COLLECTIONS: 1 - 18 of 18
Addenda to the papers (MC 304) of Edith Banfield Jackson, pediatrician and child psychiatrist, includes correspondence with colleagues, photographs and documentation of early day care centers, family correspondence, and patient records.
Papers of educator Elizabeth Blodgett Hall and her husband, Livingston Hall, a professor at the Harvard University Law School.
Biographical and personal material; organizational files; campaign records; speeches; conference and membership materials; writings; photographs; memorabilia; and audiovisual material of Mildred Jefferson, surgeon and nationally recognized spokesperson of the right-to-life movement.
Personal and professional papers of Doris Stevens, suffragist and international women's rights advocate.
Correspondence, writings, schoolwork, scrapbooks, diaries, and family records of philanthropist and teacher Dorothy Wallace.
Correspondence, diaries, writings, photographs, and home movies of Eloise Bittel Cohen, political and civic volunteer.
Diaries and correspondence of Evelyn Lorraine Schmitt Wallace, homemaker and teacher.
Journals, correspondence, plays, speeches, coursework, and video- and audiotapes of socialist, feminist, and playwright Gloria Albee.
Biographical material, appointment books, photographs, campaign records, teaching papers, writings, audiovisual material, etc., of Janis A. Pryor, media and political consultant.
Correspondence, diaries, research and teaching materials, etc., of sociologist and professor, Sarah Thomas Curwood.
Papers of Shirley Graham Du Bois, African American writer, playwright, composer, biographer, teacher, civil rights and left-wing activist.
Collection consists of family correspondence, diaries, legal and financial records, photographs, etc., of the Poor family of Andover, Maine; the Pierce family of Brookline, Massachusetts; the Fox family of Ledyard and Plainfield, Connecticut, and Dorchester, Massachusetts; and the Chandler family of Wilmington, Delaware, and Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Correspondence, brochures, photographs, financial records, audio and videotapes, and motion pictures of Camp Onaway, one of the first girls' camps in the United States. Also includes the organization's web site.
Correspondence, diaries, photographs, etc., of the Stark family of Dorchester, Massachusetts; the Bellamy family of Cleveland, Ohio; and the Crouter family which lived in the Philippines and Cleveland, Ohio, and was interned in a Japanese prisoner of war camp in the Philippines during World War II.