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Diaries, correspondence, financial records, etc., of the Blackwell family
Alma Lutz collection of documents by and about abolitionists and women's rights activists, 1775-1943
Correspondence of Alma Lutz, author and suffragist, and others involved in the abolitionist and suffrage movements.
Transcripts of letters from Elizabeth Blackwell, the first woman to earn a medical degree in the United States, to Mrs. William Elder and to Dr. Gertrude Walker, recording secretary of the alumnae association of the Women's Medical College of Pennsylvania
Collection contains a photocopy of Margo Horn's PhD dissertation, Family Ties: The Blackwells, A Study in the Dynamics of Family Life in Nineteenth Century America.
Correspondence, writings, photographs, etc., of Alice Stone Blackwell, writer and suffragist. These papers are part of the Woman's Rights Collection.
Correspondence, notes, articles, etc., of Florence Woolsey Hazzard, historian.
Mainly two volumes of photographs and letters compiled by E. Jane Gay, who was official photographer on a 1889-1893 expedition to appartian tribal lands among the Winnebagos of Nebraska and the Nez Perces of Idaho.
Chiefly papers of Congregational minister Antoinette Louisa Brown Blackwell, as well as papers and photographs of other family members.
Correspondence, diaries, photographs, etc., of Blackwell family members, primarily the physician Elizabeth Blackwell, her daughter Katharine Kitty Barry Blackwell, and suffragist Alice Stone Blackwell.
Papers of suffragist and women's history advocate Edna Lamprey Stantial, including documents relating to and of Maud Wood Park, Alice Stone Blackwell, the Blackwell family, and Carrie Chapman Catt.