COLLECTIONS: 21 - 30 of 73
Overview: A collection of materials relating to the Norway-Sweden boundary arbitration of 1908-1909
FOUND IN: Harvard Art Museums ArchivesCollection Identifier: SC 1
Overview: Correspondence, photographs, writings, and other papers of Agnes Mongan, Curator of Drawings at Harvard's Fogg Museum and the first woman director of a major art museum in the United States.
Overview: Correspondence, photographs, travel journals, etc., of Caroline Phelps Stokes and Olivia Egleston Phelps Stokes, daughters from a wealthy and religious New York City family.
Overview: Photographs, writings, correspondence, and work files of pilot, journalist, travel expert, and professor Caroline Iverson Ackerman.
Overview: Papers of Catherine Mary (Coyne) Hudson, journalist for the Boston Herald and foreign correspondent during World War II.
Overview: Diaries, notebooks, correspondence, and artwork of gallery owner, artist, and antique dealer Celia T. Hubbard. Articles, posters, and publicity materials pertaining to the Botolph Group art gallery and to the artist Corita are also included.
Overview: Papers of Charlotte Curtis, society reporter and editor for the Columbus Citizen and the New York Times.
Overview: Papers of Constance Fern Parvey includes extensive writings, notes, correspondence, scrapbooks, photographs, and audiotapes, and document Parvey's professional career as a Lutheran minister, educator, writer, global feminist, and activist. A significant part of the collection focuses on her international work in elevating women's roles within the church.