Luella M. Wright Papers
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Acquisition and Processing Information: These materials were donated to the University Archives through Ms. Wright's estate in October 1963. Finding aid created by Denise Anderson, October 2007.
Scope and Contents
The Luella M. Wright papers include article reprints authored by Ms. Wright.
Luella Margaret Wright was born in Cedar Falls, Iowa, on June 20, 1881. She earned a Ph.B. at the University of Iowa in 1905. She took her M.A. (1919) and Ph.D. (1932) from Columbia University. Dr. Wright taught English at the Iowa State Teachers College in Cedar Falls, and at Coe College in Cedar Rapids, among other institutions. Wright authored books on the subject of the literature of Quakers. She joined the English Department faculty at the University of Iowa in 1920 as an instructor, and retired in 1951 as an associate professor. At Iowa, Dr. Wright taught a course in Shakespeare's early plays. Luella Wright died August 8, 1963.
[D. Anderson; 10/2007]
Folder, "Wright, Luella M.," Faculty and Staff Vertical Files collection (RG 01.15.03)
Papers of Hardin Craig (RG99.0054)
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