Minutes, financial ledgers, correspondence, printed material, and religious ephemera, 1882-1960, relating to a chapter of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union in Ft. Smith, Arkansas, from the home of Grace Shipley Collins.
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1.00 Linear Feet
The fragile nature of this material may limit handling.
According to the seller, this material was found in the bottom of a closet in the home of Grace Shipley Collins, a member of the WCTU in Ft. Smith, Arkansas, many years after her death. The seller was her granddaughter.
Accessioned and minimally processed by Benjamin Bromley in December 2010. Physically and intellectually arranged by Leigh Soares, SCRC staff, in May 2011.
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