Elizabeth Glendower Evans and Progressive Reform: From Minimum Wage to Sacco and Vanzetti and the American Civil Liberties Union, 1907-1938

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Introduction

Document 1: Elizabeth Glendower Evans to Charles G. Washburn, 31 July 1907

Document 2: H.P. Meikleham to Mr. G. Gunby Jordan, 18 October 1907

Document 3: Elizabeth Glendower Evans to H.P. Meikleham, 18 October 1907

Document 4: Elizabeth Glendower Evans to H.P. Meikleham, 19 October 1907

Document 5: Elizabeth Glendower Evans, "Trip diaries, 1882-1930," 27 December 1908

Document 6: Elizabeth Glendower Evans, "Trip diaries, 1882-1930," 29 December 1908

Document 7: Elizabeth Glendower Evans, "Trip diaries, 1882-1930," 31 December 1908

  Document 8: Elizabeth Glendower Evans, "Trip diaries, 1882-1930," 7 March 1909

Document 9: Elizabeth Glendower Evans, "Trip diaries, 1882-1930," 8 March 1909

Document 10: Elizabeth Glendower Evans, "Trip diaries, 1882-1930," 9 March 1909

Document 11: Elizabeth Glendower Evans, "Trip diaries, 1882-1930," 10 March 1909

Document 12: Elizabeth Glendower Evans, "Trip diaries, 1882-1930," 12 March 1909

Document 13: Elizabeth G. Evans, "One Way to Settle Labor Troubles," September 1909

 Document 14: Elizabeth G. Evans, "Women Workers in Conference: How the National Women’s Trade Union League is Striving in a Practical Way to Bring About Better Conditions of Labor for Three Million Girls.—A Step in the Labor Movement," 9 October 1909

Document 15: Annie Nathan Meyer, letter to the editor, New York Times, 31 May 1910

Document 16: Belle Case La Follette, "Elizabeth Gardiner Evans—An Appreciation," 17 February 1912

Document 17: Elizabeth Gardiner Evans, "A Legal Minimum Wage: Part I," 24 February 1912

Document 18: Elizabeth Gardiner Evans, "A Legal Minimum Wage: Part II," 16 March 1912

  Document 19: Elizabeth Gardiner Evans, "Massachusetts and the Minimum Wage," 13 July 1912

 Document 20: Elizabeth Gardiner Evans, "An Afternoon at Sea Girt," 21 September 1912

Document 21: Elizabeth Gardiner Evans, "How Voters and Future Voters Brave a Storm," 28 September 1912

Document 22: Elizabeth Glendower Evans, "Address by Mrs. Glendower Evans," 7 January 1913

 Document 23: Belle Case La Follette, "A Splendid Campaigner," 22 February 1913

Document 24: Elizabeth Glendower Evans, "The Spirit of the Age and the Seat of Government," 22 February 1913

Document 25: Elizabeth Glendower Evans, "The Spirit of the Age and the New South," 1 March 1913

Document 26: Elizabeth Glendower Evans, "The Spirit of the Age and the Northern Peninsula of Michigan," 12 April 1913

Document 27: Elizabeth Glendower Evans, "What Will Wilson Do?" 16 August 1913

Document 28: Elizabeth Glendower Evans, "An Audience at the White House," 14 February 1914

Document 29: Elizabeth Glendower Evans, "Trip Diaries, 1882-1930," 5 July 1914

Document 30: Elizabeth Glendower Evans, "Trip Diaries, 1882-1930," 24 July 1914

Document 31: Elizabeth Glendower Evans, "Trip Diaries, 1882-1930," 26 July 1914

Document 32: Elizabeth Glendower Evans, "Trip Diaries, 1882-1930," 31 July 1914

Document 33: Elizabeth Glendower Evans, "Trip Diaries, 1882-1930," 1 August 1914

Document 34: Elizabeth Glendower Evans, "Trip Diaries, 1882-1930," 28 August 1914

Document 35: Elizabeth Glendower Evans, "Free Speech at Issue," April 1917

Document 36: "Terror in Lawrence by Attacks on Houses," 20 March 1919

Document 37: "Society Woman Aids Strikers," 20 March 1919

Document 38: "$20,000 Week Aid for Lawrence Strikers," 20 March 1919

Document 39: "Mrs. Glendower Evans on the Picket Lines," 21 March 1919

Document 40: "Mrs. Evans as a Picket," 21 March 1919

Document 41: "Stone Hurled Into Car at Lawrence," 22 March 1919

Document 42: "Spoils Effort to End Strike," 23 March 1919

Document 43: "Lawrence Police Warn Mrs. Evans," 24 March 1919

Document 44: "Mrs. Evans Cautioned," 24 March 1919

Document 45: "Mrs. Evans Talks," 25 March 1919

Document 46: "Opens Attack on Mrs. Evans," 27 March 1919

Document 47: "Reach Lawrence With Strike Fund," 14 April 1919

 Document 48: "Strike Probe Next Monday," 12 April 1919

 Document 49: Elizabeth Glendower Evans, "The Boston Policemen’s Strike," November 1919

Document 50: Elizabeth Glendower Evans, "How Bolshevism is Being Planted in the United States," 1919

Document 51: Roger Baldwin to Elizabeth Glendower Evans, 30 September 1920

Document 52: Elizabeth Glendower Evans, "Abstract of address by Mrs. Glendower Evans at No[r]wich, Conn., October 12, 1920"

Document 53: "Reds Will Defend Alleged Slayers," 30 May 1921

Document 54: Elizabeth Glendower Evans, "Foreigners," 8 June 1921

Document 55: Elizabeth Glendower Evans, "The Sacco and Vanzetti Cases," 15 June 1921

Document 56: Bartolomeo Vanzetti to Elizabeth Glendower Evans, 22 July 1921

Document 57: Elizabeth Glendower Evans, "The Massachusetts Law," May 1923

Document 58A: Elizabeth Glendower Evans, "The Woman’s Party--Right or Wrong? The Woman’s Party is Wrong," 26 September 1923

Document 58B: Carol A. Rehfisch, "The Woman’s Party – Right or Wrong? The Woman’s Party is Right," 26 September 1923

Document 59: Elizabeth Glendower Evans, "The Government Put to the Test," 2 January 1924

Document 60: Elizabeth Glendower Evans, "When the Downtrodden Ask Justice," August 1925

Document 61: Nicola Sacco to Elizabeth Glendower Evans, 16 September 1925

Document 62: Bartolomeo Vanzetti to Elizabeth Glendower Evans, 31 May 1926

Document 63: Elizabeth Glendower Evans, "Sacco and Vanzetti,"15 June 1926

Document 64: Nicola Sacco to Mrs. Jessica Henderson, 9 February 1927

Document 65: Bartolomeo Vanzetti to Elizabeth Glendower Evans, 15 February 1927

Document 66: Elizabeth Glendower Evans, "Shall Massachusetts Commit Judicial Murder?" May 1927

Document 67: Nicola Sacco to Elizabeth Glendower Evans, 23 June 1927

Document 68: Elizabeth Glendower Evans, "Death and Victory," 26 September 1927

Document 69A: W. Thatcher Winslow, "A Fight for the Under Dog—Elizabeth Glendower Evans," part I, 1 May 1932

Document 69B: W. Thatcher Winslow, "A Fight for the Under Dog—Elizabeth Glendower Evans," part II, 8 May 1932

Document 70: Elizabeth Glendower Evans to Alice Brandeis, 23 September 1932

Document 71: Elizabeth Glendower Evans, "Elizabeth Glendower Evans," [1936]

Document 72: Elizabeth Glendower Evans, "My Life Story," [1936]

Document 73: Elizabeth Glendower Evans, "Suffrage," [1936]

Document 74: Elizabeth Glendower Evans, "Lawrence," [1936]

Document 75: Elizabeth Glendower Evans, "Red Raids," [1936]

Document 76: Alice Hamilton, Eulogy for Elizabeth Glendower Evans, 28 January 1938

Document 77: Roger Baldwin, "The Contribution of Mrs. Evans to Civil Liberties," 28 January 1938

Document 78: Aldino Felicani, Eulogy for Elizabeth Glendower Evans, 28 January 1938

Document 79: Roger Baldwin, "Reminiscences of Roger Nash Baldwin," November 1953–January 1954

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