Papers, 1847-1968 (inclusive), 1909-1929 (bulk).


Foley, Margaret, 1875-1957. Papers, 1847-1968 (inclusive), 1909-1929 (bulk).

Papers, 1847-1968 (inclusive), 1909-1929 (bulk).

Photographs, diaries, notebooks, suffrage speeches, memorabilia, clippings, personal correspondence, and correspondence pertaining to her suffrage work and her work as a city official. The diaries and notebooks cover the period 1911-1916, with occasional entries about Foley's suffrage work. The clippings concern mainly her work as a suffrage speaker and organizer, and the memorabilia include suffrage flags, buttons, and posters, as well as anti-suffrage literature.

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