Antoinette Wheeler Nicholson letters : regarding the suffrage movement and against capital punishment, 1912-1940.

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Nicholson, Antoinette Wheeler. Antoinette Wheeler Nicholson letters : regarding the suffrage movement and against capital punishment, 1912-1940.

Antoinette Wheeler Nicholson letters : regarding the suffrage movement and against capital punishment, 1912-1940.

Correspondence received from various public officials including, Lou Henry Hoover, Fremont Older, and Theodore Roosevelt concerning suffrage and capital punishment.

Originals : 1 portfolio.Copy : 1 microfilm reel : negative (BNEG Box 3276, 68 frames) and positive.

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