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Title Correspondence Between Mary S Johnson and Nora E Hulings Siegel
Author Hulings Siegel, Nora E
Date 1 Jan 1907 - 22 Dec 1910
Document Type Correspondence; Manuscript
Reference MSS 12, Box 2, Folder 22
Library / Archive Historical Society of Pennsylvania
Collection Name James Samuel Stemons Papers, 1894-1922
Description Letters sent by Nora E Hulings Siegel to Mary S Johnson, in which she discusses details about her daily routine, religious beliefs, love life and scientific interests, and offers Mary business and money advice.
Series Description The collection documents Stemons' personal and professional life, and includes correspondence, printed materials, writings, clippings, a photocopy of a marriage licence to Arizona L. Cleaver, and the manuscript of his unpublished autobiographical novel.
Biographical Note / History James Samuel Stemons was born in Clarksville, Tennessee, and settled in Philadelphia c.1900. A postal worker, journalist and writer, he served as the editor of two short-lived African American newspapers: The Philadelphia Courant and The Pilot. He was also active in several civic organizations. An outspoken advocate for equal industrial opportunities for blacks, he lectured and published extensively on race relations. He served as field secretary of the Joint Organization of the Association for Equalizing Industrial Opportunities and the League of Civic and Political Reform.
Theme(s) Religion, Ethnic Identity and Community Relations; Permanent Settlement and Successive Generations
Places Los Angeles, United States
Nationality African American
People Hulings Siegel, Nora E; Johnson, Mary Stemons
Keywords marriage, The Pilot, religion, science, Christian Science, diet, money, debt, business
Additional Information Please note: Some of the metadata for this document has been taken from the Historical Society of Pennsylvania catalogue.
Language English
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