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Addenda to the papers (MC 298) of the Albert Gallatin Browne family from New England, including correspondence, journals, account books, and business papers.
Autobiography of Dorothy Kneeland Clark, educator.
Clara Goldberg Schiffer print collection documenting working women, 1839-1994 (inclusive), 1851-1890 (bulk)
19th century prints of women's work in the United States and abroad.
Photographs, correspondence, and clippings of the Curtis family from Boston, Massachusetts.
Writings, correspondence, speeches, and subject files of black feminist philosopher and prison abolitionist Angela Y. Davis.
Correspondence, writings, music notes, and other personal papers of music teacher Gattie Holmes.
Collection consists of transcripts and audio recordings of interviews with African American women carried out by Boehm in preparation for her book, Making a Way out of No Way: African American Women and the Second Great Migration.
Collection includes drafts of Sarah's Psalm; and The Spirit of Josephine, reviews and correspondence concerning the books; personal and literary correspondence; office files related to Ladd's tenure at Radcliffe College's The Bunting Institute, and Harvard's Graduate School of Design; photographs; and audio recordings of interviews with Ladd.
Letter from May Laidley of New Richmond, Ohio, to Mrs. G. W. Summers of Kanawah County, West Virginia, describing Laidley's visits with an unnamed African American woman who is an acquaintance of the Summers family and may have been enslaved by them.
Tapes and transcripts of interviews focusing on women and their involvement in the beginnings of the women’s reform movement in the United States Department of State during the early 1970s, conducted by the Women's Action Organization, formed to address some of the long-standing inequities in the treatment of women in the State Department and its "sister" Foreign Service agencies.
Correspondence, photographs, travel journals, etc., of Caroline Phelps Stokes and Olivia Egleston Phelps Stokes, daughters from a wealthy and religious New York City family.
Correspondence, articles, speeches, etc., of Dorothy Childs Cross Remington Zeiger, educator and first white teacher at Central State College, a predominantly black institution in Wilberforce, Ohio.
Correspondence, writings, photographs, etc., of Dorothy West, African American writer.