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Correspondence, notebooks, diaries of the Julia Ward Howe family, centering around her husband, siblings, and children.
Clippings of the Women's Educational and Industrial Union, a non-profit social and educational agency in Boston, Massachusetts.
Biographical material, speeches, correspondence, etc., of Tove Gertrud Mueller Gerson, teacher, physical therapist, YWCA administrator, and activist for peace and civil rights.
Audiotape letters from Tove Gerson to her friend Elena Dodd.
Correspondence, writings, speeches, etc., by Julia Ward Howe, author and reformer, and members of her family.
Letter from Helen Keller, a humanitarian, activist, and author who was deafblind, to Bertha L Temple about Keller's election as vice-president of her freshman class at Radcliffe College, 1900.
Letter from Helen Keller, a humanitarian, activist, and author who was deafblind, to Mrs. H.L. Beach expressing her grief over the death of Keller's companion, Anne Sullivan Macy.
Papers of Helen Keller, a humanitarian, activist, and author who was deafblind, including a photocopied inscription by Keller and Annie Mansfield Sullivan from the book The Story of My Life, as well as letter from John Macy to Charles T. Copeland contained inside the volume.
Letters from Helen Keller, a humanitarian, activist, and author who was deafblind., to various people regarding topics such as her travels, speaking engagements, and urging support of the American Foundation for the Blind.
Materials about the dedication of the Helen Keller Garden at Radcliffe College, 1954, including printed copies of digital reproductions of photographs of Helen Keller, a Harvard Crimson article documenting the dedication, and a reminiscence of the day (by Barbara Healey Killian, Radcliffe College Class of 1953).
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.
Minutes, reports, correspondence, grant proposals, photographs, and memorabilia related to the Project on Women and Disability.
Correspondence, transcripts, photographs, and audiovisual material of Martha Stuart, producer, director, editor, and founder of Martha Stuart Communications, Incorporated.
Papers of Sue Shelton White, suffragist, lawyer, government official, and active Democrat.