Letter from Louise Alston to Ruth Lois Hill, April 29, 1958

Letter from Louise Alston to Ruth Lois Hill, April 29, 1958

written by Louise Alston, fl. 1958, in Ruth Lois Hill Papers, 1952-1979, of Sophia Smith Collection. Women's History Archive (Box 1, Folder 10, 2pp.) (Northampton, MA) (29 April 1958) , 2 page(s)

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Abstract / Summary
Alston says that every time she goes to the YWCA, Nancy Martin always speaks of Hill. She mentions “Little Ruthie.” Mrs. Rouse is running the workshop and Alston likes her, thinks she is “tops.” Alston notes that the girls only want to go to the social meetings and not the business meetings at the YWCA. Mentions Louise Harris, Clara Davies Brown, and Reverend Holmes, the pastor. Alston is shocked to learn of Miss Russell’s death.
Field of Interest
Women and Social Movements
Louise Alston, fl. 1958
Women and Social Movements, International
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Women and Social Movements, History, Transnational Women’s Movement

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