1 edition of Cornelia Bryce Pinchot papers found in the catalog.
Cornelia Bryce Pinchot papers
Cornelia Bryce Pinchot
Written in English
Correspondence, journals, political campaign papers and speeches, book drafts, reports, notes, radio scripts, subject file, gardening file, financial records, press releases, printed matter, photographs, architectural and landscape plans, and other papers relating to her own campaigns as a candidate for U.S. Congress in 1928 and 1932; League of Women Voters; legislative efforts to protect women workers and children; the National Women"s Trade Union League of America; Pinchot"s activities as the wife of Gifford Pinchot, conservationist and governor of Pennsylvania; and women"s suffrage.
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The Harry Slattery Papers span the period with the bulk dated to They include correspondence, memoranda, writings and speeches, printed material, clippings, scrapbooks, and indexes. The collection chiefly concerns positions Slattery held during his years of public service and reflect his lifelong interest in conservation. Very few of Slattery's personal papers . Folder 1 – Cornelia Bryce Pinchot Files, Correspondence to Cornelia Bryce Pinchot, Gifford Pinchot’s wife, from Presidents Dwight Eisenhower and Harry Truman, Herbert Hoover, and others. Copies are likely from Gifford’s home Grey Towers. Folder 2 – Gifford Pinchot Files,
PHILADELPHIA, March 4. -- Mrs. Cornelia Bryce Pinchot, wife of former Governor Pinchot, conferred with political leaders here today on plans for entering the contest for the Republican nomination. Mrs. Gifford Pinchot. [Cornelia Bryce.] Collection. Print Collection portrait file. P. Mrs. Gifford Pinchot. [Cornelia Bryce.] Library locations The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs: Print Collection Topics Public figures Genres Clippings Portraits Type of Resource Still image Identifiers Other local Identifier.
- Gift, Gifford and Cornelia Bryce Pinchot and other members of the Pinchot family, Ground Work offers intriguing insights into American conservation history. Contact Us. Lower Snake River Dams Research. Research Paper FPL-RP She started writing them down when she could no longer stand. Damnation. After Gifford’s marriage to Cornelia Bryce in , the couple renovated the house and also added buildings like the Letter Box to accommodate the growing family and Gifford’s budding political career. In , Gifford Bryce Pinchot, Gifford and Cornelia’s son, donated Grey Towers and acres to the U.S. Forest Service.
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Title Cornelia Bryce Pinchot papers, Summary Correspondence, journals, political campaign papers and speeches, book drafts, reports, notes, radio scripts, subject file, gardening file, financial records, press releases, printed matter, photographs, architectural and landscape plans, and other papers relating to her own campaigns as a candidate for U.S.
Congress in and ; League of. In the s, Cornelia Bryce Pinchot would accept President Roosevelt’s New Deal institutions such as the National Recovery Act, Civilian Conservation Corps and, the Works Progress Administration.
She urged workers throughout Pennsylvania to unionize, and had previously advocated for. Get this from a library. Cornelia Bryce Pinchot papers, [Cornelia Bryce Pinchot] -- Correspondence, journals, political campaign papers and speeches, book drafts, reports, notes, radio scripts, subject file, gardening file, financial records, press releases, printed matter.
The papers of Cornelia Bryce Pinchot, politician, political activist, and wife of Gifford Pinchot of Pennsylvania, were given to the Library of Congress by Cornelia and Gifford Pinchot and the Pinchot family in several installments between and Additional material has been received through gift and transfer, Born Cornelia Elizabeth Bryce.
From the description of Cornelia Bryce Pinchot papers, (bulk ). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: In Pinchot proposed a conference on "Civil Disabilities of Women" to be sponsored by the American Academy of Political and Social Science, to debate the Equal Rights Amendment.
PENNSYLVANIA MAGAZINE OF HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY Vol. CXXXII, No. 1 (January ) 1 Richard C. Keller,Pennsylvania’s Little New Deal(New York, ), Cornelia Bryce Pinchot and the Struggle for Protective Labor Legislation in Pennsylvania B Y THE EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY, Pennsylvania was a major industrial state where tens of thousands of women were employed.
The only child of Gifford and Cornelia was born Gifford Bryce Pinchot on Decemin New York City. He spent much of his childhood at Grey Towers, fishing and romping with his friends in the “Bait Box”, a spacious and elaborate playhouse designed by the noted architect, Chester Aldrich, and built for him by his parents.
Find a Grave, database and images (: accessed), memorial page for Cornelia Elizabeth Bryce Pinchot (20 Aug –9 Sep ), Find a Grave Memorial no. citing Milford Cemetery, Milford, Pike County, Pennsylvania, USA ; Maintained by Laura Carrier McQuaid (contributor ).
This book examines women's legal status in the areas of protective labor legislation for women and children, minimum wage laws, mothers' pensions, the property rights of married women, child custody, age of consent, control of the liquor traffic, and prostitution.
Like Jessie Cassidy's "The legal status of women," this volume deals with each of these areas on a state-by-state basis. Pep was originally a gift to Pennsylvania Governor from the nephew of his wife Cornelia Bryce Pinchot.
found in papers of the Governor Pinchot's. The marriage was a match on many levels: their political values and ambitions (Cornelia was nationally known for her feminism, and Pinchot became the vice-president of a Men for Suffrage.
Gifford and Cornelia. James Pinchot died inand his wife, Mary, died three days after Gifford married Cornelia Bryce in August He and his brother Amos split the estate, with Amos taking the half on which a small forester's cabin was the main dwelling and Gifford taking the house.
The couple began spending their summers at Grey Towers. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection.
Harding Papers; Marian Park- hurst to Cornelia Bryce Pinchot, Dec. 7,Cornelia Bryce Pinchot Papers (Manuscript Division, Library of Congress).
This content downloaded on Thu, 31 Jan PM All use subject. The New York Times Septemp. For additional information on Cornelia Bryce Pinchot, see Judith Ader Spinzia, “Women of Long Island: Cornelia Bryce Pinchot, Feminist, Social-Activist - The Long Islander Who Became First Lady of Pennsylvania.” 7.
Cornelia Bryce Pinchot papers journals, political campaign papers and speeches, book drafts, reports, notes, radio scripts, subject file, gardening file, financial records, press releases, and other papers relating Contributor: Pinchot, Cornelia Bryce. During his frenetic, and ultimately unsuccessful, primary campaign for the US Senate in Pennsylvania, Gifford Pinchot paused to reflect what it meant to plant trees.
He and his wife Cornelia Bryce Pinchot were in the process of reforesting portions of Grey Towers, the family’s estate in Milford, with an array of oaks, pine, and beech. was Cornelia Bryce Pinchot. Cornelia Bryce Pinchot's well-documented life, from birth in through the suffrage campaign, the post-suffrage decades, and the governorships of her husband, andto death inreveals the evolving views of a.
4 Document Harriot Stanton Blatch to Cornelia Bryce Pinchot, 6 OctoberLibrary of Congress, Manuscript Division, Cornelia Bryce Pinchot Papers, NF. Included in “Cornelia Bryce Pinchot's Reform Activism, ,” Documents selected by Kathryn Kish Sklar and Corinne Weible.
Women and Social Movements, Cornelia Bryce Pinchot (—) Carol Severance, Grey Towers National H storic Landmark, Camelia Bryce Pinchot c rca 1 goa In the spring ofa columnist for the New York Tribune wrote: "Miss Cornelia Bryce—beauti- ful, cultured, charming, with the utmost of wealth & position at her command, she chooses as her.
The daughter of wealthy journalist and politician, Lloyd Bryce, Cornelia grew up in Victorian circles similar to those of the Pinchots. Known as "Leila" by family and friends, she was born in Newport, Rhode Island ineducated in private schools and traveled frequently with her parents in Europe.
Pinchot, Gifford,collector Created / Published ca. Notes - Forms part of the Gifford Pinchot Papers, Manuscript Division.Search results - of The papers of Gifford Pinchot, conservationist, chief forester in the United States Department of Agriculture, professor of forestry at Yale University, and governor of Pennsylvania, were given to the Library of Congress by Gifford Pinchot, Cornelia Pinchot and the Pinchot family in several installments between and