Bertha Strong Cooley Collection, 1939-1947. 1 box (0.25 linear feet).Call no.: MS 506
A resident of South Deerfield, Massachusetts, Bertha Strong Cooley wrote letters to the editor on a regular basis on topics ranging from anti-imperialism, democracy, capitalism, Communism, Russia, World War II, and civil rights. Her strong views on peace and and social justice were expressed in lively and intelligent submissions published in area newspapers. The collection consists of a scrapbook containing news clippings of Cooley’s letters to the editor as well as those submitted by others writing about the same topics.
- African Americans--Civil rights
- Social justice--Massachusetts
- World War, 1939-1945
- Cooley, Bertha Strong