COLLECTIONS: 1 - 18 of 18
Collection consists of an autograph album with about seventy autographs, inscriptions, and addresses from students of the Bordentown School. Most of the students who have signed are identifiable, a few have signed with nicknames or first names only. "My School-Day Autobiography" is stamped on the cover of the album.
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.
Correspondence, diaries, schoolwork, travel itineraries and souvenirs, financial records, scrapbooks, etc., documenting the lives of Barbara Gould Nylander; her husband, Donald Nylander; her children, Russell, Robert, Richard, and Karen; her mother, Flora Hazel Gould; and her aunt, Edith Rebecca Ervin.
Draft of an unpublished autobiography, photographs, writings, radio scripts, correspondence, etc., of Chloe Owings, social worker, college professor and dean, government official,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.
Correspondence, diaries, and notes documenting life of Dorothy Prosky, Jewish woman, social worker, mother and businesswoman in New York City, and her husband, businessman David Prosky.
Photographs and personal and professional correspondence of Gertrude Neumark Rothschild, advocate for women in science, and professor of material sciences and engineering at Columbia University.
Hosmer family correspondence, photographs, genealogical information, and research material compiled by Alice Jeannette Ward concerning sculptor Harriet Goodhue Hosmer.
Awards and honors, educational material, sermons, speeches, writings, photographs, memorabilia, audiovisual material, etc. of ordained minister Irene Monroe.
Biographical material, appointment books, photographs, campaign records, teaching papers, writings, audiovisual material, etc., of Janis A. Pryor, media and political consultant.
Scrapbook, writings, correspondence, photographs, flyers, clippings, etc., documenting the work of Jessie Hainning Rupert, an educator, lecturer, and opponent of slavery who was known as the "Angel of the Shenandoah" for her efforts to provide food, shelter, and medical care to soldiers and civilians on both sides of the Civil War.
Business correspondence, artwork, published cartoons, correspondence, family memorabilia, and Little Lulu-themed commercial products of Marjorie Henderson Buell, cartoonist and creator of Little Lulu.
Oral history transcripts and research material documenting American missionaries in China and Pearl S. Buck complied by writer and teacher Jane M. Rabb; scrapbook, autograph album, phonograph record, and photographs related to Rabb's years attending Tripp Lake Camp.
Correspondence, uniforms, program planning materials, financial records, and memorabilia of Camp Kehonka, one of the first camps for girls in the United States.