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Papers, 1843-1980.

Author: Susan McWhirter Ostrom
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Correspondence (1960s-1970s) with politicians regarding the Equal Rights Amendment, school prayer, and other political issues; writings (1897-1976), including poems, speeches, newspaper articles, and editorials on women's rights and other political issues; papers relating to civic improvements, rights for the blind, and involvement with Indiana Federation of Clubs, Woman's Department Club of Indianapolis, and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Genealogies
Poems
Scrapbooks
Speeches
Records and correspondence
Correspondence
Named Person: Birch Bayh; Otis R Bowen; Roger D Branigin; Julie Nixon Eisenhower; Birch Bayh; Otis R Bowen; Roger D Branigin; Julie Nixon Eisenhower
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Susan McWhirter Ostrom
OCLC Number: 28412051
Description: 22 boxes.

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Correspondence (1960s-1970s) with politicians regarding the Equal Rights Amendment, school prayer, and other political issues; writings (1897-1976), including poems, speeches, newspaper articles, and editorials on women's rights and other political issues; papers relating to civic improvements, rights for the blind, and involvement with Indiana Federation of Clubs, Woman's Department Club of Indianapolis, and Woman's Christian Temperance Union; scrapbooks; clippings; McWhirter family genealogy; and other papers; together with family papers, including letters (1872-1900) of her father, Felix T. McWhirter (1853-1915), and business and personal papers of her brother, Indianapolis banker Felix M. McWhirter (1886-1983), including letters written to his family while serving as an officer in U.S. Naval Reserve during World War II. Correspondents include Birch Bayh, Otis R. Bowen, Roger D. Branigin, Julie Nixon Eisenhower, M. Stanton Evans, Betty Ford, Barry Goldwater, Wayne Guthrie, Vance Hartke, William H. Hudnut, Andrew Jacobs, Jr., Edward M. Kennedy, and Richard Lugar.

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