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1 item (2 pages) ; 28 cm. Accompanied by transcript. The letter is regarding the Universal Peace Union, with a mention of Lockwood's work on behalf of the Cherokee Indians. Lockwood was the first woman attorney admitted to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court, a peace activists, and two-time candidate for President of the United States. The Cherokee claim litigation eventually resulted in one of the largest civil judgments awarded up to that time.
Universal Peace Union, Cherokee Indians, Oklahoma, Claims
Lockwood, Belva Ann, "Letter : Washington, D.C., to Alfred H. Love, 1910 Aug. 16." (1910). American Law. 20.