Sophie Friedman Papers
Sophie Friedman Papers, 1795, 1906-1954
1 box (.25 linear ft.)
Collection number: MS 58
Lawyer. Papers document Friedman's work as a lawyer in Tennessee and for women's suffrage, uniform marriage, divorce laws, child welfare, adult education, social hygiene and international friendship. Included is material relating to her defense of Octavia Dockery and Richard Dana in the famous "Goat Castle case" in Natchez, Mississippi (1930s).
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