COLLECTIONS: 1 - 20 of 20
Alma Lutz collection of documents by and about abolitionists and women's rights activists, 1775-1943
Correspondence of Alma Lutz, author and suffragist, and others involved in the abolitionist and suffrage movements.
Collection contains a photocopy of Margo Horn's PhD dissertation, Family Ties: The Blackwells, A Study in the Dynamics of Family Life in Nineteenth Century America.
Typed draft of Lois W. Banner's book, Elizabeth Cady Stanton: A Radical for Woman's Rights.
Consists of journals, notebooks, commonplace books, and a few letters. The notebooks include writings on education and theology, Hebrew prophets, and common schools. The journals in part record Wright's activities as a travelling agent for the American Sunday School Union and for a peace society. Includes 2 volumes of letters to H. C. Wright from English, Irish, and Scottish correspondents.
Scrapbook of Maria Theresa Baldwin Hollander containing letters to Hollander from colleagues in the woman suffrage movement and from relatives and friends.
Sermons and correspondence of Lucien Farnham, including an account of conditions for formerly enslaved people in Georgia.
Diaries, notes, notebook, etc., of Ann Maria Davison, a widow living on a plantation in Louisiana who wrote on the evils of slavery.
Writings, notes, clippings, etc., of Caroline Wells (Healey) Dall, author and social reformer.
Chiefly papers of Congregational minister Antoinette Louisa Brown Blackwell, as well as papers and photographs of other family members.
Correspondence, mostly by19th century American women, compiled by Richard James Hooker of Chicago, Illinois.
Correspondence, scrapbooks, and diaries of author and former mill girl Harriet Jane Hanson Robinson and her daughter, Harriette Lucy Robison Shattuck, suffragist and women’s clubs advocate.