Caroline Wells Healey Dall papers, 1811-1917.

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Dall, Caroline Wells Healey, 1822-1912. Caroline Wells Healey Dall papers, 1811-1917.

Caroline Wells Healey Dall papers, 1811-1917.

The Caroline H. Dall Papers consist of 24 archival boxes and 81 bound volumes of letterbooks, notebooks, scrapbooks and detailed personal journals, 1822-1912, of Caroline Healey Dall, a leading 19th century reformer and essayist. The papers document Dall's long life and varied career from her early days in Hampton Falls, N.H., to her later years as a major reform figure in Boston and Washington, D.C. Among the topics covered are: Dall's early involvement in Unitarian church affairs; her attraction to Transcendentalism and the thought of Margaret Fuller; her difficult marriage to missionary Charles H.A. Dall; her work in the antislavery and woman suffrage movements, and her prolific literary career. Among the correspondents are Louisa May Alcott, Susan B. Anthony, James Freeman Clarke, Edward Everett Hale, William H. Herndon, George Frisbie Hoar, Theodore Parker, Elizabeth P. Peabody, Wendell Phillips, and Dall's son, noted naturalist William H. Dall.

24 boxes and 81 v.

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