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Grace Wick papers, 1888-1962 (bulk, 1928-1951).

Author: Grace Wick
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
Database:WorldCat
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Correspondence series includes letters to and/or from Walter Pierce, Charles Martin, Guy Cordon, Rufus Holman, Charles McNary, Rush Dew Holt, Hamilton Fish, James Farley, Blanche Winters, Gerald L.K. Smith, Lyrl Clark Van Hyning, Agnes Waters, and William Kulgren. Publications series includes the newspapers of Central Oregon publisher Sid Pierce, newsletters of Elizabeth Dilling Stokes, forty-six issues of the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Letters
Publications
Correspondence
Named Person: Grace Wick; Guy Cordon; James Aloysius Farley; Hamilton Fish; Rufus C Holman; Rush Dew Holt; William Kulgren; Charles Linza McNary; Walter Marcus Pierce; Gerald L K Smith; Lyrl Clark Van Hyning; Agnes Waters; Blanche Winters; William Dudley Pelley; Sid Pierce; A W Terminiello
Material Type: Manuscript, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Grace Wick
OCLC Number: 40761315
Notes: Gift of Grace Wick Estate, September 1959.
Description: 6 cu. ft. (7 boxes)

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Correspondence series includes letters to and/or from Walter Pierce, Charles Martin, Guy Cordon, Rufus Holman, Charles McNary, Rush Dew Holt, Hamilton Fish, James Farley, Blanche Winters, Gerald L.K. Smith, Lyrl Clark Van Hyning, Agnes Waters, and William Kulgren. Publications series includes the newspapers of Central Oregon publisher Sid Pierce, newsletters of Elizabeth Dilling Stokes, forty-six issues of the isolationist publication "Woman's Voice," and political and metaphysical publications of William Dudley Pelley. The subject series contains correspondence, publications, and ephemera of numerous organizations and individuals. Organizations represented include several from the isolationist Mother's movement, as well as the later American Woman's Party. Individuals include Gerald L.K. Smith, Rev. A.W. Terminiello, and Agnes Waters. Topics covered include antisemitism, racial segregation, communist subversion, and the fluoridation of water.

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