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Series 4: Additions, 1915-1932 (continued)
1994 Addition, 1915-1932 (continued)
Ryan, Henry J., 1921 (continued)
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Tippy, William, 1921
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Turgeon, Newton E., 1925
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Waldo, Richard H., 1931
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BOX 4:289 Appointment books
1923
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1924
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1925
Volume I
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Volume II
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BOX 4:290 1926
Volume I
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Volume II
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1927
Volume I
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BOX 4:291 Volume II
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1928
Volume I
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Volume II
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BOX 4:292 1929
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BOX 4:293 Telegrams received, copy books
1923, Aug. 15
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1925, Dec. 24-28 Sept. 1926
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1926, Sept. 29-24 June 1927
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BOX 4:294 1927, June 28-14 Apr. 1928
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1928, Apr. 16-11 Apr. 1929
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BOX 4:294 2022 Addition, 1920-1926
The 2022 Addition includes correspondence concerning Calvin Coolidge's authorship of a three-article series published in the Delineator, an American women's magazine, from June to August, 1921. Correspondents include Marie Mattingly Meloney, the editor of the Delineator, William Brown Meloney, her husband, and Edward Tracy Clark, Coolidge's secretary. There is also correspondence between Marie Meloney and Vassar College faculty member Burges Johnson, in which Johnson questions Coolidge's authorship of the articles and the validity of the sources cited by the author. The addition also includes handwritten drafts of each article, which discuss the threat of domestic radicalism in the United States and communist influence in American women's colleges. Research material includes lists of quotations from women's college publications. There are also two contemporary reviews of the articles and a signed photograph of Coolidge.
Material types include correspondence, telegrams, handwritten drafts, notes, printed matter, clippings, and a photograph.
Arranged by type of material and therein alphabetically.
BOX 4:294 Correspondence
BOX 4:294 About authorship of Delineator articles, 1920-1926, undated
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BOX 4:294 Broening, William F., 1922
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BOX 4:294 Delineator articles
BOX 4:294 Draft article 1, "Enemies of the Republic: Are the 'Reds' Stalking Our College Women?," vol. 98, no. 5, 1921, June
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BOX 4:294 Draft article 2, "Enemies of the Republic: Trotzky [sic] Versus Washington," vol. 98, no. 6, 1921, July
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BOX 4:294 Draft article 3, "Enemies of the Republic: They Must Be Resisted," vol. 99, no. 1, 1921, Aug.
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BOX 4:294 Research material and reviews, 1921-1922, undated
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BOX 4:294 Miscellany
BOX 4:294 Photograph, inscribed to William Brown Meloney IV, 1920
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