COLLECTIONS: 1 - 8 of 8
Collection consists of printed material about Jennifer Abod and the International Women's Radio Exchange which she founded in 1985 and 1 audiotape entitled, "Hard Times: Cotton Mill Girls."
Minutes, financial statements, reports, etc., of the Consumers' League of Massachusetts, which sought to mobilize public opinion in support of improved conditions for workers.
Collection consists of eight indentures, most binding girls to apprenticeships ranging from two to seventeen years to learn housekeeping; some are signed by a parent, others by overseers of the poor.
Papers of Fran Leeper Buss include writings, correspondence, clippings, and printed materials, which document her life as a wife and mother, oral historian, teacher, and activist. Also included are notes and transcripts of oral history interviews.
Correspondence, day books, financial records, and photographs of Mary Dreier, social reformer, from Brooklyn, New York.
Correspondence, scrapbooks, and diaries of author and former mill girl Harriet Jane Hanson Robinson and her daughter, Harriette Lucy Robison Shattuck, suffragist and women’s clubs advocate.