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Genealogical records.

Detailed family relationships are outlined in genealogical documents prepared by Gordon Wagner.

Wagner Hailer family

Genealogy

Series consists of genealogical materials on the Hagey family. Includes a biography of Menno Hagey and a genealogical chart.

Hagey, Joseph Gerald

General Files

Series consists of material relating to the life and activities of A.R. Kaufman. Includes speech texts and travel reminiscences written by him, biographical information in the form of clippings and correspondence, as well as information relating to the Dorothea Palmer Birth Control trial.

Parents' Information Bureau

George Cluthé Files

Series consists of material relating to the management of the George Cluthé Foundation. The George Cluthé Foundation, currently a fund managed by KWCF, was founded Oct. 8, 1974 by George Joseph Cluthé. Includes records pertaining to the incorporation of the Foundation and its charitable status, the Foundation's seal, by-laws, lists of directors, lists of members, accounts, minutes, correspondence, donation requests, tax records, bank statements, and receipts.

Kitchener and Waterloo Community Foundation

George Davidson and Margaret Garden Family

Records documenting the family of George Davidson and his wife Margaret Garden, their daughters Margaret Kempt and Elizabeth Roos, and Elizabeth Roos' daughter Florence (the future wife of Harvey Sims.) Although there are very few letters from George extant, they are enough to show his genial and good-natured love of family, his keen and self-deprecating sense of humour, and his stoic acceptance of circumstances beyond his control. He had an unspecified affliction that require him to walk with canes; and two letters from New York City in 1880 describe in vivid detail the treatments he is receiving, most likely some form of electro-magnetic therapy.
Records making up the series include correspondence from George to his wife Margaret, letters written to Margaret by her daughter Maggie Kempt in Glasgow, letters from family in Scotland and friends in Canada, correspondence from Margaret to her granddaughter Florence, ephemera, and printed music. Some of the correspondence concerns Davidson and Sims genealogy.

Sims family

Gill, Eric and Family

Series consists of materials created or accumulated by Eric Gill and members of his family. Includes one item of correspondence and two Christmas cards.

Gill, Eric

Glen Lawrence School

Series consists of materials created and accumulated by G. Elmore Reaman relating to the Glen Lawrence School which he helped found. Includes clippings, yearbooks, correspondence, photographs, and artifacts.

Reaman, George Elmore

Golden Cockerel Press

Series consists of materials printed by, or about, the Golden Cockerel Press. Includes prospecti, specimin pages, and ephemera.

Gill, Eric

Grand River Conservation Commission

Series consists of records accumulated and used by Marcel Pequegnat in his role as vice-chairman of the Grand River Conservation Commission. Records pertain to the administration and activities of the Commission. Includes correspondence (including carbon copies) and minutes of regular, annual, and executive committee meetings.

Pequegnat, Marcel

Grants

Series consists of material relating to grant applications made by Rienzi Crusz. Includes photocopies and forms.

Crusz, Rienzi

Graphic Material

Series consists of framed and unframed graphic material owned by Dendy, including engravings and etchings, original artwork, posters, photographs, and illustrations cut out of Harper's Weekly and The Illustrated London News. These items reflect Dendy's interests in architectural history, but also in art, opera, theatre, and literature.

This series includes single original paintings by A.Y. Jackson and Nicholas Hornyansky; an original colour cartoon by E.W.Kemble; hand-coloured photographs by H. Marshall Gardiner and W. R. MacAskill; engraved work by A. Sterner.

Dendy, William

Hague and Gill

Series consists of materials printed by, or about, the Hague and Gill Press. Includes prospecti, specimin pages, and ephemera.

Gill, Eric

Harold A. Innis

Series consists of Anne Innis Dagg's files about her father, Harold Adams Innis. Includes typescripts of his autobiography and diaries, correspondence, information about royalties, biographial and critical material about Harold A. Innis, including papers written by Anne Innis Dagg.

Dagg, Anne Innis

Harvey J. Sims : Chicopee

Records relating to the Harvey J. Sims' development of Chicopee, a 45-acre estate near Kitchener, Ont., where he built a home designed by Forsey Page and Steele, Architects, and designed and landscaped the grounds with the help of Carl Borgstrom of Carl Borgstrom and H.M.S. Carver, Landscape Architects. He was instrumental in the reforestation of the contiguous properties in Chicopee Hills, and in only a few years planted on his property more than 700 varieties of trees and shrubs.
Includes correspondence to and from architects, landscape planners, nurseries, and government agencies concerning the development of Harvey's house and grounds, also the reforestation of the surrounding area, dated 1927 to 1941. The correspondence files described in this series are together as found. Harvey's Personal Business Files in Series 8 contain a great deal of supplementary material in the way of correspondence, invoices, lists, time sheets, etc., with seed houses, nurseries, companies, and individuals supplying material and furnishings for the home and grounds, from water heaters and wiring to billiard table lights.
Harvey was particularly interested in collecting as many native species of trees and shrubs as would grow in this climate and his collecting activities are documented by correspondence with arboreta, university horticulture departments, government nurseries, and government officials and employees who were at that time developing botanical garden plans in Hamilton and Niagara.

Sims family

Harvey J. Sims : Library

Records relating to Harvey J. Sims' development of a library of books at his Chicopee home, in which he was aided by Adam Strohm, Librarian at the Detroit Public Library and Charles R. Sanderson, Chief Librarian of the Toronto Public Library. Harvey turned his planned billiard room into a library instead and set about filling it with books. Although this series contains only two files, it represents a significant activity in Harvey's life.

Sims family

Harvey J. Sims : personal business.

Files created and maintained by Harvey J. Sims in the course of daily household business relating to household expenses, personal expenses, and expenses incurred in planning and maintaining his property at Chicopee. These files were also used by Harvey for his personal interests and activities, such as clubs, memberships, investments, and circular letters. They contain correspondence, invoices, receipts, ephemera, and hand-written notes. Many invoices from nurseries or seed suppliers present here relate to those in series 6.

Sims family

Harvey J. Sims: correspondence with William Lyon Mackenzie King

Ninety pieces of correspondence, of which 73 are letters to Harvey J. and/or Florence Sims. Another letter is in Series 11, sending regrets for the invitation to the wedding of Kenneth Sims and Mabel Alguire Cameron.
William Lyon Mackenzie King, Prime Minister of Canada, was a boyhood friend of Harvey J. Sims, and consistently addresses him as "Peter" in his letters. The letters in this series range from Christmas greetings to political, literary and spiritual topics.
Letters in this series are both handwritten and typewritten. Letters from Mackenzie King to Florence Sims are usually handwritten.

Sims family

Harvey James Sims and Florence Katherine Roos Family

Records documenting the family life of Harvey J. Sims and his wife Florence Katherine Roos, who married October 29, 1902. Correspondence to Florence is sparse but includes three letters from her old friend Isabel Grace Christina "Bella" King, sister of William Lyon Mackenzie King. Florence had a literary bent and some of her writing is present in the collection, including her biography of Sheriff George Davidson.
A quantity of letters from Peter H. Sims to his son Harvey are present from 1888 (when Harvey was 17) to 1912. Peter gives opinions, advice, and instruction on every aspect of Harvey's life. He attempts to guide Harvey through the narrow path to success in the legal profession, counselling frugality, moral rectitude, and duty to family above all. He even gives Harvey step-by-step instructions on cleaning and painting his basement to make it healthy.
Correspondence from Harvey's mother Jemima is not as sympathetic. In 1898, on hearing a report that Harvey had been struck by a ball, she advises him strongly to give up football as "beneath the dignity of a practising barrister." Harvey never took this advice as he had a strong interest in many sports and made his mark in all of them: football, curling, and lawn bowling.
Also present in this series is correspondence from his sister Rella and her family, legal agreements, ephemera, football ephemera, lawn bowling scrapbook and trip ephemera.

Sims family

Historical

Series consists of materials documenting the history of Dare Foods Ltd. Includes meeting minutes, clippings, advertising, logos, ephemera and more. Also includes materials documenting the Dare strike of 1972,

Dare Foods Limited

Historical Materials

File consists of materials accumulated by Gordon Good relating to local and national history. Includes one map, one programme, two magazines and one World War Two brochure.

Good, Gordon

Historical Records.

Series consists of historical records accumulated by the Hobson family relating to the history of Kitchener-Waterloo. Includes newspaper clippings and sections, special publications and prints.

Hobson Family

Historical and Topical

Series consists of material collected by Kenneth G. Murray and the Our millennium scrapbook. Includes an agenda, correspondence, notes, brochures, booklets, photographs, newspaper clippings, invitations, announcements, reports and "Our millennium" gift registry.

Kitchener and Waterloo Community Foundation

Historical, Topical Files: News Clippings.

This series includes news clippings from The Globe and Mail, from the Kitchener-Waterloo Record, and from The Waterloo Chronicle. These clippings relate to educational issues. Some of them are relevant to educational matters at a national level e.g some articles report on the educational system in Canada, while anoher article focuses on the likely impact of computers for schools in Canada. Other clippings report on educational issues at a provincial level e.g. Ontario teachers' actions to oppose the anti-strike legislation in 1973. Moreover, some clippings relate to the activities of the Federation of Women Teachers' Associations of Ontario. Finally, this series contains news clippings which relate to educational affairs in Waterloo County including the activities of the Waterloo County Board of Education, and the Waterloo County Women Teachers' Association.

Johnston, Mary

History Files

Series consists of files created and maintained by the K-W YWCA that attempt to record the history of the organization in various ways. Includes chronologies, clippings, essays, and materials created and accumulated for anniversaries.

Young Women's Christian Association of Kitchener-Waterloo

History Working Files

Series consists of material created, collected and accumulated for the purpose of researching and writing the history of the COAA. Most files were probably kept or acquired by Oreen Campbell, who was responsible for writing the history of the association during the 1980s. Includes files containing items removed from elsewhere in the fonds for the purpose of gathering key documents for the association's history and especially those containing information about important decisions and developments. Series includes correspondence, typed histories (including draft versions), flyers, announcements, membership lists, newsletters, exhibition catalogues, reports, minutes, lectures, articles, clippings, photographs, the association constitution and procedures manual, and other material.

Central Ontario Art Association

History of Education in Waterloo

Materials collected by Mary Johnston documenting the history of education both in the Waterloo Region and broadly in Ontario. Includes school registers, minute books, historical notebooks kept by students, etc.

Johnston, Mary

Hush Puppies Brand

Series consists of records relating to the Hush Puppies brand of footwear and international meetings of Hush Puppies licencees. Includes newsletters; conference presentations; and correspondence, press clippings, and other material relating to the organization and publicity of the 1974 Hush Puppies World Conference, part of which was hosted by Greb Industries Limited in Kitchener.

Greb Industries Limited

Incorporation

Series consists of records relating to the incorporation of Dominion Electrohome Industries Limited and its predecessors, the Phonola Company of Canada, Pollock-Welker Limited, and the Grimes Radio Corporation Limited; as well as the incorporation of Pollock Enterprises Limited. Series also includes records relating to the administration of Grimes Radio Corporation from 1925 to 1939 and Pollock Enterprises from 1947 to 1959. Includes share certificates, letters patent, by-laws, board of directors' meeting minutes, registers of shareholders and directors, and stock subscription applications.

Electrohome

Incorporation

Series consists of material relating to the incorporation and organization of the Kitchener and Waterloo Community Foundation. Includes originals and photocopies of bills, by-laws and an Order in the Supreme Court of Ontario.

Kitchener and Waterloo Community Foundation

Incorporation : Acts and Bills

Series consists of records relating to the incorporation and organization of the Grand River Conservation Authority and its predecessors, the Grand River Conservation Commission and the Grand Valley Conservation Authority. Includes originals and photocopies of acts, bills, and letters patent.

Grand River Conservation Authority

Incorporation and Board of Directors

Series consists of records relating to the incorporation and administration of the Greb Shoe Company Limited. Includes letters patent; by-laws; minutes of meetings of the board of directors from the date of incorporation on June 9, 1916, to October 30, 1930; and agreements.

Greb Industries Limited

Incorporation and Legal Documents

Series consists of material relating to the incorporation of Dare Foods Limited, changes to the corporate name over the company's history, and other aspects of the company's legal existence. Includes letters patent, supplementary letters patent, by-laws, agreements, an insurance appraisal, and other legal documents.

Dare Foods Limited

Incredible Jumbo

Series consists of materials created and accumulated by Barbara Smucker relating to her work "Incredible Jumbo." Includes tss., research notes, and reviews.

Smucker, Barbara

Interests and Activities.

Series consists of materials created and accumulated by Robert Dorney relating to his interests and activities that were not part of his teaching career or work with Ecoplans Ltd.

Dorney, Robert

Interviews

Series is comprised of the transcripts of twenty one oral history interviews with men and women who worked for, or were associated with, Dominion Woollens and Worsteds Ltd. during WWII and the post-war years. This includes interviews with women brought in to work in the mill from Newfoundland and Northern Ontario as well as local women and men. Interviews were conducted by Kenneth McLaughlin and three graduate students. All names given in the interviews are pseudonyms.

Note that one transcript from the interview with Agnes Cook is included in Appendix 4 (series 4, file 30).

Dominion Woollens and Worsteds Ltd.

Interviews.

Series consists of cassette tapes of interviews conducted with Jerzy Pandera. The interviews were done by Aneta Magolon as part of her Honours BA in History. The interviews are primarily concerned with Pindera's early life and life during the Holocaust, but also discuss his founding of the German exchange program at the University of Waterloo.

Pindera, Jerzy Tadeusz

Jacksonia

Series consists of materials relating to A.Y. Jackson and his connection to the Clement-Bowlby family. Includes clippings, photocopies of correspondence between A.Y. and Florence Grace Clement, authentication information for a painting, genealogy notes, and notes on Jackson and the Group of Seven. Also includes an article on A.Y. Jackson from the September 1945 edition of Mayfair Magazine.

Clement Bowlby Family

Jacob's Little Giant

Series consists of materials created and accumulated by Barbara Smucker relating to her work "Jacob's Little Giant." Includes tss., research notes, and reviews.

Smucker, Barbara

James Downey's Memorabilia

Series is comprised of memorabilia created and accumulated by James Downey. Includes two books of notes given to Downey by colleagues.

Downey, James, 1939-

James Downey's Memorabilia.

Series consists of files relating to the activities and interests of James Downey from 1979 to 1996, most relating to New Brunswick. Includes clippings, biographical material about him, reports, and published contributions by him. Includes as well material relating to his teaching and students.

Downey, James, 1939-

James Downey's Papers and Articles from Carleton University Years

Series consists of files relating to the activities and interests of James Downey during his years at Carleton University. Includes clippings biographical material about him, reports, and published contributions by him. Includes as well material relating to his teaching and students.

Downey, James, 1939-

John Alexander and Jessie Martin Family

Material relating to John Alexander and Jessie Martin as well as their descendants and ancestors. Includes ephemera, ms. notes, souvenirs, a ts. history and a ts. biography, and other material. Includes records relating to the wedding of John and Jessie, and the career, community service, and funeral of John. Most of the material was probably collected and kept by Jessie Martin.

Martin, John Gartshore

Joseph E. Seagram

Series consists of originals and photocopies of correspondence, invoices, partnership agreements re the business interests of Joseph Emm Seagram, George Randall and William Roos from 1869-1899.

Joseph E. Seagram and Sons, Ltd.

Joseph E. Seagram and Sons, Ltd.: Ephemera

Series consists of ephemera including advertisements, business cards, calendars, labels, signs, stationery, trade cards, etc. which illustrate some aspect of Seagram history.

Joseph E. Seagram and Sons, Ltd.

Joseph E. Seagram and Sons, Ltd.: Incorporation and Ownership.

Series consists of originals and photocopies of documents which help delineate the history of ownership and incorporation of the company, particularly its beginning, its incorporation in 1911, and its change of ownership in 1928. Included here are abstracts of title from the Registry Offfice for transactions from the 1850's to the 1920's, agreements, by-laws, letters patent and, stock certificates.

Joseph E. Seagram and Sons, Ltd.

Joseph E. Seagram and Sons, Ltd.: Operations: General

Series consists of originals and photocopies of several items which relate to Seagram Co. operations at a level beyond the Waterloo plant. Included is a weekly time book from the Amhersburg plant dated 1928, plot plans and organization charts from several other distilleries owned by the company.

Joseph E. Seagram and Sons, Ltd.

Joseph E. Seagram and Sons, Ltd.: Operations: Waterloo Plant

Series consists of originals and photocopies, mostly "dept. files," detailing various operations in the Waterloo plant relating primarily to the production of alcohol. Includes applications, correspondence, declarations, ephemera, legal instruments, licenses, newsletters, permits, and photographs which document commercial feed stuffs registration from 1928-1953, distilling licenses, information about exports from the plant between 1887 to 1959, imports for re-distillation 1897-1942, label approval and registration doumentation from 1927-1941, also product evidence files all dating from ca. 1960, possibly used in a legal case, documenting the brands produced and exported in the early years of the twentierth century, accompanied by declarations by former employees.

Joseph E. Seagram and Sons, Ltd.

Joseph E. Seagram and Sons, Ltd.: Photographs

Series consists of photographs, negatives, slides, transparencies and other images relating to the distillery, its employees, its history, and also to the local area. File titles are for the most part as assigned by the Seagram Museum.

Joseph E. Seagram and Sons, Ltd.

Joseph E. Seagram and Sons, Ltd.: Site Records: Waterloo Plant

Series consists of correspondence, site plans and reports, all relating in some way to the physical site of the plant. Included are fire insurance reports and other documents which concern Laurel Creek, a wartime construction application , site plans ranging from a negative of an 1855 plan of Waterloo to photographic reproductions of 1940's fire insurance plans to 1980's site plans.

Joseph E. Seagram and Sons, Ltd.

Joseph E. Seagram and Sons, Ltd.: Topical

This series consists of originals and photocopies of correspondence, clippings, ephemera, essays, newspapers, photographs, etc. relating to all aspects of the history of the Seagram Company and distilling in general, to other business interests such as CanBar and Hopewell Farms, to the history of the plant site itself and the place of Seagram's in the larger context of Waterloo and the industrial history of the area from the 1850's to the plant's closing in 1990.

Joseph E. Seagram and Sons, Ltd.

Juvenalia.

Contents: series consists of materials relating to the childhood and education of Anne Innis Dagg. Includes materials from her time in the Toronto Public School system, at Bishop Strachan School and at the University of Toronto.

Dagg, Anne Innis

Juvenilia

Series consists of materials created or accumulated by Bernard Suits when he was a student in both public school and at university. Includes student work, class notes, term papers, one bound manuscript with manuscript notes and a year book.

Suits, Bernard

K-W Record History

Series consists of materials created and accumulated by the Kitchener-Waterloo Record and the various newspaper and companies that make up the history of its operations. Contains materials relating to the history of the Record. Includes biographical information on the Motz family, clippings, type books, ephemera, etc.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record

Kaufman Family

Series is comprised of materials created by members of the Kaufman family relating to their personal interests. Includes genealogy, clippings, ephemera, blueprints and three scrapbooks relating to birth control in Canada.

Kaufman Family

Kaufman Rubber Company

Series consists of materials created by Kaufman Rubber and Kaufman Footwear. Includes primarily sales catalogues for Kaufman Footwear as well as ephemera, a history of the rubber business and a poster for Kaufman Lofts, which are in the old Kaufman Rubber building.

Kaufman Family

Kaufman, A.R. : Biographical

Series consists of biographical information about A.R. Kaufman. Includes clippings, articles, interviews and obituaries. Arranged in alphabetical order.

Kaufman, A. R. (Alvin Ratz)

Kaufman, A.R. : Personal Files

Series consists of fragmentary files maintained by A.R Kaufman relating to his personal life and interests. Includes an address book, correspondence, records of awards and honours received, and a report written by him as outgoing president of the YMCA ca. 1921 summarizing two years of re-organization. Arranged alphabetically.

Kaufman, A. R. (Alvin Ratz)

Kaufman, A.R. : Photographs

Series consists of photographs, including two studio portraits of A.R. Kaufman and one of a building named in his honour.

Kaufman, A. R. (Alvin Ratz)

Kaufman, A.R. : Scrapbooks : Birth Control

Includes Mr. Kaufman's personal scrapbooks he maintained relating to birth control in general, to the Parents' Information Bureau, and to the trial of Dorothea Palmer. Also includes two scrapbooks relating to the Toronto Birth Control Clinic.

Kaufman, A. R. (Alvin Ratz)

Kaufman, A.R. : Trips

Series consists of autobiographical accounts by A.R. Kaufman of trips taken to England and France in 1929, around the world in 1958, and to Russia in 1963. A.R.K.'s trip accounts contain many personal observations on the economy, architecture, living conditions and way of life in the countries visited.

Kaufman, A. R. (Alvin Ratz)

Kaufman, Jacob and Mary

Series consists of material relating to Jacob and Mary Kaufman of Kitchener Ontario, belonging to their son, A.R. Kaufman. Includes clippings, estate correspondence and other papers, obituaries and one portrait of Jacob Kaufman.

Kaufman, A. R. (Alvin Ratz)

Kenneth J. Sims

Small amount of material relating to the life and activities of Kenneth Sims, son of Harvey J. and Florence Sims. He married Mabel Alguire Cameron on June 28, 1930.
Includes a regrets letter from William Lyon Mackenzie King.

Sims family

King Family : photographs

Series consists of photographs of William Lyon Mackenzie King, his family and friends. Includes formal and informal portraits as well as snapshots taken in Toronto, Ottawa, Denver and Kingsmere.
Arranged in chronological order.

Kitchener-Waterloo Hospital

Series consists of W.H. Kaufman's files relating to his volunteer committee work with the Kitchener-Waterloo Hospital. Includes correspondence, minutes, notes, proposals, reports, etc.

Kaufman, William Hutton

Kitchener-Waterloo and Area History: Slides

Series consists of slides showing the history of the Kitchener-Waterloo area. Slides have been sorted into basic subjects of: Automotive Retailers; Churches; Education; Entertainment; Financial/Insurance; Highways/Roads; Housing; Industry; Miscellaneous; Oktoberfest; Public Buildings; Restaurants;
*Retailers.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record

Labour Relations

Series consists of material relating to labour strikes at Dare Foods Limited plants in Surrey, British Columbia, and Kitchener, Ontario. Includes newspaper clippings, correspondence and memoranda, notices and press releases, photographs, reports, pamphlets, etc.

Dare Foods Limited

Lapsley family

Series consists of biographical information and photographs relating to Ethel Lapsley Schneider and the Lapsley family.

Schneider, J.M. family

Leaflets

Series documents anti-war and anti-fascist sentiments during the early 1930s. Includes various leaflets of poems and songs on peace by William E. Dyer, a Toronto-based poet. Other leaflets relate to the 1934 Ontario provincial election and promotion for the Socialist Party of Canada in the Waterloo North constituency There is also a membership advertisement for the “American League against War and Fascism”, based in New York, and a Pax International issue from 1934 about the persecution of pacifists and promotion of peace.

Leaflets

Series is comprised of leaflets accumulated by members of the Smith-Shortt family that relate to a variety of subjects.

Shortt, Elizabeth Smith

Legal Documents

Series consists of documents of a legal and incorporative nature essential to the operation of the Muskoka Lakes Association as a legal entity. Includes the Association's constitution, letters patent, by-laws, and correspondence.

Muskoka Lakes Association

Legal Documents

Series consists of legal documents created and accumulated by the Kitchener-Waterloo Record relating to mortgages, land and building ownership, taxes, stocks, etc. Includes indentures, correspondence, tax forms, etc.

Kitchener-Waterloo Record

Liberation and repatriation.

Material created or accumulated by Cameron Hill during the Second World War after he was liberated by the British Second Army, near the town of Kittlitz in Germany and eventually repatriated back to Canada. Includes a compass, embarkation and identification cards, receipts, and other related material.

Hill, Cameron Clare

Local History

Series consists of two issues of the Kitchener-Waterloo Record, commemorating Canada's centennial and Kitchener's 125th anniversary.

Pequegnat, Marcel

Local and General History

Series consists of newspaper clippings and other material relating to significant events in Kitchener as well as internationally. Includes clippings relating to the election of Charles Greb Sr. for mayor of Kitchener, World War II, and other subjects.

Greb, Charles E. family

Locomotion

Series consists of material relating to Anne Innis Dagg's research on locomotion. Includes correspondence, ms. and ts. notes.

Dagg, Anne Innis

MLA Office Correspondence and Administration Files

Series consists of records primarily to the production of the MLA yearbook, as well as the Association's centennial, including correspondence, clippings, draft articles, reports, advertising material, certificates, invoices, photographs, etc. Series also includes some Secretary-Treasurer and President's correspondence (1939-1956).

Muskoka Lakes Association

Manuscripts

Series consists of typescripts by Alice Riggs Hunt, primarily concerning her experiences at the Paris Peace Conference in 1919 as an accredited press correspondent attached to the American Commission to Negotiate Peace, as well as documenting her tour through seven countries of Europe at that time. Also includes notes on suffrage and some autobiographical notes.

Hunt, Alice Riggs

Manuscripts

Series consists of manuscript and typescript notes for and drafts of works of poetry, fiction and non-fiction by Jenny Pincock and others.

Maines Pincock Family

Manuscripts

Series consists of drafts, notes and manuscipts of of writings such as speeches, articles etc. by John D. Detwiler.

Detwiler, John D.

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