Helen Tufts Bailie Papers
Helen Tufts Bailie Papers, 1886-1959
5 boxes (2 linear ft.)
Collection number: MS 9
Social reformer and radical. Bailie's extensive journals document her experimentation with anarchism, vegetarianism, companionate marriage and daily life during two World Wars. The collection also documents the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) blacklisting controversies; the ''Red Scare'' of the 1920s; the fight to repeal the Teacher's Loyalty Oath in Massachusetts; and the W.B. Shearer controversy on naval disarmament. Individuals represented in the collection include DAR president, Grace Brosseau; Carrie Chapman Catt; Elaine Goodale Eastman; Florence Luscomb; professor Jeannette Marks; and ACLU secretary Lucille B. Milner. Writings include copies of a novel, a short story, and a play.
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