Brothers and sisters
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Overview: Correspondence, writings, speeches, etc., by Julia Ward Howe, author and reformer, and members of her family.
Overview: Dissertation, "Intimate Acquaintance": Courtship and the Transition to Marriage in America, 1770-1900, by Ellen K. Rothman.
Scope of letters and drawings: Eight letters from George Williamson to his younger sister Marjorie in England. Each letter includes whimsical illustrations, many depicting Marjorie's adventures at school. Although the letters were written while Williamson was an student at Harvard, they contain few references to his undergraduate experiences, focusing instead on his sister's life at school, family news, and popular culture references to songs and plays. The series also contains one sheet of drawings of Marjorie as well as an...
Overview: Correspondence, reviews, articles, biographical material, financial documents, etc., of Frances Ullmann DeArmand, editor specializing in books and magazines for or about children and teenagers.
Overview: Correspondence, memoir, etc., of Hildegard Nagel, editor, translator, and author.
Overview: Correspondence, dream journals, writings, and song recital programs of singer and poet Jean Lunn.
Overview: Movie reviews, articles, essays, book reviews, manuscript drafts, correspondence, diaries, and photographs of feminist film critic Molly Haskell.
Overview: Correspondence of Ann Elizabeth Baltzley Hartshorn Potter, an artist, and her daughter, Pearl Potter Etz, and granddaughter Constance Etz Ferdon.