COLLECTIONS: 1 - 25 of 29
Correspondence, journals, scrapbooks, sketchbooks, writings, address books, etc., of the Nichols-Shurtleff family of Boston, Massachusetts.
Sheet music published in America, chiefly from (but not limited to) the Raymond S. Wilkins and Evert Jansen Wendell collections; for voice and piano, some for piano solo.
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 and photographs of Antoinette N. Spruyt, rancher and farmer.
Draft of an unpublished autobiography, photographs, writings, radio scripts, correspondence, etc., of Chloe Owings, social worker, college professor and dean, government official, public speaker and broadcaster.
Correspondence, diaries, writings, etc., of Clara Savage Littledale, author, editor, and expert on child rearing.
Papers of sculptor and landscape painter Katharine Beecher Stetson, as well as papers of her parents, Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Charles Walter Stetson, and Grace Ellery Channing.
Papers of Lucile Atcherson Curtis, member of the American Committee for Devastated France and the first woman in the U.S. Foreign Service.
Correspondence, reports, articles, etc., of Marguerite Jeanne Queneau, nutritionist and dietitian.
Correspondence, biographical and financial material, clippings and articles, book-related files, family papers, and photographs of author and journalist Mary Lee.
Papers of Mary Peabody, member of the Peabody family of Massachusetts, activist, and civic volunteer.
Correspondence and diaries of Susan McAllester, editor and photographer.
Correspondence, photographs, memoirs, etc., of members of the Barry family.
Correspondence; diaries; notebooks; scrapbooks and photo albums; sheet music; poetry; daguerreotypes and tintypes; printed materials, etc., of the Blech, Meyer, Dow, Rhein, and Dowd families, including information about Moravian life in Pennsylvania, family life in Ohio throughout the nineteenth century, and an archaeological expedition to Nippur, the religious capital of Mesopotamia.
Collection consists of family correspondence, diaries, legal and financial records, sermons, photographs, and spirit writings of the Herrick and Chapman families.
Wartime correspondence, biographical material, work-related files, photographs, and motion pictures on three generations of the Marshall and Spiess families, including Elva Monck Spiess, Elva Jean Spiess Marshall, and Megan Marshall.