Civilizing Capitalism: The National Consumers' League, Women's Activism, and Labor Standards in the New Deal Era

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Manuscript Collections
Alexandria, Virginia
Personal Papers of Lucy Mason (private collection of C. S. Taylor Burke Jr.)
Ann Arbor, Michigan
Michigan Historical Collections, Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan Dorothy Smith McAllister Papers (microfilm)
Atlanta, Georgia
Robert W. Woodruff Library, Emory University
Eleonore Raoul Papers
Mildred Seydell Papers
Josephine Wilkins Papers
Cambridge, Massachusetts
Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe College
Clara Mortenson Beyer Papers
Clara M. Beyer interview with Vivien Hart, 1983
Consumers' League of Connecticut Papers
Consumers' League of Massachusetts Papers
Elinore Morehouse Herrick Papers
Lucy Somerville Howorth Papers
Mary Dublin Keyserling interview with J. Cheek, 1982 (OH-40, Oral Histories of Women in Federal Government)
Mary Dublin Keyserling interview with Kathryn Kish Sklar, 1983
Mary Dublin Keyserling Papers
Alma Lutz Papers, collections A-34 and MC-182
National Consumers' League Papers
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Southern Historical Collection, University of North Carolina
Frank Porter Graham Papers
Olive Matthews Stone Papers
Southern Oral History Program Collection, University of North Carolina
Eleanor Copenhaver Anderson interview with M. Frederickson, November 5, 1974
Adele Clark interviews with W. Bradford, February 24 and July 12, 1964
Harriet Herring interview with M. Frederickson and N. Brown, February 5, 1976
Myles Horton interview with M. Frederickson, July 24, 1975
Brownie Lee Jones interview with M. Frederickson, April 20, 1976
Eula McGill interview with J. Hall, February 3, 1976

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