Fur trader for the Hudson's Bay Co. and explorer in western Canada. Memoirs, typed copy, 89 pp., contain references to Russians.
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom Records, 1915-65
ca. 4 of 87 ft. Reports, correspondence, and miscellaneous historical documents on the Russian situation in 1915, Russian famine relief, 1921, the Cold War, 1946, the Hungarian uprising of 1956, the first conference of American and Soviet women held in the U.S., Bryn Mawr College, 1961, and a 1964 meeting between U.S. and Soviet women in Moscow. Some of the original material pertaining to the WILPF is located within member countries and their national sections and also at the International Headquarters in Geneva. Unpublished guide with subject listings by storage box.