Cornelia Kelley Wolfe Papers, 1855-1968 | University of Illinois Archives
Series Number: 15/7/31
Volume: 2.3 cubic feet
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Description: Papers of Cornelia Kelley Wolfe (1897-1972), Ph.D. '30, professor of English (1950-67), including correspondence (1918-68), manuscripts, publications, speeches, newspaper clippings, lecture notes, course outlines, examinations and student essays relating to english grammar and literature, American literature and the career and writings of Henry James. The papers include family photographs (1875-85) and Bible, student signature books (1918) from undergraduate days at Colby College, Maine, diaries and picture postcards of European travels, Unitarian literature and publications, a copy of The Early Development of Henry James (1930) by Cornelia Kelley and copies of The Victorian Newsletter. Correspondent include Leon Edel, Mildred Howells, Percy Long, Theodora Bosanquet and relatives.