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Alice Rohe (1876 - 1957)

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Library of Congress, Manuscript Division

Howard, Roy Wilson, personal papers. Family Correspondence, 1911-1966, Manuscript Division, Library of Congress.

Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division No holdings yet identified.

Other Institutions Rohe Family Papers. Watkins Community Museum of History, Douglas County Historical Society, Lawrence Kansas.


Selected Written Resources

By Alice Rohe (in chronological order)

"Mackay Presents Woman As Leader In Human Progress." Baltimore Sun, April 8, 1914.

"'Come, Die With Me' Begs Youth To a Stranger at Busy Corner, Colonel Adam Rohe, Visitor From Kansas Who Served in War Escapes From Would-Be-Suicide and Quickly Boards a Car." Denver Daily News, [before 1915]

"Hitch in Vatican Plan: Peace Program Believed to Have Encountered Difficulty . . . ", Washington Post, Nov. 26, 1915

"Wait Action By Pope: Rome Diplomats See German Appeal to Vatican . . . " Washington Post, Dec. 2, 1915

"Peace Offer to Pope. Kaiser Said to Have Made Proposal Through the Vatican." Washington Post, Dec. 5, 1915.

"Women Weep in Rome's Poverty-Stricken San Lorenzo District For Their Men Who Are at Front." Washington Post, Jan. 30, 1916.

"American Newspapers Help Provide Hot Rations for Italians at Front." Washington Post, Feb. 27, 1916.

"Our Littlest Ally." National Geographic Magazine 34 (August, 1918):138-63.

"Queen Santa Claus." Good Housekeeping 69 (December 1919):15-16, 121-125.

"Snaps of Macedonia." Travel 35 (May 1920):11-15.

"The Story of Susan Glaspell." New York Morning Telegraph, Dec. 18, 1921, Sec. 2.

"Mussolini, Hope of Youth, Italy's 'Man of Tomorrow.'" New York Times, Nov. 5, 1922.

"New Italian Renascence." Bookman 56 (June 1923): 653-55.

"At Last Native American Plays." Independent, April 12, 1924.

"Only in a Crowd Could I Do It." Colliers 73 (Jan. 26, 1924):15.

"American Repetoire Theatre?" Independent 112 (June 7, 1924): 317-18.

"Pirandella's Warning." Forum 71 (June 1924):791.

"Only in America." Independent 114 (April 11, 1925):405.

"I Was Dying--I Made It My Job to Get Well." Hearst's International combined with Cosmopolitan 78 (May 1925): 34.

Why I Fled Italy." Reader's Digest 28 (April 1936):47-50. "Mussolini, Lady Killer." Literary Digest 124 (July 31, 1937): 27.

About Alice Rohe

Peterson, John M. "Forgotten Kansas Artist: Adam Rohe," Kansas History: A Journal of the Central Plains 17 (Winter 1994/1995): 221-235.

Ross, Ishbel, Ladies of the Press: The Story of Women in Journalism by an Insider. New York: Harper and Brothers, 1936, pp. 368-71.

Lawrence Daily Journal, "Alice Rohe, Who Gathered News Along Massachusetts Street, Now Writes of People and Events in Two Continents," Feb. 14, 1923.

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