Women's Land Army Letters,
Identifier: AC 246-P
Scope and Content
Collection consists of photocopies of a letter and a telegram to Mrs. Isabella Ferguson, chairman of the Women's Land Army, from R.S. Trumbull. Subjects discussed are the possibility of hiring women as fruit pickers and the wages paid to fruit pickers by growers.
- Women's Land Army of America (Organization)
Language of Materials
Duplication allowed for research purposes. User responsible for all copyright compliance.
The Women's Land Army of America, created in 1917, was an organization whose purpose was to train women (through training camps) to replace farm laborers during World War I.
Photographs received with collection are housed in the Photo Archives and cataloged separately.
- Fray Angélico Chávez History Library
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- Guide to the Women's Land Army Letters, 1918
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- Finding aid is in English
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