Girls--Social life and customs--20th century
Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:
Letters from Radcliffe College alumnae Wilhelmina Batchelder-Brown to her parents Edward and Alice Van Liere, World War II ration books, report cards, and letters from other family members to Edward and Alice Van Liere.
Order of the Rainbow for Girls Collection of Sally Sullivan Benson, 1929-2015 (inclusive), 1948-1955 (bulk)
Pamphlets, memorabilia, photographs, and an Order of the Rainbow for Girls Bible that belonged to librarian Sally Sullivan Benson.
Correspondence, brochures, photographs, financial records, audio and videotapes, and motion pictures of Camp Onaway, one of the first girls' camps in the United States. Also includes the organization's web site.
Photographs, camp uniforms, song books, campers' letters, DVD, and memorabilia of Camp Walden, a girls' camp established in 1916.
Scrapbook created by Lillian Nobue Kajikawa containing photographs of Kajikawa and her classmates, certificates, report cards, and other ephemera documenting Kajikawa 's school years in Honolulu, Hawaii, and her early professional years working as a stenographer.
Papers of physical education instructor and medical illustrator Jean Wolfe document her family history, twenty-six years at summer camps for girls, professional work, medical issues, and her complicated relationships with women.
Personal papers of Patricia Miller King, former director of the Schlesinger Library (1973-1994). Also contains papers of her father, Donald Knox Miller, and his family.
Oral history transcripts and research material documenting American missionaries in China and Pearl S. Buck complied by writer and teacher Jane M. Rabb; scrapbook, autograph album, phonograph record, and photographs related to Rabb's years attending Tripp Lake Camp.
Correspondence, uniforms, program planning materials, financial records, and memorabilia of Camp Kehonka, one of the first camps for girls in the United States.
Records of Camp Fire for Eastern Massachusetts Council, founded as Greater Boston Council of Camp Fire Girls in 1919 to provide girls with club activities and camping opportunities.
Clippings, histories, correspondence, and photographs of the Saturday Evening Girls, a social group for working class young women in early-mid 20th century Boston, Massachusetts.
Letters from Gladys Sen to her pen pal, Corinne Serpe, who lived in Illinois, describing teenage life in Hawaii.