Ruth F. Anthony papers
These papers of native Kansan Ruth F. Anthony contain her correspondence with various Christian right wing political organizations which she supported over the years. Included are membership cards, certificates of appreciation, contribution receipts, and several organizational newsletters. In the correspondence are letters from and about Robert Bolivar DePugh, founder of the anti-Communist organization known as the Minutemen.
- 1962 - 1994
- Anthony, Ruth F., 1914-1994 (Person)
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Biography of Ruth F. Anthony
Ruth F. Anthony was born March 1, 1914, in Manhattan, Kansas to Curt and Erna Kreutzberger Miller. After graduating from Kansas State Teachers College of Emporia in 1942, she taught at Pinckney School in Lawrence in the 1940s and then taught in Wichita. She later worked for the Federal Aviation Administration. She was a World War II veteran of the Army Air Force medical detachment. About 1980, Mrs. Anthony moved back to Lawrence, where she died on January 14, 1994.
.25 linear foot (1 document case)
RH WL MS 19
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift, Tim Miller, 1994
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- Ruth F. Anthony papers
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Ruth F. Anthony papers, Wilcox Collection, Kansas Collection, RH WL MS 19, Kenneth Spencer Research Library, University of Kansas