Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Collection Scope and Content This Collection consists of materials pertaining to various women’s clubs, organizations, and associations, located for the most part in Maine, with a few belonging to other states. Some are local branches of national organizations, such as the Women's Christian Temperance Union and the American Association of University Women, while most are stand-alone entities. Materials include constitutions and by-laws, meeting minutes and reports, drafts of topical papers, correspondence, clippings,...
Collection Scope and Content This collection contains twenty diaries written by Hulda Greenwood, two diaries of Julia G. Brown, as well as photographs, genealogical data and correspondence pertaining to the Fellows family. The diaries of Hulda Greenwood and the Fellows family papers reflect rural living in Maine communities. Hulda Greenwood's diaries document her life in Farmington, Maine from 1868-1892. Greenwood's intimate written accounts detail the hardships of living in a rural Maine community. Greenwood frequently...
Collection Scope and Content
This collection includes correspondence, scholarly articles, reviews, conference papers, speeches and newspaper columns by Kalikow. It also includes interviews with her, dissertations about her, and various awards and recognition.