Mary Hallock Sargent (1922-2007) Papers
The Mary Hallock Sargent papers are comprised primarily of a typed notebook from her philosophy class, "Contemporary Thought," taken in 1944 at Northwestern. In it, she responds to different texts recommended for the class, connecting both her own experiences and her personal convictions with the beliefs expressed in the readings. In several sections of the notebook, she responds to the writings of Baker Brownell, a prominent Northwestern professor of the time. Annotations can also be seen scattered throughout her entries, though it appears that they are by Brownell's aide, Edward Groshell. Also present in the collection is a printed copy of the same notebook, produced by her husband after her death. In that version, most of the annotations, have likewise been transcribed. Finally, a few biographical materials and some items relating to the provenance of the papers complete the series.
- 1944 - 2008
- Sargent, Mary Hallock, 1922-2007 (Person)
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Mary Blaine Hallock Sargent (1922-2007) graduated from Northwestern University in 1944. Her papers include a notebook from a philosophy class with notes regarding former Professor Baker Brownell's writings and some biographical materials.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Lucius Manlius Sargent donated his wife's papers to the Northwestern University Archives in October, 2008 (Accession 08-162).
Tim Garrett; August 20, 2009.
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