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Correspondence, writings, speeches, appointment books, meeting minutes, audiocassettes, DVDs, and electronic records of Vilma Hunt, dentist, scientist, researcher, writer, environmental activist, and feminist. Some material related to her husband, Edward Eyre Hunt, and his family, is also included.
Correspondence, photographs, etc., of Ada Louise Comstock, Radcliffe College president, 1923-1943, and pioneer for women in higher education.
Personal papers of Adele Siegel Rosenfeld, teacher and poet, document her courtship and marriage, children, and relationship with her family.
Papers of Audrey C. Foote, feminist, animal rights advocate, and writer, include personal and other writings, love-letters with her husband during their courtship, and diaries documenting her feelings about pregnancy, life in Paris, and her marriage difficulties.
Correspondence, speeches, appointment books, lecture notes, manuscript drafts, photographs, audiotapes, and phonograph records of historian Barbara Miller Solomon, lecturer at Harvard College and dean of Radcliffe and Harvard Colleges.
Correspondence, diaries, writings, photographs, and home movies of Eloise Bittel Cohen, political and civic volunteer.
Correspondence, appointment books, lecture notes, manuscript drafts, photographs, and audiotape of historian Janet Wilson James, professor at Boston College and director of the Schlesinger Library.
The papers of Kim Chernin, author, poet, psychological consultant, writing consultant, feminist, and lesbian, include correspondence, journals, draft manuscripts, and family papers.
Papers of Lucile Atcherson Curtis, member of the American Committee for Devastated France and the first woman in the U.S. Foreign Service.
Wartime correspondence, biographical material, work-related files, photographs, and motion pictures on three generations of the Marshall and Spiess families, including Elva Monck Spiess, Elva Jean Spiess Marshall, and Megan Marshall.
Papers of Irma von Starkloff Rombauer, Marion and John Becker, and their German ancestors, including drafts, correspondence with the publisher Bobbs-Merrill, royalty statements, fan mail, and publicity documenting the evolution of the Joy of Cooking through eight editions (1931-1975).