Pennybacker, Percy V. / Mrs., papers, 1878-1938.


Pennybacker, Percy V. / Mrs., papers, 1878-1938.

Correspondence, printed material, financial documents, legal documents, literary productions, scrapbooks, maps and photographs document the personal life of Anna Pennybacker, as well as her involvement in women's clubs, education, suffrage and the peace movement.

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