Mothers and daughters
Found in 74 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence, college papers, travel notes, etc., of Minnie Florence Roop Millette, teacher and civic volunteer.
Movie reviews, articles, essays, book reviews, manuscript drafts, correspondence, diaries, and photographs of feminist film critic Molly Haskell.
The papers of poet Pat Parker include journals; personal and professional correspondence; drafts; published and unpublished writings; reviews; articles; photographs; flyers, programs; publicity; periodicals; audiovisual material; and electronic records.
Writings and related, correspondence, clippings, work files, and television and radio interviews of psychologist, feminist, and author, Paula Caplan.
Speeches, professional writings, poetry, memoirs, diaries, correspondence, photographs, audio and videotapes, and electronic records of biologist and feminist Ruth Hubbard.
Correspondence, diaries, research and teaching materials, etc., of sociologist and professor, Sarah Thomas Curwood.
Biographical papers, diaries, photographs, etc., of Victoria Booth-Clibborn Demarest, minister, musician, and author of religious dramas and homilies.
letters, diaries, and biographical material documenting the lives of Mary Howe (Bigelow) Rice, her two daughters, Viola Rice and Mary Alice (Rice) Perry, and Mary Alice (Rice) Perry's daughter, Lulu Alma (Perry) Fuller.
Correspondence, photographs, poems, of schoolteacher, postmistress, and active member of Democratic party Mary Brackett Hoyt Ransom. Material related to her parents, Jackson M. and Mary Pickering Hoyt and other family members is also included.
Correspondence, mostly by19th century American women, compiled by Richard James Hooker of Chicago, Illinois.
Speeches, articles, market research, recipes, writings, proofs, and published advertisements created by Jean Wade Rindlaub, pioneering woman copywriter and advertising executive who specialized in selling products to women consumers.
Memoirs, recipes, correspondence, and naturalization papers of Pin Pin T'an, a Chinese woman who came to the United States in the 1930s.
Artwork (including drawings, paper dolls, watercolors, and silhouettes), diaries, scrapbook, correspondence, genealogical material (including family trees and photographs of ancestors), photographs, and electronic records of interior decorator Elizabeth Woodward Tyler.
Diaries and correspondence of Linda Worthington, documenting her experiences living and traveling in Asia, Africa, Europe, the Caribbean, and the United States.