Scope and arrangement
The papers deal with personal matters and are of biographical, rather than journalistic or corporate history interest. This collection consists of social correspondence, letters concerning charitable donations, memorabilia from her college days at Barnard, travel photographs from India and the Caribbean, awards and tributes received, her memoirs, copies of her obituary from The Times and other publications, and ephemera.
Correspondence can be found throughout the papers, but the majority is in other New York Times Company records collections: Arthur Hays Sulzberger Papers, Julius Ochs Adler Papers, Orvil Dryfoos Papers, Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Papers, and the papers of managing editors and other associates at The Times. Most extant materials from her childhood are included in the Adolph Ochs Papers.
The New York Times Company records. Iphigene Ochs Sulzberger papers are arranged in three series:
The letters are from family and friends. Some of the correspondents are well-known individuals in the political world and in the New York City region.
This series consists chiefly of correspondence arranged by personal name. However, much of Mrs. Sulzberger's correspondence with her husband, other members of her family ,and members of The Times staff will be found in the Arthur Hays Sulzberger Papers, Julius Ochs Adler Papers, Orvil Dryfoos Papers, Arthur Ochs Sulzberger Papers, and the papers of managing editors and other associates at The Times. Also see the scrapbooks for originals and copies of correspondence