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These addenda consist of a photograph, personal and business correspondence, publicity materials, and writings by Eve Merriam.
Correspondence, draft and published writings, royalty statements, journals, notebooks, publicity materials, etc., of Eve Merriam, poet, playwright, director, lyricist, and feminist.
Papers of Shirley Graham Du Bois, African American writer, playwright, composer, biographer, teacher, civil rights and left-wing activist.
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, radio and television scripts, book reviews, etc., of Eve Merriam, writer and feminist.
Correspondence, diaries, photographs, etc., of Gertrude J. Berman, actress, writer, and businesswoman.
Journals, correspondence, plays, speeches, coursework, and video- and audiotapes of socialist, feminist, and playwright Gloria Albee.
Papers of poet and author Honor Moore, including papers of her mother Jenny McKean Moore and her grandmother, artist Margarett Sargent McKean.
Papers of Izola L. Forrester, child actress and writer.
Biographical and personal papers, correspondence, theatrical activities, writings, photographs and other papers of actress, director, and playwright June Brenner Judson.
Plays, short works in prose and verse, photographs, etc., of Lillian Louise Lidman Greneker, sculptor, inventor, and writer.
Journal, photographs, scrapbooks, writings, etc., of Maud Wood Park, suffragist, civic reformer, and writer. These papers are part of the Woman's Rights Collection.
Diaries, family records, play scripts, correspondence, and speeches of arts consultant, producer, playwright, lyricist, and writer Priscilla Dewey Houghton.
Grant applications, financial records, theater festival programs, clippings, audio- and videotapes of Sophie Parker, director of the Women in Theatre festival in Boston, Massachusetts.
Writings, correspondence, and notes by feminist writer and social critic Susan Griffin.