Papers, 1931-1944.


Papers, 1931-1944.

Papers consist of biographical notes, news clippings, addresses, 1933-1944, and miscellaneous correspondence, 1931-1940, concerning the West London Ethical Society, the British Fabian Society, and the Urban League of Chicago.

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