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COLLECTION Identifier: A-52

Papers of Elizabeth Tilton, 1914-1949

Diaries, drafts of autobiographical and family history books, correspondence, etc., of Elizabeth Tilton, temperance crusader, feminist, and writer.

Dates

  • 1914-1949

Language of Materials

Materials in English.

Access Restrictions:

Access. Unrestricted with the exception of #5v-8v, 12v, 14-18, and 22-23, which are closed; use microfilm M-59, reels 993-994.

Conditions Governing Use

Copyright. Copyright in the papers created by Elizabeth Tilton as well as copyright in other papers in the collection may be held by their authors, or the authors' heirs or assigns.

Copying. Papers may be copied in accordance with the library's usual procedures.

Extent

7.51 linear feet (18 file boxes) plus 1 oversize folder, 1 supersize folder, 2 reels of microfilm (M-59, reels 993-994, no. M30)

The papers of Elizabeth (Hewes) Tilton were initially processed in the early 1960s. They have been re-processed to include the 1965 gift of her nephew, Henry Hewes, which consisted of additional diaries, writings, and correspondence.

During the processing of the original collection, clippings, printed material and other items pinned to or folded between pages of the diaries were removed. Those pertaining to Tilton were kept and filed elsewhere in the collection; those pertaining to the prohibition movement in general or to her other interests were moved to the Library's vertical files or discarded. This procedure was continued in the re-processing.

The papers in this collection pertain to Tilton's activities in education and in the suffrage, peace, and prohibition movements from 1914 until the mid-1930s. There is a small amount of biographical and genealogical material, but, except in the autobiographical writings, there is no documentation of Tilton's childhood, youth, or family relationships.

Series I, Personal, is composed mainly of diaries, with one folder of biographical and genealogical material and one folder of photographs. The diaries (4v-25v) are nearly complete for the years 1918-1934 and detail Tilton's temperance activities. Typed transcripts of many diary pages will be found among the drafts of and miscellaneous notes for Tilton's autobiographies.

Series II, Writings, contains drafts of books (29-119), most of which are autobiographies or family histories; and manuscript, typescript, and printed versions of articles and stories (120-212). Most of the latter concern prohibition, though some are concerned with childhood education and others may be parts of Tilton's autobiographical writings. Also included are letters to the editor (213 - 219); correspondence about her writings (221); and a folder of miscellaneous notes and unidentified pages (220).

Series III, Health and Education, details Tilton's involvement with the National Congress of Parents and Teachers. The National Congress of Parents and Teachers was organized on February 17, 1897 as the National Congress of Mothers. In 1908 the name was changed to the National Congress of Mothers and Parent-Teacher Associations; the change to National Congress of Parents and Teachers was made in 1924.

These National Congress of Parents and Teachers files are not complete. They include minutes and reports of the Board of Managers and the Executive Committee (222 - 232); reports of the Legislative Committee, of which Tilton was national chairman (233-241); correspondence, most concerning Tilton's activities (244-253); publications (242); and subject files (254-268), which contain primarily printed material of interest to Tilton and the National Congress of Parents and Teachers and which are arranged alphabetically.

Series IV, Prohibition, concerns Tilton's primary interest; her diaries and writings (Series I and II) show her to have been a tireless temperance leader.

This series contains correspondence (269-305); speeches, statements, and news releases (306-309); subject files (310-343); and clippings (344-351). The subject files include printed material and some correspondence with or about organizations with which Tilton was associated.

BIOGRAPHY

Elizabeth (Hewes) Tilton, Unitarian feminist and temperance crusader, was born on March 13, 1869, in Salem, Massachusetts, the daughter of Eleanor Fox (Jewett) and James Tracy Hewes. She attended Radcliffe College in 1887-1888. On January 10, 1911 she married William F. Tilton of Cambridge. She died on March 17, 1950, after a long illness, at her winter home in Winter Park, Florida.

Beginning in 1911 and until failing health curtailed her activities in the mid-'30's, Tilton devoted much of her time and energy to the causes of woman suffrage, peace, education, and prohibition. From 1911 to 1913 she and other volunteers of the Boston Associated Charities worked with a group of physicians led by Dr. Charles Putnam and Dr. John W. Elliott on a "poster campaign against alcohol." Until this time advertising had been little used by private organizations. As director of the Unitarian Temperance Society (1913-1914), Tilton took part in a survey of various liquor experiments being tried in the United States and Europe; it was at this time that she became firmly committed to the cause of prohibition. Notable among the many positions Tilton held were the following: organization chairman of the Massachusetts Woman's Suffrage Association (1916-1918); chairman, Women's Division of the Massachusetts Anti-Saloon League (1917); chairman of the legislation committee of the National Congress of Parents and Teachers (1921-1931); and organizer and chairman of the Women's National Committee for Education Against Alcohol. She was the author of Turning off the Spigot (1914) and Save America (1924); contributed to the Woman's Journal, Current History, and other publications; and was one of Boston's busiest writers of "letters to the editor."

Tilton was a hard-hitting protagonist who never hesitated to engage an opponent; she opposed presidential candidate Alfred E. Smith in 1928 largely because of his views on the return of legalized liquor. Though she readily assumed leadership in temperance and other organizations, when Massachusetts religious and temperance leaders urged her to run for the United States Senate in 1930 she refused. Even after illness ended her active participation in the temperance movement, she continued to write letters and articles in favor of prohibition.

ARRANGEMENT

The collection is arranged in four series:
  1. I. Personal, 1-25v
  2. II. Writings, 26-221
  3. III. Health and Education, 222-268
  4. IV. Prohibition, 269-353

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Accession numbers: 50-3, 54-30 348, 952

The papers of Elizabeth (Hewes) Tilton were given to the Schlesinger Library in January 1950 by Henry J. Cadbury, in 1953 and August 1961 by Edna Lamprey Stantial, and in 1965 by Henry Hewes.

SEPARATION RECORD

The following items have been removed from the collection and added to the Library's subject files, January 1981:
  1. Miscellaneous articles, newsreleases, speeches, other printed material re: Prohibition
The following items have been removed from the collection and added to the Library's book collection, 1965:

Three books (from acc. no. 952):
  1. Edith Abbott. Women in Industry.
  2. C. C. Catt & N. R. Shuler. Woman Suffrage and Politics
  3. Frothingham. The Finding of Norah

CONTAINER LIST

  1. Box 1: 1-3v, 26-34
  2. Box 2: 35-53
  3. Box 3: 54-78
  4. Box 4: 79-94
  5. Box 5: 95-132
  6. Box 6: 133-184
  7. Box 7: 185-224
  8. Box 8: 225-244
  9. Box 9: 245-268a
  10. Box 10: 269-290
  11. Box 11: 291-317
  12. Box 12: 318-343
  13. Box 13: 344-353
  14. Box 14: 4v, 9-11v
  15. Box 15: 13, 19v-21, 24-25v
  16. Box 16: 5v-7v
  17. Box 17: 8v, 12v, 14
  18. Box 18: 15-18, 22-23
INDEX OF CORRESPONDENTS An index of writers of letters. Information about individuals is not indexed; nor are subjects.
INDEX OF CORRESPONDENTS
  1. Abbott, Grace - 248, 249, 251
  2. Abbott, Lillian - 319, 320
  3. Abrams, Selma W. - 248
  4. Adams, Ruth French - 319, 320
  5. Addams, Jane - 297
  6. Akerson, George - 275
  7. Anderson, Frederick L. - 273-275
  8. Anderson, Henry W. - 282
  9. Armor, Mary Harris - 299
  10. Bagley, Grace H. - 245, 246
  11. Bagley, Helen A. - 246
  12. Baker, Alonzo L. - 167
  13. Baker, W. Elwood - 252
  14. Ball, L. Hussle - 246
  15. Bannerman, Mrs. William T. - 253
  16. Barnhart, Arthur M. - 298
  17. Bascom, Rose Upton - 304
  18. Beardsley, Isabel - 319, 320
  19. Blackwell, Alice Stone - 300
  20. Blanchard, Arthur - 275
  21. Bonham, Marcia G. - 299
  22. Boole, Ella A. - 275
  23. Bottomly, Ruth A. - 244
  24. Bradford, Minnie B. - 251, 252
  25. Breckinridge, Aida de Acosta - 251
  26. Bree, D. W. - 305
  27. Brewer, Mary Grey - 284-286, 291-293
  28. Briggs, Arthur H. - 299
  29. Briggs, Ina Evans - 277, 288
  30. Brookhart, Smith W. - 251
  31. Brookings, Martha - 174, 283, 291, 292, 294
  32. Brooks, Margaret R. - 293
  33. Brown, Adelaide M. - 285
  34. Brown, Dorothy Kirchwey - 276
  35. Brown, Gertrude Hunter - 246
  36. Bruce, Susie B. - 320
  37. Bruckner, Edith A. - 251
  38. Bruno, Frank J. - 245
  39. Bull, Rose Weston - 273, 274
  40. Burke, Charles A. - 301
  41. Busher, Alice H. - 279
  42. Butler, Jesse - 286
  43. Butler, William M. - 282, 301
  44. Byers, Anna M. - 289, 300
  45. Bynum, Florence - 251
  46. Byrnes, James F. - 292
  47. Cabot, Richard C. - 283, 290, 298
  48. Calderwood, W. G. - 290, 291, 300
  49. Callfas, Jennie M. - 287
  50. Calkins, Florence Davis - 272
  51. Campbell, Walter - 273, 276
  52. Cannery, John J. - 271
  53. Cannon, W. B. - 320
  54. Carter, Alice M. S. - 252
  55. Carver, T. N. 295
  56. Casky, Cornelius A. - 275
  57. Champion, Ira - 282
  58. Champion, Merrill E. - 245
  59. Chandler, Mabel Ayers - 245
  60. Chatfield, H. S. - 282
  61. Chenery, William L. - 252
  62. Cherrington, Ernest H. - 269, 273
  63. Child, Florence B. - 301
  64. Christgau, O. G. - 287, 288
  65. Church, Laura Rooke - 246, 295, 296
  66. Clark, Mrs. F. J. - 250
  67. Clark, Mellie B. - 291
  68. Clarke, Ida Clyde - 275
  69. Claus, Henry T. - 277, 289
  70. Codman, Julian - 271, 273, 276, 277
  71. Colcord, J. C. - 319
  72. Compton, Isa - 253
  73. Conover, Milton - 300
  74. Converse, Ernest L. - 284
  75. Cook, Frederick W. - 248
  76. Cooper, W. John - 252
  77. Cotterill, Norton R. - 292
  78. Counihan, Edward A., Jr. - 270
  79. Crain, James A. - 299
  80. Crane, Ruth M. - 251-253, 283, 293
  81. Crawford, Eugene L. - 282
  82. Crawford, Mrs. Fred - 292
  83. Crawford, Mary Caroline - 279
  84. Crowley, Michael H. - 319
  85. Cunningham, Minnie Fisher - 244, 245
  86. Curtis, Frances K. - 319
  87. Curtis, Genevieve - 293
  88. Dana, Richard H. - 246
  89. Daniels, Josephus - 296
  90. Davis, Arthur J. - 273, 287
  91. Davis, Earl C. - 280
  92. Davis, Mrs. Martin - 253
  93. Davis, W. M. - 271
  94. Dawson, John B. - 319, 320
  95. Dennis, L. H. - 250
  96. Dexter, Robert C. - 280
  97. DeYo, Anna Marden - 252, 281
  98. Dinwiddie, Edwin C. - 272, 286, 295
  99. Doggett, Lawrence L. - 281
  100. Doherty, Edward P. - 319
  101. Doty, Boyd P. - 274
  102. Dowling, John C. L. - 281
  103. Drolet, Godias J. - 319
  104. Dunford, Edward B. - 271, 282, 291, 300
  105. Eastman, George - 250
  106. Eaton, Nancy - 245
  107. Edwards, Alice L. - 250-252
  108. Elliott, Martha Helen - 291
  109. Elliott, Mary B. - 251
  110. Eulette, Jennie C. - 288
  111. Ferger, Alberta - 249
  112. Ferguson, Elizabeth R. - 293
  113. Fess, Simeon D. - 246
  114. Fitzgerald, W. J. - 277
  115. Folks, Homer - 319
  116. Ford, Franklin - 278
  117. Ford, John - 280
  118. Fosdick, Alice - 319
  119. Frary, William T. - 283, 284, 288
  120. Fries, Amos A. - 246
  121. Frizzell, Muriel H. - 276
  122. Frothingham, Eugenia B. - 277
  123. Fuller, Alvan T. - 248, 277, 279
  124. Fuller, Stewart - 273
  125. Furber, Edward P. - 277, 280
  126. Galbraith, Mary C. - 319
  127. Gannett, Frank E. - 289
  128. Gardener, Katherine - 319
  129. Garfield, Harry A. - 244
  130. Gephart, A. R. - 320
  131. Gibson, Elizabeth J. - 288
  132. Gildersleeve, Virginia C. - 277
  133. Gillett, Frederick H. - 274
  134. Glass, Carter - 273
  135. Glass, John H. - 297
  136. Godley, Thomas J. - 391
  137. Godwin, Earl - 284
  138. Grant, E. R. - 252
  139. Grant, H. R. - 294, 295
  140. Greenhood, Theodore - 288, 295, 298
  141. Guy, J. W. - 297
  142. Hale, Richard W. - 280
  143. Hall, Charles P. - 320
  144. Hall, John B. - 281
  145. Hammond, J. Ernest - 281
  146. Hanchette, Helen W. - 320
  147. Harrell, Mrs. S. I. - 272
  148. Harris, Jessie W. - 250
  149. Harvier, Ernest - 271
  150. Hays, Frances - 251
  151. Hazelton, Mark - 319
  152. Hebert, Felix - 279
  153. Henely, Louise M. - 290, 291
  154. Heston, Harriet P. - 292, 298, 303
  155. Hewes, Henry F. - 273
  156. Higgins, Katharine Chapman - 244, 246
  157. Hill, Elise W. - 272
  158. Hill, Regina M. - 245
  159. Hobbs, Mrs. Franklin W. - 277
  160. Hocker, Mary B. - 292-294, 297
  161. Holman, Chas. W. - 245
  162. Honnold, Caroline - 287
  163. Hoover, Herbert - 275
  164. Hopkins, Mrs. B. C. - 253
  165. Hory, Mrs. A. N. - 248
  166. Houchins, Essie Mae - 283, 285-288
  167. Hovey, L. R. - 292
  168. Hull, Carrie A. - 319
  169. Hullar, Mrs. W. H. - 291
  170. Humble, Marion - 249
  171. Hunt, Walter Reid - 279
  172. Hunter, Joel D. - 320
  173. Hyslop, Ruth M. - 319
  174. Jager, Florence E. - 252
  175. Jean, Sally Lucas - 245
  176. Jensen, J. C. - 289
  177. Jessup, Phillip C. - 252, 253
  178. Johnson, Edith - 278
  179. Johnson, Lewis Jerome - 275
  180. Jones, E. F. - 297
  181. Keeley, Florence - 244
  182. Kennan, Joseph B. - 301
  183. Kelley, Elizabeth H. - 279
  184. Kellogg, Arthur P. - 246
  185. Kendall, Fanny Robson - 251
  186. Kick, Virginia - 252
  187. Kilbourn, Henry J. - 300
  188. King, Delcevare - 274-278
  189. Laing, Albert E. - 285, 288, 289
  190. Lang, Edward L. - 277, 279
  191. Latimer, J. A. - 292
  192. Laughbaum, H. T. - 297
  193. Lee, Joseph - 246, 269
  194. Leland, Edward F. - 1
  195. Lenroot, Katharine F. - 252
  196. Lindley, Laura - 290, 291, 295, 301
  197. Libby, Frederick J. - 246, 275
  198. Liggett, Louis K. - 276, 277
  199. Lippincott, Miriam - 282, 285
  200. Lloyd, Alice - 282
  201. Lord, Alice B. - 280, 281, 284, 288
  202. Lothrop, Theodore A. - 245, 319
  203. Lovett, Elizabeth M. - 300
  204. Lowman, Seymour - 274
  205. McAllister, Mrs. F. W. - 245
  206. McBride, Francis Scott - 274, 275, 285
  207. McBride, Joseph M. - 271
  208. McCarthy, Denis - 281
  209. McCarthy, W. H. - 277
  210. McClintock, Mrs. R. M. - 251
  211. McComb, Clara Lindsay - 319
  212. McCormick, Katherine Raynolds - 283-295
  213. McCormick, Medill - 245
  214. MacDonald, Forrester - 282, 290
  215. McFarland, Russell - 245
  216. McGerr, Elizabeth - 253
  217. McGill, George - 292
  218. McLean, John L. - 322
  219. Macnair, W. M. - 276
  220. McNally, Gertrude M. - 244
  221. Malstrom, Kathryn E. - 249
  222. Mann, Maude M. Sanders - 251, 253
  223. Marrs, Ina Caddell - 245, 248-251
  224. Martin, Ella W. - 284, 286, 289, 292
  225. Martin, R. H. - 293
  226. Mathes, Lerra B. - 120, 276
  227. Maxwell, Mrs. John - 252
  228. Messman, Florence K. - 289
  229. Meyerand, Gladys E. - 295
  230. Michaud, Auguste L. - 279
  231. Milland, Katharine H. - 244
  232. Miller, Marion Fissenden - 277
  233. Miller, Rhvaa B. - 245
  234. Morgan, Joy Elmer - 282
  235. Morgan, Laura Puffer - 249
  236. Morgan, Mrs. Minot C. - 273
  237. Morrison, Elizabeth - 319
  238. Moskowitz, Belle L. - 244, 245
  239. Moxcey, Mary E. - 273
  240. Muir, Helen M. - 297
  241. Murray, Mary - 273
  242. Myrick, F. F. - 286
  243. National Congress of Parents and Teachers - 247-253
  244. National League of Women Voters - 244-246
  245. National Women's Trade Union League - 244, 249
  246. Nelson, Ruth E. - 281
  247. Newton, Walter H. - 284, 286, 250
  248. Nicholson, Mollie Davis - 275, 282-285, 295, 298
  249. Norris, Kathleen - 281
  250. Oakley, Imogen B. - 120
  251. Oldham, Julia C. - 253
  252. Olson, Hilda L. - 277
  253. Oldon, Inez - 303
  254. Ousley, C. C. - 245
  255. Palmer, Zoe W. - 304
  256. Pape, Grace M. - 249
  257. Park, Maud Wood - 246
  258. Parker, Valeria H. - 245
  259. Parkhurst, Genevieve - 246
  260. Pattangall, Gertrude M. - 295
  261. Patterson, Charles H. - 320
  262. Patterson, D. Stewart - 284, 293
  263. Patterson, Jean Rushmore - 295
  264. Peabody, Lucy W. - 174, 221, 271, 272, 274, 277, 279, 284, 287, 288, 294, 295, 297, 299, 303, 305
  265. Pettengill, Bertha F. - 320
  266. Pickett, Lindie Day - 284
  267. Pierce, C. C. - 245
  268. Pinkham, Wenona Osborne - 246
  269. Poland, Orville S. - 275, 297
  270. Poling, Daniel A. - 298
  271. Potter, Adella - 274
  272. Powers, Leland - 269
  273. Prescott, Francis - 275
  274. Prise, Vivian - 249
  275. Quinn, Russell - 302
  276. Randall, John Herman, Jr. - 279
  277. Raymond, Mrs. Paul - 277
  278. Raymond, Stockton - 273
  279. Reegan, Mrs. L. D. - 252
  280. Rees, M. W. - 246
  281. Reeve, Mrs. A. H. - 249
  282. Reeve, Mayanitta Willis - 249
  283. Remington, Pearl M. T. - 252, 287
  284. Richardson, Ed. J. - 284
  285. Richardson, John - 275
  286. Riley, Thomas J. - 320
  287. Rittue, Mrs. E. C. - 252
  288. Robes, Stella B. - 272
  289. Rogers, A. T. - 252
  290. Rogers, Jessie B. - 252
  291. Root, Georgiana M. - 277
  292. Ropes, Mrs. Arthur - 279, 292
  293. Ross, Mrs. J. O. - 288
  294. Ross, Mabelle H. - 296
  295. Rothwell, B. J. - 248
  296. Rowe, Bess M. - 246
  297. Rowe, L. S. - 320
  298. Rutledge, Lyman V. - 276
  299. Ryan, Jonathan A. - 269
  300. Sachot, R. - 275
  301. Sanders, Maude M. - 245
  302. Sanderson, John P. - 320
  303. Schrader, Carl L. - 245
  304. Scott, Ella Allen - 246
  305. Scott, Henry R. - 280
  306. Scott, Izora - 295
  307. Scott, Richard H. - 298
  308. Sears, Amelia - 319
  309. Sedgwick, Ellery - 174
  310. Sharp, Waitstill H. - 279
  311. Shaver, Mrs. Clement L. - 282, 283
  312. Shaw, Mark R. - 322
  313. Sheldon, Minnie C. - 270
  314. Shepherd, Laura M. - 319, 320
  315. Sheppard, Morris - 246, 293
  316. Sherman, Lawrence Y. - 272
  317. Shott, Jim - 289
  318. Shuler, Marjorie - 174
  319. Shumaker, E. Ellsworth - 280
  320. Slocomb, Florence S. - 277
  321. Small, Eloise - 297
  322. Smith, Alma M. - 269
  323. Smith, Ethel M. - 249
  324. Smith, Ida B. Wise - 290, 304
  325. Smith, M. A. - 298
  326. Smith, Mellcene Thurman - 285
  327. Smith, Payson - 301
  328. Snyder, Fred A. - 249
  329. Southwell, George C. - 287
  330. Spence - Ben H. - 271, 291
  331. Squires, Fred D. L. - 301
  332. Stine, Mrs. George J. - 246
  333. Stoddard, Cora Frances - 269, 277
  334. Strawbridge, Ruth G. K. - 280, 302
  335. Stubbell, C. G. - 284
  336. Sullivan, John L. - 322
  337. Summerbell, Carlyle - 277, 279
  338. Swift, Wiley H. - 248
  339. Taft, Elizabeth K. - 319
  340. Taft, Horace D. - 277
  341. Taylor, Amos L. - 277
  342. Terry, Alice - 250, 272
  343. Thomas, Elmer - 292
  344. Thomas, Harriet E. - 319
  345. Thurlow, Florence W. - 319
  346. Thurlow, George L. - 279
  347. Thwing, Eugene - 298
  348. Tillinghast, Anna - 270
  349. Tilton, Elizabeth Hewes - 120, 136, 174, 221, 244-253, 270-301, 303, 304 319, 320, 322
  350. Tilton, William - 269
  351. Todd, Margaret E. - 319, 320
  352. Trout, John M. - 280
  353. Tuckermand, Bayard, Jr. - 292
  354. Tumsden, Edith Radfold - 252
  355. Ufford, Walter S. - 319
  356. Ullmann, Caroline B. - 246
  357. Urquhart, Augusta W. - 283, 285, 287, 299
  358. Varney, Zoa L. - 245
  359. Vaughan, George - 300
  360. Vestal, Albert H. - 246
  361. Wadleigh, J. B. - 295
  362. Wadsworth, James W., Jr. - 247
  363. Wakeley, Mrs. Philip S. - 253
  364. Walcott, Robert - 269
  365. Wald, Lillian D. - 295
  366. Walder, Joseph - 270, 274
  367. Waller, Judith C. - 288
  368. Ward, Anna D. - 320
  369. Ward, Robert DeC. - 246
  370. Warneau, Grace A. - 300
  371. Watkins, Florence J. - 245-253
  372. Watson, Robert - 277
  373. Webbre, R. S. - 272
  374. Weeks, John W. - 245
  375. Wellman, Charles P. - 282
  376. Whalen, Frank - 290
  377. Wheeler, Wayne B. - 245, 272, 273
  378. White, Ralph H. - 291
  379. Whiting, Mary G. - 289
  380. Whitley, Gladys - 251
  381. Wiggin, Mary C. - 249
  382. Wilbur, Ray Lyman - 297
  383. Willliams, Anna G. - 320
  384. Williams, Charl - 251
  385. Williams, Mrs. Marin - 285
  386. Williams, Mrs. Miles - 286
  387. Wills, Grace T. - 277
  388. Wilson, Herbert A. - 277
  389. Wilson, P. W. - 174, 221
  390. Winter, Alice Aimes(?) - 120
  391. Witherspoon, Miriam F. - 319
  392. Women's Christian Temperance Union - 252, 279
  393. Wood, Arthur Evans - 277
  394. Wuppermann, A. Edward - 292, 293, 295
  395. Yost, Lenna Lowe - 276-278, 294, 302

Processing Information

Reprocessed: December 1980

By: Madeleine Bagwell Perez
Link to catalog
Title
Tilton, Elizabeth, 1869-1950. Papers of Elizabeth Tilton, 1914-1949: A Finding Aid
Author
Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America
Sponsor
The collection was processed under a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (RC-0051-79-1260).
EAD ID
sch00942

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