy Parker," (Copy),  1936
    Box   26 F   1
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Family Histories, Hall/Hemingway,  1957, and undated
    Box   26 F   2
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Family Histories, Hancock, 1956, and undated
    Box   26 F   3
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Family Histories, Miller, undated
    Box   26 F   3
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Family Histories, Waas, undated
    Box   27 F   1
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Legal-size Correspondence to Ernest Hemingway (facsimile), 1923
    Box   27 F   2
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Legal-size Correspondence to Ernest Hemingway (facsimile re: Nobel Prize), 1954
    Box   27 F   3
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Legal-size Music, "Kashmiri song (Pale hands I loved)," by Laurence Hope, Music by Amy Woodforde-Finden 8 p.), 1902 (Autographed by Marcelline H. Sanford, 2941 Field Avenue, Detroit), 1902
    Box   28 F   1
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Ballinger, Barbara (Librarian, Oak Park Public Library), Correspondence to Miller, Mrs. E. J., 1967
    Box   28 F   2
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Edmonds, Joseph, Obituary, December 4, 1902
    Box   28 F   3
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Edmonds, Lida, Newspaper Clipping (copy), 1915
    Box   28 F   4
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Hall, Mrs. Ernest, Calling Card, undated
    Box   28 F   5
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Hall, Mrs. Mary D., Obituary (Mother of Ernest Hall), June 17, 1897
    Box   28 F   6
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Hancock, Captain Alexander. The Tropical Times, Typed Transcription (20th century copy) of the Baroque Elizabeth (Ship)'s newspaper, on a voyage from Bristol to Australia, No. 1 (February 5, 1853)-No. XII (April 23, 1853); Note from Sterling S. Sanford about it, undated, 1853; undated
    Box   28 F   7
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Hemingway, Anson T., "Celebrated his 82nd Birthday," Reporting from Oak Leaves, Saturday, August 28, 1926
    Box   28 F   8
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Hemingway, Anson T., Civil War Diaries, v. I and II, 1862-1863, Typed Transcription (transcribed in 1977); Note from Sterling S. Sanford, 1978, 1977-1978
    Box   28 F   9
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Hemingway, Anson T., “(The) Contribution of the past to the central of today,” General Secretary, YMCA, Chicago, Typed Speech, 1878-1888
    Box   28 F   10
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Hemingway, Anson T., Hymnal, undated
    Box   28 F   11
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Hemingway, Anson T., Obituary (original and copy); Civil War Service Papers (copies), 1926
    Box   28 F   12
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Hemingway, Anson T., 72nd Regiment, Illinois Infantry Volunteers reunion Photographs, 1910
    Box   28 F   13
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Hemingway, Anson T., War Diaries (1862-1865) of Brevet Brig. Gen. Joseph Stockton (Photostatic copies of most of this book), 1910
    Box   28 F   14
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Hemingway, Ernest, Exhibit Catalog, Guide to a Memorial Exhibition by William White, University of Detroit Library, July 14-August 12, 1961
    Box   28 F   15
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Hemingway, Ernest, Movie programs, "For whom the bell tolls", 1943
    Box   28 F   16
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Hemingway, Ernest, Movie programs, "(The) Old man and the sea," 1958
    Box   28 F   17
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Hemingway, Ernest, Newspaper Clippings (copies), 1957, 1961-1962, 1965
    Box   28 F   18
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Hemingway, Ernest, Newspaper Clippings (copies), 1980s
    Box   28 F   19
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Hemingway, Ernest, Programs, International Hemingway Festival, June 19-21, 1998
    Box   28 F   20
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Hemingway, Isabel "Izzy", Hymns and Songs with Chinese and Japanese translations, undated
    Box   28 F   21
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Hemingway, Leicester, Drink it yourself: the happiest how-to-do-it book (copy), undated
    Box   28 F   22
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Hemingway, Mary (Williams), Obituary, 1974
    Box   28 F   23
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Hemingway, Mrs. A. T. (Adelaide Edmonds), Funeral Service; Death Announcement, February 8, 1923; February 5, 1923
    Box   28 F   24
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Hemingway, Mrs. A. T. (Adelaide Edmonds), Obituary, February 10, 1923
    Box   28 F   25
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Hemingway, Mrs. A. T. (Adelaide Edmonds), Martha Washington's recipe for Good Black Cake (copy), 1916
    Box   28 F   26
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Hemingway, Mrs. A. T. (Adelaide Edmonds), Memorial Notice, 1923
    Box   28 F   27
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Hemingway, Ursula X., Article re: her wedding to Jasper "Jap" J. Jepson, in Oak Leaves, pp.12-13, September 12, 1925
    Box   28 F   28
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Hemingway, Ursula X., Obituary (in Time, copy), November, 11, 1966
    Box   28 F   29
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Moody, John, Obituary, 1958
    Box   28 F   30
    Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Truesdall, Adelaide (Hemingway), Obituaries, 1974
    Box   29 F   1
    Sanford, Sterling S., Account of Walloon Lake Expenses and Receipts, 1978
    Box   29 F   2
    Sanford, Sterling S., Articles, "Accuracy of industrial type thermometers use in measuring the temperature of superheated seam in superheated steam mains,” Research Digest, v. 3, n. 9, March 1923
    Box   29 F   3
    Sanford, Sterling S., Articles, “Cooler inside,” Synchroscope, v. XIX, no. 2, April 1932
    Box   29 F   4
    Sanford, Sterling S., Articles, “Design controls costs of heating – buildings should be planned to allow heating economies,” Heating-Piping and Air-conditioning Journal, v. III, no. 38, August 1931
    Box   29 F   5
    Sanford, Sterling S., Articles, "Effect of use upon the steam rate of turbine-generators: first hand data from an extended study of turbine performance over a long period," Power, v. 63, no. 12, March 1926
    Box   29 F   6
    Sanford, Sterling S., Articles, “(The) Elasticity of pipe bends,” with Sabin Crocker, American Society of Mechanical Engineers (Reprint), 1922
    Box   29 F   7
    Sanford, Sterling S., Articles, "Fair and cooler," Synchroscope, [June 1933]
    Box   29 F   8
    Sanford, Sterling S., Articles, “Flow of steam through orifices into “radiators,” with Carl B. Sprenger, Heating, Piping and Air-conditioning Journal, June 1931
    Box   29 F   9
    Sanford, Sterling S., Articles, “Outside temperatures of steam pipes” letter, Power, May 1924
    Box   29 F   10
    Sanford, Sterling S., Articles, “Presidents’ message” (p. 165), see also Portrait and Biography (p. 162), Photograph (p. 172), Bulletin of the National District Heating Association, v. XXIX, no. 4, July 1944
    Box   29 F   11
    Sanford, Sterling S., Articles, “(the) Research boat road,” Synchroscope, v. 9, no. 6, August 1922
    Box   29 F   12
    Sanford, Sterling S., Articles, “Saving steam for central heating customers,” Synchroscope, v. 16, no. 1, March 1929
    Box   29 F   13
    Sanford, Sterling S., Articles, “Space heating with electricity,” Michigan Architect and Engineer, [1953-1954]
    Box   29 F   14
    Sanford, Sterling S., Articles, “Steam for the Statler,” Synchroscope, [no v. or no.], October 1940
    Box   29 F   15
    Sanford, Sterling S., Articles, “Study of the properties of Detroit River water at the Trenton Channel Power House Site to determine its suitability for condenser circulating water,” Research Digest, v. 3, no. 8, February 1923
    Box   29 F   16
    Sanford, Sterling S., Articles, “Summer cooling with night air,” Bildor, January 1940
    Box   29 F   17
    Sanford, Sterling S., Articles, “Test of a large air compressor plant,” Research Digest, v. 3, no. 4, October 1922
    Box   29 F   18
    Sanford, Sterling S., Articles, “This restaurant is steam-cooled - its sales mount,” Heating, Piping and Air-conditioning Journal, undated
    Box   29 F   19
    Sanford, Sterling S., “Bay View as I remember it” (Manuscript, copy), 1975
    Box   29 F   20
    Sanford, Sterling S., Bay View Transcription of Oral Interview done by Jane P. Doerr, Dir., Bay View Archives, December 1984; Cover letter, August 1985, 1984-1985
    Box   29 F   21
    Sanford, Sterling S., Biographical Information, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, student-Branch, Membership Card, 1919
    Box   29 F   22
    Sanford, Sterling S., Biographical Information, Baby Book, Letter from his Mother, Carrie E. Sanford to Carrie Dicken announcing his birth and name, February 21, 1893, all given to Sterling and Marcelline as a Christmas gift presumably by Carrie Dicken, undated [after 1922]
    Box   29 F   23
    Sanford, Sterling S., Biographical Information, Baccalaureate Exercises, University of Michigan, Program, June 22,1919
    Box   29 F   24
    Sanford, Sterling S., Biographical Information, Census records (copies), 1900-1930; Social Security Death Index Record (copy), 1990
    Box   29 F   25
    Sanford, Sterling S., Biographical Information, Certificate and Tribute to Sanford for his Outstanding Service in Administering the Association Affairs During the Critical War Year, 1944-1945, Bulletin of the National District Heating Association, v. XXXI, No. 4,  July 1946
    Box   29 F   26
    Sanford, Sterling S., Biographical Information, Debate-Adrian High School vs. Mt. Clemens High School (Sterling listed) , 1911
    Box   29 F   27
    Sanford, Sterling S., Biographical Information, Detroit Edison Company, Identity cards, 1951 (2), 1956 (1), 1951, 1956
    Box   29 F   28
    Sanford, Sterling S., Biographical Information, Directory of the University of Michigan, Engineering Class, 1919
    Box   29 F   29
    Sanford, Sterling S., Biographical Information, Funeral, Remarks of David A. Coolidge, Jr., 1990
    Box   29 F   30
    Sanford, Sterling S., Biographical Information, Funeral Service Program (Sterling died on October 19, 1990), 1990
    Box   29 F   31
    Sanford, Sterling S., Biographical Information, Income Tax Return (copy), 1917-1918
    Box   30 F   1
    Sanford, Sterling S., Biographical Information, Magazine Clippings, 1935, 1944-1945, 1954, 1956-1958
    Box   30 F   2
    Sanford, Sterling S., Biographical Information, Military Discharge Record, 1919
    Box   30 F   3
    Sanford, Sterling S., Biographical Information, Mt. Clemens High School, Annual Commencement Programs (Sterling is listed in 1913), 1912-1913
    Box   30 F   4
    Sanford, Sterling S., Biographical Information, Mt. Clemens High School, Debate Speeches, 1910-1913
    Box   30 F   5
    Sanford, Sterling S., Biographical Information, Mt. Clemens High School, Report Card, 1912
    Box   30 F   6
    Sanford, Sterling S., Biographical Information, Mt. Clemens High School, 6th Annual Oratorical and Declamatory Contest (Sterling-The Evolution of Peace), 1913
    Box   30 F   7
    Sanford, Sterling S., Biographical Information, Mt. Clemens (Michigan Public) Schools, Perfect Attendance Certificate, 1905-1906; Certification of Promotion, 1907, 1905-1907
    Box   30 F   8
    Sanford, Sterling S., Biographical Information, Mt. Clemens Savings Bank, Bank Book, 1893-1932
    Box   30 F   9
    Sanford, Sterling S., Biographical Information, National District Heating Association, Program (Sanford listed speaking on June 3), June 1931
    Box   30 F   10
    Sanford, Sterling S., Biographical Information, Newspaper Clippings (Copies), 1914, 1956, 1958, 1985
    Box   30 F   11
    Sanford, Sterling S., Biographical Information, Obituary (copy), 1990
    Box   30 F   12
    Sanford, Sterling S., Biographical Information, Official Proceedings, 36th Annual Meeting of the National District Heating Association (Sterling was President 1944-1945), 1945
    Box   30 F   13
    Sanford, Sterling S., Biographical Information, Oral History Interview; Cassette Tapes (2) and Notes from Tapes, 1988; 2006
    Box   30 F   13
    Sanford, Sterling S., Biographical Information, Photographs, Sterling and Family (and Related Negatives), 1893-1973 (Scattered), and undated
    Box   30 F   14
    Sanford, Sterling S., Biographical Information, Photographs, Sterling and Hixie’s Wedding Day, September 23, 1967, 1973
    Box   30 F   15
    Sanford, Sterling S., Biographical Information, Real Estate Alumni of Michigan, Membership Card, undated
    Box   30 F   16
    Sanford, Sterling S., Biographical Information, Resume, undated [after 1958]
    Box   30 F   17
    Sanford, Sterling S., Biographical Information, Retirement Article, Central Heating News Bulletin… Detroit Edison Co., No. 212; Announcement, February 1958; February 17, 1958
    Box   30 F   18
    Sanford, Sterling S., Biographical Information, Retirement Speech notes (Includes notes about his Uncle Columbus Hall’s house and farm, early school and college), 1958
    Box   30 F   19
    Sanford, Sterling S., Biographical Information, Stock Notes, 1924-1925, 1931
    Box   30 F   20
    Sanford, Sterling S., Biographical Information, 75th Annual Commencement of the University of Michigan (Program), June 25, 1919
    Box   30 F   21
    Sanford, Sterling S., Biographical Information, Ulrich Savings Bank, Bank Book, 1915-1926
    Box   30 F   22
    Sanford, Sterling S., Biographical Information, University of Michigan, Receipts, 1918-1919
    Box   30 F   23
    Sanford, Sterling S., Biographical Information, University of Michigan, Report Cards, 1916, 1918-1919
    Box   30 F   24
    Sanford, Sterling S., Biographical Information, War Ration Books and Identity Cards, 1942-1945
    Box   30 F   25
    Sanford, Sterling S., Biographical Information, Wedding Announcement, to Mrs. Hixie Boykin Hatten, September 23, 1967
    Box   30 F   26
    Sanford, Sterling S., Certificate of Appreciation, 1956, 1959
    Box   30 F   27
    Sanford, Sterling S., Children's Books, Chinese Mother Goose Rhymes by Bainbridge Crist [partial, torn] and Three Books without Title Pages, undated [circa 1900]
    Box   30 F   28
    Sanford, Sterling S., Children's Books, (The) Little Old Woman and her Pig, from Carrie [Dicken, partial book]; Mother Goose Rhymes, Chimes, and Jingles, inscribed "Merry Christmas, From Aunt Mollie, 1897", 1897
    Box   30 F   29
    Sanford, Sterling S., Children's Books, Children's Poem Book, undated
    Box   30 F   30
    Sanford, Sterling S., Children's Books, Children's Religious Magazine, Picture Lesson Paper, October 1897-January 1898 (Scattered issues)
    Box   31 F   1
    Sanford, Sterling S., Children's Books, Children's Scrapbook (Picture Book, handmade), 1893
    Box   31 F   2
    Sanford, Sterling S., Children's Books, Children's Song Book; Note from Sterling re: Singing from this book in Country School, 1898-1908, written in 1989, 1898; 1989
    Box   31 F   3
    Sanford, Sterling S., Children's Books, Copybook (Penmanship), 1906-1908
    Box   31 F   4
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to: Hemingway, Marcelline, 1917
    Box   31 F   5
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to: Hemingway, Marcelline, 1918
    Box   31 F   6
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to: Hemingway, Marcelline, 1919
    Box   31 F   7
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to: Hemingway, Marcelline, University of Michigan Engineering Commencement Program (Sent to Marcelline, Sterling listed as Mechanical Engineer), 1919
    Box   31 F   8
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to: Hemingway, Marcelline, 1920
    Box   31 F   9
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to: Hemingway, Marcelline, June-August 1921
    Box   31 F   10
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to: Hemingway, Marcelline, September-December 1921
    Box   31 F   11
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to: Hemingway, Marcelline, January-February 1922
    Box   31 F   12
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to: Hemingway, Marcelline, March-April 1922
    Box   31 F   13
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to: Hemingway, Marcelline, May-June 1922
    Box   32 F   1
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to: Hemingway, Marcelline, July-August 1922
    Box   32 F   2
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to: Hemingway, Marcelline, September 11-23, 1922
    Box   32 F   3
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to: Hemingway, Marcelline, September 24-29, 1922
    Box   32 F   4
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to: Hemingway, Marcelline, October 1-16, 1922
    Box   32 F   5
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to: Hemingway, Marcelline, October 18-24, 1922
    Box   32 F   6
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to: Hemingway, Marcelline, October 26-31, 1922
    Box   32 F   7
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to: Hemingway, Marcelline, November 6-13, 1922
    Box   32 F   8
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to: Hemingway, Marcelline, November 20-28, 1922
    Box   32 F   5
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to: Hemingway, Marcelline, October 18-24, 1922
    Box   33 F   1
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to: Hemingway, Marcelline, December 4-14, 1922
    Box   33 F   2
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to: Hemingway, Marcelline, December 15-27, 1922
    Box   33 F   3
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), January-February 1923
    Box   33 F   4
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), March-April 1923
    Box   33 F   5
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), May 1923
    Box   33 F   6
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), July 1923
    Box   33 F   7
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), August 1923
    Box   33 F   8
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), October 1923
    Box   33 F   9
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), November 1923
    Box   33 F   10
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), 1924
    Box   33 F   11
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), April 1925
    Box   33 F   12
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), August 1925
    Box   34 F   1
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), January-February 1926
    Box   34 F   2
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), May 1926
    Box   34 F   3
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), July 1926
    Box   34 F   4
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), August 1926
    Box   34 F   5
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), November 1926
    Box   34 F   6
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), December 1926
    Box   34 F   7
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), 1927
    Box   34 F   8
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), 1928
    Box   34 F   9
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), 1930
    Box   34 F   10
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), 1931
    Box   34 F   11
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), 1933
    Box   34 F   12
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), 1939-1940
    Box   34 F   13
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), 1942-1943, 1947
    Box   34 F   14
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), 1952-1958
    Box   34 F   15
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), 1961-1962
    Box   34 F   16
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), 1961-1962
    Box   34 F   17
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to: Sanford, Mrs. S. S. (Marcelline), Thank You Notes (Drafts) Sent to Friends re: Condolences received re: Death of Marcelline Sanford, 1964
    Box   35 F   1
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to others [all genealogy related]: Arthur, Mrs. Earl J. (Polly re: Sanford Genealogy), 1981
    Box   35 F   2
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to others [all genealogy related]: Bruccolli, Matthew (Fitzgerald/Hemingway Annual), 1977
    Box   35 F   3
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to others [all genealogy related]: Boltz, Russ E. “Rusty” (draft re: Job Arnold), 1977
    Box   35 F   4
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to others [all genealogy related]: Buske, Morris (Ernest Hemingway Foundation of Oak Park, drafts and copies), 1989
    Box   35 F   5
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to others [all genealogy related]: Griffin, Peter (copy re: Marcelline leaving Oberlin), 1985
    Box   35 F   6
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to others [all genealogy related]: Hemingway, Patricia S. “Patsy” (copies re: Hemingway Genealogy), 1978, 1985, 1989
    Box   35 F   7
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to others [all genealogy related]: Lannoy, Jacques (re: Lannoy Genealogy), 1979
    Box   35 F   8
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to others [all genealogy related]: Ledgerwood, Mrs. (Drafts re: Job Arnold), 1978-1979
    Box   35 F   9
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to others [all genealogy related]: Parker, Della (re: Beekman-Sanford Genealogy), 1980-1981
    Box   35 F   10
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to others [all genealogy related]: Rathburn, Oliver N. (Cousin, re: Wyckoff House and Assn., Inc.), 1979
    Box   35 F   11
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to others [all genealogy related]: Sanford, John E. (Drafts, copies), 1981, 1989
    Box   35 F   12
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to others [all genealogy related]: Sellenraad, Mr. (re: de Lannoy Genealogy), 1980-1981
    Box   35 F   13
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to others [all genealogy related]: Skillman, Lois (re: Genealogy), 1979-1980
    Box   35 F   14
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to others [all genealogy related]: Speier, Richard W. (re: Eldredge Genealogy), 1989
    Box   35 F   15
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence from Sterling S. Sanford to others [all genealogy related]: [no surname], Morris, 1989
    Box   36 F   1
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Akers, Comdr. George W., V-Mail Christmas Card, 1943
    Box   36 F   2
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Arthur, Mrs. Earl J. (Polly re: Sanford Genealogy), 1981
    Box   36 F   3
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Baker, Carlos (Prof., Princeton U.), 1977
    Box   36 F   4
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Bersheidt, Mrs. John (Cousin Gertrude), 1901-1902, 1904, 1906, 1908
    Box   36 F   5
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Bersheidt, Mrs. John (Cousin Gertrude), 1940-1946
    Box   36 F   6
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Boltz, Edward D. (re: Sanford Genealogy), 1963
    Box   36 F   7
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Boltz, Russ E. “Rusty” (re: Job Arnold), [1977]
    Box   36 F   8
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Bruccoli, Matthew (Fitzgerald/Hemingway Annual Brochure), 1977-1978, 1981
    Box   36 F   9
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Bunch, John R., D.D.S. (re: Carol’s teeth), 1945
    Box   36 F   10
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Burns, Bess (Cousin), 1913?
    Box   36 F   11
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Burns, Frances E. (Aunt), 1912-1913
    Box   36 F   12
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Burns, Mrs. John, Christmas/New Year's Card, 1906?, 1914-1915
    Box   36 F   13
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Canfield, Charley, Victorian Greeting card, undated [1890s]
    Box   36 F   14
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Crocker, Emily S., 1918
    Box   36 F   15
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Cull, Lloyd L. and Vera, 1922
    Box   36 F   16
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: D., Mrs. B., Victorian Greeting card to “Baby” (Sterling S. Sanford), 1893
    Box   36 F   17
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Detroit Edison Company, General Correspondence (re: stock), 1918-1919
    Box   36 F   17
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Detroit Edison Company, Research Department Laboratory, Invitation to “Second Annual Blowout” [Party], March 29, 1921
    Box   36 F   19
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Detroit Fire and Marine Insurance Company (re: stock), 1918
    Box   36 F   20
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Dicken, Carrie L., 1899-1919
    Box   36 F   21
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Dicken, Carrie L., 1920-1936 (Scattered)
    Box   36 F   22
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Edwards [Sherman] Walden (re: being Sterliings' best man), 1922
    Box   36 F   23
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Eldridge, Robert F., attorney at Law (re: purchase of part of Sanford Farm and related correspondence), 1913-1914
    Box   36 F   24
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Emery, Ethel, 1967
    Box   36 F   25
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Ernest Hemingway Foundation of Oak Park (Morris Buske), 1984-1989
    Box   36 F   26
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Ferguson, Pamela Kesler, 1986
    Box   36 F   27
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Friend, Walter (Hattie, re: Wyckoff Genealogy), 1969
    Box   36 F   28
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Gardner, Mrs. Carol "Beefy," 1976
    Box   36 F   29
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Griffin, Peter, 1985
    Box   37 F   1
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Hall, Columbus (Uncle), Victorian Greeting Card, 1898
    Box   37 F   2
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Hall, E. C. (Aunty Libbie, Mrs. Columbus C. Hall), 1909
    Box   37 F   3
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Hall, Howard H. (re: Hall Genealogy), 1983
    Box   37 F   4
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Hall, John M. (Uncle), 1906-1907, 1909-1914
    Box   37 F   5
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Hall, Lou[ise], 1941
    Box   37 F   6
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Hashaway, F. R., Michigan Sugar Co., 1918
    Box   37 F   7
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Hashaway, F. R., Michigan Sugar Co., 1918
    Box   37 F   8
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Hatton, Hixie Boykin, 1967
    Box   37 F   9
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Hemingway, Adelaide S. (Aunt), 1943-1944
    Box   37 F   10
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Hemingway, James S. "Jim," 1942, 1954
    Box   37 F   11
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Hemingway, Mary W. (Williams), 1962-1963
    Box   37 F   12
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Hemingway, Patricia S. "Patsy" (re: Hemingway Genealogy), 1976-1979
    Box   37 F   13
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Hemingway, Patrick [Ernest's son], 1967
    Box   37 F   14
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Hemingway, Mrs. Mary S. (Aunt Mollie) [George Sanford's sister], 1899
    Box   37 F   14
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Hemingway, Mrs. A. J. (Adelaide), 1942, 1944-1946
    Box   37 F   15
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: [Johnson], Walter [E.], 1942, 1944-1946
    Box   37 F   16
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Kraus, Harry F., Sr., 1983
    Box   37 F   17
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Kraus, Lowell, 1942, 1953
    Box   37 F   17
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Kraus, Lowell, 1942, 1953
    Box   37 F   18
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Kraus, Maude, 1909, 1912
    Box   37 F   19
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Lehner, Walter J., Letter of recommendation for Sterling, 1918
    Box   37 F   20
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Malone, Carol, 1967
    Box   37 F   21
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Moody, [Mrs. Annabelle] Anna, 1922
    Box   37 F   22
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Mt. Clemens Public Schools, 1910
    Box   37 F   23
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: National Bank of Commerce (re: stock), 1918
    Box   37 F   24
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Orr, Robert M. (re: Memorial tribute to Mrs. Sanford, photographs), 1964
    Box   37 F   25
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Packard Motor Car Company (re: stock), 1918
    Box   37 F   26
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Parker, Della (re: Beekman-Sanford Genealogy), 1980-1981
    Box   37 F   27
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Peck Family, Christmas Card and Photograph, 1943
    Box   37 F   28
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Phelps, Glenn C., Invitation to Mt. Clemens High School Commencement, June 21, 1911
    Box   37 F   29
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Pulcipher, Mrs. K. D. (Jessie and Kay), 1967
    Box   37 F   30
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Rathburn, Oliver N. (Cousin re: Wyckoff House and Assn., Inc.), 1979, 1982, 1987
    Box   37 F   31
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Reck, Mrs. F. M. (Claire), 1967
    Box   37 F   32
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: REO Motor Car Company (re: stock), 1917
    Box   37 F   33
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Russell, Mabelle F., 1913
    Box   37 F   34
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Ryan, Jack, M.D. (re: Nancy Hanks), 1981
    Box   38 F   1
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Sanford, Carol H., 1931-1933
    Box   38 F   2
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Sanford, Carol H., 1936-1937
    Box   38 F   3
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Sanford, Carol H., 1939-1940
    Box   38 F   4
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Sanford, Carol H., 1941-1943
    Box   38 F   5
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Sanford, Carol H., January-May 1944
    Box   38 F   6
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Sanford, Carol H., September-November 1944
    Box   38 F   7
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Sanford, Carol H., January-April, September-October, December 1945
    Box   38 F   8
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Sanford, Carol H., February, September-December 1946
    Box   38 F   9
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: [Sanford?], Hattie (cousin), Victorian Greeting Card, [1890s]
    Box   38 F   10
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Sanford, Johnny Edmonds "Johnny", 1938-1946
    Box   38 F   11
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Sanford, Mrs. James B. (Maria Yeomans), 1899
    Box   38 F   12
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Schanker, Frank (Corpl., M.G. Co. 338th Infantry), 1918
    Box   38 F   13
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Schwartz, Roberta, and Newspaper Article (copy), Detroit News, January 23, 1986
    Box   38 F   14
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Sellenraad, Chris (re: Lennoy Genealogy), 1980-1981
    Box   38 F   15
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Sheppard, Mrs. L. M. (Cousin Helen), 1967, 1975
    Box   38 F   16
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Skillman, Charles (Cousin re: Skillman Genealogy), 1977
    Box   38 F   17
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Skillman, Lois (Cousin re: Hatfield Genealogy), 1980-1981, 1985, 1989
    Box   38 F   18
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Skillman, Lois (Cousin re: Wyckoff Genealogy), 1979-1983
    Box   38 F   19
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Spier, Mrs. Silas Benton, Graduation Card, [1919]
    Box   38 F   20
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Tarbill, Aleda, Invitation to Ohio Wesleyan University Commencement, 1918
    Box   38 F   21
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Tripp, Fannie (Teacher), Victorian Greeting Card, 1898
    Box   38 F   22
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: [U.S.] Treasury Dept., 1919
    Box   38 F   23
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: [U.S.] War Dept., General Correspondence, 1919
    Box   39 F   1
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Wedding Invitation of Lucille A. “Dicky” Dick to Sherman Walden “Wally” Edward, 1922
    Box   39 F   2
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Weeks, Edward “Ted” (Atlantic Monthly), Royalty Receipts and Related Correspondence, 1966-1967, 1973, 1978-1979
    Box   39 F   3
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Welles, Rt. Rev. Edward R. (re: Lannoy Genealogy) 1980
    Box   39 F   4
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Wendler, Adolph F., Invitation to Mt. Clemens High School Commencement, 1914
    Box   39 F   5
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: White, Trumbull (Bay View Reading Club); Telegram, 1915, 1923; 1922
    Box   39 F   6
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Williams, Donna Irene, Invitation to Caro High School Commencement Exercises, 1913
    Box   39 F   7
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Wise, Mrs. Lydia (tenant), 1946
    Box   39 F   8
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Wilson, Gorden [Thank you note for sending Gorden to U. of M. fresh Air Camp, and his photograph], 1922
    Box   39 F   9
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Wrona, Michael (re: Adelaide Grace (Hemingway) Livingston), 1988
    Box   39 F   10
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: Wrona, Michael (re: Skillman Genealogy), 1974-1979
    Box   39 F   11
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: [no surname], Donna, Christmas Card; Letter, 1915, 1918; 1967
    Box   39 F   12
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: [no surname], Ed, 1915, 1918; 1967
    Box   39 F   13
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: [no surname], Ed and Sally, 1967
    Box   39 F   14
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: [no surname], Edith (Cousin), 1922
    Box   39 F   15
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: [no surname], Harold, Christmas Card, 1914?
    Box   39 F   16
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford from: [no surname], Helen, 1967
    Box   39 F   17
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Mr./Mrs. Sterling S. Sanford (Hixie and Sterling) from: Hemingway, Isabel, 1983, 1986
    Box   39 F   18
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Mr./Mrs. Sterling S. Sanford (Hixie and Sterling) from: Hemingway, Patricia S. "Patsy" (re: Hemingway Genealogy), 1980-1985, 1988-1990, and undated
    Box   39 F   19
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Mr./Mrs. Sterling S. Sanford (Marcelline and Sterling) from: Bundy, Mrs. H[omer] L. (Mary), 1929
    Box   39 F   20
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Mr./Mrs. Sterling S. Sanford (Marcelline and Sterling) from: Coolidge, Mrs. David A. (Carol H. Sanford), 1961
    Box   39 F   21
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Mr./Mrs. Sterling S. Sanford (Marcelline and Sterling) from: Frentz, Mrs. A. J. (Frances Lawton), Thank You Note (and to Carol), 1929
    Box   39 F   22
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Mr./Mrs. Sterling S. Sanford (Marcelline and Sterling) from: Hatton, Hixie Boykin, 1953
    Box   39 F   23
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Mr./Mrs. Sterling S. Sanford (Marcelline and Sterling) from: [Hemingway], Aunt Grace, 1927
    Box   39 F   24
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Mr./Mrs. Sterling S. Sanford (Marcelline and Sterling) from: Hemingway, Hadley, 1923
    Box   39 F   25
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Mr./Mrs. Sterling S. Sanford (Marcelline and Sterling) from: Hemingway, Mary, undated [after 1961]
    Box   39 F   26
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Mr./Mrs. Sterling S. Sanford (Marcelline and Sterling) from: [Sanford], Hattie, 1938
    Box   39 F   27
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Mr./Mrs. Sterling S. Sanford (Marcelline and Sterling) from: Turauskis, Wilma, Thank You Note, 1962
    Box   39 F   28
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Mr./Mrs. Sterling S. Sanford (Marcelline and Sterling) from: Wedding Invitations of Florence Gould and Edward P. Livingston, 1930
    Box   39 F   29
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Mr./Mrs. Sterling S. Sanford (Marcelline and Sterling) from: Wedding Invitations of Florence Lane and Ernest A. Moody, 1928
    Box   39 F   30
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Mr./Mrs. Sterling S. Sanford (Marcelline and Sterling) from: [no surname], Claire and Frank, 1944-1945
    Box   39 F   31
    Sanford, Sterling S., Correspondence to Mr./Mrs. Sterling S. Sanford (Marcelline and Sterling) from: [no surname], Vicky and [illegible], 1962
    Box   40 F   1
    Sanford, Sterling S., Drawings, 1907
    Box   40 F   2
    Sanford, Sterling S., Drawings (from childhood, 2 folders), undated
    Box   40 F   3
    Sanford, Sterling S., Memorabilia, Business Cards (Sterling S. Sanford, Supervisor of Steam Sales, Detroit Edison Company, Detroit, Michigan), undated [after 1943]
    Box   40 F   4
    Sanford, Sterling S., Memorabilia, “(The) Sanfords” Glass Coaster, [undated]
    Box   40 F   5
    Sanford, Sterling S., Michiganensian a War Record, pub. By the Students of the University of Michigan (copy), 1919
    Box   40 F   6
    Sanford, Sterling S., Mt. Clemens High School, Ancient History 1 and 2 Workbook, [after 1907]
    Box   40 F   7
    Sanford, Sterling S., Mt. Clemens High School, Book Report; Essays, 1908-1909, 1914 and undated; undated
    Box   40 F   8
    Sanford, Sterling S., Mt. Clemens High School, English 2 Notebook [includes obituaries of Clara and Theddie Briggs, 1879, who died of scarlet fever in Chesterfield Twp., MI], 1909
    Box   40 F   9
    Sanford, Sterling S., Mt. Clemens High School, English History, Notebook, 1912
    Box   40 F   10
    Sanford, Sterling S., Mt. Clemens High School, Minstrel Program and Related Newspaper Clipping, [1911]
    Box   40 F   11
    Sanford, Sterling S., Mt. Clemens High School, Politics Notebook, [1912]
    Box   40 F   12
    Sanford, Sterling S., Presentation on "Elasticity of pipe bends" with Sabine Crocker, to the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 1932
    Box   40 F   13
    Sanford, Sterling S., "President's Address" Notes, [Possibly from the University of Michigan Commencement, Pres. Harry B. Hutchins], 1919
    Box   40 F   14
    Sanford, Sterling S., Programs, First Congregational Church, Bulletin (Lists Sterling as a new member), November 5, 1922
    Box   40 F   15
    Sanford, Sterling S., Programs, Mme. Schumann-Heink at Bay View, undated [1909]
    Box   40 F   16
    Sanford, Sterling S., Programs, Mme. Schumann-Heink at Bay View, undated [1909]
    Box   40 F   17
    Sanford, Sterling S., Scrapbook "My Vacation", 1909
    Box   40 F   18
    Sanford, Sterling S., State Savings Bank of Ionia, Payment to Michigan Reformatory, 1914
    Box   40 F   19
    Sanford, Sterling S., (A) Study of the Detroit Edison Company (booklet), 1914
    Box   40 F   20
    Sanford, Sterling S., Teachers Vocational Education Certificate, 1953
    Box   40 F   21
    Sanford, Sterling S., University of Michigan, Alumni Materials [Includes 1917 Class Directory of Engineers and Architects; and Commencement Program], 1956-1957
    Box   40 F   22
    Sanford, Sterling S., University of Michigan, Publications: Michigan Songs; Song Book Engineering Class, [after 1913], 1916
    Box   40 F   22
    Sanford, Sterling S., [U.S.] War Dept., Publication: Extracts from Manual of Physical Training for Use in the United States Army, 1918
    Box   41 F   1
    Sanford, Sterling S., Family Histories, Miscellaneous Notes and Related Correspondence, 1985
    Box   41 F   2
    Sanford, Sterling S., Family Histories, Sanford, Coat-of-Arms (copies), undated
    Box   41 F   3
    Sanford, Sterling S., Family Histories, Skillman, Colored photograph of Aaron and Eliza Ann (Van Norstrand) Skillman’s House, 19--
    Box   41 F   4
    Sanford, Sterling S., Family Histories, Skillman, Isaac, and Related Correspondence, 1976
    Box   41 F   5
    Sanford, Sterling S., Family Histories, Skillman, Isaac, George, and Related Correspondence, 1986
    Box   41 F   5
    Sanford, Sterling S., Family Histories, Skillman, Lecture on the Science of Astronomy by Aaron J. Skillman; Related Correspondence, 1837; 1982
    Box   41 F   6
    Sanford, Sterling S., Family Histories, Skillman, Lecture on the Science of Astronomy by Aaron J. Skillman; Related Correspondence, 1837; 1982
    Box   41 F   7
    Sanford, Sterling S., Family Histories, Wyckoff and Related Correspondence, 1979, 1981, and undated
    Box   41 F   8
    Sanford, Sterling S., Mementos, Carrie S. Sanford's Autograph Album, Dedicated to Sterling, 1892-1896
    Box   41 F   9
    Sanford, Sterling S., Mementos, Isaac Skillman, Silver Anniversary GAR [Grand Army of The Republic] National Encampment, Boston, pin and case, 1904
    Box   42 F   1
    Sanford, Sterling S., Legal-size, Correspondence (copy), to Carol, Jim, and John Sanford, with Correspondence between Ernest Hemingway and Marcelline Sanford, 1916-1951 (Facsimiles), 1916-1951, 1980
    Box   42 F   2
    Sanford, Sterling S., Legal-size, Family Histories, Beekman, Eleanor Roosevelt Connection, 1979, and undated
    Box   42 F   3
    Sanford, Sterling S., Legal-size, Family Histories, Hall, [after 1976]
    Box   42 F   4
    Sanford, Sterling S., Legal-size, Family Histories, Hall and Briggs, And Related Correspondence, 1973, 1978, 1983, 1989
    Box   42 F   5
    Sanford, Sterling S., Legal-size, Family Histories, Hancock, undated
    Box   42 F   6
    Sanford, Sterling S., Legal-size, Family Histories, Hemingway, and Related Correspondence (2 folders), undated
    Box   42 F   7
    Sanford, Sterling S., Legal-size, Family Histories, Job Arnold, and Related Correspondence, 1978, and undated
    Box   42 F   8
    Sanford, Sterling S., Legal-size, Family Histories, Lannoy and Related Correspondence (re: Eleanor Roosevelt connection), 1979-1980, and undated
    Box   42 F   9
    Sanford, Sterling S., Legal-size, Family Histories, Sanford and Related Correspondence, undated
    Box   42 F   10
    Sanford, Sterling S., Legal-size, Family Histories, Skillman and Related Correspondence, 1963, 1981, 1984
    Box   42 F   11
    Sanford, Sterling S., Legal-size, Family Histories, Wyckoff-Arnold and Related Correspondence, 1979
    Box   42 F   12
    Sanford, Sterling S., Legal-size, Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Sanford, Carrie E., Last Will and Testament [Originally with Phebe J. Skillman’s Last Will and Testament], February 13, 1897
    Box   42 F   13
    Sanford, Sterling S., Legal-size, Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Sanford, Hixie Boykin, Family History-Boykin and Related Correspondence, 1976
    Box   42 F   14
    Sanford, Sterling S., Legal-size, Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Skillman, Phebe J., Last Will and Testament, May 9, 1897
    Box   43 F   1
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Correspondence, Barto, William E. (University Club of Chicago), Welcome Note to James S. Sanford, 1929
    Box   43 F   2
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Correspondence, Bersheidt, Mrs. John (Gertrude), Correspondence to Mrs. Phoebe J. Skillman, 1895
    Box   43 F   3
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Correspondence, Biddulph, Anna A. (a nurse?), Correspondence to Mrs. Phoebe J. Skillman, 1895
    Box   43 F   4
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Correspondence, Caddy, Libbie, Correspondence to Mrs. Phoebe J. Skillman, 1895
    Box   43 F   5
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Correspondence, Coursolles, Louis J., Postcard to George S. Sanford, 18__ (re: George’s Canadian Patent No. 40, 989); copies of relevant patent information, 2006, 18--, 2006
    Box   43 F   6
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Correspondence, Dicken, Carrie L., Correspondence to Mrs. Phoebe J. Skillman, 1893, 1896
    Box   43 F   7
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Correspondence, Eldridge, Robert F. Attorney At Law, Correspondence to Carrie L. Dicken (re: Illness, Last Wishes of Carrie S. Skillman), November 1897-March 1898
    Box   43 F   8
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Correspondence, Gaissert, Margaret G., Correspondence to Mrs. Hixie B. Sanford, 1989
    Box   43 F   9
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Correspondence, Garnder?, Elizabeth, Correspondence to Carol Hemingway Sanford, 1936
    Box   43 F   10
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Correspondence, Mayfield, E. E., Correspondence to Mrs. Phoebe J. Skillman, 1890
    Box   43 F   11
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Correspondence, Pierce, L.A., Correspondence to Abram Skillman, 1866
    Box   43 F   12
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Correspondence, Post, Amelia C., Correspondence to Mrs. Phoebe J. Skillman, 1895
    Box   43 F   13
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Correspondence, Quick, Joseph, Correspondence to Mrs. Phoebe J. Skillman, 1890
    Box   43 F   14
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Correspondence, Sanford, Carrie E. “Dot”, Correspondence to Carrie L. Dicken, 1890
    Box   43 F   15
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Correspondence, Sanford, Carrie E. “Dot”, Correspondence to Carrie L. Dicken, 1891
    Box   43 F   16
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Correspondence, Sanford, Carrie E. “Dot”, Correspondence to Carrie L. Dicken, 1893
    Box   43 F   17
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Correspondence, Sanford, Carrie E. “Dot”, Correspondence to Carrie L. Dicken [[Some 1896 correspondence is dated 1897.], 1894, 1896-1897
    Box   43 F   18
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Correspondence, Sanford, Carrie E. “Dot”, Correspondence to Mrs. Phebe J. Skillman, July 25-August 11, 1889
    Box   43 F   19
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Correspondence, Sanford, Carrie E. “Dot”, Correspondence to Mrs. Phebe J. Skillman, August 12-29, 1890
    Box   43 F   20
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Correspondence, Sanford, Carrie E. “Dot”, Correspondence to Mrs. Phebe J. Skillman, December 1891-June 1892
    Box   43 F   21
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Correspondence, Sanford, Carrie E. “Dot”, Correspondence to Mrs. Phebe J. Skillman, 1895
    Box   43 F   22
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Correspondence, Sanford, James S. "Jim", Correspondence to Mrs. Dixon, 1979
    Box   43 F   23
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Correspondence, Sanford, James S. "Jim", Correspondence to Ernest Hemingway (photocopy), 1951
    Box   43 F   24
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Correspondence, Sanford, James S. "Jim", Correspondence to Sterling S. Sanford, 1940, 1942-1945
    Box   43 F   25
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Correspondence, Sanford, John E., Correspondence re: and Introduction to “Centennial Edition” of “At the Hemingways,” to James S. Sanford, 1996-1997
    Box   43 F   26
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Correspondence, Sanford, John E., Correspondence With Mrs. Robert Capps (Carolyn, a Sanford relative), Referred to James S. Sanford, , 1975
    Box   43 F   27
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Correspondence, Skillman, Abram, Correspondence to Mrs. Phebe J., Carrie E., and Fred Skillman, 1873
    Box   43 F   28
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Correspondence, Skillman, Abram and Carrie E., Correspondence to Mrs. Phebe J. and Fred Skillman, 1879-1880
    Box   43 F   29
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Correspondence, Skillman, Carrie E., Correspondence to Carrie L. Dicken, 1881
    Box   43 F   30
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Correspondence, Skillman, Carrie E., Correspondence to Carrie L. Dicken, 1885-1887
    Box   43 F   31
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Correspondence, Skillman, Carrie E., Correspondence to Carrie L. Dicken, 1888
    Box   43 F   32
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Correspondence, Skillman, Carrie E., Correspondence to Carrie L. Dicken, 1889
    Box   43 F   33
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Correspondence, Skillman, Fred, Correspondence and receipts (re: Fred's remains), May 2-10, 1888
    Box   43 F   34
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Correspondence, Skillman, Fred, Correspondence to Mrs. A. (Phebe J.) Skillman, 1885-1886, 1888
    Box   43 F   35
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Correspondence, Skillman, Mother, Correspondence to Phoebe J. Skillman, 1895
    Box   43 F   36
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Correspondence, Will, Capt. H. (Brother), Correspondence to Mrs. Skillman (addressed incorrectly to Carrie E. Skillman), 1888
    Box   44 F   1
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Not Correspondence, Bay View Assembly, Photograph of Baseball Team, 1914
    Box   44 F   2
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Not Correspondence, Bay View Assembly, Programs [Includes a lecture by Helen Keller and her Teacher, Mrs. Macy (Anne M. Sullivan)], 1913
    Box   44 F   3
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Not Correspondence, Beale, Mrs. James (Georgianna Skillman), Obituary (age 26), 1865
    Box   44 F   4
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Not Correspondence, Burns, Mr./Mrs. John (Frances E.), Photographs (portraits, she was George S. Sanford’s sister.), undated
    Box   44 F   5
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Not Correspondence, Crawford, Alice A. Poem “(The) Gates Ajar” [Probably in memory of Carrie A. Sanford, 1897], undated
    Box   44 F   6
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Not Correspondence, Hall, Columbus, Photographs (2) of the Columbus Hall House [where Sterling S. Sanford lived December 1893-January 2, 1923], 1893-1897, 1921
    Box   44 F   7
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Not Correspondence, Hall, Howard (Cousin), Photographs (portraits, 2), undated (circa 1907, before 1942)
    Box   44 F   8
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Not Correspondence, Hall, John, Newspaper Articles (copies re: his Tombstone, placed at Atwood Elementary School, Mt. Clemens. John Hall was Sterling's great-grandfather), 1973
    Box   44 F   9
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Not Correspondence, Hunter, Mrs. David W. (Anna Skillman), Obituary (age 33), 1897
    Box   44 F   10
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Not Correspondence, Medea, Mt. Clemens Bath Co., Luncheon Menu, 1907
    Box   44 F   11
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Not Correspondence, Mt. Clements Club of the University of Michigan, Constitution, undated
    Box   44 F   12
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Not Correspondence, Mt. Clemens High School, (the) Emsee [Yearbook], v. II, pub. By class of 1919; Photograph of the School’s front doors, 1919
    Box   44 F   13
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Not Correspondence, Mt. Clemens High School, 38th Commencement Program, 1909
    Box   44 F   14
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Not Correspondence, Pierce, Mrs. Joseph W. (Anna D.), Obituary (age 52, A Sanford/Skillman relative), 1874
    Box   44 F   15
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Not Correspondence, Sanford, Carol H., Grosse Pointe High School, Report Cards, 1938-1941
    Box   44 F   16
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Not Correspondence, Sanford, Carrie E., Certificate of Membership in the Order of the King’s Daughters and Sons, 1891
    Box   44 F   17
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Not Correspondence, Sanford, Carrie E., Journal [Diary] of her Wedding and Honeymoon, June 10-August 19, 1890
    Box   44 F   18
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Not Correspondence, Sanford, Carrie E., Obituary (original and copy), undated [1897]
    Box   44 F   19
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Not Correspondence, Sanford, Carrie E., Photographs (Portraits, 2); negative; Print Out from Scanned Negative, 2006
    Box   44 F   20
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Not Correspondence, Sanford, Carrie E. (Skillman) and George E. Sanford, Wedding Announcement, June 10, 1890
    Box   44 F   21
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Not Correspondence, Sanford, Helen Drake, China [trip] (copy), 1978
    Box   44 F   22
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Not Correspondence, Sanford, Mrs. Hixie B., Graveside Service Bulletin (Hixie died on October 19, 1988.), 1988
    Box   44 F   23
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Not Correspondence, Sanford, Mrs. Hixie B., "(the) Hixie waltz," dedicated to Sterling Sanford, by John Gunn, 1990
    Box   44 F   24
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Not Correspondence, Sanford, Mrs. James B. (Maria Yeomans), Photograph, undated [circa 1890s]
    Box   44 F   25
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Not Correspondence, Sanford, James S. "Jim," Biographical Information, Draft of Introduction re: Republication of "At the Hemingways" (partial), undated [circa 1999]
    Box   44 F   26
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Not Correspondence, Sanford, James S. "Jim," Biographical Information, Newspaper Clipping (copy), 1947
    Box   44 F   27
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Not Correspondence, Sanford, James S. "Jim," Biographical Information, War Ration Books; Application for New Adult Bicycle, 1945 and undated; 1942
    Box   44 F   28
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Not Correspondence, Sanford, Mr./Mrs. James B., Photographs (Portraits, Sterling's' great-grandparents), undated
    Box   44 F   29
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Not Correspondence, Glass-plate Negative of World War I Soldier, unidentified, undated
    Box   44 F   30
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Not Correspondence, Inventory of Household Furniture at 1503 Seyburn [Avenue, Detroit], 1940
    Box   44 F   31
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Not Correspondence, Memorabilia, Scrapbook "A Trip to our Peanut Plantation," undated [1890s]
    Box   44 F   32
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Not Correspondence, Photographs, unidentified (of relatives and friends, 6), undated
    Box   45 F   1
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Not Correspondence, Skillman, Aaron (1), Eliza Ann (Van Norstrand, 2) Photographs (copies), undated
    Box   45 F   2
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Not Correspondence, Skillman, Abram [Abraham, [Carrie E. (Skillman) Sanford’s father], Account of Goods Purchased in Vermillion [Illinois], April 2, 1861
    Box   45 F   3
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Not Correspondence, Skillman, Abram [Abraham, [Carrie E. (Skillman) Sanford’s father], Obituary (age 52), 1885
    Box   45 F   4
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Not Correspondence, Skillman, Abraham, Photograph (Portrait, framed wedding portrait), undated [circa 1861]
    Box   45 F   4
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Not Correspondence, Skillman, Abraham, Obituary (age 52), 1885
    Box   45 F   5
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Not Correspondence, Skillman, Carrie E., Account Book; Inventory [of Wedding Gifts] July 1880-April 1890; June 10, 1890
    Box   45 F   6
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Not Correspondence, Skillman, Carrie E., Journal [Diary], December 30, 1876-August 15, 1887
    Box   45 F   7
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Not Correspondence, Skillman, Carrie E., Memoranda Book [Diary, Deaths, Butter/Eggs Accounts, Lists of Books, Miscellaneous Notes], 1873-1874
    Box   45 F   8
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Not Correspondence, Skillman, Carrie E., Newspaper Clippings (re: 8th grade Commencement, Clinton Township, Macomb County, Michigan), undated [1884-1885]
    Box   45 F   9
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Not Correspondence, Skillman, Carrie E., Notes from the Bay View Assembly Children's Pavilion (Booklet), undated [July 1885, 1887-1888]
    Box   45 F   10
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Not Correspondence, Skillman, Carrie E., Photographs (carte-de-visite), undated [late 1860s]
    Box   45 F   11
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Not Correspondence, Skillman, Carrie E., Report Card, Mt. Clements Public School, 1879
    Box   45 F   12
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Not Correspondence, Skillman, Carrie E., Songbook Songs of redeeming love, 1882, inscribed "Miss Carrie E. Skillman, New Years, 1884, J.M.H. and M.M.H", 1884
    Box   45 F   13
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Not Correspondence, Skillman, Carrie E., Teacher contracts, Clinton Township, Macomb County, Michigan, 1884-1885
    Box   45 F   14
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Not Correspondence, Skillman, Fred [Carrie E. (Skillman) Sanford's brother], Obituary (age 21), undated [1888]
    Box   45 F   15
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Not Correspondence, Skillman, Fred [Carrie E. (Skillman) Sanford's brother], Photographs (portraits), both undated, one as a young child (circa late 1860s or early 1870s), one as a young man, (circa 1888), undated (circa 1860s or 1870s, 1888)
    Box   45 F   16
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Not Correspondence, Skillman, Harry H. [Carrie E. (Skillman) Sanford's brother], Obituary (age 1 year, 8 months, 29 days), 1865
    Box   45 F   17
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Not Correspondence, Skillman, Mr./Mrs. Abraham (Phebe Hall), Photograph (Wedding Portrait), undated [circa 1861]
    Box   45 F   18
    Sanford, Sterling S., Materials of Extended Family and Friends, Not Correspondence, Skillman, Mrs. Phebe J. (Hall), Photograph (Portrait), undated [circa 1890s?]
    Box   46 F   1
    Sanford, Sterling S., Rolled Photographs, 1) E.R.O.T.C. [Engineering Reserve Officers Training Corps], Camp Lee, Virginia, #4336, Thompson, Illinois Company, undated [1918]
    Box   46 F   2
    Sanford, Sterling S., Rolled Photographs, 2) Officers, Camp Forrest, Georgia, Col. Carey H. Brown, Commanding Officer, December 12, 1918
    Box   46 F   3
    Sanford, Sterling S., Rolled Photographs, 3) 23rd Provisional Recruit Company, 2nd Battalion, Engineer Replacement Troops, Lt. S. S. Sanford Commanding, North H. Losey Photographer, Chattanooga, Tennessee, #759, undated [1918]
    Box   47 F   1
    Periodicals, [Articles] By Ernest Hemingway, “Nobody ever dies,” Cosmopolitan, pp. 28-31, 74, 76 (front cover detached), March 1939
    Box   47 F   2
    Periodicals, [Articles] By Ernest Hemingway, “One trip across,” Cosmopolitan, pp. 20-23, 108, 110, 112, 114, 120, 122, April 1934
    Box   47 F   3
    Periodicals, [Articles] By Ernest Hemingway, “Two love poems,” pp. 94-100 by EH; and “Hemingway in Cuba” by Robert Manning, pp. 101-108, both in Atlantic Monthly, and Cover, August 1965
    Box   47 F   4
    Periodicals, [Articles] By Ernest Hemingway, “Two tales of darkness,” Atlantic Monthly, pp. 64-68, November 1957
    Box   47 F   5
    Periodicals, [Articles] About Ernest Hemingway, “Adventures in Hemingway’s Michigan” by Mike Michaelson, the Great Lakes Magazine, pp. 9-11, 35-37, and cover, Fall 1972
    Box   47 F   6
    Periodicals, [Articles] About Ernest Hemingway, “(An) American Storyteller” by staff, Time, pp. 70-77, and cover,  December 13, 1954
    Box   47 F   7
    Periodicals, [Articles] About Ernest Hemingway, “Ernest Hemingway: the young years” by Charles A. Fenton, Atlantic Monthly, pp. 25-34, cover, March 1954
    Box   47 F   8
    Periodicals, [Articles] About Ernest Hemingway, “Ernest Hemingway: the young years” by Charles A. Fenton, Atlantic Monthly, pp. 49-54, April 1954
    Box   47 F   9
    Periodicals, [Articles] About Ernest Hemingway, “Hemingway” by Carols Baker, Saturday Review, pp. 10-17, July 29, 1961
    Box   47 F   10
    Periodicals, [Articles] About Ernest Hemingway, “Hemingway among Princetonians” by Carols Baker, Princeton Alumni Weekly, v. LXIII, no. 9, pp. 6-9, 15; and New Hemingway letters,” p. 11, November 16, 1962
    Box   47 F   11
    Periodicals, [Articles] About Ernest Hemingway, “Hemingway and the world’s phoniest sport” by Milt Machlin, Argosy, v. 350, no. 2, pp. 24-29, 83-92, and cover, February 1960
    Box   47 F   12
    Periodicals, [Articles] About Ernest Hemingway, “Hemingway talking” by Milt Machin, Argosy, pp. 34-38, 84-86,  September 1958
    Box   47 F   13
    Periodicals, [Articles] About Ernest Hemingway, “(the) Hero of the code” by staff, Time, pp. 87-90, July 14, 1961
    Box   47 F   14
    Periodicals, [Articles] About Ernest Hemingway, “On dismembering Hemingway” by Philip Young, Atlantic Monthly, pp. 45-49, and cover, August 1965
    Box   47 F   15
    Periodicals, [Articles] About Ernest Hemingway, Review of his book, “(A) Moveable feast,” Saturday Review, pp. 29-30, 57, May 9, 1964
    Box   47 F   16
    Periodicals, [Articles] About Ernest Hemingway, Review of his book, “To have and have not,” Time, p. 79 and cover, October 18, 1937
    Box   47 F   17
    Periodicals, [Articles] About Ernest Hemingway, Review of his book, “Up north” by Sara Gay Dammann, the Graphic (Petoskey News), pp. 6-9 and cover, October 17, 1991
    Box   48 F   1
    Periodicals, [Articles] About Grace Hall Hemingway, Obituary, Time, p. 70, July 9, 1951
    Box   48 F   2
    Periodicals, [Articles] by Leicester Hemingway, “My brother, Ernest Hemingway, Pt. 1”, Playboy, v. 8, no. 12, pp. 48-78, December 1961
    Box   48 F   3
    Periodicals, [Articles] by Leicester Hemingway, “My brother, Ernest Hemingway, Pt. 2”, Playboy, v. 9, no. 1, pp. 36-45, 136-140, 143-145, see also p. 1, January 1962
    Box   48 F   4
    Periodicals, [Articles] by Leicester Hemingway, “My brother, Ernest Hemingway, Pt. 3”, Playboy, v. 9, no. 2, pp. 26-31, 35-42, February 1962
    Box   48 F   5
    Periodicals, [Articles] by Leicester Hemingway, Review of his book, “My brother, Ernest Hemingway,” Time, pp.86-88, March 16, 1962
    Box   48 F   6
    Periodicals, [Articles] by Leicester Hemingway, “(The) Sound of the trumpet,” Newsweek, pp.93-94, November 2, 1953
    Box   48 F   7
    Periodicals, [Articles] by Leicester Hemingway, “(The) Sound of the trumpet,” Time, p. 114, November 1953
    Box   48 F   8
    Periodicals, [Articles] by Marcelline Hemingway, “At the Hemingways,” Pt. 1 - Walloon Lake,” Atlantic Monthly, pp. 31-37, December 1961
    Box   48 F   9
    Periodicals, [Articles] by Marcelline Hemingway, “At the Hemingways,” Pt. 2 – My doctor father,” Atlantic Monthly, pp. 32-37,  January 1962
    Box   48 F   10
    Periodicals, [Articles] by Marcelline Hemingway, “At the Hemingways,” Pt. 3 – Ernest returns from war,” Atlantic Monthly, pp. 60-66, February 1962
    Box   48 F   11
    Periodicals, [Articles] by Marcelline Hemingway, “Theatre briefs”, Detroit Women’s City Club Magazine (various issues, 9 volumes), 1952, 1962-1964
    Box   48 F   12
    Periodicals, [Articles] About Marcelline Hemingway, “Marcelline Hemingway Sanford wins first prize with “Be seated”- a farce with music,” Cameo of Zeta Phi Eta, v. VI, no. 1, p. 8, November 1938
    Box   48 F   13
    Periodicals, [Articles] About Marcelline Hemingway, “Marcelline Hemingway Sanford wins first prize with “Be seated”- a farce with music,” Cameo of Zeta Phi Eta, v. VI, no. 1, p. 8, November 1938
    Box   48 F   14
    Periodicals, [Articles] About Marcelline Hemingway, Obituary, Newsweek, p. 55, December 23, 1963
    Box   48 F   15
    Periodicals, [Articles] About Marcelline Hemingway, Obituary, Time, p. 66, December 20, 1963
    Box   48 F   15
    Periodicals, [Articles] About Marcelline Hemingway, Various articles, Detroit Women's City Club Magazine (3 volumes), 1961-1963
    Box   49 F   1
    Periodicals, Legal-size, [Articles] by Ernest Hemingway, "(The) Christmas gift,” Look, pp. 29-37, April 20, 1954
    Box   49 F   2
    Periodicals, Legal-size, [Articles] by Ernest Hemingway, “(The) Great blue river,” Holiday, pp. 60-63, 95-97, see also p. 32, July 1949
    Box   49 F   3
    Periodicals, Legal-size, [Articles] by Ernest Hemingway, “(The) Snows of Kilimanjaro,” Esquire, pp. 36-37, 106-109, September 1949
    Box   49 F   4
    Periodicals, Legal-size, [Articles] by Ernest Hemingway, “Voyage to victory,” Collier’s, pp.11-13, 56-57, July 22, 1944
    Box   49 F   5
    Periodicals, Legal-size, [Articles] About Ernest Hemingway, “Ernest Hemingway: at 58 he’s Hollywood’s favorite author,” [no author], Parade Magazine, cover, p. 6, illustrations with text only, July 28, 1957,
    Box   49 F   6
    Periodicals, Legal-size, [Articles] About Ernest Hemingway, “(A) Farewell to machismo: revelations from Hemingway’s unpublished novels and notebook” by Aaron Latham, New York Times Magazine, pp. 52-55, 80, 82, 90, 92, 94, 96-99 and cover, October 16, 1977
    Box   49 F   7
    Periodicals, Legal-size, [Articles] About Ernest Hemingway, “Hemingway talks to American youth” by A. E. Hotchner, This week Magazine (Detroit News), pp. 10-11, 24, 26, and cover, October 18, 1959
    Box   49 F   8
    Periodicals, Legal-size, [Articles] About Ernest Hemingway, “(the) Hemingways in Sun Valley” (Photographic Essay), Life, v. 10, no. 1, pp. 49-57, January 6, 1941
    Box   49 F   9
    Periodicals, Legal-size, [Articles] About Ernest Hemingway, “Hemingway’s Michigan, Michigan’s Hemingway” by Dennis Moore, Photos by Al Henderson, Detroit (Detroit Free Press), pp. 14-15, 17-18, 20-21, November 24, 1974
    Box   49 F   10
    Periodicals, Legal-size, [Articles] About Ernest Hemingway, “(The) Most fascinating man I know” by Marlene Dietrich, This Week Magazine (Detroit News), pp. 8-9, February 13, 1955
    Box   49 F   11
    Periodicals, Legal-size, [Articles] About Ernest Hemingway, “(A) Portrait of Mister Papa” by Malcolm Cowley, Life, pp. 86-90, 93-94, 96-98, 100-101, January 10, 1949
    Box   49 F   11
    Periodicals, Legal-size, [Articles] About Ernest Hemingway, “(The) Private Hemingway from his unpublished letters, 1918-1961” by James Atlas, New York Times Magazine, pp. 23-30, 32, 64, 66, 68, 70-71, 83-84, 91, and cover, February 15, 1981
    Box   49 F   11
    Periodicals, Legal-size, [Articles] About Ernest Hemingway, “(A) Visit to Havana” by Kenneth Tynan, Holiday, pp. 54, 56, February 1960