In Her Own Right

Hannah Clothier Hull Papers

Date created 1889-01-01 – 1958-01-01
Creators Hannah Clothier Hull 1872-1958
Abstract Although Hull was involved in activism before 1920, her most important contributions were to Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, and these are the activities best represented by this collection . For the purposes of this project, the most interesting materials are Hull's letters to Caroline Biddle while a young woman. While not about rights per se, they provide a classic example of the close friendships women formed in this era. They also provide rare insights into women's personal lives, which in many collections are entirely absent or largely eclipsed by political activities.
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