Found in 41 Collections and/or Records:
Addenda to the papers (MC 298) of the Albert Gallatin Browne family from New England, including correspondence, journals, account books, and business papers.
Addenda to the papers (A-103) of the Alger family from New England, including correspondence, photographs, and account books.
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 League of Women Voters of Massachusetts, 1918-2001 (inclusive), 1960-1990 (bulk)
Additional records of the League of Women Voters of Massachusetts include program research files, local League files, and administrative and financial records.
Addenda to the papers (MC 281) of Gertrude Foster Brown, including correspondence, photographs, diaries, etc.
The Harry Chick collection of railroad photographs and ephemera contains postcards, photographs, stereographs and ephemera pertaining to locomotives and railroads. The materials were collected by railroad enthusiast Harry Chick.
Consists of three volumes of Kittredge's account books dating from 1829 to 1857. Entries include male, female, and juvenile patients, with their place of residence, date, treatment, and fee charged. Kittredge dressed legs, fingers, hands; extracted teeth, handled obstetrics cases, and vaccinated individuals and groups.
Writings, notes, clippings, etc., of Caroline Wells (Healey) Dall, author and social reformer.
Diaries, notebooks, correspondence, and artwork of gallery owner, artist, and antique dealer Celia T. Hubbard. Articles, posters, and publicity materials pertaining to the Botolph Group art gallery and to the artist Corita are also included.
Diaries and correspondence of Evelyn Lorraine Schmitt Wallace, homemaker and teacher.
Writings, letters, scrapbooks, and photographs of prison reformer Fanny Southard (Hay) Hall documenting her childhood and family life, civic work in Cleveland, and social work in New York City during the Depression.