Papers, 1829-1956 (inclusive), 1837-1916 (bulk).

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Dall, Caroline Wells Healey, 1822-1912. Papers, 1829-1956 (inclusive), 1837-1916 (bulk).

Papers, 1829-1956 (inclusive), 1837-1916 (bulk).

Contains Dall's writings; notes for teaching; correspondence; clippings; and extracts from her reading. Also included is genealogical materials, household account books, estate records; lecture notes for her Sunday School and adult education classes; speeches, etc. Texts of many of her writings, some in manuscript, some printed, are included with her research notes, correspondence with publishers, and reviews. Her clipping collection and reading notes reflect her wide interests, including labor laws, woman's suffrage, natural disasters, and women in India.

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