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She was treasurer of the Indiana Equal Suffrage Association and a member of the Woman’s Franchise League of Indiana. She was married to Hans Duden, a chemist at Kingan and Company (meat packers). Her later correspondence originated from Logansport, Winimac and Pleasant Grove. Over the last several years, we have expanded our collecting goals in women’s history to include recent materials as well as materials documenting women’s history in the Hoosier state in earlier periods. A letter from Maude Evans of Dakota Territory to Ella Albright includes family news and personal questions. Please select one of the links on the right to continue your search.
IWHA believed that the recent papers and records of Indiana women and women’s organizations were in danger of being lost for lack of a central repository to house them, and a survey funded by the Lilly Endowment confirmed that belief. The diaries mainly discuss routine activities of the Albright family and social events in Olive Township. In general, the letters wish him well, commend his war service, express homefront support of American soldiers, comment on the effects of the 1918 Influenza Epidemic, thank him for keeping America safe for Democracy and bid him a safe return. The young women attended Indianapolis Public Schools #17. Armstrong’s family included Alphonso Adkins, a La Porte railroadman, and Adkins’s children Irvin Ryan Adkins and Alta Viola Adkins, a Hammond, Lake County, schoolteacher. Materials in this collection – correspondence, committee minutes and reports, high school newsletters and programs, articles and clippings – focurs on Audra Bailey’s involvement in education and women’s rights. He and his wife Susannah Beggs Armstrong were active in the spiritualist movement. While her teaching career spanned the years 1931-1979 she was also active in many civic, service and church organizations.
We have collected women’s history for many years, and in 1986, the Board of Trustees approved women’s history as one of the special collecting areas for the library. She was a founder of the Good Templars Lodge, New Carlisle. 1878) may have been the daughter of Joseph Albright and Louisa Mc Phee.