National Museum of American History
P.O. Box 37012
MRC 601/Room 1100
Washington, DC 20013-7012
1.3 cu. ft.: 4 boxes
Juliette Arden, daughter of Henry Arden, a lawyer and inventor, was interested in preserving good in the late 19th century-early 20th century. She was the director of Girls' Club, director of the Class Department of Dr. Parkhurst's Mission as well as working with the poor. She had a talent for openly supporting persons who were taken advantage of by businesses and other commercial organizations. A variety of materials concerning the lives of Henry and Juliette Arden, including blueprints of Henry's inventions, business and legal papers concerning Henry's activities, correspondences by Juliette Arden and photographs.