2. Virginia L. Blood
Scope and Content
"The Emergence of Political Women in Connecticut: 1920-1945" project interviewed women who were active in the political life of Connecticut between 1920 and 1945. There are 21 transcripts.
Also in the collection is the transcript of a series of interviews conducted in 2008 with Senator George L. "Doc" Gunther.
Language of Materials
The records are in English.
Restrictions on Access
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Biographical / Historical
Miss Blood was elected to the General Assembly in 1940 and 1942; was a national, state and local Republican Party worker; and served as campaign chair and assistant to Congresswoman Claire Booth Luce. She resided in Darien and was 71 years old at the time of the interview.
From the Collection: .75 cubic feet