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Papers of Jennifer Abod, 1985

Collection Identifier: A/A154; T-176
Overview:

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."

Records of the Consumers' League of Massachusetts, 1891-1955

Collection Identifier: B-24
Overview:

Minutes, financial statements, reports, etc., of the Consumers' League of Massachusetts, which sought to mobilize public opinion in support of improved conditions for workers.

Indentures collection, 1746-1860

Collection Identifier: B/I38
Overview:

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, 1968-2012

Collection Identifier: MC 788
Overview:

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.

Papers of Mary E. (Mary Elisabeth) Dreier, 1797-1968 (inclusive), 1897-1968 (bulk)

Collection Identifier: MC 309
Overview:

Correspondence, day books, financial records, and photographs of Mary Dreier, social reformer, from Brooklyn, New York.

Papers of Pauline Newman, 1900-1980

Collection Identifier: MC 324; M-44
Overview:

Correspondence, reports, photographs, etc., of labor organizer Pauline Newman.

Papers of Harriet Jane Hanson Robinson and Harriette Lucy Robinson Shattuck, 1833-1937

Collection Identifier: A-80; M-110
Overview:

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.

Woman Alive! Collection, 1974-1977

Collection Identifier: MC 421; Vt-30
Overview:

Videotapes and program books of "Woman Alive!," a collaboration between Ms. Magazine and public television.