Nancy Cox-McCormack papers, 1911-1965

Cox-McCormack, Nancy, 1885-1967


600 items and 4 v..
Correspondence, photographs, and memoirs relating to Nancy Cox-McCormack's commissions as a sculptor of images of prominent Europeans and Americans. Her subjects included Jane Addams, Giacomo Boni, Lauro De Bosis, Edward Ward Carmack, Rev. John Cavanaugh, Charles Upson Clark, Clarence Darrow, Rudulph Evans, Henry P. Fletcher, Mahatma Gandhi, Alice Gerstenberg, Dr. Laurence M. Gould, Charles Haubiel, Marian MacDowell, Benito Mussolini, Harold Noice, Max Pam, Ezra Pound, Lola Ridge, and Eunice Tietjens. The papers include two volumes of photographs of these sculptures as well as letters and memoirs related to the execution of the commissions. Other correspondence focuses on sixteen months spent in Italy (1952-1954) by Cox-McCormack and her husband, Charles T. Cushman, and on descriptions of post-World War II France by the family of Maurice Triand of Bordeaux. Approximately 300 letters (1948-1963) from Margaret Storrs Grierson (Archivist, Smith College) concern the Sophia Smith collection of papers of professional women graduates of Smith College.
Also on microfilm.
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Unpublished finding aid in the repository.

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