IOWA WOMEN’S ARCHIVES
UNIVERSITY OF IOWA LIBRARIES
IOWA CITY, IOWA
.5 linear inches
ACQUISITION: The papers (donor no. 179) were donated by Virginia Randolph in 1993.
ACCESS: The papers are open for research.
COPYRIGHT: Copyright has been transferred to the University of Iowa.
PHOTOGRAPHS: In folder 1.
PROCESSED BY: Kristen Rassbach, 1997.
Virginia Randolph is a poet of poetry and a resident of Anamosa, Iowa. She is the niece of newspaper columnist Elizabeth Wherry.
Scope and Content Note
The Virginia Randolph papers date from 1929 to 1993 and measure .5 linear inches. The papers consist of a book of poetry by Randolph, a newspaper clipping written by Randolph, the autobiography of Randolph's grandmother, Ella Cripliver, and reminiscences by Randolph about her aunt Elizabeth Wherry. Photocopies of several of Elizabeth Wherry's "Country Air,"columns, Wherry's obituary, and a photograph of Wherry are also included.
Elizabeth Wherry papers
Wherry was Randolph's aunt