Women -- History
Found in 397 Collections and/or Records:
The Krasimira Choneva Architectural Collection includes conceptual and working drawings as well as supporting documents for six projects. The projects range in date from 1958-1994 and were all designed and completed in Bulgaria by Krasimina Choneva. The collection also includes one biographical sketch written by Choneva herself as well as an additional biography written by Milka Bliznakov in 2007.
Letter from "A. [L.?]" to "My Dear Husband," written during the American Civil War, regarding the recent theft of one of their hogs and the capture and whipping of two suspected thieves by the patrol.
The collection contains a letter written to the editor of a newspaper, Major Harper, by Maria S. encouraging ladies of
Raymond and vicinity to contribute to efforts to sew undergarments, stockings, and mattresses for soldiers serving in the American Civil War. Also includes coversheet which has
West Point April 20, 1863 written on it.
This contains a collection of small (1- to 2-folder) manuscripts related to various aspects of the American Civil War and obtained from various sources.
Two letters from Adelaide A. Claflin (1846-1931), a woman suffragist, written to "Mrs. Hollander" about an upcoming proposed lecture in Somerville, Massachusetts, on the subject of suffrage.
Margaret (Peggy) Cochrane Architectural Collection includes drawings for approximately 70 professional projects. Project drawings vary in size and detail, and most are residential projects in Southern California.
Georgia Dunn Coggin (1888-1960) was a resident of Wichita, Kansas, and Virginia. The collection contains letters to and from Coggin from 1910 to 1960, primarily with her husband William and her friend Lillie Goddard. The content of all of the letters mainly concerns daily life, family matters, children, husbands, illnesses, and deaths.
Letters addressed to Mary Everit Coley of New Haven, Connecticut, from relatives and friends, focusing on personal activities and news, particularly illnesses and deaths, including the deaths of three infant children of Coley's friend, Isabelle Mercein Fuller.