Guide to the Anne Henrietta Martin Papers, 1892-1951

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Guide to the Anne Henrietta Martin Papers, 1892-1951

Collection number: BANC MSS P-G 282

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Collection Summary

Collection Title: Anne Henrietta Martin Papers,
Date (inclusive): 1892-1951
Collection Number: BANC MSS P-G 282
Creator: Martin, Anne, 1875-1951
Extent: Number of containers: 16 boxes, 8 cartons, and 17 volumes
Repository: The Bancroft Library.
Berkeley, California 94720-6000
Physical Location: For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Library's online catalog.
Abstract: Papers pertaining to Martin's activities for woman suffrage, feminism, social hygiene, and pacificism. Also included are materials relating to her U.S. Senate campaigns in Nevada in 1918 and 1920. Correspondents include: Dean Acheson, Jane Addams, Gertrude Atherton, Mary Austin, Mary Ritter Beard, Carrie Chapman Catt, Katherine Fisher, Henry Ford, Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Herbert Hoover, Cordell Hull, Belle La Follette, Henry Cabot Lodge, Margaret Long, H.L. Mencken, Francis G. Newlands, Alice Paul, Key Pittman, Jenette Rankin, Theodore Roosevelt, Upton Sinclair, Margaret Chase Smith, Lincoln Steffens, Dorothy Thompson, Mabel Vernon, Charles Erskine Scott Wood, Margaret Wood, and Maud Younger. The correspondence is supplemented by a large bulk of manuscripts and notes, pamphlets, magazine and newspaper clippings, campaign miscellany, suffrage material, personalia, and scrapbooks.
Languages Represented: English

Information for Researchers

Access

Collection is open for research.

Publication Rights

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Anne Henrietta Martin papers, BANC MSS P-G 282, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

Related Collections

Title: Mabel Vernon Papers,
Date: 1914-1920
Identifier/Call Number: (BANC MSS P-G 283)
Title: Nevada Woman Suffrage Miscellany,
Date: 1914-1918
Identifier/Call Number: (BANC MSS P-G 284)

Material Cataloged Separately

Photographs transferred to The Bancroft Pictorial Collections (BANC PIC 1951.006--PIC).
In addition to the papers grouped here, see those segregated under Mabel Vernon (BANC MSS P-G 283) and Nevada Woman Suffrage (BANC MSS P-G 284).
Correspondence to Anne Martin from Mabel Vernon will be found in the Anne Henrietta Martin Collection, while correspondence to Mabel Vernon from Anne Martin will be found in the Mabel Vernon Collection.
Printed Material:
Identifier/Call Number: fF848.A8A18 -
Austin, Nev.
Title: List of registered voters of Austin township...
Date: Nov. 7, 1916.
Austin, Nev., 1916.
Identifier/Call Number: F847.C5A18 -
Churchill county telephone and telegraph company.
Title: Directory...
Date: May, 1918.
[n.p., 1918]
Identifier/Call Number: F847.E5A18 -
Elko county telephone and telegraph company.
Title: Telephone directory...
Date: May, 1918.
[n.p., 1918]
Identifier/Call Number: F848.R3E6 -
Elks, Benevolent and protective order of Reno lodge no. 157.
Title: Roster...
[Reno, Nev., Green and Lake, printers, 1916]
Identifier/Call Number: F847.E8E7 -
Esmeralda County, Nevada. Assessor.
Title: Tax roll of Esmeralda County for the year...
Date: 1907, 1918.
Goldfield [1907-18]
Identifier/Call Number: F847.H9A18 -
Goldconda telephone and power company.
Title: [Directory]
Date: Feb. 1918.
[San Francisco, 1918]
Identifier/Call Number: F848.G6A18 -
Gold Hill, Nev.
Title: ...List of registered voters...
Date: Nov. 7, 1916.
Virginia City, 1916.
Identifier/Call Number: F846.H5 -
Hillyer, Curtis J.
Title: The winning of Nevada for woman suffrage, including oration of Hon. Curtis J. Hillyer, delivered before a joint session of the Nevada Legislature in
Date: 1869.
An unanswerable argument for the suffrage cause...
Carson, Nev., The Nevada printing company, 1916.
Identifier/Call Number: F835.K7 [1912] -
Kinney, Bruce, 1865-
Title: ...Mormonism, the Islam of America, by Bruce Kinney...
New York, Chicago [1912] 3 p.l., 5-190 p. front., plates, ports. 19 cm.
Identifier/Call Number: F848.C2L4 -
Leisure hour club, Carson City, Nev.
Title: Program...22nd year.
Date: 1917/18
Carson City, Nev. [1917]
Identifier/Call Number: F845.25.N4 1919 -
Nevada. Laws, statutes, etc.
Title: ...An act to provide for the organization and government of irrigation districts...
[Carson City? 1919]
Identifier/Call Number: F846.4.N4 1918 -
Nevada. Laws, statutes, etc.
Title: ...Election laws, comp. by George Brodigan, secretary of state.
Carson City, State printing office, 1918.
Identifier/Call Number: F846.1.N4 1864/5 -
Nevada. Legislature
Title: Journals...
Date: 1911-12.
2 v.
Identifier/Call Number: F846.4.N5 -
Nevada. Secretary of state.
Title: ...Official returns of the election...
Date: Nov. 1918.
Carson City, Nev., 1919
Identifier/Call Number: F844.E3N5 -
Nevada. University.
Title: ...Alumni bulletin...[no.1]
Reno, Nev., 1918-
Identifier/Call Number: F848.C2A18 -
Nevada consolidated telephone and telegraph company.
Title: Telephone directory [of Carson City]...
Date: May 1917.
[n.p., 1917]
Identifier/Call Number: F837.N35 -
Nevada federation of women's clubs.
Title: Year book,
Date: 1913/14.
Carson City [1913]
Identifier/Call Number: F837.N5x -
Nevada state equal suffrage association.
Title: Proceedings of the...annual convention...2d
Date: 1896.
[Reno? 1896]
Identifier/Call Number: F848.T6A18 -
Nevada telephone-telegraph company.
Title: Telephone directory...Tonopah, Goldfield, Manhattan, Hornsilver, Rhyolite, Beatty, Pioneer, Springdale...
Date: Feb. 1918.
[Goldfield, Nev., 191[?]]
Identifier/Call Number: fF848.R3A18 -
Reno, Nev.
Title: List of registered voters...
Date: Nov. 7, 1917.
Reno, 1916
Identifier/Call Number: F863.S8 -
Solomons, Selina.
Title: How we won the vote in California, a true story of the campaign of
Date: 1911...
S.F., published by the New Woman publishing co. n.d.
Identifier/Call Number: fF848.S6A18 -
Sparks, Nev.
Title: List of registered boters...
Date: Nov. 7, 1916.
Sparks, 1916
Identifier/Call Number: F845.1.U5 -
U.S. Congress, House. Committee on public lands.
Title: Nevada land grants. Hearings before the Committee on the public lands, House of representatives, sixty-fourth Congress, first session, on S. 2520 granting to the state of Nevada 7,000,000 acres of land in said estate for the use and benefit of the public schools of Nevada, etc. Wednesday,
Date: March 1, 1916.
Washington, Govt. print. off., 1916.
Identifier/Call Number: fF848.V4A18 -
Virginia City, Nev.
Title: ...List of registered voters...
Date: Nov. 7, 1916.
Virginia City, 1916.

Scope and Content

The Anne Henrietta Martin collection has been divided into three main sections:
1. General In and Out Correspondence. 1893-1951. 9 boxes.
2. 1918 Campaign Correspondence. In and Out Letters. 4 boxes.
3. 1920 Campain Correspondence. In and Out Letters. 3 boxes.
There are also 8 cartons, which contain miscellaneous items, plus 10 scrapbooks containing clippings and 7 packages of newspapers, such as the Suffragette, Votes for Women, The Woman's Journal and the Congressional Record. Pictures and photographs are in Carton 6. Four photographs are filed in the portrait drawer and have been assigned the numbers 4343-4344-4345-4346. A part of the collection was the gift of Anne Martin in April, 1940, while the remainder was the gift of Edna Martin Parratt (Anne Martin's niece) after Anne Martin's death in 1951.
See the Mabel Vernon Collection (BANC MSS P-G 283) for additional material removed from the Anne Martin collection and catalogued separately.
Correspondence to Anne Martin from Mabel Vernon will be found in the Anne Martin Collection while correspondence to Mabel Vernon from Anne Martin will be found in the Mabel Vernon Collection.

Biography

Anne Henrietta Martin was born in Empire City, Nevada, Sept. 30, 1875, the daughter of William O'Hara Martin and Louise Stadtmuller Martin. She received her A.B. from the University of Nevada in 1894 and also an A.B. and M.A. in history from Stanford University in 1896 and 1897. From 1899-1901, she studied at Columbia University and the Universities of Leipzig and London. She headed the History Department of the University of Nevada from 1897-1899, and again resumed this post in 1901, at which time she also lectured in art history. From 1906 until 1910, she was active in the British suffrage campaign and while in London, Anne Martin met the Herbert Hoovers through her friend, Mary Austin. Also, while in London, Anne Martin was imprisoned for suffrage demonstrations. From 1911 to 1914, she was president of the Nevada Equal Franchise Society and organized the women of Nevada. In 1914, due to her efforts, Suffrage was won for Nevada women. She was appointed to the Nevada Educational Survey Commission in 1915 while from 1915 to 1918, she was active in the National Women's Party, where she served as National Chairman, and the National American Women's Suffrage Association.
In 1918, she campaigned for the Senate as an Independent to fill the post vacated by the death of Senator Newlands -the first woman to run for a senatorial office in the United States. Out of 20,000 votes cast, Anne Martin polled 5,000. She again ran for this office in 1920 as an Independent and again was defeated.
In 1926, Anne Martin became Western regional director for the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom. She was a delegate to the World's Congress in Dublin in 1926 and again in Prague in 1929. Jane Addams was also very active in this group. In 1936, Anne Martin resigned from the organization due to a personal disagreement with the executive secretary. She then became involved with the Peoples Mandates to Governments to End War.
From 1940 until her death in 1951, Anne Martin wrote various magazine articles, including a biographical sketch of Josephine Butler that appeared in the 1944 edition of the Encyclopaedia Britannica, and later, an article on White Slavery that appeared in the 1948 edition of the Britannica. She made her home in Reno, Nevada, and Carmel, California, and died in Carmel, April 1951.

Key to Arrangement

 

Part I: General Correspondence

Box 1

Letters from: Jane Addams, American Civil Liberties Union, Mary Austin, Mary Ritter Beard, Abby Scott Baker, Emily Balch, Katherine Devereux Blake, Harriett Stanton Blatch, Florence Brewer Boekel, British Social Hygiene Council and Katherine Bushnell.

Box 2

Letters from: University of California, Laura Gregg Cannon, Carrie Chapman Catt, Congressional Union for Women's Suffrage, Henry Ford, Joséphine Frabasilis, Sara Bard Field, Katherine Fisher.

Box 3

Letters from: Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Good Housekeeping, Jessica Granville-Smith, Ida Husted Harper, W. Havermeyer, Lou Henry Hoover, Herbert Hoover, J. A. H. Hopkins, Hannah Clothier Hull, William Kent, Elizabeth Kent, John Edgar Hoover, Cordell Hull, John Haynes Holmes, Austin Lewis and Henry Cabot Lodge.

Box 4

Letters from: Pat McCarran, M. H. McIntyre, Vida Milholland, Ethelwyn Mills, H. L. Mencken, National Women's Party and Francis G. Newlands.

Box 5

Letters from: Alice Paul, Key Pitman, Agnes Ryan and Jeanette Rankin.

Box 6

Letters from: Margaret Chase Smith, Rosika Schwimmer, Anna Howard Shaw, J. P. Tumulty, Malevine C. Thompson, Dorothy Thompson, United Nations and Mabel Vernon.

Box 7

Letters from: Maud Younger, Charles Erskine Scott Wood, Margaret Wood and Bird Wilson.

Box 8

Out Letters: undated letters, 1892-Sept. 1916

Box 9

Out Letters: Oct. 1916-1950

 

Part II: 1918 Campaign Correspondence

Box 10

Letters from: Gertrude Atherton, Harriett Stanton Blatch, Charlotte Perkins Gilman and Lou Henry Hoover.

Box 11

Letters from: Margaret Long and Dudley Field Malone.

Box 12

Letters from: Alice Paul, Theodore Roosevelt, Upton Sinclair, Lincoln Steffens (one letter in X-X Film 1 [?]) and Charles Erskine Scott Wood.

Box 13

Out Letters

 

Part III: 1920 Campaign Correspondence

Box 14

Letters from: Dean Acheson, Jane Addams, Jessica Granville-Smith, Parley Parker Christiansen, Charlotte Perkins Gilman, and J. A. H. Hopkins.

Box 15

Letters from: Belle LaFollette, Lola Maverick Lloyd, Margaret Long, Elizabeth Kent and Mabel Vernon.

Box 16

Out Letters

 

General

Ctn. 1

Manuscripts and notes

Ctn. 2

Pamphlets (some removed for separate cataloging)

Ctn. 3

Pamphlets (some removed for separate cataloging)

Ctn. 4

Magazine and newspaper clippings - unsorted

Ctn. 5

Campaign Miscellaneous

Ctn. 6

Campaign Miscellaneous, cont., Women's International League for Peace and Freedom clippings and miscellany and Peoples Mandates to Governments to End Wars miscellany. (Portraits removed to portrait collection 9/16/1973. Photographs removed to Pictorial Collection 9/8 [?])

Ctn. 7

Suffrage material, bills and receipts

Ctn. 8

Personalia

volume Vols. 1-17

Scrapbooks, issues of The Suffragist, Vote for Women, The Suffragette Womens Journal, etc.

Partial List of Correspondents

Part I: General

 

Addams, Jane, 1860-1935

 

Letter(s), 1914-1935 (97). Also, 4 letters, 1935-1936, from the Jane Addams Memorial Fund. One signed by Alice Hamilton. The whole: 101 letters.

 

American Association for the United Nations

 

Letter(s), 1929-1939 (4). From New York, Colorado and California branches.

 

American Civil Liberties Union

 

Letter(s), 1938-1948 (2). Signed by Roger Baldwin, director.

 

American Social Hygiene Association

 

Letter(s), 1948-1949 (7).

 

Anedon, Beuluri

 

Letter(s), Nov. 7-8, 1916 (2).

 

Arkele, Reta

 

Letter(s), 1916-1918 (3).

 

Austin, Mary (Hunter), 1868-1934

 

Letter(s), 1918 & n.d. (8).

 

Balch, Emily Greene, 1867-

 

Letter(s), 1929-1931 (11).

 

Baker, Abby Scott

 

Letter(s), July-Sept., 1916 (10).

 

Barrett, Laura A.

 

Letter(s), June-July, 1920 (2).

 

Balzar, Idelle S.

 

Letter(s), Apr.-Sept., 1913 (4).

 

Baumann, Sophia E.

 

Letter(s), 1913-1948 (11).

 

Beard, Mary (Ritter), 1876-1958

 

Letter(s), 1942-1951 (25).

 

Beck, Anne A.

 

Letter(s), 1914-1916 (3).

 

Belford, Helen I.

 

Letter(s), n.d. and April 26, 1915 (2).

 

Belford, Samuel

 

Letter(s), 1914-1915 (6).

 

Blackwell, Sallie H.

 

Letter(s), 1898-1915 (10).

 

Blake, Katherine (Devereux)

 

Letter(s), 1914-1928 (19).

 

Blatch, Harriett (Stanton), 1856-1940

 

Letter(s), 1914-1916 (4).

 

Boeckel, Florence (Brewer)

 

Letter(s), 1918-1919 (3). Include copy of a letter to Mary Austin, May 4, 1918.

 

Bonnifield, Helen

 

Letter(s), 1914-1916 (31).

 

Boston Equal Suffrage Association for Good Government

 

Letter(s), Feb.-Oct., 1915 (2).

 

Boswell, Bessie

 

Letter(s), n.d. (2).

 

Bowen, Louise (de Koven), 1859-

 

Letter(s), 1935-1949 (18). One letter written by Helen Bowen Blair for her mother.

 

Boyle, Emmet Derby, 1879-1926

 

Letter(s), 1915-1922 (11). Mainly written as Governor of Nevada.

 

Bradley, May

 

Letter(s), Sept. 22-Oct. 6, 1914 (3).

 

Brady, Margaret

 

Letter(s), Sept. 30-Oct. 22, 1916 (2).

 

Bragg, Jeanette E.

 

Letter(s), May-Aug. 1912 (21).

 

Brannan, V. D.

 

Letter(s), Mar. 4-12, 1918 (3).

 

Bray, Bea

 

Card(s), n.d. (2).

 

Bray, John Edwards

 

Letter(s), 1913-1915 (4).

 

Bray, Mary B.

 

Letter(s), Mar. 11-23, 1914 (4).

 

Bray, Minnie L.

 

Letter(s), 1911-1915 (44). Written as President of Carson City, Nevada, Equal Franchise Society.

 

Bray, Nita

 

Letter(s), 1913-1914 (7).

 

British Social Hygiene Council

 

Letter(s), Mar.-May, 1949 (2). Signed by Eleanor French, Council Secretary.

 

Brown, Marjory

 

Letter(s), 1913-1916 (13).

 

Bulkley, Mary

 

Letter(s), Sept.-Oct., 1914 (3).

 

Burlingame, Emma

 

Letter(s), n.d. (3).

 

Bushnell, Katharine

 

Letter(s), 1943-1944 (15).

 

Caine, Mae

 

Letter(s), 1912-1914 (13).

 

California. University

 

Letter(s), 1939-1944 (20). Some from Herbert I. Priestly, as Director of Bancroft Library and Robert Underhill, Secretary of the Regents.

 

Cannon, Laura (Gregg)

 

Letter(s), 1913-1915 (59).

 

Card, Anne

 

Letter(s), 1912-1913 (14).

 

Carmel Development Company

 

Letter(s), 1916-1920 (2).

 

Carville, E. P.

 

Letter(s), May 5, 1945 (1). Written as Governor of Nevada.

 

Case, Francis

 

Letter(s), 1915-1916 (2).

 

Catt, Carrie Chapman, 1859-1947

 

Letter(s), 1914-1940 (5).

 

Chicago Tribune

 

Letter(s), Sept.-Oct., 1916 (4). Two letters signed by Robert R. McCormick as publisher.

 

Chicago. University

 

Letter(s), 1943-1948 (3).

 

Columbia University

 

Letter(s), April-May, 1949 (3).

 

Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage

 

Letter(s), 1915-1916 (21).

 

Current History Magazine

 

Letter(s), July-Nov., 1926 (2). One signed by Spencer Brodney, and the other by George W. Ochs Oakes.

 

Democratic Party. National Committee.

 

Letter(s), 1916 (2). Signed by Katherine Bass.

 

Denver. University

 

Letter(s), 1935-1936 (2). One signed by Ben M. Cherrington.

 

Eather, Effie

 

Letter(s), 1914-1942 (38).

 

Encyclopaedia Britannica

 

Letter(s), 1914-1950 (27). Some signed by Walter Yust, editor, concerning articles written by Anne Martin.

 

Fédération Abolitioniste & Internationale

 

Letter(s), April-May, 1949 (3).

 

Field, Sara Bard, 1882-

 

Letter(s), 1914-1919 (14).

 

Finch, James D., 1877-

 

Letter(s), Oct. 15, 1914 (1).

 

Fisher, Katherine

 

Letter(s), 1916-1919 (4).

 

Flannigan, Minnie

 

Letter(s), 1914-1919 (21).

 

Foley, Margaret

 

Letter(s), 1914-1915 (11).

 

Ford, Henry, 1863-1947

 

Letter(s), Jan. 30, 1919 (1).

 

Frabasilis, Josephine

 

Letter(s), Feb. 16, 1915 (1).

 

Funk, Antoinette

 

Letter(s), 1914-1915 (10).

 

Gartz, Kate (Crane)

 

Letter(s), 1942-1945 (2).

 

George, Julia

 

Letter(s), 1915-1916 (5).

 

Gilman, Charlotte (Perkins), 1860-1935

 

Letter(s), 1915-1919 (8).

 

Good Housekeeping

 

Letter(s), 1918-1922 (11). Signed by Clara Savage and M. F. Bigelow, as editors. Concerning articles by Anne Martin.

 

Granville-Smith, Jessica

 

Letter(s), n.d. (2).

 

Harper, Ida (Husted), d. 1931

 

Letter(s), 1919-1929 (4).

 

Havemeyer, William Frederick

 

Letter(s), 1918-1919 (3).

 

Hawaii. Department of Health

 

Letter(s), June-Aug., 1949 (3).

 

Hearst International

 

Letter(s), July-Aug., 1922 (2). Signed by Norman Hapgood as Editor.

 

Holmes, John Haynes, 1879-

 

Letter(s), Nov. 12, 1949 (1).

 

Hoover, Herbert Clark, Pres. U.S., 1874-1964

 

Letter(s), 1916-1941 (4). One signed by Lawrence Richey.

 

Hoover, John Edgar, 1895-1972

 

Letter(s), March 4, 1949 (1). Written as Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

 

Hoover, Lou (Henry), 1877-1944

 

Letter(s), 1914-1918 (3).

 

Hopkins, J. A. H.

 

Letter(s), Feb.-April, 1919 (4).

 

Hull, Cordell, 1871-1955

 

Letter(s), April 28, 1933 (1). Written as U.S. Secretary of State.

 

Hull, Hannah (Clothier)

 

Letter(s), 1926-1935 (5).

 

Hull House

 

Letter(s), 1914-1938 (7). Also include 2 letters from Hull House Associates.

 

Illinois Equal Suffrage Association

 

Letter(s), 1914-1915 (2).

 

Independent Corporation

 

Letter(s), May 1924 (2). One signed by Hamilton Holt.

 

International Free Trade League

 

Letter(s), May-Nov., 1918 (5).

 

Iowa Equal Suffrage Association

 

Letter(s), 1914-1915 (3).

 

Johnson, Hiram Warren, 1866-1945

 

Letter(s), Feb. 20, 1941 (1).

 

Just Government League of Maryland

 

Letter(s), 1914-1919 (2).

 

Kennaday, Paul

 

Letter(s), 1922-1925 (2).

 

Kent, Elizabeth (Thatcher), 1868-

 

Letter(s), 1914-1919 (17).

 

Kent, William, 1864-1928

 

Letter(s), 1914-1919 (4).

 

LaFollette, Robert Marion, 1855-1925

 

Letter(s), Sept. 6, 1924 (1).

 

Lewis, Austin, 1865-1944

 

Letter(s), 1939, n.d. (2).

 

Lodge, Henry Cabot, 1850-1924

 

Letter(s), Jan.-Feb., 1919 (3).

 

Long, Margaret, 1873-

 

Letter(s), 1916-1948 (14).

 

Massachusetts Woman Suffrage Association

 

Letter(s), 1914-1916 (4).

 

Mead, Elwood, 1858-1936

 

Letter(s), Feb. 3, 1919 (1).

 

Mencken, Henry Louis, 1880-1956

 

Letter(s), May 15, 1925 (1).

 

McCarran, Patrick A., 1876-

 

Letter(s), 1916-1946 (5).

 

McCulloch, Catherine Waugh, 1862-1945

 

Letter(s), Feb. 4-15, 1915 (2).

 

McIntyre, Marvin Hunter, 1878-1943

 

Letter(s), Aug. 26-28, 1936 (2). Written as Assistant Secretary to Franklin D. Roosevelt.

 

McLean, Robert, 1891-

 

The New York Evening Post. Letter(s), Feb.-March, 1915 (2). Signed by Robert McLean as circulation manager.

 

Miller, Clarence B.

 

Letter(s), Feb.-May, 1919 (14).

 

Minnesota Woman's Suffrage Association

 

Letter(s), 1914-1916 (4).

 

Mills, Ethelwyn

 

Letter(s), 1928-1930 (18).

 

Mississippi Valley Suffrage Association

 

Letter(s), Feb.-March, 1916 (5).

 

Missouri Equal Suffrage Association

 

Letter(s), Sept.-Oct., 1914 (3).

 

Munds, Francis W.

 

Letter(s), 1914-1915 (2).

 

The Nation

 

Letter(s), 1921-1940 (2). One signed by Ernest Gruening, as managing editor.

 

National American Woman Suffrage Association.

 

Letter(s), 1915-1916 (26).

 

National Arts Club, New York

 

Letter(s), 1929-1938 (3).

 

National Council of Women Voters

 

Letter(s), 1914-1915 (8).

 

National Party

 

Letter(s), Mar.-May, 1918 (3).

 

National Progressive Committee

 

Letter(s), Sept.-Oct., 1924 (2). Signed by John M. Nelson, Secretary.

 

National Woman's Party

 

Letter(s), 1916-1942 (71). Signed by Katherine Morey, Amy C. Ransome, and Katherine Taylor.

 

National Women's Suffrage Publishing Company

 

Letter(s), 1915-1916 (2).

 

New Jersey Woman's Suffrage Association

 

Letter(s), Jan.-May, 1915 (4).

 

Nevada. Attorney General's Office

 

Letter(s), March 14, 1914 (1).

 

Nevada. Dept. of Education

 

Letter(s), 1912-1914 (2). Signed by J. F. Abel.

 

Nevada. Dept. of State

 

Letter(s), 1902-1919 (5). Signed by George Bradigan, Secretary of State.

 

Nevada. Educational Survey Committee

 

Letter(s), Sept. 14-29, 1916 (3). Signed by George F. James, Secretary.

 

Nevada Equal Franchise Society

 

Letter(s), 1912-1918 (28).

 

Nevada. Industrial Commission

 

Letter(s), Sept. 15-22, 1914 (2).

 

Nevada. Office of the Lt. Governor

 

Letter(s), Feb. 10, 1915 (1).

 

Nevada. Office of the Governor.

 

Letter(s), June 23, 1915 (1).

 

Nevada. Office of the State Treasurer

 

Letter(s), Sept. 17, 1914 (1).

 

Nevada. State Historical Society

 

Letter(s), 1940-1946 (2).

 

Nevada. University

 

Letter(s), 1914-1950 (28). Some signed by A.W. Hendrick, Walter Clark, John O. Moseley, as Presidents and Frederick Tiraner, Dean of College of Education.

 

Newlands, Francis Griffith, 1848-1917

 

Letter(s), 1915-1916 (2).

 

Nixon, George Stuart, 1860-1912

 

Letter(s), March 11, 1912 (1).

 

Nye Co. Nevada

 

Letter(s), 1914-1916 (7).

 

Older, Fremont, 1856-1935

 

Letter(s), July 7, 1920 (1).

 

Our World

 

Letter(s), Aug. 1-2, 1922 (2). Signed by Malcolm W. Davis, editor.

 

Park, Alice

 

Letter(s), 1913-1949 (20).

 

Paul, Alice, 1885-

 

Letter(s), 1914-1946 (75)

 

People's Mandate to Governments to End War

 

Letter(s), 1936 (33). Signed by Gaeta Wold Boyer, Alice Dodge.

 

Pittman, Key, 1872-1940

 

Letter(s), 1914-1916 (16).

 

Pittman, Vail

 

Letter(s), 1914-1947 (5). Some signed as Governor of Nevada.

 

Poindexter, Miles, 1868-1946

 

Letter(s), 1919-1920 (2).

 

Pomerene, Atlee, 1863-1937

 

Letter(s), Jan. 21, 1919 (1).

 

Rankin, Jeanette, 1880-

 

Letter(s), 1913-1914 (3).

 

The Republic

 

Letter(s), Aug. 2, 1929 (1). Signed by Bruce Bliven.

 

Republican Party. National Committee

 

Letter(s), 1916-1919 (13). Signed by Alvin T. Hert, western manager, Harriet Vittum, William R. Willcox, Will H. Hays and others.

 

Reynolds, Paul Revere, 1864-1944

 

Letter(s), July 17, 1922 (1).

 

Richey, Lawrence, 1885-

 

Letter(s), March 7, 1929 (1). Written as secretary to Herbert Hoover.

 

Riegel, Ella

 

Letter(s), 1916-1920 (12).

 

Roosevelt, Anna Eleanor (Roosevelt), 1884-1962

 

Letter(s), April 14, 1936 (1). Signed by her secretary Edith Helm.

 

Roosevelt, Franklin Delano, Pres., U.S., 1882-1945

 

Letter(s), 1936-1940 (4). Letter, Oct. 29, 1940, signed by Roosevelt (written for him by "Missy" LeHand); two signed for him by Marvin H. McIntyre.

 

Roosevelt, Franklin Delano, Pres., U.S., 1882-1945

 

Letter(s), Oct. 29, 1940. (1). Written for him by his secretary, Missy LeHand. Also, include two letters from Marvin Hunter McIntyre and copy of a letter addressed to Miss Woolley. Four items altogether.

 

Schwimmer, Rosika, 1877-

 

Letter(s), 1936-1947 (2). With a forwarding note by Mary R. Beard.

 

Sheppard, Morris, 1875-1941

 

Letter(s), Dec. 7, 1915 (1).

 

Shaw, Anna Howard, 1847-1919

 

Letter(s), 1913-1915 (25).

 

Sherman, Lawrence, 1858-1939

 

Letter(s), Dec. 6, 1915 (1).

 

Smith, Margaret (Chase), 1897-

 

Letter(s), July 24, 1950 (1).

 

Stanford. University

 

Letter(s), 1920-1945 (12). Some signed by Ray Lyman Wilbur, as president. Also, four letters from the Hoover Library, signed by Nina Almond.

 

Stevens, Doris, 1892-

 

Letter(s), 1916-1947 (28).

 

The Suffragist

 

Letter(s), 1914-1920 (6).

 

Thompson, Dorothy, 1894-1961

 

Letter(s), Feb.-March, 1921 (2).

 

Tumulty, Joseph Patrick, 1879-

 

Letter(s), 1916-1918 (2). One written as Secretary to President Woodrow Wilson.

 

United Nations

 

Letter(s), 1949-1950 (15).

 

U.S. Department of Labor, Children's Bureau

 

Letter(s), 1918-1944 (11). Some signed by Katherine Lenroot.

 

Upton, Harriet Taylor, d. 1945

 

Letter(s), 1914-1915 (2).

 

Vernon, Mabel

 

Letter(s), 1914-1950 (101). General letters to Anne Martin.

 

Villard, Oswald Garrison, 1872-1949

 

Letter(s), 1929-1941 (5). One written as editor, The Nation.

 

Washoe Co. Nevada

 

Letter(s), Feb.-March, 1914 (2).

 

Whitney, Charlotte Anita, 1867-

 

Letter(s), Feb.-Sept., 1914 (6).

 

Whittemore, Margaret Fay

 

Letter(s), 1916-1919 (21).

 

Williams, Mary Wilhelmine, 1878-1944

 

Letter(s), 1936-1941 (6).

 

Wilson, Bird M.

 

Letter(s), 1912-1918 (70).

 

The Woman Citizen

 

Letter(s), July-Sept., 1922 (2). One letter addressed to Ernest Gruening referring to an article Anne Martin wrote for the Nation.

 

Woman's International League for Peace and Freedom

 

Letter(s), 1920-1936 (59). Some signed by Lucy Biddle Lewis and Dorothy Detzer.

 

Woman's Journal

 

Letter(s), 1911-1916 (51). Some letters signed by Alice Stone Blackwell and Agnes Ryan.

 

Woman's Peace Party

 

Letter(s), March-May, 1915 (4).

 

Woman's Social and Political Union

 

Letter(s), 1910-1911 (31).

 

Wood, Charles Erskine Scott, 1852-1944

 

Letter(s), Dec. 15, 1918 (1).

 

Younger, Maud

 

Letter(s), 1912-1919 (17).

Part II: 1918 Campaign

 

Addams, Jane, 1860-1935

 

Letter(s), March-Sept., 1918 (8). Four letters signed by Eleanor Daggett Karsten.

 

Atherton, Gertrude Franklin (Horn), 1857-1948

 

Letter(s), March 4, 1918 (1).

 

Blatch, Harriett (Stanton), 1856-1940

 

Letter(s), March 1918-Jan. 1919 (9).

 

Boeckel, Florence (Brewer)

 

Letter(s), April-Oct., 1918 (4).

 

Boyle, Emmet Derby, 1879-1926

 

Letter(s), Oct. 1-7, 1918 (2).

 

Cannon, Laura (Gregg)

 

Letter(s), Apr.-May, 1918 (2).

 

Condon, Mollie

 

Letter(s), May-Nov., 1918 (36). Some addressed to Emma Nolan, Katherine Lincoln, and Mabel Vernon.

 

Cooley, Winnifred (Harper)

 

Letter(s), July-Oct., 1918 (6).

 

Fels, Mary, 1863-

 

Letter(s), March-June, 1918 (3).

 

Fisher, Katherine

 

Letter(s), May-Dec., 1918 (9).

 

Gilman, Charlotte (Perkins), 1860-1935

 

Letter(s), March-Nov., 1918 (10). One letter signed by George Gilman.

 

Granville-Smith, Jessica

 

Letter(s), March-Nov., 1918 (34).

 

Henderson, Charles Belknapp, 1873-

 

Telegram, Nov. 6, 1918 (1).

 

Hilles, Florence (Bayard)

 

Letter(s), April-Oct., 1918 (6).

 

Hoover, Lou (Henry), 18877-1944

 

Letter(s), Apr. 13, 1918 (1).

 

Katzenstein, Caroline

 

Letter(s), March-Dec., 1918 (12).

 

Kent, Elizabeth (Thatcher), 1868-

 

Letter(s), March-Nov., 1918 (27).

 

Kent, William, 1864-1928

 

Letter(s), May-Aug., 1918 (3).

 

Lincoln, Kathryn

 

Letter(s), May-Nov., 1918 (25).

 

Long, Margaret, 1873-

 

Letter(s), March-Dec., 1918 (51).

 

Malone, Dudley Field, 1882-

 

Letter(s), Aug.-Oct., 1918 (3).

 

Mallon, Winifred

 

Letter(s), March-Nov., 1918 (5).

 

Mead, Elwood, 1858-1936

 

Letter(s), Mar.-May, 1918 (2).

 

Milholland, Vida

 

Letter(s), Sept.-Oct., 1918 and n.d.

 

Mullen, Katherine

 

Letter(s), 1918 (11).

 

National Popular Government League

 

Letter(s), June-Sept., 1918 (4).

 

National Voters League

 

Letter(s), Apr.-Oct., 1918 (2).

 

Nevada. Secretary of State

 

Letter(s), March-Nov., 1918 (7). Signed by George Bordigan.

 

Nolen, Emma

 

Letter(s), May-July, 1918.

 

Norcross, Frank Herbert, 1869-

 

Letter(s), Apr.-Oct., 1918 (2).

 

Patrick, Edward T.

 

Letter(s), May-July, 1918 (4).

 

Paul, Alice, 1885-

 

Letter(s), Apr.-Oct., 1918 (7).

 

Prohibition Party. National Committee

 

Letter(s), March-Oct., 1918 (17). Many signed by Virgil Hinshaw, chairman.

 

Riegel, Ella

 

Letter(s), Apr.-Nov., 1918 (34).

 

Roosevelt, Theodore, Pres., U.S., 1858-1919

 

Letter(s), March 22, 1918 (1).

 

Ross, Margery G.

 

Letter(s), Mar.-Oct., 1918 (14).

 

Sinclair, Upton, 1878-1968

 

Letter(s), March 29, 1918 (1).

 

Steffens, Lincoln, 1866-1936

 

Letter(s), May 19, 1918 (1).

 

Stevens, Doris, 1892-

 

Letter(s), Apr.-June, 1918 (3).

 

Vernon, Mabel

 

Letter(s), May-Dec., 1918 (44).

 

Walsh, Frank Patrick, 1864-1939

 

Letter(s). Mar.-July, 1918 (3).

 

Whittemore, Margaret Fay

 

Letter(s), Mar.-Oct., 1918 (8).

 

Wilson, Bird M.

 

Letter(s), Apr.-Nov., 1918 (7).

 

Wood, Charles Erskine Scott, 1852-1944

 

Letter(s), Sept.-Oct., 1918 and n.d.

Part III: 1920 Campaign

 

Acheson, Dean [?], 1893-

 

Letter(s), May 18, 1920 (1).

 

Addams, Jane, 1860-1935

 

Letter(s), June-Sept., 1920 (3).

 

Advocate of Peace

 

Letter(s), New York, Apr.-May, 1920 (2). Signed by George Perry Morris, assistant editor.

 

American Civil Liberties Union

 

Letter(s), June-July, 1920 (7). Some signed by Roger Baldwin, director.

 

American Federation of Labor

 

Letter(s), May 17, 1920 (1). Signed by Frank Morrison, secretary, concerning A. F. of L. endorsement.

 

Astor, Nancy Witcher (Langhorne) Viscountess

 

Letter(s), Oct. 1, 1920 (1).

 

Blatch, Harriett (Stanton), 1856-1940

 

Letter(s), May-July, 1920.

 

Caldwell, Robert J., 1875-

 

Letter(s), May-Oct., 1920 (5).

 

Catt, Carrie Chapman, 1859-1947

 

Letter(s), Mar.-Apr., 1920 (2).

 

Christensen, Parley Parker, 1869-

 

Letter(s), Sept.-Oct., 1920 (9).

 

Collier's Magazine

 

Letter(s), Apr.-June, 1920 (2). Signed by Loren Palmer, concerning an article on her campaign.

 

Gilman, Charlotte (Perkins), 1860-1935

 

Letter(s), June 24, 1920 (1).

 

Granville-Smith, Jessica

 

Letter(s), July 9, 1920 (2).

 

Greeley, Helen (Hoy)

 

Letter(s), May-Nov. 1920 (17).

 

Hopkins, J. A. H.

 

Letter(s), April-June 1920 (8). Mostly as Chairman of the "Committee of 48."

 

International Union of Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers

 

Letter(s), May-June, 1920 (2). Endorsing Anne Martin as senatorial candidate.

 

Katzenstein, Caroline

 

Letter(s), June-Aug., 1920 (3).

 

Kent, Elizabeth (Thatcher), 1868-

 

Letter(s), March-Dec. 1920 (12).

 

LaFollette, Belle (Case), 1859-1931

 

Letter(s), [1920] (1).

 

Lincoln, Kathryn

 

Letter(s), May-July, 1920 (2).

 

Long, Margaret, 1873-

 

Letter(s), May-Oct., 1920 (24).

 

The Nation

 

Letter(s), April-Nov., 1920 (3). One signed by Oswald Garrison Villard.

 

Nevada. Secretary of State

 

Letter(s), Aug.-Nov., 1920 (3). Signed by George Bradigan.

 

Parratt, Edna (Martin)

 

Letter(s), 1920 (2).

 

Vernon, Mabel

 

Letter(s), July-Oct., 1920 (3). All are telegrams.

 

Whittemore, Margaret Fay

 

Letter(s), Sept.-Oct., 1920 (3).

 

The World

 

Letter(s), Apr.-Oct., 1920 (2). Signed by Isaac Deforest White.