Women social reformers--United States
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
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.
Correspondence, legal documents, flyers, brochures, clippings, etc., relating to attempts to pass legislation defining pornography as a violation of women's civil rights in Cambridge, Massachusetts, the Massachusetts State legislature, and Bellingham, Washington.
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.
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.
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.