The Maud H. Miller papers is a collection of personal documents and correspondence from Maud H. Miller, a Riverside resident
and former employee of the United States Bureau of War Risk Assurance. Materials in the collection include Miller's correspondence
with multiple politicians on issues important to her, editorials and autobiographical stories written by Miller, family photographs,
and some personal correspondence.
Maud Holmes Miller was born in Louisiana in 1876, and moved to Riverside with her family in 1877. She graduated from Riverside
Union High School in 1895, and in 1904 she was named Miss Riverside. She worked as a book keeper for several Riverside stores,
and in 1920 was working as a clerk for the Bureau of War Risk Insurance, a part of the U.S. Treasury Department.
0.23 linear feet
(1 box, 1 flat file folder)
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