Carry A. Nation Collection
|Title:||Carry A. Nation Collection|
|Call Number:||MS 80-03|
|Size:||0.25 linear feet|
|Acquisition:||Purchased from Carolyn Bachelder|
|Processed By:||SCW, 10-17-1980; SMC, 5-4-1998; MN, 12-2008|
|Note:||Exhibit, Carry A. Nation Collection|
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Carry A. Nation was a nationally known figure in the late 19th and early 20th century temperance movement. The collection contains correspondence about a saloon-smashing incident in Wichita in 1905, her bail bond from another incident in Wichita in 1901, and a photograph of Nation from the same time period.
Detailed Description: Box and Folder Listing
|Box 1||FF 1||Letter written 3-13-1905 to Brother Jones from Carry Nation|
|Box 1||FF 2||Letter written on 2-8-1905 to Brother Jones from Carry Nation|
|Box 1||FF 3||Telegram dated 3-13-1905 to M. B. Jones from Carry Nation|
|Box 1||FF 4||Recognizance (bail bond) dated 1-22-1901 issued to Carry Nation for Malicious Destruction of Property|
|Box 1||FF 5||Photograph of Carry Nation (transferred from the May Williams Ward Papers)|