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Papers, 1898-1961,

Author: Molly Dewson
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Correspondence, speeches, newspaper clippings, campaign material, notebooks, scrapbooks, and a diary relating to Democratic Party matters and her government positions on the Advisory Council of the President's Committee on Economic Security and the Social Security Board. Subjects include the campaign of 1936, Equal Rights Amendment, National Consumers' League, social security, women in politics, the New Deal, and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Diaries
Scrapbooks
Autographs
Named Person: Grace Abbott; Florence Ellinwood Allen; Clara E Mortenson Beyer; Harriet Wiseman Elliott; James Aloysius Farley; Felix Frankfurter; Lorena A Hickok; Louis McHenry Howe; Herbert H Lehman; Frances Perkins; Eleanor Roosevelt; Franklin D Roosevelt; Arthur M Schlesinger, Jr.; Alfred Emanuel Smith; Harry S Truman; Henry A Wallace; Sue Shelton White
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Molly Dewson
OCLC Number: 155522564
Description: 10 linear ft.

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Correspondence, speeches, newspaper clippings, campaign material, notebooks, scrapbooks, and a diary relating to Democratic Party matters and her government positions on the Advisory Council of the President's Committee on Economic Security and the Social Security Board. Subjects include the campaign of 1936, Equal Rights Amendment, National Consumers' League, social security, women in politics, the New Deal, and women's wages and employment. Correspondents include Grace Abbott, Florence Allen, Clara Beyer, Harriet Elliott, James A. Farley, Felix Frankfurter, Lorena Hickok, Louis M. Howe, Herbert Lehman, Frances Perkins, Eleanor Roosevelt, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., Alfred E. Smith, Harry S. Truman, Henry A. Wallace, and Sue S. White. Also, her unpublished manuscript of "An Aid to the End."

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