The Nancy Murray Mann papers consist of correspondences, speeches in various paper formats, newspaper clippings, government publications, photographs, copies of Mann’s passport, land deeds, and research notes from Ben Riley, a Marshall University graduate student from 1983-1985. The focus of the collection primarily covers Mann’s political and social activities, particularly her political involvement during the 1928 presidential campaign for Herbert Hoover and her subsequent work during his administration. Several of her letters are addressed to President Hoover; however almost of the responses come from his secretary Lawrence Richey. The inclusive dates range from 1914 - 1985, however most materials consist of documents created during the 1920s and 1930s.
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Nancy Murray Mann Papers, 1914-1985, Accession No. 1985/04.0475, Special Collections Department, Marshall University, Huntington, WV.