Active in Medford, Massachusetts from 1760s to the 1840s.
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Overview: Correspondence, notebooks, diaries of the Julia Ward Howe family, centering around her husband, siblings, and children.
Overview: Papers of educator Elizabeth Blodgett Hall and her husband, Livingston Hall, a professor at the Harvard University Law School.
Overview: The Hall family was active in real estate in Medford, Massachusetts, from the 1760s to the 1840s. The Hall family papers consists of deeds, agreements, releases for land, and account books, dated from 1734 to 1857. The collection includes records of properties bought and sold by Andrew Hall, Stephen Hall, Benjamin Hall, Richard Hall, Ebenezer Hall, and Ebenezer Hall, Jr.
Overview: Correspondence, writings, speeches, etc., by Julia Ward Howe, author and reformer, and members of her family.
Overview: Correspondence, photographs, clippings, etc., of the Nevius, Hall, MacMillan, and Buck families from Ohio and Pennsylvania.
Overview: Correspondence, biographical materials, diaries, etc., of Hilda Worthington Smith, the first director of the Bryn Mawr Summer School for Women Workers in Industry, and a founder of the Affiliated Schools for Workers, Inc.