The archive consists largely of Marjorie Henderson's drawings and illustrated letters to her friend and collaborator, Ruth
Plumly Thompson. Also included are photographs, ink drawings, and approximately 300 tear sheets of a cartoon "Forgetiquette"
on which they collaborated.
Marjorie Henderson (popularly known as Marge) was a talented cartoonist, who by 19 years of age, was already a regular contributor
to the Saturday Evening Post among other publications. She grew up on the Main Line of Philadelphia. When she was eleven years
old, she began a correspondence with the editor of the children's page at the Philadelphia Public Ledger, another writer,
Ruth Plumly Thompson. They began a life long friendship and collaboration.
2 Linear Feet
3 flat boxes, 1 manuscript box, 1 small map folder
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Collection is open for research use.