Papers of Mrs. Anna Santore DeLancy, social worker and resident of Uniontown, Pennsylvania; Morgantown, West Virginia; and Detroit, Michigan. Includes personal scrapbooks, correspondence, Jackson's Mill scrapbook, Bethany College seminar scrapbook, autograph books, a recipe book, photographs, church programs, playbills, musical programs, newspaper clippings, pamphlets, maps, diplomas, certificates, and ticket stubs. Subjects include World War II and Detroit, Michigan. World War II materials relate to: Lieutenant Henry Kovacs, a soldier from Detroit; political campaigns of Dewey and Roosevelt; inauguration and presidency of Roosevelt; women on the home front during WWII, Women's Army Auxiliary Corps (WAACS); employment opportunities at the Chrysler Corporation; and political cartoons. Materials relating to Detroit include: race-relations, 'The Playgoer' (magazine), 'The Hudsonian' (magazine), Dodge Community House, Delray (community of Detroit), Evangeline Residence, the Fruehauf Boarding School, and Camp Kiwanis. The collection also contains material related to South Union High School in Uniontown, Pennsylvania and Phi Chi Delta (Presbyterian Sorority).
3.25 Linear Feet (Summary: 3 ft. 3 in. (2 flat storage boxes, 1 document case))