American Women Civil Rights Activists: Biobibliographies of 68 Leaders, 1825-1992

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Oklahoma Department of Charities and Corrections. Records. 1907-1949. Extent of collection: 16 cu. ft. Finding aids: Guide in repository. Location: Oklahoma Department of Libraries, Archives and Records Division, 200 Northeast 18th St., Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73105-3298. Scope of collection: Administrative files of department pertaining to meetings, inspections, and investigations. Bulk of records document work of Barnard.
Walter Lowrie Fisher. Papers. 1879-1936. Extent of collection: 19 ft. (ca. 14,000 items). Finding aids: Indexed in part. Published register. Location: Library of Congress, Manuscript Division, Washington, D. C. 20540. Scope of collection: Includes material relating to Oklahoma Indians. Correspondents include Barnard.

5. Charlotta A. Spears Bass
(1880?-1969)

Editor; journalist; publisher; 1952 Progressive party vice presidential candidate; and advocate for African American rights


BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Chronological Biography
Born October 1880?, in Sumter, South Carolina, to Kate and Hiram Spears, sixth of 11 children, third of four daughters.
Before 1890: Moved to Providence, Rhode Island, to live with oldest brother, Ellis. Employed by local newspaper, Providence Watchman, as office clerk and advertising solicitor. September 10, 1910: Relocated to Los Angeles for health reasons, planning to stay for two years, but remained lifelong resident of California. 1910-1912: Hired at salary of $5 per week by Los

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