Found in 123 Collections and/or Records:
Handwritten, typewritten, and printed correspondence, hand bills, pamphlets, book drafts, newspaper clippings, and miscellaneous items. The materials include a typewritten draft of the book "Women Legislators of Utah, 1896-1976." The items relate to Abbott's political career and her association with women legislators in Utah and in the United States.
Alleged subversive activities engaged in by George Marshall and Mary Dublin with communist front organizations in the United States
This collection consists of photocopies of printed items such as newspapers, magazines, pamphlets, and U. S. Government publications. They relate to activities and associations by George Marshall and Mary Dublin Keyserling that were thought to reflect their communist sentiments. Marshall and Keyserling were economists.
Directories, campaign pamphlets and bumper stickers, candidate photographs, correspondence, party literature, and audio tapes of conferences, committee and party meetings.
Photocopy of a handwritten letter to Esther Gerry concerning her membership application to the National Woman Suffrage Association, along with photocopies of the envelope, and a list of officers in the organization.
Photocopy of a microfilmed copy of a typescript of an interview. Baker was interviewed by Mary A. Hicks in 1937 as part of the Federal Writer's Project for the Works Progress Administration. The item includes handwritten corrections. Baker was freed after the Civil War, but he continued to be forced to work, and he was treated very poorly. His mother was sold in the middle of the night. He describes severe beatings and being reunited with his mother.
Handwritten documents of the records of the Woman's Suffrage Association which met in Beaver, Utah. Items include minutes, newsletters, songs, and regulations for the group. Also includes a letter from Emmeline B. Wells to Mary A. White, president of the association, dated 1895, and a "Equal Rights" banner. Dated approximately 1892-1895.