Susan B. Anthony Memorial, Inc., (Addition)

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Susan B. Anthony Memorial, Inc. papers addition
Creator: Susan B. Anthony Memorial, Inc.
Call Number: D.144
Dates: 1846-1950
Physical Description: 11 boxes, 4 Volumes
Language(s): Materials are in English
Repository: Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester

Table of Contents:

Biographical/Historical Note
Subject(s)
Access
Use
Citation
Related Materials
Content List
Series I: Correspondence
Series II: Printed material
Series III: Material related to Susan B. Anthony descendant, Daniel Anthony
Series IV: Newspaper clippings
Series V: Photographs
Series VI: Ephemera
Collection Overview
Title: Susan B. Anthony Memorial, Inc. papers addition
Creator: Susan B. Anthony Memorial, Inc.
Call Number: D.144
Dates: 1846-1950
Physical Description: 11 boxes, 4 Volumes
Language(s): Materials are in English
Repository: Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of Rochester

Biographical/Historical Note
In 1945 the Susan B. Anthony house at 17 Madison Street in Rochester was purchased and established as a memorial. Martha Taylor Howard led the project to preserve the house and to make it into a depository for material related to Susan B. Anthony and the suffrage movement. Carrie Chapman Catt, successor to Susan B. Anthony as President of the National American Woman Suffrage Association, was very much interested in the project, and encouraged suffragists to donate manuscripts and memorabilia to the House.

Subject(s):
Women--Suffrage
Women's rights
Correspondence
Periodicals
Newspaper clippings
Photographs
Anthony, Susan B. (Susan Brownell), 1820-1906
Hawley, Genevieve Lel
Anthony, Daniel
Catt, Carrie Chapman, 1859-1947
Susan B. Anthony Memorial, Inc.
National American Woman Suffrage Association
Access
The Susan B. Anthony Memorial, Inc. papers addition is open for research use. Researchers are advised to contact Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation prior to visiting. Upon arrival, researchers will also be asked to fill out a registration form and provide photo identification.Use
Reproductions are made upon request but can be subject to restrictions. Permission to publish materials from the collection must currently be requested. Please note that some materials may be copyrighted or restricted. It is the researcher's obligation to determine and satisfy copyright or other case restrictions when publishing or otherwise distributing materials found in the collections. For more information contact rarebks@library.rochester.eduCitation
[Item title, item date], Susan B. Anthony Memorial, Inc. papers addition, D.144, Rare Books, Special Collections, and Preservation, River Campus Libraries, University of RochesterRelated Materials
Manuscript material from and about Susan B. Anthony is found in a number of other RBSCP collections.

Susan Brownell Anthony papers

Susan B. Anthony Memorial, Inc. Papers

Anthony-Avery papers

Ida Husted Harper collection of letters and autographs

Isaac and Amy Post Family Papers

Emma Biddlecom Sweet Papers

Unitarian Church, Rochester New York Papers

Material from this and other Anthony collections are included in the online exhibition, Susan B. Anthony Celebrating "A Heroic Life" .


Administrative Information
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Content List
Series I: Correspondence
Box 1, Folder 1Letters by Susan B. Anthony
Box 1, Folder 2Letters to Susan B. Anthony
Box 1, Folder 5Mary S. Anthony letters
Box 1, Folder 6Anthony family letters, documents, etc.
Box 1, Folder 7Clara Barton letter
Box 1, Folder 8Carrie Chapman Catt letters, etc.
Box 1, Folder 15Anna Dann Mason - postcards from Mary Anthony and Ida Husted Harper
Box 1, Folder 18Lucy Stone postcard
Box 1, Folder 19Frances Willard letter
Box 1, Folder 21Miscellaneous correspondence
Series II: Printed material
Boxes 8-9 are oversized

Box 1, Folder 3Susan B. Anthony's will
Box 1, Folder 4Susan B. Anthony memorabilia
Box 1, Folder 9Anna Eliza (Anthony) Dickinson sentiment album
Box 1, Folder 10H.B. Dow speech: "Susan B. Anthony the woman"
Box 1, Folder 11Mary Thorn Lewis Gannett speech: "Susan and Mary Anthony as members of this church"
Box 1, Folder 12Genevieve Lel Hawley article on Ida Husted Harper
Box 1, Folder 13Genevieve Lel Hawley short story
Box 1, Folder 14Genevieve Lel Hawley suffrage speech
Box 1, Folder 16National American Woman Suffrage Association minutes and other records
Box 1, Folder 17Annie G. Porritt article on Emmeline Pankhurst
Box 1, Folder 20Victory, how women won it
Typescript.

Box 1, Folder 22Miscellaneous notes for Susan B. Anthony biography and History of Woman Suffrage
Box 1, Folder 23Miscellaneous speeches by unknown author
Box 1, Folder 24Miscellaneous
Box 2, Folder 1Susan B. Anthony--printed material by
Reprinted letter from Susan B. Anthony to Joshua Read, Livingston Sprakes, and George G. Johnson, April 27, 1846
1 page, autographed letter signed.

Reprinted letter from Susan B. Anthony to _____, December 25, 1899
1 page, typed letter.

Card from Susan B. Anthony with then and now photos on front, February 15, 1900
3 copies, with envelope.

Box 2, Folder 2Susan B. Anthony--printed material about
Card clipping from Rochester Chronicle on Susan B. Anthony's 50th birthday, February 15, 1870
4 pages, with envelope from Susan B. Anthony.

Newspaper article from Rochester Democrat and Chronicle, April 23, 1874
1 page, 3 copies.

Certificate of membership to the Kansas State Historical Society for Susan B. Anthony, January 20, 1885
Reprinted letter from Susan B. Anthony and Rachel Foster Avery to the Chairman and Delegates of the National Democratic Convention Assembled in Chicago on June 21, 1892, June 18, 1892
2 pages, typewritten letter.

Notice for The Life and Work of Susan B. Anthony -- table of contents, 1898
8 pages

Penny Magazine. Volume 1, Number 6, June [18]99
16 pages

Program of Susan B. Anthony's 80th birthday celebration, February 15, 1900
4 pages

Greetings from Harriot Stanton Blatch at Susan B. Anthony birthday celebration, February 15, 1900
1 page, 2 copies.

"Love's rosary." Poem by Lydia Avery Coonley Ward, February 15, 1900
4 pages, with envelope.

"Copy of address, with signatures, presented to Miss Susan B. Anthony," from Friends of Political Enfranchisement of Women in Great Britain and Ireland, February 15, 1900
3 pages

Program and menu of Annual Festival of the New England and Massachusetts Woman Suffrage Associations, May 29, 1900
4 pages

The Susan B. Anthony Home Calendar for 1902, January 5, 1902
Signed and given to Andy _____ from Susan B. Anthony
12 pages

Program of Susan B. Anthony's 85th birthday celebration, February 15, 1905
4 pages

Program of Susan B. Anthony's 86th birthday celebration, February 15, 1906
3 pages

Program of Home Service in memoriam of Susan B. Anthony and Emogene L. Dewey, March 18, 1906
4 pages, 2 copies.

Appreciation card from Mary S. Anthony, March 19, 1906
1 page

Program of Meeting of Appreciation of the Life and Work of Susan B. Anthony, March 25, 1906
1 page

Program of Geneva Political Equality Club in Remembrance of Miss Anthony, March 26, 1906
4 pages, with newspaper clipping, March 27, 1906.

Program of Memorial Service by Rochester Political Equality Club for Susan B. Anthony and Mary S. Anthony, February 26, 1907
3 pages

Invitation to the Memorial Ceremony in the Crypt of the U.S. Capitol Honoring Susan B. Anthony's 119th birthday anniversary, February 15, 1939
1 page

The Thrift Advocate, May 1945
4 pages, 2 copies.

Description of The Life and Work of Susan B. Anthony, by Ida Husted Harper
2 pages, with newspaper article.

"Susan B. Anthony as a Speaker." Poem by Margherita Arlina Hamm
1 page

Box 2, Folder 3Susan B. Anthony II--article
"We women throw our votes away." Article by Susan B. Anthony II from The Saturday Evening Post, July 17, 1948
3 pages

Box 2, Folder 4Carrie Chapman Catt
Poem to Carrie Chapman Catt from Maud Wood Park, January 9, 1934
1 page

Pamphlet of the Carrie Chapman Catt Memorial Fund
12 pages, with contribution card.

Pamphlet of the Carrie Chapman Catt Memorial Fund, prepared by Mildred Adams
12 pages

Box 2, Folder 5Emmeline Pankhurst
Postcard to Miss M.A. Mackay from _____, August 4, 1908
"Mrs. Pankhurst...coming here" announcement for Pankhurst lecture. Oct. 27-29, ____
4 pages, 2 copies.

Box 2, Folder 6M. Carey Thomas
The Bryn Mawr Alumnae Bulletin. Volume II, Number 6, June 1922
32 pages

Program of subscription dinner in honour of President Thomas, Bryn Mawr College, June 8, 1922
2 pages.

Collected writings in honour of M. Carey Thomas on her retirement, June 8, 1922
24 pages

Christmas card from M. Carey Thomas
Christmas cards from M. Carey Thomas, with photographs of Bryn Mawr
4 cards.

Box 2, Folder 7British suffrage publications
"From England to America," poem by L. Ormiston Chant, inside card from The Edinburgh National Society for Women's Suffrage, March 1888
2 pages

A women's suffrage calendar, 1889. Edited by Helen Blackburn, November 1, 1888
66 pages

"The advanced woman in recent fiction," address by Ernest Scott, May, 1895
24 pages

"Womanhood in the east," address by Anne W. Richardson, January, 1912
11 pages

Box 2, Folder 8Connecticut Woman Suffrage Association
Program of The Equal Rights Club of Hartford, Connecticut, 1909-1910
4 pages

Campaign of Winter and Spring of 1913. Connecticut Woman Suffrage Association, [January 13-May 25,] 1913
35 pages

Program of 44th Annual Convention of the Connecticut Woman Suffrage Association, October 21-22, 1913
8 pages

"Important hearing," announcement for Joint Judiciary hearing. March 31, ____
1 page, 2 copies.

Box 2, Folder 9National American Woman Suffrage Association
National Woman Suffrage Association letterhead paper
1 page.

Constitution of the National Woman Suffrage Association, 187_
2 pages
Letterhead on back

Announcement of the National Woman Suffrage Convention, January 15-16, 1874
1 page

Constitution of the National Woman Suffrage Association, June 1, 1876
2 pages
Notice from the National Woman Suffrage Parlors on back

Declaration of Rights of the Women of the United States by the National Woman Suffrage Association, July 4, 1876
4 pages

Announcement of the 16th Annual Washington Convention of the National Woman Suffrage Association, March 4-6, 1884
2 pages

Announcement of the 30th Annual Convention and 50th anniversary celebration of the NAWSA, February 14-19, 1898
2 pages

Program of the 30th Annual Convention of the NAWSA, February 13, [1898]
3 pages, 2 copies.

Announcement of the 31st Annual Convention of the NAWSA, April 27- May 4, 1899
2 pages, 2 copies.

Program of the 31st Annual Convention of the NAWSA, April 27- May 4, 1899
11 pages, 2 copies.

Announcement of the 32nd Annual Convention of the NAWSA, February 8-14, 1900
2 pages, 6 copies.

Program of the 32nd Annual Convention of the NAWSA, February 8-14, 1900
10 pages, with envelope.

NAWSA certificate of membership, February 15, 1900
Signed by Susan B. Anthony and Harriet Taylor Upton (and Elizabeth Cady Stanton, crossed off)

Program of the 1st International Woman-Suffrage Conference and the 34th Annual Convention of the NAWSA, February 12-18, 1902
18 pages

Program of the 38th Annual Convention of the NAWSA, February 7-13, 1906
2 pages, 2 copies.

Program of The College Evening of the 38th Annual Convention of the NAWSA, February 8, 1906
31 pages

Program of the 39th Annual Convention of the NAWSA, February 14-19, 1907
4 pages, 5 copies.

Program of the Jubilee Convention (1869-1919) of the NAWSA, March 24-29, 1919
16 pages

Program of the Victory Convention (1869-1920) of the NAWSA and Congress League of Women Voters, February 12-18, 1920
70 pages

Condensed minutes of the Victory Convention (1869-1920), NAWSA and First Congress League of Woman Voters, February 12-18, 1920
31 pages

Handbook of the NAWSA and proceedings of the convention, April 13, 1921
36 pages, 2 copies.

Description and table of contents for Victory, How Women Won It: A Centennial Symposium, 1840-1940
4 pages

Box 2, Folder 10Political Equality Club
The Political Equality Club season of 1910-1911, Programme for December and January
1 page

Postcard of the Political Equality Club Programme, April and May, 1911
The Political Equality Club year book, 1913-1914
13 pages

Play by Cicely Hamilton and Christopher St. John. Jan. 31, ____
1 page

Political Equality Club announcement. May 2 and 4, ____
1 page

Invitation to a lecture by Reverend Anna Howard Shaw in commemoration of Susan B. Anthony's birthday. Feb. 15, ____. Votes for Women registration blank
1 page

Box 2, Folder 11Woman's Centennial Congress
Program of the Woman's Centennial Congress, November 25-27, 1940
4 pages

Notebook containing the minutes of the Woman's Centennial Congress, and other miscellaneous notes and letters, 1939-1942
Box 2, Folder 12World's Congress of Representative Women--programs, 1893
Program of the World's Congress Auxiliary of the World's Columbian Exposition of 1893., May 15-21, 1893.
30 pages.

Program of the World's Congress Auxiliary of the World's Columbian Exposition, Department Congress of the NAWSA., May 18, 1893.
6 pages, 2 copies.

Program of the World's Congress Auxiliary of the World's Columbian Exposition of 1893., August 7-12, 1893.
6 pages.

Box 3, Folder 1Suffrage--pamphlets and printed literature, 1867-1909
"Equal rights for all" speech by George William Curtis in the New York State Constitutional Convention, 1867
24 pages

"Woman's wages" thesis by Catharine G. Waugh, November 1888
Signed by Genevieve Lel Hawley, January 1889. 54 pages.

"Freedom's conquests; the great spread of woman suffrage through the world," essay by Hamilton Willcox, December 1888
7 pages

"The position of women among the early Christians," essay by J. Donaldson from The Contemporary Review, September 1889
19 pages

"Anna Royal, the first American woman editor," essay by Margaret Sullivan Burke from The Business Woman's Journal, Volume 7, Number 6, March 1894
4 pages

"Shall women be granted full suffrage?" Continuing article from The Illustrated American, 3 issues, June 16, 1894; June 30, 1894; July 7, 1894
3 pages each, respectively.

"Memorial. To the National Presidential Convention of 1900," appeal from the members of the NAWSA, [1900]
Woman's Century Calendar. Edited by Carrie Chapman Catt
2 pages, 5 copies (Memorial); 81 pages (Calendar)

"Objections to woman suffrage answered by college women," essays from the Political Science Study Series. Volume 8, Number 3, December 1900
Program of the National Suffrage Bazar
16 pages (Objections); 12 pages, 3 copies (Program)

Photographic keepsake cards commemorating birthdays of Susan B. Anthony (February 15) and Anna Howard Shaw (February 14), 1903
Quotations from each woman on back of last card.

"Woman and child wage-earners in Great Britain," essay from the Bureau of Labor, May 10, 1909
1 page

Box 3, Folder 2Suffrage--pamphlets and printed literature, 1913-1946, and undated
Program of the 7th International Woman Suffrage Congress in Budapest, June 15-20, 1913
103 pages

"Suffrage argument," outline for speech or debate by Justina Leavitt Wilson from the Efficiency Booklet Series, January 1917
20 pages

Suffrage map and calendar, 1919
"The winning of the vote," essay by Ida Husted Harper, reprinted from The Woman Citizen, August 1925
18 pages

"An economic challenge to American women," report by Florence Hemley Schneider, prepared by the Economic Commission of the Women's Centennial Congress, November 25-27, 1940
26 pages

"Women take stock of themselves," pamphlet of essays by five women, prepared for the Women's Centennial Congress, November 25-27, 1940
28 pages

"25 years of a great idea," a history of The National League of Women Voters by Kathryn H. Stone, February 1946
34 pages

"Centuries of dishonor," essay by Mary A. Livermore from The Arena. Undated.
11 pages

Essay by William Loughridge and Benjamin F. Butler. Undated.
With article from Woman's Journal, Dec. 22, ____: "Congress Has No Jurisdiction."
3 pages

"The demand for enfranchisement," essay by Elizabeth Burrill Curtis. Undated.
3 pages

"A few leading questions," questions and answers issued by N.Y.S. Constitutional Convention Campaign Committee. Undated.
4 pages, unfolded, 2 copies.

"In memory of Anna Howard Shaw," memorial prepared by the NAWSA. Undated.
26 pages

"Men and women of Kansas!" collection of quotations from speeches, essays, etc. Undated.
4 pages

"Objections answered," essay by Alice Stone Blackwell. Undated.
34 pages

"Perhaps," booklet of reflections by Carrie Chapman Catt. Undated.
13 pages

"Woman and the law," essay by Francis M. Scott. Undated.
7 pages

Box 3, Folder 3Suffrage broadsides and postcards
Susan B. Anthony homestead
Blank postcard.

"Men, who love the freedom..."
Blank postcard.

"Swat the lie--..."
Blank postcard.

"Votes for women," with quotation by Susan B. Anthony
Blank postcard.

"Votes for women," with quotation by Ida C. Campbell, September 14, 1914
Postcard from Ida [Campbell?] to Louise Tamblingson. September 14, 1914.

"Votes for women," with quotation by Ida C. Campbell, September 24, 1914
Postcard from Ida [Campbell?] to Louise Tamblingson. September 24, 1914.

"Votes for women," with quotation by Clifford Howard, November 20, 1914
Postcard from Ida [Campbell?] to Louise Tamblingson. November 20, 1914.

"About voting," NAWSA
"Anti-suffrage congratulation," New York State Woman Suffrage Party
"Catholic opinions," NAWSA
"The little suffrage theatre presents..." Votes for women
"Prohibition in Arizona," Mrs. H.S. Searle
"To California suffragists," The College Equal Suffrage League of California
"Votes for women," NAWSA
Votes for women petition blank
"Why women want to vote," NAWSA
"The woman's reason," NAWSA
"Women do not want to vote," Anna Cadogan Etz, Up State Woman Suffrage Press Bureau
"Women in the home," NAWSA
"Your vote," New York State Woman Suffrage Party, September 1917
Box 3, Folder 4Congressional reports and speeches on suffrage
"Universal suffrage," speech of Hon. Thomas W. Palmer, February 6, 1885
8 pages

Hearing before the Committee on Woman Suffrage, February 21, 1894
31 pages

Envelope that contained public document from U.S. Senate on the hearing before the Committee on Woman Suffrage, February 24, 1894
Envelope addressed to Susan B. Anthony containing report of hearing before the Committee on Woman Suffrage, February 15, 1898
Envelope addressed Apr. 9, 19__.

House of Representatives hearing on House Joint Resolution 68, February 15, 1898
20 pages

Report of hearing before [Senate] Committee on Woman Suffrage, February 15, 1898
24 pages

Hearing before the U.S. Senate Committee on Woman Suffrage, February 13, 1900
45 pages

Article on woman suffrage. Introduced in U.S. Senate by Hon. James E. Martine, February 25, 1915
14 pages

Woman Suffrage report, submitted by C.S. Thomas from the Committee on Woman Suffrage. Calendar Number 27, January 8, 1916
5 pages

"Equal suffrage," speech of Hon. John F. Shafroth, April 25, 1916
16 pages

Congressional reports in favor of an amendment to the National Constitution, submitted by the board of the NAWSA. Undated.
12 pages, 3 copies.

Box 3, Folder 5Suffrage periodicals
National Suffrage Bulletin. Volume 2, Number 3, November 1896
6 pages

National Suffrage Bulletin. Volume 5, Number 8, April 1900
4 pages

National Suffrage Bulletin. Volume 6, Number 2, October 1900
6 pages

The Revolution. Volume 1, Number 4, July 8, 1869
16 pages

The Woman Citizen, January 19, 1918
18 pages

The Woman's Column. Volume 15, Number 3, February 8, 1902
4 pages

The Woman's Tribune. Volume 16, Number 17, September 9, 1899
4 pages

Box 3, Folder 6Commemoration of Seneca Falls Convention, 1948
"Declaration of the women of 1948 to the women of 2048"
34 charter signers. 1 page.

Box 3, Folder 7Rochester 10th ward registration list, 1914
"General list of all persons registered...on registration days...1914. Tenth ward, City of Rochester", October 9-10, 16-17, 1914.
60 pages, out of order. Handwritten pages added at end.

Box 3, Folder 8Suffrage school, 1916
Suffrage Correspondence School Lessons, 1916

Lesson VI: "How the vote was won in the United States. The Federal Amendment--The Senate Amendment"
4 pages

Lesson VII: "Why the ballot needs the women. Why women in the home need the ballot"
4 pages

Lesson VIII: "Why women who work outside of the home want the vote"
4 pages

Examination questions. No. II.
1 page

Lesson IX: "What women have done with the ballot"
4 pages

Lesson X: "Objections to woman suffrage answered"
4 pages

Lesson XI: "The real enemies of woman suffrage"
4 pages

Supplementary lesson: "How to work for woman suffrage"
4 pages

Suffrage school information booklet, January 8-20, 1917
4 pages

Box 3, Folder 9Suffragists' calendar: a year-book for every thinking woman. Undated.
61 pages

Box 3, Folder 10Woman's rights almanac, 1858
36 pages

Box 3, Folder 11Anti-suffrage literature
"American women and the ballot," essay issued by the Illinois Association Opposed to the Extension of Suffrage to Women, February 1909
7 pages

"An appeal to men," broadside issued by the Pittsburgh Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage, July 25, 1915
Other side: "Women as Jurors." Editorial from the Philadelphia Inquirer. July 25, 1915.
4 copies.

"Article on woman suffrage," article by James Francis Sullivan from the Pennsylvania Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage. Sep. 13, ____
2 pages

"Mr. Gladstone on woman suffrage," extract from W.E. Gladstone's letter to Samuel Smith. Undated.
1 page

"Municipal suffrage for women--why?" Essay by Frank Foxcroft. Undated.
2 pages

The New York State Association Opposed to the Extension of the Suffrage to Women; 6th annual report, December 1901
Prepared by Mrs. Francis M. Scott.
14 pages

"One woman's experience of emancipation," essay by Caroline F. Corbin. Undated
4 pages

"The real case of the 'remonstrants' against woman suffrage," essay by O.B. Frothingham from The Arena. Undated.
7 pages

"Reasons against woman suffrage," essay by Mrs. G.H. Shaw. Undated
2 pages

"The relation of the sexes to government," essay by Professor Edward D. Cope from The Popular Science Monthly, October 1888
10 pages

The Remonstrance. Annual newsletter published by the Massachusetts Association Opposed to the Further Extension of Suffrage to Women, 1902
4 pages

The Remonstrance, April 1915
12 pages, with letter to the editor from Mrs. Charles P. Strong of the Massachusetts Association Opposed to the Further Extension of Suffrage to Women, with envelope addressed to Political Editor.

"Socialism vs. legal marriage," essay issued by the Illinois Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage, September 1910
4 pages

"A talk on the tax paying woman," essay by The Antis, issued by the Pennsylvania Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage. Undated
4 pages

"To the voters of the Middle West," essay issued by the Illinois Association Opposed to the Extension of Suffrage to Women, September 1909
4 pages

"Why I oppose woman suffrage," address by Mrs. Horace Brock before the Civic Club of Philadelphia, April 27, 1915
11 pages, 3 copies.

"Why the home makers do not want to vote," essay issued by the Illinois Association Opposed to the Extension of Suffrage to Women. Undated
4 pages

"Woman suffrage: an argument against it," essay by Robert S. Taylor. Undated
18 pages

"Woman suffrage and the liquor question," essay issued by the Women's Anti-Suffrage Association, July 1, 1915
4 pages

"Woman's rights in America: a retrospect of sixty years, 1848-1908," essay by Mrs. Caroline F. Corbin. Undated
8 pages

Box 3, Folder 12The cook's own book: a manual of cookery, for the kitchen and the cottage, by Georgiana Hill, [March 1860]
67 pages

Box 3, Folder 13Moral purity pamphlets
"America's shame," collected essays from The Arena. Undated
32 pages

"Mrs. Josephine E. Butler: sketch and interview," reprinted essay from the London Christian Commonwealth. Undated
16 pages

The queen's daughters in India, by Elizabeth W. Andrew and Katharine C. Bushnell., July 1897
119 pages

"Some legal aspects of the question," essay by Martha K. Pearce from the Social Purity Series. Number 12. Undated
12 pages

Box 3, Folder 14New England Offering, (November, 1848)
Edited by Harriet Farley. New Series, Number 8, November 1848. Book Review by Ruth Chapin in Monitor. January 5, 1950, 1 page.
26 pages enclosed with "These Girls From Lowell."

Box 3, Folder 15Additional printed material
Postcard with Eaton-Hurlbut seal
Blank postcard.

Program of the Equal Suffrage Campaign Committee, 1894
4 pages

"I shall not pass again this way," music composition by John W. Hutchinson, 1899
3 pages

"Declaration of human rights," speech by O. Frederick Nolde from Changing World. Volume 21, Number 2, March 1949
2 pages

Box 8Issues of The Ladies World, 1894-1904
Box 8Issues of The Woman's Journal, 1896-1897
Box 9Issues of The Bricklayer and Mason, February, 1900
Box 9Issues of Equal Rights, 1947-1949
Box 9Issues of Saturday Night, 1886-1894
Box 9Miscellaneous journal issues and newspaper clippings
Volume 1Genealogical records for Adams, Massachusetts
Notes from the records of the monthly meeting of Friends of the North Adams Visiting Nurse Aid Association, North Adams, Massachusetts, September 1914 1778-1799,
Regarding events that took place 1778-1799, mostly regarding marriages, membership, and Association activities.

A poem written by Hannah Comstock to the women Friends of the East Hoosuck Monthly Meeting, undated
Accounts of the births and deaths of the inhabitants of Adams and the surrounding area, 1713-1869
Typescript transcription.

New England tragedies play script
Two typescript copies.

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Volume 2Publisher's dummy for The Life and Work of Susan B. Anthony
Series III: Material related to Susan B. Anthony descendant, Daniel Anthony
The items in this box were made a gift by Daniel Anthony, November 29, 1979.

Box 1a, Folder 1Correspondence
Box 1a, Folder 2Printed materials
Series IV: Newspaper clippings
Also see box 9

Box 4, Folder 1Susan B. Anthony--anecdotes and memories
Box 4, Folder 2Susan B. Anthony--collected by Mrs. Clara E. Dolbeer
Box 4, Folder 3Susan B. Anthony's death
Box 4, Folder 4Susan B. Anthony's death--collected by Miss Marion and Miss Florence Mosher
Box 4, Folder 5Ella Hawley Crossett and Carolyn Crossett Holcomb
Box 4, Folder 6Genevieve Lel Hawley (article by)
Box 4, Folder 7Adelaide Johnson and Susan B. Anthony
Box 4, Folder 8Adelaide Johnson--sculptress
Box 4, Folder 9National American Woman Suffrage Association disbanding
Box 4, Folder 10Anna Howard Shaw
Box 4, Folder 11Lucy Stone and Alice Stone Blackwell
Box 4, Folder 12Suffrage cartoons
Box 4, Folder 13Woman suffrage progress
Box 4, Folder 14Women and men involved in struggles for equal rights
Box 4, Folder 15Women in government
Box 10Scrapbooks of newspaper clippings
3 scrapbooks
Box 10 is oversized

Volume 4Suffrage newspaper clippings
Series V: Photographs
Boxes 6-7 are oversize

Box 5, Folder 1Susan B. Anthony photographs
10 items

Box 5, Folder 2Susan B. Anthony drawings, reproductions, etc.
12 items

Box 5, Folder 3Susan B. Anthony and Stanton
2 items

Box 5, Folder 4Susan B. Anthony and others
6 items

Box 5, Folder 5Anthony family pictures
10 items
Also see Volume 3.

Box 5, Folder 6Anthony reunion--album, 1897
6 items

Box 5, Folder 7Harriot Stanton Blatch
1 item

Box 5, Folder 8Abigail Bush
2 items

Box 5, Folder 9Carrie Chapman Catt
7 items

Box 5, Folder 10Mary Baker Eddy
1 item

Box 5, Folder 11Charlotte Perkins Gilman
1 item

Box 5, Folder 12Ida Husted Harper
1 item

Box 5, Folder 13Harriet Hosmer
2 items

Box 5, Folder 14Julia Ward Howe
1 item

Box 5, Folder 15Lucretia Mott
1 item

Box 5, Folder 16Emmeline Pankhurst
4 items

Box 5, Folder 17Emmeline Pethick-Lawrence
3 items

Box 5, Folder 18Anna Howard Shaw
12 items

Box 5, Folder 19Elizabeth Cady Stanton
1 item

Box 5, Folder 20Mrs. Halsey Wilson (Justina Leavitt Wilson?)
4 items

Box 5, Folder 21Others
11 items

Box 5, Folder 22Woman suffrage photographs and negatives
5 photographs, 4 negatives.

Box 5, Folder 23Engravings for history of woman suffrage
61 items

Box 6Susan B. Anthony
Box 6Groups with Susan B. Anthony
Box 6Adams, Massachusetts Anthony homestead
Box 7Susan B. Anthony in California, 1896
Box 7International Suffrage Alliance, Copenhagen, 1906
Volume 3Photograph album of Anthony family members
Series VI: Ephemera
Box 11 is oversized

Box 11Banners ("Votes for women")
Box 11Suffrage pennant
Box 11Yellow suffrage ribbon
Box 11Suffrage buttons
Box 11Suffrage badges
Box 11Suffrage ink stamp
Box 11Metal sign in shape of bird ("Votes for women")
Box 11National American Woman Suffrage Association membership certificates


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