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Found in 92 Collections and/or Records:

Papers of Frances Squire Potter, 1879-1923

Collection Identifier: 1441--81-M120
Overview: Plays, stories, speeches, etc., of Frances Boardman Squire Potter, writer, educator, and lecturer.

Papers of Gerda Lerner, 1950-1995

Collection Identifier: 75-37--96-M8
Overview: Correspondence, interviews, writings, etc., of Gerda Lerner, historian and author.

Papers of Grace Ellery Channing, 1806-1973

Collection Identifier: 83-M201
Overview: Correspondence, writings, etc., of author Grace Ellery (Channing) Stetson.

Papers of Grace Gallatin Seton-Thompson, 1860s-1993

Collection Identifier: A-47
Overview: Correspondence, journals, legal and financial documents, etc., of Grace Gallatin Seton-Thompson, author, feminist, and world traveler, and committeewoman.

Papers of Grace Norton, ca.1898

Collection Identifier: A-31
Overview: Manuscripts of lectures and articles on 17th- and 18th-century French literary personages including a series on French women by Grace Norton, author and lecturer.

Papers of Harriet Burton Laidlaw, 1851-1958

Collection Identifier: A-63
Overview: Correspondence, diary, articles, speeches, etc., of H. B. (Harriet Burton) Laidlaw, teacher and writer.

Papers of Helen Barolini, 1947-1983

Collection Identifier: 84-M35
Overview: Correspondence, writings, etc., of Helen Barolini, writer and translator.

Papers of Helen Clarkson Miller Davis, 1902-1954

Collection Identifier: A-16
Overview: Correspondence, autobiographical sketch, speeches, etc., of Helen Clarkson Miller Davis, author and headmistress of the Spence School in New York City.

Papers of Helen Duprey Bullock, 1953-1975

Collection Identifier: MC 320
Overview: Correspondence, recipes, menus, etc., of Helen Claire Duprey Bullock, author and historian.

Papers of Helen Keller, 1898-2003

Collection Identifier: SC 11
Overview: Correspondence, clippings, photographs, etc., of Helen Keller, a humanitarian, activist, author, and a member of Radcliffe College Class of 1904, who was deafblind.