Papers of Anna Vertrees Love Ackerly, 1960-1982
Collection consists of two biographical sketches (typescript copies) of Anna Vetrees Love Ackerly and clippings (photocopies) regarding Ackerly and her father.
Language of Materials
Materials in English.
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Copyright. Copyright in the Papers of Anna Vertrees Love Ackerly, as well as, copyright in other papers in the collection may be held by their authors, or the authors' heirs or assigns..
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Collection consists of biographical sketches of Anna Vertrees Love Ackerly; her son, Robert Allen Ackerly; and her father, Dr. Charles Love. Ana Vertrees Love Ackerly's biographical sketch details her birth, education, marriage, children and grandchildren. Newspaper clippings detail her membership in the New York State Federation of Home Bureaus, Hudson Valley Chapter in Orange County, New York, where she served as State President from 1959-1960. Memories about Ackerly from R.E. Blade, pastor of First Presybterian Church in Campbell Hall, New York, and her friend, Helen Bull Vandervort, are also included. The biographical sketch of Ackerly's son, Robert, and obituary for her father, Dr. Charles Love are also included.
Anna Vertrees Love Ackerly was born on February 28, 1893, to Dr. Charles S. Love and Ida Painter Love. She received a B.A. in home economics from Tusculum College (Tennessee) in 1916. She married Raymond Slaughter Ackerly on June 20, 1917, in Greene, Tennessee. They had three children, Robert Allen, Helen Ida, and Mary Emma. In 1928, she helped organize the Orange County (New York) Home Bureau; she was active in the New York State Federation of Home Bureaus for the next forty years and served as State President from 1959-1960. Ackerly died in January 1980 in Middletown, New York.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Accession number: 83-M21
The Papers of Anna Vertrees Love Ackerly were given to the Schlesinger Library by Helen Vandervort, Ackerly's cousin, in 1983.
Processed: March 1988 Updated and additional description added: February 2021 By: Amber L. Moore with assistance from Susan Earle
By: Susan von Salis
Updated and additional description added: February 2021
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