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Bulkley Family Papers, 1855-1865; 1941

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Identifier: A0200

Title: Bulkley Family Papers, 1855-1865; 1941

Description:

Mary E. Bulkley was a St. Louis writer and suffragist who was active in the St. Louis Equal Suffrage League. She wrote the play "The Trial," which concerned the trial of Susan B. Anthony for voting in 1872. She also wrote "Speaking At Seventy" in 1931.

Collection contains letters of Thomas Carpenter to Mary and Phil Bulkley, dated 1861-1865, which describe the affairs of the 12th Illinois Cavalry in Virginia during the Peninsular Campaign, and in Maryland, Washington, D.C., Pennsylvania, St. Louis, and New Orleans. Also includes biographical data and a photograph of Dr. Caroline Thomas Rumbold, a forest pathologist who was associated with Washington University, the University of Missouri, and the United States Department of Agriculture; and a bound mimeographed script of "Grandmother, Mother and Me," an unpublished autobiography by Mary E. Bulkley.

1 box

Cite as: Bulkley Family Papers, Missouri History Museum Archives, St. Louis.

Rights: UND

Place: United States
Missouri
St Louis
Illinois
Virginia
Maryland
District of Columbia
Washington
Pennsylvania
Louisiana

Dates: 1855-1865

Type(s): Documentary Artifacts
Collection

Maker/Creator: Bulkley, Mary E. (Mary Ezit), 1856-

Subjects: Women
Suffrage
Civil War, 1861-1865
Peninsular Campaign, 1862
Autobiography
New Orleans (La.)

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