Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
File — Box: 18, Folder: 27
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series: As the correspondents in this sub-subseries make evident, McIlhenny cultivated a social network that reached across noted names in all the arts, as well as titled gentry, royalty and political figures. Whenever celebrities of the stage, screen or concert hall were performing in Philadelphia, McIlhenny would invite them to his home at Rittenhouse Square, just a stone's throw away from the major theatres and hotels. Although they could not always accept the offer, invitees included Noel...
Dates: 1941, 1963
This collection consists of various records of the Tyson-Madeira family, including correspondence, photographs, and documentation of Tyson-Madeira artwork collections - both owned and those created by Carroll S. Tyson, Jr.