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    • Harriet Jacobs: Selected Writings and Correspondence

    • Highlights include correspondence with Lydia Maria Child and Amy Post; Jacobs' appeal for aid for the Savannah Freedmen's Orphan Asylum; and "Advertisement for the capture of Harriet Jacobs. American Beacon, Norfolk Virginia, July 4, 1835.
    • African American women authors; Women slaves; Women social reformers
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    • School Desegregation in Norfolk, Virginia

    • Hightlights include oral history interviews with Ruth James, lead litigant in the court cases initiated to reopen Norfolk's schools, and Vivian Carter Mason, a founder of the Women's Council for Interracial Cooperation; records from the Women's...
    • African American women; Civil rights movements; School integration; Societies and clubs; Women teachers
    • United States -- Virginia -- Norfolk
    • Elizabeth Murray Project

    • The site includes a variety of primary source types, including correspondence, legal records (Murray's will and prenuptial agreements), advertisements, and portraits.
    • Businesswomen; Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775
    • United States -- Massachusetts -- Boston
    • From Paris to Providence: Fashion Art and the Tirocchi Dressmakers' Shop, 1915-1947

    • Anna and Laura Tirocchi managed A. & L. Tirocchi Gowns in Providence, Rhode Island from 1915 until 1947. The collection includes approximately 200 items of correspondence from clients, employees, and personal friends of Anna Tirocchi; records of...
    • Businesswomen; Dressmakers; Employment; Fashion design; Immigrants; Italian American women; Sisters; Women consumers
    • United States -- Rhode Island -- Providence
    • Grant-Burr Family Papers

    • Correspondence between and to Caroline Burr Grant (1820-1892) and her husband Daniel Grant (1818-1892).
    • Child rearing; Childbirth; Civil War, 1861-1865; Courtship; Education; Marriage; Pregnancy; Religion; Social life and customs; Women missionaries;
    • United States -- Massachusetts; United States -- Wisconsin
    • Ohio Memory

    • Highlights include Lucinda Lenore Merriss Cornell's diary covering the Ohio homefront during the Civil War; librarian Nettie E. Wheeler's diary from 1870; Margaret Boyd, the first woman enrolled in Ohio University, kept this diary in 1873 and...
    • Civil War, 1861-1865; Education; Societies and clubs; Teachers; Temperance; Women college students; Women -- Suffrage
    • United States -- Ohio
    • Call Family and Brevard Family Papers

    • Ellen Call Long's diary notes the progress and conclusion of the Civil War, and the assassination of Lincoln. Long's correspondence documents her experience as a member of Confederate memorial associations and women's organizations; correspondence...
    • Civil War, 1861-1865; Societies and clubs; Women authors;
    • United States -- Florida
    • ARC Gallery: Rose O'Neal Greenhow

    • Rose O'Neal Greenhow (1817-1864) was a socialite in Washington, DC, and a Confederate spy. This collection includes the correspondence (175 documents) that the U.S. Intelligence Service seized from Greenhow's home in August 1861. Highlights...
    • Civil War, 1861-1865; Women spies
    • United States--District of Columbia--Washington (D.C.)
    • Civil War Women: Online Archival Collections

    • The correspondence of Rose O'Neal Greenhow (1817-1864) documents her work as a spy for the Confederacy. The correspondence of Sarah Thompson (1838-1909) contains testimonials of Thompson's services to the Federal government and her subsequent...
    • Civil War, 1861-1865; Women; Women spies
    • United States -- Tennessee; United States -- Washington, D.C.
    • Toni Stabile Papers

    • Toni Stabile, an advocate for cosmetic safety, is the author of Cosmetics: Trick or Treat? (1966) and Cosmetics: The Great American Skin Game (1973, 1979). Her work paved the way for such reforms as cosmetic ingredient listing on labels. This...
    • Consumer protection; Cosmetics industry; Investigative reporting; Women journalists
    • United States -- New York (State) -- New York
    • Old Sturbridge Village: Historic Documents

    • Transcriptions of diaries, letters, and other documents about life and events in New England from the 1790s to the 1850s. Highlights include a prenuptial agreement from 1835, correspondence concerning work in textile mills, and the courtship...
    • Courtship; Employment; Marriage; Social life and customs; Women
    • United States -- Massachusetts
    • Eleanor Roosevelt Papers Project

    • Includes "My Day" columns, correspondence related to the Kennedy election of 1960, articles, and transcripts of speeches.
    • Human rights; Presidents' spouses
    • United States
    • Archivos Virtuales: Papers of Latino and Latin American Artists

    • Transcripts of oral history interviews with Juana Alicia, Judith Baca, Barbara Carrasco, Elsa Flores, Judithe Hernandez, Luchita Hurtado, Carmen Lomas Garza, Celia Alvarez Muñoz, Sylvia Orozco, Regina Vater, and Liliana Wilson. This collection...
    • Immigrants; Latinas; Women artists
    • United States
    • Kate and Sue McBeth, Missionary Teachers to the Nez Percé

    • Sisters Sue McBeth (1830-1893) and Kate McBeth (1833-1915) were missionary teachers to the Nez Percé in North-central Idaho during the last quarter of the 19th century. In addition to documenting their interactions with the Nez Percé tribe and...
    • Indians of North America; Religion; Sisters; Women missionaries; Women teachers
    • United States -- Idaho
    • Samuel and Sarah Wait Collection

    • Includes Sarah Wait's journal (1815-1817) and correspondence, 1822-1831. In one letter (May 16, 1831), Sarah informed her husband about the death of their young son.
    • Marriage; Religion
    • United States -- North Carolina
    • Lowcountry Digital Library

    • Highlights from this collection include the Septima Poinsette Clark Scrapbook, correspondence and memorabilia from the Pierrine Smith Byrd Collection, and MUSC College of Nursing Class Photos.
    • Nursing -- Study and teaching; Women college graduates; Women college students
    • United States -- South Carolina
    • Martha Washington: A Life

    • The "Archive" section of this site includes Martha Washington’s correspondence and other documents, art work, and material culture objects.
    • Presidents' spouses; Revolution, 1775-1783; Social life and customs
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    • Highlights from the Saltonstall Family Collections

    • The papers, photographs, art, and artifacts of the Saltonstall family, one of the founding families of Massachusetts, document five centuries of family history and involvement in public life. Highlights include the correspondence of Mary Cooke...
    • Revolution, 1775-1783; World War, 1914-1918
    • France; United States--Massachusetts
    • Constance Fauntleroy Runcie Collection (1836 – 1911)

    • Constance Fauntleroy Runcie founded the Runcie Club in St. Joseph, Missouri in 1894, and served as its president until her death in 1911. In addition to Runcie's writings (e.g., Woman, An Essay), this collection documents the activities of the...
    • Social life and customs; Societies and Clubs; Women authors
    • United States -- Missouri

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