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Guide to the Lena Morrow Lewis Papers
||Lewis, Lena Morrow
||Lena Morrow Lewis Papers
||Lena Morrow Lewis was a socialist activist in California and Alaska, a candidate for
public office, journalist, editor of
The Labor World, and worked for the release of Warren K. Billings who had been imprisoned for complicity
in the July 1916 Preparedness Day parade bomb explosion in San Francisco. The papers
contain correspondence, scrapbooks, unpublished writings, memorabilia and ephemera.
NOTE: the collection has been microfilmed (with the exception of a few files), and
researchers must use the microfilm copy (R-7124, reels 63-65).
||2.0 linear feet (5 boxes)
|Mixed materials [Box]: