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Autobiography of Mildred Aldrich, 1926

Collection Identifier: A-4; M-114
Overview:

Transcript of Midred Aldrich's autobiography, Confessions Of A Breadwinner.

Papers of Ann Fraser Brewer, ca.1861-2012 (inclusive), 1917-1945 (bulk)

Collection Identifier: MC 697
Overview:

Correspondence, scrapbooks, writings, diaries, and photographs, etc., documenting the lives of Ann Fraser Brewer; her husband, George Emerson Brewer, Jr., a playwright; and his parents, New York surgeon George Emerson Brewer, Sr., and Effie Leighton Brown Brewer.

Papers of Chloe Owings, 1878-1970

Collection Identifier: A-164
Overview:

Draft of an unpublished autobiography, photographs, writings, radio scripts, correspondence, etc., of Chloe Owings, social worker, college professor and dean, government official, public speaker and broadcaster.

Papers of Corinna Lindon Smith, 1851-1966

Collection Identifier: MC 433
Overview:

Correspondence, drafts, clippings, etc., of Corinna Putnam Smith, lecturer and civic reformer.

Papers of Edith Gratia Stedman, 1833-1978 (inclusive), 1913-1978 (bulk)

Collection Identifier: MC 345
Overview:

Correspondence, diaries, writings, etc., of Edith Gratia Stedman, social worker, college administrator, and writer.

Papers of Gertrude Foster Brown, 1822-1978 (inclusive), 1910-1949 (bulk)

Collection Identifier: MC 281; M-22; M-133, B1
Overview:

Autobiography, correspondence, etc., of Gertrude Foster Brown, suffragist, pianist, and editor.

Papers of Agnes Goldman Sanborn, 1752-1984 (inclusive), 1808-1984 (bulk)

Collection Identifier: 59-4--2014-M186; T-101
Overview:

Photographs, correspondence, genealogical and biographical materials of Agnes (Goldman) Sanborn, bacteriologist and civic activist.

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.