Manuscript Collections - Laurine Anderson Small Papers

2022

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LAURINE ANDERSON SMALL PAPERS, 1902-1975
11 linear inches (2 LGA-S boxes)
Herbert Hoover Presidential Library

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE

Laurine Anderson Small began working as a secretary for Herbert Hoover in London in 1910. She worked for him periodically during World War I and helped in Washington, D. C. during the 1928 campaign. She became a family friend.

SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE

The papers contain correspondence, statements, articles, clippings, and an account of the inauguration and a White House visit. Subjects include: mining, food relief, and the Hoover family. Correspondents include: Herbert Hoover, Lou Henry Hoover, and Allan Hoover

FOLDER LIST

Box Contents
1

Correspondence

Hoover, Allan, 1919‑1920, undated
Hoover, Herbert and Lou Henry, 1910-1965 (6 folders)
Christmas greetings, 1954‑1961 and undated
General Correspondence, undated
Hoover, Herbert. Correspondence with Others, 1902-1920 and undated (3 folders)
Small, Laurine. Correspondence with Hoover Institution, 1949‑1959

Subject Files

Belgian Relief and Food Administration, 1914‑1918 and undated
Hoover, Herbert

Biographical material, 1927‑1928
Inauguration, 1929
Signatures
Visits to Grass Valley, Calif., 1932, 1935

Newberg, Oregon – Hoover Birthday Celebration, 1955

Small, Laurine
White House Visit, 1931
Miscellaneous

Printed Material, 1920-1928 (3 folders)

2

Printed Material, 1929‑1931, 1949-1965, 1975 and undated (4 folders)