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|Named Person:||Charles Noble Gregory; Richard Lloyd Jones; Verne Paul Kaub; Irvine Luther Lenroot; Lee C H Orbach; Amos N Wilder|
|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Archival Material, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Emerson Ela; Florence White Ela
|Description:||4.2 c.f. (8 archives boxes, 1 card box, and 1 record center carton) 3 reels of microfilm (35 mm) 38 photographs, and 199 transparencies.|
Included are biographical and autobiographical materials, personal and business correspondence, diaries and journals (chiefly of Florence Ela), household accounts, records of his early law practice, and subject files about the Madison Dry League, the Madison Planning Trust, the University of Wisconsin Alumni Association, and other organizations. Most extensive are the files on Ela's chairmanship of the United War Work Campaign during World War I which include correspondence; a scrapbook documenting the work of Lee C.H. Orbach, state publicity director; additional clipping scrapbooks; and lantern slides issued by the national campaign to support its fundraising work. Records of the law practice include correspondence with clients such as Richard Lloyd Jones, Amos P. Wilder, and the Wisconsin State Journal, and speeches delivered in behalf of the Northern Wisconsin Cooperative Tobacco Pool. Other correspondents include Charles N. Gregory, Irvine Lenroot, and Verne Kaub.
Photographs include images of Emerson Ela and Florence White Ela documenting their lives before and after their marriage. Included are images of Emerson in school at Rochester Academy, Beloit Academy, and the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Images of Florence include photographs from Beloit College and a scrapbook kept by Florence.
- Gregory, Charles Noble, -- 1851-1932.
- Jones, Richard Lloyd, -- 1873-1963.
- Kaub, Verne Paul.
- Lenroot, Irvine Luther, -- 1869-1949.
- Orbach, Lee C. H.
- Wilder, Amos N. -- (Amos Niven), -- 1895-1993.
- Northern Wisconsin Cooperative Tobacco Pool.
- United War Work Campaign.
- Wisconsin State Journal.
- Civic improvement -- Wisconsin -- Madison.
- Cooperative marketing of farm produce -- Wisconsin.
- Lawyers -- Wisconsin -- Madison.
- Middle class families -- Wisconsin -- Madison.
- Prohibition -- Wisconsin.
- Women -- Wisconsin -- Madison -- Social conditions.
- World War, 1914-1918 -- Finance -- Wisconsin.
- World War, 1914-1918 -- War work -- Wisconsin.
- Madison (Wis.)