A Guide to the Adele Goodman Clark Papers, n.d., 1849-1978 Clark, Adele Goodman Papers M9

A Guide to the Adele Goodman Clark Papers, n.d. 1849-1978

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Adele Goodman Clark Papers n.d., 1849-1978
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This collection consists of 128 linear feet and oversize materials.
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Biographical/Historical Information

A founding member of the Virginia suffrage movement and a prominent supporter of the arts in Virginia, Adèle Goodman Clark (1882-1983) exemplified the influential role civically active women played in the major social reform movements of the twentieth century. Calling politics and art her "creative spirits", Clark was involved in a number of reform initiatives throughout her century of life that championed the rights of women and promoted the arts.

The second oldest daughter of Robert Clark (1832?-1906) and Estelle Goodman Clark (1847-1937), Adèle was born in Montgomery, Alabama on September 27, 1882. Before moving permanently to Richmond, the Clark family lived in New Orleans, LA, as well as the small town of Pass Christian, MS. It was in a one room school house in the latter town that Adèle developed a fondness for the arts. After her family moved to Richmond in 1894, Adèle enrolled in the Virginia Randolph Ellett School (now St. Catherine's). Adèle also studied art with Lilly M. Logan, who ran the art school at the Art Club of Richmond. In 1906 she was awarded a scholarship to the New York School of Fine and Applied Arts (the Chase School of Art), where she studied under Kenneth Hays Miller, Douglas Cannal, William M. Chase, and Robert Henri, leader of the "Ash Can" school of painting. Upon her return to Richmond, Clark began a teaching career at the Art Club of Richmond. It was here that Adèle began her long association and friendship with acclaimed Virginia artist, Nora Houston. When the Art Club of Richmond was dissolved in 1917, the women went on to establish The Atelier. Under their direction this private art studio, located adjacent to Clark's Chamberlayne Avenue residence, became a training ground for such noted Virginia artists as Edmund Archer, Eleanor Fry and Theresa Pollack (founder of the VCU School of the Arts). Two years later they founded the Virginia League of Fine Arts and Handicrafts, where they both held the title of artistic director. During this period, they participated in a fundraising campaign for the resurrection of the old Academy of Sciences and Fine Arts. Their goal became a reality in 1930 when the new Richmond Academy of Arts, forerunner to the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, was established on Capitol Street.*

Clark's interest in the suffrage movement began in 1909 when she was asked by novelist Ellen Glasgow to sign a petition calling for Virginia women to gain voting privileges. On November 27th of that year Clark, along with eighteen other civic-minded women, held a preliminary meeting to discuss the establishment of a state-wide suffrage organization. At this first meeting of what would become the Equal Suffrage League of Virginia, Clark was elected secretary, a position she held for one year. She later helped direct legislative initiatives, organized suffrage rallies and went on speaking tours that helped establish new League chapters throughout the state. Clark also served for several years as chair of the ratification committee and head of the Equal Suffrage League lobby to the Virginia General Assembly.

After passage of the Nineteenth Amendment in 1920 (which was ratified by Virginia in 1952), the Equal Suffrage League of Virginia was transformed into the Virginia League of Women Voters (VLWV). For nearly two decades Clark played a major role in the VLWV.

Selected as the VLWV's first chair in 1920, Clark became president one year later. She held this position for eighteen years (nonconsecutively). Her work in the VLWV involved constant study of legislation involving social issues and governmental efficiency and administration. In 1924, Clark was elected to the board of the National League of Women Voters (NLWV) as Director of the Third Region. The region included Washington, D.C., Virginia, and six other southern states. The following year she was elected Second Vice President of the NLWV, in which capacity she served until the Spring of 1928. During that period Clark traveled to conventions in twenty-four states on speaking tours. Along with other officers of the NLWV she helped resolve league organizational problems.

In addition to her work for the VLWV and NLWV, Clark also served on two important state government commissions. In 1922, Governor E. Lee Trinkle appointed her to the Commission on the Simplification of State and Local Government, on which she served for two years as secretary of the Commission. In addition to performing the editorial and clerical work of the Commission, Clark also authored several of the chapters of the Commission's final report (January 1924) to the Virginia General Assembly. Four years later, Governor Harry F. Byrd, Jr. appointed Clark to the Liberal Arts College for Women Commission, on which she also served as secretary. The nine member Commission studied the feasibility of establishing a new liberal arts college for women in Virginia. The second report of the Commission (January 1930), which contained the "set-up" of the proposed college [now Mary Washington College?], was the product of research conducted by Clark with the assistance of Commission advisors.

Clark's strong commitment to higher education was exemplified in several other ways. From March - September, 1926, she served as the Social Director of women students at the College of William and Mary. She was also instrumental in the establishment of citizenship courses for women through the University of Virginia's Extension Division. The courses were designed to educate women about the intricacies of governmental institutions.

During the New Deal era, Clark distinguished herself in two important agencies. In 1933, she was selected as a field supervisor for the National Reemployment Service (NRS). Along with the state reemployment director and other field staff, she assisted in the organization of local reemployment offices throughout Virginia. After stepping down as field supervisor for the NRS, Clark became the Virginia Arts Project Director of the Work Projects Administration (WPA). This particular branch of the WPA was created to provide employment opportunities for artists in Virginia. In addition to producing murals for public buildings, artists employed by the WPA executed hundreds of paintings that were then distributed to local and state tax-supported institutions for display. One major accomplishment during Clark's tenure at the WPA was the establishment of new art galleries, such as the Southwest Virginia Museum at Big Stone Gap.

In the later years of her life, Adèle Clark remained active in the Richmond community. After converting to Roman Catholicism in 1942, Clark utilized her political experience as a member of the Richmond Diocesan Council of Catholic Women (RDCCW). From 1949 to 1959 she served as the chair of the RDCCW's Legislative Committee. Clark also continued to speak out against a number of issues affecting women, such as the passage of the Equal Rights Amendment and abortion.

Clark remained an active supporter of the Richmond art community. From 1941 to 1964 she was a member of the Virginia Arts Commission. The Commission helped to produce many of the murals and portraits displayed in state government buildings that depict the history of Virginia. Moreover, Clark's dedication to the teaching of art did not wane in these later years. She taught art to both the young and old in hospitals, schools and church classrooms. She also continued to enjoy creating her own artworks. Clark's paintings, mostly portraits and landscapes, have been exhibited in several states. One of her paintings, "The Cherry Tree", is in the permanent collection of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.

Clark had a unique perspective on the influence of art on her political ideology. She once stated, "I've always tried to combine my interest in art with my interest in government. I think we ought to have more of the creative and imaginative in politics."

Adèle Clark died at the age of 100 on June 5, 1983.

[Information from newspaper accounts and the Adèle Goodman Clark Papers.]

Scope and Content Information

The Adèle Goodman Clark papers document the life and activities of Miss Clark (1882-1983) throughout her adult life, as well as those of her closest friends and relatives. Miss Clark was a member of a small group of civically active Richmond women whose names appear throughout the collection. Of particular note are members of Clark's family, Edith Clark Cowles, Willoughby Ions, and friends Roberta Wellford, Lila Meade Valentine, Lucy Randolph Mason, Ida Mae Thompson, Eudora W. Ramsay Richardson, Nora Houston and Josephine Houston. A list and chart describing the family relationships follows the Series Description and Arrangement, which specifically details the arrangement of the collection and highlights areas of particular significance within each series.

The collection is comprised of five major components, each with its own depth of coverage, usually dependent upon the length of Clark's involvement. The first major component of the collection contains materials pertaining to the Clark and Houston families with their multiple activities, responsibilities and affiliations. The documents in this section include the personal correspondence of Adèle Clark, Nora Houston, and members of both the Clark and Houston families. Correspondence from Estelle Goodman Clark, Cely "Nainaine" Ions, and Estelle Adèle Goodman

Willoughby Ions provide a richly detailed account of the more significant events within the Clark-Ions family. Also included is personal, business, and legal correspondence between members of the Goodman family, predating the Civil War, and personal correspondence to Clark and Nora Houston from close friends and associates such as Cornelia Adair, T. Bowyer Campbell, Mary Elizabeth Pidgeon and Roberta Wellford. Additional family information is provided by legal and real estate correspondence, biographical sketches, family and genealogical histories, composition books, diaries, journals, and poetry by various members of the Clark and Houston families. Some items of significance include handwritten memoranda and notes, poems, short stories and other fictional material written by Adèle Clark during her lifetime. The Virginia Historical Society holds additional Clark family materials (see Appendices).

The collection also includes correspondence from businesses and civic organizations with which Clark, Edith Clark Cowles, and the Dooley/Houston family were affiliated during their lifetimes. A list of the more significant organizations includes the Virginia Society for Crippled Children and Handicapped Adults, Commission of Inter-Racial (or Interracial) Cooperation, Woodrow Wilson Foundation, National Consumers League, and Social Science Research Council-Committee on Public Administration. There is also correspondence from prominent local and state government officials that further document the political activities and biases of these women. Brochures, memoranda and publications from these organizations are scattered throughout the collection.

While the family correspondence provides information about Clark's early years, the greatest significance of the collection lies in its documentation of the activities of the suffrage movement, both locally and nationally. The collection is particularly strong in its representation of correspondence, reports, memoranda and publications reflecting the sentiments and political positions of both the pro- and anti- suffrage movement from 1913 until the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment in 1920. A large portion of this segment also documents the actions of the post-suffragists in their work through the national, state and local chapters of the League of Women Voters (LWV). Clark's considerable role of participation in the Virginia League of Women Voters (VLWV) in the first two decades of the organization provides an abundant amount of material chronicling the many social and political issues in which local and national LWV members were engaged. Although the documentation of the activities of the LWV continues well into the 1970s, the collection is not as strong for the later years as it is for the earlier period.

The suffrage materials, the second and largest component in the collection, are composed of documentation of the Equal Suffrage League of Virginia (ESLV), Richmond League of Women Voters, the VLWV, and the reorganized League of Women Voters of Virginia (LWVV). The ESLV materials includes correspondence, committee and financial memoranda, convention material, notes, reports and miscellaneous literature. There is a large quantity of outgoing correspondence created by the corresponding secretaries of the ESLV which pertains to the efforts of organizing local suffrage chapters throughout the state and between officers of the ESLV, state and national government officials. Also included is correspondence between ESLV President, Lila Meade Valentine, and women of significance within the suffrage movement including Carrie Chapman Catt, Anna Howard Shaw, Maud Wood Park and Kate Gordon. While there is a substantial amount of correspondence generated by the central office of the ESLV, between 1909-1912 there are some major gaps. A portion of this documentation for the early history of the ESLV can be found at the Library of Virginia (see Appendices). Throughout its eleven year existence, the ESLV compiled an enormous amount of literature on the suffrage movement published by the National American Women Suffrage Association (NAWSA), and other organizations. Materials generated by the movement and represented in this portion of the collection include petitions, photographs, enrollment cards, posters, suffrage maps, sashes and other ephemeral items. Additional publications have not been indexed but are available for research.

The bulk of the materials of the remaining suffrage organizations represented in the collection fall within a fourteen year time frame, 1920-1934, and includes President/Executive Secretary correspondence, bulletins, circulars, committee memoranda, and financial statements as well as records relating to the Virginia Cookery Book, the Governor's Ball and the citizenship courses sponsored by the VLWV. Clark also corresponded with the President of the NLWV and other officers in the national organization. The significant correspondents include Maud Wood Park, Belle Sherwin, Katherine Ludington, and Gertrude Ely. Incoming correspondence from prominent Virginia women such as Faith Morgan, Roberta Wellford, Mary Elizabeth Pidgeon, Kate Waller Barrett, Mrs. John L. Lewis of Lynchburg, Mrs. John H. Lewis of Ashland, and Mrs C.E. [Jessie] Townsend of Norfolk can be found in both the President/Executive Correspondence files and the Board of Directors/Executive Committee/Standing Committees file of the VLWV.

The records of the VLWV document in great detail the legislative agenda over a fourteen year period. The VLWV materials contain correspondence, circulars, memoranda questionnaires and reports pertaining to the Children's Code Commission, Virginia Women's Council Legislative Chairman of State Organizations and other major committees of the VLWV; revealing which major pieces of legislation were of utmost concern to Clark and the VLWV. Like its predecessor, the VLWV collected a wide variety of literature from state, national and international organizations which championed a spectrum of causes of interest to Clark and her associates. These organizations include the League of Nations Association, National Council for the Prevention of War, National Women's Trade Union League of America, and Southern Council of Women and Children in Industry.

Documentation of the NLWV (1920-1945) and the later reorganized League of Woman Voters of Virginia (1946-presents) includes correspondence and memoranda produced by Clark as Second Vice President in charge of Legislation and Law Enforcement and Third Regional Director for the NLWV. In addition to correspondence, memoranda, minutes, notes and reports there are materials detailing her involvement in nationally sponsored speaking tours throughout several regions of the United States. Items from the national office consist of mimeographed Adèle Goodman Clark correspondence and memoranda, reports, press releases and various publications created by the major standing committees and departments of the NLWV. Clark's activity in both the state and national leagues diminished to a great extent after 1934. Records of the latter local, state and national organizations primarily consists of bulletins, newsletters, and other literature published and distributed by the organizations.

Clark was very involved in the commemoration of the contributions of Lila Meade Valentine to the suffrage movement. The collection contains the organizational records of the Lila Meade Valentine Memorial Association (1921-1937), which was established to raise money for a memorial tablet dedicated to Mrs. Valentine to be placed in the Capitol Building in Richmond. Much of the material consists of correspondence and memoranda between the association's chairperson, Adèle Clark and the individuals who contributed to the memorial fund. There is also correspondence between Clark and the sculptor chosen to produce the memorial tablet. Other material includes financial data, contributors lists, minutes, notes and reports documenting the association's fundraising activities.

The collection of materials related to state and national politics comprises the third major section of the Clark Papers. These materials include correspondence, memoranda, minutes, reports, statistical data, and literature generated by or related to the work of the Commission on the Simplification of State and Local Government (1921-1927) and the Liberal Arts College Commission (1918, 1929-1933). Material pertaining to both of these government commissions highlight the research and information gathering work undertaken by Clark and the members of these commissions before presentation of the final reports to the Virginia General Assembly. The collection also contains the annotated drafts and proofs of the reports in various stages of development. Correspondence, notes, reports and travel vouchers highlight Clark's duties as a NRS Field Supervisor and her involvement with the National Reemployment Service (1925-1937). Correspondence between Clark and the State Reemployment Director reveal the types of reemployment projects in which the NRS was actively engaged throughout the state. In addition, correspondence between Clark and other field staff demonstrate the extent to which Clark participated in managing local reemployment offices during her tenure with the NRS. Published reports, speeches, manuals, newspaper clippings and other ephemeral materials are also included.

The fourth area of interest of Adèle's, as reflected in the collection, was religion. Included here are the organizational records and personal items documenting the religious activities of Clark, Nora Houston, and several members of the Houston family. It should be noted that Clark was baptized and confirmed in the Episcopal Church and later became a devout Roman Catholic after Nora Houston's death in 1942. Included is correspondence between both women and various religious organizations, church leaflets, pamphlets and prayerbooks, periodicals and other items of a religious nature. Some of the organizations with which Clark and Houston corresponded include the Catholic Woman's Club, National Council of Catholic Women, National Conference on Christians and Jews, and Catholic Daughters of America. Beth Ahabah Museum and Archives holds other materials of a religious nature relating to the Goodman family.

The final component of the collection, second in size only to that of the suffrage and voting rights material, is that of art, particularly art in Virginia. An artist by training, Adèle Clark worked ceaselessly for increased public awareness of the traditions and richness of art within the Commonwealth. To this end, the collection documents the contributions of Clark and her colleagues in the following endeavors: the Art Club of Richmond, Atelier, Virginia League of Fine Arts and Handicrafts, Richmond Academy of Arts, Virginia Arts Commission, and Works Project Administration-Federal Arts Project. In addition to containing the correspondence relating to the operations of these organizations, the records also contain memoranda, minutes and reports of committees, and materials on exhibitions sponsored by these organizations. Of particular significance are the records of the Academy Committee of the Art Club that document the committee's role in attempting to resurrect the arts academy. Materials relating to the WPA and the Virginia Arts Commission emphasize Clark's substantial role in making the public a more active player in the promotion of the arts. Clark's monthly and narrative reports on several WPA art galleries, as well as data on the Index of American Design, provide a detailed account of the variety of art projects the WPA underwrote in Virginia.

The collection also contains a range of art and art school publications, art supply advertisements, catalogs, exhibition bulletins and notices from local and national art institutions. A small number of drawings, sketches and miscellaneous artwork created by Adèle Clark, Nora Houston and other artists are also represented. Some of the more notable pieces include Clark's original lithograph "Richmond Market at Christmas", copies of Nora Houston's house sketches and artwork produced by children of various ages. Lastly there are numerous kinds of illustrations and reproductions that Clark and Houston utilized in their art classes.

Significant portions of the collection are in fragile condition, particularly newspaper clippings and photographs. Reference copies of the photographs are available for use. A large portion of the clippings have been photocopied and the process will continue as time and staff permit.

Special Collections has also purchased suffrage and related materials. Please ask a staffmember for information about these supporting items.

Organization

Series I--Correspondence and Family Materials (n.d., 1849-1971) has been organized into four major subseries. Subseries Aconsists of the personal correspondence, diaries, poetry, short stories, memoranda, notes written by Adèle Clark, as well as legal and real estate data pertaining to Clark's residence at 3614 Chamberlayne Ave. Clark's written manuscript entitled "My Cossack" is included. The subseries has been further divided by family members, friends and associates and outgoing and miscellaneous correspondence only roughly identified. Correspondence found in this subseries provides some biographical data on several members of the Clark family and close personal friends. Subseries Bconsists of all of the correspondence written to the members of the Clark family (Cowles, Ions and Goodman families) and personal items. Arranged alphabetically, some of the letters are addressed to more than one individual, legal and real estate data of property owned by the members of these families. Subseries Cincludes correspondence written to Nora Houston, her mother, Mrs. Josephine Dooley Houston, and other members of the family, personal items of the Dooley-Houston family legal and real estate data. The materials have been arranged in a similar fashion to that found in Subseries A. This section provides detailed information about Alice Dooley, Coralie Floyd Lewis, Florence Dooley Lewis and Sarah Lewis Woodville. Subseries Dconsists of the correspondence, essays, poetry and items from individuals not obviously related to the Clark or Houston families. Subseries Econsists of Birthday, Christmas, holiday, sympathy cards and commencement, wedding and other invitations received by Adèle Clark. Most of the material is arranged according to type. Some of Clark's Christmas cards are arranged chronologically.

Series II--Business/Civic Organization Correspondence (n.d., 1903-1971) has been organized into three major subseries. Subseries Aconsists of correspondence from various business and civic organizations with which Adèle was affiliated during her life. Various local civic associations are represented including the Richmond Child Labor Committee, Richmond Council on Adult Education and Richmond Public Forum. There is also correspondence from several state, civic and government entities such as the Virginia Women's Council of Legislative Chairman of State Organizations. In the Virginia Society for Crippled Children and Handicapped Adults file, there is correspondence between Adèle and Cornelia Adair, President of the Richmond Area Chapter and Walter C. Chapman, Executive Director of the Virginia Society in regards to program and fundraising events put on by the society. This file also documents Clark's teaching of art and drawing to the children who were cared for by the society. Clark also corresponded with several national organizations devoted to social and political reforms such as the Woodrow Wilson Foundation, National Consumers League and Social Science Research Council-Committee on Public Administration. In the Woodrow Wilson Foundation file there is one letter addressed to Adèle Clark from Franklin D. Roosevelt, who thanked her for contributing money to the foundation. As a result of Clark's political activities in Virginia there are a number of letters from prominent members of both the executive and legislative branches of state government, including Harry F. Byrd, Jr., E. Lee Trinkle and Hill Montague. Subseries Bconsists of the business correspondence of Adèle's sister, Edith Clark Cowles. Included in this small subseries is correspondence from the Richmond Training School where Mrs. Cowles taught for a number of years. Subseries Ccontains all of the correspondence to Nora Houston, Mrs. Josephine Houston, and Alice Dooley from business and civic organizations and prominent local and state civic leaders. Arranged alphabetically, most of the correspondence is addressed to Nora Houston during the period when she was most active in civic affairs. Some of the local civic organizations in which Houston was active include the Business and Professional Women's Club of Richmond, City Democratic Committee, Richmond Community Fund, Richmond Tuberculosis Association, and Commission on Inter-Racial Cooperation.

Series III--Equal Suffrage League of Virginia (ESLV) (n.d., 1892-1926) is composed of eight major subseries. Subseries Acontains the correspondence of the President/Secretary and is arranged chronologically. This subseries includes incoming and outgoing correspondence of the main office of the ESLV, a large portion generated by the corresponding secretaries. Significant correspondence within the series is addressed to President Lila M. Valentine from prominent members of the national suffrage movement, such as letters from Kate Gordon, President of the Southern States Woman Suffrage Conference and Carrie Chapman Catt regarding the plank proposed by the National American Woman Suffrage Association in 1916. Subseries BEqual Suffrage League of Richmond consists of bulletins and circulars, drafts, notes and correspondence of the Board of Directors/Executive Committee, as well as lists of officers and members of the local League. Arranged alphabetically much of the material from the local suffrage league covers only the last two years of its existence. Subseries CNational American Women Suffrage Association consists primarily of literature and is arranged alphabetically. This includes the "Efficiency Booklet Series" pamphlets, political equality leaflets, convention brochures, and press releases. Subseries Dcontains literature distributed by state and national suffrage organizations. The series also contains other organizational materials devoted to reform. Three organizations of particular note are the Empire State Campaign Committee 1914-1915/New York State Suffrage Women's Party 1916-1917, Just Government League of Maryland, and Southern States Woman Suffrage Conference. Subseries Ecomprises a wide range of materials pertaining to the activities of the ESLV and is arranged alphabetically. There are more than a dozen essays written by such Virginia activists as Kate Langley Bosher, Adèle Clark, and Lucy R. Mason. Also included is printed literature documenting the anti-suffrage movement. Subseries Fconsists of signed enrollment cards. Subseries Gincludes signed petitions of the ESLV that are arranged alphabetically by county and city. Subseries Hconsists of petitions to the Virginia General Assembly and is also arranged alphabetically by county and city. Petitions include information on an individual's occupation in addition to name and address. Series IV-- The Richmond League of Women Voters (n.d. 1920-1978) has been arranged in two different ways. The President/Executive Secretary Correspondence has been arranged chronologically. The remainder of the series has been arranged alphabetically by subject and record type.

Series V--Virginia League of Women Voters (VLWV) (n.d., 1915-1967) has been organized into twelve major subseries. Subseries Ais arranged chronologically and consists of all of the correspondence from various officers of the National League of Women Voters. The NLWV officers include the President, Congressional Executive, Press secretary, various chairpersons from the NLWV standing committees, the treasurer and assistant treasurer, and the vice-presidents. The large amount of correspondence between the state and national office provides valuable insight into the legislative reform agenda of the NLWV during the first two decades of its existence. It also provides information on the amount and breakdown of dues the VLWV was expected to pay on an annual basis. In addition to the correspondence of the NLWV, there is also a considerable quantity of outside correspondence from civic organizations involved in legislative reforms. For example, the Florence Crittenton Mission, Co-Operative Education Association, American Social Hygiene Association and National Popular Government League lobbied the VLWV to support specific bills before Congress. Edith Clark Cowles held the post of executive secretary of the VLWV from 1920 to 1922 and Ida Mae Thompson was executive secretary of the VLWV from 1922-1934. This series includes correspondence from significant VLWV members such as Mrs. C.E. "Jessie" Townsend, Roberta Wellford, Mary Elizabeth Pidgeon, Jeffries Heinrich, Mrs. John L. Lewis and Kate Waller Barrett. After 1933, the correspondence in the subseries reflects Clark's increasing interest in issues related to labor and unemployment. Letters form Secretary of Labor Frances Perkins and the Assistant Director of the Division of Labor Standards, Clara M. Beyer, pertain to state and federal labor legislation advocated by the Department of Labor. Little specific information is provided on the actual reorganization of VLWV because of gaps in the correspondence during this time period. Subseries Bconsists of records generated by the Board of Director, Executive Committee, General Council and major standing committees of the VLWV. The minutes of the Executive Committee and the Board of Directors document in great detail actions taken by various standing committees on proposed programs. The committee portion of the subseries is arranged alphabetically by committee name. The work of the nine standing committees parallels that of the standing committees and departments of the NLWV. Subseries Cis comprised of materials pertaining to the participation of Adèle Clark and other VLWV members in the state and national league conventions. Arranged chronologically by year, the records of the national convention primarily consist of the correspondence of VLWV members who attended the conventions. There is, however, additional material in the files of the 1925 NLWV Richmond convention such as program committee correspondence, staff conference minutes and notes and Gala Finance Luncheon data. These files demonstrate the time and effort that Clark and others put into planning the national convention held in Richmond. Subseries Dconsists of material created by the Finance Department and the Treasurer's Office of the VLWV. The treasurer of the state league established quotas for local leagues, while the finance chairperson's main duty was to devise the means for raising money in the VLWV. Subseries Econtains materials pertaining to the activities of the Children's Code Commission, Virginia Women's Council of Legislative Chairman of State Organizations, and the legislative committee of the VLWV. New state and federal legislation concerning child welfare, health and education, economy and efficiency in government and the legal status of women were closely monitored by the VLWV's legislative chairperson. Nora Houston, who served as the VLWV legislative chair for six years, corresponded regularly with the sponsors of key pieces of legislation originating in the Virginia General Assembly. The file of candidates/legislator's replies, as well as other materials, in this subseries documents the successes and failures of the VLWV advocacy of key legislative measures. Subseries Fdocuments the formation and activities of local leagues throughout Virginia. The original order (alphabetical by city, by city/county and by county) has been maintained. While a majority of these leagues existed for only a few years, there were several that maintained a large, active group of members for more than a decade. Correspondence and reports from Mrs. C.E. [Jessie] Townsend of the Norfolk League, Mrs. John H. Lewis of the Lynchburg league and Gertrude Boatwright of the Roanoke league illustrate the successful measures these women employed in making the local organization active branches of the VLWV.

Subseries Gis comprised of material relating to the VLWV's involvement in citizenship courses taught at the University of Virginia's Extension Division in providing courses that were designed to educate the new women voters on the complexities of government. Letters between Clark and citizenship course instructors, E. Jeffries Heinrich and Mary Elizabeth Pidgeon, as well as the Extension Division Director, make up the more significant correspondence in the subseries. Additional correspondence between these individuals can be found in Subseries A (President/Executive Secretary Correspondence). Subseries Hconsists of a wide variety of literature from local, state, national and international civic organizations. The subseries is arranged alphabetically. Some of the more significant publications collected include the Foreign Policy Association, League of Nations [Non-Partisan] Association, National Council for the Prevention of War, and National Women's Trade Union League. The NLWV also collected literature from such state agencies as the Board of Health, Bureau/Department of Labor and Industry and Board/Department of Public Welfare. Bulletins and Publications from the U.S. Department of Labor Women's/Children's Bureau and the U.S. Civil Service Commission are also found in this subseries. Subseries Iconsists of all records relating to the VLWV's short-lived fundraising activity, the Governor's Ball. Subseries Jis comprised of material pertaining to the publication and distribution of the Virginia Cookery Book. The cookbook was also a fundraising effort on the part of the VLWV. Subseries Kis arranged alphabetically and some of the more significant files in this subseries include correspondence to the congressional district directors, vice-presidents of the VLWV and between the Third Regional Director and the VLWV. Biographical data on prominent legislators, government officials and prominent women affiliated with the VLWV can also be found in this subseries.

Series VI--The League of Women Voters of Virginia (n.d., 1945-1970) is comprised of material pertaining to the state league after its reorganization in the mid- 1940s. Although Adèle Clark was a member of the new state league, she did not serve as an officer during the later period. The series does contain, in addition to the usual materials, a convention message made by Clark in 1969 as well as scripts of local radio addresses she gave in the 1950s.

Series VII--The National League of Women Voters (n.d., 1919-1947) has been organized into three major subseries. Subseries Aconsists of materials that document Clark's major activities as a NLWV officer. Some of the more significant material in this subseries include correspondence between Clark and other NLWV officers during her tenure as Third Regional Director (1924-1925) and as Second Vice President in Charge of Legislation and Law Enforcement (1925-1928). There is no correspondence between Clark and the state league in these files. Also to be found in this series is material relating to Clark's participation as a delegate to several NLWV conventions, as well as her NLWV sponsored speaking tours to different regions of the country. Subseries B, in conjunction with the usual files, contains memoranda and publications from several of the special NLWV committees: the Get-Out-the-Vote Committee, Special Committee on Immigration and Radio Committee. The voluminous amount of Committee/Department records in this subseries documents all the major spheres of legislative action and lobbying undertaken by the NLWV at this time. Subseries Cis arranged alphabetically.

Series VIII--League of Women Voters (n.d., 1946-1976) is comprised of materials related to the activities of the national league after World War II. The first part of the series, arranged alphabetically, includes some of the major surviving publications of the LWV, such as Action, Brief for Actionand The National Voter.

Series IX--Commission on Simplification of State and Local Government (n.d., 1921- 1927) consists of material documenting the work of the Commission charged to produce a report for the Virginia General Assembly outlining the ways in which state and local government bureaucracy could be streamlined.

Series X--Liberal Arts College for Women Commission (n.d., 1918-1938) is composed of materials documenting the efforts of the Commission to establish a separate liberal arts college for women. Over a four year period, this nine member commission studied several possible sits for the new college. Some of the more significant material in this series includes correspondence between Clark, members of the Commission and city government officials whose cities were considered as proposed sites. In 1930, the Virginia General Assembly passed legislation continuing the work of the commission with the proviso that the new college be located no less that thirty miles from the University of Virginia.

Series XI--National Reemployment Service (n.d., 1925-1938) is arranged alphabetically. The series contains correspondence between Clark and the State Reemployment Director, George Grey (1933-1934), and Frank Cavedo (1934-1935), correspondence and minutes from the Employment Planning Committee, literature from the U.S. Employment Services, NRS, Department of Labor and Richmond's Public Employment Bureau. Records generated by Clark and other NRS field staff demonstrate how the NRS helped local communities alleviate the critical problem of unemployment.

Series XII--Lila Meade Valentine memorial Association (n.d., 1921-1936) contains the records documenting the work of Clark and others to finance a tablet in memory of the famous suffrage leader.

Series XIII--Religious Materials has been organized into four major subseries. Subseries Aconsists of materials concerning the Richmond Diocesan Council of Catholic Women. This socially active organization was an affiliate of the National Council of Catholic Women. Subseries Bis comprised of periodicals, leaflets, pamphlets and prayer books from a number of denominations. The Catholic periodicals are alphabetically arranged by title. The last five folders in this subseries consist of miscellaneous church literature. Subseries Cconsists of two major parts: correspondence between Adèle Clark and local and national religious organizations with which she was affiliated and secondly, correspondence between Nora Houston and numerous Roman Catholic churches and organizations. The first is arranged alphabetically, and includes the Catholic Daughters of America, Daughters of the King, National Conference of Christians and Jews, and Richmond Diocese. The latter, also arranged alphabetically, contains correspondence from the National Council of Catholic Women, St. Joan's Social and Political Alliance, and Catholic Women's Club (Houston briefly served as president).

Subseries Dcontains items of a religious nature, primarily baptismal and confirmation certificates, religious essays and stories pertaining to the Roman Catholic church.

Series XIV--Art (n.d., 1850-1971) has been arranged into ten major subseries. The first six subseries contain the records of six major art organizations. Subseries Aconsists of materials that document the twenty-six year history of the Art Club of Richmond (1895-1919). The correspondence files are arranged chronologically and provide information on the relationship between the Art Club and the American Federation of Arts. It also includes information pertaining to the sale of Liberty Loan Bonds for the purpose of resurrecting the old Arts Academy. Subseries Bcontains information concerning the management of the Atelier (1918-1937). Subseries Cdetails Clark and Houston's work as artistic directors for the Virginia League of Fine Arts and Handicrafts (1919-1931). Since this organization was an outgrowth of the Atelier, the correspondence overlaps with the correspondence in the previous subseries. Subseries Dis comprised of material documenting the establishment and activities of the Richmond Academy of Arts/Academy of Sciences and Fine Arts (1917-1920, 1925-1944, 1946, 1949-1950). The files reveal Clark's role in the early history of the institution and her activities while serving on the Academy's Board of Trustees. There are also a number of historic accounts written by Clark on the founding of the original Arts Academy in 1786. Subseries Econtains materials spanning the twenty three period, 1941-1964, when Clark was an active member of the commission. The files contain early records of the committee to establish an Art Commission. Subseries Fconsists of material concerning Clark's role as the director of the Works Project Administration--Virginia Arts Project. Under Clark's supervision, art galleries were operated in three localities and county museums in two locations, with extension work in several Virginia counties. Information concerning the art galleries and museums can be found in the narrative and monthly progress reports which Clark wrote as a WPA director. Correspondence exists discussing the establishment of the Southwest Virginia Museum at Big Stone Gap and additional material in the subseries pertains to Clark's work on the Index of American Design. Correspondence between Clark and C.A. Glasgold, the coordinator for the Index of American Design and Nora Houston, its state supervisor, demonstrates how the documentation was carried out. Subseries Gconsists of information on a variety of local and state cultural institutions with which Clark was associated, including the Richmond Artists Association, Virginia Art Alliance and Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. Subseries Hcontains a variety of printed materials pertaining to art work and art in general. Subseries Iis comprised of unrelated items such as art museum, school supply correspondence, essays, exhibit notices and notices of Adèle Clark and Nora Houston's artwork. Also included is a typewritten transcript of an interview done with Adèle Clark in 1963. Subseries Jconsists of sketches, drawings, lithographs and other artwork produced by Clark, Nora Houston and several others. A large portion of the artwork is undated.

Series XV--Ephemera and Photographs (n.d., ca. 1850 - ca. 1970) is comprised of material relates to all segments of the collection. Subseries Acontains newspaper clippings collected by Clark, members of the family, friends and co-workers. There is evidence that the ESL and VLWV subscribed to a clipping service that enabled these organizations to receive clippings concerning their political and social interests from newspapers across the country. Subseries Bcontains the ephemeral items found throughout the collection that range from postcards and buttons, to tickets and cemetery receipts. Subseries Cconsists of all the photographs from the various sections of the collection. There are over 500 photographs in all; approximately 350 family photos, and 100 relating to the suffrage leagues.

Series
Series I: Correspondence and Family Materials (n.d., 1849-1971)

Subseries A: Adèle Clark (n.d., 1893-1971)
Subseries B: Clark Family (n.d., 1849- 1954)
Subseries C: Houston Family (n.d., 1874-1946)
Subseries D: Others (n.d., 1899-1969)
Subseries E: Greeting Cards (n.d., 1910-1970)

Series II: Business/Civic Organization Correspondence (n.d., 1903-1971)

Subseries A: Adèle Clark (n.d., 1908-1971)
Subseries B: Edith Clark Cowles (n.d., 1903-1949)
Subseries C: Alice Dooley/Josephine and Nora Houston (n.d., 1915-1953)

Series III: Equal Suffrage League of Virginia (n.d., 1892-1926)

Subseries A: President/Secretary Correspondence (n.d., 1909-1920)
Subseries B: Equal Suffrage League of Richmond (n.d., 1915-1920)
Subseries C: National American Women Suffrage Association (n.d., 1913-1920)
Subseries D: Other Suffrage Organizations (n.d., 1910-1926)
Subseries E: Topical File (n.d., 1892-1920)
Subseries F: Enrollment Cards (n.d., 1914-1915)
Subseries G: Petitions of Equal Suffrage League (n.d.)
Subseries H: General Assembly Petitions (organized by both county and city)

Series IV: Richmond League of Women Voters (n.d., 1920- 1978)

Series V: Virginia League of Women Voters (n.d., 1915-1967)

Subseries A: President/Executive Secretary Correspondence (n.d., 1920-1944)
Subseries B: Board of Directors/Executive Committee/General Council/Standing/Special Committees File (n.d., 1921-1934)
Subseries C: State/National League Convention Material (n.d., 1921-1933)
Subseries D: Financial Material (n.d., 1921-1939)
Subseries E: Legislative Material (n.d., 1921-1944)
Subseries F: Local District/League Material (n.d., 1920-1934)
Subseries G: University of Virginia File--University Extension Division (n.d., 1920-1938)
Subseries H: Other Organizations (n.d., 1915-1956)
Subseries I: Governor's Ball (n.d., 1926-1929)
Subseries J: Virginia Cookery Book (n.d., 1921-1937)
Subseries K: Topical File (n.d., 1918-1967)

Series VI: League of Women Voters of Virginia (n.d., 1945-1970)

Series VII: National League of Women Voters (n.d., 1919-1947)

Subseries A: Adèle Clark Officer File (n.d., 1924-1932)
Subseries B: Standing Committees\Departments File (n.d., 1919- 1935)
Subseries C: Topical File (n.d., 1919-1947)

Series VIII: League of Women Voters (n.d., 1946-1976)

Series IX: Commission on Simplification of State and Local Government (n.d., 1921-1927)

Series X: Liberal Arts College for Women Commission (n.d., 1918-1970)

Series XI: The National Reemployment Service (n.d., 1925- 1938)

Series XII: Lila Meade Valentine Memorial Association (n.d., 1921-1936)

Series XIII: Religious Materials (n.d., 1893-1970)

Subseries A: Richmond Diocesan Council of Catholic Women (R.D.C.C.W) (n.d., 1948-1970)
Subseries B: Literature (n.d., 1922-1970)
Subseries C: Organizational Correspondence (n.d., 1912-1970)
Subseries D: Topical File (n.d., 1893-1970)

Series XIV: Art (n.d., 1850-1971)

Subseries A: Art Club of Richmond (n.d., 1895-1919)
Subseries B: Atelier (n.d., 1918-1937) [merged with the restored Academy in the spring of 1930]
Subseries C: Virginia League of Fine Arts and Handicrafts (n.d., 1919-1934) [grew out of the Atelier and later merged with the Academy]
Subseries D: Richmond Academy of Arts/Academy of Sciences and Fine Arts (n.d., 1917-1953)
Subseries E: Virginia Arts Commission [established 1916] (n.d., 1913-1965)
Subseries F: Works Project Administration/Virginia Arts Project (n.d., 1935-1942)
Subseries G: Other Art Organizations (n.d., 1932-1971)
Subseries H: Printed Materials (n.d., 1901- 1969)
Subseries I: Topical File (n.d., 1917-1968)
Subseries J: Artwork (n.d., 1850- 1939)

Series XV: Ephemera and Photographs (n.d., ca. 1850 - ca. 1970)

Adèle Goodman Clark Papers
94-May-18

Subseries A: Newspaper Clippings (n.d., ca. 1910 - ca. 1970)

Subseries B: Ephemera (n.d., 1918-1950)

Subseries C: Photographs (n.d., ca. 1850 - ca. 1970)

IDENTIFICATION OF SELECTED CORRESPONDENTS:

    Adèle Goodman Clark Papers, 94-May-18

  • Brunot, Katherine and Mary--cousins of Adèle.
  • Campbell, T. Bowyer--friend of Adèle, became a priest in the Episcopal Church.
  • Clark, Adèle [Lish, Dele, Delly]--daughter of Estelle and Robert Clark.
  • Clark, Estelle Goodman ["Dree", "Muzzie" or "Pouncey"]--mother of Adèle, Richmond address 3614 Chamberlayne Avenue, died September/October 1937.
  • Clark, Robert [-1906]--father of Adèle.
  • Clark, Ruth [1878- 1879]--second daughter of Estelle and Robert Clark, died aged fifteen months in Pass Christian, Mississippi.
  • Cowles, Adeline Harmon [1907-199?, "Itty Binn"]--daughter of Edith and Julius Cowles, only niece of Adèle, married James Cox.
  • Cowles, Edith Clark ["Baby", "Deetie" or "Binn"]--oldest child of Estelle and Robert Clark, sister of Adèle, married Julius [Jules] D. Cowles, lived in Brooklyn, N.Y. during marriage.
  • Dew, Gertrude Clark ["Trudie", "Trudee" or "Teedee"]-- youngest child of Estelle and Robert Clark, sister of Adèle, married G. Frank Dew, Richmond address [1930s] 2918 Hawthorne Avenue.
  • Goodman, Ben--brother of Estelle Goodman Clark.
  • Goodman, E.S. ["Uncle Eddy"]--brother of Estelle Goodman Clark, owned 3614 Chamberlayne house, traffic manager, Richmond Chamber of Commerce.
  • Grogan, Charles Edward--cousin related to the Clark family, lived in Baltimore, Maryland.
  • Ions, Clarendon--son of Cely and Robert Ions, first cousin of Adèle and brother of Willoughby, lived in various places and held various jobs.
  • Ions, Estelle de Willoughby [Willoughby]--daughter of Cely and Robert Ions, first cousin of Adèle, lived with Adèle in 3614 Chamberlayne Avenue house, also resided in New York City and Washington, D.C.
  • Ions, Lily--sister of Robert Ions, lived in Petersburg, Virginia, died July 5, 1947.
  • Ions, Robert ["Godpa" or "Berto"]--husband of Cely Goodman Ions, lived in Fairfax, Virginia.
  • Ions, [Cecile] Cely Goodman ["Nainaine"]--sister of Estelle Goodman, godmother of Adèle, married in 1879 to Robert Ions.
  • Miller, Kirk and Watson--cousins.
  • Nathan, Allan--cousin of Estelle Goodman.
  • Houston family:

  • Dooley, Alice--sister of Josephine Dooley Houston.
  • Dooley, Katherine--cousin of Alice Dooley.
  • Jones, Mary--lived with Miss A.E. Dooley, Richmond address 314 E. Main Street.
  • Other names:

  • Aunt Emma--sister of Estelle Goodman.
  • Baba or Getch--mother of Julius D. Cowles.
  • Dorkas, Dorko or Dorcas--father of Julius D. Cowles, lived in Cuba for a while.
  • Mollie, Will and Theo--cousins, lived in New Jersey. Toad--member of Cowles family.

Contents List

Series I: Correspondence and Family Materials (n.d., 1849-1971)
  • Subseries A: Adèle Clark (n.d., 1893-1971)
    • Box 1
      Brunot, Catherine and Mary n.d., 1932-1967
    • Box 1
      Clark, Estelle Goodman n.d
    • Box 1
      Clark, Estelle Goodman 1910-1922
    • Box 1
      Clark, Estelle Goodman 1924-1936
      [FRAGILE DOCUMENTS]
    • Box 1
      Clark, Robert 1894
    • Box 1
      Cowles, "Dorcus" 1907-1908
    • Box 1
      Cowles, Edith Clark n.d, 1898-1938
      [FRAGILE DOCUMENTS]
    • Box 1
      Cowles, Julius "Jule" D. n.d
    • Box 1
      Cox, Adeline Cowles n.d., 1907-1967
    • Box 1
      Darby, Edward and Madge n.d., 1937-1951
    • Box 1
      Dew, Gertrude "Trudie" Clark n.d 1905, 1912-1946
    • Box 1
      Dew, Frank and Vana [Franklin Trice?] n.d., 1934-1971
    • Box 1
      Goodman, Edward S. 1914-1929
    • Box 1
      Goodman, Emma 1917
    • Box 2
      Grogan, Charles Edward 1910-1918
    • Box 2
      Gudgeon, Corinne 1918-1937
    • Box 2
      Gudgeon, Gustavus 1918
    • Box 2
      Ions, Cely "Nainaine" n.d.
    • Box 2
      Ions, Cely "Nainaine" 1893-1912
    • Box 2
      Ions, Cely "Nainaine" 1913-1915
    • Box 2
      Ions, Cely "Nainaine" 1916-1917
    • Box 2
      Ions, Cely "Nainaine" 1918-1919
    • Box 2
      Ions, Cely "Nainaine" 1920-1922
    • Box 2
      Ions, Cely "Nainaine" 1923-1925
    • Box 3
      Ions, Cely "Nainaine" 1926-1930
    • Box 3
      Ions, Claredon n.d., 1911-1934
    • Box 3
      Ions, Estelle "Tetelle" 1905-1912
    • Box 3
      Ions, Estelle "Tetelle" 1913-1923
    • Box 3
      Ions, Estelle "Willoughby" n.d.
    • Box 3
      Ions, Estelle "Willoughby" 1925-1930
    • Box 3
      Ions, Estelle "Willoughby" 1931-1933
    • Box 3
      Ions, Estelle "Willoughby" 1934-1958
    • Box 3
      Ions, Lily n.d.,1906, 1926-1943
    • Box 3
      Ions, Robert "Godpa" n.d., 1893-1947
    • Box 4
      Miller, Kirk C. n.d., 1913-1919
    • Box 4
      Miller, Lee S. 1903-1909
    • Box 4
      Miller, Watson B. 1907-1948
    • Box 4
      Moss, Sanford n.d., 1932-1949
    • Box 4
      Nathan, Harold and Virginia n.d., 1938-1958
    • Box 4
      Nathan, Heloise n.d.,1924, 1931-1956
    • Box 4
      Powell, Francis W. n.d., 1943
    • Box 4
      Wharton, Mary, Mollie and Theo 1906-1942
    • Box 4
      Adair, Cornelia S. n.d., 1910-1951
    • Box 4
      Archer, Edmund "Ned" 1940-1972
    • Box 4
      Astor, [Lady] Nancy 1926,1932
    • Box 4
      Byrd, Harry F., Jr. [U.S. Senator] 1924, 1944
    • Box 4
      Campbell, Bowyer T. n.d., 1910-1936 [includes biographical data]
    • Box 4
      Campbell, Bowyer T. 1942-1960
    • Box 4
      Campbell, Bowyer T. n.d., 1961-1971
    • Box 4
      Cooper, Jane "Mammy" 1914-1934
    • Box 4
      Ely, Gertrude n.d., 1928
    • Box 4
      Freeman, Douglas S. 1951
    • Box 4
      Gills, Mary Louise n.d., 1942-1948
    • Box 4
      Heinrich, Jeffries n.d., 1926, 1932-1959
    • Box 4
      Houston, Josephine "Miss Joe" n.d., 1912-1944
    • Box 4
      Houston, Margaret 1912
    • Box 5
      Houston, Nora n.d.
    • Box 5
      Houston, Nora 1912- 1940
    • Box 5
      Houston, Ruth 1935
    • Box 5
      Johnson, Mrs. Lyndon "Lady Bird" 1964
    • Box 5
      Keiley, Mrs. Lewis 1943-1950
    • Box 5
      LeMasurier, Bessie 1929-1943
    • Box 5
      Lewis, Coralie Floyd 1925-1959
    • Box 5
      Lewis, Mrs Elizabeth H. n.d., 1930, 1937
    • Box 5
      Ludington, Katherine 1930-1934
    • Box 5
      Morgan, Faith W. n.d., 1939-1957
    • Box 5
      Packard, Phoebe E. 1902-1931
    • Box 5
      Park, Maud Wood 1935-1952
    • Box 5
      Peaseley, William J. 1956-1959
    • Box 5
      Pidgeon, Mary Elizabeth n.d., 1928-1962
    • Box 5
      Poythress, Charlotte [includes biographical information] n.d.
    • Box 5
      Poythress, William P. and S.R. n.d
    • Box 5
      Randolph, Dr. Bessie Carter 1930-1956
    • Box 5
      Roosevelt, Mrs. Eleanor 1934, 1945
    • Box 5
      Sadler, Elizabeth 1938-1950
    • Box 5
      Sherwin, Mrs. Belle 1928-1944
    • Box 5
      Slemp, Bascom C. 1940-1943
    • Box 5
      Turner, Martha n.d., 1930-1968
    • Box 6
      Valentine, Lila M. 1917
    • Box 6
      Wellford, Roberta n.d., 1916, 1928-1947
    • Box 6
      Wilson, [President] Woodrow 1922
    • Box 6
      from Aurora [last name unknown] 1913
    • Box 6
      from Olive [last name unknown] 1914, 1918
    • Box 6
      from Walter [last name unknown] n.d.
    • Box 6
      A-H (6 folders) n.d.
    • Box 7
      J-Z (8 folders) n.d.
    • Box 8
      Miscellaneous n.d., 1920-1959
    • Box 8
      Miscellaneous n.d., 1917-1970
    • Box 8
      Outgoing n.d., 1928-1969
    • Box 8
    • Box 8
      Address Books n.d.
    • Box 8
      Biographical Sketches/Statements n.d.
    • Box 8
      Business and Legal Documents--Chamberlayne House n.d., 1965-1967
    • Box 8
      Compositions n.d., 1898
    • Box 8
      Diaries 1895 (Atlanta Exposition), 1907
    • Box 8
      Equal Rights Amendment--Correspondence and Memoranda 1970-1978
    • Box 8
      Essay Exams--"History of Education" 1914-1915
    • Box 8
      Longfellow Poem Book 1898 [FRAGILE]
    • Box 8
      Memoranda and Notes n.d.
    • Box 9
      Manuscript--"My Cossack" by Adèle Clark [notes included] n.d.
    • Box 10
      Poem 1910, "Miss Adele Clark" by A.A. Willes, August 20, 1910
    • Box 10
      Poems 1902-1912
    • Box 10
      Poems and Short Stories n.d.
    • Box 10
      Proclamations n.d.
    • Box 10
      Short Story-- Our Little Ones1889 [FRAGILE]
    • Box 10
      Speech Drafts and Notes n.d., 1910-1970
  • Subseries B: Clark Family (n.d., 1849-1954)
    • Correspondence to Estelle Goodman Clark from:
      • Box 10
        Cowles, Edith Clark1904-1906
      • Box 10
        Cowles, Edith Clark1907-1935
      • Box 10
        Cowles, Edith Clark (2 folders) n.d.
      • Box 10
        Cowles, Julius D. n.d., 1905
      • Box 10
        Dew, Gertrude Clark n.d., 1906-1935
      • Box 11
        Goodman, Emma n.d., 1915-1922
      • Box 11
        Ions, Cely n.d., 1910-1930
      • Box 11
        Ions, Lelia n.d., 1929
      • Box 11
        Moss, Sanford 1932
      • Box 11
        Nathan family n.d., 1930-1935
      • Box 11
        Wharton, "A.C" 1930-1937
      • Box 11
        Wharton Family n.d., 1910-1937
      • Box 11
        Cousin "May" [last name unknown] 1908
      • Box 11
        Miscellaneous n.d.
      • Box 11
        Miscellaneous 1905-1925
      • Box 11
        Miscellaneous 1926-1937
    • Correspondence to Mr. Robert Clark from:
      • Box 11
        Cowles, Edith Clark 1904
      • Box 11
        Miscellaneous 1901
    • Correspondence to Edith Clark Cowles from:
      • Box 11
        Clark Family 1910
      • Box 11
        Clark, Robert 1896-1897
      • Box 11
        Cowles, Julius 1896-1919
      • Box 11
        Cox, Adeline Cowles n.d., 1917-1920
      • Box 12
        Dew, Gertrude Clark 1920
      • Box 12
        Goodman, Edward S. 1897-1920 [FRAGILE DOCUMENTS]
      • Box 12
        Thark, Eva n.d., 1891-1893 [FRAGILE DOCUMENTS]
      • Box 12
        Walker, Clara 1885
      • Box 12
        Campbell, T. Bowyer 1913-1917 [FRAGILE DOCUMENTS]
      • Box 12
        Pidgeon, Elizabeth 1920, 1954
      • Box 12
        Thompson, Ida Mae 1920-1922
      • Box 12
        Valentine, Lila Meade n.d., 1919
      • Box 12
        Miscellaneous n.d.
      • Box 12
        Miscellaneous 1886-1910 [FRAGILE DOCUMENTS]
      • Box 12
        Miscellaneous 1911-1917
      • Box 12
        Miscellaneous 1918-1944
    • Correspondence to Julius D. Cowles from:
      • Box 12
        Miscellaneous 1905-1918
      • Box 12
        Cowles Family Miscellaneous n.d., 1908-1917
    • Correspondence to Adeline Harmon Cowles Cox from:
      • Box 12
        Clark, Estelle Goodman "Dee" n.d., 1908-1913
      • Box 13
        Miscellaneous 1909-1930
      • Box 13
        Miscellaneous n.d., 1933-1940
    • Correspondence to Gertrude Clark Dew from:
      • Box 13
        Miscellaneous n.d., 1906-1912
    • Correspondence to Ben Goodman from:
      • Box 13
        Clark, Estelle Goodman 1862-1863
    • Correspondence to Daniel Goodman from:
      • Box 13
        Miscellaneous [includes business and legal documents] 1849-1858 [FRAGILE DOCUMENTS]
    • Correspondence to Edward S. Goodman from:
      • Box 13
        Miscellaneous 1869-1903 [FRAGILE DOCUMENTS]
      • Box 13
        Miscellaneous and Outgoing Correspondence, Traffic Bureau of Richmond 1905-1940 [FRAGILE DOCUMENTS]
      • Box 13
        Goodman Family Miscellaneous 1859, 1872 [FRAGILE DOCUMENTS]
      • Box 13
        Goodman Family Miscellaneous 1872-1893 [photocopied correspondence-originals in fragile
      • Box 13
        document box]
      • Box 13
        Goodman Family Miscellaneous n.d., 1881-1903 [FRAGILE DOCUMENTS]
      • Box 14
        Ions, Cely n.d. 1894-1928
      • Box 14
        Ions, Claredon n.d.
      • Box 14
        Ions, Estelle "Willoughby" n.d., 1929-1954
      • Box 14
        Ions, Lelia [?] n.d.
      • Box 14
        Ions, Lily n.d., 1934-1943
      • Box 14
        Ions, Robert n.d., 1925-1943
      • Box 14
        Clark [Robert] Life Insurance Policy 1870
      • Box 14
        Clark/Goodman Family--Family Data n.d., 1937
      • Box 14
        Cowles, Edith Clark
      • Box 14
        Composition/Poetry Books n.d., 1891
      • Box 14
        English Literature Class Notes n.d., 1914-1915
      • Box 14
        Latin Exercise Notebook 1899
      • Box 14
        Miscellaneous Notes n.d.
      • Box 14
        Poem--"Soliloquy" n.d.
      • Box 14
        School Notebook 1891
      • Box 14
        Cox, Adeline Cowles
      • Box 14
        Class Notes and Exercises n.d.
      • Box 15
        Cox, Adeline Cowles
      • Box 15
        Composition Books n.d., 1916
      • Box 15
        Diary June 1921
      • Box 15
        Music Notes n.d.
      • Box 15
        Recital Programs 1931-1958
      • Box 15
        St. Catherines' Yearbooks 1923-1924
      • Box 15
        Goodman, Edward S.
      • Box 15
        Legal/Real Estate Material 1933-1941
      • Box 15
        Ions, Clarendon
      • Box 15
        Poem and Real Estate Correspondence 1927-1929, 1948
      • Box 15
        Ions, Estelle "Willoughby"
      • Box 15
        Legal/Real Estate Material 1933-1943
      • Box 15
        Poems/Short Stories and Illustrations n.d.
      • Box 16
        Ions, Robert
      • Box 16
        Diaries/Memoranda and Miscellaneous 1881, 1925-1926
      • Box 16
        Ions Family--Family Data, Deeds and Insurance Policies n.d., 1932-1956
  • Subseries C: Houston Family (n.d., 1874-1946)
    • Correspondence to Mrs. Josephine Dooley Houston from:
      • Box 16
        Bailey, Anne S. n.d., 1930-1932
      • Box 16
        Bailey, Natalie n.d., 1918
      • Box 16
        Boyd, Mrs. J. "The Baby" n.d., 1932
      • Box 16
        Campbell, T. Bowyer 1917-1930
      • Box 16
        Dooley, Alice n.d., 1908-1922
      • Box 16
        Dooley, James n.d., 1914
      • Box 16
        Dooley, Katherine 1932-1933
      • Box 16
        Houston, Margaret 1926-1933
      • Box 16
        Houston, Nora n.d., 1911-1929
      • Box 16
        Houston, Ruth n.d., 1916-1933
      • Box 16
        Ions, Estelle "Willoughby" 1929
      • Box 16
        Lewis, Coralie Floyd n.d., 1911-1943
      • Box 16
        "Agnes" [last name unknown] n.d., 1926
      • Box 16
        "Ham" [last name unknown] 1929
      • Box 16
        Miscellaneous 1907-1926
      • Box 16
        Miscellaneous 1927-1943
      • Box 17
        Miscellaneous n.d.
      • Box 17
        Outgoing Business n.d.
      • Box 17
        Outgoing Miscellaneous n.d. [FRAGILE DOCUMENTS]
      • Box 17
        Outgoing to "Sister" n.d.
    • Correspondence to Nora Houston from:
      • Box 17
        Clark, Adèle n.d., 1913-1937
      • Box 17
        Dooley, Alice 1913, 1920
      • Box 17
        Dooley, James n.d., 1915
      • Box 17
        Dooley (?), Katherine n.d., 1931-1933
      • Box 17
        Freeman, Douglas S. 1929
      • Box 17
        Harrison, Norvell 1925
      • Box 17
        Houston, Emily 1933
      • Box 17
        Houston, Josephine Dooley 1908-1909 [FRAGILE DOCUMENTS]
      • Box 17
        Houston, Josephine Dooley n.d., 1912-1933 [FRAGILE DOCUMENTS]
      • Box 17
        Houston, Margaret 1926-1933
      • Box 17
        Houston, Ruth 1933
      • Box 17
        Ions, Estelle "Willoughby" 1930
      • Box 17
        Mason, Lucy 1913-1922
      • Box 17
        Annie and Bessie [cousins--last names unknown] n.d., 1925
      • Box 17
        Mary [last name unknown] n.d.
      • Box 17
        Miscellaneous n.d.
      • Box 17
        Miscellaneous 1905-1922
      • Box 17
        Miscellaneous 1923-1929
      • Box 18
        Miscellaneous 1930-1941
      • Box 18
        Outgoing Correspondence n.d., 1917-1929
      • Box 18
        Moore, May n.d., 1924-1928
      • Box 18
        Pidgeon, Mary Elizabeth n.d., 1921-1934
      • Box 18
        Shaw, Evelyn n.d., 1922-1926
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        Valentine, Lila Meade n.d., 1914-1916
    • Correspondence to Josephine and Nora Houston from:
      • Box 18
        Jones, Mary Dooley n.d.
      • Box 18
        Keily, Lavalette "Lavvy" n.d.
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        Keily, Lavalette "Lavvy" n.d.
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        Keily, Margaret Lynn n.d., 1926
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        Lewis, Coralie Floyd n.d.
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        Lewis, Florence Dooley n.d.
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        Lewis, Florence Dooley n.d. [FRAGILE DOCUMENTS]
      • Box 19
        Woodville, Sarah Lewis 1912-1913, 1924, 1935
      • Box 19
        Miscellaneous n.d., 1915-1934
    • Correspondence to Ruth Houston from:
      • Box 19
        Houston, Nora n.d., 1933
      • Box 19
        Jones, Mrs. R. Mc. C. "Mary" n.d.
    • Dooley Family Correspondence
      • Box 19
        Dooley, Alice n.d., 1908-1932
      • Box 19
        Dooley, James 1907-1920
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        Dooley, Sarah 1887
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        Houston, Emily n.d., 1923-1946
      • Box 19
        Houston, Margaret and Ruth n.d.
    • Correspondence to the Dooley-Houston family from:
      • Box 19
        Jones, Mary Dooley
    • Correspondence to Lavalette "Lavvy" Keily from:
      • Box 19
        Houston, Mrs. Josephine Houston 1908-1911
      • Box 19
        Lewis, Coralie Floyd n.d.
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        Lewis, Florence Dooley n.d.
      • Box 19
        Lewis, Mrs. William L. n.d.
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        Keiley - Lewis Family n.d.
      • Box 19
        "Mamsie" [last name unknown] n.d.
      • Box 19
        "Tantie" [last name unknown] n.d.
    • Correspondence to Cary Breckinridge Woodville from:
      • Box 20
        Woodville, Sarah Lewis n.d.
      • Box 20
        Woodville, Sarah Lewis n.d., 1893-1911
      • Box 20
        Dooley-Houston Family
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        British Isles Trip Correspondence 1927
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        Thraves Child Correspondence 1933
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        Family/Genealogical Data n.d., 1877, 1924, 1942
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        Dooley, James H.--Estate Correspondence 1923-1925
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        Dooley, Josephine E.(?)--Academy of Visitation Certificate & Composition Book
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        1874, 1876
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        Houston, Emily--Genealogical Chart, Life Insurance Policy, Marriage Certificate, Poems, Property & Tax Data 1917-1949
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        Houston, Dr. Henry Gibson--Notebook n.d.
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        Houston, Nora
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        Diaries 1900-1901 [FRAGILE]
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        Houston, Nora
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        Notes n.d.
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        Jones, Lelia--Composition Book 1877 [FRAGILE]
      • Box 21
        Swannanoa Property Data 1926-1953
  • Subseries D: Others (n.d., 1899-1969)
    • Box 21
      Bailey, Ann Stuart--Correspondence n.d., 1928
    • Box 21
      Brunot, W.K--Paper "Proposed Statement to Accompany The Utility Group's Definition of Areas of Cross-Examination" n.d.
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      Bull, Agnes Montague--History Class Notes n.d.
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      Campbell, T. Bowyer--"As Dedicated to Miss Letitia McCreary Burwell, June 1866"
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      n.d.
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      Colt, Thomas C.--Correspondence 1934
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      Cooper, Jane "Mammy" & Deramus, D.I Estate Material 1926-1931
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      Glasgow, Ellen--Newspaper Article & Telegram n.d., 1931
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      Harmon, Adeline B.--Real Estate Data 1913
    • Box 21
      Lazarus, M.--Correspondence 1899-1900
    • Box 21
      Patton, Susan F.--Correspondence & Poem Book 1902, 1913
    • Box 21
      Porter, Duval--Poems n.d., 1922
    • Box 21
      Poythress, Charlotte--Miscellaneous Prose & Poetry n.d.
    • Box 21
      Robertson, Lollie--Correspondence 1903-1904, 1937
    • Box 22
      Miscellaneous Individuals--Correspondence n.d., 1903-1969
    • Box 22
      Compositions
    • Box 22
      "History of Richmond From 1866-1884, 1924" [author unknown]
    • Box 22
      "Valiant Woman"(?) [The Story of Eleanor Sanderson] [author unknown]
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      n.d.
    • Box 22
      Essay Contest 1912
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      Fictional Data & Notes n.d.
    • Box 22
      Genealogical/Historical Research Notes n.d
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      Gradebook--Virginia Randolph Ellett School 1909
    • Box 22
      Notes--Miscellaneous n.d.
    • Box 22
      Poetry--Miscellaneous n.d.
    • Box 22
      Reference Letters n.d., 1909-1952
    • Box 22
      Signed Petition to Richmond City Council n.d.
  • Subseries E: Greeting Cards (n.d., 1910-1970)
    • Box 23
      Anniversary and Graduation Announcements, Miscellaneous n.d.
    • Box 23
      Birthday and Holiday Greetings n.d
    • Box 23
      Christmas Cards to Adèle Clark 1910s-1940s (1 of 3)
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      Christmas Cards to Adèle Clark 1910s-1940s (2 of 3)
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      Christmas Cards to Adèle Clark 1910s-1940s (3 of 3)
    • Box 24
      Christmas Cards to Adèle Clark 1950s-1970s (1 of 2)
    • Box 24
      Christmas Cards to Adèle Clark 1950s-1970s (2 of 2)
    • Box 25
      Christmas Cards to Estelle Goodman Clark n.d.
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      Christmas Cards to Edith Clark Cowles n.d.
    • Box 25
      Christmas Cards to Adeline Cowles Cox n.d.
    • Box 25
      Christmas Cards to E.S. Goodman n.d.
    • Box 25
      Christmas Cards to Emily Houston n.d.
    • Box 25
      Christmas Cards to Nora Houston n.d.
    • Box 25
      Christmas Cards from Adèle Clark n.d.
    • Box 25
      Christmas Cards, miscellaneous (1 of 7)
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      Christmas Cards, miscellaneous (2 of 7)
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      Christmas Cards, miscellaneous (3 of 7)
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      Christmas Cards, miscellaneous (4 of 7)
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      Christmas Cards, miscellaneous (5 of 7)
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      Christmas Cards, miscellaneous (6 of 7)
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      Christmas Cards, miscellaneous (7 of 7)
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      Christmas Card Lists
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      Sympathy cards, notes and telegrams July 1948
    • Box 27
      Sympathy Cards, miscellaneous
    • Box 28
      Wedding and Commencement Invitations
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      Wedding Invitations n.d.
    • Box 28
      Invitations, Miscellaneous n.d.
Series II: Business/Civic Organization Correspondence (n.d., 1903-1971)
  • Subseries A: Adèle Clark (n.d., 1908-1971)
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      Academy of Political Science 1922-1923
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      Agricultural Adjustment Program 1935
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      Airlines Committee for United States Air Policy 1944
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      Alpha Kappa Gamma 1931
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      American Academy of Political and Social Science 1928-1937
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      American Association for Labor Legislation 1929-1930
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      American Association of Social Workers 1930
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      American Birth Control League, Inc. 1926
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      American College Bureau 1925
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      American Extension School of Law 1935
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      American Federation of Arts 1922-1923
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      A.F.L. - C.I.O. Virginia State 1940-1971
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      American Historical Association 1924
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      American Indian Fund 1956-1957
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      American Jewish Historical Society 1970
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      American Legion n.d.
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      American Library Association 1932
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      American Planning and Civic Association n.d.
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      American Political Science Association 1927-1933
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      American Railway Association 1927-1928
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      American Relief for France Inc. -- Richmond Committee 1944
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      American University 1938
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      American Women's Hospitals 1922
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      Americans United for World Government 1946
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      Anti-Defamation League 1964
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      Art Digest1934
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      Association of Southern Women for the Prevention of Lynching 1932-1934
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      Atlantic Life Insurance Co. 1925
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      Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Co. 1926-1927
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      Barbour, Keith, McCandlish and Garnett 1929-1932
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      Barry-Pate Motor Company 1934
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      Biggs Antique Company 1965
    • Box 29
      Biographical Cyclopedia of American Women1929
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      Blackwell [Alice Stone] Fund Committee 1950
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      Blue Cross and Blue Shield 1966
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      Boothe, [Senator] Armistead n.d.
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      Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen and Ladies Auxiliary 1932
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      Campaign Committee Against the Equal Rights Amendment 1938
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      Chamberlayne Avenue Group n.d.
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      Chamberlain, Thomas B. 1929
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      Charlottesville and Albemarle Civic League n.d.
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      Children's Home Society of VA. 1930
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      Cincinnati Museum of Art 1948
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      Citizens' Committee on the Status of Women in Virginia 1967
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      Citizens' Service Exchange 1935
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      City Planning Commission n.d., 1933-1937
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      City-Wide Market Committee 1940
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      Civil Service Commission, U.S. 1931
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      Commonwealth Club 1966
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      Commission of Inquiry on Public Service Personnel 1935
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      Communist Party of Richmond 1956
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      Community Life Campaign 1922
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      Community Recreation Association 1934, 1937
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      Congress of Racial Equity (C.O.R.E.) 1956-1958
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      Consultation and Evaluation Clinic 1959
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      Consumers' Boycott Against Japanese Aggression in China n.d.
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      Co-operative Education Association of Virginia 1924-1925, 1929
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      Council of Jewish Juniors 1931
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      Crittenton [Florence] Mission 1933-1935
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      Cruelty to Animals n.d.
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      Cultural Relations with Latin America-Committee 1935
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      Daughters of the American Revolution of Virginia n.d.
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      Daughters of the King of Virginia 1930
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      Delver Woman's Club 1947
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      Democratic National Campaign Committee 1932
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      Democratic National Committee 1923, 1951
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      Democratic State Central Committee 1932, 1935
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      Democratic Woman's Club of Richmond 1966
    • Box 29
      Dietz Press, Inc. 1948
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      Eastern State Hospital n.d., 1957-1965
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      Economic Opportunity, Office of 1966
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      Evening School of Business Administration, University of Richmond n.d.
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      Every Monday Club 1931-1932
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      Fair Employment Practice Commission 1946-1947
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      Family Planning Association of Northern Virginia n.d.
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      Federal Housing Administration 1947
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      Florance, Garden and Brown 1959
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      Food and Drug Administration, U.S. 1917
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      Foreign Language Information Service 1924
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      Foreign Relations, Council on 1933
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      "The Forest" Memorial Association n.d.
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      Fredricksburg Chamber of Commerce 1928
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      Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge 1957
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      Friends House 1968
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      Gary, Vaughn J. 1965
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      General Education Board 1931
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      General Welfare Tax League 1933
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      Ginter Park Traffic Improvement Association 1950-1959
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      Ginter Park Women's Club 1913
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      Girl Scouts of Richmond 1933-1934
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      Glasgow House Discussion Group [School Desegregation] 1955
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      Glass, [Senator] Carter 1924, 1931
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      Governor's Office--Commonwealth of Virginia 1922-1956
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      Graduate Nurses Association of Virginia 1928
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      Hampton Institute 1928-1934
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      Hanover Woman's Club 1933
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      Harrison and Bates 1968
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      Highland Springs Woman's Club 1939
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      Hollins College 1916-1944
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      Hopper, Claude W. 1927
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      House of Delegates--Commonwealth of Virginia 1928-1966
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      Ideal Publishing Corporation 1948
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      I.J. Smith and Company n.d.
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      Internal Revenue Service 1941
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      International Correspondence Schools 1906
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      International Association of Machinists 1954
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      International Foundation 1922
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      Inter-Organizational Committee on the Status of Women in Virginia 1966
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      Jefferson Society 1924-1929
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      Jones and Robins 1934
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      Justice, Department of 1950-1951
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      Keller, Helen 1951
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      Kirsh and Bazile 1935
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      Labor's Committee for Civilian Relief in China 1938
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      League for the Promotion of Public School Education in Virginia 1930
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      League of Nations Association 1923-1942
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      Lindsay, H. David
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      Literary Digest 1929
    • Box 30
      Little Theatre League 1920
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      McGuire, Riely, Bryan and Eggleston 1919
    • Box 31
      Macmillan Company n.d., 1921
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      Mapp, G. Walter 1924,1929
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      Marcuse, Mrs. Milton E. 1924
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      Marlowe Tire Company n.d.
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      Medical College of Virginia 1928-1935
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      Memorial Home for Girls--Highland Park n.d.
    • Box 31
      Metropolitan Museum of Art 1908-1932
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      Miller for Governor Campaign 1949
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      Mission Helpers of Alabama n.d.
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      Montague, Hill 1929-1935
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      Motion Picture Welfare League 1916
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      National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (N.A.A.C.P.) 1920, 1955
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      National Association of Manufacturers 1927, 1945
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      National Bridge Association 1933
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      National Civic Federation 1922
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      National Civil Service Reform League 1927
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      National Committee for Mental Hygiene 1931
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      National Committee on Morale 1941
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      National Conference on Planning 1936
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      National Consumers' League 1934-1937
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      National Council of Women n.d.
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      National Council of Negro Women 1956
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      National Economic League 1929-1931
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      National Emergency Council 1934
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      National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs 1926-1933
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      National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis 1955
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      National Probation Association 1931
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      National Progressive League for Franklin D. Roosevelt 1932
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      National Public Housing Conference 1937
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      National War Savings Committee for Richmond 1917
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      National Women's Party [includes recollection of Adèle Clark 1971] 1922
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      National Women's Trade Union League of America--Life and Labor Bulletins 1946-1948
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      New Amsterdam Casualty Company 1925
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      Nicholson Street Civic Association 1968
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      Northside Neighborhood Council 1939
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      Old Richmond News1949
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      Peace House 1929
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      People's Lobby 1929-1931
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      Pictorial Review Company n.d., 1924
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      Poetry Society of Virginia 1925
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      Postmaster [John J. Mizelle] n.d.
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      Prison Association of New York 1920
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      Progressive Democrats 1946
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      Prohibition and Evangelical Association 1916
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      Prosperity Club n.d.
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      Radcliffe College 1943-1959
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      Randolph Macon College 1954, 1962
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      Randolph Macon Woman's College Alumnae Association 1946
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      R.B. Chaffin and Company 1909
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      Reconstruction Finance Corporation 1933
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      Retreat for the Sick Hospital 1926
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      Rice, Guy 1929
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      Richmond Area Committee for Public Schools 1954
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      Richmond Area Community Chest 1956
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      Richmond Area Tuberculosis Association 1966
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      Richmond Area University Center, Inc. 1950
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      Richmond Artists Association, Inc. 1969
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      Richmond Branch Foreign Policy Association 1928
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      Richmond Business and Professional Women's Club 1927-1928
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      Richmond Chamber of Commerce 1925-1931
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      Richmond Child Labor Committee 1947
    • Box 31
      Richmond Citizens Association, Inc. n.d.
    • Box 31
      Richmond Citizens Association, Inc. 1947
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      Richmond Civic Association n.d.
    • Box 31
      Richmond [City of]
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        Recreation Division/Recreation and Parks Department 1942-1971
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        Safety Director's Committee on Crime n.d.
      • Box 31
        [regarding tax payments] 1965-1966
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      Richmond, Civilian Defense Office 1942
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      Richmond Committee for Civil Rights 1948
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      Richmond Community Fund 1926-1935
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      Richmond Council for Peace Education 1966
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      Richmond Council of Social Agencies 1929-1935
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      Richmond Council on Adult Education 1934-1944
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      Richmond Council--Boy Scouts of America 1915
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      Richmond Dietary Food Center n.d.
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      Richmond Education Association 1927
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      Richmond Female Institute--Alumnae [Woman's College of Richmond] 1932
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      Richmond First Club 1932
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      Richmond Forward 1966
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      Richmond Inter-Club Council 1930
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      Richmond Jewish Community Center 1965-1966
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      Richmond News-Leader1928, 1955, 1967
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      Richmond Professional Institute 1956-1966
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      Richmond Public Forum 1951-1953
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      Richmond Public Schools 1917-1947
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      Richmond Quartermaster Depot 1943
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      Richmond Times-Dispatchn.d., 1947, 1968
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      Richmond Training School for Kindergartners 1968
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      Richmond Tuberculosis Association 1931-1944
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      Riley, Dr. Charles R. 1971
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      Roosevelt Business and Professional League, Inc. 1932
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      Rosenwald [Julius] Fund 1929
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      St. Luke's Hospital-McGuire Clinic 1929
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      St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary 1966
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      Safeguarding the Moral and Spiritual Forces of the State, Committee for 1917
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      Satterfield, David [Congressman] 1970
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      Savoy Hotel--London n.d.
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      Seamen's Church Institute of America 1928
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      Sheltering Arms Hospital 1951
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      Sherwin, Miss Belle 1926-1938
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      Sigma Delta 1966
    • Social Science Research Council--Committee on Public Administration
      • Box 32
        "Administrative Redistricting in Germany Since 1918" Report 1935
      • Box 32
        Annual Reports 1936-1937, 1939-1940, 1942-1943
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        Annual Reports 1943-1947
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        "City Manager Government in Austin, Texas" Report 1937
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      Social Science Research Council--Committee on Public Administration
      • Box 33
        Committee Reports, Studies, Minutes of Meetings
        • Box 33
          1935
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          1936
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          1937
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          1938-1948
      • Box 33
        Committee Reports, Studies, Outlines, Statement of Goals and Objectives n.d.
      • Box 33
        Correspondence 1935-1938
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        "Sources of Information Concerning the Eighteenth Amendment" Report 1928
    • Box 33
      Social Security Administration 1951
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      South Carolina, University of 1966-1967
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      Southern Aid Society of Virginia, Inc. 1930
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      Southern Conference for Human Welfare n.d., 1942
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      Southern Conference for Human Welfare--Committee for Virginia 1946-1947
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      Southern Council on Women and Children in Industry 1930
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      Southern Dairies, Inc. 1935
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      Southern Regional Committee of C.P.U. 1953
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      Southern Regional Council 1954-1955
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      Southern School for Workers 1946-1950
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      Southern Woman's Educational Alliance 1928-1932
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      Southwest Virginia Museum 1949
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      Speed, Mrs. E.W. 1931
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      State Commission on Conservation Development 1929
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      State Planters Bank and Trust Company n.d., 1938
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      State Teachers College 1924-1936
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      Suffrage Archives Committee 1952-1959
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      Sullivan, Mrs. Frances 1929
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      Swannanoa Foundation, Inc. n.d., 1940
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      Swiss National Exhibition of Feminine Activities 1928
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      Tabb, John B. Memorial Association 1922, 1933
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      Times Democrat[New Orleans, LA] n.d.
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      Travelers (Tabb, Brocken, Braugh and Ragland) 1942, 1946
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      Union for Democratic Action n.d.
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      United Daughters of the Confederacy 1922
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      United World Federalists of VA 1947
    • Box 34
      Valentine Museum 1931-1943
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      Van Wormer Tree Service, Inc. 1966
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      Vindicator Publishing Company 1912
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      Virginia Anti-Saloon League 1922
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      Virginia Association for Mental Health 1955
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      Virginia Association of Workers for the Blind, Inc.--Richmond Chapter 1921-1925
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      Virginia Capital Bicentennial Commission 1937
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      Virginia Chamber of Commerce 1925-1929
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      Virginia Child Labor Committee 1947
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      Virginia Church Conference on Race Relations 1930
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      Virginia Commission on County Government 1931
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      Virginia Committee for Public Schools n.d.
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      Virginia Committee to Save the Martinsville Seven n.d.
    • Box 34
      Virginia Conference of Social Work 1936-1956
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      Virginia Congress of Parents and Teachers n.d.
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      Virginia Consumers' League 1938
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      Virginia Council of Administrative Women in Education 1929
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      Virginia Council on Health and Medical Care 1949-1950
    • Box 34
      Virginia Council on Human Relations 1955-1957
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      Virginia Council on Religious Education--Special Education and Financial Effort 1931, 1936
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      Virginia Council on State Legislation 1947-1967
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      Virginia Division of Motor Vehicles [State Highway Commissioners] 1933-1934
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      Virginia Education Association 1954-1955
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      Virginia Federalist1947
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      Virginia Federation of Women's Clubs n.d., 1929-1955
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      Virginia History and Factbook Commission n.d.
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      Virginia Interracial Commission/Committee 1923-1945
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      Virginia Junior Chamber of Commerce n.d.
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      Virginia League for Planned Parenthood 1946
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      Virginia Library Association 1928
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      Virginia Museum of Fine Arts 1953-1956
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      Virginia Polytechnic Institute--Cooperative Education Work in Agriculture and Home Economics 1917, 1931
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      Virginia Real Estate Association 1921
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      Virginia Social Science Association 1929
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      Virginia Society for Crippled Children and Handicapped Adults 1944-1946
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      Virginia Society for Crippled Children and Physically Handicapped Adults
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        1947
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        1948-1956
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        Open Door NewsBulletin 1946-1955
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        Easter Seal Society Bulletins 1950-1957
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      Virginia Society for Human Life 1965-1970
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      Virginia Society for Preservation of Public Schools 1956
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      Virginia State Board of Education 1931
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      Virginia State Board of Health 1924
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      Virginia State Chamber of Commerce n.d., 1935
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      Virginia State Commission on Conservation and Development 1929
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      Virginia State Committees of One Hundred 1944
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      Virginia State Library 1931
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      Virginia State Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped 1970
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      Virginia State Teachers Association [Colored] 1927
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      Virginia Transit Company 1948
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      Virginia Tuberculosis Association 1955
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      Virginia Union University 1930
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      Virginia, University of
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        1954, 1967
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        Co-Ordinate College League 1917-1918
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        Institute of Public Affairs Extensions Division 1923-1934
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      Virginia, University of
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        Publications
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          Alumni Bulletins/News 1921-1929
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          Extension News 1927-1928
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          Newsletters 1929-1965
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        Record Extension Series 1920-1928
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        Summer Quarter Bulletins 1928-1936
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      Virginia Welfare Council 1938
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      Virginia Women's Christian Temperance Union 1923-1924
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      Virginia Women's Council of Legislative Chairman of State Organizations 1924-1956
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      Virginia Youth Movement for Social Betterment 1935
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      Washington [George] Bicentennial Commission 1932
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      Wheeler Defense Committee 1925
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      White Top Folk Festival 1935
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      Whitmell Farm Life School Junior League 1922-1923
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      Who's Who in Government1930
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      Who's Who in Virginia1941
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      William and Mary, College of 1926-1948
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      William and Mary, College of--Richmond Extension Division 1929-1933
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      Wilson [Woodrow] Foundation
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        Correspondence 1921-1927
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        Newsletters and Miscellaneous Publications 1921-1926
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      Wilson [Woodrow] Institute of the Philippines 1931
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      Wilson [Woodrow] Memorial Society 1929
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      Woman's Auxiliary to the Medical Society of Virginia 1952
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      Woman's Centennial Congress 1940
    • Box 37
      Woman's Club 1924, 1933, 1946
    • Box 37
      Woman's Organization for National Prohibition Reform n.d.
    • Box 37
      Woman's Who's Who1941
    • Box 37
      Women's International League for Peace and Freedom 1966
    • Box 37
      Woody [Stuart] Defense Committee 1951
    • Box 37
      Wormeley, Carter [Bishop] n.d., 1924-1934
    • Box 37
      Young Democratic Clubs of Virginia 1946
    • Box 37
      Young Women's Christian Association 1925-1959
  • Subseries B: Edith Clark Cowles (n.d., 1903-1939)
    • Box 37
      Emmanuel Church Cemetery Committee 1949
    • Box 37
      National American Woman Suffrage Association n.d., 1920
    • Box 37
      National Congress of Mothers 1919
    • Box 37
      Richmond Training School 1903-1919
    • Box 37
      Thompson, F.H. 1922
    • Box 37
      Treasury, Department of 1919
    • Box 37
      Virginia, University of--School of Citizenship 1928
    • Box 37
      West, J. E. [State Senator] 1921
  • Subseries C: Alice Dooley/Josephine and Nora Houston (n.d., 1915-1953)
    • Box 37
      American Association for Labor Legislation 1921-1953
    • Box 37
      American Association for Social Security 1934
    • Box 37
      American Association of Museums 1930
    • Box 37
      American Association of University Women 1929
    • Box 37
      American Forestry Association 1931
    • Box 37
      Archaeological Institute of America 1927, 1936
    • Box 37
      Artists Equity of America n.d.
    • Box 37
      Association of Southern Women for the Prevention of Lynching 1931-1935
    • Box 37
      Business and Professional Women's Club of Richmond, VA 1921-1932
    • Box 37
      Charlottesville Chamber of Commerce 1931
    • Box 37
      Chase [William E.] Memorial Fund Committee 1923
    • Box 37
      Child Welfare League of America 1926
    • Box 37
      Children's Shop 1929
    • Box 37
      Citizens' Unemployment Committee 1930
    • Box 37
      City Democratic Committee 1929, 1936
    • Box 37
      Columbia University 1929
    • Box 37
      Commission on Inter-Racial Co-operation 1922-1940
    • Box 37
      Cox, James M. 1920
    • Box 37
      Dietz Press, Inc. n.d.
    • Box 37
      Dinnen, Matthew Hale 1923-1924
    • Box 37
      Drama Guild 1930
    • Box 37
      Foreign Policy Association 1925-1932
    • Box 37
      Girl Scouts of Richmond n.d., 1929
    • Box 37
      Glass, Carter [U.S. Senator] n.d.
    • Box 37
      Grumbacher, M. 1929
    • Box 37
      Hampton Alumni Association 1931
    • Box 37
      Hinds, Noble and Eldredge 1914-1928
    • Box 37
      Home for Needy Confederate Women 1943
    • Box 37
      Information Bureau on Women's Work 1929-1932
    • Box 37
      Instructive Visiting Nurse Association [IVNA] 1929
    • Box 37
      International Mercantile Marine Company 1927
    • Box 38
      Kappa Alpha Journal1930
    • Box 38
      La Revue Moderne1932
    • Box 38
      League of Nations Non-Partisan Association 1925
    • Box 38
      Liberal Arts College for Women 1930
    • Box 38
      Literary Digest n.d., 1928
    • Box 38
      Little Theatre League of Richmond n.d., 1920-1927
    • Box 38
      Lutetia Hotel--Paris n.d.
    • Box 38
      Mapp, G. Walter [Senator] 1923
    • Box 38
      Mapp, G. Walter [Senator] Campaign 1929
    • Box 38
      Miller and Rhoads 1929
    • Box 38
      Montague, Hill 1929
    • Box 38
      Monticello Shop 1929
    • Box 38
      Morris Plan Bank of Virginia 1933
    • Box 38
      Mountain Mission School 1931
    • Box 38
      Mount de Chantal Alumnae Association 1926
    • Box 38
      Mullen, Arthur E. 1924
    • Box 38
      National Child Welfare Association, Inc. 1926
    • Box 38
      National Consumers League [Lucy R. Mason] 1934
    • Box 38
      National Council for Prevention of War n.d., 1932-33
    • Box 38
      National Education Association 1923
    • Box 38
      National Geographic Society n.d., 1924-1930
    • Box 38
      National Probation Association 1933
    • Box 38
      National Save-A-Life League 1933
    • Box 38
      National Society of Penal Information, Inc. 1930
    • Box 38
      Negro Welfare Council 1931-1933
    • Box 38
      Old White Art Colony 1933
    • Box 38
      Palmer House [Chicago, IL] 1928
    • Box 38
      Phillips, Mary E. 1927
    • Box 38
      Pollard, J. Garland [Governor] 1932
    • Box 38
      Pollard, J. Garland [Governor] Campaign 1929
    • Box 38
      Publishers Service Company 1942
    • Box 38
      Randolph Macon College 1928
    • Box 38
      Railroad Y.M.C.A. 1932
    • Box 38
      Revue du Vraiet du Beau1924
    • Box 38
      Richmond Branch Foreign Policy Association 1928
    • Box 38
      Richmond Community Fund 1926-1937
    • Box 38
      Richmond Council of Social Agencies 1925
    • Box 38
      Richmond Evening Journal1916
    • Box 38
      Richmond Female Institute Alumnae Association 1932
    • Box 38
      Richmond News-Leader1923
    • Box 38
      Richmond Public Schools 1936
    • Box 38
      Richmond School of Social Work and Public Health [R.P.I.--V.C.U.] 1926
    • Box 38
      Richmond Tuberculosis Association 1929-1933
    • Box 38
      Richmond Workers' Education Committee 1935
    • Box 38
      St. Luke's Hospital-McGuire Clinic 1933
    • Box 38
      St. Vincent's Hospital 1933
    • Box 38
      Save the Children Fund n.d., 1935
    • Box 38
      Sheltering Arms Hospital 1933
    • Box 38
      Shockoe Cemetery 1931
    • Box 38
      Social Service Federation--Minutes n.d.
    • Box 38
      Southern Women's Educational Alliance 1930
    • Box 38
      State Commission on Conservation and Development 1935
    • Box 38
      State Planters Bank and Trust Company 1926-1937
    • Box 38
      United Daughters of the Confederacy 1933
    • Box 38
      Valentine Museum 1922-1941
    • Box 38
      Virginia Commission for the Blind 1930
    • Box 38
      Virginia Bureau of Labor and Industrial Statistics 1923
    • Box 38
      Virginia Department of Labor Industry 1933
    • Box 38
      Virginia Railway and Power Company 1920
    • Box 38
      Virginia, University of 1920-1933
    • Box 38
      Bureau of University Travel 1927
    • Box 38
      West Virginia Mine Workers Union n.d.
    • Box 38
      Woman's Auxiliary of the Richmond Academy of Medicine 1925
    • Box 38
      Woman's Club of Ashland n.d.
    • Box 38
      Woman's Club of Richmond 1926-1933
    • Box 38
      Woman's Prohibition League of America 1918
    • Box 38
      Worker's Education Committee 1929-1930
    • Box 38
      Yorktown Sesquicentennial Association 1931
    • Box 38
      Young Women's Christian Association [Y.W.C.A.] 1920, 1931
    • Box 38
      Young Woman's Literary Club 1914-1915
Series III: Equal Suffrage League of Virginia (n.d., 1892-1926)
  • Subseries A: President/Secretary Correspondence (n.d., 1909-1920)
    • Box 39
      Fragile materials
    • Box 40
      1909
    • Box 40
      January - July 1910
    • Box 40
      August - December 1910
    • Box 40
      1911
    • Box 40
      1912
    • Box 40
      January - March 1913
    • Box 40
      April - May 1913
    • Box 40
      Jun 1913
    • Box 40
      July 19 August 1913
    • Box 41
      Sep 1913
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      Oct 1913
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      Nov 1913
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      Dec 1913
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      Jan 1914
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      Feb 1914
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      March - August 1914
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      September - December 1914
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      January - June 1915
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      July - October 1915
    • Box 42
      November - December 1915
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      January - March 1916
    • Box 42
      Apr 1916
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      May 1916
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      Jun 1916
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      Jul 1916
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      Aug 1916
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      Sep 1916
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      Oct 1916
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      Nov 1916
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      Dec 1916
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      January - February 1917
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      Mar 1917
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      Apr 1917
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      May 1917
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      Jun 1917
    • Box 43
      July - August 1917
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      September - October 1917
    • Box 43
      Nov 1917
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      Dec 1917
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      Jan 1918
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      Feb 1918
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      Mar 1918
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      Apr 1918
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      May 1918
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      Jun 1918
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      Jul 1918
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      Aug 1918
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      Sep 1918
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      Oct 1918
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      Nov 1918
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      Dec 1918
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      Jan 1919
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      Feb 1919
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      Mar 1919
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      Apr 1919
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      May 1919
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      Jun 1919
    • Box 45
      July 1-15, 1919
    • Box 45
      July 16-31, 1919
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      August 1-15, 1919
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      August 16-32, 1919
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      September 1-15, 1919
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      September 16-30, 1919
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      October 1-15, 1919
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      October 16-31, 1919
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      November 1-15, 1919
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      November 16-30, 1919
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      December 1-15, 1919
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      December 16-31, 1919
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      January 1-15, 1920
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      January 16-31, 1920
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      Feb 1920
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      Mar 1920
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      Apr 1920
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      May 1920
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      Jun 1920
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      Jul 1920
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      Aug 1920
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      September 1-15, 1920
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      September 16 - September 30, 1920
    • Box 47
      Oct 1920
    • Box 48
      November - December 1920
    • Box 48
      Undated Material (1 of 2)
    • Box 48
      Undated Material (2 of 2)
  • Subseries B: Equal Suffrage League of Richmond (n.d., 1915-1920)
    • Box 48
      Bulletins and Circulars 1919-1920
    • Box 48
      Clay Ward Pledge Lists and Maps n.d.
    • Box 48
      Correspondence [Edith Clark Cowles] 1915-1918
    • Box 48
      Essay Contest n.d.
    • Box 48
      Executive Council--Declaration of Principles, Resolutions, Information Brief
    • Box 48
      Membership List n.d.
    • Box 48
      Minutes 1915, 1920
    • Box 48
      Officer List n.d.
    • Box 48
      Recording Secretary Notebook 1919
  • Subseries C: National American Women Suffrage Association (n.d., 1913-1920)
    • Box 48
      Americanization Committee--Bulletins and Memoranda 1917
    • Box 48
      Announcements, Bulletins, Convention Brochures, Miscellaneous n.d.
    • Box 48
      Convention Report n.d.
    • Box 49
      Flyers and Handbills n.d.
    • Box 49
      Handbook and Proceedings of Jubilee Convention 1919
    • Box 49
      Headquarters Newsletter 1916-1917
    • Box 49
      National Congressional Committee Special Bulletin 1916
    • Box 49
      National Suffrage News1917
    • Box 49
      Pamphlets [Includes "Efficiency Booklet Series" pamphlets] n.d.
    • Box 49
      Political Equality Leaflets n.d.
    • Box 49
      Presidential Address 1919
    • Box 49
      Press Releases n.d., 1917-1920
    • Box 49
      Questionnaire n.d.
    • Box 49
      Shaw Memorial [Anna Howard Shaw] 1919-1920
    • Box 49
      Study Outline Series--Women Suffrage: A Study Outline n.d.
    • Box 49
      Suffrage Literature Lists n.d.
    • Box 49
      Suffrage Pageant and Parade 1913
    • Box 49
      Victory Convention, Condensed Minutes and Handbook of N.A.W.S.A 1920
  • Subseries D: Other Suffrage Organizations (n.d., 1910-1926)
    • Box 50
      Alabama Equal Suffrage Association n.d.
    • Box 50
      Boston Equal Suffrage Association for Good Government n.d.
    • Box 50
      Brooklyn Woman Suffrage Association 1911
    • Box 50
      Chicago Men's Equal Suffrage League n.d.
    • Box 50
      Council of National Defense--Woman's Committee n.d.
    • Box 50
      Empire State Campaign Committee 1914-1915
    • Box 50
      Equal Suffrage League [Virginia League of Women Voters]--Citizenship Committee 1920
    • Box 50
      Equal Suffrage League--Custodial Committee 1926
    • Box 50
      Equal Suffrage Association of North Carolina n.d.
    • Box 50
      Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America [Virginia Division] 1911
    • Box 50
      International Woman Suffrage Alliance 1924-1926
    • Box 50
      Iowa Equal Suffrage Association 1910-1917
    • Box 50
      Just Government League of Maryland 1913-1921
    • Box 50
      Kentucky Equal Rights Association n.d.
    • Box 50
      League of Woman Voters--Program n.d.
    • Box 50
      National College Equal Suffrage League n.d.
    • Box 50
      National Committee for Suffrage Agriculture n.d.
    • Box 50
      National Council of Women--Biennial Report 1916
    • Box 50
      National Tax Association 1919
    • Box 50
      National Union of Women Citizens--Constitution 1919
    • Box 50
      National War Savings Committee 1917
    • Box 50
      National Woman Suffrage Publishing Company n.d.
    • Box 50
      National Woman's Christian Temperance Union 1917
    • Box 50
      New Jersey Men's League for Women's Suffrage n.d.
    • Box 50
      New York State Women's Suffrage Party n.d., 1916-1917
    • Box 50
      North Western Federation of Colored Women's Clubs 1920
    • Box 50
      Pennsylvania Woman Suffrage Association n.d., 1915
    • Box 50
      Public Instruction, Department of 1912
    • Box 50
      Richmond Equal Rights Association n.d.
    • Box 50
      St. Louis Equal Suffrage League n.d.
    • Box 50
      Southern States Woman Suffrage Conference n.d., 1915
    • Box 50
      State Fair Committee 1912
    • Box 50
      Tennessee State Fair--Woman's Department 1912
    • Box 50
      Unites States Department of Labor--Information and Education Service 1919
    • Box 50
      Virginia Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage n.d.
    • Box 50
      Virginia Central Citizenship Committee 1920
    • Box 50
      Virginia Federation of Labor n.d., 1912, 1917
    • Box 51
      Virginia Good Roads Association 1920
    • Box 51
      Virginia State Central Democratic Committee 1920
    • Box 51
      Virginia State Federation of Woman's Clubs 1912-1919
    • Box 51
      Virginia State War Council n.d.
    • Box 51
      War Loan Organization--Woman's Division 1919
    • Box 51
      West Virginia Equal Suffrage Association n.d.
    • Box 51
      Wisconsin Woman Suffrage Association 1917
    • Box 51
      Woman's Christian Temperance Union/Woman's Temperance League 1911-1916
    • Box 51
      Woman's Land Army of America "Women on the Land" February 1918
    • Box 51
      Woman's War Service--Registration Bureau n.d.
  • Subseries E: Topical File (n.d., 1892-1920)
    • Box 51
      Annual Address--Lila Meade Valentine 1911
    • Box 51
      Annual Reports n.d.
    • Box 51
      Anti-Suffrage Literature n.d.
    • Box 51
      Anti-Suffrage Literature-- Woman Patriot1919-1920
    • Box 51
      Appointment Calendar 1916
    • Box 51
      Audit Statement n.d.
    • Box 51
      Ballots 1918
    • Box 51
      Biographies--Suffrage Women n.d.
    • Box 51
      Booklist 1916
    • Box 51
      Branch Minutes and Reports n.d.
    • Box 51
      Briefs [on Federal Suffrage Amendment] n.d., 1919
    • Box 51
      Budgetary Material n.d.
    • Box 51
      Budgetary Material--Pledge and Donations Lists n.d.
    • Box 51
      Bulletins and Circulars 1911-1917
    • Box 51
      Bulletins and Circulars n.d., 1918-1920
    • Box 52
      Business and Professional Woman1920
    • Box 52
      Citizenship/Political Education School Material n.d., 1920
    • Box 52
      City Ordinances 1917
    • Box 52
      Club List n.d.
    • Box 52
      Conference Brochures 1913
    • Box 52
      Convention--Delegate Lists 1919-1922
    • Box 52
      Convention Minutes 1920
    • Box 52
      Convention
      • Box 52
        Notes n.d.
      • Box 52
        Programs 1916
      • Box 52
        Resolutions 1913-1920
    • Box 52
      Correspondence--Executive and Headquarters Secretary Reports n.d., 1914-1919
    • Box 52
      Democratic Convention--State, Roanoke 1916, 1920
    • Box 52
      Dollar Post-Card Plan n.d.
    • Box 52
      Draft Speeches--Lila Meade Valentine n.d.
    • Box 52
      Essay
      • Box 52
        Bosher, Kate Langley "Legislature's Chance" n.d.
      • Box 52
        Bowne, B.P. "Man's View of Woman Suffrage" n.d.
      • Box 52
        Clark, Adèle "Symbol of Civilization" n.d.
      • Box 52
        Clarke, Mary Pollard "Human Rights--Not in Violation of State's Rights" n.d.
      • Box 52
        Dahl, E. Peabody "Suffrage, A Woman's Right and Duty" March 11, 1920
      • Box 52
        Foster, Mrs. W.W. "Anti-Suffrage Home" n.d.
      • Box 52
        Foster, Mrs. W.W. "Woman's Work" n.d.
      • Box 52
        Henning, Julia R. n.d., 1910
      • Box 52
        Mason, Lucy R. "Divine Discontent" [Lucy Cary?] n.d.
      • Box 52
        Mason, Lucy R. "Expediency or Right?" 1913
      • Box 52
        Mason, Lucy R. "Religious and Social Aspect of the Suffrage Movement" n.d.
      • Box 52
        Norris, Kathleen "Forty-Five and Comfortable and Nothing to Do" n.d.
      • Box 52
        Temple, Alice "Plea for Equal Suffrage" n.d.
      • Box 52
        Winn, M.D. "Women's Votes Make Better Babies" n.d.
    • Box 52
      Essay Drafts n.d.
    • Box 52
      Executive Committee Plan 1920
    • Box 52
      "Facts and Fallacies" by Adèle Clark 1912
    • Box 52
      Flyers and Handbills n.d., 1913, 1919-1920
    • Box 52
      Ginter Park Election 1912
    • Box 52
      International Suffrage Literature n.d., 1911
    • Box 52
      Itineraries n.d.
    • Box 52
      Labor [includes Commissioner of Labor (James B. Doherty) paper] 1912
    • Box 52
      Leaflets n.d.
    • Box 52
      Lee [Robert E.] Camp 1892
    • Box 53
      Legislative Material n.d., 1917-1920
    • Box 53
      Letters to the Editor n.d., 1913-1920
    • Box 53
      Liberty Loan Campaign n.d., 1918-1919
    • Box 53
      Lists--Miscellaneous n.d.
    • Box 53
      Membership Cards and Lists (1 of 2) n.d.
    • Box 53
      Membership Cards and Lists (2 of 2) n.d.
    • Box 53
      Membership/Officer Lists (Bound Volumes)
    • Box 53
      Minutes--Board of Directors, Executive Committee n.d., 1912-1920
    • Box 53
      Monthly Demonstrations 1917
    • Box 53
      National Convention Speech--Mrs. Lila Mead Valentine September 1916
    • Box 53
      National Woman Suffrage Convention Delegates List 1919
    • Box 54
      Newspaper Clippings n.d.
    • Box 54
      Newspaper Clippings n.d.
    • Box 54
      Newspaper Clippings [photocopied] n.d., 1914-1920
    • Box 54
      Notebook--Adèle Clark n.d.
    • Box 54
      Notebook--Edith Clark Cowles 1919-1920
    • Box 54
      Notebook--Nora Houston n.d.
    • Box 54
      Notebook--Ida Mae Thompson 1909(?)-1920
    • Box 54
      Organizational Charts and History n.d.
    • Box 54
      Organization Plan 1917
    • Box 54
      Patriotic Luncheons n.d.
    • Box 54
      Presidential Campaign Flyers--19th Century
    • Box 54
      Press Bureau--Correspondence/Suffrage Data 1915-1916
    • Box 54
      Public Meetings Permit 1915
    • Box 54
      Red Cross Auxiliary War Work Reports 1917
    • Box 54
      Resolutions n.d.
    • Box 54
      Social Hygiene--Pamphlets
    • Box 54
      Souvenir Program "Jollies of 1919" 1919
    • Box 55
      Stanton [Elizabeth Cady] Centennial Luncheon 1915
    • Box 55
      State Suffrage Association Director 1914
    • Box 55
      State Suffrage Association List n.d.
    • Box 55
      Suffrage
      • Box 55
        Addresses/Speeches
      • Box 55
        Clark, [Chief Justice] Walter "Ballots for Both" 1916
      • Box 55
        Clark, Adèle
      • Box 55
        Calendars 1914, 1917
      • Box 55
        Diary and Handbook 1918
      • Box 55
        Literature Mailing List n.d.
      • Box 55
        Pattern Advertisements n.d.
      • Box 55
        Plays n.d., 1913-1914
      • Box 55
        Plays--"Gaslight" scripts n.d.
      • Box 55
        Poetry n.d.
      • Box 55
        Post Cards n.d.
      • Box 55
        Schools n.d., 1913
      • Box 55
        Schools--Lecture Material 1917
      • Box 55
        Schools--Lesson Book n.d.
      • Box 55
        Sketch [by Nora Houston] n.d.
    • Box 55
      Supplemental Literature n.d., 1919-1920
    • Box 55
      Taylor [Alice O.] Story--"Dilsey" n.d.
    • Box 55
      Townsend [C.E.]--notes on League of Women Voters Chicago Convention 1920
    • Box 56
      Victory Loan Memo Book 1919
    • Box 56
      Virginia Addenda n.d.
    • Box 56
      Virginia General Assembly
      • Box 56
        House of Delegates--Suffrage Position Data [delegates last names arranged alphabetically]
      • Box 56
        Senate--Suffrage Position Data [arranged by Senate district]
    • Box 56
      Virginia Newspaper List 1917, 1919
    • Box 56
      Virginia Suffrage News1914
    • Box 56
      Virginia Suffrage NewsCorrespondents, Petition Blanks and Subscription Lists 1914
    • Box 56
      Virginia Tours (Organizing Suffrage Chapters)--Faith W. Morgan n.d.
    • Box 56
      Virginia Tours (Organizing Suffrage Chapters)--Eudora W. Ramsay n.d., 1917
    • Box 56
      Voter Registration and Election Law Materials n.d., 1920
    • Box 56
      Woman's Bible
    • Box 56
      Woman's Journal and Suffrage News1912-1913, 1916
    • Box 56
      Woman's Magazine1909
    • Box 56
      World Convention Dates
    • Box 56
      Yearbooks 1910, 1916
    • Box 57 (Oversize)
      Cash Book--"Your Girl and Mine" 1912
    • Box 57 (Oversize)
      Corresponding Secretary Account Book 1910-1920
    • Box 57 (Oversize)
      Honor Roll List n.d.
    • Box 57 (Oversize)
      International Woman Suffrage Alliance-- International Woman Suffrage News[Damaged and Fragile Material]
    • Box 57 (Oversize)
      Leslie Woman Suffrage Commission n.d.
    • Box 57 (Oversize)
      Lists of Names n.d.
    • Box 57 (Oversize)
      Membership Application Cards [on newsprint] n.d.
    • Box 57 (Oversize)
      Minutes--Executive Board Equal Suffrage League of Richmond 1914-1919
    • Box 58 (Oversize)
      National American Woman Suffrage Association--Bulletins 1918
    • Box 58 (Oversize)
      National American Woman Suffrage Association--Bulletins 1919-1920
    • Box 58 (Oversize)
      Order Book n.d.
    • Box 58 (Oversize)
      Subscription book
    • Box 58 (Oversize)
      Suffrage Play--Title and Date unknown
    • Box 58 (Oversize)
      Virginia Women's Council of Legislative Chairmen of State Organizations--Bulletins n.d., 1924-1928
  • Subseries F: Enrollment Cards (n.d., 1914-1915)
    • Box 59
      Enrollment Cards
    • Box 60
      Enrollment Cards
  • Subseries G: Petitions of Equal Suffrage League (n.d.)
    • Box 61
      Accomac County
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      Albemarle County
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      Alexandria County
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      Alleghany County
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      Amelia County
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      Amherst County
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      Appomattox County
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      Augusta County
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      Bedford County
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      Botetourt County
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      Brunswick County
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      Campbell County
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      Chesterfield County
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      Clarke County
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      Craig County
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      Culpeper County
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      Dinwiddie County
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      Elizabeth City County
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      Essex County
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      Fairfax County
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      Fauquier County
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      Frederick County
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      Goochland County
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      Grayson County
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      Gloucester County
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      Hanover County
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      Henrico County
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      Isle of Wright County
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      James City County
    • Box 61
      King and Queen County
    • Box 61
      King William County
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      Lancaster County
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      Loudoun County
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      Mecklenburg County
    • Box 61
      Miscellaneous (1 of 2)
    • Box 61
      Miscellaneous (2 of 2)
    • Box 61
      Norfolk
    • Box 61
      Northampton County
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      Nottoway County
    • Box 62
      Orange County
    • Box 62
      Page County
    • Box 62
      Pittsylvania County
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      Prince Edward County
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      Powhatan County
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      Prince William County
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      Princess Anne County
    • Box 62
      Richmond County
    • Box 62
      Roanoke City
    • Box 62
      Roanoke County
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      Rappahannock County
    • Box 62
      Rockbridge County, Local Officers
    • Box 62
      Rockingham County
    • Box 62
      Shenandoah County
    • Box 62
      Southampton County
    • Box 62
      Spottsylvania County
    • Box 62
      Suffolk
    • Box 62
      Teachers' Convention--Miscellaneous, Petitions
    • Box 62
      Warren County
    • Box 62
      Warwick County
  • Subseries H: General Assembly Petitions (n.d.) (organized by both county and city)
    • Box 63
      Buckingham, Fredericksburg, Mecklenburg, Middlesex, Nelson, Rappahannock, Culpeper, Madison, Orange, Campbell
    • Box 63
      Chesterfield County
    • Box 63
      Henrico County, King William Co., Southampton Co.
    • Box 63
      James City, Williamsburg, Amherst, Winchester [Men], Albemarle, Frederick, Petersburg, Dinwiddie, Caroline, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Rockbridge, Bedford
    • Box 63
      Northumberland, Pulaski, Alexandria, Fairfax, Charlotte, Albemarle, Campbell
    • Box 63
      Richmond (1 of 2)
    • Box 63
      Richmond (2 of 2)
    • Box 63
      Tidewater and Miscellaneous
    • Box 63
      Miscellaneous (1 of 2)
    • Box 63
      Miscellaneous (2 of 2)
Series IV: Richmond League of Women Voters (1920-1978)
  • Box 64
    Annual Meeting Report 1937
  • Box 64
    Annual Reports 1922, 1956-1957, 1967-1968
  • Box 64
    Ballots n.d., 1931
  • Box 64
    Board of Directors--Memoranda, Minutes 1921, 1943-1947, 1964
  • Box 64
    Budget Proposals and Reports [Treasurer's Report] 1928-1929, 1931-1964
  • Box 64
    Bulletins and Circular 1920-1929
  • Box 64
    Bulletins and Circular n.d., 1931-1971
  • Box 64
    Bulletins-- Time for Action!1960-1965
  • Box 64
    By-Laws n.d., 1953-1954, 1971
  • Box 64
    Calendar of Events n.d., 1954-1955
  • Box 64
    Child Welfare Committee [Correspondence--Mrs. Lee, Chair] 1933
  • Box 64
    City Council Candidate Lists n.d., 1925, 1930
  • Box 64
    City Council Candidate Questionnaire Replies 1932-1966
  • Box 64
    City Democratic Committee [Richmond] 1920, 1925-1926, 1930
  • Box 64
    City Planning Commission [Richmond] 1934-1935, 1951
  • Box 65
    Congressional Candidates Questionnaires 1958
  • Box 65
    Correspondence
    • Box 65
      Efficiency in Government, Committee on 1933
    • Box 65
      Information Bureau 1925
    • Box 65
      President/Executive Secretary
      • Box 65
        1921-1929
      • Box 65
        1930 - 1978
  • Box 65
    "Dancing Feet of 1933" Program--Advertising lists, Correspondence 1933
  • Box 65
    Donor Lists n.d.
  • Box 65
    Executive Secretary Report 1922
  • Box 65
    Finance Committee 1949
  • Box 65
    Handbills and Leaflets n.d., 1929
  • Box 65
    Inter-racial Relations Committee--Minutes 1948
  • Box 65
    "Interest Finder" n.d.
  • Box 65
    Interest Sheet n.d.
  • Box 65
    Luncheon Lists n.d.
  • Box 65
    Member's Handbooks n.d., 1959
  • Box 65
    Membership Lists n.d., 1926, 1930, 1966
  • Box 65
    Membership Pledges and Quotas n.d.
  • Box 65
    Memoranda--Adèle Clark 1968
  • Box 65
    News Bulletins 1926-1930
  • Box 65
    Newsletters
    • Box 65
      1942-1954
  • Box 66
    Newsletters
    • Box 66
      1955-1959
    • Box 66
      1960-1963
    • Box 66
      1964-1968
    • Box 66
      1969-1971
  • Box 66
    Newspaper Clippings regarding Richmond League of Women Voters n.d., 1931, 1966
  • Box 66
    Newspaper Editorials 1956
  • Box 66
    Notes and Draft Correspondence n.d.
  • Box 66
    Notes on LWV programs [Adèle Clark] 1966
  • Box 66
    Officer Lists 1928-1966
  • Box 66
    Organizational History n.d., 1932-1933
  • Box 66
    Program Agendas n.d., 1931-1932
  • Box 66
    Programs of Legislation [Proposed] n.d., 1935-1936
  • Box 66
    Programs of Study and Work [Proposed] n.d., 1930-1931
  • Box 66
    Questionnaire n.d.
  • Box 66
    Reports--State League President n.d., 1929-1932
  • Box 66
    Republican Club of Richmond, VA 1921
  • Box 67
    Resolutions n.d., 1920-1921
  • Box 67
    Richmond Child Labor Committee 1947
  • Box 67
    Richmond City Planning Board--Report 1939
  • Box 67
    Richmond City
    • Box 67
      Proposed Annexation Report 1936
    • Box 67
      Public Utilities, Department of--Annual Reports 1929, 1943
    • Box 67
      Public Welfare, Department of
      • Box 67
        Annual Reports 1927, 1935/Illegitimacy Study 1910-1955
      • Box 67
        Reports to Its Citizens 1956
      • Box 67
        Survey of Affairs Report 1935
  • Box 67
    Richmond Council on Adult Education 1935-1936
  • Box 67
    Richmond Public Library 1922
  • Box 67
    Richmond Woman's Organizations Lists 1920-1924
  • Box 67
    Round Table--The Industrial South 1931
  • Box 67
    Special Committee of Review--Minutes n.d.
  • Box 67
    State Fiscal Policy Committee 1963
  • Box 67
    Virginia Cookery Book Memoranda [A. Clark] 1954 (s.a. Series V, Subseries J)
  • Box 67
    Virginia General Assembly Candidates Questionnaires 1947, 1965
  • Box 67
    Voters Service Committee--City Council Candidates Report 1948
  • Box 67
    Ward Meetings--Minutes 1921
  • Box 67
    Yearbooks 1949-1950, 1954-1955
  • Box 67
    Y.W.C.A. Luncheon--Correspondence and Lists 1934
Series V: Virginia League of Women Voters (n.d., 1915-1967)
  • Subseries A: President/Executive Secretary Correspondence (n.d., 1920-1944)
    • Box 67
      November - December 1920
    • Box 67
      Jan 1921
    • Box 68
      Feb 1921
    • Box 68
      March - April 1921
    • Box 68
      May - June 1921
    • Box 68
      Jul 1921
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      Aug 1921
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      September - October 1921
    • Box 68
      Nov 1921
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      Dec 1921
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      January - March 1922
    • Box 69
      April - June 1922
    • Box 69
      July - September 1922
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      October - December 1922
    • Box 69
      Jan 1923
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      February - March 1923
    • Box 69
      April - June 1923
    • Box 69
      July - September 1923
    • Box 70
      Oct 1923
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      November - December 1923
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      January - February 1924
    • Box 70
      Mar 1924
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      Apr 1924
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      May - June 1924
    • Box 70
      July - August 1924
    • Box 70
      Sep 1924
    • Box 71
      Oct 1924
    • Box 71
      November - December 1924
    • Box 71
      Jan 1925
    • Box 71
      Feb 1925
    • Box 71
      Mar 1925
    • Box 71
      Apr 1925
    • Box 71
      May 1925
    • Box 71
      Jun 1925
    • Box 71
      July - September 1925
    • Box 72
      October - December 1925
    • Box 72
      January - March 1926
    • Box 72
      Apr 1926
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      May - June 1926
    • Box 72
      July - August 1926
    • Box 72
      Sep 1926
    • Box 72
      October - December 1926
    • Box 72
      January - March 1927
    • Box 73
      April - June 1927
    • Box 73
      July - September 1927
    • Box 73
      October - December 1927
    • Box 73
      January - March 1928
    • Box 73
      April - May 1928
    • Box 73
      Jun 1928
    • Box 73
      July - August 1928
    • Box 73
      September - December 1928
    • Box 74
      January - March 1929
    • Box 74
      April - June 1929
    • Box 74
      July - September 1929
    • Box 74
      October - December 1929
    • Box 74
      Jan 1930
    • Box 74
      February - March 1930
    • Box 74
      April - June 1930
    • Box 74
      July - September 1930
    • Box 75
      October - December 1930
    • Box 75
      January - March 1931
    • Box 75
      April - June 1931
    • Box 75
      July - September 1931
    • Box 75
      October - December 1931
    • Box 75
      January - February 1932
    • Box 75
      March - April 1932
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      May - June 1932
    • Box 76
      July - September 1932
    • Box 76
      October - December 1932
    • Box 76
      January - March 1933
    • Box 76
      April - June 1933
    • Box 76
      July - September 1933
    • Box 76
      October - December 1933
    • Box 76
      January - May 1934
    • Box 76
      June - December 1934
    • Box 76
      January - March 1935
    • Box 76
      April - December 1935
    • Box 77
      1936-1944
    • Box 77
      undated material
  • Subseries B: Board of Directors/Executive Committee/General Council/Standing/Special Committees File (n.d., 1921-1934)
    • Box 77
      Board of Directors
      • Box 77
        Agendas
      • Box 77
        Correspondence
        • Box 77
          1921-1923
        • Box 77
          1924-1925
        • Box 77
          1926
      • Box 78
        Correspondence
        • Box 78
          1927
        • Box 78
          1928-1929
        • Box 78
          1930-1935
        • Box 78
          1921-1923
        • Box 78
          1921-1923
      • Box 78
        Memoranda 1920-1938
      • Box 78
        Minutes
        • Box 78
          1920-1923
        • Box 78
          1924-1925
        • Box 78
          1926-1927
        • Box 78
          1928
      • Box 79
        Pre-Convention Board Meeting Minutes n.d., 1925
      • Box 79
        Post Convention Board Meeting Minutes 1924-1925
      • Box 79
        Programs n.d.
      • Box 79
        Resolutions n.d., 1921, 1925
    • Box 79
      Executive Council
      • Box 79
        Minutes 1923, 1925
      • Box 79
        Minutes--Pre-Convention n.d.
    • Box 79
      Executive Committee
      • Box 79
        Agendas 1923-1932
      • Box 79
        Correspondence 1921-1933
      • Box 79
        Memoranda n.d., 1921-1933
      • Box 79
        Minutes 1921-1928
      • Box 79
        Minutes 1929-1933
      • Box 79
        Resolutions 1932
    • Box 79
      General Council
      • Box 79
        Memoranda n.d., 1932
      • Box 79
        Pre-Convention Meetings 1926-1930
    • Box 79
      Standing/Special Committees
      • Box 79
        Capitol Committee--Minutes 1924
      • Box 79
        Child Welfare Committee
        • Box 79
          Bulletins, Correspondence, Miscellaneous 1921-1925, 1926-1934
        • Box 79
          Infant Welfare and Maternity Questionnaires 1925
        • Box 79
          Reports n.d.
      • Box 80
        Constitution Revision Committee--Correspondence and Report 1922
      • Box 80
        Education, Committee on
        • Box 80
          American Citizenship Committee 1920-1921
          • Box 80
            Bulletins, Correspondence, Miscellaneous n.d., 1920-1933
          • Box 80
            Report n.d., 1925, 1928
      • Box 80
        Efficiency in Government, Department of (s.a. Series VII, Subseries B)
        • Box 80
          Election Laws and Methods 1920
          • Box 80
            General Correspondence 1921-1931
          • Box 80
            Memoranda and Reports n.d., 1920-1932
        • Box 80
          Efficiency in Government Conference
          • Box 80
            Addresses 1921
          • Box 80
            Announcements, Lists, Notes, Program Agendas, Resolutions, Miscellaneous 1921
      • Box 81
        Efficiency in Government, Committee on
        • Box 81
          Efficiency in Government Conference
          • Box 81
            Correspondence September - October 1921
          • Box 81
            Correspondence November 1921 - June 1922
          • Box 81
            Correspondence--"Survey of the Voters Mind" 1922-1926
      • Box 81
        "Get Out the Vote" Campaign--Bulletins, Correspondence, Instructions Reports 1922-1926
      • Box 81
        Interracial Cooperation Material--Correspondence, Pamphlets, Reports, Miscellaneous 1921-1928
      • Box 81
        International Cooperation to Prevent War, Committee on
        • Box 81
          Bulletins and Correspondence 1921-1922, 1923
      • Box 82
        International Cooperation to Prevent War, Committee on
        • Box 82
          Bulletins and Correspondence 1924-1925
        • Box 82
          Bulletins, Correspondence and Miscellaneous n.d., 1926-1932
        • Box 82
          Louisa K. Fast Virginia Tour [Includes Correspondence, Itineraries, Memoranda,
        • Box 82
          Newspaper Clippings] October 1930
        • Box 82
          Newspaper Clippings [fragile materials] n.d.
        • Box 82
          Reports n.d.
      • Box 82
        International Cooperation to Prevent War, Conference on the Cause and Cure of War
        • Box 82
          Delegate Lists, Memoranda, Notes, Reports n.d., 1928
        • Box 82
          Reports n.d.
      • Box 82
        Joint Executive Committee (Virginia and Richmond)--Minutes 1921
      • Box 82
        Legal Status of Women, Committee on--Bulletins, Correspondence, Miscellaneous 1921-1931
      • Box 82
        Living Costs, Committee on [Food Supply and Demand]--General Correspondence, Reports, Miscellaneous 1921-1931
      • Box 82
        Membership Extension Committee--Minutes and Program 1932
      • Box 82
        New Voters, Committee on
        • Box 82
          Correspondence, Memoranda, Reports
          • Box 82
            1925
          • Box 82
            1926-1928 [Miss Jeffires Heinrich, Chair]
      • Box 83
        Organization Committee
        • Box 83
          Correspondence, Minutes, Notes n.d., 1920
        • Box 83
          Correspondence and Questionnaires 1920-1923
        • Box 83
          Correspondence 1925-1926 [Chair Pro Tem Mrs. John T. Lewis]
      • Box 83
        Press Department [Press Chair/Publicity Director]--Correspondence and Memoranda,
        • Publications 1921-1931
      • Box 83
        Primary Committee on Elections 1922
      • Box 83
        Prison Conditions/Farm Committee--Bulletins, Correspondence, Newspaper Clippings
      • Box 83
        1922-1927
      • Box 83
        Public Health, Committee on 1925
      • Box 83
        Resolutions Committee--Reports 1921-1922
      • Box 83
        Social Hygiene, Committee on--Correspondence, Memoranda, Reports, Miscellaneous
      • Box 83
        1922-1923
      • Box 83
        State-Wide Membership Committee--Minutes 1932
      • Box 83
        Steering Committee [Prospective League of Women Voters]--Correspondence, Minutes 1946
      • Box 83
        Uniform Laws, Committee on--Bulletins, Correspondence, Miscellaneous 1921-1923
      • Box 83
        Women in Industry, Committee on
        • Box 83
          Correspondence, Reports, Miscellaneous 1920-1933
        • Box 83
          Correspondence--"Shorter Day and Women Workers" 1923-1930
  • Subseries C: State/National League Convention Material (n.d., 1921-1933)
    • Box 84
      State League Conventions
      • Box 84
        Ballots n.d., 1923, 1929
      • Box 84
        Biennial Convention 1933
      • Box 84
        Committee Reports and Recommendations
        • Box 84
          1922-1923
        • Box 84
          1924-1926
        • Box 84
          1927-1931
      • Box 84
        Convention
        • Box 84
          Chair Correspondence [Mrs. S.S. Matthews] 1924
        • Box 84
          Rules Committee 1928
        • Box 84
          Site Brochures n.d., 1930-1933
      • Box 84
        Delegate/Visitor Correspondence and Lists [Prospective] 1922-1923
      • Box 84
        Delegate/Visitor Correspondence and Lists [Prospective] 1924-1933
      • Box 84
        Executive/Headquarters Secretary Reports 1922-1929
      • Box 84
        Finance Committee--Correspondence 1924-1925
      • Box 84
        Minutes and Reports n.d., 1923-1929
      • Box 85
        Notes n.d.
      • Box 85
        Newspaper clippings n.d., 1923-1924
      • Box 85
        Nominating Committee [includes correspondence] 1925-1933
      • Box 85
        Pledges [National and State] 1922-1930
      • Box 85
        Program Committee--Correspondence
        • Box 85
          1924
        • Box 85
          1925
        • Box 85
          1926 [Lynchburg]
        • Box 85
          1927
        • Box 85
          1928
        • Box 85
          1929
      • Box 85
        Programs n.d., 1922-1931
      • Box 85
        Resolutions n.d., 1923
      • Box 85
        Speeches n.d., 1924-1929
      • Box 86
        Tenth Anniversary Convention--Newspaper clippings 1930
      • Box 86
        Tenth Anniversary Convention--Registration Book 1930
      • Box 86
        Tenth Annual--Convention Drama "Decade of League Work" by Adèle Clark 1930
    • Box 86
      National League Conventions
      • Box 86
        Cleveland--Correspondence, Memoranda, Newspaper Articles, Reports, Resolutions,Miscellaneous 1921
      • Box 86
        Baltimore [Pan American Conference]--Correspondence, Miscellaneous 1922
      • Box 86
        Des Moines--Correspondence, Miscellaneous 1923
      • Box 86
        Buffalo--Correspondence, Delegate Lists, Miscellaneous 1924
      • Box 86
        Richmond
        • Box 86
          Announcements, Programs, Resolutions, Miscellaneous n.d., 1924-1925
        • Box 86
          Commonwealth Club Dinner n.d.
        • Box 86
          Delegate Correspondence and Lists March--April 1925
        • Box 86
          Delegate and Visitor Lists n.d.
        • Box 86
          Gala Finance Luncheon 1925
        • Box 86
          General Chairman Report n.d.
        • Box 86
          Local Committee Expense Statement and Financial Report 1925
        • Box 86
          Memoranda, Notes and Reports n.d., 1924
        • Box 86
          Newspaper Clippings 1925
        • Box 86
          Notes [by Adèle Clark] n.d.
        • Box 87
          Official Visitors Correspondence March - April 1925
        • Box 87
          Pledge Distribution List 1925
        • Box 87
          Program Committee Correspondence 1924-1925
        • Box 87
          "Special Visitor" Plan n.d.
        • Box 87
          Staff Conference, Minutes, Notes 1925
        • Box 87
          Woman Citizenarticle 1925
      • Box 87
        St.Louis--Correspondence, Memoranda, Newspaper clippings and Miscellaneous n.d., 1926
  • Subseries D: Financial Material (n.d., 1921-1939)
    • Box 87
      Book of Possibilities n.d.
    • Box 87
      Budget [Committee?] Report November 1920
    • Box 87
      Finance, Committee on
      • Box 87
        Finance Chair--Correspondence and Memoranda 1921-1925, 1926, 1927-1928
      • Box 88
        Finance, Committee on
        • Box 88
          Finance Chair--Correspondence and Memoranda 1929-1935
        • Box 88
          Individual and Local League Pledge and Quota Lists n.d., 1923-1935
        • Box 88
          Recommendations and Reports of Finance Chair n.d., 1929
      • Box 88
        Treasurer, Office of
        • Box 88
          Correspondence 1921-1924, 1925, 1926-1939
        • Box 88
          Notes n.d., 1921
        • Box 88
          Reports n.d., 1921-1928
      • Box 89
        Cashbook 1922-1923
      • Box 89
        Comparison Liabilities 1924-1925
      • Box 89
        Expenditures and Receipts 1934-1936
      • Box 89
        Financial History n.d.
      • Box 89
        Financial Statements 1922-1932
      • Box 89
        Lease Agreements 1922-1927
      • Box 89
        Ledger Sheets--Receipts and Disbursements 1920-1921
      • Box 89
        Statement of Operations 1921-1923
  • Subseries E: Legislative Material (n.d., 1921-1944)
    • Box 89
      Bill Abstracts and Summaries n.d.
    • Box 90
      Children's Code Commission
      • Box 90
        Correspondence, Drafts of Bills, Consent Laws, Questionnaires, Miscellaneous 1921, 1921-1923
    • Box 90
      Legislative Committee
      • Box 90
        Bulletins, Circulars, Correspondence Legislative Chair 1920-1921, 1922
    • Box 90
      Legislative Committee
      • Box 90
        Bulletins, Circulars, Correspondence Legislative Chair 1923, 1925, 1926-1936
    • Box 91
      Legislative Committee
      • Box 91
        Reports and Summaries n.d., 1920-1929
    • Box 91
      Legislation Measures and Programs
      • Box 91
        Candidate's/Legislator's Replies 1921-1922, 1923
    • Box 91
      Legislation Measures and Programs
      • Box 91
        Candidates's Replies 1925-1927, 1929-1931, 1931-1932, 1931-1932
    • Box 92
      Legislation Measures and Programs
      • Box 92
        Candidate's Replies 1932
    • Box 92
      Legislation Measures and Programs
      • Box 92
        Candidates's Replies 1933-1934, 1935-1937
      • Box 92
        Correspondence, Candidates/Legislators Responses to Questionnaires 1922-1938
    • Box 92
      Virginia Women's Council of Legislative Chairmen of State Organizations
      • Box 92
        Legislative Chair: M.E. Pidgeon, May I. Moore--Correspondence 1923-1925
      • Box 92
        Bulletins, Calendars of Legislation, Circulars, Lists, Reports, Miscellaneous 1923-1944
      • Box 93
        Miscellaneous n.d., 1920-1934
  • Subseries F: Local District/League Material (n.d., 1920-1934)
    • Box 93
      City Leagues
      • Box 93
        Alexandria Branch--Correspondence 1920-1928
      • Box 93
        Bristol VA/TN--Correspondence, report 1921-1929
      • Box 93
        Craddock League 1923-1932
      • Box 93
        Crozet League 1924-1925
      • Box 93
        Farmville League 1920-1927
      • Box 93
        Fredricksburg--Correspondence 1920-1924
      • Box 93
        Front Royal 1926
      • Box 93
        Hampton 1921-1922
      • Box 93
        Harrisonburg 1920-1924
      • Box 93
        Hopewell--City Point 1923
      • Box 93
        Lynchburg--Correspondence 1920-1922
      • Box 93
        Lynchburg--Correspondence 1923-1928
      • Box 93
        Lynchburg--Correspondence 1929-1934
      • Box 94
        Norfolk--Correspondence 1920-1922
      • Box 94
        Norfolk--Correspondence 1923-1925
      • Box 94
        Norfolk--Correspondence 1926-1928
      • Box 94
        Norfolk--Correspondence 1929-1933
      • Box 94
        Petersburg--Correspondence 1920-1923
      • Box 94
        Portsmouth--Correspondence 1923-1933
      • Box 94
        Radford [East Radford] 1921-1924
      • Box 94
        Roanoke--Correspondence 1920-1921
      • Box 94
        Roanoke--Correspondence 1922
      • Box 94
        Roanoke--Correspondence 1923-1932
      • Box 94
        Shawsville 1922-1927
      • Box 94
        Williamsburg 1920-1924
      • Box 94
        Winchester 1920-1923
    • Box 95
      City/County Leagues
      • Box 95
        Charlottesville/Albemarle--Correspondence 1920-1922
      • Box 95
        Charlottesville/Albemarle--Correspondence 1923-1924
      • Box 95
        Charlottesville/Albemarle--Correspondence 1925-1932
      • Box 95
        Chatham/Pittsylvania Co. 1921-1923
      • Box 95
        Cherrydale/Arlington Co. 1922-1931
      • Box 95
        Danville/Pittsylvania Co. 1920-1924
      • Box 95
        Gretna/Pittsylvania Co. 1920-1924
      • Box 95
        Newport News/Warwick 1922
      • Box 95
        Norfolk/Princess Anne Co.--Correspondence 1920-1933
      • Box 95
        Roanoke/Salem Co.--Correspondence 1921-1924
      • Box 95
        Staunton/August Co. 1920-1923
      • Box 95
        Suffolk/Nanesmond Co. 1922-1924
    • Box 95
      County Leagues
      • Box 95
        Accomac 1920-1924
      • Box 95
        Alleghany [Clifton Forge League] 1921-1924
      • Box 95
        Amherst 1922
      • Box 95
        Appomattox 1921-1924
      • Box 95
        Augusta 1921-1923
      • Box 95
        Bath 1922
      • Box 95
        Bedford--Correspondence, report 1921-1925
      • Box 95
        Brunswick 1921-1924
      • Box 95
        Buchanan 1921
      • Box 95
        Buckingham 1921-1924
      • Box 95
        Campbell 1921-1922
      • Box 95
        Charlotte 1920-1922
      • Box 95
        Charles City 1921, 1926
      • Box 95
        Chesterfield [Chester] 1921-1933
      • Box 95
        Clarke 1923
      • Box 96
        Elizabeth City [Hampton] 1921-1922
      • Box 96
        Essex 1921-1923
      • Box 96
        Fairfax [Providence League] 1920-1927
      • Box 96
        Fauquier [Marshall and Scott Branch] 1921-1925
      • Box 96
        Floyd 1921
      • Box 96
        Gloucester 1921-1922
      • Box 96
        Greensville 1921, 1924
      • Box 96
        Goochland 1921
      • Box 96
        Hanover [Ashland Civic League, Cold Harbor, Patrick Henry] 1921-1933
      • Box 96
        Henrico [Rio Vista, Tuckahoe, Varina Leagues] 1921-1924
      • Box 96
        Henry 1920-1922
      • Box 96
        James City 1921
      • Box 96
        King William 1923
      • Box 96
        Lancaster 1921-1922
      • Box 96
        Loudoun 1920-1924
      • Box 96
        Louisa 1921-1923
      • Box 96
        Madison 1920, 1926
      • Box 96
        Matthews 1921-1922
      • Box 96
        Mecklenburg 1920-1922
      • Box 96
        Montgomery 1921-1923
      • Box 96
        Nelson [Faber League?]--Correspondence 1924
      • Box 96
        Northampton 1920-1924
      • Box 96
        Orange 1923
      • Box 96
        Pittsylvania [Chatham, Greenfield] 1920-1924
      • Box 96
        Prince George 1921
      • Box 96
        Prince William 1921-1922
      • Box 96
        Pulaski 1920
      • Box 96
        Rockbridge 1922
      • Box 96
        Russell 1921
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        Smyth 1920-1921
      • Box 96
        Southampton 1925
      • Box 96
        Surrey [Claremont League] 1921-1925
      • Box 96
        Tazewell 1921-1924
      • Box 96
        Warren 1921-1923
      • Box 96
        Washington 1922
      • Box 96
        Wise 1921-1927
  • Subseries G: University of Virginia File--University Extension Division (n.d., 1920-1938)
    • Box 97
      Institute of Citizenship and Government
      • Box 97
        Bulletins, Correspondence, Memoranda, Programs, Miscellaneous 1923
    • Box 97
      Institute of Public Affairs
      • Box 97
        Addresses 1931
      • Box 97
        Circulars n.d.
      • Box 97
        Conferences "Adult Education" 1933
      • Box 97
        Conferences "Studying Public Affairs the Year Around" 1932
      • Box 97
        Correspondence--Adèle Clark 1927-1938
      • Box 97
        Director Correspondence 1932
      • Box 97
        Draft Correspondence and Notes--Adèle Clark n.d.
      • Box 97
        Invitations, Membership Lists, Newspaper Clippings, Publications n.d.
      • Box 97
        Lesson Outlines n.d.
      • Box 97
        Proceedings and Roundtables n.d.
    • Box 97
      Office of the Instructor
      • Box 97
        Correspondence 1920-1924, 1925-1933
    • Box 97
      Proceedings of the School of Citizenship 1920, 1923
    • Box 97
      Program--"Know Your League" n.d.
    • Box 98
      Publications 1923-1932
    • Box 98
      "Ten Practical Lessons for Virginia Citizens" n.d.
  • Subseries H: Other Organizations (n.d., 1915-1956)
    • Box 98
      Agriculture, Department of--Bureau of Home Economics n.d., 1929
    • Box 98
      American Association for Labor Legislation 1922-1925
    • Box 98
      American Civil Liberties Union n.d.
    • Box 98
      American Foundation n.d., 1927-1928
    • Box 98
      American Game Protection Association 1922
    • Box 98
      Better Government League 1926-1927
    • Box 98
      Carnegie Endowment for International Peace "International Conciliation" 1915-1929
    • Box 98
      Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Co. 1922
    • Box 98
      Citizens Clearinghouse on Public Education n.d.
    • Box 98
      Citizenship Conference 1923
    • Box 98
      Clearing Committee for Organizations Supporting Reciprocal Trade 1947
    • Box 98
      Commerce, Department of 1932
    • Box 98
      Co-Operative Education Association of Virginia--Annual Reports, Bulletins, Memoranda, Minutes, Publications 1923-1932
    • Box 99
      Crittenton [Florence] Mission--Annual Report, Biennial Report 1927, 1922-1924
    • Box 99
      Democratic State Central Committee correspondence--[Mary E. Pidgeon 1921] 1921-1925
    • Box 99
      Federal Board for Vocational Education [Division of Civilian Vocational Rehabilitation] 1924
    • Box 99
      Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America "Information Service" Bulletins
    • Box 99
      1923-1926
    • Box 99
      Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America Publications n.d., 1923-1925
    • Box 99
      Foreign Policy Association
      • Box 99
        Bulletins, Memoranda, Newspaper Clippings
      • Box 99
        Information Service Bulletins, Reports 1925-1935
      • Box 99
        News Bulletins 1923-1934
    • Box 99
      Foreign Policy Association
      • Box 99
        Publications 1923-1931
    • Box 100
      General Defense Committee 1922
    • Box 100
      General Federation of Women's Clubs 1924-1933
    • Box 100
      Interior, Department of--Bureau of Education--Bulletins 1929-1930
    • Box 100
      International Woman Suffrage Alliance 1921-1926
    • Box 100
      Inter-Racial Cooperation, Commission on 1920, 1924-1925
    • Box 100
      Labor, Department of
      • Box 100
        Women's/Children's Bureau
        • Box 100
          Bulletins, Charts, Circulars n.d., 1920-1932
        • Box 100
          Publications [Children's] n.d., 1919-1931
        • Box 100
          Publications [Women's] (1 of 2) n.d., 1920-1921
        • Box 100
          Publications [Women's] (2 of 2) n.d., 1940-1942
    • Box 101
      Labor, Department of
      • Box 101
        Southern Regional Conferences on Labor Standards 1935-1936
    • Box 101
      League of Nations Association
      • Box 101
        Commission Reports 1923-1925
      • Box 101
        Memoranda, Miscellaneous
      • Box 101
        News Bulletins 1923-1933
      • Box 101
        Pamphlets, Publications (1 of 3) n.d., 1924-1932
      • Box 101
        Pamphlets, Publications (2 of 3) n.d., 1923-1924
      • Box 101
        Pamphlets, Publications (3 of 3) n.d., 1933
    • Box 101
      League of Virginia Municipalities
    • Box 101
      Motion Picture Producers and Distributors of America, Inc. 1926
    • Box 101
      National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (N.A.A.C.P) 1926
    • Box 101
      National Association of Manufactures 1926
    • Box 101
      National Association of Postal Supervisors--Richmond Branch 1936
    • Box 101
      National Child Labor Committee n.d., 1924-1930
    • Box 101
      National Child Labor Committee--Publications 1924-1927
    • Box 102
      National Civil Service Reform League n.d., 1922-1924
    • Box 102
      National Committee on Federal Legislation for Birth Control 1933
    • Box 102
      National Committee on the Causes and Cures of War
      • Box 102
        Bulletins, memorandum, Reading Course Lists, Miscellaneous 1926-1935
      • Box 102
        Conference Pamphlets and Programs n.d., 1925-1931
      • Box 102
        Conference Reports 1925, 1926, 1928
    • Box 102
      National Consumers' League n.d., 1923
    • Box 103
      National Council for the Prevention of War [Reduction of Armaments]
      • Box 103
        Handbills, Memoranda, Pamphlets n.d., 1921-1931
      • Box 103
        Publications, Bulletin, News Bulletin1922-1930
    • Box 103
      National Council of Jewish Women 1924
    • Box 103
      National Economic League n.d., 1925, 1932
    • Box 103
      National Education Association 1923
    • Box 103
      National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs, Inc. 1930-1931
    • Box 103
      National Interracial Conference 1928-1929
    • Box 103
      National Kindergarten Association n.d., 1922
    • Box 103
      National Municipal League 1922-1923
    • Box 103
      National Popular Government League 1927-1932
    • Box 103
      National Recovery Administration 1933
    • Box 103
      National Tax Association n.d. 1919
    • Box 103
      National Woman's Party 1921-1931
    • Box 103
      National Woman's Party-- Equal Rights1927
    • Box 104
      National Women's Trade Union League
      • Box 104
        Bulletins, Newsletters, Miscellaneous n.d., 1922-1934
      • Box 104
        Life and Labor Bulletins 1923-1929, 1930-1932, 1933-1944
      • Box 104
        Pamphlets, Proceedings n.d., 1922, 1924
    • Box 104
      Norfolk Women's Registration Committee n.d.
    • Box 104
      Order of Railway Conductors 1930
    • Box 104
      Organizations Associated for Ratification of the Child Labor Amendment [Women's Committee for the Children's Amendment 1924] 1925-1926
    • Box 104
      Proportional Representation League 1924
    • Box 105
      Reconstruction Finance Corporation 1932
    • Box 105
      Schalkenback [Robert] Foundation 1930
    • Box 105
      Southern Council of Women and Children in Industry 1931
    • Box 105
      Southern Women's Educational Alliance 1921-1933
    • Box 105
      United Front for Better Government Personnel 1935
    • Box 105
      U.S. Civil Service Commission (1 of 2) n.d.
    • Box 105
      U.S. Civil Service Commission (2 of 2) n.d.
    • Box 105
      United States Federation of Justice 1928
    • Box 105
      Virginia Board of Charities and Corrections--Juvenile Laws--Summary and Analysis 1921
    • Box 105
      Virginia Board of Education--Bulletins 1921-1922, 1928
    • Box 105
      Virginia Bureau of Research 1930
    • Box 105
      Virginia Commission on County Government--report 1934, 1936
    • Box 105
      Virginia Committee on Distribution n.d.
    • Box 105
      Virginia Commonwealth Secretary [Includes publications on Virginia Election Laws] 1920-1934
    • Box 106
      Virginia Conference of Social Work 1925-1935
    • Box 106
      Virginia Conference on Child Health and Protection n.d.
    • Box 106
      Virginia Council Executive and Administrative Women in Education
    • Box 106
      Virginia Department of Agriculture and Immigration
    • Box 106
      Virginia Education Association n.d., 1932
    • Box 106
      Virginia Educational Conference 1923
    • Box 106
      Virginia Federation of Women's Clubs--Legislative Chair Correspondence 1927-1956
    • Box 106
      Virginia Good Roads Association
    • Box 106
      Virginia Industrial School for Colored Girls--Annual Report 1935
    • Box 106
      Virginia Military Institute--Arts and Sciences Committee Report n.d.
    • Box 106
      Virginia Polytechnic Institute 1923
    • Box 106
      Virginia Republican Party--Candidate lists, Party Platforms, Miscellaneous n.d., 1920-1921
    • Box 106
      Virginia State Board of Health--Bureau of Child Welfare/Health--Director's Report n.d.
    • Box 106
      Virginia State Board/Department of Health--Health Bulletins 1915-1922
    • Box 106
      Virginia State Board/Department of Labor and Industry 1923-1940
    • Box 106
      Virginia State Board/Department of Public Welfare 1922-1934
    • Box 106
      Virginia State Chamber of Commerce 1925-1929
    • Box 107
      Virginia State Department of Taxation n.d.
    • Box 107
      Virginia State Fair Association n.d., 1926
    • Box 107
      Virginia State Library n.d.
    • Box 107
      Virginia State Penitentiary 1933
    • Box 107
      Virginia State Teachers Association 1922
    • Box 107
      Virginia Women's Legislative Council 1932
    • Box 107
      Woman's Centennial Congress 1940
    • Box 107
      Woman's Committee for Pollical Action 1924
    • Box 107
      Woman's Constitutional League of Virginia 1925
    • Box 107
      Woman's International League for Peace and Freedom 1929-1931
    • Box 107
      Women's Joint Congressional Committee 1924-1927
    • Box 107
      Women's National Democratic Club n.d.
    • Box 107
      Women's Universal Alliance 1924
    • Box 107
      World Peace Foundation 1923-1926
  • Subseries I: Governor's Ball (n.d., 1926-1929)
    • Box 107
      Announcements, Bulletins, Guest/Patron Lists and Miscellaneous 1928
      • Box 107
        Correspondence
      • Box 107
        Bulletins, Memoranda and Miscellaneous 1929
      • Box 107
        Costume/Decoration 1929
      • Box 107
        Financial, Receipts and Records 1928
      • Box 108
        Correspondence
      • Box 108
        Guest/Marshall/Patron/Sponsor 1929 (1 of 7)
      • Box 108
        Guest/Marshall/Patron/Sponsor 1929 (2 of 7)
      • Box 108
        Guest/Marshall/Patron/Sponsor 1929 (3 of 7)
      • Box 108
        Guest/Marshall/Patron/Sponsor 1929 (4 of 7)
      • Box 108
        Guest/Marshall/Patron/Sponsor 1929 (5 of 7)
      • Box 108
        Guest/Marshall/Patron/Sponsor 1929 (6 of 7)
      • Box 108
        Guest/Marshall/Patron/Sponsor 1929 (7 of 7)
      • Box 108
        Guest Patrons/Sponsors 1928 (1 of 4)
      • Box 109
        Correspondence
      • Box 109
        Guest Patrons/Sponsors 1928 (2 of 4)
      • Box 109
        Guest Patrons/Sponsors 1928 (3 of 4)
      • Box 109
        Guest Patrons/Sponsors 1928 (4 of 4)
      • Box 109
        Hostess 1928
      • Box 109
        Marshalls 1928
    • Box 109
      Financial/Account Books 1928, 1929
    • Box 109
      Financial Receipts and Records 1929
    • Box 109
      Guest/Marshall/Patron/Sponsor Lists 1926
  • Subseries J: Virginia Cookery Book (n.d., 1921-1937)
    • Box 110
      Advertising Accounts Lists n.d.
    • Box 110
      Advertising Sales--Correspondence 1921-1922
    • Box 110
      Bulletins, Cookbook Review, Lists, Miscellaneous 1921
    • Box 110
      Cash Account and Statements and Sales 1922
    • Box 110
      Cookbook Orders/Requests 1922 (1 of 2)
    • Box 110
      Cookbook Orders/Requests 1922 (2 of 2)
    • Box 110
      Cookbook Orders/Requests 1923
    • Box 110
      Cookbook Orders/Requests 1924
    • Box 110
      Cookbook Orders/Requests 1925-1937
    • Box 110
      Correspondence, Memoranda, Minutes, Reports 1921-1929
    • Box 110
      Cussons May and Company Correspondence 1921-1924
  • Subseries K: Topical File (n.d., 1918-1967)
    • Box 111
      Anniversary Memorial Fund [Local Campaign]--Correspondence [Mrs. Charles Lee, Chair] 1931
    • Box 111
      Annual Reports [?] n.d.
    • Box 111
      Armament Reduction--Petitions and Resolutions 1921
    • Box 111
      Articles for Bulletins--1929
    • Box 111
      Astor, Nancy [Lady] 1922-1932
    • Box 111
      Ballots [Lists of National and State Political Candidates] n.d., 1925-1929
    • Box 111
      Barrett, Kate Waller n.d., 1924-1925
    • Box 111
      Biographies [includes photos of N.L.W.V. officers] n.d., 1924-1926
    • Box 111
      Bulletin--Correspondence and Reports [Elizabeth Sadler, Chair] 1926
    • Box 111
      Bulletins and Circulars 1920-1922, 1923-1925, 1926-1928, n.d., 1929-1931
    • Box 112
      By-Laws and Constitution n.d.
    • Box 112
      Child Labor Amendment--Correspondence, Publications and Reports 1923-1934
    • Box 112
      Citizenship School St.--Training, Miscellaneous n.d., 1921-1922
    • Box 112
      City and County League Publications [non-Virginian] A-M [includes Washington, D.C.]
    • Box 112
      City and County League Publications [non-Virginian] N-Z
    • Box 112
      Congressional District List n.d.
    • Box 112
      Congressional District Reports n.d., 1923
    • Box 112
      Conservation of Seafood of Chesapeake, Joint Committee--Correspondence, Minutes, Publications 1923-1926
    • Box 112
      Correspondence--Congressional District Director
      • Box 112
        Second District 1924-1926
      • Box 112
        Third District [Lee] 1921-1930
      • Box 112
        Fourth District [London] 1920-1925
      • Box 112
        Fifth District [Beverley] 1924-1925
      • Box 112
        Sixth District [Boatwright] 1921-1924
      • Box 112
        Seventh District [Boocock] 1921-1924
      • Box 112
        Eighth District [Walton] 1920-1924
      • Box 112
        Ninth District [Crockett] 1920-1925
      • Box 112
        Tenth District [Woodward] 1920-1925
    • Box 112
      "County Government in Virginia"--Correspondence 1923-1929
    • Box 113
      Cunningham [Minnie F.] Campaign--Correspondence, Memoranda, Newspaper Articles, Notes, Outlines 1928
    • Box 113
      "Decade of League Work"--Manuscript n.d.
    • Box 113
      Democratic Convention Summary [National] by Adèle Clark 1928
    • Box 113
      Delegate Lists [National Political Conventions] 1920, 1924, 1928, 1932
    • Box 113
      Direct Primary/Short Ballot Reform--Correspondence, Notes, Reports 1924-1931
    • Box 113
      Discussion/Outline "Being Alive to Your Community" n.d.
    • Box 113
      District Directors Conference 1921
    • Box 113
      District Directors Conference--Correspondence and minutes 1921
    • Box 113
      Essay
      • Box 113
        Clark, Adèle "League of Women Voters--An Idea and an Activity" n.d.
      • Box 113
        Clark, Adèle "Seeing the Program Whole" 1926
      • Box 113
        Harper, Ida H. "Has Women Suffrage Realized Expectations?" n.d.
      • Box 113
        Matthews, Mrs. S.S. "Woman Voter's Impressions of her First State Political Convention" n.d.
      • Box 113
        unknown author "Status of Women" n.d.
    • Box 113
      Executive and Press Secretary Reports 1921-1922, 1926
    • Box 113
      Female Voters Lists 1921
    • Box 113
      Field Directors Itinerary n.d.
    • Box 113
      Glass, Carter [Senator] n.d. n.d., 1921, 1926
    • Box 113
      Good Citizenship Bonds 1927
    • Box 113
      Governor's Office--Virginia--Westmoreland Davis 1918-1922
    • Box 113
      Governor's Office--Virginia--E. Lee Trinkle 1922-1926
    • Box 113
      Gubernatorial [Virginia] Campaigns--Literature n.d., 1920, 1925
    • Box 113
      Handbills n.d., 1920
    • Box 113
      Hodges, Dr. W.S.--report n.d.
    • Box 113
      Hood, Mrs. John Bell n.d.
    • Box 114
      Enrollment Cards n.d., 1920-1929
    • Box 115
      House of Delegates [Virginia]--Democratic Nominees--Correspondence July 1925
    • Box 115
      Houston, Mrs. Josephine--Correspondence 1921-1932
    • Box 115
      Incorporation Material 1927
    • Box 115
      International League Publications n.d., 1922-1924, 1930
    • Box 115
      Invitation Lists n.d.
    • Box 115
      Itineraries 1933, 1935
    • Box 115
      Jury Service for Women--Publications, Reports, Miscellaneous n.d., 1927
    • Box 115
      League Meetings Report 1933
    • Box 115
      Leaguership Clinics--Evaluation 1967
    • Box 115
      Lecture--Adèle Clark "Women in Politics" [given at Louisiana State Univ.] July 5, 1923
    • Box 115
      Lecture Series Bulletins and Pamphlets n.d., 1922-1923
    • Box 115
      Letters to the Editor n.d., 1924-1925, 1932
    • Box 115
      Lewis, Mrs. John H.--Correspondence [draft] n.d., 1931
    • Box 115
      Lewis, Mrs. John T.--Deed 1936
    • Box 115
      Life Members List n.d.
    • Box 115
      Lists--Miscellaneous n.d.
    • Box 115
      Literature Orders 1929
    • Box 115
      Local League Organization Material n.d., 1925
    • Box 115
      Local League Reorganization Plan 1925
    • Box 115
      Membership Application n.d.
    • Box 115
      Membership Bulletins Woman Voter of Virginia 1926-1927, 1932-1933
    • Box 116
      Membership Campaigns and Drives [Sustaining]--Bulletins, Correspondence, Lists, Reports and Miscellaneous 1922-1923
    • Box 116
      Membership Drives and Campaigns 1925-1932
    • Box 116
      Membership Lists [Local and State] n.d., 1926, 1929-1930
    • Box 116
      Morgan, Faith W.--Correspondence 1929-1935
    • Box 116
      National Convention Notes--Louisville 1930
    • Box 116
      National/State Democratic Convention Material [Roberta Wellford] 1924
    • Box 116
      National League of Woman Voters
      • Box 116
        Citizenship Schools 1924-1933
      • Box 116
        Radio Promotion 1928
      • Box 116
        Reports
        • Box 116
          Legislation/Legislative 1924-1934
        • Box 116
          Membership Dues 1932
        • Box 116
          Organization and Finance 1924-1934
    • Box 116
      New Voters League Lists 1926
    • Box 116
      News-Leaderarticle "Are Women's Organizations Helping Virginia as They Might and Should do?" by Adèle Clark--Includes Correspondence, drafts, articles 1928-1929
    • Box 116
      Newspaper Clippings [fragile material] n.d.
    • Box 116
      Newspaper Clippings [photocopied] n.d.
    • Box 117
      Notebooks
      • Box 117
        Clark, Adèle (1 of 3) n.d.
      • Box 117
        Clark, Adèle (2 of 3) n.d.
      • Box 117
        Clark, Adèle (3 of 3) n.d.
      • Box 117
        Cowles, Edith Clark n.d.
      • Box 117
        Houston, Nora n.d.
      • Box 117
        Thompson, Ida Mae (?) n.d.
    • Box 117
      Notes--Adèle Clark--Miscellaneous (1 of 2) n.d.
    • Box 117
      Notes--Adèle Clark--Miscellaneous (2 of 2) n.d.
    • Box 118
      Notes and Draft Correspondence--Adèle Clark n.d.
    • Box 118
      Notes--Edith Clark Cowles n.d.
    • Box 118
      Notes and Draft Correspondence--Nora Houston n.d.
    • Box 118
      Notes and Draft Correspondence--Nora Houston n.d.
    • Box 118
      Notes from Virginia League of Woman Voters [Mrs. Gertrude Lee Babcock, Editor]
    • Box 118
      Officer Lists n.d., 1923, 1927-1929, 1933
    • Box 118
      Officer Lists [local leagues only] n.d., 1921
    • Box 119
      Organizational Charts and History n.d.
    • Box 119
      Organization Talk--Notes and Outline n.d.
    • Box 119
      Plank 1929
    • Box 119
      Platform on Current Issues 1924
    • Box 119
      Plays n.d.
    • Box 119
      Poetry--Miscellaneous n.d.
    • Box 119
      Political Flyers and Pamphlets--National (1 of 2) n.d., 1927-1928
    • Box 119
      Political Flyers and Pamphlets--National (2 of 2) n.d., 1928, 1932
    • Box 119
      Political Flyers and Pamphlets--State n.d., 1921, 1925
    • Box 119
      Poll Tax--Correspondence 1921
    • Box 119
      Prayer n.d.
    • Box 119
      Presidential Report to National League 1927
    • Box 119
      Prison Conditions and Related Material 1924-1925
    • Box 119
      Program Making Committee--Minutes 1933
    • Box 120
      Program of Works [Active] 1927-1934
    • Box 120
      Prohibition Studies and Surveys 1925-1927
    • Box 120
      Property Lists 1925
    • Box 120
      Protest Letter regarding Jewish Persecution 1933
    • Box 120
      Questionnaires n.d., 1924, 1928
    • Box 120
      Radio Address "Training for Citizenship" 1922
    • Box 120
      Radio Supper 1928
    • Box 120
      Re-alignment of Committees Meeting--Minutes September 22, 1933
    • Box 120
      Recording Secretary--Correspondence [Mrs. H. Laurie Smith] 1930
    • Box 120
      Resolutions 1923
    • Box 120
      Roosevelt, Mrs. Franklin D.--Correspondence 1933-1934
    • Box 120
      Sesquicentennial Exposition of American Independence 1926
    • Box 120
      Sherwin, Miss Belle--Book 1930
    • Box 120
      Short Ballot Reform n.d.
    • Box 120
      Speaker's Bureau--Correspondence, Speakers Lists 1925-1929
    • Box 120
      Speech--Adèle Clark "Business of Voting" [given at the National Federation of Business and Professional Woman's Clubs] July 1928
    • Box 120
      State Government Publications--Virginia (1 of 2) n.d., 1923-1934
    • Box 120
      State Government Publications--Virginia (2 of 2) 1922-1928
    • Box 121
      State League Publications--Non-Virginian A-M (1 of 4) n.d., 1923, 1925, 1927
    • Box 121
      State League Publications--Non-Virginian A-M (2 of 4) n.d., 1923, 1933-1935
    • Box 121
      State League Publications--Non-Virginian A-M (3 of 4) n.d., 1922, 1925, 1927
    • Box 121
      State League Publications--Non-Virginian A-M (4 of 4) n.d., 1921, 1925
    • Box 121
      State League Publications--Non-Virginian N-Z (1 of 4) n.d., 1935
    • Box 122
      State League Publications--Non-Virginian N-Z (2 of 4) n.d., 1927-1930
    • Box 122
      State League Publications--Non-Virginian N-Z (3 of 4) n.d., 1921-1923, 1926
    • Box 122
      State League Publications--Non-Virginian N-Z (4 of 4) n.d., 1921-1924, 1933
    • Box 122
      Study Suggestions for Local Leagues n.d.
    • Box 122
      Supplemental Literature
      • Box 122
        Child Welfare and Education n.d., 1921, 1928, 1939
      • Box 122
        Foreign Affairs n.d., 1923-1933
    • Box 123
      Supplemental Literature
      • Box 123
        New Deal n.d.
      • Box 123
        Miscellaneous n.d., 1923, 1931-1932
    • Box 123
      Swanson, Claude A. [Senator] n.d.
    • Box 123
      Teachers' Associations n.d., 1926
    • Box 123
      Third Regional Director/Secretary
      • Box 123
        Correspondence 1920-1922, 1923-1924, 1925-1927, 1932
    • Box 123
      Third Region--Resolution, State League Report 1923
    • Box 123
      Treasure Hunts 1925-1926
    • Box 123
      Townsend, Mrs. C.E.--Speeches n.d., 1923
    • Box 123
      Vice-Presidents--Correspondence 1924-1932
    • Box 123
      Virginia Democratic Party Membership Lists n.d.
    • Box 123
      Virginia Newspaper Lists n.d.
    • Box 124
      Voter Registration--Correspondence and Voter Lists 1920-1921 [Folder includes a letter from Mary Johnston to Mrs. Cowles]
    • Box 124
      "What Women in Virginia Have Done With the Vote" Women's Survey 1923
    • Box 124
      Willis, Holman [Senator] 1927
    • Box 124
      Woman Citizen--Memoranda, Subscription Lists n.d., 1922-1925
    • Box 124
      Woman Citizen1922-1923
    • Box 124
      Woman's Journal1920
    • Box 124
      Woman Voter1928, 1929
    • Box 124
      Women Voters Lists--Harrisonburg, Virginia 1927
    • Box 124
      World Peace and Disarmament Material n.d., 1927-1931
    • Box 125
      Ledger 1923-1928
    • Box 125
      Ledger 1923-1931
    • Box 126
      Ledger 1930
    • Box 127
      Ledger n.d.
    • Box 127
      Ledger 1926-1930
    • Box 127
      Ledger 1936-1938
    • Box 127
      Ledger 1920-1922, 1930-1933
    • Box 127
      Ledger 1939
    • Box 127
      Notes on Sculpture 1921
Box
Series VI: League of Women Voters of Virginia (n.d., 1945-1970)

[fragile materials in Box 39]

  • Box 128
    Ballot 194?
  • Box 128
    Bulletins and Circulars n.d., 1946-1958
  • Box 128
    Catt, Carrie Chapman--Memorial Fund 1951, 1954
  • Box 128
    Citizens' Committee on the Status of Women in Virginia [State wide Conference] 1968
  • Box 128
    Communist Party of Norfolk, VA n.d.
  • Box 128
    Convention Message [Adèle Clark] 1969
  • Box 128
    Convention Proceedings 1952-1963
  • Box 128
    Convention Proceedings 1967
  • Box 128
    Correspondence [General] n.d., 1947-1970
  • Box 128
    County League Bulletins 1955
  • Box 128
    Equal Suffrage League Anniversary Banquet--Correspondence, Invitations, Memoranda,
    • Box 128
      Newspaper Clippings, Notes, Miscellaneous 1959
  • Box 128
    Fluoridation (Anti) Literature n.d., 1951-1955
  • Box 128
    General Assembly of Virginia--Reports and Speakers n.d., 1955, 1958, 1966
  • Box 128
    Gubernatorial Campaign Literature 1949
  • Box 128
    "In the Balance: Tax and Services in Our State" 1950
  • Box 128
    Labor, Department of--Women's Bureau--Memoranda, Publications n.d., 1951
  • Box 128
    Leaflets n.d.
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    Local Virginia Leagues--Miscellaneous 1964
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    National Council for a Permanent F.E.P.C. 1946
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    Newsletters-- Virginia League1953-1956
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    Newsletters-- Virginia Voter1957-1967
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    "Notes on the Status of Women in Virginia" [Review of Laws Concerning Women from 1920-1945] 1945
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    Political Brochures n.d.
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    "Poll Tax in Virginia" n.d.
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    Programs 1950-1951
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    Proposed Convention Rules and Current Agenda 194?
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    Radio Broadcast Script--Adèle Clark December 28, 1955
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    Senatorial Candidates Questionnaires n.d., 1946
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    Transcription of Record--Adèle Clark and Sally Cosebs 1964
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    Virginia Advisory Legislative Council n.d.
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      Governor [Recommendations from] 1946
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      Governor/Virginia General Assembly Reports 1949, 1953
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      Governor/Virginia General Assembly Reports 1958
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    Virginia Commission on Education 1959
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    Virginia, Commonwealth of
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      Board of Education 1947
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      Budget Analysis 1954-1958, 1960-1962
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      Health, Department of--Bulletins 19erence of Social Work 1946-1947
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    Virginia Congress of Parents and Teachers--State Legislation Program 1953
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    Virginia Public Schools--Legislative and Judicial Fact Sheet n.d.
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    Virginia Voting Laws Survey and Amendment Outline n.d.
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    Virginia Women's Council of Legislative Chairmen of State Organizations 1945-1959
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    Virginia World War II Memorial Commission 1953
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    Voter Registration and Guides n.d.
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    Subseries A: Adèle Clark Officer File (n.d., 1924-1932)
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      Board of Directors
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        Agenda, Memoranda, Minutes, Reports, Summaries 1924-1925, 1926, 1927-1928
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      Committee/General Council Notes [Includes Executive Committee] n.d., 1928
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      Congressmen Interview Reports 1925
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      Convention--Nominating Committee Correspondence--Detroit 1930, 1932
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      Convention Delegate Material
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        St. Louis April 1926
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        Louisville 1930
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        Detroit 1932
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      Executive Committee
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        Agenda, Memoranda, Minutes, Reports, Resolutions, Summaries 1925, 1926 (1 of 2), 1927-1928
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      Legislation and Law Enforcement Division
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        Organizations Associated for Ratification
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          Memoranda 1925
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          Reports 1925-1926
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      Midwest and Southern States Tour--Correspondence, Itineraries, Reports, Miscellaneous March - April 1928
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      National Field Service--Notes 1925-1927
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      New England States Tour October 1926
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      Reading Committee [Includes correspondence with Adèle Clark Committee members] 1926-1930
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      Second Vice President
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        Correspondence
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          March - June 1925
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          July - December 1925
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          1926
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          n.d., 1927-1929
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      Second Vice President
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        Report "Featuring Legislation"
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      Southwest States Tour September - December 1925
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      Special Committee on Interracial Problems--Correspondence, Memoranda, Miscellaneous 1924-1929
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      Special Committee on Plan of Work--Correspondence, Minutes, Reports and Resolutions [Including re-organization in 1922] 1922-1923
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      Third Region Director
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        Convention Board Meeting Material--Buffalo, New York April 1924
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        Convention Speech 1923
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        Correspondence 1923-1925
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        Regional Conference Notes November 11, 1924
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        Travel and Expense Accounts, Vouchers 1924-1926
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    Subseries B: Standing Committees\Departments File (n.d., 1919-1935)
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      Child Welfare
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        Committee/Department
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          Bulletins, Circulars and Miscellaneous 1921-1929
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          Bulletins, Circulars and Miscellaneous 1930-1933
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          Child Labor Amendment Ratification Kit 1924
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          Publications n.d., 1926-1928
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      Education, Committee on
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        Bulletins, Circulars, Reports [American Citizenship 1919-1922] Surveys, Miscellaneous 1919-1929, 1930-1933
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        Publications n.d., 1927-1928
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      Efficiency in Government, Department of
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        Bulletins, Circulars, Reports 1920-1929, 1930-1933
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        Publications (1 of 3) n.d., 1925-1926, 1933
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        Publications (2 of 3) n.d., 1923-1932
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        Publications (3 of 3) n.d., 1926-1928
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        Publications regarding Departments and Establishments of the Federal Government 1930
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      Finance, Department of n.d., 1924-1934
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      Get-Out-The-Vote Committee 1926
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      Government and Child Welfare, Department of 1933-1935
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      Government and Economic Welfare, Department of n.d., 1933-1934
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      Government and Education, Department of 1934
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      Government and International Cooperation, Department of n.d., 1933-1934
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      Government and the Legal Status of Women, Department of 1934
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      Government and Its Operation, Department of 1934
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      Immigration, Special Committee on--Bulletins, Publications, Miscellaneous 1923-1934
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      International Cooperation to Prevent War, Department of [Reduction of Armaments by International Agreements, Committee on 1921-1922]
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        Bulletins, Circulars, Miscellaneous 1921-1926, n.d., 1927-1933
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      International Cooperation to Prevent War, Department of
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        Newsletters 1929-1934
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        Publications n.d., 1928-1930
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        Publications n.d., 1929-1933
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        State Department Press Releases 1928
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      Inter-racial Problems, Committee on n.d., 1924-1927
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      Legal Status of Women, Committee on
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        Bulletins, Circulars, Reports, Miscellaneous 1926-1930, n.d., 1931-1934
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        Correspondence n.d., 1924-1927
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        Publications
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      Legal Status of Women, Committee on
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        "Survey of the Legal Status of Women in the Forty-Eight States" 1930
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      Living Costs, Committee on
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        Bulletins and Circulars [including Bulletin on Food Supply and Demand] 1919-1929, n.d., 1930-1934
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        Information Bulletins and Publications n.d., 1924-1931
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        Jurisms Committee [Jurisison?] 1929
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      Making Procedure, Committee on--Program 1931
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      Nominating Committee--Clark, Houston Correspondence 1924, 1930
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      Organization Department n.d., 1926
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      Program of Work Committee 1927
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      Prohibition Study Committee 1927
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      Radio, Committee n.d., 1928-1930
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      Simplification of Legislative Program, Committee on 1921
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      Simplification of the Program of Work, Committee 1927
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      Social Hygiene, Committee/Department
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        Bulletins, Circulars, Reports, Miscellaneous 1920-1933
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        Publications n.d., 1926-1932
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      Uniform Laws Concerning Women, Committee on n.d., 1924
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      Women in Industry, Committee on
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        Bulletins, Circulars, Newsletters, Surveys 1920-1930, 1931-1934
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        Publications n.d., 1923-1927
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        Unemployment Insurance Study Kits 1929-1932
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    Subseries C: Topical File (n.d., 1919-1947)
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      "Amending the Constitution of the United States" Roundtable Discussion 1926
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      Anniversary and Memorial Fund 1929-1930
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      Budgetary Material
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        Budget and Finance Plans 1924-1926
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        Budget Summaries 1925-1931
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        Campaign Goals 1923-1924
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        Finance Statements 1925-1928
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        Finance Field Day--A Demonstration 1929-1930
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        Finance Newsletters 1933
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        Individual Membership Dues Plan 1931
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        Miscellaneous 1946-1947
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        Quota List 1928
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        Regional Budgets 1925
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        Treasurer's Reports 1920-1921, 1925
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      Bulletins 1926-1930
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      Bulletins-- League News1930-1934, League Quarterly1936
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      By-Laws--Amendments n.d., 1924-1932
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      Circulars 1920-1921
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      Circulars 1922-1924; n.d., 1925-1946
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      Citizenship School Conference 1926
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      Citizenship School Programs 1925-1926
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      College League Material n.d., 1930-1933
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      Committee Questionnaires [blank] 1925-1930
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      Congressional Newsletter Legislative News1926-1930
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      Congressional Newsletters 1931-1934
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      Convention
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        Announcements, Miscellaneous n.d., 1925-1940
      • Box 141
        Briefs 1934
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        Brochures and Sites n.d., 1923
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        Bulletin 1928
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        Notes [Adèle Clark?] 1927 or 1928
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        Proceedings 1921-1922, 1923-1926; 1928, 1932; 1930
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        Programs 1921-1932
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      Convention
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        Resolutions n.d.
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        Speeches n.d., 1920-1930
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      Defense Kit 1927
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      Economic Emergency Conference 1932
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      Executive Secretary--Memoranda and Reports n.d., 1926-1931
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      Federal Legislation--Bulletins and Memoranda [ Legislative News] 1925-1926
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      Fundraising Instructions n.d.
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      General Council
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        Address 1927-1931
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        Banquets 1931-1932
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        Conference Organizing for Finance, Financing for Program 1929
      • Box 142
        "Finance Field Day" 1931
      • Box 142
        Meeting Agendas 1927-1933
      • Box 142
        Proceedings 1927, 1929
    • Box 142
      Get Out the VoteBooklets 1924, 1928
    • Box 142
      Handbills n.d., 1925-1927
    • Box 142
      Leaflets--regarding History, Principles, Policy of N.L.W.V. n.d., 1921-1924
    • Box 142
      League Bulletin Methods Study 1925
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      League Bulletin Questionnaires 1930
    • Box 142
      League Exchange1946
    • Box 142
      Local League Tool Kit 1929-1930
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      Memoranda 1945
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      Memoranda--Miscellaneous n.d., 1923
    • Box 143
      Mobilization for Human Needs Conference 1935
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      Muscle Shoals--House and Senate Resolution Reports 1928
    • Box 143
      Newsletters 1935-1937
    • Box 143
      New Voters News1926-1930
    • Box 143
      Officer Lists 1925-1936
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      Organizational History--includes 1920-1926 Development of a Plan of Work n.d., 1919
    • Box 143
      Organization Bulletins n.d.
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      Organization Conference 1927
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      Petition Instructions n.d.
    • Box 143
      Planks 1924-1932
    • Box 143
      Policy and Procedures Guideline for National Office 1925
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      Policy and Procedures Guideline for Treasure's Office 1925
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      Policy Sheets/Statements 1923-1925
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      Political Education Secretary--Memoranda 1926-1927
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      Press Secretary Memoranda and Reports 1920-1929
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      Press Releases 1920-1921, 1922-1924
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      Press Releases 1925-1927; 1928--Includes "Voter Service" Radio Program Address; 1929, 1930-1931, 1932-1946
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      Press Releases
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        Convention Reports--Chicago 1928
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        Convention Speeches
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          1925 [Richmond]
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          1926
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          April, 1928 [Chicago] (1 of 2)
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          April, 1928 [Chicago] (2 of 2)
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          1930 [Louisville]
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        "Voter's Service" Program Speeches April 1928
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      Programs of Work [Proposed] 1919-1936
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      Publications Lists 1925-1933
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      Radio Roundtable n.d.
    • Box 146
      Regional Conference Programs 1921, 1929
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      Regional Directors Meeting--Minutes 1925
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      Regional Newsletters 1926-1928
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      Regional Staff Conference--Minutes 1925
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      Sherwin, Miss Belle--Correspondence 1922, 1925, 1927, 1930
    • Box 146
      Speaker's Bureau--Memoranda 1925, 1928
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      Speaker's Bureau--Speaker's List 1922
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      Special Legislation Bulletins 1927
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      State League Finance Plans 1924-1925
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      State Leagues--Officer Lists n.d., 1921-1932
    • Box 146
      Third Region
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        Bulletins and Circulars n.d., 1921-1933
      • Box 146
        Conference Agenda and Minutes n.d., 1921, 1931
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        Reports and Expense Statements n.d.
      • Box 146
        Regional Secretary--Correspondence and Summary of Local Leagues 1924-1929
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Series VIII: League of Women Voters (n.d., 1946-1976)
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    Budget Summaries 1947-1948
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    Bulletins and Circulars n.d., 1946-1956
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    By-Laws 1946
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    Commemoration of L.M Valentine on the Fifty-Sixth Anniversary of the Nineteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution 1976
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    Correspondence [to Adèle Clark] 1948-1964
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    Fiftieth Anniversary Campaign 1968
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    Fiftieth Anniversary Convention 1970
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    Fiftieth Anniversary Correspondence 1969-1970
  • Box 146
    Handbills and Leaflets n.d.
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    Local Tax Study n.d.
  • Box 146
    Memo Booklets n.d.
  • Box 146
    Memoranda 1946-1947
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    National Committee on Atomic Information n.d.
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    News Articles 1969
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    Political Instructional Material 1953
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    Press Releases 1946-1947
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    United Nations Fact Sheets 1944, 1963
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    Publications
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      Action1946-1957
    • Box 147
      Brief for Action1946-1947
    • Box 147
      Forty Years of a Great Idea1959
    • Box 147
      History of the League Program1949
    • Box 147
      National Voter1951-1970
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      National Voter1971
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      Program1946
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      Trends in Government1946
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    Publications List 1947
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Series IX: Commission on Simplification of State and Local Government (n.d., 1921-1927)
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    Bank Correspondence October 20, 1923 - November 3, 1923
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    Chairman Reports [Julienn R. Gunn] n.d.
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    Circular 1923-1924
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    Civil Service Literature n.d.
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    Commission Member Assignments n.d.
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    Commission Member Reports n.d.
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    Correspondence
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      June 1921 - June 1923
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      July - August 1923
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      September - October 1923
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      November - December 1923
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      1924-1925, 1927
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    "Critical Analysis of State Administration Reorganization", by Adèle Clark n.d.
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    Digest of Statements and Summaries before Commission 1923
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    Expense Statements/Vouchers 1923-1924
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    Governor's Office--Memoranda 1921
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    Index of Files n.d.
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    Ledger n.d.
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    Legislative Material n.d.
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    Memoranda n.d., 1922
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    Minutes 1922-1923
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    Notes n.d.
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    Outline of General Report n.d.
  • Box 149
    Press Releases 1923
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    Publications List 1922
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    Record of Action of the Commission 1923
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    Report to General Assembly January 1924
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    Resolutions 1922
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    State Agency Data n.d.
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    State Employee Data n.d.
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    Statistician's Data and Report n.d.
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    U.S. Civil Service Examinations n.d.
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    Commission on Simplification of State Government Report Proofs (4 of 8)
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    Commission on the Simplification of State Government Reports (4 of 8)
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Series X: Liberal Arts College for Women Commission (n.d., 1918-1970)
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    Association of Virginia Colleges n.d., 1931
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    Bedford Site Data n.d., 1929
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    Balance/Expenditure Statements 1930-1931
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    Chairman/Secretary Correspondence
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      1929
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      January - September 1930
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      October - December 1930
    • Box 152
      Jan 1931
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    Chairman/Secretary Correspondence
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      February - March 1931
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      April - June 1931
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      n.d., July 1931 - 1933
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    College Buildings Scorecards and Survey 1931
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    Co-Ordinate College--Publications n.d., 1918, 1970
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    Co-Ordinate College League--Memoranda 1918
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    Danville Site Data 1930
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    Expenses of Operation Report n.d.
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    Fredricksburg Site Data n.d., 1929-1930
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    Harrisonburg Site Data n.d., 1931
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    Interview with Ms. Bessie Randolph August 8, 1930
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    Letters to the Editor n.d., 1931
  • Box 153
    Minutes 1929-1930
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    Minutes 1931
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    Monthly Financial Accounts 1929-1930
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    Newspaper clippings [photocopied] n.d.
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    Notes n.d.
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    Outline--"Liberal Arts College for Women" n.d.
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    Petersburg Site Data n.d., 1930-1931
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    Press Statements n.d.
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    Propositions List n.d.
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    Publications--miscellaneous 1924-1932
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    Questionnaires 1931
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    Reports--Drafts n.d.
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    Reports--Final 1928-1932
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    Research material n.d.
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    Resolutions n.d.
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    Roanoke Site Data 1931
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    Statements and Summaries before Committee n.d.
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    Transcript of Hearing before Committee 1929
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    Travel Expense Vouchers 1930-1931
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    Treasurer--Correspondence 1930-1932
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    Virginia, University of
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      Budget 1928-1929
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      Memoranda and Reports
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Series XI: National Reemployment Service (n.d., 1925-1938)
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    Automobile Insurance Policy 1935, 1938
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    Business Managers List n.d.
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    City/County Reemployment Committees--Memoranda, Notes, Reports n.d.
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    Civil Works Administration--Federal State Bulletins, Memoranda 1933-1934
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    Conference Minutes [Alexandria] December 28, 1933
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    District Managers Conference 1934
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    District Managers Memoranda n.d.
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    Employment Application and Data 1935
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    Employment Planning Committee n.d.
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      Correspondence 1934-1935
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      Minutes 1934
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    Field Supervisor
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      Correspondence 1933
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    Field Supervisor
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      Correspondence
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        January - April 1934
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        May - December 1934
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        1935-1936
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      Notes and Reference Material n.d.
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      Notes and Reference Material n.d.
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      Reports n.d., 1933-1934
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    Financial Memoranda n.d.
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    Guides/Handbooks for National Reemployment Offices 1935
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    Government Requests for Transportation n.d.
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    Highway Projects Data n.d., 1934
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    Interviewer's Guide n.d.
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    Labor, Department of--Memoranda n.d., 1933
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    Labor, Department of--State Labor Agencies List 1936
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    Labor Law Administration Surveys 1936-1937
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    Luray Conference 1933
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    National Recovery Administration [NRA] - Publications n.d., 1934
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    N.R.S. News1934-1936
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    Newspaper Clippings n.d., 1934
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    Payroll Data n.d.
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    Progress Report n.d.
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    Public Employment Bureau--Employment Bulletins 1925, 1931-1933
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    Reemployment Committee/District/Offices, Lists n.d., 1934
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    Regional Conference Report on Labor Legislation in Twelve Southern States 1935
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    Registration Cards n.d., 1935
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    Richmond, City of--Public Employment Bureau n.d., 1926
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    Social Security Act Data n.d.
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    State Advisory Council--Addresses, Memoranda, Reports, Statements 1934
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    State Reemployment Director--Correspondence, Memoranda 1933-1935
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    Statistical Supervisor--Memoranda 1934-1935
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    Travel Reimbursement/Vouchers 1933-1934
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    U.S. Employment Service--Publications n.d., 1933, 1936
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    Weekly Bulletins 1935-1936
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    Workers Lists 1933-1934
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Series XII: Lila Meade Valentine Memorial Association (n.d., 1921-1936)
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    Artist Data 1927
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    Biographical Sketches--Lila M. Valentine n.d., 1936
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    Bulletins and Circulars n.d., 1926
  • Box 159
    Contract Agreements 1931
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    Correspondence
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      Art Commission 1930-1931, 1936
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      Couper Marble Works 1931
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      Frismuth, Harriet [Sculptor] 1928-1936
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      Governor's Office 1929, 1936
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      Miscellaneous n.d., 1922, 1926-1936
    • Box 159
      Subscriptions 1927-1935
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    Financial Statements n.d., 1933-1936
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    General Assembly Resolutions n.d., 1926
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    Inscriptions 1931
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    Membership Lists n.d., 1926
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    Minutes 1921, 1926-1929
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    Contributor's File n.d.
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    Poem "One Who Sees the Dawn" by Adèle Clark n.d, 1925
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    Tablet Unveiling--Guest Lists, Invitations, Speeches October 20, 1936
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    Valentine Memorial Fund Contributors List n.d., 1927
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    Valentine Memorial Service July, 1921
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Series XIII: Religious Materials (n.d., 1893-1970)
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    Subseries A: Richmond Diocesan Council of Catholic Women (R.D.C.C.W) (n.d., 1948-1970)
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      Board of Directors
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        Agenda 1953-1970
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        Board News1965-1970
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        Conference Outline n.d.
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        Memoranda n.d., 1951-1969
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        Minutes 1950-1970
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      Budgetary Material 1965-1966
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      By-Laws and Constitution n.d.
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      Correspondence 1949-1956, n.d., 1957-1970
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      Legislative Committee
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        Bulletins 1956
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        Notes [Adèle Clark] n.d.
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        Plan of Studies and Programs of Legislation 1953-1954, 1965, 1967
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        Reports and Recommendations n.d., 1952, 1957
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      Social Action Committee n.d., 1948-1954
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      Committee Program Kit 1966
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      Committee Reports 1953-1955
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      Community Affairs Commission 1967-1968
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      International Affairs Commission 1969-1970
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      Convention Minutes 1950-1953
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      Convention Programs and Reports 1951-1967
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      Institute Evaluations n.d.
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      Officer Lists n.d., 1948-1956
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      President's Report 1958
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      Resolutions n.d., 1955
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      Richmond Deanery Council Newsletter 1970
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      Richmond Deanery Reports 1952-1955
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      Richmond Diocesan Counselor 1958
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      Supplemental Literature n.d., 1948-1961
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      Workshop Material n.d.
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    Subseries B: Literature (n.d., 1922-1970)
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      Catholic Missions1930-1934
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      Catholic Virginian1931-1948, 1955-1966
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      Catholic Worker1948,1957
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      Church Leaflets, Pamphlets, and Prayerbooks (1 of 3) n.d., 1921, 1937
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      Church Leaflets, Pamphlets, and Prayerbooks (2 of 3) n.d., 1925, 1932, 1945
    • Box 163
      Church Leaflets, Pamphlets, and Prayerbooks (3 of 3) n.d., 1921, 1925, 1944, 1957
    • Box 163
      Church Periodicals (1 of 2) n.d., 1913, 1922, 1938
    • Box 164
      Church Periodicals (2 of 2) n.d., 1922, 1928, 1932, 1964, 1970
    • Box 164
      Colored Harvest[St. Joseph's Society] 1930,1934
    • Box 164
      Commonweal1946-1947
    • Box 164
      Field Afar[Mary Knoll] 1934
    • Box 164
      Our Sunday Visitor1947
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    Subseries C: Organizational Correspondence (n.d., 1912-1970)
    • Box 164
      Adèle Clark
      • Box 164
        American Church Institute for Negroes n.d., 1941
      • Box 164
        Apostleship of Prayer 1946-1950
      • Box 164
        Beth Ahabah Sisterhood 1927
      • Box 164
        Broad Street Methodist Episcopal Church 1924
      • Box 164
        Catholic Committee of the South 1942-1943
      • Box 164
        Catholic Daughters of America 1946-1970
      • Box 164
        Catholic Theatre Guild 1944, 1950
      • Box 164
        Catholic Virginian1970
      • Box 164
        Catholic Woman's Club 1945-1968
      • Box 164
        Catholic Worker/St. Joseph's House 1948-1956
      • Box 164
        Central Bureau for Relief of the Evangelical Churches of Europe 1931
      • Box 164
        Charleston, Diocese of 1968
      • Box 164
        Church of Our Lady of Lourdes [Richmond] 1955
      • Box 164
        Crosier Fathers 1957
      • Box 164
        Daughters of the King 1916-1935
      • Box 165
        Edith Stein Guild Newsletter 1956-1966
      • Box 165
        Ellet--St. Catherine's Alumni Association 1933-1970
      • Box 165
        Emmanuel Church 1914-1941
      • Box 165
        Empress of America Apostolate, Inc. n.d.
      • Box 165
        Federal Council of the Churches of Christ of America 1930-1932
      • Box 165
        Forward Movement of the Episcopal Church 1933
      • Box 165
        Hebrew-Christian Publication Society, Inc. n.d.
      • Box 165
        Holy Shroud Guild 1953
      • Box 165
        International Federation of Catholic Alumnae n.d.
      • Box 165
        Liturgical Arts Society [Houston] 1932
      • Box 165
        National Cathedral Association 1929
      • Box 165
        National Catholic Welfare Conference (1 of 2) n.d.
      • Box 165
        National Catholic Welfare Conference (2 of 2) n.d.
      • Box 165
        National Conference of Christians and Jews 1954-1967
      • Box 165
        National Council of Catholic Women 1948-1966
      • Box 165
        National Council of Jewish Women 1946
      • Box 165
        Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament Church 1931
      • Box 165
        Richmond Catholic Interracial Council n.d.
      • Box 165
        Richmond Catholic Physician's Guild 1966
      • Box 165
        Richmond Council of Churches 1925
      • Box 165
        Richmond Diocese/Sacred Heart of the Cathedral 1946, 1951-1966
      • Box 165
        Richmond Zionist District 1934
      • Box 166
        Rosary Shrine n.d.
      • Box 166
        St. Bede Church [Williamsburg, VA] 1959
      • Box 166
        St. Paul's Art Classes 1948
      • Box 166
        St. Paul's Catholic Church 1943-1970
      • Box 166
        St. Paul's Episcopal Church 1938
      • Box 166
        St. Peter's Catholic Church 1959
      • Box 166
        St. Thomas Church [Ginter Park] 1913
      • Box 166
        St. Thomas Woman's Auxiliary 1930
      • Box 166
        Society of the Little Factor n.d.
      • Box 166
        Union Theological Seminary 1950,1965
      • Box 166
        Virginia Council of Churches, Inc. 1945
      • Box 166
        Women's Christian Temperance Union 1920
      • Box 166
        Zionist Organization of America 1947
    • Box 166
      Nora Houston
      • Box 166
        Catholic Near East Welfare Association 1927
      • Box 166
        Catholic University of America 1931-1953
      • Box 166
        Catholic Women's Club 1930-1935
      • Box 166
        Holy Cross Foreign Mission Society n.d.
      • Box 166
        McGill Catholic Union 1915
      • Box 166
        National Council of Catholic Women 1920-1934
      • Box 166
        National Woman's Christian Temperance Union n.d., 1928
      • Box 166
        Propagation of the Faith 1927-1930
      • Box 166
        Richmond Council of Church Women 1931-1932
      • Box 166
        Sacred Heart of the Cathedral n.d., 1927-1935
      • Box 166
        St. Anthony Shrine at Graymoor 1930
      • Box 166
        St. Joan's Social and Political Alliance 1927-1934
      • Box 166
        St. Joseph's Church [Richmond] n.d.
      • Box 166
        St. Joseph's Mission House 1912
      • Box 166
        St. Joseph's Orphanage 1924
      • Box 166
        St. Joseph's Villa 1933-1936
      • Box 166
        St. Vincent's Catholic Church [Berkeley Springs, WV] 1933
      • Box 166
        Virginia Church Conference on Race Relations 1930
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    Subseries D: Topical File (n.d., 1893-1970)
    • Box 166
      Abortion Letter [Adèle Clark] 1970
    • Box 166
      Baptism/Confirmation Certificates 1893, 1894, 1898
    • Box 166
      Dedication/Memorial Services 1955
    • Box 166
      Essay
      • Box 166
        Campbell, T. Bowyer "Device for the Alteration of Religion" 1956
      • Box 166
        [Author(s) Unknown] n.d.
    • Box 166
      League of the Sacred Heart--Recording Secretary's Notebook [Alice Dooley] 1896
    • Box 166
      Novenas/Prayers/Sermons n.d.
    • Box 166
      Play--"Mystery of the King's Birth" by Adair Archer 1916
    • Box 166
      Sister Mary Rosa Correspondence 1927
    • Box 166
      Stories About the Catholic Church [Nora Houston] n.d.
    • Box 166
      Sunday School Questionnaire n.d.
    • Box 166
      Sunday School Training Manual [Edith Clark Cowles] 1916
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Series XIV: Art (n.d., 1850-1971)
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    Subseries A: Art Club of Richmond (n.d., 1895-1919)
    • Box 167
      Academy Committee--Memoranda, Minutes, Notes, Reports #1
    • Box 167
      Academy Committee--Memoranda, Minutes, Notes, Reports #2
    • Box 167
      Academy/Liberty--Loan Garden Fete Committee 1917
    • Box 167
      American Federation of the Arts, Bulletins, Memoranda, Reports, Miscellaneous n.d.
    • Box 167
      Board of Directors/President--Memoranda, Minutes n.d.,1917
    • Box 167
      Circulars n.d.
    • Box 167
      Constitution/By-laws 1904
    • Box 167
      Correspondence
      • Box 167
        Drafts and Notes [Nora Houston] (1 of 2) n.d.
    • Box 168
      Correspondence
      • Box 168
        Drafts and Notes [Nora Houston] (2 of 2) n.d.
      • Box 168
        General 1910-1914, 1915-1916, 1917, 1918-1919
    • Box 168
      Endowment Committee--Correspondence, Memoranda, Notes and Reports 1910-1911
    • Box 168
      Exhibit Data n.d.
    • Box 168
      Financial History/Memoranda/Statements 1895-1917
    • Box 168
      Handbills n.d.
    • Box 168
      Invitations n.d.
    • Box 168
      Liberty Bonds Subscription Cards n.d.
    • Box 168
      Membership Committee Report 1916
    • Box 168
      Membership Lists n.d.
    • Box 168
      Membership Lists, Notes
    • Box 169
      Newspaper Clippings 1914
    • Box 169
      Notes/Organizational Data (1 of 2) n.d.
    • Box 169
      Notes/Organizational Data (1 of 2) n.d.
    • Box 169
      Officer List 1914-1916
    • Box 169
      Pamphlet 1914
    • Box 169
      Resolutions n.d.
    • Box 169
      Salary Agreements [Nora Houston] 1910-1915
    • Box 169
      School Prospectuses 1911-1915
    • Box 169
      Sketchbook--Lucy R. Mason n.d.
    • Box 169
      Sketchbooks--Elizabeth Wood Morris 1911
    • Box 169
      Treasurer's Report 1914
    • Box 169
      Virginia Painters/Sculptors List
    • Box 169
      "Year in Richmond" Calendar account, Correspondence, Memoranda, Notes 1912-1913
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    Subseries B: Atelier (n.d., 1918-1937)

    [merged with the restored Academy in the spring of 1930]

    • Box 169
      Art Data/Lists n.d.
    • Box 169
      Budgetary Material 1918-1922
    • Box 170
      Correspondence
      • Box 170
        Art Studio Construction 1928-1930
      • Box 170
        General 1918-1919; 1920-1921; 1922-1925; 1927-1937
      • Box 170
        Handicrafts and Occupational Therapy 1918-1920
      • Box 170
        Japan Paper Company 1929, 1931
      • Box 170
        Ruffin and Sloan 1918-1924
    • Box 170
      Filing Data/Memos
    • Box 170
      Japan Paper Company--Sample Material
    • Box 170
      Leaflets n.d., 1921-1922
    • Box 171
      "Plea for Art"--paper by Theresa Pollak 192?
    • Box 171
      Ruffin and Sloan--Lease Agreements 1924
    • Box 171
      Student Data n.d., 1919-1921
    • Box 171
      Study Scholarships Memoranda 1919-1920
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    Subseries C: Virginia League of Fine Arts and Handicrafts (n.d., 1919-1934)

    [grew out of the Atelier and later merged with the Academy]

    • Box 171
      American Federation of Arts--Brochures,Programs,Reports and Surveys n.d., 1925
    • Box 171
      Art Extension Lists 1927-1931
    • Box 171
      Awards n.d.
    • Box 171
      Constitution and By-Laws n.d.
    • Box 171
      Correspondence 1919-1923; 1924-1925; n.d., 1926-1931