The Documents of Ida M. Tarbell

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The Documents of Ida M. Tarbell

 

This collection of Ida M. Tarbell's papers encompass her professional life (1890-1943) as a journalist, author, and lecturer. Her research materials pertaining to The History of the Standard Oil Company are housed at the Drake Well Museum in Titusville. For further information about the papers of Ida M. Tarbell, please contact Jane Westenfeld (jwestenf@allegheny.edu), 814.322.3789.

Sub-communities within this community

  • In this community, there are the chapter drafts for her original worked titled Recollections (her original autobiography), chapters for All in A Day's Work, and within the notes there are narratives, letters, notebook pages ...
  • Letters, notes (1890s - 1943) relating to Ida Tarbell's professional life
  • The collection, given to Allegheny College in 1938 by Tarbell, contains her research notes, manuscripts, newspaper clippings, correspondence pertaining to Abraham Lincoln and his life.
  • While The Writings of Ida M. Tarbell are being added to DSpace, a finding aid to the print collection is available at