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Betty Adler Papers

 Collection
Identifier: 2014 -20

Content Description

This donation consists of a letter to Betty Adler from General John J. Pershing regarding the manuscript for her book Within the Year After and Adler's business card.

Dates

  • 1920

Creator

Conditions Governing Access

This collection is open for research.

Conditions Governing Use

Materials are available for use in the Richardson-Sloane Special Collections Center only.

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Biographical / Historical

Betty Adler was born 2 March 1875 to Philip E. and Bertha Adler in Chicago, IL. She grew up in Ottumwa, IA then moved to Davenport, IA when her brother, E.P. Adler, took over as publisher of the Davenport Times newspaper. Betty worked as society editor for the newspaper and authored several books in her own right. She was active in Davenport's civic and welfare work, most notably the Visiting Nurses' Association and Davenport Women's Club. She married attorney Henry Waterman in 1921 and died in Geneseo, IL 16 February 1925. She is buried in Mt. Nebo Cemetery, Davenport, IA.

Extent

1 Files

Language of Materials

English

Physical Location

Range 33 Section 1 [shares box]

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Gift

Language of description
English
Script of description
Latin

Repository Details

Part of the Richardson-Sloane Special Collections Center Repository

Contact:
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Davenport IA 52801-1490 United States



About the Richardson-Sloane Special Collections Center:

The Special Collections Department of the Davenport Public Library was established in 1982. In November of 1999, the newly renovated department opened to better serve its community and was renamed the Richardson-Sloane Special Collections Center. The Center acquires, arranges, describes, preserves, and makes available local history and genealogical materials concentrating on those pertaining to Davenport, Scott County, and Eastern Iowa.

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