Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:
Consists of four notebooks and three letters. One notebook is a carbon copy of letters sent to “Dad” during a train trip through Canada, presumably Macmillan, Jr. to Macmillan, Sr. Two notebooks are class notes from Macmillan’s time at Harvard Medical School on pathology and an unidentified subject. The remaining, larger, notebook is notes from a class on music. The three letters are from the last years of Macmillan’s life and deal with business matters.
Autobiography of Dorothy Kneeland Clark, educator.
Diaries of Margaret Harding Tileston Edsall, homemaker, mother, and traveler.
Collection includes drafts of Sarah's Psalm; and The Spirit of Josephine, reviews and correspondence concerning the books; personal and literary correspondence; office files related to Ladd's tenure at Radcliffe College's The Bunting Institute, and Harvard's Graduate School of Design; photographs; and audio recordings of interviews with Ladd.
Diaries, notes, notebook, etc., of Ann Maria Davison, a widow living on a plantation in Louisiana who wrote on the evils of slavery.
Correspondence, diaries, financial accounts, photographs, etc., of seven prominent New England and Pennsylvanian families: Alger, Rodgers, Meigs, Taylor, Jackson, Price, and Hubbell.
Correspondence of the Almy, Cabot, and Jackson families from New England.
Constitution, by-laws, minutes, programs, travel records, and member biographies of the Women's Travel Club, which was patterned after the Harvard Travellers Club and whose stated purpose was to help other women travelers.