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Through our digital collections, Vassar College Libraries aim to provide access to high-quality digital content generated by the Libraries for research and study, as open as possible; support the teaching, learning, and research needs of the College; preserve at-risk or fragile physical collections through digitization, or at-risk born-digital collections through reformatting; expose hidden, less-used physical collections through access to digital surrogates; and foster experimental, cutting-edge, and innovative projects through technology. Learn More

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"Hattie E. Stanton, Tenafly, N.J., 1878" (recto):

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[1878]
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"Hattie E. Stanton, Tenafly, N.J., 1878" (verso):

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"It's Gotta be the Shoes": A Case Study on Shoes, Distance Running, and Technology in Sport

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2021-January-01
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Over one weekend at the beginning of October 2019, Eliud Kipchoge's sub-two-hour marathon in the INEOS 1:59 Challenge and Brigid Kosgei's world-record-breaking Chicago Marathon win reset the clock in terms of what was believed to be humanly possible in the...

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"Mary" — to "Mithery," June 18, 1876

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18 Jun 1876
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"Mary" — to sister, "Mollie," November 24, 1872

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24 Nov 1872
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"Mrs. Stanton and her daughter Harriot Stanton Blatch. Taken from an old daguerreotype about 1857" (recto):

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[1857]
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Written: "Mrs. Stanton and her second daughter, Harriot Eaton Stanton now Mrs. Harriot Stanton Blatch. Taken about 1857."

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"Mrs. Stanton and her daughter Harriot Stanton Blatch. Taken from an old daguerreotype about 1857" (verso):

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[1857]
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Written: "Mrs. Stanton and her second daughter, Harriot Eaton Stanton now Mrs. Harriot Stanton Blatch. Taken about 1857."

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"Nellie" — to father, November 15, 1868

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15 Nov 1868
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The Vassar College Archives within the Digital Library include some images, texts, and material items that are racist, xenophobic, or otherwise harmful. The Vassar Libraries have provided descriptive text and additional notes whenever possible to alert Digital Library users to these items. The Engaged Pluralism Initiative Race and Racism in Historical Collections Project Group is working with the library on contextualizing and facilitating community conversations about these materials. For more information see: https://library.vassar.edu/rrhc
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"Nellie" — to mother, November 10, 1868

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10 Nov 1868
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