Scope and arrangement
The Meta Warrick Fuller Papers consist of personal and professional papers, correspondence (1880's-1960's), subject files, her estate papers, and diaries documenting aspects of the career of this important sculptor. Papers pertaining to Fuller's artistic career consist of files providing lists and prices of her artwork and exhibitions during and after her lifetime, her poetry and prose, and biographical information. Her diaries cover the years 1895-1897 and 1940-1965 (incomplete); she also maintained address and guest books.|||Family papers include correspondence, and documents from the estate of her brother, William Henry Warrick, a prominent Philadelphia physician. Papers pertaining to her husband, Dr. Solomon C. Fuller, a noted psychiatrist, includes correspondence and publications. Additionally, there is poetry written by her son, Solomon C. Fuller, Jr., and files he kept dealing with Meta Fuller's estate and requests for loans of her artwork for exhibitions.