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Collection Number: 04385

Collection Title: Gladys Avery Tillett Papers, 1700s-2000

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Size 21,000 items (59.5 linear feet)
Abstract Gladys Avery Tillett was vice-chair of the Democratic National Committee, 1940-1950; co-director of Frank Porter Graham's senatorial campaign, 1950; United States delegate to the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women, 1961-1968; proponent of the Equal Rights Amendment; and activist for other political and social causes. The collection includes correspondence, speeches and writings, press releases, news clippings, photographs, sound recordings, and other materials documenting Gladys Avery Tillett's work for the Democratic Party, the Frank Porter Graham campaign, the United Nations, the women's movement, the Young Women's Christian Association, and other causes. Significant correspondents include Molly Dewson and Lorena A. Hickock, with whom Tillett worked in the Women's Division of the Democratic Party; friend, teacher, and fellow Democrat Harriet Elliott; Eleanor Roosevelt; and Tillett's husband, lawyer Charles Walter Tillett.
Creator Tillett, Gladys Avery, 1891-1984.
Curatorial Unit Southern Historical Collection
Language English.
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Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], in the Gladys Avery Tillett Papers #4385, Southern Historical Collection, Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Provenance
Received from the children of Gladys Avery Tillett (Sara Tillett Thomas, Gladys Tillett Coddington, and Charles W. Tillett, all of Charlotte, N.C.), in 1984 and 1985; from Charles W. Tillett in August 1995 (Acc. 95109); and from Sara Tillett Thomas in July 1995 (Acc. 95078), October 1997 (Acc. 97133), December 1997 (Acc. 97165), August 1998 (Acc. 98193), September 1998 (Acc. 98200), and October 1998 (Acc. 98217).
Sensitive Materials Statement
Manuscript collections and archival records may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations, the North Carolina Public Records Act (N.C.G.S. § 132 1 et seq.), and Article 7 of the North Carolina State Personnel Act (Privacy of State Employee Personnel Records, N.C.G.S. § 126-22 et seq.). Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in this collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications (e.g., a cause of action under common law for invasion of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person) for which the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill assumes no responsibility.
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Gladys Avery Tillett, daughter of Alphonso Calhoun Averyand Sallie Love Thomas Avery, was born in Morganton, N.C., on 19 March 1891. In 1915, she received a B.A. from the Woman's College of the University of North Carolina in Greensboro, where she majored in political science under Harriet Elliott, who became a friend and life-long influence. She also received a B.A. from the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill in 1917. In July 1917, she married Charles Walter Tillett, Jr., a Charlotte lawyer. They had three children: Gladys, Charles, and Sara.

Tillett's interest in politics and her participation in the women's suffrage movement led her to help create the North Carolina state chapter of the League of Women Voters and a Mecklenburg County chapter; she served as president of the latter in 1922-1923, and of the former in 1934.

As a Democrat, one of Tillett's initial accomplishments was to increase the participation of women in North Carolina Democratic Party activities, first by becoming her precinct's vice-chair, and, in 1927, by insuring that party law provided that a man and woman would serve jointly as party chair and vice-chair on precinct, party, and state levels. Tillett herself was the North Carolina Democratic Party's vice-chair from 1934 to 1936. In 1932, 1936, and 1940, she was a North Carolina delegate to the Democratic National Convention.

Tillett headed the Speakers' Bureau of the Democratic National Committee in 1936 and 1940, recruiting and scheduling the appearances of speakers for Franklin D. Roosevelt. In 1940, she became vice-chair of the Democratic National Convention, and chair of its Women's Division, delivering the keynote speech at the Democratic National Convention in Chicago in July 1944. She resigned from those positions in 1950 to co-direct (with Jeff Johnson) the senatorial campaign of Frank Porter Graham, but continued to be active in national Democratic Party affairs, working on both of Adlai Stevenson's presidential campaigns in the 1950s.

Tillett was involved with the United Nations from its inception; she and her husband attended its Conference on International Organization in San Francisco in 1945, and the UNESCO conference in Paris in 1949. From 1954 to 1958, she was co-chair of the North Carolina Chapter of the American Association for the United Nations. President John F. Kennedy, for whom Tillett had actively campaigned in 1960, appointed her to the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women in March 1961. In that capacity, she traveled to such places as Nigeria, South and Central America, Japan, and Mongolia, studying the political, educational, social, and economic rights of women around the world. Reappointed to the Commission in 1964 by President Lyndon Johnson, she served until 1968.

Tillett had been a proponent of the Equal Rights Amendment since the 1920s. During the late 1960s and early 1970s, she became increasingly involved with the movement for the ratification of the amendment, serving as president of the North Carolina chapter of E.R.A. United in 1974 and 1975.

Gladys Avery Tillett's health began to decline in the late 1970s, and in 1980, she entered a nursing home. She died on 21 September 1984.

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Most of the collection documents Gladys Avery Tillett's participation in political and reform activities; there are relatively few personal or family-related items. Coverage is especially strong for Tillett's work with the Democratic Party in the 1930s and 1940s, and with the United Nations in the 1960s. Materials include incoming and outgoing correspondence, speeches by Tillett and others, news clippings, phonograph records and tapes, and photographs.

The additions of 1997 and 1998 have been arranged according to the organization scheme of the original deposit. Materials related to other Avery family members have been transferred to the Avery Family of North Carolina Papers (#33) and the Alphonso Calhoun Avery Papers (#3456). For papers regarding Gladys Avery Tillett's involvement in the litigation over lands acquired by her maternal grandfather William Holland Thomas for the Cherokee Indians, please see the Alphonso Calhoun Avery Papers (#3456).

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Contents list

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1. Democratic National Committee Materials, 1932-1977 and undated.
1.1. General Subject Files, 1936-1947 and undated.
1.2. State Files, 1941-1947.
1.3. Speakers' Bureau Materials, 1932-1948 and undated.
1.4. Democratic Women's Day Materials, 1941-1947.
1.5. Other Materials, 1943-1977.
2. United Nations Materials, 1945-1975 and undated.
2.1. General Subject Files, 1945-1968 and undated.
2.2. Correspondence, 1945-1970 and undated.
2.3. Speeches, Addresses, and Essays, 1946-1975 and undated.
2.4. Other Materials, 1946-1975 and undated.
3. Frank Porter Graham Materials, 1930-1973 and undated.
3.1. Senatorial Campaign Materials, 1949-1950 and undated.
3.2. Other Materials, 1930-1973 and undated.
4. Women's Rights Materials, 1922-1977 and undated.
4.1. League of Women Voters Materials, 1922-1974 and undated.
4.2. Equal Rights Amendment Materials, 1938-1977 and undated.
4.3. Other Women's Issues, 1940-1977 and undated.
5. North Carolina Materials, 1919-1978 and undated.
5.1. North Carolina Democratic Party Materials, 1920-1977 and undated.
5.2. University of North Carolina Material, 1919-1977 and undated.
5.3. Other North Carolina Materials, 1923-1978 and undated.
6. Personal Materials, 1910-1977 and undated.
7. Other Papers, 1922-1977 and undated.
8. Volumes.
9. Audio-Visual Materials.
9.1. Photographs.
9.2. Audiovisual Materials.
Additions of 1997 and 1998 (Acc. 97165, 98193, 98200, 98217).
1. Democartic National Committee Materials.
1.3. Speakers' Bureau Materials.
1.4. Democratic Women's Day Materials.
1.5. Other Materials.
2. United Nations Materials.
2.3. Speeches, Addresses, and Essays.
2.4. Other Materials.
3. Frank Porter Graham Materials.
3.1. Senatorial Campaign Materials.
3.2. Other Materials.
4. Women's Rights Materials.
4.1. League of Women Voters Materials.
6. Personal Materials.
9. Audio-Visual Materials.
9.1. Photographs.
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About 6,300 items.

Correspondence, memos, speeches, press releases, and other materials documenting Gladys Avery Tillett's work with the Democratic National Committee. Items in the first four subseries of Democratic National Convention materials--general subject files, state files, Speakers' Bureau files, and Democratic Women's Day correspondence--are in their original order, with a few very minor modifications. Items in the fifth subseries, miscellaneous materials, arrived in no particular order, and arrangement was imposed on them during processing.

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About 1,700 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical by file title.

Letters, memos, expense account statements and receipts,lists of attendees at various meetings, and other materials relating to the workings of the Democratic National Committee inthe 1930s and 1940s; coverage is strongest for the years1941-1947, when Tillett was its vice-chair. These files seemto be Tillett's own office files, rather than those of the Democratic National Convention.

Among the correspondents are many of Tillett's Women's Division co-workers, such as May Thompson Evans, Mary W. (Molly) Dewson, and Lorena Hickok, who was the Women's Division's executive secretary while Tillett was director. Others are prominent women politicians, such as Wyoming's Nellie Tayloe Ross (1876-1977), the first woman governor in the United States; and California Congresswoman Helen Gahagan Douglas (b. 1900). The letters often combine personal news with discussions of Democratic National Convention activities on national, state, and local levels, political campaign efforts, the scheduling of speakers and meetings, personnel changes, and other matters.

See also volumes 3 through 10.

Folder 1

Appointment of women to policy-making positions, 1942-1947

Folder 2

Boston Regional Conference, 15-16 June 1942

Folder 3-4

Folder 3

Folder 4

California Regional Conference, 1941

Folder 5-6

Folder 5

Folder 6

Campaign, 1944

Folder 7-8

Folder 7

Folder 8

Campaign schools

Folder 9

Campos, Maria: San Juan, Puerto Rico

Folder 10

Christmas card lists

Folder 11

Clement, Dorothy Lee

Folder 12-15

Folder 12

Folder 13

Folder 14

Folder 15

Committee lists

Folder 16-19

Folder 16

Folder 17

Folder 18

Folder 19

Congressional elections, 1942-1946

Folder 20

Congratulations letters: Campaign, 1940

Folder 21

Connelly, Matthew J.

Folder 22

Convention programs, 1935-1944

Folder 23

Defense bond letters

Folder 24

"Democratic Women March On": History of women's involvement in Democratic Party, 1945

Folder 25-26

Folder 25

Folder 26

Democratic Digest materials, 1941-1944

Folder 27-33

Folder 27

Folder 28

Folder 29

Folder 30

Folder 31

Folder 32

Folder 33

Democratic Digest correspondence, 1936-1956

Folder 34

Democratic National Convention, 1940

Folder 35

Democratic National Convention, 1944

Folder 36

Democratic women nominees for United States House of Representatives, 1944

Folder 36a

Department of State: Press releases, February 1947

Folder 37

Dewson, Molly

Folder 38

Discussion group guide

Folder 39

Donkey banks

Folder 40

Douglas, Emily Taft

Folder 41

Douglas, Helen Gahagan

Folder 42

Dumbarton Oaks conference, 1945

Folder 43

Dumbarton Oaks Day

Folder 44

Edwards, India

Folder 45

Election night party invitations, 1944

Folder 46

Elliott, Harriet: West coast report

Folder 47-51

Folder 47

Folder 48

Folder 49

Folder 50

Folder 51

Evans, May Thompson: Expenses paid, 1941-1947

Folder 52

Faucet, Crystal Bird: Phildelphia, Pa.

Folder 53-54

Folder 53

Folder 54

Form letters, 1943-1945

Folder 55

Farm women leaders: Friant list

Folder 56

Gleeson, Mary Jo

Folder 57

Green, Janet Hall: Charlotte, N.C.

Folder 58

Hannegan, Robert E.

Folder 59

Handbook

Folder 60-61

Folder 60

Folder 61

Hatch Act

Folder 62

Horing, Ruth Grigg: Lancaster, Pa.

Folder 63-66

Folder 63

Folder 64

Folder 65

Folder 66

Hickok, Lorena, 1941-1947

Folder 67

Howorth, Mrs. Joseph M.: Washington, D.C.

Folder 68

Howorth, Lucy S.

Folder 69

Hyde Park Library

Folder 70

Interamerican Commission of Women

Folder 71

Infantile paralysis, 1942

Folder 72

Itineraries

Folder 73-74

Folder 73

Folder 74

Jefferson Day Dinner

Folder 75

Johnson, Jean

Folder 76

Jones, J. A.: Construction company, Brunswick, Ga.

Folder 77-78

Folder 77

Folder 78

Key women: Southern and western states, 1944 campaign

Folder 79

Luncheon list: Women's National Democratic Club, 12 February 1947

Folder 80

Luncheon: Clark, 20 February 1947

Folder 81

McDaniel, Mrs. Lawrence: St. Louis, Mo.

Folder 82

Meetings and speaking engagements, 1945-1946

Folder 83

Memoranda

Folder 84

Miscellaneous clippings and articles, 1942-1943

Folder 85

Nashville Regional Conference

Folder 86

Noble, C. Scott: Arlington, Va.

Folder 87

Nohelty, Katherine

Folder 88

Norton, Mary T.

Folder 89

Office of Price Administration, Atlanta, Ga.

Folder 90-91

Folder 90

Folder 91

Panel discussions about organization, etc.

Folder 92

Party organization in wartime: Speeches

Folder 93

Pending

Folder 94

Personnel and workers: Campaign, 1944

Folder 95

Pratt, Mrs. Eliot D.

Folder 96

Proxies

Folder 97

Pryor, Mrs. John Carlilse

Folder 98

Ragan, Pauline: Alberta, Ont.

Folder 99

Ratner, Alice: California

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Folder 100

Folder 101

Folder 102

Folder 103

Folder 104

Regional conferences, 1939 and lists

Folder 105-106

Folder 105

Folder 106

Rishel, Virginia: Editor, The Democratic Digest, 1941-1945

Folder 107

Roosevelt, Eleanor

Folder 108-109

Folder 108

Folder 109

Roosevelt: Press releases

Folder 110

Rosenblatt, Sol A.: Genearl Counsel for the Democratic National Convention

Folder 111

St. Paul Regional Conference, 1941

Folder 112

Satterfield, Mrs. M. B.

Folder 113-114

Folder 113

Folder 114

Sehain, Josephine

Folder 115

Schedules of speaking engagements

Folder 116

Shipp, Dolores: California

Folder 117

Speakers' Training School, Washington, D.C., 20-24 May 1946

Folder 118

Speeches: Suggested campaign

Folder 119

State club federation presidents

Folder 120

State Federation of Women's Democratic Clubs: Presidents

Folder 121

State party setup; campaign school book; "Tools for Democratic Victory"; speeches for Democratic Digest

Folder 122

State primary elections, 1944

Folder 123

State study program directors

Folder 124

Supplies

Folder 125

Teas: Congresswomen, 1945-1947

Folder 126

Tea: Mrs. Joe W. Erwin, 4 January 1945

Folder 127-129

Folder 127

Folder 128

Folder 129

Telegrams, 1941-1947

Folder 130

Tillett, Mrs. Charles W.: Miscellany

Folder 131

United States Employment Service: Legislation

Folder 132

Walton, Katherine A.

Folder 133-134

Folder 133

Folder 134

Washington Day Dinners, 1941-1943

Folder 135

Western tour: Mrs. Tillett, 1943

Folder 136

White House

Folder 137-138

Folder 137

Folder 138

Wilson, Louisa: Campaign report, 1944

Folder 139

Women's National Democratic Club, 1935

Folder 140

Women delegates: Democratic National Convention, 1944

Folder 141

Woodhouse, Chase Going

Folder 142

Woodward, Ellen

Folder 143

Young Democratic Clubs of North Carolina, 1941-1946

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About 1,900 items.

Arrangement: chronological by one- to three-year span, then alphabetical by state (with a few exceptions).

Copies of outgoing letters to other Democrats, mostly women, who were involved in county and state party activities. Topics discussed are mostly such routine matters as scheduling speakers and fund-raising events. There is also correspondence concerning subscriptions and submissions to the Democratic Digest, the magazine published by the Democratic National Convention's Women's Division.

Folder 144

1941-1942: Alabama

Folder 145

1941-1942: Arizona

Folder 146

1941-1942: Arkansas

Folder 147

1941-1942: Campaign ephemera for gubernatorial election

Folder 148

1942: California

Folder 149

1942: Colorado

Folder 150

1942: Connecticut

Folder 151

1942: Deleware

Folder 152

1942: District of Columbia

Folder 153

1942: Florida

Folder 154

1942: Georgia

Folder 155

1942: Idaho

Folder 156

1942: Illinois

Folder 157

1942: Indiana

Folder 158

1942: Iowa

Folder 159

1942: Kansas

Folder 160

1942: Kentucky

Folder 161

1942: Louisiana

Folder 162

1942: Maine

Folder 163

1942: Maryland

Folder 164

1942: Massachusetts

Folder 165

1942: Michigan

Folder 166

1942: Minnesota

Folder 167

1942: Mississippi

Folder 168

1942: Missouri

Folder 169

1942: Montana

Folder 170

1942: Nebraska

Folder 171

1942: Nevada

Folder 172

1942: New Hampshire

Folder 173

1942: New Jersey

Folder 174

1942: New Mexico

Folder 175

1942: New York

Folder 176-177

Folder 176

Folder 177

1942: North Carolina

Folder 178

1942: North Dakota

Folder 179

1942: Ohio

Folder 180

1942: Oklahoma

Folder 181

1942: Oregon

Folder 182

1942: Pennsylvania

Folder 183

1942: Rhode Island

Folder 184

1942: South Carolina

Folder 185

1942: South Dakota

Folder 186

1942: Tennessee

Folder 187

1942: Texas

Folder 188

1942: Virginia

Folder 189

1942: Utah

Folder 190

1942: Washington

Folder 191

1942: West Virginia

Folder 192

1942: Wisconsin

Folder 193

1942: Wyoming

Folder 194

1943-1944: Alabama

Folder 195

1943-1944: Alabama, 1944: Democratic Women's Division and campaign correspondence

Folder 196

1943-1944: Arizona, 1944: Democratic Women's Division and campaign correspondence

Folder 197

1943-1944: Arizona

Folder 198

1943-1944: Arkansas

Folder 199

1943-1944: Arkansas, 1944: Democratic Women's Division and campaign correspondence

Folder 200

1943-1944: California

Folder 201

1943-1944: California, 1944: Democratic Women's Division and campaign correspondence

Folder 202

1943-1944: Colorado

Folder 203

1943-1944: Colorado, 1944: Democratic Women's Division and campaign correspondence

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1943-1944: Connecticut

Folder 205

1943-1944: Connecticut, 1944: Democratic Women's Division and campaign correspondence

Folder 206

1943-1944: District of Columbia

Folder 207

1943-1944: District of Columbia, 1944: Democratic Women's Division and campaign correspondence

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1943-1944: Deleware

Folder 209

1943-1944: Florida

Folder 210

1943-1944: Florida, 1944: Democratic Women's Division and campaign correspondence

Folder 211

1943-1944: Georgia

Folder 212

1943-1944: Georgia, 1944: Democratic Women's Division and campaign correspondence

Folder 213

1943-1944: Idaho

Folder 214

1943-1944: Idaho, 1944: Democratic Women's Division and campaign correspondence

Folder 215

1943-1944: Illinois

Folder 216

1943-1944: Illinois, 1944: Democratic Women's Division and campaign correspondence

Folder 217

1943-1944: Indiana

Folder 218

1943-1944: Indiana, 1944: Democratic Women's Division and campaign correspondence

Folder 219

1943-1944: Iowa

Folder 220

1943-1944: Iowa, 1944: Democratic Women's Division and campaign correspondence

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1943-1944: Kansas

Folder 222

1943-1944: Kansas, 1944: Democratic Women's Division and campaign correspondence

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1943-1944: Kentucky

Folder 224

1943-1944: Kentucky, 1944: Democratic Women's Division and campaign correspondence

Folder 225

1943-1944: Louisiana

Folder 226

1943-1944: Maine

Folder 227

1943-1944: Maryland

Folder 228

1943-1944: Maryland, 1944: Democratic Women's Division and campaign correspondence

Folder 229

1943-1944: Massachusetts

Folder 230

1943-1944: Michigan

Folder 231

1943-1944: Michigan, 1944: Democratic Women's Division and campaign correspondence

Folder 232

1943-1944: Minnesota

Folder 233

1943-1944: Minnesota, 1944: Democratic Women's Division and campaign correspondence

Folder 234

1943-1944: Mississippi

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1943-1944: Missouri, 1944: Democratic Women's Division and campaign correspondence

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1943-1944: Missouri, 1944: Democratic Women's Division and campaign correspondence

Folder 237

1943-1944: Montana

Folder 238

1943-1944: Montana, 1944: Democratic Women's Division and campaign correspondence

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1943-1944: Nebraska

Folder 240

1943-1944: Nebraska, 1944: Democratic Women's Division and campaign correspondence

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1943-1944: Nevada

Folder 242

1943-1944: New Hampshire

Folder 243

1943-1944: New Jersey

Folder 244

1943-1944: New Jersey, 1944: Democratic Women's Division and campaign correspondence

Folder 245

1943-1944: New Mexico

Folder 246

1943-1944: New York, 1944: Democratic Women's Division and campaign correspondence

Folder 247

1943-1944: New York

Folder 248

1943-1944: North Carolian

Folder 249

1943-1944: North Carolina, 1944: Democratic Women's Division and campaign correspondence

Folder 250

1943-1944: North Dakota

Folder 251

1943-1944: Ohio

Folder 252

1943-1944: Ohio, 1944: Democratic Women's Division and campaign correspondence

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1943-1944: Oklahoma

Folder 254

1943-1944: Oklahoma, 1944: Democratic Women's Division and campaign correspondence

Folder 255

1943-1944: Oregon

Folder 256

1943-1944: Pennsylvania

Folder 257

1943-1944: Pennsylvania, 1944: Democratic Women's Division and campaign correspondence

Folder 258

1943-1944: Rhode Island

Folder 259

1943-1944: South Carolina

Folder 260

1943-1944: South Dakota

Folder 261

1943-1944: South Dakota, 1944: Democratic Women's Division and campaign correspondence

Folder 262

1943-1944: Tennessee

Folder 263

1943-1944: Tennessee, 1944: Democratic Women's Division and campaign correspondence

Folder 264

1943-1944: Texas

Folder 265

1943-1944: Texas, 1944: Democratic Women's Division and campaign correspondence

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1943-1944: Utah

Folder 267

1943-1944: Utah, 1944: Democratic Women's Division and campaign correspondence

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1943-1944: Vermont

Folder 269

1943-1944: Virginia

Folder 270

1943-1944: Virginia, 1944: Democratic Women's Division and campaign correspondence

Folder 271

1943-1944: Washington

Folder 272

1943-1944: Washington, 1944: Democratic Women's Division and campaign correspondence

Folder 273

1943-1944: West Virginia

Folder 274

1943-1944: West Virginia, 1944: Democratic Women's Division and campaign correspondence

Folder 275

1943-1944: Wisconsin

Folder 276

1943-1944: Wisconsin, 1944: Democratic Women's Division and campaign correspondence

Folder 277

1943-1944: Wyoming

Folder 278

1943-1944: Wyoming, 1944: Democratic Women's Division and campaign correspondence

Folder 279-280

Folder 279

Folder 280

1945-1946: Alabama

Folder 281-282

Folder 281

Folder 282

1945-1946: Arizona

Folder 283-284

Folder 283

Folder 284

1945-1946: Arkansas

Folder 285-286

Folder 285

Folder 286

1945-1946: California

Folder 287-288

Folder 287

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1945-1946: Colorado

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Folder 289

Folder 290

1945-1946: Connecticut

Folder 291-292

Folder 291

Folder 292

1945-1946: Delaware

Folder 293-294

Folder 293

Folder 294

1945-1946: District of Columbia

Folder 295-296

Folder 295

Folder 296

1945-1946: Florida

Folder 297

1945-1946: Georgia

Folder 298-299

Folder 298

Folder 299

1945-1946: Idaho

Folder 300-301

Folder 300

Folder 301

1945-1946: Illinois

Folder 302-303

Folder 302

Folder 303

1945-1946: Indiana

Folder 304-305

Folder 304

Folder 305

1945-1946: Iowa

Folder 306-307

Folder 306

Folder 307

1945-1946: Kansas

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1945-1946: Kentucky

Folder 309

1945-1946: Louisiana

Folder 310-311

Folder 310

Folder 311

1945-1946: Maine

Folder 312-313

Folder 312

Folder 313

1945-1946: Maryland

Folder 314-315

Folder 314

Folder 315

1945-1946: Massachusetts

Folder 316-317

Folder 316

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1945-1946: Michigan

Folder 318-319

Folder 318

Folder 319

1945-1946: Minnesota

Folder 320

1945-1946: Mississippi

Folder 321-322

Folder 321

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1945-1946: Missouri

Folder 323

1946: Voting records of Republican congress people

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1945-1946: Montana

Folder 325

1945: Precinct committee people

Folder 327

1946: Alaska

Folder 328

1946: Arkansas State Conference, 20 February

Folder 329

1946: Georgia

Folder 330

1946: Hawaii

Folder 331

1946: Kentucky

Folder 332-333

Folder 332

Folder 333

1945-1946: Nebraska

Folder 334-335

Folder 334

Folder 335

1945-1946: Nevada

Folder 336-337

Folder 336

Folder 337

1945-1946: New Hampshire

Folder 338-339

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Folder 339

1945-1946: New Jersey

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Folder 340

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1945-1946: New Mexico

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Folder 342

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1945-1946: New York

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1945-1946: North Carolina

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1945-1946: North Dakota

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1945-1946: Ohio

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1945-1946: Oklahoma

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1945-1946: Oregon

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1945-1946: Pennsylvania

Folder 356

1945-1946: Puerto Rico

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Folder 357

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1945-1946: Rhode Island

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Folder 360

1945-1946: South Carolina

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1945-1946: South Dakota

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1945-1946: Tennessee

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1945-1946: Texas

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1945-1946: Utah

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1945-1947: Vermont

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1945-1947: Virginia

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1945-1946: Washignton

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1945-1946: West Virginia

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1945-1946: Wisconsin

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1945-1946: Wyoming

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1943-1946: Correspondence to other countries

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1947: Alabama

Folder 383

1947: Arkansas

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1947: Arizona

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1947: California

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1947: Colorado

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1947: Connecticut

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1947: Delaware

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1947: District of Columbia

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1947: Florida

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1947: Georgia

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1947: Illinois

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1947: Indiana

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1947: Kansas

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1947: Kentucky

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1947: North Dakota

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1947: Louisiana

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1947: Maine

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1947: Maryland

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1947: Massachusetts

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1947: Michigan

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1947: Minnesota

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1947: Mississippi

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1947: Missouri

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1947: Montana

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1947: Nebraska

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1947: Nevada

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1947: New Hampshire

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1947: New Jersey

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1947: New Mexico

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1947: New York

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1947: North Carolina

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1947: Ohio

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1947: Oklahoma

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1947: Oregon

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1947: Pennsylvania

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1947: Rhode Island

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1947: South Carolina

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1947: South Dakota

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1947: Tennessee

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1947: Texas

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1947: Utah

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1947: Washington

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1947: West Virginia

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1947: Wisconsin

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1947: Wyoming

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.3. Speakers' Bureau Materials, 1932-1948 and undated.

About 1,400 items.

Arrangement: by subject.

Lists of people who delivered campaign speeches for Franklin D. Roosevelt and other Democratic candidates, and on behalf of New Deal reforms; correspondence with and about speakers; application blanks filled out by prospective speakers; and handwritten, typed, and mimeographed copies of some speeches. Many speeches are by Tillett herself; others are by such prominent Democrats as Secretary of Labor Frances Perkins and Vice-President Henry Wallace.

See also Volume 7.

Folder 428-431

Folder 428

Folder 429

Folder 430

Folder 431

1936: National speakers

Folder 432-435

Folder 432

Folder 433

Folder 434

Folder 435

1936: Correspondence about prospective speakers

Folder 436-445

Folder 436

Folder 437

Folder 438

Folder 439

Folder 440

Folder 441

Folder 442

Folder 443

Folder 444

Folder 445

1936: Speakers blanks, L-Z

Folder 446

1938-1940: Materials sent to Speakers' Bureau directors

Folder 447-448

Folder 447

Folder 448

1940: Speakers' Bureau correspondence

Folder 449-451

Folder 449

Folder 450

Folder 451

1940: Information on prospective speakers

Folder 452

1940: Speaker files: Baright, Clarice

Folder 453

1940: Speaker files: Barnes, Verda

Folder 454

1940: Speaker files: Bernhard, Mrs. Richard

Folder 455

1940: Speaker files: Biddle, Mrs. Anthony J. Drexel

Folder 456

1940: Speaker files: Blatt, Genevieve

Folder 457

1940: Speaker files: Collier, Mrs. Judd

Folder 458

1940: Speaker files: Douglas, Helen Gahagan

Folder 459

1940: Speaker files: Ely, Gertrude

Folder 460

1940: Speaker files: Evans, May Thompson

Folder 461

1940: Speaker files: Fletcher, Mrs. Lloyd

Folder 462

1940: Speaker files: Fritz, Blanche

Folder 463

1940: Speaker files: Fulghum, Mrs. Senter

Folder 464

1940: Speaker files: Fuller, Gertrude

Folder 465

1940: Speaker files: Galleher, Louise

Folder 466

1940: Speaker files: Hardee, Enid Broward

Folder 467

1940: Speaker files: Harriman, Mrs. J. Borden

Folder 468

1940: Speaker files: Haselkorn, Ethel

Folder 469

1940: Speaker files: Hertz, Marguerite

Folder 470

1940: Speaker files: Horting, Ruth Grigg

Folder 471

1940: Speaker files: Johnston, Mrs. Olin D.

Folder 472

1940: Speaker files: Jones, Lela Walker

Folder 473

1940: Speaker files: Kelley, Camille

Folder 474

1940: Speaker files: Krusling, Sarah

Folder 475

1940: Speaker files: Malstrom, Kathleen

Folder 476

1940: Speaker files: Marple, Mrs. Verne

Folder 477

1940: Speaker files: Miller, Emma Guffey

Folder 478

1940: Speaker files: Moorhead, Mrs. Howell

Folder 479

1940: Speaker files: Parkinson, Thelma

Folder 480

1940: Speaker files: Perkins, Frances

Folder 481

1940: Speaker files: Pinchot, Mrs. Gifford

Folder 482

1940: Speaker files: Poletti, Mrs. Charles

Folder 483

1940: Speaker files: Pratt, Mrs. Eliot

Folder 484

1940: Speaker files: Pryor, Mrs. Carl

Folder 485

1940: Speaker files: Riordan, Mame

Folder 486

1940: Speaker files: Ross, Nellie Tayloe

Folder 487

1940: Speaker files: Schaffter, Dorothy

Folder 488

1940: Speaker files: Schain, Josephine

Folder 489

1940: Speaker files: Shenefield, Mrs. Hale

Folder 490

1940: Speaker files: Stonestreet, Henrietta

Folder 491

1940: Speaker files: Strange, Miss Michael

Folder 492

1940: Speaker files: Straus, Dorothy

Folder 493

1940: Speaker files: Terry, Mrs. David

Folder 494

1940: Speaker files: Thomas, Mrs. Leonard

Folder 495

1940: Speaker files: Tone, Mrs. J. E.

Folder 496

1940: Speaker files: Van Loon, Janet

Folder 497

1940: Speaker files: White, Mrs. Arthur J.

Folder 498

1940: Speaker files: Winslow, Mary

Folder 499

1940: New Deal accomplishments in states

Folder 500

Speeches: Miscellaneous, 1940-1941

Folder 501-502

Folder 501

Folder 502

National speakers, 1940, 1943

Folder 503

Speakers' Bureau: Correspondence, 1940

Folder 504

Speakers' Bureau: Speeches and press releases, 1940

Folder 505

Biographical sketches of speakers, 1940

Folder 506

Biographies of Women's Adviroty Platform Committee members

Folder 507

Speakers' Bureau: Campaign clippings, 1940

Folder 508

Speakers' Bureau: Miscellaneous, 1940

Folder 509

New York City motorcade, 1940

Folder 510

Speech: Tillett, Gladys Avery: A.A.U.W., 21 March 1947

Folder 511

Speech: Tillett, Gladys Avery: Altoona, Pa., 1 June 1944

Folder 512

Speech: Tillett, Gladys Avery: Atlanta, Ga., 24 March 1944

Folder 513

Speech: Background material on women

Folder 514

Speeches: Barkley, Alben W.

Folder 515

Speeches: Berle, Adolf A., Jr.

Folder 516

Speeches: Biddle, Francis

Folder 517

Speech: Tillett, Gladys Avery: Boston Regional Conference, 15 May 1942

Folder 518

Speeches: Campaign speeches, 1946: Hannegan, Eleanor Roosevelt, Mrs. Herrick, etc.

Folder 519

Speech: University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N.C., 10 April 1947

Folder 520

Speech: Induction ceremonies for Mecklenburg County officials, Charlotte, N.C., 4 December 1944

Folder 521

Speech: Tillett, Gladys Avery: Charlotte Kiwanis Club, 20 August 1943

Folder 522

Speech: Tillett, Gladys Avery: Chatham, Va., 8 May 1949

Folder 523

Speech: Tillett, Gladys Avery: Chautauqua, N.Y., 7 Augsut 1942

Folder 524

Speech: Tillett, Gladys Avery: Cleveland, Ohio, 27 April 1944

Folder 525

Speech: Tillett, Gladys Avery: Columbus, Ohio, 10 May 1943

Folder 526

Speech: Conference: How Woman May Shine in Post-War Policy Making, 14 June 1944

Folder 527

Speeches: Coy, Mrs. Wayne

Folder 528

Speech: Tillett, Gladys Avery: Chicago, Ill., 9 May and 20 July 1944

Folder 529

Speech: Tillett, Gladys Avery: Convention speech, Chicago, Ill., 19 July 1944

Folder 530

Speech: Croom, Mary Graham

Folder 531

Speeches: Daniels, Josephus

Folder 532

Speech: Tillett, Gladys Avery: Des Moines, Iowa, 22 October 1941

Folder 533

Speech: Tillett, Gladys Avery, Detroit, Mich., 13 April 1944 and 22 September 1945

Folder 534

Speech: Tillett, Gladys Avery: Jackson Day Dinner speech, Detroit, Mich., 29 March 1946

Folder 535

Speech: Dewey, Thomas E., 1944

Folder 536

Speech: Elliott, Harriet

Folder 537

Speeches: Ewing, Oscar R.

Folder 538

Speeches: Farley, James A.

Folder 539

Speech: Flag Day material

Folder 540

Speeches: Flynn, Edward J.

Folder 541

Speech: Herrick, Genevieve Forbes, Dorset, Ver., 29 August 1946

Folder 542

Speeches: Grew, Joseph C.

Folder 543

Speeches: Hannegan, Robert E.

Folder 544

Speeches: Hull, Cordell

Folder 545

Speech: Tillett, Gladys Avery: Congressional district meetings, Chicago, Ill., 28 February and 7 March 1944

Folder 546

Speech: Tillett, Gladys Avery: Jackson Day Dinner speech

Folder 547

Speech: Tillett, Gladys Avery, Jefferson City, Mo., 6 October 1941

Folder 548

Speech: Tillett, Gladys Avery: State Conference of Democratic Women, Little Rock, Ark., 20 February 1946

Folder 549

Speech: Tillett, Gladys Avery, Los Angeles, Ca., 12-13 September 1941

Folder 550

Speeches: McAllister, Mrs. Thomas

Folder 551

Speech: McCormick, Anne O'Hare

Folder 552

Speech: Michigan, September 1945

Folder 553

Speech: Miller, Emma Guffey

Folder 554

Speech: Miller, Mrs. Charles H.: Speech during 1940 campaign

Folder 555

Speech: Tillett, Gladys Avery, Nashville, Tenn., 28 April 1941

Folder 556

Speech: Tillett, Gladys Avery, New London, Conn., 18 May 1944

Folder 557

Speech: Campaign speech, New York, 28 September 1944

Folder 558

Speeches: Norton, Mary T.

Folder 559

Speeches: O'Connell, Ambrose

Folder 560

Speech: Pepper, Claude: Women's National Democratic Club, 21 February 1946

Folder 561

Speeches: Perkins, Frances

Folder 562

Speech: Tillett, Gladys Avery, Pittsburgh, Pa., 18 April 1944

Folder 563

Speech: Radio programs, Charlotte, N.C.

Folder 564

Speech: Busienss and Professional Women's Club, Raleigh, N.C., 1945

Folder 565

Speech: Tillett, Gladys Avery: Red Cross, Charlotte, N.C.

Folder 566

Speeches: Rayburn, Sam

Folder 567

Speeches: Riordan, Mame

Folder 568

Speech: Tillett, Gladys Avery: Report to Democratic National Committee, Chicago, Ill., 18 January 1943

Folder 569

Speech: Roosevelt, Eleanor, St. Paul, Minn., 7 June 1941

Folder 570

Speech: Tillett, Gladys Avery: Congressional District Conference, St. Louis, Mo., 16 February 1946

Folder 571

Speech: Tillett, Gladys Avery, San Francisco, Ca., 8 September 1941

Folder 572

Speech: Satterfield, Frances G.

Folder 573

Speech: Sayre, Francis B.

Folder 574

Speech: Schain, Josephine

Folder 575

Speech: Tillett, Gladys Avery, Springfield, Ill., 17 January 1944

Folder 576

Speech: Stark, Mrs. Lloyd

Folder 577

Speech: Tillett, Gladys Avery: Statement to press

Folder 578

Speech: Syracuse, N.Y., 22 June 1944

Folder 579

Speech: Tillett, Gladys Avery, Topeka, Kan., 9 October 1941

Folder 580

Speeches: Truman, Harry S

Folder 581

Speeches: Walker, Frank C.

Folder 582

Speeches: Wallace, Henry A., Washington, D.C.

Folder 583

Speech: Tillett, Gladys Avery: Women's National Press Club, 16 November 1946

Folder 584

Speech: Women's National Democratic Club, 24 November 1941 and 22 May 1944

Folder 585-586

Folder 585

Folder 586

Speech: Women's National Democratic Club, 25 October 1946

Folder 587

Speech: Tillett, Gladys Avery: Washington Jackson Day dinner, 23 March 1946

Folder 588

Speech: Tillett, Gladys Avery, Wausau, Wisc., 6 May 1944

Folder 589

Speeches: Welles, Sumner

Folder 590

Speech: Tillett, Gladys Avery, Wheeling, W.V., 6 April 1946

Folder 591

Speeches: Wickard, Claude R.

Folder 592

Speech: Tillett, Gladys Avery, Winston-Salem, N.C.

Folder 593

Speech: Woodward, Ellen S.: Women in Public Life, 20 January 1946

Folder 594

Speech: Tillett, Gladys Avery: Womena nd Elective Office, Washington, D.C., May 1940

Folder 595

Speech: Tillett, Gladys Avery, York, Pa., 15 April 1944

Folder 596

Form letters, 1936

Folder 597

Democratic campaign, 1932

Folder 598

Inactive speakers, 1936

Folder 599-603

Folder 599

Folder 600

Folder 601

Folder 602

Folder 603

National speakers, 1936-1938

Folder 604-609

Folder 604

Folder 605

Folder 606

Folder 607

Folder 608

Folder 609

Speeches, 1941-1944

Folder 610-614

Folder 610

Folder 611

Folder 612

Folder 613

Folder 614

Lists of speakers, 1944

Folder 615

List of speakers, 1946

Folder 616-630

Folder 616

Folder 617

Folder 618

Folder 619

Folder 620

Folder 621

Folder 622

Folder 623

Folder 624

Folder 625

Folder 626

Folder 627

Folder 628

Folder 629

Folder 630

Miscellaneous speeches, 1936-1949 and undated (probably early 1940s)

Folder 631

Speaking engagements, 1946-1947

Folder 632

Speakers' kit, 1948

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.4. Democratic Women's Day Materials, 1941-1947.

About 300 items.

Mostly correspondence with state and county organizers of Democratic Women's Day, an annual fund-raising event held each September, sponsored by the Democratic National Convention's Women's Division. There are also press releases and texts of speeches concerning the occasion.

Folder 633

1941

Folder 634

1942

Folder 635

1942: Alabama

Folder 636

1942: Arizona

Folder 637

1942: Arkansas

Folder 638

1942: California

Folder 639

1942: Connecticut

Folder 640

1942: Colorado

Folder 641

1942: Delaware

Folder 642

1942: Florida

Folder 643

1942: Georgia

Folder 644

1942: Idaho

Folder 645

1942: Illinois

Folder 646

1942: Indiana

Folder 647

1942: Iowa

Folder 648

1942: Kansas

Folder 649

1942: Kentucky

Folder 650

1942: Maine

Folder 651

1942: Maryland

Folder 652

1942: Massachusetts

Folder 653

1942: Michigan

Folder 654

1942: Minnesota

Folder 655

1942: Mississippi

Folder 656

1942: Missouri

Folder 657

1942: Montana

Folder 658

1942: Nebraska

Folder 659

1942: New Hampshire

Folder 660

1942: New Jersey

Folder 661

1942: New Mexico

Folder 662

1942: New York

Folder 663

1942: Nevada

Folder 664

1942: North Carolina

Folder 665

1942: North Dakota

Folder 666

1942: Ohio

Folder 667

1942: Oklahoma

Folder 668

1942: Oregon

Folder 669

1942: Pennsylvania

Folder 670

1942: Rhode Island

Folder 671

1942: South Dakota

Folder 672

1942: South Carolina

Folder 673

1942: Tennessee

Folder 674

1942: Texas

Folder 675

1942: Utah

Folder 676

1942: Virginia

Folder 677

1942: West Virginia

Folder 678

1942: Washington

Folder 679

1942: Wyoming

Folder 680

1943

Folder 681

1944

Folder 682

1945

Folder 683

1946

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.5. Other Materials, 1943-1977.

About 1,000 items.

Correspondence, speeches by Tillett and others, press releases, newspaper clippings, political campaign fliers, and other informational literature. The materials are grouped first by decade, then by format, then chronologically.

Items from the 1930s and 1940s relate mostly to the work of the Democratic National Convention's Women's Division, and include correspondence with Molly Dewson and Lorena Hickok. Topics of the letters, as well as of the speeches and press releases, are similar to those in Subseries 1.1 and 1.3. See also Volume 11.

While Tillett was no longer vice-chair of the Democratic National Convention in the 1950s and 1960s, she continued to be active in Democratic Party politics. During the 1960 presidential campaign, when John F. Kennedy's religion became a controversial topic in the South, Tillett made a number of appearances addressing that issue. A copy of her speech, "Religious Freedom and the Ballot Box," is in folder 805. Correspondence reacting to it is also included (folder 801).

Tillett remained a participant in political affairs into the 1970s. In one of her last speeches, delivered at a regional Democratic Party conference in 1972, she called for a Women's Plank, featuring a demand for the ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment, in the National Democratic Party Platform. (folder 818).

Folder 684

1930s: Correspondence, 1932-1935

Folder 685-691

Folder 685

Folder 686

Folder 687

Folder 688

Folder 689

Folder 690

Folder 691

1930s: Correspondence, 1936

Folder 692

1930s: Correspondence, 1937

Folder 693

1930s: Correspondence, 1938

Folder 694

1930s: Correspondence, 1939 and 1930s

Folder 695

1930s: Speeches, 1935

Folder 696-697

Folder 696

Folder 697

1930s: Speeches, 1936

Folder 698

1930s: Speeches, 1937-1939

Folder 699-700

Folder 699

Folder 700

1930s: Speeches, 1930s

Folder 701-705

Folder 701

Folder 702

Folder 703

Folder 704

Folder 705

1930s: Press releases, 1936

Folder 706-709

Folder 706

Folder 707

Folder 708

Folder 709

1930s: Speakers' kit, 1933, 1936

Folder 710-712

Folder 710

Folder 711

Folder 712

1930s: Miscellaneous materials, 1930s

Folder 713

1940s: Correspondence, 1940-1941

Folder 714

1940s: Correspondence, 1942-1943

Folder 715-721

Folder 715

Folder 716

Folder 717

Folder 718

Folder 719

Folder 720

Folder 721

1940s: Correspondence, 1944

Folder 722-729

Folder 722

Folder 723

Folder 724

Folder 725

Folder 726

Folder 727

Folder 728

Folder 729

1940s: Correspondence, 1945

Folder 730

1940s: Correspondence, 1946

Folder 731-733

Folder 731

Folder 732

Folder 733

1940s: Correspondence, 1947

Folder 734

1940s: Correspondence, 1948

Folder 735

1940s: Correspondence, 1949

Folder 736-742

Folder 736

Folder 737

Folder 738

Folder 739

Folder 740

Folder 741

Folder 742

1940s: Speeches and press releases, 1940

Folder 743

1940s: Speeches and press releases, 1941

Folder 744

1940s: Speeches and press releases, 1942

Folder 745

1940s: Speeches and press releases, 1943

Folder 746-751

Folder 746

Folder 747

Folder 748

Folder 749

Folder 750

Folder 751

1940s: Speeches and press releases, 1944

Folder 752

1940s: Speeches and press releases, 1945

Folder 753

1940s: Speeches and press releases, 1946-1947

Folder 754

1940s: Speeches and press releases, 1948

Folder 755

1940s: Speeches and press releases, 1949

Folder 756

1940s: Speeches and press releases, 1940s

Folder 757

1940s: Campaign material: "Seven Years of Social Progress," 1940

Folder 758

1940s: Campaign material: CIO Political Action Committee literature, ca. 1943-1944

Folder 759

1940s: Campaign material: Young Democrats of America literature, 1948

Folder 760-767

Folder 760

Folder 761

Folder 762

Folder 763

Folder 764

Folder 765

Folder 766

Folder 767

1940s: Miscellaneous materials

Folder 768

1950s: Correspondence, 1950-1954

Folder 769

1950s: Correspondence, 1955

Folder 770-775

Folder 770

Folder 771

Folder 772

Folder 773

Folder 774

Folder 775

1950s: Correspondence, 1956

Folder 776

1950s: Correspondence, 1956-1957 (with Stephen Springarn)

Folder 777

1950s: Correspondence, 1957

Folder 778

1950s: Correspondence, 1958-1959

Folder 779

1950s: Speeches and press releases: Campaign speeches (probably Glady Avery Tillett), 1956

Folder 780

1950s: Speeches and press releases: Notes for campaign speeches, 1956

Folder 781

1950s: Speeches and press releases: 1956

Folder 782

1950s: Speeches and press releases: 1959

Folder 783-786

Folder 783

Folder 784

Folder 785

Folder 786

1950s: Miscellaneous materials, 1950-1955

Folder 787

1950s: Miscellaneous materials: Stevenson campaign materials from Florida, 1956

Folder 788

1950s: Miscellaneous materials: Printed emphemera from Stevenson campaign

Folder 789-794

Folder 789

Folder 790

Folder 791

Folder 792

Folder 793

Folder 794

1950s: Miscellaneous materials, 1956-1958

Folder 795

1950s: Miscellaneous materials: Election facts and figures for southern states, 1958?

Folder 796

1950s: Miscellaneous materials, 1959

Folder 797

1950s: Miscellaneous materials: Democratic Women's Club, Meriden, Conn, 1950s

Folder 798

1950s: Miscellaneous materials: 1950s

Folder 799-800

Folder 799

Folder 800

1960s: Correspondence, 1960

Folder 801

1960s: Correspondence: John Fitzgerald Kennedy's Catholicism, 1960

Folder 802

1960s: Correspondence, 1961

Folder 803

1960s: Correspondence, 1962-1965

Folder 804

1960s: Correspondence, 1966-1969

Folder 805-806

Folder 805

Folder 806

1960s: Speeches and press releases, 1960

Folder 807

1960s: Correspondence, 1964

Folder 808-809

Folder 808

Folder 809

1960s: Miscellaneous materials:

Folder 808

Folder 809

1960s: Miscellaneous materials: Fact sheets, 1960

Folder 810

1960s: Miscellaneous materials: 1960

Folder 811

1960s: Miscellaneous materials: John Fitzgerald Kennedy's Catholicism

Folder 812

1960s: Miscellaneous materials: 1961-1963

Folder 813-814

Folder 813

Folder 814

1960s: Miscellaneous materials: 1964

Folder 815

1960s: Miscellaneous materials: Materials from Republican Women's Conference, 1965

Folder 816

1960s: Miscellaneous materials: 1966-1968

Folder 817

1970s: Correspondence, 1970-1977

Folder 818

1970s: Miscellaneous materials: 1970-1977

Folder 819

1950s-1970s: Materials about the "Extreme Right Wing," 1960-1970s

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 2. United Nations Materials, 1945-1975 and undated.

About 2,500 items.

Correspondence, speeches, articles, press releases, itineraries, minutes of meetings, and other materials pertaining to the United Nations. Tillett attended the United Nation's founding conference in San Francisco in 1945, co-chaired the North Carolina Association for the United Nations from 1954 to 1958, and, in 1961, was appointed by President Kennedy to represent the United States on the United Nation's Commission on the Status of Women, a position she held until 1968.

With the exception of Subseries 2.1, General Subject Files, items in Series 2 were not in folders when they arrived, and arrangement was imposed on them during processing.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 2.1. General Subject Files, 1945-1968 and undated.

About 140 items.

Letters, speeches, promotional literature, and other items relating to the founding of the United Nations, to United Nations conferences and seminars in which Tillett participated, and to Tillett's overseas travels on United Nations business.

Folder 820

1945: Dumbarton Oaks Conference

Folder 820a

1945: Dumbarton Oaks Radio Conference, May-November

Folder 821

1945: Dumbarton Oaks "Kit"

Folder 822

1945: San Francisco Conference

Folder 823-824

Folder 823

Folder 824

1957: United Nations Day

Folder 825

1962: Burma

Folder 826

1963: Women's Civil Rights Meeting

Folder 827

1963: African-American Institute

Folder 828

1965: Mongolia

Folder 829

1965: Delegates' manual

Folder 830

1965: I.C.Y. Citizens' Committee on Women

Folder 831-832

Folder 831

Folder 832

1967: Seminar on Civic and Political Education of Women

Folder 833

1968: Seminar on Civic and Political Education of Women

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 2.2. Correspondence, 1945-1970 and undated.

About 1,160 items.

Letters and memos to and from Tillett and other United Nations representatives, members of Congress, State Department officials, and private citizens. Topics discussed include United Nations programs and projects, and such related activities as the establishment of the Eleanor Roosevelt Memorial Foundation. There are also requests for Tillett to speak on the United Nations before various groups, including the Daughters of the American Revolution and the National Council of Negro Women.

Folder 834

1945

Folder 835-836

Folder 835

Folder 836

1946

Folder 837

1947

Folder 838

1952-1956

Folder 839

1957-1959

Folder 840

1960-January 1961

Folder 841-852

Folder 841

Folder 842

Folder 843

Folder 844

Folder 845

Folder 846

Folder 847

Folder 848

Folder 849

Folder 850

Folder 851

Folder 852

February-December 1961

Folder 853-858

Folder 853

Folder 854

Folder 855

Folder 856

Folder 857

Folder 858

1962

Folder 859-864

Folder 859

Folder 860

Folder 861

Folder 862

Folder 863

Folder 864

1963

Folder 865-869

Folder 865

Folder 866

Folder 867

Folder 868

Folder 869

1964

Folder 870-875

Folder 870

Folder 871

Folder 872

Folder 873

Folder 874

Folder 875

1965

Folder 876-880

Folder 876

Folder 877

Folder 878

Folder 879

Folder 880

1966

Folder 881-885

Folder 881

Folder 882

Folder 883

Folder 884

Folder 885

1967

Folder 886-889

Folder 886

Folder 887

Folder 888

Folder 889

1968

Folder 890

1969

Folder 891

1970

Folder 892

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 2.3. Speeches, Addresses, and Essays, 1946-1975 and undated.

About 1,000 items.

Handwritten, typed, and mimeographed copies of speeches by Tillett (folders 893-932) and by others (folders 933-947), presented during United Nations sessions, concerning the Commission on the Status of Women, or before more general audiences, promoting the work of the United Nations.

Readers should note that many of these items are incomplete, and that in some cases attributions of dates and authorship of the speeches are tentative.

Folder 893

By Gladys Avery Tillett: 1946-1949

Folder 894

By Gladys Avery Tillett: 1950-1959

Folder 895-897

Folder 895

Folder 896

Folder 897

By Gladys Avery Tillett: 1961

Folder 898-899

Folder 898

Folder 899

By Gladys Avery Tillett: 1962

Folder 900-905

Folder 900

Folder 901

Folder 902

Folder 903

Folder 904

Folder 905

By Gladys Avery Tillett: 1963

Folder 906-909

Folder 906

Folder 907

Folder 908

Folder 909

By Gladys Avery Tillett: 1964

Folder 910-917

Folder 910

Folder 911

Folder 912

Folder 913

Folder 914

Folder 915

Folder 916

Folder 917

By Gladys Avery Tillett: 1965

Folder 918-923

Folder 918

Folder 919

Folder 920

Folder 921

Folder 922

Folder 923

By Gladys Avery Tillett: 1966

Folder 924-926

Folder 924

Folder 925

Folder 926

By Gladys Avery Tillett: 1967

Folder 927-928

Folder 927

Folder 928

By Gladys Avery Tillett: 1968

Folder 929

By Gladys Avery Tillett: 1969, 1970, 1974, 1974

Folder 930-932

Folder 930

Folder 931

Folder 932

By Gladys Avery Tillett: Undated

Folder 933

By others: 1946-1949

Folder 934

By others: 1951-1956

Folder 935

By others: 1961

Folder 936

By others: 1962

Folder 937-938

Folder 937

Folder 938

By others: 1963

Folder 939-940

Folder 939

Folder 940

By others: 1964

Folder 941-942

Folder 941

Folder 942

By others: 1965

Folder 943

By others: 1966

Folder 944

By others: 1967

Folder 945

By others: 1968

Folder 946

By others: 1969-1972

Folder 947

By others: Undated

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 2.4. Other Materials, 1946-1975 and undated.

About 200 items.

Notices, agendas, and minutes of meetings, itineraries for overseas travel, informational literature, and other items relating to Tillett's United Nations responsibilities.

Folder 948

1940s

Folder 949

1950s

Folder 950

1960

Folder 951-952

Folder 951

Folder 952

1961

Folder 953-954

Folder 953

Folder 954

1962

Folder 955-956

Folder 955

Folder 956

1963

Folder 957

1964

Folder 958-960

Folder 958

Folder 959

Folder 960

1965

Folder 961

1966

Folder 962

1967

Folder 963

1968

Folder 964

1969-1975

Folder 965-967

Folder 965

Folder 966

Folder 967

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 3. Frank Porter Graham Materials, 1930-1973 and undated.

About 1,700 items.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 3.1. Senatorial Campaign Materials, 1949-1950 and undated.

About 1,500 items.

Arrangement: by format.

Correspondence, lists of people to contact, including those compiled by the all-female Committee of Two Thousand, speeches and press releases, news articles, and political advertisements relating to Graham's unsuccessful campaign against Willis Smith for the Democratic Party's nomination for United States senator in the spring of 1950. Gladys and Charles Tillett and their daughters, especially Gladys Tillett Coddington, worked vigorously for Graham; much of the correspondence is addressed to the daughters.

Of particular interest are materials pertaining to the defamatory rhetoric and use of innuendo that Smith's supporters directed against Graham. Items in folders 993 through 996, for example, are mainly speeches and research notes refuting the suggestion that Graham was a Communist and other accusations. There are also pro-Smith and pro-Graham fliers and newspaper advertisements.

Folder 968

Outgoing correspondence

Folder 969-979

Folder 969

Folder 970

Folder 971

Folder 972

Folder 973

Folder 974

Folder 975

Folder 976

Folder 977

Folder 978

Folder 979

Incoming correspondence (arranged alphabetically by county)

Folder 980

Other incoming correspondence

Folder 981-983

Folder 981

Folder 982

Folder 983

Committee of Two Thousand

Folder 984-988

Folder 984

Folder 985

Folder 986

Folder 987

Folder 988

Lists of names (arranged alphabetically by county)

Folder 989-990

Folder 989

Folder 990

Lists of names (arranged alphabetically by town/city)

Folder 991

Other lists of names

Folder 992

Newspaper articles

Folder 993

Speeches and statements by Frank Porter Graham

Folder 994

Speeches and statements about Frank Porter Graham

Folder 995

Pro-Frank Porter Graham ads, editorials, ephemera

Folder 996

Notes for combating Smith campaign tactics

Folder 997

Speeches against Frank Porter Graham by Fulton Lewis, Jr., 1949

Folder 998

Anti-Frank Porter Graham ads, editorials, ephemera

Folder 999

Other items

Folder 1000

Duplicates

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 4. Women's Rights Materials, 1922-1977 and undated.

About 475 items.

See also Subseries 5.3, folders 1167-1170 and 1176; and Series 7, folders 1230-1231.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.1. League of Women Voters Materials, 1922-1974 and undated.

About 80 items.

Correspondence, press releases, informational literature, and other materials relating to the activities of the national and North Carolina League of Women Voters organizations. Gladys Avery Tillett founded North Carolina's first county-wide chapter of the League of Women Voters in the early 1920s and became a state president of the organization in 1934.

Materials in this subseries from about 1950 on are mostly printed documents prepared by the League of Women Voters, such as non-partisan voter information, and literature urging passage of the Equal Rights Amendment.

Folder 1021

Correspondence, 1922-1935, 1960-1968, and undated

Folder 1022

Correspondence: Carrie Chapman Catt MemorialFund, 1949-1959

Folder 1023

Other material, 1923-1945

Folder 1024

Other material, 1950s-1970s and undated

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.2. Equal Rights Amendment Materials, 1938-1977 and undated.

About 220 items.

Correspondence, speeches by Tillett and others, clippings, newsletters, brochures, and other materials concerning efforts toward the passage of the Equal Rights Amendment. Tillett was president of North Carolina's E.R.A. United in 1974 and 1975, and made many public appearances in support of the amendment.

See also Volume 12.

Folder 1025

Correspondence, 1938-1973

Folder 1026

Correspondence, 1974

Folder 1027

Correspondence, 1975-1977 and undated

Folder 1028

Speeches, 1930s, 1971-1972

Folder 1029

Speeches, 1973

Folder 1030

Speeches, 1974

Folder 1031

Speeches, 1975-1977

Folder 1032

Speeches, undated (probably early 1970s)

Folder 1033

Speeches: Incomplete copies

Folder 1034

Newspaper and magazine clippings, 1956-1972

Folder 1035

Newspaper and magazine clippings, 1973

Folder 1036

Newspaper and magazine clippings, 1974-1975

Folder 1037

Newspaper and magazine clippings, 1976-1977

Folder 1038

Newspaper and magazine clippings, undated

Folder 1038a

Excerpts from the Congressional Record, 1963-1976

Folder 1038b

Literature from the Citizens' Advisory Council on the Status of Women

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Folder 1039

Folder 1040

Folder 1041

Miscellaneous informational literature; Anti ERA literature

Folder 1042

ERA United: Minutes of meetings, membership lists, etc.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 4.3. Other Women's Issues, 1940-1977 and undated.

About 175 items.

Correspondence, speeches and writings by Tillett and others, clippings, and materials from organizations and agencies with which Tillett was affiliated. These items pertain to the changing status of women in such areas as employment opportunities, politics, and religion.

Folder 1043

Correspondence, 1936-1954

Folder 1044

Correspondence, 1955-1957

Folder 1045

Speeches and writings by Gladys Avery Tillett, 1944-1955

Folder 1046

Speeches and writings by Gladys Avery Tillett, 1966-1968

Folder 1047

Speeches and writings by Gladys Avery Tillett, undated

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Folder 1048

Folder 1049

Speeches and writings by others, ca. 1962-1974

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Folder 1051

Folder 1052

Newspaper and magazine clippings

Folder 1053

Organizations: Women's Centennial Congress, 1950

Folder 1054

Organizations: International Assembly of Women, 1946

Folder 1055

Organizations: Committee on Women in World Affairs, ca. 1946-1947

Folder 1056

Organizations: President's Commission on the Status of Women, 1963-1964

Folder 1057

Organizations: Charlotte Women's Political Caucus, ca. 1974-1976

Folder 1058

Organizations: Various, ca. 1960-1977

Folder 1059

Women's representatives to international conferences, 1942-1946

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Folder 1060

Folder 1061

Miscellaneous, ca. 1963-1975

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 5. North Carolina Materials, 1919-1978 and undated.

About 1,100 items.

Correspondence, speeches, articles, brochures, reports, lists, and other items relating to state and local political campaigns and civic organizations in which Tillett was active.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 5.1. North Carolina Democratic Party Materials, 1920-1977 and undated.

About 450 items.

Letters, speeches, lists of party officials and precinct workers, campaign literature, and other materials that pertain to the activities of the North Carolina Democratic Party, of which Tillett was vice-chair from 1934 to 1936, and to the political campaigns of Democratic candidates in numerous state and local elections.

folders 1062 through 1129 are files of Annie Land O'Berry (d. 1944), who preceded Tillett as state party vice-chair. These folders contain mostly copies of letters written in 1932 by O'Berry to party members in various counties. Items in folders 1130 through 1148 are Tillett's; they arrived in no particular order, and arrangement was imposed on them during processing.

Folder 1062

1st District: Beaufort County

Folder 1063

1st District: Camden County

Folder 1064

1st District: Chowan County

Folder 1065

1st District: Currituck County

Folder 1066

1st District: Dare County

Folder 1067

1st District: Gates County

Folder 1068

1st District: Hertford County

Folder 1069

1st District: Hyde County

Folder 1070

1st District: Martin County

Folder 1071

1st District: Pasquotank County

Folder 1072

1st District: Perquimans County

Folder 1073

1st District: Pitt County

Folder 1074

1st District: Tyrell County

Folder 1075

1st District: Washington County

Folder 1076

1st District: Vice-Chair: Ethel Parker

Folder 1077

2nd District: Bertie County

Folder 1078

2nd District: Edgecombe County

Folder 1079

2nd District: Green County

Folder 1080

2nd District: Halifax County

Folder 1081

2nd District: Northampton County

Folder 1082

2nd District: Lenoir County

Folder 1083

2nd District: Warren County

Folder 1084

2nd District: Wilson County

Folder 1085

3rd District: Carteret County

Folder 1086

3rd District: Craven County

Folder 1087

3rd District: Duplin County

Folder 1088

3rd District: Jones County

Folder 1089

3rd District: Onslow County

Folder 1090

3rd District: Pamlico County

Folder 1091

3rd District: Pender County

Folder 1092

3rd District: Sampson County

Folder 1093

3rd District: Wayne County

Folder 1094

3rd District: Vice-Chair: Mrs. Marshall Williams

Folder 1095

4th District: Chatham County

Folder 1096

4th District: Franklin County

Folder 1097

4th District: Johnston County

Folder 1098

4th District: Nash County

Folder 1099

4th District: Vance County

Folder 1100

4th District: Wake County

Folder 1101

4th District: Vice-Chair: Mrs. T. J. Lassiter

Folder 1102

5th District: Alamance County

Folder 1103

5th District: Caswell County

Folder 1104

5th District: Durham County

Folder 1105

5th District: Forsyth County

Folder 1106

5th District: Guilford County

Folder 1107

5th District: Granville County

Folder 1108

5th District: Orange County

Folder 1109

5th District: Person County

Folder 1110

5th District: Rockingham County

Folder 1111

5th District: Stokes County

Folder 1112

5th District: Surry County

Folder 1113

5th District: Vice-Chair: Lona Glidewell

Folder 1114

6th District: New Hanover County

Folder 1115

6th District: Vice-Chair: Mrs. R. D. Everett

Folder 1116

7th District: Bladen County

Folder 1117

7th District: Columbus County

Folder 1118

7th District: Cumberland County

Folder 1119

7th District: Harnett County

Folder 1120

7th District: Randolph County

Folder 1121

7th District: Vice-Chair: Mrs. Charles Rose

Folder 1122

List of county vice-chairs, 1930

Folder 1123-1124

Folder 1123

Folder 1124

Form copies of letters, 1930-1932, 1934

Folder 1125

Executive Committee, 1932

Folder 1126

Miscellaneous, 1932

Folder 1127

Democratic National Campaign Committee

Folder 1128

Democratic National Campaign Committee: Mary Dewson, Director, Women's Division

Folder 1129

Democratic National Campaign Committee: J. C. B. Ehringhaus

Folder 1130

Democratic National Campaign Committee: Correspondence, 1928-1935

Folder 1131

Democratic National Campaign Committee: Miscellaneous, 1920s

Folder 1132

Democratic National Campaign Committee: Correspondence, 1936-1939

Folder 1133

Democratic National Campaign Committee: Speeches by Tillett and others

Folder 1134

Democratic National Campaign Committee: List of officials, 1932-1934

Folder 1135

Democratic National Campaign Committee: Democratic Digest subscriptions, 1930s

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Folder 1136

Folder 1137

Women workers by county, 1930s?

Folder 1138

Other lists, 1930s?

Folder 1139

Press releases and other materials, 1930s

Folder 1140

Correspondence and other materials, 1940s

Folder 1141

Correspondence, 1950s

Folder 1142

Miscellaneous, 1950s

Folder 1143

Correspondence, 1960s

Folder 1144

Speeches and miscellaneous, 1960s

Folder 1145

Terry Sanford's campaign and governorship, 1960-1965

Folder 1146

Correspondence, 1970s

Folder 1147

Speeches and miscellaneous, 1970s

Folder 1148

Miscellaneous, undated

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 5.2. University of North Carolina Material, 1919-1977 and undated.

About 150 items.

Correspondence, brochures, newsletters, minutes of meetings, and other materials concerning the University of North Carolina systems. Tillett graduated from the North Carolina College for Women (which later became the University of North Carolina at Greensboro) in 1915 and from the University of North Carolina (Chapel Hill) in 1917, and served on the Board of Trustees of the Consolidated University from 1952 to 1961. folder 1153 contains Tillett's correspondence with Harriet Elliott (1884-1947), her influential teacher, long-time friend, and fellow Democratic Party worker.

Folder 1149-1152

Folder 1149

Folder 1150

Folder 1151

Folder 1152

University of North Carolina System

Folder 1153

Woman's College of the University of North Carolina: Correspondence with Harriet Elliott, 1942-1947

Folder 1154

Woman's College of the University of North Carolina: Alumni Association materials, 1940-1947

Folder 1155

Woman's College of the University of North Carolina: Legislative Committee of Alumnae Association, 1944-1947

Folder 1156

Woman's College of the University of North Carolina: Selection of chancellor, 1955-1956

Folder 1157

Woman's College of the University of North Carolina: Miscellaneous, 1920s-1970s

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 5.3. Other North Carolina Materials, 1923-1978 and undated.

About 500 items.

Correspondence, speeches, informational literature, financial materials, and other items that document Tillett's participation in such state and local organizations as the North Carolina Women's Political Caucus and the Charlotte Y.W.C.A.

See also Volume 1.

Folder 1158

American Cancer Society, 1946

Folder 1159

American Association of University Women, 1940s-1960s

Folder 1160

American National Red Cross, 1940s

Folder 1161

Blue Ridge School of Virginia

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Folder 1163

William Bobbitt campaign materials, 1938

Folder 1164

Charlotte mayoral campaign, 1943

Folder 1165

Federation of Women's Clubs, 1940s-1960s

Folder 1166

Golden Rule Foundation, 1946

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Folder 1170

Governor's Commission on the Status of Women, 1964

Folder 1171

John R. Joel, Charlotte, N.C.

Folder 1172

Little Theater, Charlotte, N.C.

Folder 1173

Mecklenburg County Board of Commissioners: Clippings about Liz Hair

Folder 1174

North Carolina Good Health Association, 1946

Folder 1175

North Carolina Speaker Ban Law: Speech, 1950s

Folder 1176

North Carolina Women's Political Caucus

Folder 1177

Presbyterian Church, Charlotte, N.C.

Folder 1178

Double Oaks Nursery

Folder 1179-1181

Folder 1179

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Folder 1181

Division of Negro Work: Correspondence, 1951-1955

Folder 1182

Division of Negro Work: Other materials, 1951-1954

Folder 1183

Division of Negro Work: Financial statements, 1955

Folder 1184

Division of Negro Work: Church bulletins and newsletters, 1955

Folder 1185

Division of Negro Work: Other materials

Folder 1186

Anne Firor Scott: "Southern Women as Political and Social Reformers in the 1920s"

Folder 1187

Southern Conference on Human Welfare, 1940s

Folder 1188

U.S.O., Mecklenburg County, N.C., 1940s

Folder 1189

Veterans' Neuropsychiatric Hospital, Charlotte, N.C.

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Folder 1191

War savings staff, North Carolina

Folder 1192

Y.W.C.A.: National Public Affairs Committee, 1940s

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Folder 1194

Y.W.C.A.: North Carolina public affairs, 1940s

Folder 1195

Y.W.C.A.: Southern regional conferences, 1940s

Folder 1196

Miscellaneous correspondence, 1930s-1960s

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Folder 1203

Folder 1204

Folder 1205

Miscellaneous materials: 1920s-1970s

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 6. Personal Materials, 1910-1977 and undated.

About 300 items.

Correspondence, clippings, genealogical information, financial records, and other items. Most of this series consists of letters to Tillett from relatives and friends. Included are letters from people whom Tillett knew from her work with the Democratic National Committee that are informal rather than Democratic National Convention-related. Frequent correspondents include Molly Dewson, India Edwards, and Alice Morrison.

Folder 1206

Personal correspondence, 1910s

Folder 1207

Personal correspondence, 1920s

Folder 1208

Personal correspondence, 1930s

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Folder 1209

Folder 1210

Personal correspondence,1940s

Folder 1211

Personal correspondence, 1950s

Folder 1212

Personal correspondence: Letters of condolence, 1952-1953

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Folder 1214

Personal correspondence, 1960s

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Folder 1216

Personal correspondence, 1970s

Folder 1217

Personal correspondence, undated

Folder 1218

Biographical and genealogical materials: Gladys Avery Tillett and Charles Tillett

Folder 1219

Biographical and genealogical materials: Other relatives

Folder 1220

Tillett-Coddington wedding invitation list

Folder 1221

Tillett-Folger wedding materials

Folder 1222-1223

Folder 1222

Folder 1223

Miscellaneous materials

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 7. Other Papers, 1922-1977 and undated.

About 550 items.

Correspondence, speeches and writings, informational literature, and other items pertaining mostly to causes and organizations that are national or international in scope, and news clippings about Tillett and her work that date from the early 1920s to the mid-1970s.

Folder 1224

Overseas packages, 1940s

Folder 1225

Famine relief, 1946

Folder 1226-1229

Folder 1226

Folder 1227

Folder 1228

Folder 1229

Women's Action Committee for Victory and Lasting Peace, 1944-1947

Folder 1230

Commissions on the status of women, 1960s

Folder 1231

Family planning materials, 1965

Folder 1232

Gerald Ford administration record on aging, 1976

Folder 1233

Miscellaneous speeches and writings, 1940s-1960s

Folder 1234

News clippings, 1920s

Folder 1235-1238

Folder 1235

Folder 1236

Folder 1237

Folder 1238

News clippings, 1930s

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Folder 1240

Folder 1241

Folder 1242

Folder 1243

Folder 1244

Folder 1245

News clippings, 1940s

Folder 1246

News clippings, 1950s

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Folder 1249

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Folder 1252

Folder 1253

Folder 1254

News clippings, 1960s

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News clippings, 1970s

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Folder 1258

Miscellaneous materials, 1910-1970 and undated

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 8. Volumes.

13 items.
Folder 1259

V-4385/1. Gladys Avery Tillett's notes for a course in teaching history to children, ca. 1911-1915. 80 pp. and loose sheets.

Folder 1260

V-4385/2. Minutes of meetings of the Mecklenburg County League of Women Voters, February-November 1922. The volume itself has about 370 pp, 60 of which contain writing.

Oversize Volume SV-4385/3

"Literature Book of Room 413." The Democratic Nationa Committee's Women's Division's collection of handbills, pamphlets, and other informational literature about Franklin Roosevelt and New Deal programs, 1936. 104 pp.

Folder 1261

V-4385/4. Clippings about Tillett family activities, mostly concerning Gladys Avery Tillett's Democratic National Committee work, ca. 1934-1940. About 200 pp.

Folder 1262

V-4385/5. Clippings about Democratic National Committee activities, 1936. About 100 pp.

Oversize Volume SV-4385/6

Album of clippings, apparently originally belonging to Mary C. Cummings of the Tennessee Department of Conservation in Nashville, concerning Democratic National Committee activities, especially the regional conference of its Women's Division, held in Nashville in April 1941. About 150 pp.

Oversize Volume SV-4385/7

"Speaker's Bureau, Women's Division, Newspaper Clippings." Articles about the 1940 presidential campaign, mostly from New York and Philadelphia papers. About 100 pp.

Oversize Volume SV-4385/8

Clippings about the 1944 presidential campaign, mostly from Charlotte, N.C., newspapers. About 125 pp.

Oversize Volume SV-4385/9

Mostly newspaper clippings concerning Gladys Avery Tillett's Democratic National Committee activities, and some articles about her husband and children. Also includes several notes from Eleanor Roosevelt, Grace Tully, and Josephus Daniels, 1941. About 200 pp.

Folder 1263

V-4385/10. Clippings about Democratic Party activities, and related political events, 1934-1960. About 75 pp.

Folder 1264

V-4385/11. Itineraries, lists of people to contact, letters, and clippings concerning Lady Bird Johnson's "Whistle Stop" campaign in the South, 1964. About 200 pp.

Folder 1265

V-4385/12. Articles of incorporation, minutes of meetings, speeches, and other materials relating to the activities of E.R.A. United in North Carolina, 1974-1975. About 175 pp.

Folder 1266

V-4385/13. Part one of Warren Ashby's biography of Frank Porter Graham (carbon of typescript), ca. 1960. 58 pp.

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260 items.
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Gladys Avery Tillett as a child; a young woman; with her husband and his parents; with her two older children; and in a Charlotte, N.C., Little Theater production of Little Women. Ca. 1898-1935.

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Formal portraits of Gladys Avery Tillett, ca. 1900-1975.

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Gladys Avery Tillett at various Democratic National Committee events: with Harriet Elliott; with Molly Dewson; at lunch with Eleanor Roosevelt and others; and at conventions in Wichita, Indiana, and Chicago. 1936-1944.

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Democratic National Committee photographs of Gladys Avery Tillett and others: with Eleanor Roosevelt in 1945; at conferences in 1946 and 1948; and with Lady Bird Johnson in 1964.

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Gladys Avery Tillett at a meeting in San Francisco in 1944; and at the Second National Conference on UNESCO in Cleveland in 1949.

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Gladys Avery Tillett at United Nations-related functions: with President John F. Kennedy and others; in Nigeria, Taiwan, and Burma, and at United Nations headquarters in New York, 1960-1962.

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Gladys Avery Tillett at United Nations events in Ghana, Colombia, Togo, Iran, Mongolia, and Geneva, 1963-1967.

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Gladys Avery Tillett and others (mostly unidentified), at Democratic National Convention and United Nations meetings and conferences, ca. 1940-1968.

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Gladys Avery Tillett and others, apparently at various United Nations-related events, ca. 1960-1968.

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Publicity stills and formal portraits of Gladys Avery Tillett's Democratic National Convention colleagues, including Molly Dewson, James Farley, Harriet Elliott, Lorena Hickok, Josephine Schain, and India Edwards. Ca. 1934-1946.

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Publicity stills of various Democratic figures, including aviator Phoebe Omlie, who barnstormed for Franklin Delano Roosevelt in 1932 and 1936; Senator Maureen Neuberg; Dean Rusk; Lyndon Johnson and his family; and Eleanor Roosevelt. Ca. 1936-1963.

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Mostly unidentified people, presumably at Democratic Party events, ca. 1932-1948.

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Group photos. of attendees (mostly identified) at the Fourth General Conference of UNESCO, Paris, 1949.

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Unidentified participants in United Nations events in Nigeria, Togo, and unidentified places, 1961-1964.

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Delegates at the United Nations Seminar for the Advancement of Women in Manila, Philippines, 1966. P-4385/182-190 feature the Philippine president and first lady, Ferdinand and Imelda Marcos.

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Unidentified people at United Nations-related events, ca. 1961-1968.

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Copies and original pictures of Charles Tillett, probably during his student days at Chapel Hill, and some of his friends, including Kemp D. Battle and Francis Edward Winslow. Ca. 1906-1909.

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Kemp Plummer Battle as president of the University of North Carolina, ca. 1876-1891.

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Josephus and Addie Daniels, 1940.

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Frank Porter Graham, as a young man; in his Marine uniform; at University of North Carolina ceremonies; as a United Nations representative; and in later years. Ca. 1906-1980.

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Mrs. Harris T. Baldwin of the National League of Women Voters, 1925.

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Publicity still of Mary McLeod Bethune, ca. 1940-1950.

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Images apparently documenting the construction of the South Tryon Presbyterian Church in Charlotte, N.C., 1955.

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Unidentified young woman, ca. 1920s, and unidentified young man, ca. 1965-1975.

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Avery family home in Morganton, N.C., ca. 1955-1965.

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North Carolina mountains, 1935.

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Series of mounted photographic portraits, originally in frames. Most are unidentified, but subjects are probably friends of Tillett from the Democratic National Committee.

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Molly Dewson at her desk, cal 1933-1940.

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Eleanor Roosevelt and an unidentified woman, ca. 1933-1945.

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Two unidentified women (one on right may be Molly Dewson) eating hot dogs at a Democratic Party picnic, ca. 1933-1940.

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Bob S. Kerr, founder of Kerr Drugs, ca. 1955-1965.

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Two unidentified portraits (possibly of the same woman), ca. 1920-1935.

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Bust of Franklin D. Roosevelt, ca. 1946-1956.

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Series of pictures of group meetings and dinners, mostly Democratic Party-related, 1928-1949.

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Instantaneous Disc FD-4385/1

Speech by Gladys Avery Tillett at the Democratic National Convention, Chicago, 19 July 1944: disc 1

Instantaneous Disc

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Speech by Gladys Avery Tillett at the Democratic National Convention, Chicago, 19 July 1944: disc 2

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Speech by Gladys Avery Tillett at the Democratic National Convention, Chicago, 19 July 1944: disc 3

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Instantaneous Disc FD-4385/4

Speech by Gladys Avery Tillett at the Democratic National Convention, Chicago, 19 July 1944: disc 4

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Instantaneous Disc FD-4385/5

Speech by Gladys Avery Tillett at the Democratic National Convention, Chicago, 19 July 1944: disc 5

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Instantaneous Disc FD-4385/6

"Listen Ladies,": Speech by Gladys Avery Tillett, 8 March 1945: disc 1

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Instantaneous Disc FD-4385/7

"Listen Ladies,": Speech by Gladys Avery Tillett, 8 March 1945: disc 2

Instantaneous Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-4385/8

"Listen Ladies,": Speech by Gladys Avery Tillett, 8 March 1945: disc 3

Instantaneous Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-4385/9

"Listen Ladies,": Speech by Gladys Avery Tillett, 8 March 1945: disc 4

Instantaneous Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-4385/10

"Listen Ladies,": Speech by Gladys Avery Tillett, 8 March 1945: disc 5

Instantaneous Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-4385/11

Speech by Gladys Avery Tillett, possibly at the Democratic National Convention, Philadelphia, 1948: disc 1

Instantaneous Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-4385/12

Speech by Gladys Avery Tillett, possibly at the Democratic National Convention, Philadelphia, 1948: disc 2

Instantaneous Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-4385/13

Four copies of a speech by Gladys Avery Tillett for Frank Porter Graham's senatorial campaign, 1950: disc 1

Instantaneous Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-4385/14

Four copies of a speech by Gladys Avery Tillett for Frank Porter Graham's senatorial campaign, 1950: disc 2

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Instantaneous Disc FD-4385/15

Four copies of a speech by Gladys Avery Tillett for Frank Porter Graham's senatorial campaign, 1950: disc 3

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Instantaneous Disc FD-4385/16

Four copies of a speech by Gladys Avery Tillett for Frank Porter Graham's senatorial campaign, 1950: disc 4

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Instantaneous Disc FD-4385/17

Speech by Mrs. Charles Doak for Frank Porter Graham, 1950

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Speech by Mrs. Frank Dowd for Frank Porter Graham, 1950

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Radio dramatization for Frank Porter Graham campaign (two North Carolina farmers talking), 1950

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Radio dramatization for Frank Porter Graham campaign (Graham in the Marines), 1950: copy 1

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Instantaneous Disc FD-4385/21

Radio dramatization for Frank Porter Graham campaign (Graham in the Marines), 1950: copy 2

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Instantaneous Disc FD-4385/22

Parts of a speech by Gladys Avery Tillett, 1944: disc 1

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Parts of a speech by Gladys Avery Tillett, 1944: disc 2

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Instantaneous Disc FD-4385/24

"Hello Lyndon," sung by Ed Ames at the Democratic National Convention, 1964

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Instantaneous Disc FD-4385/25

Speech of Gladys Avery Tillett before the Democratic National Committee, 13 July 1948: disc 1

Instantaneous Disc

Instantaneous Disc FD-4385/26

Speech of Gladys Avery Tillett before the Democratic National Committee, 13 July 1948: disc 2

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Instantaneous Disc FD-4385/27

Thirty-second political announcement for Frank Porter Graham by Judge Hubert Olive, 1950

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Instantaneous Disc FD-4385/28

Political speech by Gladys Avery Tillett on behalf of Frank Porter Graham, 1950

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Instantaneous Disc FD-4385/29

Two political announcements (thirty seconds and one minute) for Frank Porter Graham, 1950

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Audiotape T-4385/1

Gladys Avery Tillett giving her speech, "Religious Freedom and the Ballot Box," September 1960

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Written copies are in folder 805

Audiotape T-4385/2

Part 3 of a dramatization of Democracy in America by Alexis de Tocqueville, dealing with women in society, WBT radio, Charlotte, December 1962

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Gladys Avery Tillett is one of three commenting panelists

Audiotape T-4385/3

Gladys Avery Tillett speaking on "Women, Human Rights, and the United Nations," ca. 1963.: tape 1

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Audiotape T-4385/4

Gladys Avery Tillett speaking on "Women, Human Rights, and the United Nations," ca. 1963: tape 2

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Audiotape T-4385/5

Gladys Avery Tillett addressing North Carolina voters on Barry Goldwater, 1964

1/4" Open Reel Audio

A slightly altered version of this speech is in folder 807

Audiotape T-4385/6

Gladys Avery Tillett being interviewed about women's voting power and the potential for a multi-party system in the United States, 1968

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Audiotape T-4385/7

Charles Evers, mayor of Fayette, Miss., speaking in Charlotte, N.C., 1970

1/4" Open Reel Audio

Folder 1267

Documentation: VT-4385/1

Printed materials related to VT-4385/1

Videotape VT-4385/1

Performance of play about Gladys Avery Tillett's life commissioned by the League of Women Voters of Charlotte-Mecklenburg, Charlotte Repertory Theater, Charlotte, N.C., 20 May 1995

VHS

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Additions of 1997 and 1998 (Acc. 97165, 98193, 98200, 98217).

About 450 items.

Speeches, publications, clippings, and correspondence documenting Gladys Avery Tillett's activities with the Democratic National Committee, the United Nations, the Frank Porter Graham Senatorial campaign, the League of Women Voters, and personal matters. Papers relating to her work for the Democratic National Committee date from the 1940s through the 1970s, and include articles and speeches encouraging the participation of women in political activities. Papers concerning Tillett's work with the United Nations date mostly from the 1960s and include articles and speeches on the United Nations Charter and the status of women. Also included are materials regarding her work with the League of Women Voters, correspondence between Tillett and Frank Porter Graham, and election materials from Graham's 1952 senatorial campaign. Personal papers include correspondence regarding the death of Tillett's husband, Charles Walter Tillett, Jr., in 1952, some biographical materials, clippings, and papers regarding a memorial for Gladys Avery Tillett's brother Isaac Erwin Avery.

The additions of 1997 and 1998 have been arranged according to the organization scheme of the original deposit. For papers regarding Tillett's involvement in the land and mineral rights litigation of lands acquired by her maternal grandfather William Holland Thomas for the Cherokee Indians, please see the Alphonso Calhoun Avery Papers (#3456).

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Folder 1277

Folder 1278

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Folder 1280

Folder 1281

Speeches, 1945-1948, 1961-1968, and undated

Folder 1282

Reports, 1961-1964

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Folder 1284

Folder 1285

Publications, 1945-1946, 1952-1958, 1965-1968, and undated

Folder 1286

Unpublished writings, 1963-1965 and undated

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 3. Frank Porter Graham Materials.

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Folder 1292

Folder 1293

Folder 1294

Folder 1295

Correspondence, 1943-1976 and undated

Folder 1296

Legal papers, 1955

Folder 1297

Publication scrapbook

Folder 1298

Biographical materials

Folder 1299

Biographical clippings, 1974-2000 and undated

Folder 1300

Family clippings, 1919-1954

Folder 1301

Isaac Erwin Avery: Sketch and memorial

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Image P-4385/261

Frank Porter Graham

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Oversize Volume SV-4385/1

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Photographs (P-4385 and OP-P-4385)

Audiodiscs (FD-4385/1-29)

Audiotapes (T-4385/1-7)

Videotape (VT-4385/1)

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