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Gertrude Weil, 1879 - 1971

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Addie Rittie, Gertrude Weil's childhood nurse North Carolina Office of Archives and History image/jpeg
Congregation Oheb Sholom Emily Weil image/jpeg
Essay by Gertrude Weil North Carolina Office of Archives and History image/jpeg
Excerpt from Program of the Conference of the State Committee of Women for the Prevention of Lynching North Carolina Office of Archives and History image/jpeg
Excerpts from Gertrude Weil's Annual Report as President of the Goldsboro Bureau of Social Service North Carolina Office of Archives and History image/jpeg
Excerpts from Letter from Gertrude Weil to her family, March 18, 1897 North Carolina Office of Archives and History image/jpeg
Gertrude Weil North Carolina Office of Archives and History image/jpeg
Gertrude Weil North Carolina Office of Archives and History image/jpeg
Gertrude Weil North Carolina Office of Archives and History image/jpeg
Gertrude Weil North Carolina Office of Archives and History image/jpeg
Gertrude Weil North Carolina Office of Archives and History image/jpeg
Gertrude Weil North Carolina Office of Archives and History image/jpeg
Gertrude Weil (far left), with other prominent North Carolina suffragists North Carolina Office of Archives and History image/jpeg
Gertrude Weil (far right), with Smith College classmates North Carolina Office of Archives and History image/jpeg
Gertrude Weil (right) with her mother, Mina, at their Goldsboro home North Carolina Office of Archives and History image/jpeg
Gertrude Weil (right), with Eleanor Roosevelt and Morris Leder Leder family image/jpeg
Gertrude Weil playing tennis at Smith College North Carolina Office of Archives and History image/jpeg
Gertrude Weil with a friend at Smith College, Northampton, MA North Carolina Office of Archives and History image/jpeg
Gertrude Weil's Annual Report as President of the Goldsboro Bureau of Social Service North Carolina Office of Archives and History image/jpeg
Gertrude Weil's notes from her economics class at Smith College North Carolina Office of Archives and History image/jpeg
Henry Weil, Gertrude Weil's father North Carolina Office of Archives and History image/jpeg
Letter from Gertrude Weil North Carolina Office of Archives and History image/jpeg
Letter from Gertrude Weil to her family, March 29, 1896 - excerpts North Carolina Office of Archives and History image/jpeg
Letter from Gertrude Weil to her family, November 20, 1898 - excerpts North Carolina Office of Archives and History image/jpeg
Letter from Gertrude Weil to her family, September 26, 1897 - excerpts North Carolina Office of Archives and History image/jpeg
Letter from Gertrude Weil to her family, September 29, 1895 North Carolina Office of Archives and History image/jpeg
Letter from Sallie Southall Cotten to Gertrude Weil Robert Randolph Cotten II image/jpeg
Letter from Sallie Southall Cotten to Gertrude Weil North Carolina Office of Archives and History image/jpeg
Letter from Sallie Southall Cotten to Gertrude Weil North Carolina Office of Archives and History image/jpeg
Letter from Sallie Southall Cotten to Gertrude Weil Robert Randolph Cotten II image/jpeg
Letter from W.C. Jackson, Chair, to new members of the North Carolina Commission on Interracial Cooperation North Carolina Office of Archives and History image/jpeg
Letter from Weil to Carrie Chapman Catt North Carolina Office of Archives and History image/jpeg
Letter from Weil, president of the Equal Suffrage Association of North Carolina, to J.O. Carr North Carolina Office of Archives and History image/jpeg
Letter to Weil from Irene Osgood Andrews of the American Association for Labor Legislation North Carolina Office of Archives and History image/jpeg
Meeting of the North Carolina Federation of Women's Clubs North Carolina Office of Archives and History image/jpeg
Mina Rosenthal Weil North Carolina Office of Archives and History image/jpeg
Mina Weil, Gertrude's mother North Carolina Office of Archives and History image/jpeg
Minutes of the Second Annual Convention of the North Carolina League of Women Voters North Carolina Office of Archives and History image/jpeg
Most likely the residents of 50 Elm Street, Northampton, MA, where Weil boarded her first year at Smith North Carolina Office of Archives and History image/jpeg
One of Gertrude Weil's rooms at Smith North Carolina Office of Archives and History image/jpeg
Overview of the North Carolina Commission on Interracial Cooperation North Carolina Office of Archives and History image/jpeg
Political cartoon following Tennessee's critical ratification of the 19th Amendment North Carolina Office of Archives and History image/jpeg
Program for conference on "The Adolescent Girl in the War Camp Area" North Carolina Office of Archives and History image/jpeg
Program from Symposium on Gertrude Weil, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill image/jpeg
Program from Symposium on Gertrude Weil, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill North Carolina Office of Archives and History image/jpeg
Ribbon worn by Weil at the National Suffrage Convention North Carolina Office of Archives and History image/jpeg
Talk given by Weil at Beth Or Temple Sisterhood Sabbath, Raleigh, NC North Carolina Office of Archives and History image/jpeg
The Weil family store, Goldsboro, NC North Carolina Office of Archives and History image/jpeg
Weil (far left) and colleagues in the office of the North Carolina Equal Suffrage League North Carolina Office of Archives and History image/jpeg
Weil family garden North Carolina Office of Archives and History image/jpeg
Weil's Smith College entrance examination in Roman History Smith College image/jpeg
Weil's Smith College entrance examination in Roman History North Carolina Office of Archives and History image/jpeg
Weils presidential address at the Fifth Annual Conference of the North Carolina Association of Jewish Women North Carolina Office of Archives and History image/jpeg

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