Papers, 1821-1985.

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Colby, Clara Bewick, 1846-1916. Papers, 1821-1985.

Papers, 1821-1985.

Papers, mainly 1860-1916, of a feminist, founder/editor of the Woman's Tribune, and officer of the Federal Suffrage Association, which document her personal life, her suffrage activities, her work as a lecturer and newspaper editor, and her interest in the New Thought religious philosophy.

3.0 c.f. (8 archives boxes); plusadditions of 0.4 c.f. and14 photographs.

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