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Additional papers of the Albert Gallatin Browne family, 1805-1997 (inclusive), 1832-1908 (bulk)

Collection Identifier: MC 852
Overview:

Addenda to the papers (MC 298) of the Albert Gallatin Browne family from New England, including correspondence, journals, account books, and business papers.

Diaries of Margaret Harding Tileston Edsall, 1878-1912

Collection Identifier: MC 354
Overview:

Diaries of Margaret Harding Tileston Edsall, homemaker, mother, and traveler.

Diary of Delia Kingsley, 1906-1910

Collection Identifier: A/K5525
Overview:

Collection consists of Delia Kingsley's diary describing her teaching, studies, romantic interests, travels, and other daily concerns.

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 Donna M. Finn, 1971-2014

Collection Identifier: MC 882; Vt-280
Overview:

Correspondence, writings, notes, projects, and master's thesis of Donna Finn, Boston-based activist and co-founder of the Dorchester Women's Committee.

Papers of Frances Merritt Quick, 1817-1895

Collection Identifier: A-135
Overview:

Diaries and scrapbook of Frances Merritt Quick, teacher.

Papers of Sarah Ellen Browne, 1856-1859

Collection Identifier: MC 232
Overview:

Correspondence of Sarah Ellen Browne, daughter of Albert Gallatin Browne, while studying at the Agassiz School in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Papers of Susan W. McAllester, 1903-1994 (inclusive), 1950-1994 (bulk)

Collection Identifier: MC 923
Overview:

Correspondence and diaries of Susan McAllester, editor and photographer.

Papers of Tia Cross, 1963-2007

Collection Identifier: MC 801
Overview:

Correspondence, writings, photography, and memorabilia of Tia Cross, photographer, anti-racism activist, and feminist.

Richard James Hooker collection of letters from American women, 1788-1890

Collection Identifier: A-133
Overview:

Correspondence, mostly by19th century American women, compiled by Richard James Hooker of Chicago, Illinois.