Molly H. Todd Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MSS.0459

Scope and Contents

This collection contains the papers of Mary Hart "Molly" Todd, first president of the reconstituted League of Women Voters of Nashville. Todd was a strong advocate for voting rights, racial integration, and women's rights.

Dates

  • 1943 - 1993

Conditions Governing Access

This collection may be viewed only in the reading room of Special Collections in the Jean and Alexander Heard Library. Collections should be requested 2-3 days prior to visiting in order to facilitate easier access. For questions or to request a collection, contact specialcollections@vanderbilt.edu.

Extent

95 Linear Feet (71 Paige, 1 Hollinger, 3 Flat boxes)

Language of Materials

English

Overview

This collection contains the papers of Mary Hart "Molly" Todd, first president of the reconstituted League of Women Voters of Nashville. Todd was a strong advocate for voting rights, racial integration, and women's rights.

Physical Location

Offsite Storage, Special Collections & Archives

File Plan

ACLU Campaign Literature Church Women United Common Cause Corrections/Prisons Correspondence Democratic National Committee Environmental Foreign Policy General Housing Human/Race Relations League of Women Voters Misc Newspaper Clippings Parent Teachers’ Association (PTA) Planned Parenthood Public Welfare United Nations YWCA

Books/Pamphlets/Magazines Broadsides
Title
Finding Aid for the Molly H. Todd Papers
Status
Unprocessed
Description rules
Describing Archives: A Content Standard
Language of description
English
Script of description
Latin

Repository Details

Part of the Vanderbilt University Special Collections Repository

Contact:
Jean and Alexander Heard Library
419 21st Avenue South
Nashville TN 37203 United States


 

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