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James Edmund Scripps Papers

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Identifier: 1987-01
Abstract James Edmund Scripps, father of Cranbrook founder Ellen Scripps Booth, was born in London on March 19, 1835 and emigrated to the United States in 1844, settling in Rushville, Illinois. After working on the family farm, Scripps moved to Chicago to work as a reporter for the Chicago Democratic Press, which was co-founded by his uncle, John Locke Scripps. After relocating to Detroit in 1859, he worked for the Detroit Daily Advertiser. On September 16, 1862, Scripps married Harriet Josephine...
Dates: 1850 - 1980; Majority of material found within 1881 - 1943

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Booth, George G. (George Gough) 6
Christ Church Cranbrook 6
Cram, Ralph Adams 4
Cranbrook (Bloomfield Hills, Mich.) 4
Cranbrook Foundation 4
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University of Michigan 4
Booth, Ellen Warren Scripps 3
Booth, Henry Scripps 3
Cranbrook School (Bloomfield Hills, Mich.) 3
Detroit Institute of Arts 3
Episcopal Church. Diocese of Michigan 3
Goodhue, Bertram Grosvenor 3
Kirchmayer, Johannes 3
Marquis, Samuel S. (Samuel Simpson) 3
Saarinen, Eero 3
Saarinen, Loja (Minna Carolina Mathilde Louise Gesellius ) 3
Swanson, J. Robert F. (Jons Robert Ferdinand) 3
Connick, Charles J. (Charles Jay) 2
Cram and Ferguson 2
Cram, Goodhue, and Ferguson 2
Cranbrook Educational Community 2
Cranbrook Institute of Science 2
Cranbrook Kingswood School (Bloomfield Hills, Mich.) 2
Detroit News (Firm) 2
Eames, Charles 2
Ford, Henry 2
GM Technical Center 2
Hatt , Robert T. (Robert Torrens) 2
Kirk, Arthur Nevill 2
Knoll Associates, Inc. 2
Knoll, Florence 2
Knoll, Hans 2
Lorch, Emil 2
Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2
Milles, Carl 2
Page, Herman Riddle, Bishop 2
Sampe, Astrid 2
Scripps, James E. (James Edmund) 2
Society of Arts and Crafts (Boston, Mass.) 2
Stratton, Mary Chase Perry 2
Aalto, Alvar 1
Abels, L. Gale (Lewis Gale) 1
Addams, Jane 1
All Saints’ Ashmont (Parish : Boston, Mass.) 1
Ardolino, Edward 1
Bach, Oscar Bruno 1
Bank of Montreal 1
Bonawit, Owen G. 1
Booth, Carolyn Farr 1
Booth, James Scripps 1
Booth, Ralph H. (Ralph Harman) 1
Bradford, Francis Scott 1
Brigham, Charles 1
Brookside School 1
Buckberrough, John 1
Cascieri, Arcangelo, 1
Charles E. Lauriat Co. 1
Charles Scribners Sons Building (New York, N.Y.) 1
Church of St. Mary the Virgin (New York, N.Y.) 1
Church of the Intercession (New York, N.Y.) 1
Clark, Thomas E. 1
Cleveland Museum of Art 1
Concordia Senior College (Fort Wayne, Ind.) 1
Cooke, Edward S., Jr. (Edward Strong) 1
Cranbrook House & Gardens (Organization) 1
Cranbrook Press 1
Detroit Industrial Mission 1
Detroit Society of Arts and Crafts 1
Detroit Trust Company 1
Edw. F. Caldwell & Co. 1
Eero Saarinen & Associates 1
Ehrich Galleries 1
Episcopal Church Women 1
Ford Motor Company 1
Frayer, William Alley 1
Fredericks, Marshall 1
General Motors Corporation 1
Girard, Alexander 1
Grigny, Nicolas de 1
Hammarstrom, Olav 1
Henry Ford Peace Expedition 1
Herter Brothers (New York, N.Y.) 1
Herter, Albert 1
Irving & Casson 1
James J. Hill House (Saint Paul, Minn.) 1
James Powell & Sons (Whitefriars) Ltd. 1
Kausch, Jack (John W.) 1
Kellogg, Frederick William 1
Kempe, Charles Eamer 1
Lauriat, Charles E. 1
Lawrie, Lee 1
Le Brun, Napoleon 1
Manship, Paul 1
Maroti, Geza 1
Martin, Dan M. 1
McRae, Milton A. (Milton Alexander) 1
Michigan. Legislature. Senate 1
Milles, Olga Granner 1
Morris & Co. (London, England) 1
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston 1
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