COLLECTIONS: 191 - 200 of 204
Overview: Collection consists of family correspondence, diaries, legal and financial records, photographs, etc., of the Poor family of Andover, Maine; the Pierce family of Brookline, Massachusetts; the Fox family of Ledyard and Plainfield, Connecticut, and Dorchester, Massachusetts; and the Chandler family of Wilmington, Delaware, and Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Overview: Correspondence, diaries, financial records, etc., of the Eaton, Stearns and Buck families gathered by Priscilla Cushing Sprague.
Overview: Records of the Women's Rest Tour Association and its successor organization, the Traveler's Information Exchange, document its efforts to inform and support women travelers.
Overview: Constitution, by-laws, minutes, programs, travel records, and member biographies of the Women's Travel Club, which was patterned after the Harvard Travellers Club and whose stated purpose was to help other women travelers.
Overview: Correspondence, mostly by19th century American women, compiled by Richard James Hooker of Chicago, Illinois.
FOUND IN: Biblioteca Berenson, I Tatti - The Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance StudiesFonds Identifier: BER -7
Overview: Correspondence, writings, photographs and other personal and professional papers of Laurance Roberts and his wife Isabel M. Spaulding. Laurance, Orientalist and museum curator; Assistant Curator of Chinese Art, Brooklyn Museum 1934-1938; Director, 1938-1942; Director American Academy in Rome, 1946-1960; married 1937 Isabel Spaulding (Director, Brooklyn Museum, 1943-1946).
Overview: Scanned copy, only available in electronic form, of Louisa Levite Sommers's memoir entitled "Looking Back," in which she describes her childhood in Germany (diphtheria, first day of school, death of her mother), the increasing threat of Nazis, how her family left Germany and came to the United States, and her schooling.
Overview: Correspondence, diaries, photographs, etc., of the Stark family of Dorchester, Massachusetts; the Bellamy family of Cleveland, Ohio; and the Crouter family which lived in the Philippines and Cleveland, Ohio, and was interned in a Japanese prisoner of war camp in the Philippines during World War II.