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Eulalie Salley papers, 1916-1922.

Author: Eulalie Salley
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
Database:WorldCat
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Papers, 1916-1922, re struggle to secure the "votes for women," consisting of correspondence of Eulalie Chaffee Salley and fellow suffragists within South Carolina and around United States, including members of the National American Woman Suffrage Association and National League of Women Voters; places represented include Aiken, Columbia, Edgefield, Charleston, and Lancaster, S.C.; Washington, D.C.; New York;
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Genre/Form: Correspondence
Records and correspondence
Biography
Named Person: Eulalie Salley; Mary Brown Sumner Boyd; James Francis Byrnes; Carrie Chapman Catt; Jessie S Clayton; Elizabeth Doar; E A Donovant; Della Dortch; Marie Stuart Edwards; Edna Fischel Gellhorn; Maud Wood Park; Caroline I Reilly; John Gabe Rigby, Mrs.; Myra Gage Scouten; Nettie Rogers Shuler; Leroy Springs, Mrs.; L C Trax; Joseph P Tumulty; Woodrow Wilson
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Eulalie Salley
OCLC Number: 56891244
Description: 0.66 linear feet (849 items) 1 v. (legal size)

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Papers, 1916-1922, re struggle to secure the "votes for women," consisting of correspondence of Eulalie Chaffee Salley and fellow suffragists within South Carolina and around United States, including members of the National American Woman Suffrage Association and National League of Women Voters; places represented include Aiken, Columbia, Edgefield, Charleston, and Lancaster, S.C.; Washington, D.C.; New York; Chicago; and elsewhere.

Scrapbook, 1916-1920, of newspaper clippings re women's suffrage movement and activism by Salley and others.

Principal correspondents include Mary Sumner Boyd; Sen. James F. Byrnes; Mrs. W.C. Cathcart; Carrie Chapman Catt; Jessie S. Clayton; Gov. Cooper; Della Dortch; E.A. Dunovant; and Marie Stuart Edwards.

Others represented include Edna Fischel Gellhorn; Bertha T. Munsell; Maud Wood Park; Caroline I. Reilly; Myra Gage Scouten; Nettie R. Shuler; Lola C. Trax; J.P. Tumulty; and Pres. Woodrow Wilson.

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