Papers of Edward C. Mack (1904-1998), related to the writing of the book, Peter Cooper, Citizen of New York
Includes papers from 1934-1958, chiefly 1940s-1950s.
Call Number: C 2E M155 Shelf P
Provenance: Papers were donated to the Cooper Archives July 24, 2001 by Mary Lee Ingbar, daughter of Edward Mack.
Edward C. Mack wrote the biography, “Peter Cooper: Citizen of New York,” published in 1949 by Duell, Sloan & Pearce. Mack’s other works include a biography of Thomas Hughes and a book on the public school in Britain.
The Mack papers include a preliminary biographical sketch of Peter Cooper and correspondence with Edward Ringwood Hewitt.
Extent of Collection: 1 box; 0.4 linear feet.
Finding Aid prepared by Mitsuko Brooks, March, 2010.
The Papers of Edward C. Mack, Relating to the writing of the book Peter Cooper, Citizen of New York are held in the Cooper Archives of the Cooper Union Library, 7 East 7th Street, New York, NY 10003.
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