Crane, Caroline Bartlett, 1858-1935
For a short biography, read "Caroline Bartlett Crane: Minister and Civic Leader," on the Kalamazoo Public Library's website. Written by Martha Lohrstorfer, Kalamazoo Public Library Staff, 1998. Last updated 3 September 2015. http://www.kpl.gov/local-history/biographies/caroline-crane.aspx
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The Everyman's House was designed and built in Kalamazoo, Michigan, by Caroline Bartlett Crane, a prominent social activist and minister in Kalamazoo's early history, was also winner of Herbert Hoover's "Better Homes of America" campaign.
History of the Work of the Women's Committee (Michigan Division) Council of National Defense During the World War, 1922
This box contains various interests of C.B. Crane. During the 1920's thru mid 1930's she was concerned with anti-war movements: Peace Ship, Disarmament, Preparedness, League of Nations, and political candidates who favored her views. During this period she was also actively involved in a committee to obtain Rowe's Island, in the Kalamazoo River between Comstock and Galesburg, for a state park.