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Gibbs, Jeannette Phillips, 12/30/1901 - 08/25/1957

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 22

Scope and Contents note

From the Collection:

The Rogers Family Papers consist of fifteen series, the first being on the Rogers & Clarke families in general, and the remainder focusing on the papers of individuals such as James Webb Rogers I, J. Harris Rogers, James Charles Rogers, Cora Rogers Clarke, Phillips H. Clarke Jr., Mae Harris Clarke and George E. Sullivan. The final series contains objects and oversize materials of varying types.

Extent: 30 linear feet Number of Boxes: 19, with 11 oversize containers


  • 12/30/1901 - 08/25/1957

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From the Collection: 44.5 Linear Feet (30 boxes)

Language of Materials


Container Summary

8 ALSs and 1 autograph postcard from Jeannette Phillips Gibbs to her cousin, Mae Harris Clarke; 2 TLSs form from Jeannette and Arthur Hamilton Gibbs together to MHC; and 1 autograph postcard and 1 telegram from A. Hamilton Gibbs. Includes a report card from Jeannette Gibbs' elementary School and a letter from her father, Benjamin Phillips, to her while she was in high school. Also includes a signed typescript of a poem by A. Hamilton Gibbs for MHC which had originally been framed. 2 clippings about Jeannette Phillips Gibbs. (Jeannette Phillips was the daughter of Benjamin Phillips, the brother of Annie Phillips who was the wife of R. L. B. Clarke.)

Repository Details

Part of the Georgetown University Manuscripts Repository

Lauinger Library, 5th Floor
37th and O Streets, N.W.
Washington DC 20057