The Joy of Sympathetic Companionship: The Correspondence of Mary Vaux Walcott and Lou Henry Hoover

@article{Jones2014TheJO,
  title={The Joy of Sympathetic Companionship: The Correspondence of Mary Vaux Walcott and Lou Henry Hoover},
  author={Marjorie G. Jones},
  journal={Quaker History},
  year={2014},
  volume={103},
  pages={36 - 52}
}
*Marjorie G. Jones, a graduate of Wheaton College, Norton, Ma, the rutgers school of Law, also holds an M.a. in Historical studies from the Graduate Faculty of the New school, NyC. the author of the first biography of British historian Frances yates (1899–1981), Frances Yates and the Hermetic Tradition (ibis Press 2008), she currently teaches history at Graterford Prison for Villanova university. the Joy of sympathetic Companionship: the Correspondence of Mary Vaux Walcott and Lou Henry Hoover 

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Lou Henry Hoover: Activist First Lady
Although overshadowed by her higher-profile successors, Lou Henry Hoover was in many ways the nation's first truly modern First Lady. She was the first to speak on the radio and give regular