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Papers, 1940-1978 (inclusive).

Author: Margaret Earhart Smith
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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The bulk of the collection pertains to the Special Services Committee and includes correspondence, minutes, financial records, reports, conference papers, and pamphlets, with records of the Committee for the Extension of Labor Education, the Summer School for Office Workers, the Hudson Shore Labor School, and reports of the American Labor Education Service. Correspondents include Hilda Worthington Smith, Ernestine  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Minutes
Reports
Named Person: Rhetta M Arter; Eleanor G Coit; Emma MacDonald Dawson; Felix Frankfurter; Ernestine L Friedmann; Donald Porter Geddes; Clinton S Golden; W K Jordan; Eduard Christian Lindeman; Anthony Luchek; Sadye Power; Mary Malcomson Raphael; Victor Reuther; Clement A Smith; Hilda Worthington Smith; Margaret Earhart Smith; Mark Starr; Caroline Farrar Ware; Margaret D Wood
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Margaret Earhart Smith
OCLC Number: 232006875
Description: 2.5 linear ft.

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The bulk of the collection pertains to the Special Services Committee and includes correspondence, minutes, financial records, reports, conference papers, and pamphlets, with records of the Committee for the Extension of Labor Education, the Summer School for Office Workers, the Hudson Shore Labor School, and reports of the American Labor Education Service. Correspondents include Hilda Worthington Smith, Ernestine L. Friedmann, Eleanor G. Coit, Mary Malcomson Raphael and Sadye Power. Other material includes essays on race relations and correspondence with the Fair Employment Practices Commission; correspondence and student papers from the MTP at Radcliffe and records of its Evaluation Committee; correspondence and speeches concerning the Window Shop and refugee placement, including letters from refugees and Felix Frankfurter; and scattered correspondence, minutes and conference papers of the UCS. There are almost no personal papers.

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