Eliza Jane Read Sunderland Papers 1865-1910

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Eliza Jane Read Sunderland Papers, 1865-1910

Eliza Jane Read Sunderland Papers 1865-1910

Lecturer, educator, author and advocate of women's rights during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, received Ph.D. in Philosophy from University of Michigan in 1892 under supervision of John Dewey. Papers include correspondence, some with Dewey and other leading philosophers, her student notebooks, articles, lectures and sermons.

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