Cambridge (Mass.)--Social life and customs
Found in 26 Collections and/or Records:
Diaries, correspondence, and other papers, of Elizabeth Cary Agassiz, educator and researcher.
Audiotape letters from Tove Gerson to her friend Elena Dodd.
Papers of artist, writer, teacher, art and dream therapist Ann Sayre Wiseman contain childhood drawings; school papers and yearbooks; diaries; sketchbooks; articles and writings; and lectures and presentations.
Assignments and examinations, club material, biographies of the Radcliffe College classes of 1883-1889, reminiscences from members of the classes of 1883-1889 and 1890-1896, etc., of Annie Ware Winsor Allen, Radcliffe College Class of 1888.
Correspondence between Amy Fay, pianist and first president of the Women's Philharmonic Society of New York, actress Amy Fay Stone, and pianist Margaret Stone Wright.
Bylaws, programs, minutes, reports, etc., of Cambridge Home Information Center, an educational organization offering courses in cooking and household management for middle-class homemakers.
Financial records, minutes, reports, etc., of the Mothers' Club of Cambridge, Massachusetts, established to discuss issues concerning children.
Constitutions, financial records, minutes, etc., of the Mothers' Discussion Club of Cambridge (Mass.), an organization originally established to discuss problems relating to children and child rearing.
Constitutions, minutes, membership lists, etc., of the Mothers' Study Club of Cambridge (Mass.), established to promote discussion and socializing among its members.
Office files, photographs, publications, etc., of the Young Women's Christian Association of Cambridge.
Correspondence, mostly by19th century American women, compiled by Richard James Hooker of Chicago, Illinois.