Correspondence, memoranda, notes, bulletins, newsletters, clippings, other printed matter, mailing lists, and address cards
relating to the 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 in 1887 in Waterford, New York. She received a BA in English from Mt. Holyoke College, Massachusetts
in 1908 and an MA in economics, social legislation and psychology from Columbia University in 1912. Armstrong finished her
post-graduate education at the New York School of Social Work and later became a psychologist. Her career included teaching,
writing, and speaking on womens' suffrage, public health, and psychology. Armstrong married Donald Budd Armstrong, a physician,
in 1913. They raised four sons, Donald Budd, Jr., Stewart, Lincoln, and Burton.
5 manuscript boxes, 3 oversize boxes, 2 card file boxes, 1 oversize folder
(5.8 Linear Feet)
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