An Independent Woman: The Life of Lou Henry Hoover

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Notes

PROLOGUE
1
Charlotte Kellogg, "The Young Hoovers," Saturday Evening Post, March 2, 1928.
2.
Ruth Fesler Lipman, Oral History interview, 1967, Herbert Hoover Presidential Library (Hereafter abbreviated as HHPL).
3.
Karen Blair, The Clubwoman as Feminist (1868-1914) ( New York: Holmes & Meier, 1980).
4.
Mary Daughtery, New York Journal, June 15, 1928, "Women's Suffrage and Feminism," Lou Henry Hoover (Hereafter abbreviated as LHH). Subject files, HHPL.
5.
LHH speech in Toledo, Ohio, 1932.
6.
LHH speech at Girl Scout Convention, St. Louis, 1926.
7.
LHH letter to Mrs. George T. Gerlinger, February 16, 1942. Mary Austin was a noted writer with whom the Hoovers were acquainted at one time.
8.
Blair, The Clubwoman as Feminist.

CHAPTER 1
1.
Mary Ann Dwire Henry to William Henry, April 7, 1876, LHH Correspondence files, HHPL.
2.
Ibid.
3.
LHH school essay, June 8, 1888, HHPL.
4.
LHH to Mark Sullivan, August 27, 1927, LHH Organization files, HHPL.
5.
Ms. written by LHH for her family, undated but after 1932, LHH files, HHPL.
6.
LHH letter quoted by Ruth Fesler Lipman in Genealogy file, 1960, LHH files, HHPL.
7.
Ibid.

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