Women social reformers--United States
Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Overview: Minute books of American Female Moral Reform Society, an organization whose mission was to combat prostitution, provide aid for the poor, reform prisons, and promote Christianity.
Overview: Correspondence, diaries, writings by and about, and other professional papers of social worker, welfare advocate, labor supporter, and first salaried head of Hull-House, Charlotte E. Carr.
Overview: Diaries, engagement calendars, and correspondence of Ida Maud Cannon; stories, articles/essays, and scrapbooks by Cornelia James Cannon; family correspondence, of Cornelia, Walter B. Cannon, and their children: Bradford Cannon, Wilma (Cannon) Fairbanks, Linda (Cannon) Burgess, Marian (Cannon) Schlesinger, and Helen (Cannon) Bond; photographs of family and events.
Overview: Research material, photocopies of documents, notes, academic papers, and correspondence created and assembled by Joan C. Tonn while writing a biography of Mary Parker Follett.