The papers of Julia Cooley Altrocchi including correspondence, manuscripts, galley proofs, clippings, broadsides, publications
Julia Cooley Altrocchi (1893-1972) was an author and poet. A resident of Berkeley, California from 1928 until her death, Cooley
Altrocchi was born in Seymour, Connecticut and raised in Chicago, Illinois. The daughter of Harlan Cooley and Nellie Wooster
Cooley, Cooley Altrocchi attended University High School at the University of Chicago and graduated from Vassar College in
1914. She married Rudolph Altrocchi in 1920. The couple moved to the San Francisco Bay Area upon the latter’s appointment
as Professor and Chair of the Italian Department at the University of California, Berkeley; after holding positions at Columbia
University, University of Pennsylvania, Harvard University, the University of Chicago and Brown University.
13 cartons, 5 oversize boxes, 2 oversize folders, 3 cardfile boxes, 7 volumes
(16.8 linear feet)
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