Papers of Doris Stevens, 1884-1983 (inclusive), 1920-1960 (bulk)


Papers of Doris Stevens, 1884-1983 (inclusive), 1920-1960 (bulk)

1884-1983 (inclusive), 1920-1960 (bulk)

Personal and professional papers of Doris Stevens, suffragist and international women's rights advocate.

50.04 linear feet (116 file boxes, 4 card file boxes, 2 folio boxes, 4 folio+ boxes, 9 folio+ folders, 3 oversize boxes, 3 oversize folders, 1 supersize folder, 56 photograph folders, 37 folio photograph folders, 3 folio+ photograph folders, 1 supersize photo folder,13 audiotapes, 19 memorabilia objects, 1 reel of microfilm)

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Swope, Herbert Bayard, 1882-1958 (person)

Epithet: of the River Club New York British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000564.0x00016e Bernard Mannes Baruch was a financier and head of several war committees, including chairman of the War Industries Board, 1918-1919, and U.S. representative to the United Nations Atomic Energy Commission, 1946. From the guide to the Speech before the United Nations Atomic Energy Commission, June 14, 1946, 1946, (Amer...

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Edith Houghton Hooker (b. Dec. 29, 1879, Buffalo, NY–d. Oct. 23, 1948, Baltimore, MD) was a member of the elite Houghton family from New York and New England. Her sister, Katharine Martha Houghton Hepburn was a prominent feminist and mother to actress Katherine Hepburn. Houghton graduated Bryn Mawr College in 1901 and enrolled at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine before beginning a career in social work. In 1905 she married Johns Hopkins professor Donald Hooker and together they established the G...

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Beard, Mary Ritter, 1876-1958 (person)

Historian, feminist, and author. Married historian Charles Beard. From the description of Papers, 1935-1958 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 232006703 From the description of Letters, 1937-1942 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 232008676 Beard was an American author and historian. From the description of Correspondence: [1938?]-1959. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155180912 Mary Ritter Bear...

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Draper, Ruth, 1884-1956 (person)

Ruth Draper was a monologist, based in New York City. From the description of Ruth Draper Collection. 1913-1956. (New York University). WorldCat record id: 476263868 American actress. From the description of Autograph letter in the third person, dated : [n.p.], 22 February [1910?], to [Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harkness Flagler], [1910?] Feb. 22. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270565965 From the description of Autograph letter signed : 35 Montpelier Square, Ken...

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Lovestone, Jay (person)

General secretary, Communist Party, U.S.A., 1927-1929, and Communist Party (Opposition), 1929-1940; executive secretary, Free Trade Union Committee, American Federation of Labor, 1944-1955; assistant director and director, International Affairs Department, American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations, 1955-1974. From the description of Jay Lovestone papers, 1904-1989. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754870674 Biographical Note...

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Chipman, Gertrude (person)

Equal Rights International (corporateBody)

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Bernard, Baruch, 1901-1953 (person)

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Wood, Charles Erskine Scott, 1852-1944 (person)

Charles Erskine Scott Wood (1852-1944) was a U.S. Army officer, lawyer, and author. After graduating from the U.S. Military Academy in 1874, he became an aide to General O.O. Howard in 1877, serving with him in thePacific Northwest during the Bannock and Paiute and Nez Percé Indian wars. He later attended Columbia University, obtained his law degrees, and established a practice of maritime and corporation law in Portland, Oregon. In addition to his successful law practice, Wood painted, wrote, ...

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U.S. Department of Labor. Women's Bureau (corporateBody)

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Hickok, Lorena A. (person)

Newspaper reporter, author. Hickok (1893-1968) was a close friend of Eleanor Roosevelt. She was assigned to cover Mrs. Roosevelt during the 1932 Presidential campaign. She worked with the Federal Emergency Relief Administration, 1933-1936, and was the author of several books on Eleanor Roosevelt and Helen Keller. From the description of Papers, 1913-1962. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155523285 ...

Ferrara, Orestes, 1876-1972 (person)

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American University (corporateBody)

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Eastman, Crystal, 1881-1928 (person)

Social investigator, peace worker, and feminist, Crystal Eastman was the daughter of Samuel Elijah and Annis Bertha (Ford) Eastman, both ordained Congregational ministers. For biographical information, see Notable American Women, 1607-1950 (1971). From the description of Papers, 1889-1931 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 232008284 For biographical information re: Crystal Eastman and her mother Annis (Ford) Eastman, see Notable American Wome...

Schlamm, William S. (William Siegmund), 1904-1978 (person)

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Candelaria Lezica de Serantes (person)

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Union de Mujeres Americanas (corporateBody)

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Thomas, Desmond (person)

Bayard, Elvire (person)

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Maria Callado (person)

Briscoe, Renee and Traver (person)

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Jan Gay (person)

Didimo de Vasconcellos (person)

Millay, Edna St. Vincent, 1892-1950 (person)

Poet and author. From the description of Edna St. Vincent Millay papers, 1832-1992 (bulk 1900-1950). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71066360 American poet. From the description of ALS : Camden, Maine, to Eleanor Morgan Patterson, 1916 June 15. (Rosenbach Museum & Library). WorldCat record id: 122442927 From the description of Photograph of Edna St. Vincent Millay [manuscript], 1920 August. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647812089 ...

Guimarães, Elina (person)

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Union de Mujeras Americanas (corporateBody)

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Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library (corporateBody)

The Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library, in New Haven, Connecticut, is Yale University’s principal repository of literary archives, early manuscripts, and rare books. Designed by Gordon Bunshaft of the architecture firm Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, the Beinecke Library opened in October 1963. It was the gift of three Yale alumni—Edwin J. Beinecke, 1907; Frederick W. Beinecke, 1909S; Walter Beinecke, 1910—and their families, who intended it as “a symbol of the loyalty and devotion of three bro...

González, Clara, 1900-1990 (person)

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Scarsdale Women's Club (corporateBody)

Blackwell, Alice Stone, 1857-1950 (person)

Daughter of suffrage leaders Lucy Stone and Henry Browne Blackwell, Alice Stone Blackwell joined her parents in writing and editing the Woman's Journal. For additional biographical information, see Notable American Women, 1607-1950 (1971). From the description of Papers in the Woman's Rights Collection, 1885-1950 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 232008749 Editor, The woman's journal and suffrage news. From the description of Letter, 1920 Apr...

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Vitale, Kae (person)

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Rosa Arredondo de Vega (person)

Una R. Winter (person)

Cain, James M. (person)

Florence Deshon. (person)

Callery, Katherine (person)

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Ivar Kreuger (person)

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Ella Riegel (person)

Serafina R. de Rosado (person)

Abigaíl Mejía de Fernández (person)

Maria de Guillén Rivas (person)

Vernon, Mabel (person)

Mabel Vernon was an active suffragist who participated in the Nevada suffrage campaign in 1914 and 1916 as Anne Martin's assistant, and served as her campaign manager in the 1918 and 1920 senatorial races. Afterward she returned to her work at the National Woman's Party, and became associated with the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom and the People's Mandate to End Wars. From the description of Mabel Vernon papers, 1914-1920. (University of California, Berkeley). Wo...

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Harry E. Stevens (person)

McCormick, Harold F. Harold Fowler 1872-1941 (person)

Viscountess Margaret Rhondda (person)

Boissevain, Charlotte (person)

Women's University Club (corporateBody)

Nation, Carry Amelia, 1846-1911 (person)

Prohibition, women's-rights activist. Of the central United States; Texas; Medicine Lodge, Kan. From the description of Carry Amelia Nation papers 1870-1961 (bulk 1872-1909). (Kansas State Historical Society). WorldCat record id: 571694573 ...

May D. Merrill. (person)

Joseph McCarthy (person)

Abby Scott Baker (person)

Alice Park (person)

Virginia Hyde (person)

Sarah Thompson Pell (person)

Gawthorpe, Mary (person)

Wells, H. G. (Herbert George), 1866-1946 (person)

H. G. Wells, Herbert George Wells (b. September 21, 1866, Bromley, Kent, England-d. August 13, 1946, London, England), best remembered for imaginative novels such as The Invisible Man and The War of the Worlds, prototypes for modern science fiction, was a prolific writer and one of the most versatile in the history of English letters. He produced an average of nearly three books a year for more than fifty years, in addition to hundreds of newspaper and magazine articles. His works ranged from f...

First Central American Women's Congress of Education (corporateBody)

Bloor, Ella Reeve, 1862-1951 (person)

Radical, labor organizer, socialist, and communist; b. Ella Reeve; married 1st: Lucien Ware; 2nd: Louis Cohen; and 3rd: Andrew Omholt; also known as "Mother Bloor", of Arden, Del. From the description of Papers, 1890-1973. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122404940 "Mother Bloor [Ella Reeve Bloor] speaking at a picnic in Akron, Ohio, 1942" Ella Reeve Bloor, popularly known as "Mother Bloor," was noted for her energetic organizing work on behalf of lab...

Emma López Seña (person)

Iris Calderhead Pratt. (person)

Henry Stevens (#22. 7) (person)

Raymond Swing (person)

Ana R. Espinosa (person)

Wiley, Anna Kelton, 1877-1964 (person)

Consumers' rights reformer, feminist, and club woman of Washington, D.C. From the description of Papers of Anna Kelton Wiley, 1798-1964 (bulk 1925-1960). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71063964 A member of many Washington, D.C., clubs, ranging from the Daughters of the American Revolution to the Consumers' League, Wiley spent five days in jail for picketing the White House in 1917 for women's suffrage. She was chairman of the National Woman's Party (1930-1932 and 1940-1942),...

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Unión Laboristas de Mujeres (corporateBody)

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Teresa Amadeo (person)

Rita de Alba de Acosta Lydig (person)

Bunand-Sévastos, Fanny (person)

Hipatia Cárdenas de Bustamante (person)

Younger, Maud, 1870-1936 (person)

Maud Younger was born Jan. 10, 1870 to a wealthy family in San Francisco, CA. She began her activism work after visiting New York College Settlement House. While in New York City, she joined the New York Waitresses' Union. Younger later worked as a waitress in San Francisco and organized the city's first Waitresses' Union, serving as first president. In 1908 she helped found the San Francisco Wage Earners' Suffrage League. She is well known for giving the memorial keynote at the funeral of Inez ...

Goldberg, Maximilian (person)

West, Rebecca, 1892-1983 (person)

Rebecca West was a British author and journalist. Born Cicily Fairfield, of Scots-Irish heritage, she adopted the name of the strong-willed heroine of Ibsen's play, Rosmershmolm. She trained as an actress, but concentrated on writing and contributed to various liberal journals. In addition to social commentary and literary criticism, she wrote novels; her writing was distinguished by passion, intelligence, and style. Her personal life included a decade-long affair with H.G. Wells, affairs with C...

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Ana Rosa de Martinez Guerrero (person)

Elena Ospina de Ospina (person)

P. L. and Anthippe Couchoud (person)

Taunton, Ruth (person)

Kohlberg, Alfred, 1887-1960 (person)

American businessman; national chairman, American Jewish League Against Communism; chairman, American China Policy Association; member of the board, Institute of Pacific Relations. From the description of Alfred Kohlberg papers, 1927-1967. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122561238 Biographical Note 1887 Born, San Francisco, California ...

Moore, Hazel (person)

Sofía Alvarez V. de Demicheli (person)

Norris B. Chipman (person)

Club Feminino de Cuba (corporateBody)

Labor Temple School (corporateBody)

Colomo, Rosalmira (person)

Garoute, Alice (person)

International Labor Office (corporateBody)

Sardou, Héléne (person)

Hermalinda U. de Briones (person)

Stevens, Ruth P. (Ruth Palmer) (person)

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Lucila Luciani de Pérez Díaz (person)

Eastmans (person)

Walter W. Stewart. (person)

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Blum, Jerome S., 1884-1956 (person)

General Federation of Women's Clubs (corporateBody)

Zitkala is the Indian name for Gertrude Bonnin, 1876-1938. From the guide to the National Council of American Indians records, 1926-1938, (L. Tom Perry Special Collections) ...

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Alice Téligny Mathon (person)

Williams, Mary W. (person)

Gunnar Fromén. (person)

Ofelia Domínguez Navarro (person)

Eastman, Max (person)

Max Eastman (1883-1969) was a well-known radical whose journal, the Liberator, voiced support for controversial issues such as restrictions on liberty during World War I and the Red Scare. Eastman was arrested twice under the Espionage Act, each trial resulting in a hung jury. He visited Soviet Russia in the 1920's and became a follower of Trotsky, acting as his translator and literary agent. He became critical of the Soviet government after 1924 and opposed Stalin through the relea...

Doetsch, Elsa (person)

Rosa Borja de Ycaza (person)

Antonio Quiroga y Torrico. (person)

Norman Hapgood (person)

Vergara, Marta (person)

Pierce, Vivian (person)

Vanderbilt, William K. (William Kissam), 1849-1920 (person)

McGraner, Emeline (person)

Luisi, Paulina (person)

Clodomiro Cordero (person)

Arias, Maria Z. de (person)

Cooper, Charles H. J. (person)

Margery Corbett Ashby (person)

Association of American Bank Women (corporateBody)

Callery, Katherine Hilles (person)

Macmillan, Chrystal (person)

Epithet: Miss British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001240.0x0000c7 Epithet: Miss; suffragette British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000876.0x000274 ...

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Margolin, Bessie, 1909-1996 (person)

Bessie Margolin was a U.S. Department of Labor attorney from 1939 until 1972, arguing numerous cases before the Supreme Court. She graduated from Yale Law School. In 1939, Margolin joined the Department of Labor. She became an expert on the Fair Labor Standards Act and was eventually promoted to Assistant Solicitor in charge of Supreme Court appellate litigation. In this role, and in her later role as Associate Solicitor, Margolin argued 27 cases before the Supreme Court. Following World War II,...

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Stevens, Henry H., 1839-1871 (person)

Doty, Madeleine Z. (Madeleine Zabriskie), 1877-1963 (person)

Lawyer; Journalist; Suffragist; Prison reformer; Pacifist; Teacher. Born Bayonne, New Jersey, 1877; A.B. Smith College, 1900; L.L.B., New York University, 1902; practiced law until 1907; then secretary, Russell Sage Foundation Children's Court Committee. Accompanied Jane Addams and 43 other women to Women's Peace Conference, The Hague, 1915; as traveling correspondent, New York Tribune and Good Housekeeping, was in Russia during the Bolshevik Revolution. Published Society's Misfits (1916) on juv...

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Hague Codification Conference (corporateBody)

Erlinda Cabrera Casas de Gandorszky (person)

Industrial Women's League for Equality. (corporateBody)

Celia S. de Averhoff (person)

Boni & Liveright (corporateBody)

The firm of Boni & Liveright went through three distinct name changes during the time of this correspondence, two of which are recognized in these files. Rather than separate the correspondence of the firm, correspondence from Horace Liveright, Inc. was housed under this heading. From the description of Correspondence : with Theodore Dreiser, 1917-1938. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 122479782 New York publishing firm. From the desc...

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Larguia, Susana (person)

Paul Arnold's (person)

Wolfe, Clara Snell, 1874- (person)

Elena Mederos de González (person)

Herfort, Paule (person)

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League of Nations (corporateBody)

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Walpole Printing Office (corporateBody)

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Abbott Academy (corporateBody)

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Candelaria Lezica de Serrantes (person)

Otilia Arosamena de Tejeira (person)

Maurtua, Victor (person)

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Conference on Codification of International Law (corporateBody)

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Casey, Josephine (person)

Lane, Margaret (person)

Baldwin, Roger (person)

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Winter, Una. (person)

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Bloor, Ella Reeve, 1862-1951 (person)

Radical, labor organizer, socialist, and communist; b. Ella Reeve; married 1st: Lucien Ware; 2nd: Louis Cohen; and 3rd: Andrew Omholt; also known as "Mother Bloor", of Arden, Del. From the description of Papers, 1890-1973. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122404940 "Mother Bloor [Ella Reeve Bloor] speaking at a picnic in Akron, Ohio, 1942" Ella Reeve Bloor, popularly known as "Mother Bloor," was noted for her energetic organizing work on behalf of lab...

Serantes, Candelaria Lezica de (person)

Buckley, William F., Jr., 1925-2008 (person)

Epithet: jr of the National Review British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001186.0x000169 William F. Buckley, Jr. was born in 1925 and graduated from Yale University in 1950. In 1955 he founded the magazine The National Review. He also wrote a nationally syndicated column and hosted the weekly television show Firing Line from 1966 through 1999. In 1965 Buckley ran unsuccessfully as the Conservative Party candidate for...

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Mondragon, Rosinda (person)

Rogers, Elizabeth Selden (person)

Third Inter-American Conference on Education (corporateBody)

Clothilde C. de Arvelo (person)

World Court (corporateBody)

Mandelstam, Andre (person)

Chipman, Norris (person)

WALKER, EVANS (person)

Rosa Huerta de Viteri Lafronte (person)

Alice Stevens Burns's (person)

World Woman's Party (corporateBody)

Angela M. Zaldivar (person)

Women for Congress Campaign (corporateBody)

Trujillo Molina, Rafael Leónidas, 1891-1961 (person)

Rafael Leónidas Trujillo Molina (b. 24 October 1891, San Cristóbal, Dominican Republic–d., 30 May 1961, Ciudad Trujillo, Dominican Republic)was a notorious president of the Dominican Republic. He joined the National Guard in 1918 and was promoted from cadet to general and commander-in chief of the Army in only nine years. During the rebellion against Pres. Horacio Vásquez in 1930, Trujillo cut a deal with rebel leader in order to run for president. He won the presidency in 1930 with 99% of the v...

Lloyd, Lola Maverick, 1875-1944 (person)

Lola Maverick Lloyd was a pioneer suffragist, pacifist, and friend and associate of Jane Addams with whom she founded the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom. From the description of Collection, 1915-1944. (Swarthmore College, Peace Collection). WorldCat record id: 28329110 Lola Maverick Lloyd, pioneer suffragist and pacifist, graduated Smith College, 1897; married William Bross Lloyd, 1902 (divorced, 1916); four children: Mary, William Jr., Georgia, and Jessi...

Rebecca Reyher (person)

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HALE, RUTH (person)

Norris Chipman (person)

Burns, Diann (person)

Rowe, Leo Stanton, 1871- (person)

Thompson, Gertrude (person)

Biddle, George (person)

Bethencourt, Carmen (person)

Consuelo Vazquez Bello (person)

Betzy Kjelsberg (person)

Riegel, Ella (person)

Conant, Ellen (person)

Ernestine Evans (person)

Olive Burns Riordan (person)

Weed, Helena Hill (person)

Josefina Barreda de Tudela (person)

May Summer Boyd (person)

Hudson, Manley O. (Manley Ottmer), 1886-1960 (person)

Epithet: Professor of International Law Harvard University British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001137.0x000133 Law professor, judge, international mediator, legal scholar. Prof., U. of Mo. Law School, 1910-1919, Harvard L.S., 1919-1954. Attached to American Comm. to Negotiate Peace, Paris, 1918-1919. Member, legal section of League of Nations Secretariat, 1922-1933. Appointed member, Permanent Court of Arbitration,...

Dow, Sterling and Elizabeth (person)

Babcock, Caroline L. (Caroline Lexow), 1882- (person)

Caroline Lexow Babcock (b. Feb. 5, 1882, Nyack, NY–d. March 8, 1980, Nyack, NY). The daughter of legislator Clarence Lexow, she graduated Barnard College in 1904. She became executive secretary to Harriot Stanton Blatch at the Women's Political Union. Babcock also served as president of the College Equal Suffrage League of New York, executive secretary of the National College Equal Suffrage League, served on the executive committee and board of directors of the Birth Control Federation of Americ...

Bernardino, Consuelo (person)

Chipman, Claudette (person)

Mercedes de la Torre O'Neill (person)

Maúrtua, Victor (person)

Mercedes Gallagher de Parks (person)

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Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (corporateBody)

WILPF developed out of the International Women's Congress against World War I that took place in The Hague, Netherlands, in 1915 and the formation of the International Women's Committee of Permanent Peace; the name WILPF was not chosen until 1919. The first WILPF president, Jane Addams, had previously founded the Woman's Peace Party in the United States, in January 1915, this group later became the US section of WILPF. Along with Jane Addams, Marian Cripps and Margaret E. Dungan were also foundi...

Academie de Droit International de la Haye (corporateBody)

Bullitt, William C. (William Christian), 1891-1967 (person)

William Christian Bullitt (b. Jan. 25, 1891, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania-d. Feb. 1967), was Ambassador to the U.S.S.R. from 1933 to 1936, and to France from 1936 to 1941. He was ambassador at large in 1941 and 1942, and special assistant to the Secretary of the Navy in 1942 and 1943. He began his career at the State Department in 1917 where he also served as an attaché to the American Commission to Negotiate Peace at the end of World War I. In 1944 he joined the French Army and was a major in the...

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Ella M. Sherwin (person)

Lamont, Thomas W. (person)

Adela Zuniga de Canales (person)

Stevens, Elaine (person)

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María Alvárez de Guillén Rivas (person)

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Clarence Streit (person)

Blatch, Harriot Stanton, 1856-1940 (person)

Harriot Eaton Stanton Blatch (b. Jan. 20, 1856, Seneca Falls, NY–d. Nov. 20, 1940, Greenwich, CT) was the daughter of activists Henry Brewster Stanton and Elizabeth Cady Stanton. She graduated from Vassar College with a degree in mathematics in 1878. She married Harry Blatch and lived in Basingstoke, Hampshire. Her daughter, Nora Stanton Blatch Barney, was the first U.S. woman to earn a degree in civil engineering. While in England, Blatch conducted a statistical study of rural English working ...

Sixth International Neo-Malthusian and Birth Control Conference (corporateBody)

Gómez Carbonell, María, 1903- (person)

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Kent, Elizabeth Thacher, 1868-1952 (person)

Elizabeth Thacher Kent (b. Sept. 22, 1868–d. Aug. 14, 1952) was an environmentalist and women's rights activist. Born Elizabeth Sherman Thacher, she was the daughter of Thomas Anthony Thacher. Her brother was Sherman Day Thacher and she was a descendant of Founding Father Roger Sherman. She married William Kent in 1890 and relocated to California. Together she had seven children, including professor Sherman Kent, politician Roger Kent, and artist Adaline Kent. The Kents purchased 611 acres of...

Babcock, Caroline L. (Caroline Lexow), 1882- (person)

Caroline Lexow Babcock (b. Feb. 5, 1882, Nyack, NY–d. March 8, 1980, Nyack, NY). The daughter of legislator Clarence Lexow, she graduated Barnard College in 1904. She became executive secretary to Harriot Stanton Blatch at the Women's Political Union. Babcock also served as president of the College Equal Suffrage League of New York, executive secretary of the National College Equal Suffrage League, served on the executive committee and board of directors of the Birth Control Federation of Americ...

Susana Larguia (person)

H. N. Pinkham (person)

Smith College. (corporateBody)

Since 1900, Christmas at Smith College has involved the sending of cards, the singing of carols and the annual Vespers. Smith College's Christmas Vespers has allowed religious and non-religious students alike to come together and appreciate the music and spirit of the holiday season. At this annual candlelight ceremony, Smith College choral groups perform seasonal songs and religious readings. From the description of Records of Christmas at Smith College, 1900-[ongoing]. (Smith Colle...

Talcott Parsons (person)

Lesley Frost (person)

Frost, Lesley (person)

Partido Nacional Sufragista (corporateBody)

Antonio S. de Bustamante (person)

Winslow, Mary (person)

Liveright Publishing Corporation (corporateBody)

Bustamante, Antonio S. de (person)

Clara Elisa de Salterain (person)

Parke-Bernet Galleries. (corporateBody)

Auction house; New York, N.Y. From the description of Parke-Bernet Galleries auction catalogs, 1956-1968. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122395181 ...

Sara Rey Alvarez (person)

Spaulding, Huntley Newell, 1869-1955 (person)

Teresa Obregoso de Prevost (person)

Dell, Floyd, 1887-1969 (person)

Editor, playwright, novelist. From the description of Letters of Floyd Dell [manuscript], 1924, 1935. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647810834 Author Floyd Dell was raised in impoverished circumstances in Illinois, developing ideals under the influence of his school-teacher mother. Although a high school dropout, a combination of intelligence, talent, and will contributed to his early success writing for periodicals. His book reviews were a revelation, and led...

Harold Hinton (person)

María Valle de Rodríguez (person)

Verta Taylor (person)

Philbrook, Mary (person)

Mary Philbrook (1872-1958), a prominent Newark, N.J. (Essex County) lawyer, women's rights activist and social reformer. Philbrook, the first woman admitted to the bar in N.J. in 1895, acted as counsel for the legal aid society of Whittier House Social Settlement, where her work led to the formation of the New Jersey Legal Aid Association. In 1906, she became the first N.J. woman admitted to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court. Philbrook lobbied for penal reforms for women and children, worke...

Chibas, Conchita (person)

Kathryn Painter Ward (person)

Warren, Robert Beach, 1891- (person)

Landestoy, Carmita (person)

Ernestina López de Nelson (person)

Rhondda, Margaret (person)

Madeleine Sylvain. (person)

Hurst, Fannie (person)

American author, lecturer, and commentator. From the description of Papers, ca. 1910s-1965. (Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center (HRC); University of Texas at Austin). WorldCat record id: 122547416 American author; prominent in philanthropic and civic affairs. From the description of Papers, 1913-1968. (Washington University in St. Louis). WorldCat record id: 28419697 Hurst expressed her reformist views on the rights of women, homosexuals, and Europe...

Seminario, Adela (person)

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Loughlin, Gail (person)

Parada, Aída (person)

Spruille Braden (person)

Marie Jenney Howe's (person)

Bliven, Bruce (person)

Anduray, M. Bertrand (person)

Wiley, Anna Kelton, 1877-1964 (person)

Consumers' rights reformer, feminist, and club woman of Washington, D.C. From the description of Papers of Anna Kelton Wiley, 1798-1964 (bulk 1925-1960). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71063964 A member of many Washington, D.C., clubs, ranging from the Daughters of the American Revolution to the Consumers' League, Wiley spent five days in jail for picketing the White House in 1917 for women's suffrage. She was chairman of the National Woman's Party (1930-1932 and 1940-1942),...

Institute of Advanced Study, Princeton (corporateBody)

Alois Derso (person)