Edward W. Bok Correspondence with Charles Scribner’s and F.L. Olmsted
Edward W. Bok (1863-1930) was the famous editor of the Ladies’ Home Journal. After his retirement in 1920 he became a popular author. This collection contains his correspondence with his publisher Charles Scribner, microfilmed at Princeton University. Later he became involved in various philanthropic activities. Among these was a project to design a park in central Florida. He hired the best landscape architect, Frederick Law Olmsted, whom he frequently consulted.