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Johnetta Webb Spilman papers, 1890-1977.

Author: Johnetta Webb Spilman
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The Johnetta Web Spilman papers include clippings, correspondence, speeches, photographs, programs, clipping documents of public life, invitations, scrapbooks, and biographical information. Correspondence concerns personal matters, including the illness and death of her husband, John Barham Spilman; and documents her political career with the Democratic party. Topics include Spilman's vice-chairmanship of the North  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Correspondence
Named Person: Johnetta Webb Spilman; John Barham Spilman; Franklin D Roosevelt; Clyde Roark Hoey
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Johnetta Webb Spilman
OCLC Number: 285556736
Description: 0.650 cubic feet (684 items)
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The Johnetta Web Spilman papers include clippings, correspondence, speeches, photographs, programs, clipping documents of public life, invitations, scrapbooks, and biographical information. Correspondence concerns personal matters, including the illness and death of her husband, John Barham Spilman; and documents her political career with the Democratic party. Topics include Spilman's vice-chairmanship of the North Carolina State Democratic Executive Committee; her attitudes toward her work, party concerns, and women's role in North Carolina politics; her term with the North Carolina Unemployment Compensation Commission; Spilman's tenure in the North Carolina Mental Health Association; and proposed additions to the East Carolina University Psychology Department. Correspondents include Franklin D. Roosevelt, Clyde R. Hoey, and Gladys A. Tillett. Speeches cover a variety of topics dealing with her activities on the Unemployment Compensation Commission and women's role in American society and politics. Other items include clippings, which document many aspects of Spilman's public life; press releases; publications collected by Spilman; programs; certificates; scrapbooks; and photographs.

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