Title:Margaret More Oliver scrapbook, 1913-1965
Creator/Contributor:Oliver, Margaret More., creator
Creator/Contributor:Socialist Party of California
Scrapbook containing newspaper clippings of articles written by and about Oliver for various California newspapers as well
as Socialist Party publications, including a column she wrote for the California Social-Democrat. Several clippings feature
Oliver's Socialist and community activities and her travels. Also includes a few letters to Oliver, two poems by her, an address,
and printed announcements.
Includes three undated group photographs. In the first, only Thomas Mott Osborne, Deputy Warden Johnson, and Billy Sunday
are identified among eighteen people. The second, with a caption on verso, "My School," depicts a group of schoolchildren
at the Mountain School in Soquel, Calif., possibly students of Oliver's. The third is a print of a drawing composed of portraits
of eighteen unidentified men and women surrounding a larger image of another man.
Osborne, Thomas Mott -- 1859-1926 -- Portraits
Sunday, Billy -- 1862-1935 -- Portraits
Mountain School (Soquel, Calif.) -- Pictorial works
Socialists -- California
Women socialists -- United States
Women teachers -- California
Loose items from v. in folders.
Oliver was active in the Socialist Party and also taught at Sonoma High School in Sonoma, Calif. She spoke publicly and wrote
extensively on social issues, including women's rights.
1 v. (.2 linear ft.)
BANC MSS 2000/49 c