Open to research.
Correspondence, résumé, job application for the War Department, poetry, family history, newspaper clippings, and photographs relating chiefly to Branham's work as a social activist and suffragist. Subjects include the National Woman's Party; the 1917 picket of the White House resulting in jail time for Branham, Alice Paul, and others; and in 1919, Branham's burning of a letter from President Woodrow Wilson in Lafayette Square protesting the lack of voting rights for women. Includes material concerning her mother and suffragist, Lucy Fisher Gwynne Branham.
Suffragist and social activist.
Collection material in English.
Forms part of: Miscellaneous Manuscripts collection.