Sallie Baker Everett papers, 1941-1961.


Everett, Sallie Baker. Sallie Baker Everett papers, 1941-1961.

Sallie Baker Everett papers, 1941-1961.

The bulk of the collection consists of incoming correspondence to Mrs. Everett, programs from the North Carolina Farm Bureau conference, certificates of merit, and newspaper clippings. Correspondence concerns Democratic Woman's Day; the 1952 North Carolina gubernatorial election; presidential campaigns of Adlai Stevenson; Everett's election as National Committee Woman; events of the North Carolina Democratic Party and the North Carolina Young Democrats; efforts of Democratic women, especially Katie Louchheim; postal service in Palmyra; the 1960 Democratic National Convention; Terry Sanford's leadership; and the split in the North Carolina delegation over Lyndon B. Johnson and John F. Kennedy. Also included are telegrams and letters from Albert Gore and John F. Kennedy concerning the 1956 National Democratic Convention; Elizabeth Ives, sister of Adali Stevenson; LeRoy Collins; and various North Carolina politicians expressing their appreciation to Everett. Newspaper clippings give Mrs. Everett's views on federal aid to education, the Suez Crisis of 1957, and an executive committee meeting in San Francisco, Calif., in 1957.

0.430 cubic feet (512 items)

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