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Papers of Boston, Massachusetts, community and civil rights activist Ruth Batson.
Correspondence, diaries, financial accounts, photographs, etc., of seven prominent New England and Pennsylvanian families: Alger, Rodgers, Meigs, Taylor, Jackson, Price, and Hubbell.
Correspondence of the Almy, Cabot, and Jackson families from New England.
Correspondence and diaries of the Nichols and Shurtleff families from New England.
Correspondence, diaries, photographs, etc., of the Richardson family of Milton, Massachusetts.
Collection consists of family correspondence, diaries, legal and financial records, photographs, etc., of the Poor family of Andover, Maine; the Pierce family of Brookline, Massachusetts; the Fox family of Ledyard and Plainfield, Connecticut, and Dorchester, Massachusetts; and the Chandler family of Wilmington, Delaware, and Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Records of the Massachusetts Chapter of the National Organization for Women (NOW) document its efforts on behalf of women's rights and an end to violence against women through lobbying the state legislature, advocating before government agencies, and organizing public demonstrations.
Board records, financial documents, and correspondence of NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts, the Massachusetts affiliate of NARAL Pro-Choice America.
Records include correspondence, minutes, financial accounts, student project proposals, and reports of Radcliffe College's Education for Action, which supported student work in community service and social action.
Records of the feminist newspaper Sojourner, including correspondence, administrative records, photographs, and promotional materials.