|Title||Correspondence between LTM and Penn regarding "Compton"|
|Scope & Content||
A series of four letters establishing a meeting between Lydia Morris and representatives of the University of Pennsylvania "concerning the development and future use of 'Compton.'"
Two copies of Dec. 29., 1924 letter from Lydia Morris' representative to Josiah H. Penniman, president and provost of the university, seeking to arrange the meeting, which the university sought.
Original Jan. 10, 1925 letter from Penniman to sec'y Wm. H. Russell stating that Dr. Warren Laird, of the Department of Fine Arts Extension, and an associate, Professor Wheelwright, will seek an appointment.
Four copies of Jan. 15, 1925, letters from Russell to Laird setting a meeting date of Jan. 19 at Compton with Lydia Morris.
Original of Jan. 16 letter to Russell from law firm of Saul, Ewing, Remick and Saul acknowledging receipt of a copy of his letter setting the date.
Penniman, PhD, Josiah H
Russell, William H.
Saul, Maurice Bower
Morris, Lydia Thompson
|Year Range from||1920|
|Year Range to||1930|
|Dates of Creation||