COLLECTIONS: 7811 - 7820 of 7846
FOUND IN: Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe InstituteCollection Identifier: Vt-99; MC 456
Overview: Printed material and videotapes of the Women's Video Collective.
Overview: The collection comprises correspondence, clippings, case notes, photographs and notes relating to cases that the Agency investigated, as well as brief accounts of famous historical crimes and criminals and some photos and materials dating from the founder's career as a member of the Boston Police Force.
Overview: Woodberry Poetry Room collection of artwork.
Overview: Collection of poems and letters assembled by the Woodberry Poetry Room in Lamont Library at Harvard University.
Overview: Photographs of poets and others associated with poetry, collected by the staff of the Woodberry Poetry Room of the Harvard College Library.
Overview: The Woodbridge and Backus families of Norwich, Connecticut, engaged in international and coastwise shipping and trade of commodities like iron, rum, molasses, tobacco, and sugar. The Woodbridge and Backus families business records date from 1725 to 1896 and consist of legal and estate papers, financial records, correspondence, and genealogical research.
Overview: Papers of Universalist minister Charles Woodhouse, including sermons, correspondence, and a discourse, lecture, poem, and photograph. The papers span 1836-1869.