Greenwich Village (New York, N.Y.) -- 20th century
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Owner, Crumperie Tea Room; Red Cross volunteer; YWCA volunteer; Suffragist. Collection includes guest books and memorabilia from the Crumperie Tea Room (Greenwich Village, N.Y., 1916-26) with entries from theatrical and literary personalities; and materials from Mary Alletta Crump's volunteer work with the Grenfell Mission (Labrador) and American Women's Voluntary Service in World War I.
Author. Suffragist. Typescripts of Duganne's short stories comprise most of the collection, although there are also typescripts of five novels, a number of plays and scrapbooks. Correspondence with her agent Carl Brandt reflects her attempt to break into the television and film writing industries.
Robert Schulman had a 70-year journalism career that encompassed print and broadcast reporting, writing, and commentary in three different regions of the country. The collection contains typescript of the book "Romany Marie, Queen of Greenwich Village", a transcript of an interview with Romany Marie, correspondence, articles, clippings, a music score, and photographs. There is also a small amount of biographical information about Schulman.