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Kentucky Branch of the English Speaking Union records

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: 1976_067-UA
This collection contains pamphlets, lists of members, 1920-1922, publications from the national headquarters, and dinner programs, 1925-1934. Also included in this collection are the President's report from 1925, by-laws, Kentucky branch members, officers, and minutes. In addition, there are various dates (history), invitations, and correspondence with other chapters, 1925-1927.


  • 1920-1934


Conditions Governing Access

This collection is open to researchers.


0.25 linear feet (1 half-manuscript box)

Biographical / Historical

The English-speaking Union was an international organization formed between the two world wars. The organization was launched in London in June 1918. In 1920 the English-speaking Union of the United States was also formed. The movement's general goal was to foster better understanding and good will among the English-speaking countries of the world. The Kentucky Branch had its origins in 1920 with a handful of Kentuckians affiliating with the New York office. In 1923 the local branch was formed. The local organization appears to have remained active for the next ten years.
Records of the Kentucky Branch of the English Speaking Union
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Finding aid is in English.

Repository Details

Part of the University of Louisville Archives and Special Collections Repository

Ekstrom Library, Lower Level Room 17
Louisville KY 40292
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