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Overview: Papers of educator Elizabeth Blodgett Hall and her husband, Livingston Hall, a professor at the Harvard University Law School.
FOUND IN: Biblioteca Berenson, I Tatti - The Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance StudiesCollection Identifier: BER -4
Overview: Notes and drafts for writings, correspondence, and clippings by Frederick Hartt.
Overview: Short stories, poems, novellas, journals, class notebooks, correspondence, etc., of Katherine Butler Hathaway, Radcliffe College Class of 1914.
Overview: 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.
Overview: The James Jackson Putnam papers consist of records either created or collected by Putnam during his life or collected by his widow, Marian Cabot Putnam, after his death. The bulk of the collection is correspondence, most of it either from or to James Jackson Putnam. Correspondents include members of the Putnam, Morse, Shattuck, Cabot, and Jackson families as well as Sigmund Freud, Ernest Jones, Carl Jung, Boris Sidis, and Morton Prince, among other medical colleagues in the United States and...
FOUND IN: Houghton LibraryCollection — Multiple ContainersIdentifier: MS Thr 486
Overview: The research materials of Harvard music professor John Milton Ward.
Overview: Correspondence, writings, notes, photographs, and other materials acquired or created by J. Ari Kane-DeMaios, transgender activist, counselor, and executive director of the Outreach Institute of Gender Studies.
Overview: The Katherine Rodgers Denckla collection of records about George C. Cotzias, 1960-1979 (inclusive), consists of writings and publications collected by Denckla related to Cotzias' research on Parkinson’s disease and its treatment using L-dopa, a drug Cotzias developed. Denckla was a princial funder of Cotzia's research.