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Papers of Corinna Lindon Smith, 1851-1966

Collection Identifier: MC 433
Overview: Correspondence, drafts, clippings, etc., of Corinna Putnam Smith, lecturer and civic reformer.

Papers of Dorrit Hoffleit, 1906-2005

Collection Identifier: MC 529
Overview: Papers of Dorrit Hoffleit, astronomer at Harvard and Yale Universities and at the Maria Mitchell Observatory in Nantucket.

Papers of Edith Gratia Stedman, 1833-1978 (inclusive), 1913-1978 (bulk)

Collection Identifier: MC 345
Overview: Correspondence, diaries, writings, etc., of Edith Gratia Stedman, social worker, college administrator, and writer.

Papers of Elisabeth Woodbridge Morris Hogan, 1971-1976

Collection Identifier: 81-M44--81-M101
Overview: Records of Boston-area feminist organizations and autobiographical essay by Elisabeth Woodbridge Morris Hogan, feminist.

Papers of Elizabeth Bancroft Schlesinger, 1910-1977

Collection Identifier: MC 894
Overview: Correspondence, articles, notes, etc., of Elizabeth Bancroft Schlesinger, historian and civic worker.

Papers of Elizabeth Tilton, 1914-1949

Collection Identifier: A-52
Overview: Diaries, drafts of autobiographical and family history books, correspondence, etc., of Elizabeth Tilton, temperance crusader, feminist, and writer.

Papers of Elizabeth Weichel Moore, 1929-2007

Collection Identifier: SC 134; RA.CD-006; RA.DVD-4; RA.VT-126
Overview: Illustrated autobiography, etc., of Elizabeth Weichel Moore, Radcliffe Class of 1946.

Papers of Eloise Bittel Cohen, 1898-2005 (inclusive), 1928-2003 (bulk)

Collection Identifier: MC 819; MP-76; T-525
Overview: Correspondence, diaries, writings, photographs, and home movies of Eloise Bittel Cohen, political and civic volunteer.

Papers of Ethel Winward Howland, 1877-1964

Collection Identifier: SC 113
Overview: Photographs, autobiography, correspondence, diaries, etc., of Ethel Winward Howland, Radcliffe College Class of 1905.

Papers of Fanny Southard Hay Hall, 1860-1967

Collection Identifier: MC 497
Overview: Writings, letters, scrapbooks, and photographs of prison reformer Fanny Southard (Hay) Hall documenting her childhood and family life, civic work in Cleveland, and social work in New York City during the Depression.