Woman's Education Association records, 1871-1935.
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Charles Sanders Peirce was an American logician, mathematician, philosopher, and scientist, born in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Peirce was educated as a chemist and employed as a scientist for 30 years, but is appreciated largely by his contributions to logic, mathematics, philosophy, and semiotics (and his founding of pragmatism). Peirce was intermittently employed in various scientific capacities by the United States Coast Survey between 1859 and 1891. From the description of Charles...
The Woman's Education Association, founded in Boston, Mass, in 1872, and disbanded in 1927, was the catalyst for many educational innovations for women. It instituted the Harvard Examinations for Women (1872), arranged with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to offer summer chemistry courses for women (1873), encouraged Harvard to offer botany courses (1879), raised money for Radcliffe College (1894), and helped found the summer laboratory (later the Marine Biological Laboratory at Wood's...
Annie Adams Fields was an author and charity worker, the wife of the Boston publisher James T. Fields. From the description of Papers pertaining to the estate of Annie Adams Fields, 1846-1935. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 86143813 From the guide to the Papers pertaining to the estate of Annie Adams Fields, 1846-1935., (Houghton Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University) Eighteen letters written by Annie Adams Fields between the years 1882 and...