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Rev. M.E.N. Lindsay collection

Collection
Collection Summary
The collection consists of a typewriter, boxed typewriter ribbon, broadsides, correspondence, leaflets, serial publications, and a typescript related to the role of Rev. M.E.N. Lindsay in leading the protest against the planned camp of the German-American Bund in Southbury, Connecticut in 1937.
Provenance
The collection was donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 2015 by Lois Lindsay Brown, Carol Lindsay Hagy, and Joan Lindsay Redford, the daughters of Rev. M.E.N. Lindsay.
Date
1933-2012
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Rev. M.E.N. Lindsay papers

Document | Accession Number: 2015.33.1

Date
1931-2012  (inclusive)
1937-1938  (bulk)
Rev. M.E.N. Lindsay papers

Corona typewriter used by a US clergyman for an anti-Nazi sermon

Object | Accession Number: 2015.33.2 a-f

Geography
use : South Britain Congregational Church; South Britain (Southbury, Conn.)
Date
1937  (use)
Corona typewriter used by a US clergyman for an anti-Nazi sermon

Ribbon and box for a Corona typewriter used by a US clergyman for an anti-Nazi sermon

Object | Accession Number: 2015.33.3 a-c

Geography
use : South Britain Congregational Church; South Britain (Southbury, Conn.)
Date
1937  (use)
Ribbon and box for a Corona typewriter used by a US clergyman for an anti-Nazi sermon
 
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