Finding aid created by: -
Date: circa 1970
|21 May 2010||converted to EAD (MRC)|
Overview of the Collection
|Creator:||Sherwood, Rose L.Wells, Gladys S.|
|Title:||Rose Sherwood / Gladys Wells Papers|
|Quantity:||2.0 linear feet|
|Abstract:||Correspondence, 1896-1961; travel journals, 1920, 1924-1932; and writings of Rose L. Sherwood. Inscribed books, memorabilia, teaching materials, and writings of Gladys S. Wells, 1948-1961.|
|Repository:||Special Collections Research Center,
Syracuse University Libraries
222 Waverly Avenue
Syracuse, NY 13244-2010
Little is known of Rose L. Sherwood or her daughter Gladys S. [Sherwood?] Wells other than what can be gleaned from the collection. Rose evidently enjoyed the theater and wrote articles for Broadway Magazine. According to her daughter, she was a pioneer woman insurance executive. Gladys may have been a teacher of English and was clearly interested in Japan and Japanese culture. Both women traveled to Europe and Gladys went to Japan.
The Rose Sherwood / Gladys Wells Papers consists of the papers of two women, Rose L. Sherwood and Gladys S. [Sherwood?] Wells.
Rose L. Sherwood's papers contain correspondence, two travel diaries (one of a California trip, the other of "European travels"), memorabilia, and writings (two articles published in Broadway Magazine).
Gladys S. Wells' papers include published books by others, both fiction and non-fiction; memorabilia, most related to a trip to Japan; teaching materials, including some on teaching English to Spanish-Americans; a research paper by Wells on well-known author Lafcadio Hearn; and assorted memorabilia, including some relating to conferences and conventions.
Material is arranged alphabetically by topic.
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Hearn, Lafcadio, 1850-1904.
Sherwood, Rose L.
Wells, Gladys S.
English language -- Study and teaching -- Foreign speakers.
California -- Description and travel.
Europe -- Description and travel.
Japan -- Description and travel.
Genres and Forms
Preferred citation for this material is as follows:
Rose Sherwood / Gladys Wells Papers,
Special Collections Research Center,
Syracuse University Libraries
Sherwood, Rose L.
|Sherwood, Rose L.|
|Box 1||General 1896-1897, 1923-1961 (4 folders)|
|Box 1||Insurance-related 1932-1961|
|Box 1||California trip 1920|
|Box 1||European travels 1924-1932|
|Box 1||Plaque honoring membership in The Equitable Veteran Legion 1955|
|Box 1||Scrapbook 1923-1946|
|Box 1||Theater programs 1951-1964, undated|
|Box 1||Miscellaneous items 1896-1937|
|Box 1||"Hello, beautiful" in Broadway Magazine, p. 24 30 May 1931|
|Box 1||"The little side room" in Broadway Magazine, p. 44 11 Apr 1931|
|Box 1||Alger, Horatio. Tom the bootblack, or A western boy's success. New York, The New York Book Company 1909|
|Box 1||Apton, Adolph Abraham. Your mind and appearance. New York, Citadel Press 1951 - inscribed by the author to Mrs. Jutta Fist, and by Mrs. Fist to Gladys Wells|
|Box 2||Caprio, Frank. Helping yourself with psychiatry. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, Prentice-Hall 1957 - inscribed by the author to Gladys Wells|
|Box 2||Greenough, William C. and Francis P. King. Retirement and insurance plans in American colleges. New York, Columbia University Press 1959|
|Box 2||Lawing, Nellie Neal. Alaska Nellie. [Seattle?], Chieftain Press - inscribed by "Alaske Nellie" to Gladys Wells|
|Box 2||[New South Wales]. New South Wales, Australia. [Sydney?] 1959?|
|Box 2||Roosevelt, Eleanor. This is my story New York, Bantam Books 1950 - paperback; inscribed by the author to Gladys Wells|
|Box 2||Tugwell, Rexford G. The art of politics, as practiced by three great American: Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Luis Munoz Marin, and Fiorello H. La Guardia. Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday 1958 - inscribed by the author|
|Box 2||Photocopies of miscellaneous items|
|Box 2||Japan trip 1948-1949|
|Box 2||Japan (mostly Utsonomiya) 1949|
|Oversize 1||"A photograph report of occupied Japan" by Gladys S. Wells 1948-1949, 1951|
|Box 3||Postcard album of Japan trip|
|Box 3||Scrapbook of Japan trip 1948-1949, 1955|
|Box 3||Souvenirs 1948|
|Box 3||Convention and conference programs 1957-1960|
|Box 2||La Boheme, cahiers 13-15 1963-1964|
|Box 2||French News Jan 1961|
|Box 2||The French Review, 6 issues May 1963-May 1964|
|Oversize 2||Japanese calendar art 1962|
|Box 3||Newspaper obituaries, photocopies 1951, undated|
|Box 4||Published material 1932-1963 - includes single numbers of periodicals and an exhibition catalog|
|Box 4||Asia - printed material (3 folders)|
|Box 4||Speech and reading - printed material|
|Box 4||Teaching of English to Spanish-Americans - printed material|
|Box 4||Yugoslavia - printed material|
|Box 4||"The human cricket and the phantom past" 1961 - research paper on Lafcadio Hearn|