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Additional papers of Harriet Goodhue Hosmer, 1848-1915

Collection Identifier: 81-M265--83-M228
Overview:

Addenda to the papers (A-162; M-60) of Harriet Goodhue Hosmer, including correspondence, clippings, etc.

Additional papers of the Julia Ward Howe family, 1758-1984 (inclusive), 1813-1945 (bulk)

Collection Identifier: MC 730
Overview:

Correspondence, notebooks, diaries of the Julia Ward Howe family, centering around her husband, siblings, and children.

Alma Lutz collection of documents by and about abolitionists and women's rights activists, 1775-1943

Collection Identifier: A-110; M-133
Overview:

Correspondence of Alma Lutz, author and suffragist, and others involved in the abolitionist and suffrage movements.

Papers of Olympia Brown, ca.1849-1963

Collection Identifier: A-69; M-133
Overview:

Correspondence, writings, sermons, etc., of Olympia Brown, suffragist, author, and first woman ordained by full denominational authority.

Ellis Gray Loring Family papers, 1824-1925

Collection Identifier: A-115
Overview:

Correspondence, diaries, notebooks, etc., of Ellis Gray Loring, lawyer and abolitionist, from Boston, Massachusetts, and of family members.

Papers of the Julia Ward Howe family, 1787-1984 (inclusive), 1787-1944 (bulk)

Collection Identifier: MC 272; M-133
Overview:

Correspondence, writings, speeches, etc., by Julia Ward Howe, author and reformer, and members of her family.

Papers of Julia Ward Howe, 1857-1961

Collection Identifier: A-24; M-133
Overview:

Correspondence, photographs, scrapbooks, writings, etc., of Julia Ward Howe, abolitionist, social activist, and poet.

Papers of the May and Goddard families, 1766-1912

Collection Identifier: A-134
Overview:

Photographs, correspondence, diaries, financial papers, etc., of the May and Goddard families, of New England, including social reformer Abigail Williams May.

Papers of Anna Howard Shaw in the Mary Earhart Dillon Collection, 1863-1961

Collection Identifier: A-68, Series X
Overview:

Papers of minister, physician, lecturer, and suffragist, Anna Howard Shaw.

Papers of Caroline Wells Healey Dall, 1829-1956 (inclusive), 1837-1916 (bulk).

Collection Identifier: MC 351
Overview:

Writings, notes, clippings, etc., of Caroline Wells (Healey) Dall, author and social reformer.

Papers of Harriet Burton Laidlaw, 1851-1958

Collection Identifier: A-63
Overview:

Correspondence, diary, articles, speeches, etc., of H. B. (Harriet Burton) Laidlaw, teacher and writer.

Papers of Helen D. Lyman, 1882-1919

Collection Identifier: A-33
Overview:

Scrapbook, photographs, etc., of Helen D. Lyman, minister in Benson, Vermont.

Papers of Laura Puffer Morgan and Ethel Puffer Howes, 1892-1962

Collection Identifier: A-151
Overview:

Correspondence, speeches, articles, etc., of Laura Puffer Morgan, lecturer, writer, teacher, suffragist, and advocate for disarmament.

Papers of Mary Hutcheson Page in the Woman's Rights Collection, 1892-1943

Collection Identifier: M-133, reel D29; WRC 653-653b
Overview:

Biographical material, correspondence, photographs, etc., of Mary Hutcheson Page, suffragist. These papers are part of the Woman's Rights Collection.

Papers of Mary Ware Dennett, 1874-1945

Collection Identifier: MC 392; M-138
Overview:

Correspondence, scrapbooks, writings, etc., of Mary Ware Dennett, suffragist, pacifist, artisan and advocate of birth control and sex education.

Papers of Sallie Joy White, 1828-1936

Collection Identifier: A-126
Overview:

Correspondence, clippings, photographs, etc., of Sallie Joy White, the first woman journalist in Boston.

Papers of the Blackwell family, 1784-1944 (inclusive), 1832-1939 (bulk)

Collection Identifier: A-77; M-35
Overview:

Chiefly papers of Congregational minister Antoinette Louisa Brown Blackwell, as well as papers and photographs of other family members.

Records of the New England Women's Club, 1843-1971

Collection Identifier: MC 178; M-145
Overview:

Minutes, correspondence, reports, etc., of the New England Women's Club, one of the oldest women's clubs in the United States.

Records of the Saturday Morning Club, 1871-1983

Collection Identifier: B-28; MP-1; Vt-131
Overview:

Bylaws, minutes, financial records, etc., of the Saturday Morning Club, established to promote "culture and social intercourse" for young women in Boston, Massachusetts.

Woman's rights collection, 1853-1958

Collection Identifier: WRC
Overview:

Correspondence, journals, notebooks, speeches, etc., from the unmicrofilmed portion of the Woman's Rights Collection.

Records of the Women's Rest Tour Association, 1891-1992

Collection Identifier: 1111--94-M173
Overview:

Records of the Women's Rest Tour Association and its successor organization, the Traveler's Information Exchange, document its efforts to inform and support women travelers.