Alexander Jeffrey McKelway Papers 1814-1942 (bulk 1900-1918)

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Alexander Jeffrey McKelway Papers, 1814-1942, (bulk 1900-1918)

Alexander Jeffrey McKelway Papers 1814-1942 (bulk 1900-1918)

Clergyman, reformer, and Southern secretary of the National Child Labor Committee. Correspondence, telegrams, speeches, articles, notes and drafts of a biography of St. Clair McKelway, longtime editor of the and uncle of Alexander, family papers, financial material, printed matter, a scrapbook, and other papers relating mainly to child labor legislation and to the McKelway family. Brooklyn Eagle

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