COLLECTIONS: 1 - 23 of 23
Correspondence, notebooks, diaries of the Julia Ward Howe family, centering around her husband, siblings, and children.
Alma Lutz collection of documents by and about abolitionists and women's rights activists, 1775-1943
Correspondence of Alma Lutz, author and suffragist, and others involved in the abolitionist and suffrage movements.
Correspondence, writings, speeches, etc., by Julia Ward Howe, author and reformer, and members of her family.
Papers concerning the Battle Hymn of the Republic by author and suffragist Julia Ward Howe.
Writings, notes, clippings, etc., of Caroline Wells (Healey) Dall, author and social reformer.
Correspondence, speeches, articles, etc., of Laura Puffer Morgan, lecturer, writer, teacher, suffragist, and advocate for disarmament.
Biographical material, correspondence, photographs, etc., of Mary Hutcheson Page, suffragist. These papers are part of the Woman's Rights Collection.
Chiefly papers of Congregational minister Antoinette Louisa Brown Blackwell, as well as papers and photographs of other family members.
Minutes, correspondence, reports, etc., of the New England Women's Club, one of the oldest women's clubs in the United States.
Bylaws, minutes, financial records, etc., of the Saturday Morning Club, established to promote "culture and social intercourse" for young women in Boston, Massachusetts.
Papers of minister, physician, lecturer, and suffragist, Anna Howard Shaw.
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.