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    • Shinn, Minnie A 1921-03-01

    • Curry, Mabel Dunlap, 1868-1947; Prisoners; Letters;
    • Letter to Mabel Dunlap Curry, 03/01/1921. Writes that she appreciated the touching letter from Mabel Dunlap Curry. Says that Mabel Dunlap Curry must love being able to help out the way that she is instead of just standing around and waiting for...
    • Shinn, Minnie A. 1921-03-01

    • Thank-you notes;
    • Letter to Mabel Dunlap Curry, 03/01/1921. Writes that she appreciated the touching letter from Mabel Dunlap Curry. Says that Mabel Dunlap Curry must love being able to help out the way that she is instead of just standing around and waiting for...
    • Goodyear, Rosalie 1945-03-18

    • Fans (Persons); Curry, Mabel Dunlap, 1868-1947; Curry, Charles M.; Death; Biography; Stone, Irving, 1903-1989; Poetry;
    • Letter to Theodore Debs, 3/18/45. Writes that Mabel Dunlap Curry does not want to "appear as anything other than a comrade" in Irving Stone's book about Eugene V. Debs. Says that she does not know anything about Irving Stone but mentions that her...
    • Curry, Mabel Dunlap 1945-06-17

    • Condolence notes; Debs, Theodore, 1864-1945;
    • Letter from Marguerite Debs Cooper, 06/17/1945. Writes that she appreciated Mabel Dunlap Curry's letter of condolence. Remarks that Theodore Debs never received her last letter.
    • Curry, Mabel Dunlap 1920-07-31

    • United States Penitentiary, Atlanta, Georgia; Health;
    • Letter from Eugene V. Debs, 07/31/1920. Writes that he is sending Mabel Dunlap Curry his own personal "Official Report of the Physical Condition of Convict No. 9653," signed with the pseudonym Uneeda Pill, M.D.
    • Keller, Grace 1916-10-22

    • Curry, Mabel Dunlap, 1868-1947; Health; Sick persons; Public speaking;
    • Letter from Eugene V. Debs, 10/22/16. Writes that he was sorry to learn from Mabel Dunlap Curry that she has been ill. Expresses the hope that her health improves soon. Mentions that in his present campaign he is speaking early and late and has...
    • Keller, Grace 1922-10-14

    • Curry, Mabel Dunlap, 1868-1947; Health; Lindlahr Sanitarium; Sick persons;
    • Letter from Eugene V. Debs on Lindlahr Health Resort letterhead, 10/14/22. Writes that he has been thinking about how busy Keller must be as she gets ready to move. Says that both he and Mabel Dunlap Curry are sorry to see that Keller will be...
    • Keller, Jean 1919-02-17

    • Curry, Mabel Dunlap, 1868-1947; Newspapers; Prevey, Marguerite; Thank-you notes; Writing;
    • Letter from Eugene V. Debs, 2/17/19. Writes that Mabel Dunlap Curry showed him Keller's story that appeared in the MINNESOTA DAILY on 12/17/18. Says that he agrees with Mabel Dunlap Curry that the story was "real literature." Mentions that he read...
    • Bynner, Witter 1921-10-04

    • Suffrage;
    • Letter to Mabel Dunlap Curry, 10/04/1921. Asks Eugene V. Debs to forgive him for comparing him to Jesus Christ. Says that he was part of the 1915 suffrage campaign and that he had given his first suffrage speech in 1898.
    • Sheridan, Frank 1920-10-28

    • Letters; Curry, Mabel Dunlap, 1868-1947;
    • Letter to Eugene V. Debs, 10/28/1920. Writes that he received a letter from Mabel Dunlap Curry telling him how much Eugene V. Debs appreciated what Sheridan said in his letter to Samuel Blythe. Tells Eugene V. Debs that no one deserves a medal for...
    • Shinn, Minnie A 1921-07-23

    • Letters; Curry, Mabel Dunlap, 1868-1947; Debs, Katherine Metzel; Debs, Eugene V. (Eugene Victor), 1855-1926;
    • Letter to Theodore Debs, 07/26/1921. Writes that she appreciated the letter Theodore Debs sent with the note from Eugene V. Debs enclosed. Tells Theodore Debs that Eugene V. Debs dispels ignorance with wisdom. Says that Eugene V. Debs must know...
    • Untermeyer, Louis 1920-11-06

    • Poetry; Debs, Eugene V. (Eugene Victor), 1855-1926;
    • Letter to Mabel Dunlap Curry, 11/06/1920. Writes that he was happy to receive Eugene V. Debs' beautiful tribute. Assures Curry that such tributes make the whole struggle worth while. Says that in new anthology of prominent American poets his poem...
    • Terrell, J.Z.  1919-06-13

    • United States Penitentiary, Atlanta, Georgia; Prisons -- West Virginia; Debs, Eugene V. (Eugene Victor), 1855-1926;
    • Letter to Mabel Dunlap Curry on West Virginia Penitentiary letterhead, 06/13/1919. Writes that Eugene V. Debs is on his way to the Federal Penitentiary in Atlanta, Georgia by order of the Federal authorities in Washington. Asks that Curry send no...
    • Terrell, J.Z.  1919-06-19

    • United States Penitentiary, Atlanta, Georgia; Debs, Eugene V. (Eugene Victor), 1855-1926;
    • Letter to Mabel Dunlap Curry on West Virginia Penitentiary letterhead, 06/19/1919. Writes that he is not in a position to know why Eugene V. Debs was transferred to the Federal Penitentiary in Atlanta, Georgia. Assures Curry that the transfer was...
    • Stone, Irving; 1944-11-23

    • Books; Rogers, L. W. (Louis William), 1859-1953; Curry, Mabel Dunlap, 1868-1947; Le Prade, Ruth;
    • Letter to Theodore Debs, 11/23/1944. Tells Theodore Debs that he spent a "wonderful" day with L. W. Rogers. Says that for an 86 year old man that L. W. Rogers is in magnificent health. Writes that his next interview is with Florence Kirkpatrick....
    • Tarkington, Booth  1921-06-24

    • Prison sentences; Books;
    • Letter to Mabel Dunlap Curry, 06/24/1921. Writes that while he opposes Eugene V. Debs' socialist philosophy that he is sure that Eugene V. Debs will be released from prison. Remarks that he has been waiting for an opportunity to speak to the...
    • Curry, Mabel Dunlap 1945-01-30

    • Strikes; Suffrage; Debs, Gertrude Toy;
    • Letter to Theodore Debs, 01/30/1945. Writes that Harriet Curry is spending most of her time as a "Gray Lady" at the Gardiner General Hospital. Tells Theodore Debs that Lizzie Hatfield suggested a "sex strike" back in the "Suffrage Days." Writes...
    • Curry, Mabel Dunlap 1945-02-17

    • Debs, Gertrude Toy; Diseases;
    • Letter from Theodore Debs, 02/17/1945. Says that his health has been wretched for a year or more. Mentions that Ada Caton visited he and Gertrude Debs, telling them that Eliza Caton was committed to the insane asylum after abusing and threatening...

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