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Finding Aid of the Alice Lavinia Long Papers
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Alice Lavinia Knoblauch married Haniel Clark Long in 1913. She painted, wove, and wrote poetry, which her husband collected and preserved. A collection of her poetry was privately printed (1967). The collection consists of manuscript material, printed material relating to Alice Long, correspondence, and ephemera. Manuscripts include The poems of Alice Lavinia Long, Alice's journal, and Christmas, 1939.
Alice Lavinia Knoblauch was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota; married Haniel Clark Long there on Aug. 12, 1913; after Long resigned his position at Carnegie Institute of Technology, they moved in 1929 to Santa Fe, New Mexico; she painted, wove, and wrote poetry, which her husband collected and preserved; she died on October 14, 1956 in Santa Fe; The poems of Alice Lavinia Long was privately printed in 1967.
2 boxes (1 linear ft.)
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