Found in 50 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence, biographical materials, diaries, etc., of Hilda Worthington Smith, the first director of the Bryn Mawr Summer School for Women Workers in Industry, and a founder of the Affiliated Schools for Workers, Inc.
Correspondence, speeches, articles, etc., of Laura Puffer Morgan, lecturer, writer, teacher, suffragist, and advocate for disarmament.
Writings, correspondence, professional reports and papers, and photographs of Lini M. De Vries, author, public health nurse, and teacher who was a nurse in the Spanish Civil War, and later worked with rural and indigenous communities in New Mexico and Mexico.
Papers of Joseph Burt Holt and Julia Evelyn Rollins Holt, who homesteaded in Minnesota and were instrumental in founding the town of Champlin; aided freedmen in Jackson, Mississippi; they taught school in Atlanta, Georgia; and worked on Indian reservations in Lac Court d'Oreilles, Wisconsin, and Los Pinos, Colorado.
Diaries, correspondence, writings, and photographs of the Tuttle family, Baptist missionaries, from Massachusetts.
Addenda to the papers of Hildegard E. Peplau, educator and psychiatric nurse, including biographical and personal material, correspondence, speeches, conference materials, writings, photographs, memorabilia, etc.
Official Radcliffe College correspondence of Le Baron Russell Briggs, professor and second president of Radcliffe College.
Records of Radcliffe College President, Matina Horner, including research papers, teaching material, speeches, clippings, appointment books, and publicity about Horner.
Radcliffe College Short Courses and Institutes Records contains records of the Institute on Historical and Archival Management, including correspondence, reports on student projects, financial statements, and publicity materials; materials for the seminar "Communications for the Volunteer"; also student records, later employment histories, course information, publicity, and brochures of the Radcliffe Publishing Course.
Carbon copy of the dissertation, The Educational Career of Susan Miller Dorsey, educator and superintendent of Los Angeles public schools, by Georgette Foster McGregor.