Vassar College Digital Library
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Women's rights

Guide to the Alma Lutz Papers, 1906-1973

Collection Title
Alma Lutz Papers
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Abstract
Correspondence, clippings, notes,
speeches, interviews, photographs, manuscript and published versions of her
writings, other publications, bibliographies, and copies of historic documents
pertaining to materials on women's history. There are also family letters and
photographs, biographical materials, and miscellaneous items relating to Vassar
College.
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Guide to the Amelia MacDonald Cutler Papers, 1906-1921

Collection Title
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 Anita Pollitzer Papers, 1923-1964 (bulk 1945-1946)

Collection Title
Anita Pollitzer Papers
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Papers reflecting Pollitzer's interest and activities in regard to women's rights, particularly her work with the National Woman's Party
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Guide to the Autograph Files, 1669-1995

Collection Title
Autograph Files
Abstract
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 Caroline Bird Papers, 1915-1995

Collection Title
Caroline Bird Papers
Abstract
Papers include manuscripts, galley
proofs, correspondence, speeches, chronological files, and subject files relating to
her publications. There are also subject files on women's issues such as affirmative
action, the Equal Rights Amendment, business opportunities, marriage, minority
women, women in education, employment, women in the Army, and health.
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Guide to the Elizabeth Cady Stanton Papers, 1792-1981 (bulk 1839-1899)

Collection Title
Elizabeth Cady Stanton Papers
Abstract
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 Elvira Kush Fradkin Papers, 1932-1972

Collection Title
Elvira Kush Fradkin Papers
Abstract
The collection consists of drafts of several of United Nations representative and political activist Elvira Kush Fradkin's writings on disarmament, including a draft of the book . Also included are a photograph, newspaper clippings, two letters, biographical data on Fradkin, and a pamphlet on the disarmament conference.
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Guide to the Hill Family Papers, 1662-1994 (bulk 1835-1970)

Collection Title
Hill Family Papers
Creator
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Materials relating to the family's personal, professional, and political activities. The bulk of the collection relates most directly to Elsie M. Hill.
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Guide to the John Howard Raymond Papers, 1823-1913 (bulk 1823-1878)

Collection Title
John Howard Raymond Papers
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Correspondence, manuscripts, a scrapbook, and other materials relating to Raymond's personal life as well as his work as a minister, one of the founders of the University of Rochester and then president of Vassar College.
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Guide to the Laura Johnson Wylie Papers, 1890-1961 (bulk 1898-1919)

Collection Title
Laura Johnson Wylie Papers
Abstract
Correpondence and other material documenting Wylie's work, health, travels, and family; as well as her friendships with Fanny Borden, Fanny Hart, Mrs. Nathan S. Hart, and Nina Katherine Hart; her career at Vassar College, and her relationship with Gertrude Buck.
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Guide to the Lucy Maynard Salmon Papers, 1818-1992 (bulk 1854-1933)

Collection Title
Lucy Maynard Salmon Papers
Abstract
The Lucy Maynard Salmon Collection
includes the personal papers of Lucy Maynard Salmon along with two smaller collections
of papers belonging to her mother, Maria Clara Maynard Salmon, and her brother, Pomeroy L. Salmon. The materials relate
to her work as an historian and professor at Vassar College as well as her work with
the suffrage movement and local political issues. There are also materials relating
to her family, education and personal life. Formats include correspondence,
manuscripts, printed material, clippings, minutes, reports, notes, and
photographs.
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Guide to the National Women's Conference Records, 1975-1977

Collection Title
National Women's Conference Records
Abstract
Materials relating to the events planned by the National Women's Conference in honor of International Women's Year, 1975.
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Guide to the Priscilla Tremper Leith Papers, 1974-1988

Collection Title
Priscilla Tremper Leith Papers
Abstract
Correspondence, reports and other materials relating primarily to Leith’s work with the National Organization for Women.
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Guide to the Susan B. Anthony Papers, 1854-1905

Collection Title
Susan B. Anthony Papers
Abstract
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

Collection Title
Woman Suffrage and Women's Rights Collection
Abstract
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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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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