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Women social reformers

"E. Cady Stanton" (recto)

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Item from the Elizabeth Cady Staton Papers, Archives and Special Collections Library, Vassar College. The collection includes a variety of materials on such subjects as women's rights, suffrage, feminism, religion, abolition, temperance, travel, and social conditions for women.

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"Elizabeth Cady Stanton..." pp. 89-134, n.d.

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n.d.
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Biographical Sketch by Elizabeth Cady Stanton, 1885-03-10

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1885-03-10
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Elizabeth Cady Stanton (photograph; recto):

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Elizabeth Cady Stanton (sitting) with two unidentified figures.\nWritten on back: ""Reproduction of lithograph on p. 15a of Marg. Stanton Lawrence's mss 'Who Was Eliz. Cady Stanton...'"

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Elizabeth Cady Stanton (photograph; verso):

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Elizabeth Cady Stanton (sitting) with two unidentified figures.\nWritten on back: "Reproduction of lithograph on p. 15a of Marg. Stanton Lawrence's mss 'Who Was Eliz. Cady Stanton...'"

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Elizabeth Cady Stanton, 1871 (recto):

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1871
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Elizabeth Cady Stanton, 1871 (verso)

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1871
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Guide to the Amelia MacDonald Cutler Papers, 1906-1921

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Amelia MacDonald Cutler Papers
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Papers concerning her interest in woman suffrage and including letters from Anna De Baun, John M. Glenn, Norval D. Kemp, Henrietta W. Livermore, Caroline Ruutz-Rees, Anna Howard Shaw, and Vira Boarman Whitehouse, 1908-1917; one letter from Cutler to Livermore, 1916; two letters about Cutler from Carrie Chapman Catt and Norval D. Kemp, 1908-1916; clippings, programs, and other miscellaneous printed matter on suffrage work, 1916-1921; and manuscripts and typescripts by Cutler on rural life and people, 1906-1917.
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Guide to the Angelica Balabanoff Papers, approximately 1938-1965

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Angelica Balabanoff Papers
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Collection consists of manuscripts by Balabanoff including the first draft of a portion of her autobiography MY LIFE AS A REBEL, published in 1938, and several poems. There is also an obituary, 1965.
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Guide to the Autograph Files, 1669-1995

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Autograph Files
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Letters with some manuscripts,
speeches, poems, and other items, primarily resulting from an official connection
with Vassar College, written by Vassar students, faculty or staff, or by persons of historical
and cultural significance.
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Guide to the Elizabeth Cady Stanton Papers, 1792-1981 (bulk 1839-1899)

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Elizabeth Cady Stanton Papers
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The collection contains material related to Elizabeth Cady Stanton's work for women's suffrage, abolition, temperance, and other social causes. Includes family and professional correspondence, biographical and autobigraphical material, transcripts of her speeches, and photographs. Also includes material by others, such as her daughter, Margaret Stanton Lawrence, about the women's movement and Stanton's life and career.
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Guide to the Frances Underhill Clark Papers, 1890-1937 (bulk 1922-1937)

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Frances Underhill Clark Papers
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The bulk of these papers are letters to Clark from conscientious objectors and political prisoners sentenced under the Espionage Act and other legislation enacted during World War I, discussing their lives in prison, their philosophy on war and militarism, political issues, their legal cases, their families, lumberjack experiences, reaction to prison life, and current issues outside prison, 1922-1937. Some of the prisoners were Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) members arrested after labor disturbances in Centralia, Washington. Included are six letters from Ray Becker, 1922-1927, and 41 letters from Warren K. Billings, 1924-1937. Other items include pamphlets, poetry, clippings, and photographs as well as three notebooks from her time at Vassar, 1890-1891.
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Guide to the Margaret Grace Bondfield Papers, 1854-1951 (bulk 1898-1951)

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Margaret Grace Bondfield Papers
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Correspondence, clippings, speeches, publications, government documents, and other materials concerning Bondfield's work with labor and trade unions, primarily in Great Britain, but also Australia, Canada, the United States and other countries.
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Guide to the Susan B. Anthony Papers, 1854-1905

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Susan B. Anthony Papers
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Copies and some originals of correspondence to and from Susan B. Anthony, as well as a few autographed statements.
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Guide to the Woman Suffrage and Women's Rights Collection, 1866–1989

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Woman Suffrage and Women's Rights Collection
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An artificial collection of petitions, speeches, correspondence, publications, scrapbooks, and broadsides relating to the struggles for woman suffrage and other women's rights. Includes documents relating to debates over the suffrage issue at Vassar College.
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Photograph of Elizabeth Cady Stanton (recto):

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n.d.
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Photograph of Elizabeth Cady Stanton (verso):

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n.d.
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Written on back: "Elizabeth Cady Stanton / Vassar Alumnae Mag / April 1940"

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Photograph of Elizabeth Cady Stanton (verso):

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Written on back: "Elizabeth Cady Stanton / Vassar Alumnae Mag / April 1940"

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Susan B. Anthony Collection

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Susan Brownell Anthony was born in Adams, Massachusetts, on 15 February 1820, Her parents, Daniel Anthony and Lucy Read, raised her and her seven siblings as Quakers. After a series of financial setbacks and relocations, the Anthony family settled in Rochester, New York, where Susan B. Anthony

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