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Women's work in Hungary and Italy.

File consists of one article by Alice Riggs Hunt "Women's work in Hungary and Italy" published in The International Woman Suffrage News (Sept. 1919): 168-169.

Hunt, Alice Riggs

We, the universe.

File consists of one copy of "We, the universe: an open letter to a baffled friend about our creative and recreative power" as well as an accompanying copyright notice.

Hunt, Alice Riggs

Vignettes of memory.

File consists of three ts. autobiographical pieces begun in 1962 by Alice Riggs Hunt (3, 6, 4 l.). A list of possible topics is included, as well as ms. notes on five index cards and one clipping.

Hunt, Alice Riggs

Versailles Peace Conference, Europe 1919.

File consists of Alice Riggs Hunt's passports, travel documents and passes, identity cards, press passes, affidavits, ration stamps, etc from the Versailles Peace Conference of 1919. Includes an invitation from Mrs. Wilson to call.

Hunt, Alice Riggs

Vault key.

File consists of key to the Field family vault in the New York City Marble Cemetery. Moses Field, Maunsell Bradhurst Field, Caroline Matilda Field Riggs, Franklin Clinton Field, Elizabeth Cooke Fitch Field, and Louise Clinton Field were all interred in the vault.

Hunt, Alice Riggs

Unfinished book.

File consists of articles and notes written by Alice Riggs Hunt during an eight months trip through seven countries of Europe in 1919, assembled for the purpose of publishing a book and including a preface and summary of the book's intended contents. Includes ts. drafts (138 l. in various paginations, some marked "original"), some of the pieces having already been published.

Hunt, Alice Riggs

Typescript : treasurefree.

File consists of one typescript (original, 149 leaves) of "Treasurefree" by Alice Riggs Hunt. A note on the cover reads "3rd copy revised 1932-1933."

Hunt, Alice Riggs

Typescript : the mansion of friendly loneliness.

File consists of one typed copy (original, 17 leaves) of "The mansion of friendly loneliness" by Alice Riggs Hunt. The typescript was later corrected in 1961 and the title changed to "A forest fantasy" and later "The castle of memory and potentiality."

Hunt, Alice Riggs

Typescript : the mansion of friendly loneliness.

File consists of one typed copy (original, 17 leaves) of "The mansion of friendly loneliness" by Alice Riggs Hunt. The typescript was later corrected in 1961 and the title changed to "The castle of memory and potentiality."

Hunt, Alice Riggs

Typescript : peace is an art.

File consists of one typed copy (original, 97 leaves) of "Peace is an art" by Alice Riggs Hunt. Also includes later notes by Hunt from the 1960's about her feelings on the work, as well as one item of correspondence from Hill and Wang publishers refusing the manuscript.

Hunt, Alice Riggs

Typescript : peace is an art.

File consists of two typed copies (original, 97 leaves) of "Peace is an art" by Alice Riggs Hunt. A note indicates that these are 2nd and 3rd drafts. Also included are items of correspondence between Hunt and publishers regarding the publication of the work.

Hunt, Alice Riggs

Typescript : everyman's peace.

File consists of one typed copy (original, 68 leaves) of "Everyman's peace" by Alice Riggs Hunt. Note that this is only the second half of the work, the first half not being present.

Hunt, Alice Riggs

Trip diary.

File consists of one trip diary kept by Alice Riggs Hunt detailing her trip overseas in 1900. The first few pages of the diary were kept by her grandmother [Anna Livingston Hunt?] on her overseas trip in 1895.

Hunt, Alice Riggs

Trip diary.

File consists of one trip diary kept by Alice Riggs Hunt detailing her trip across American in the summer of 1912.

Hunt, Alice Riggs

Trip account.

Contents: file consists of one account of a trip kept by Charles Warren Hunt detailing his six month long world trip in 1952-1953. The account is typewritten and broken into sections for each leg of the trip. Also included is a photograph of Charles in 1952.

Hunt, Charles Warren

Travel

Series consists of materials created and accumulated by Alice Riggs Hunt documenting her travels both within the United States and abroad. Includes primarily ephemera as well as two trip diaries.

Hunt, Alice Riggs

Switzerland.

File consists of a typescript by Alice Riggs Hunt documenting her experiences in Switzerland, 53 l. of ts. notes and drafts in various paginations.

Hunt, Alice Riggs

Suffrage work notebooks and cards.

File consists of one package of reports written on index cards detailing Alice Riggs Hunt's suffrage work in West Virginia in 1916, as well as loose notes on same. Also includes a bundle of loose note pages re suffrage work in New York City, probably ca. 1917.

Hunt, Alice Riggs

Suffrage Material

Series consists primarily of material created and /or accumulated by Alice Riggs Hunt, documenting her involvement in the suffrage movement in the United States. Includes clippings, ephemera, photographs, artifacts and textual material, including reports by A.R.H. of campaigning work for the right to vote. Photographs include a series of snapshots of the Suffragist Parade in New York City, 1911. Artifacts include breast banners, a flag and a porcelain figurine of geese.

Hunt, Alice Riggs

Suffrage clippings.

File consists primarily of newspaper and other clippings and ephemera by and about Alice Riggs Hunt, concerning suffrage.

Hunt, Alice Riggs

Suffrage campaigns.

File consists primarily of newspaper and other clippings and ephemera relating to the struggle for women's suffrage in the United States. Includes a ts. (1 leaf, carbon) about Alice Riggs Hunt and a hand-drawn map of part of West Virginia for the purposes of distribution of suffrage literature.

Hunt, Alice Riggs

Scrapbook of published works of Alice Riggs Hunt.

File consists of one scrapbook compiled by Alice Riggs Hunt containing her published writings, beginning with her "Voters' Column" from the New York Evening Post, 1918; clippings from newspapers and periodicals reporting on the 1919 Paris Peace Conference (including some duplicates of material listed separately); announcements for lectures, etc.

Hunt, Alice Riggs

Published Writing

Series consists of published articles and news stories by Alice Riggs Hunt, most reporting on conditions in Europe during and after the Paris Peace Conference in 1919. Includes a folder of ephemera relating to a lecture tour she made in 1920-1921. Many of these pieces appear also in the scrapbook in File 60.

Hunt, Alice Riggs

Published newspaper articles.

File consists of news stories by and about Alice Riggs Hunt published in newspapers, primarily concerning her observations of conditions in Europe in 1919, especially with regard to women.

Hunt, Alice Riggs

Programmes : Metropolitan Opera House and Century Opera Company.

File consists of 35 programmes from performances at the Metropolitan Opera House, including: Lucia di Lammermoor, Orfeo ed Euridice, Aida, Simon Boccanegra, The Emperor Jones, Boris Godunoff, Otello, Norma, Peter Ibbetson, Merry Mount, Fidelio. Also includes one programme for Lucia di Lammermoor performed at the Century Opera Company.

Hunt, Alice Riggs

Programme : Comedie Francaise.

File consists of one programme for a performance of "Socrate et sa femme" [Socrates and his wife] and "Le gendre de M. Poirier" [Mr. Poirier's son-in-law] at the Comedie Francaise on March 15, 1919.

Hunt, Alice Riggs

Professional

Series consists of materials created and accumulated by Alice Riggs Hunt documenting her professional life. Includes primarily manuscripts, as well as materials relating to the publication and review of her works.

Hunt, Alice Riggs

Porcelain geese figurine.

File consists of one porcelain goose figurine showing three geese honking with the engraved caption "we want our votes."

Hunt, Alice Riggs

Playbill : Chanteceler.

File consists of one playbill for Chantecler at the Theatre de la Porte-Saint-Martin, Paris, on February 6, 1910.

Hunt, Alice Riggs

Playbill : Caesar and Cleopatra and Antony and Cleopatra.

File consists of one playbill for Caesar and Cleopatra and Antony and Cleopatra, being performed at the Ziegfeld Theatre in New York. Vivien Leigh and Laurence Olivier stared in the performance. Also includes a clipping from the New York Times on the play.

Hunt, Alice Riggs

Playbill : Abbey Theatre.

File consists of one playbill for the Abbey Theatre, Dublin for September 2, 1919. Also includes one item of correspondence from James E. Douglas addressed to Alice Riggs Hunt indicating that a ticket for that evening's performance is enclosed.

Hunt, Alice Riggs

Photographs.

File consists of six photographs with notes by Alice Riggs Hunt. Includes a portrait of Carrie Chapman Catt, one postcard photograph of Crystal MacMillan and Jane Addams, group portraits taken at the International Women's Congress for Peace and Freedom, Zurich, 1919 (Women's International League for Peace and Freedom). Includes identifications by Alice Riggs Hunt.

Hunt, Alice Riggs

Personal

Series consists of materials created and accumulated by Alice Riggs Hunt documenting her personal life, and the lives of her family members. Includes photographs, clippings, ephemera and artefacts.

Hunt, Alice Riggs

Personal

Series consists primarily of material created and /or accumulated by Alice Riggs Hunt, documenting her life, interest and activities. Includes ephemera such as certificates, passports, travel documents and ration cards. Includes material relating to the International Congess of Women held in Zurich, 1919. Includes a trip diary as well as two notebooks, one recording suffrage campaigning in West Viginia and the other, notes about Europe after 1919. Includes a scrapbook of her published writings in newspapers and periodicals. Also includes articles by Thomas T.C. Gregory on Eastern Europe and Bela Kun, ca. 1919 a topic that A.R.H. also wrote about.

Hunt, Alice Riggs

Pencil.

File consists of one excelsior brand pencil.

Hunt, Alice Riggs

Peace Conference, Paris.

File consists of a typescript by Alice Riggs Hunt documenting her experiences during the Paris Peace Conference, 1919, to which she was an accredited correspondent. Includes 83 l. of ts. drafts in various paginations. Includes a seating plan.

Hunt, Alice Riggs

Pacifism and revolution.

File consists of one article by Alice Riggs Hunt "Pacifism and revolution" published in The World Tomorrow (August 1919): 217-128 under the name "A Journalist Abroad." Note by Alice Riggs Hunt: "Interview with [Romain] Rolland."

Hunt, Alice Riggs

Notebook.

File consists of one alphabetical index-tabbed notebook with ms. notes on European countries. Includes Alice Riggs Hunt's notes on history, politics, economy, status of women. Includes notes taken from other sources. Also includes notes for lectures.

Hunt, Alice Riggs

Note cards.

File consists of typed note cards and handwritten notes kept by Alice Riggs Hunt with quotes and sayings recorded by her.

Hunt, Alice Riggs

May first in Paris.

File consists of one article by Alice Riggs Hunt "May first in Paris" published in The Bulletin of the People's Council of America 2, no. 7-8 (July-August 1919): 5 under the name "Our Special Correspondent."

Hunt, Alice Riggs

Mary Osgood Riggs Hunt.

File consists of materials relating to the life and estate of Mary Osgood Riggs Hunt, mother of Alice Riggs Hunt. Includes information on her trust, bank documents, legal documents, correspondence, etc.

Hunt, Alice Riggs

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

Lock of hair.

Contents: file consists of one lock of hair from Alice Riggs Hunt cut on her 2nd birthday. Accompanying documentation records her height and weight at the time and a note about the lock.

Hunt, Alice Riggs

Lock of hair.

Contents: file consists of one lock of hair from Alice Riggs Hunt cut when she was 3 years 11 months old.

Hunt, Alice Riggs

Lectures by Alice Riggs Hunt.

File consists of ephemera relating to Alice Riggs Hunt's lecture tour in 1920-1921 in the United States. Includes flyers and promotional leaflet. Also includes material relating to her "Voters' Column" in the New York Evening Post."

Hunt, Alice Riggs

Lecture programme.

File consists of one programme for a lecture series to be given by Alice Riggs Hunt on: 1. Facts about community Hungary, 2. Personalities of the European labor world, and 3. Protests against the war, by Hungarians, Austrians, Germans, and French.

Hunt, Alice Riggs

Italy.

File consists of a typescript by Alice Riggs Hunt documenting her experiences in Italy, 35 [i.e.40] l. of ts. drafts in various paginations. Includes ms. notes.

Hunt, Alice Riggs

Invoices and receipts.

File consists of invoices and receipts for various purchases including doctors visits, home repairs, and charity donations.

Hunt, Alice Riggs

Invitation to the inaugural meeting of the Mexican Association of Engineers and Architects.

File consists of one invitation to the inaugural meeting of the Asociacion de Ingenieros y Arquitectos [Mexican Association of Engineers and Architects] as well as an accompanying programme for the event, and a note from Mr. Roberto Gayol regarding the associated banquet. Alice Riggs Hunt's father was a civil engineer.

Hunt, Alice Riggs

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