Edith Solenberger Papers
Identifier: AC 606-p
Scope and Content
The collection contains four letters, three of which are written by friends and family to Edith Reeves Solenberger, about life in and visits to northern New Mexico in the 1920s and 1930s. Also included is a letter written on Hotel De Vargas (Santa Fe) stationary.
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Edith Gertrude Reeves Solenberger (1886-1976) was a Quaker peace activist who participated in a broad range of organizations. She had a particular interest in disabled children. Born in South Dakota and educated at Radcliffe College, she married Edwin Solenberger of Lansdowne, Pennsylvania and moved to that community in August of 1913. Her career included social work, writing, and public speaking. Subject matters of interest included children with physical disabilities, Native Americans, academic freedom, chemical warfare, disarmament, fallout shelters, referenda on war, the role of the clergy in wartime, and world reorganization.
- Finding Aid of the Edith Solenberger Papers, 1916-1938
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