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Helen MacMartin Collection of Political Printed Materials

 Collection
Identifier: mss-069
Abstract Helen MacMartin (1891-1987) was Secretary-Treasurer of the Progressive Party of Vermont from 1948-1953, after which she continued to work with local, national, and international organizations that promoted peace, civil liberties, civil rights, and an end to nuclear proliferation. She died in Berlin, Vermont, November 3, 1987. This collection consists of the bulk of the printed materials from the Helen MacMartin Papers. It includes one carton of monographs and pamphlets dating from around 1945...

Helen MacMartin Papers

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Identifier: mss-066
Abstract The Helen MacMartin Papers contain materials related to her tenure as the Secretary-Treasurer of the Progressive Party of Vermont, from 1948 to 1953, as well as her correspondence, from about 1945 to 1975, and clippings, newsletters, correspondence, and other materials concerning the many social concerns, groups, and organizations with which she was involved over the course of her life. She was born in Brooklyn, NY, in 1891, lived most of her life in Burlington, VT, and died in Berlin, VT, in...

Samuel Pettengill Collection

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Identifier: mss-050
Abstract Pettengill was a lawyer and a journalist. He served as United States Representative from Indiana. Collection includes eighteen volumes of newspaper columns entitled "Inside Your Congress" written by Pettengill, dealing chiefly with current events on the political scene, including the conduct of World War II, the establishment of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and the United Nations, and the growing "red scare" over communism. Many of the pages contain annotations and other...

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