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.63 linear feet ((1+1/2 file boxes) plus 8 oversize volumes, 1 oversize folder, 1 folio+ folder)
Lillian Mary Westropp was also judge of the municipal court of Cleveland from 1931 to 1959. Clara E. Westropp became president of the bank in 1958. She was also first woman president of the Cuyahoga County Savings and Loan League (1952), and was active in Catholic missionary fund-raising work, for which she was made Catholic Woman of the Year posthumously in 1965.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
The papers of Lillian and Clara Westropp were deposited with the Schlesinger Library in July 1969 by Thomas Westropp, President of The Women's Federal Savings and Loan Association.
- Box 1: 1-8, volume 2, volume 9
- Box 2: 3v-7v
- Chapman, Jessie 4, 5, 6, 7, folder 1
- Clark, Georgia Neese 1o, 8o, 9o
- Dominican Sisters of St. Rose of Lima 5
- Gabriel, Mother M. 11o
- Grant, Jennie 8o, 4
- Marche, Gertrude 8o
- Marman, Ida M. 8o
- Moore, Helen 8o
- Ollie, Anne 11o, 10o
- Priest, Ivy Baker 8o, 9o
- Sands, Eleanor H. 11o
- Sheen, Fulton J. 10o, 11o, 13o, folder 3
- Sherren, Nina 1o, 4, 5, 6, 7
- Siegenthaler, Minnie F. 8o
- Westropp, Clara E. 1o, 4, 5, 9o, 10o, 11o, 12o, 13o, 14o, 15o, folder 7
- Westropp, Lillian Mary 1o, 4, 11o, folders 5, 6, 7
- Winterich, Anges, H. 8o
- Woldman, Albert A. folder 3
- Wright, Olive Joy 1, 4, 5, 6, 7
By: Nancy Wagner
- Westropp, Lillian Mary, 1884-1968. Papers of Lillian and Clara Westropp, 1922-1968: A Finding Aid
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