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Papers of Marilyn Alexander, 1950-1954

Collection Identifier: A/A377
Overview: Collection includes a narrative of Marilyn Alexander's visit to Georgia to raise awareness for the Rosa Lee Ingram case as an unlawful conviction; a letter from Charles A. Pannell, chairman of the Georgia State Board of Pardons and Paroles to Alexander regarding Ingram; a report on the Women's Committee for Equal Justice delegation visit to Georgia; and a February 1950 issue of Masses & Mainstream with an illustration by Charles White entitled "The Ingram...

Papers of Catharine Deveney Dunham, 1887-1919

Collection Identifier: A-19
Overview:

Speeches by Catharine Deveney Dunham, a delegate-at-large of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union.

Ed Pincus Collection

Collection Identifier: hfa00023
Overview: This collection contains film and video materials produced by documentary filmmaker Ed Pincus in collaboration with David Neuman, Steve Asher, and Lucia Small from the beginning of his career in 1967 to his reappearance in 2007, as well as nine 16mm projection prints from his personal film collection. The majority of the collection consists of 16mm projection prints, internegatives, track negatives, and original camera reversal elements of Pincus and his collaborators' documentary films from...

Lloyd K. (Lloyd Kirkham) Garrison papers

Collection Identifier: HOLLIS 3093953
Overview: Contains a variety of materials relating chiefly to his personal, political, and civil rights activities. The collection contains family papers pre-dating Garrison's birth and other personal correspondence with his friends and colleagues. Much of this correspondence provides a unique look into the social and political milieu of New York City in the mid-Twentieth Century. A subseries titled, Major Correspondence, consists of correspondence with noted legal figures. The papers also include...

Papers of Pauli Murray, 1827-1985

Collection Identifier: MC 412; T-194; T-245
Overview:

Correspondence, writings, photographs, etc., of Pauli Murray, lawyer, activist, and first African-American woman ordained as an Episcopal priest.

Papers of Barbara Deming, 1886-1995

Collection Identifier: MC 408; T-248
Overview:

Correspondence, writings, etc., of Barbara Deming, feminist lesbian author and activist.

Papers of Charlotte Hawkins Brown, 1900-1961

Collection Identifier: A-146; M-92
Overview:

Correspondence, speeches, etc., of Charlotte Hawkins Brown, educator and founder of the Palmer Memorial Institute in Sedalia, North Carolina.

Papers of James Chaplin Beecher, 1850-1946

Collection Identifier: A-123
Overview:

Correspondence, diaries, photographs of James C. Beecher, son of Lyman Beecher, and other family members.

Papers of Marita Bonner, 1940-1986

Collection Identifier: SC 97
Overview:

Correspondence, essays, short fiction, photographs, etc., of Marita Bonner, Radcliffe College Class of 1922.

Papers of Maud Wood Park in the Woman's Rights Collection, 1870-1960

Collection Identifier: WRC Pa; M-133, reels D30-48; M-91
Overview:

Journal, photographs, scrapbooks, writings, etc., of Maud Wood Park, suffragist, civic reformer, and writer. These papers are part of the Woman's Rights Collection.

Papers of Ruth Batson, 1919-2003 (inclusive) 1951-2003 (bulk)

Collection Identifier: MC 590
Overview:

Papers of Boston, Massachusetts, community and civil rights activist Ruth Batson.

Papers of Virginia Foster Durr, 1919-2007

Collection Identifier: MC 856; T-388; Vt-211
Overview:

Biographical materials, correspondence, clippings, photographs, etc., of Virginia Foster Durr, civil rights activist.

Records of Transition House, 1975-1991

Collection Identifier: 84-M18--91-M187; Vt-13
Overview:

Newsletters, programs, audiovisual materials, etc., of Transition House, a refuge for battered women and their children in Massachusetts.

Papers of Vivian Rothstein, 1924-2017

Collection Identifier: MC 995; DVD-130; Vt-282; Phon-072; T-536
Overview:

Correspondence, writings, and political ephemera of feminist, anti-Vietnam War, and homeless rights activist Vivian Rothstein.