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Wolkins, Lyra Trueblood

Overview
Works: 2 works in 3 publications in 1 language and 5 library holdings
Genres: Sources  Archives  History 
Most widely held works by Lyra Trueblood Wolkins
Ellen Starr Brinton papers by Ellen Starr Brinton( )

in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Personal correspondence (1935-1953), travel journals, address books, notes, and manuscripts and typescripts of articles and related correspondence and research notes. Includes material about a trip to Europe in 1948 to secure endangered records of peace organizations, correspondence relating to Cuban-American relations (1935-1937), and her efforts to secure exit visas from Czechoslovakia for Rosa Kulka, a Jewish pacifist, and her family in the late 1930s. Topics of her research include Daughters of the American Revolution, Elihu Burritt, Benjamin West's peace treaty paintings, the Universal Peace Union, and Mexican-American relations, as well as notes for a biography of Jane Addams and a manuscript draft of Brinton's unpublished work on the American peace movement, Dreamers of Dreams. Correspondents include Emily Greene Balch, Heloise Brainerd, Benny Cederfeld, A. Ruth Fry, Rosa Kulka, Paul Vanorden Shaw, Phyllis M. Tiller, Herminio Portell-Vilá, Elizabeth Wheeler, and Lyra Trueblood Wolkins
American Peace Society collection by American Peace Society( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Chiefly papers of Benjamin F. Trueblood (1847-1916), general secretary of the society (1892-1915), including correspondence (1871-1915), articles, speeches, lecture notes, biographical information, pamphlets, scrapbooks, photos, and memorabilia, relating to his work with the society, as president of Wilmington College, Wilmington, Ohio, and Penn College, Oskaloosa, Iowa, and as representative of Christian Arbitration and Peace Society in Europe (1890-1891), and correspondence (1913-1956) of his wife, Sarah H. Trueblood, and his daughter and secretary, Lyra Trueblood Wolkins, who gathered letters and other materials for a biography of Trueblood; together with records of the society including articles of incorporation (1848), scattered annual reports (1836-1924), minutes of the executive committee (1916-1917), pamphlets, leaflets, statements, speeches, and reprints. Correspondents in the Trueblood papers include Joseph G. Alexander, Hannah J. Bailey, Charles E. Beals, Nicholas Murray Butler, Arthur Deerin Call, Samuel T. Dutton, Anna B. Eckstein, James J. Hall, Seichi Ikemoto, Louis P. Lochner, Edwin D. Mead, Lucia Ames
 
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Trueblood, Lyra

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