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Addenda to the papers (MC 185) of John Graham Brooks, Unitarian minister, writer, and founder of the National Consumers' League.
Reports, histories, photographs, color slides, etc., of the Cambridge Plant and Garden Club, one of the oldest garden clubs in the United States.
Diaries, engagement calendars, and correspondence of Ida Maud Cannon; stories, articles/essays, and scrapbooks by Cornelia James Cannon; family correspondence, of Cornelia, Walter B. Cannon, and their children: Bradford Cannon, Wilma (Cannon) Fairbanks, Linda (Cannon) Burgess, Marian (Cannon) Schlesinger, and Helen (Cannon) Bond; photographs of family and events.
Correspondence, diaries, etc., of Anna Boynton Thompson, history teacher at Thayer Academy in Braintree, Mass., and her mother Harriot Boynton (Sawyer).
Correspondence, speeches, writings, etc., of Grace A. Johnson, educator, suffragist, civic reformer, and internationalist. These papers are part of the Woman's Rights Collection.
Correspondence, personal writings, records of voluntary activities, and photographs of Helen Lawrence Appleton Brooks of Cambridge, Massachusetts and the Appleton, Brooks, and Washburn families.
Correspondence, scrapbooks, reviews, etc., of John Graham Brooks, Unitarian minister, writer, and founder of the National Consumers' League.
Correspondence of the Almy, Cabot, and Jackson families from New England.
Correspondence and diaries of the Nichols and Shurtleff families from New England.
Autograph letters written by Radcliffe College faculty, administrators, and alumnae.
Minutes, correspondence, and other records concerning the founding of Radcliffe College, and of the governing boards of Radcliffe College.
Correspondence, speeches, reports, etc., of Elizabeth Cabot Cary Agassiz, first president of Radcliffe College.
Official Radcliffe College correspondence of Le Baron Russell Briggs, professor and second president of Radcliffe College.
Records of the Radcliffe College Admissions Office, including annual reports; materials pertaining to the Harvard Examinations for Women; admission examination samples; applicant information cards; and admission committee’s ratings on applicants to the class of 1966.