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Addenda to the papers (MC 281) of Gertrude Foster Brown, including correspondence, photographs, diaries, etc.
Correspondence, diaries, etc., of Anna Boynton Thompson, history teacher at Thayer Academy in Braintree, Mass., and her mother Harriot Boynton (Sawyer).
Papers of Audrey C. Foote, feminist, animal rights advocate, and writer, include personal and other writings, love-letters with her husband during their courtship, and diaries documenting her feelings about pregnancy, life in Paris, and her marriage difficulties.
Correspondence, speeches, appointment books, lecture notes, manuscript drafts, photographs, audiotapes, and phonograph records of historian Barbara Miller Solomon, lecturer at Harvard College and dean of Radcliffe and Harvard Colleges.
Papers of economist and educator Elizabeth Stoffregen May, the first woman director of the Export-Import Bank of the United States and a president of the International Federation of University Women.
The papers of educator, wife, and mother, Florence Julie Lillibridge, include correspondence with her husband Donald Lillibridge and family; diaries; notes, and other writings; photographs; and clippings.
Photographs and personal and professional correspondence of Gertrude Neumark Rothschild, advocate for women in science, and professor of material sciences and engineering at Columbia University.
Correspondence, appointment books, lecture notes, manuscript drafts, photographs, and audiotape of historian Janet Wilson James, professor at Boston College and director of the Schlesinger Library.
Personal and family papers of photojournalist Jessie Tarbox Beals.
Correspondence, speeches, writings, and photographs of Matilda White Riley, sociologist and gerontologist.
Correspondence and diaries of Susan McAllester, editor and photographer.
Correspondence, accounts, photographs, etc., of the Huntting and Rudd families of Sag Harbor, New York.
Correspondence, photographs, diaries, etc., of Catharine Frazee and Vachel Thomas Lindsay, their daughters, Olive Lindsay Wakefield and Joy Lindsay Blair, and other members of the Lindsay family.
Correspondence, mostly by19th century American women, compiled by Richard James Hooker of Chicago, Illinois.