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Inventory of the Eunice Burton Armstrong papers
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Correspondence, memoranda, notes, bulletins, newsletters, clippings, other printed matter, and mailing lists and address cards, relating to efforts of the America First Committee to ensure American neutrality during World War II. Includes issuances of and correspondence with other peace organizations.
Eunice Burton Armstrong was born 1887 in Waterford, New York and married Donald Budd Armstrong, a physician. They raised four sons, Donald Budd Armstrong, Jr., Lincoln Armstrong, a Conscientious Objector to war, Burton Armstrong and Stewart Armstrong.
5 manuscript boxes, 3 oversize boxes, 2 card file boxes (5.8 linear feet)
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