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Overview: Addenda to the papers (MC 304) of Edith Banfield Jackson, pediatrician and child psychiatrist, includes correspondence with colleagues, photographs and documentation of early day care centers, family correspondence, and patient records.
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.
Additional records of League of Women Voters (Cambridge, Mass.), ca.1919-1977 (inclusive), 1925-1950 (bulk)
Overview: Additional records of the League of Women Voters of Cambridge include board of director minutes and committee reports; annual meeting files; budgets; fundraising campaign files; committee subject files; and documentation of local Cambridge issues of interest to the League.
Overview: Additional records of the women's bookstore New Words, including administrative files, correspondence, financial records, readings and special event files, promotional material, photographs, memorabilia, audiovisual material, and electronic records.
Overview: Addenda to the records of the Rutland Corner House (174) founded in 1877 as "Home for Working Women"; the House eventually became a halfway house for mentally ill female outpatients.
Additional records of the American Association of University Women. Massachusetts State Division, 1921-2007
Overview: Additional records including constitutions, by-laws, minutes, reports, etc., of the Massachusetts State Division of the American Association of University Women, founded in 1921 through the merger of the Association of Collegiate Alumnae and the Southern Association of College Women.
Additional records of the League of Women Voters of Massachusetts, 1918-2001 (inclusive), 1960-1990 (bulk)
Overview: Additional records of the League of Women Voters of Massachusetts include program research files, local League files, and administrative and financial records.
Overview: Additional records of the National Organization for Women (NOW), the largest feminist organization in the United States.
Overview: Additional records of Wider Opportunities for Women, Inc., which include administrative and financial records; membership records; minutes; training materials; publications; clippings; and photographs.
Overview: Brothers Albert Smith (1763-1823) and Thomas Smith (born 1775) were merchants and shipmasters in Hanover, Massachusetts. The Albert and Thomas Smith papers, dated 1773-1814, consist of shipping records, legal documents, mainly related to Albert Smith's service as a justice of the peace, and personal and professional correspondence.