Letter from William Dudley Foulke to May Wright Sewall.
Title: Letter from William Dudley Foulke to May Wright Sewall.
Description: Mr. Foulke states that he is interested in the work of the Council but at present is engaged in the reform of civil services. His wife's health is not good. William Dudley Foulke was a lifelong advocate of civil service reform. He was also a politician, reformer and patron of the arts in Richmond, Indiana. From 1886-1890, he served as President of the American Woman Suffrage Association.
Correspondent: Foulke, William Dudley, 1848-1935
Date: 1901-05-03; 1901
Time period: 1900s (1900-1909); 20th century;
Subject: Sewall, May Wright, 1844-1920; Civil service reform; Politicians--Indiana; Suffragists
Theme: Women; Education;
Collection: May Wright Sewall Papers
Copyright information: Copyright undetermined.
Physical repository: Indianapolis Special Collections Room, Indianapolis Public Library
Repository collection name: May Wright Sewall letters
Digital publisher: Indianapolis Marion County Public Library
Date digitized: 2005
Repository: The Indianapolis Public Library Digital Collections
Source: From: May Wright Sewall Papers