Women's International League for Peace and Freedom and Right-Wing Attacks, 1923-1931, Document List

How Did the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom Respond to Right-Wing Attacks, 1923-1931?

Document List

Introduction

Document 1:   Lucia Ames Mead to John W. Weeks, 12 April 1923

Document 2:   Spider-web Chart, The Dearborn Independent, 22 March 1924

Document 3:  Carrie Chapman Catt, "Poison Propaganda," The Woman Citizen, 31 May 1924

Document 4:  Carrie Chapman Catt, "The Lie Factory," The Woman Citizen, 20 September 1924.

Document 5:  Hamilton Holt to Lucia Ames Mead, 27 August 1926

Document 6:  Carrie Chapman Catt, "Lies-At-Large," The Woman Citizen, June 1927

Document 7:  Daughters of the American Revolution, "Doubtful Speakers," 1927

Document 8:  Florence Kelley to Jane Addams, 20 July 1927

Document 9:  Jane Addams to Florence Kelley, 25 July 1927

Document 10:  Dorothy Detzer to Lucia Ames Mead, February 1928

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Document 11:  Hannah Clothier Hull to Dorothy Detzer, 21 February 1928

Document 12:  Eleanor St. Omer Roy to Mrs. Alfred J. Brosseau, 24 February 1928

Document 13:  Editorial, "A Sound Protest," The Baltimore Sun, 27 February 1928

Document 14:  Eleanor St. Omer Roy to The Nation, 8 May 1928

Document 15:  Lila M. Houston to Mountain Lakes News, undated [1928]

Document 16:  Roswell P. Barnes to Dorothy Detzer, 6 June 1928

Document 17:  "D.A.R. Drops Mrs. Bailie," New York Times, 23 June 1928

Document 18:  "Woman is Defeated in D.A.R. Libel Suit," New York Times, 11 October 1928

Document 19:  F. R. Welsh to Marcia Sternbergh, 6 May 1931

Document 20:  Marjory Miller Whittemore to William A. Allen, 14 July 1931

Document 21:  William A. Allen to Marjory Miller Whittemore, 23 July 1931

Document 22:  Marjory Miller Whittemore to William A. Allen, 21 August 1931

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