COLLECTIONS: 1 - 25 of 114
Addenda to the papers (837--69-31) of Bertha Sanford Gruenberg, journalist, lecturer, and camp director.
Additional papers of Dorothy Kirchwey Brown, Democratic Party activist and social reformer, include files on Massachusetts child welfare organizations, League of Women Voters material, and personal and family correspondence
Correspondence, photographs, diaries, etc., of Catharine Frazee and Vachel Thomas Lindsay, their daughter, Olive Lindsay Wakefield, and other members of the Lindsay family.
Correspondence, journals, scrapbooks, sketchbooks, writings, address books, etc., of the Nichols-Shurtleff family of Boston, Massachusetts.
Correspondence of Ann Elizabeth Baltzley Hartshorn Potter, an artist; her daughter, Pearl Potter Etz, granddaughter Constance Etz Ferdon, and other members of the extended Baltzley, Potter, Etz, and Ferdon families.
Addenda to the papers (MC 281) of Gertrude Foster Brown, including correspondence, photographs, diaries, etc.
Correspondence and other writings of members of the Carlyle-Brown-Dublin family.
Correspondence, memoirs, photographs, ephemera, etc., of members of the American Red Cross Clubmobile Service, who served coffee and doughnuts to servicemen during World War II.
Photographs, correspondence, and clippings of the Curtis family from Boston, Massachusetts.
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.
Sheet music published in America, chiefly from (but not limited to) the Raymond S. Wilkins and Evert Jansen Wendell collections; for voice and piano, some for piano solo.
Letters from Maria Magdalen Flagg to her aunt, Lydia Nightingale, discussing family, friends, and her courtship, and observations on her mother's death in childbirth.
Papers of civil rights, peace, and social justice activist, Cynthia Anthonsen Foster.
This collection contains letters to Lemuel Shaw, dated 1798-1857, from five other members of the Harvard College class of 1800: Timothy Boutelle, Timothy Flint, Abiel Holbrook, William Sawyer, and Daniel Kimball. A folder enclosed with the correspondence indicates Shaw was on a committee to collect biographical information on the class of 1800, and these letters, which date from their college days until late adulthood, may have been used to compile a class book.
Correspondence, writings, speeches, etc., by Julia Ward Howe, author and reformer, and members of her family.
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.
Dissertation, "Intimate Acquaintance": Courtship and the Transition to Marriage in America, 1770-1900, by Ellen K. Rothman.