Conditions Governing Use
Copying. Papers may be copied in accordance with the library's usual procedures.
1 linear feet ((1 file box, 3 half file boxes) plus 5 folders of photographs, 2 folio folders, 1 folio+ folder)
Additional material received between 1996 and 2006 (accession numbers 96-M155, 97-M35, 97-M138, 98-M171, 99-M81, 2001-M24, 2001-M93, 2001-M189, 2002-M1, 2002-M26, 2002-M36, 2006-M29) consist mostly of correspondence with her colleague John D. Stoeckle and were added to the collection in March 2016. These materials are housed in # 22-42. All other files remain in the same order. Folders are listed in intellectual, not numerical, order.
See also Harriet Louise Hardy papers, 1910-1984 (MC 387).
Immediate Source of Acquisition
These addenda to the papers of Harriet Louise Hardy were given to the Schlesinger Library between December 1989 and February 2006 by Harriet Hardy,Kathryn K. Smith, John D. Stoeckle, and the Environmental Medical Service at Massachusetts Institute for Technology. Accession numbers 96-M155, 97-M35, 97-M138, 98-M171, 99-M81, 2001-M24, 2001-M93, 2001-M189, 2002-M1, 2002-M26, 2002-M36, 2006-M29 were added in March 2016.
- Oral history interview transcript of Hardy for Oral History Project on Women in Medicine, 1977
- Exploring the Dangerous Trades, by Alice Hamilton
- Toxicity of Beryllium Compounds
- Edward R. Browning Achievement Award for Outstanding Contribution to Human Welfare/Prevention of Disease, Dr. Harriet Louise Hardy-1974: 3" medallion mounted on black marble base (paperweight)
- 2 slides of diseased lungs
- Box 1: 1-2, 5, 12-17, 19-21
- Box 2: 22-34
- Box 3: 35-38
- Box 4: 39-42
By: Katherine Gray Kraft
Updated and additional materials added: March 2016
By: Anne Engelhart
- Hardy, Harriet Louise, 1906-1993. Papers of Harriet Louise Hardy, 1935-1999: A Finding Aid
- Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America
- The addenda were processed with funds provided by Clara G. Schiffer.
- EAD ID
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