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Poet and suffragist : oral history transcript / and related material, 1959-1979.

Author: Sara Bard FieldAmelia R FryDorothy Ward ErskineCatherine M ScholtenKatherine Field Ehrgott CaldwellAll authors
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Sara Bard Field comments on early marriage to minister and life as missionary bride in India and Burma; return to U.S. and growing interest in socialism and urban reform; role in women suffrage campaign and Woman's Party; relationship with Charles E.S. Wood; friendship with Clarence Darrow; anti-war movement, World War I; radical political and artistic movements in '20s and '30s; establishment of San Francisco  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Oral histories
Interviews
Named Person: Sara Bard Field; Charles Erskine Scott Wood; Clarence Darrow; Beniamino Bufano; George Sterling; John Cowper Powys; Llewelyn Powys; Genevieve Taggard; Robinson Jeffers; Una Jeffers; Lincoln Steffens; Fremont Older; Ralph Stackpole; John Steinbeck
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Sara Bard Field; Amelia R Fry; Dorothy Ward Erskine; Catherine M Scholten; Katherine Field Ehrgott Caldwell; Robert J Brophy; Bancroft Library. Regional Oral History Office.
OCLC Number: 26622607
Notes: Forms part of: Suffragists Oral History Project.
Introductions by Dorothy Erskine and Catherine M. Scholten; afterword by her daughter, Katherine F. Caldwell. Robert J. Brophy participating in joint interview, Aug. 22, 1963.
Partial interviews. Reels 4-5, 8, 13, 15, 17, 21-23, 35-31, 34-36, 40-42, 45 not retained. Interview notes available for reels 1-2, 6, and 9.
Description: Transcript: [12], xix, 661 p. ; 28 cm. + related material. Phonotapes: 23 sound tape reels : analog, 3 3/4 ips, 2 track ; 7 in.
Contents: Phonotapes: Phonotape 1323: Reel 1: Oct. 1, 1959. Track 1: 703 ft. --
Reel 2: Oct. 6, 1959. Track 1: 895 ft. --
Reel 3: Feb. 1, 1960. Track 1: 847 ft. --
Reel 6: Feb. 1, 1960. Track 1: 847 ft. --
Reel 7: May 18, 1960. Track 1: 318 ft. --
Reel 9: June 2, 1960. Track 1: 368 ft. --
Reel 10: June 8, 1960. Track 1: 582 ft. --
Reel 11: Feb. 28, 1961. Track 1: 714 ft. --
Reel 12: Mar. 13, 1961. Track 1: 1433 ft. --
Reel 14: Mar. 28, 1961. Track 1: 838 ft. --
Reel 16: Apr. 26, 1961. Track 1: 811 ft. --
Reel 18: May 23, 1961. Track 1: 426 ft. --
(Reels 19-20 are on one reel) --
Reel 19: June 20, 1960. Track 1: 1426 ft., track 2: 1-94 ft. --
Reel 20: Mar. 22, 1962. Track 2: 95-554 ft. --
Reel 24: Track 1: 794 ft. --
Reel 32: Aug. 16, 1962. Track 1: 348 ft. --
Reel 33: Oct. 4, 1962. Track 1: 1014 ft., track 2: 106 ft. --
Reel 37: Mar. 21, 1963. Track 1: 835 ft. --
Reel 38: May 23, 1963. Track 1: 967 ft. --
Reel 39: May 28, 1963. Track 1: 646 ft. --
Reel 43: July 25, 1963. Track 1: 1181 ft. --
Reel 44: Aug. 8, 1963. Track 1: 396 ft. --
Reel 46: Aug. 22, 1963. Track 1: 1266 ft., track 2: 68-937 ft. Most tapes track 2 blank (unless otherwise noted) --
Phonotape 1531: July 3, 1963.
Responsibility: tape recorded interviews conducted 1959-1963 by Amelia R. Fry for the Regional Oral History Office, the Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, California, 1979 :
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Sara Bard Field comments on early marriage to minister and life as missionary bride in India and Burma; return to U.S. and growing interest in socialism and urban reform; role in women suffrage campaign and Woman's Party; relationship with Charles E.S. Wood; friendship with Clarence Darrow; anti-war movement, World War I; radical political and artistic movements in '20s and '30s; establishment of San Francisco School of the Arts of the Theater; friendship with artists and writers of the Bay Area and New York, including Beniamino Bufano, George Sterling, John and Llewelyn Powys, Genevieve Taggard, Robinson and Una Jeffers, Lincoln Steffens, Fremont Older, Ralph Stackpole and John Steinbeck; her poetry and that of C.E.S. Wood. Copies of photographs inserted.

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