Papers, 1920-1967 (inclusive).

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Raushenbush, Elizabeth Brandeis, 1896-1984. Papers, 1920-1967 (inclusive).

Papers, 1920-1967 (inclusive).

Collection contains correspondence, drafts of articles, lecture notes, and printed and other material. Included are records of the Wisconsin League of Women Voters, 1956-1959, material on labor legislation, Right to Work correspondence, 1958, papers of the Wisconsin Minimum Wage Board, 1963-1965, reference material on the War on Poverty, and correspondence with Clara Mortenson Beyer, 1920-1958.

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