Title:Belva Ann Lockwood letters: to the Bull family, 1885-1903
Creator/Contributor:Lockwood, Belva Ann, 1830-1917, creator
Concerns work as a patent and pension lawyer in Washington, D.C., with mention of her activities as delegate of the Universal
Peace Union and on behalf of the Association for the Promotion of Arbitration as a Prevention of War Between Different Nations.
Also includes copies of a pension bill; a Lockwood Improvement stock certificate with an etching of Lockwood; Lockwood and
Bull family information, and clippings about Belva Lockwood.
Lockwood, Belva Ann -- 1830-1917 -- Correspondence
Lockwood, Belva Ann -- 1830-1917 -- Portraits
Lockwood Improvement Syndicate.
Universal Peace Union.
Women and peace
Arbitration (International law)
Portions of collection are also available on microfilm (see folders of collection for items microfilmed).
Belva Ann Lockwood letters: to the Bull family, BANC MSS 80/77, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
Gifts; of Malcolm W. Hodkings and Irene Hodkins; in 1979, 1999 and 2006.
Belva Ann Lockwood was the first women to practice before the United States Supreme Court and the first women to run for United
1 box (0.2 linear feet)
1 microfilm reel : negative (BNEG Box 1625) and positive.
BANC MSS 80/77 z
BANC MSS 99/220 cz [no longer in use]