COLLECTIONS: 1 - 12 of 12
Scripts and copies of "Book of Life" albums for the PBS television show, Finding Your Roots with Henry Louis Gates, Jr.
Correspondence, reports, articles, etc., of Marguerite Jeanne Queneau, nutritionist and dietitian.
Personal papers of Miriam Jay Wurts Andrus, philanthropist and activist for global peace, document her relationships with her parents and husband, international travel, and household management. Also contains diaries, correspondence, photographs, and genealogical records pertaining to the Benedict and Wurts families.
Correspondence, drafts, research notes, etc., documenting the preparation of the first three volumes of Notable American Women, a biographical dictionary of American women.
Correspondence, mostly by19th century American women, compiled by Richard James Hooker of Chicago, Illinois.
The Samuel Bancroft Barlow papers, 1798-1876, consist of letters from other Barlows concerning the family's genealogy, research notes and manuscript family histories by Barlow, and printed circulars and certificates from medical institutions and societies and the Massachusetts Militia. There are also letters from colleagues and associates including physicians Eli Ives (1779-1861), Joseph F. Jewett (1788-1859), and Vincent Holcombe, and a small amount of legal documents.
Photographs, correspondence, genealogical and biographical materials of Agnes (Goldman) Sanborn, bacteriologist and civic activist.
Diaries, correspondence, photographs, etc., of Nellie (Nugent) Somerville, suffragist and temperance worker; her daughter Lucy (Somerville) Howorth, lawyer; and other female family members in Mississippi.