Papers, 1896-1927 (inclusive).

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Allen, Corinne Marie Tuckerman, 1856-1931. Papers, 1896-1927 (inclusive).

Papers, 1896-1927 (inclusive).

The collection consists of correspondence, minutes, and manuscripts regarding Mormonism and polygamy, the National Congress of Mothers (later the Parent-Teachers Association), the DAR, birth control, the Utah Federation of Women's Clubs, the General Federation of Women's Clubs, and the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, including letters (1920) about conscientious objectors in war prison camp at Fort Douglas, Utah.

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George Washington Memorial Association

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Balch, Emily Greene, 1867-1961

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Adler, Felix, 1851-1933.

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BIOGHIST REQUIRED Felix Adler (Columbia A.B., 1870), religious leader and educator, taught courses in social and political ethics at Columbia between 1902 and 1933. From the guide to the Felix Adler Papers, 1830-1933., (Columbia University Rare Book and Manuscript Library, ) Felix Adler (Columbia A.B., 1870), religious leader and educator, taught courses in social and political ethics at Columbia between 1902 and 1933. From the description of Felix Adler papers, ...

Allen, Corinne Marie Tuckerman, 1856-1931.

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Social welfare and educational reformer and humanitarian, Tuckerman attended Smith College and married Clarence Emir Allen, a congressman from Utah, 1896-1897. She lived in Salt Lake City, 1883-1926. Her daughters were Esther Allen Gaw, Dean of Women at Ohio State University, and Florence Ellinwood Allen, judge of the Ohio Superior Court. Her two sons died in World War I. From the description of Papers, 1896-1927 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 232006540 ...

Thomas Norman Mattoon, 1884-1968

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Utah Federation of Women's Clubs.

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