2 edition of Emily Howland papers at Cornell University found in the catalog.
Emily Howland papers at Cornell University
Patricia H. Gaffney
by Dept. of Manuscripts and University Archives, Cornell University Libraries in Ithaca, N.Y
Written in English
|Statement||Patricia H. Gaffney, editor.|
|Contributions||Cornell University. Dept. of Manuscripts and University Archives.|
|LC Classifications||Z6616.H65 G33, CT275.H6575 G33|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||38 p. :|
|Number of Pages||38|
|LC Control Number||76354060|
Daughter of suffrage leaders Lucy Stone and Henry Browne Blackwell, Alice Stone Blackwell joined her parents in writing and editing the Woman's Journal. For additional biographical information, see Notable American Women, (). From the description of Papers in the Woman's Rights Collection, (inclusive). (Harvard University). * "Obituary: Emily Howland". The Quarterly Journal of the New York State Historical Association. 10 (4): – October JSTOR THE EMILY HOWLAND PAPERS: AT CORNELL UNIVERSITY: A Guide to the Microfilm Publications (PDF). Ithaca, New York: Cornell University .
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From the guide to the Society of Friends: Letters and Papers, , (Cambridge University Library, Department of Manuscripts and University Archives) The Society of Friends (Quakers) is a religious sect founded in England in The first Quaker meetings in Indiana took place in John D Read (February 6, – Octo ), also referred to as John Reed or John Reid, was an American abolitionist and lay preacher in Falls Church, Virginia in the years prior to and during the American Civil was taken prisoner by Confederate partisans from Mosby's Rangers during a surprise raid on the town on Octo and executed later that day near Vienna, VirginiaBorn: February 6, , Lisbon, Connecticut.
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Emily Howland papers, Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections. Collection consists primarily of correspondence; letters discuss attempts to establish schools for escaped slaves and freedmen in the South, abolition, Oberlin College President Charles Grandison Finney's opinion of John Brown and other abolitionists, the women's suffrage movement (especially in New York State), women's higher education, temperance, the Universal Peace movement.
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Cornell University. Gaffney. In she assumed control over the Sherwood Select School, a position she held up to her one hundredth year inat which point it was renamed the Emily Howland School by the New York State Board of Regents.
Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. The Emily Howland papers, () [microform]. in. Get this from a library.
The Emily Howland papers at Cornell University: a guide to the microfilm publication. [Patricia H Gaffney; Cornell University. Department of Manuscripts and University.
In selecting the Emily Howland Papers from the Cornell University Libraries' manuscript collections for a microfilm project, the National Historical Publications and Records Commission has recognized the timeliness of the subject matter with which the papers are concerned.
Women's and minorities' studies programs have been Emily Howland papers at Cornell University book in many. RMMxml Guide to the Emily Howland papers, Emily Howland papers, Compiled by Patricia H.
Gaffney Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library December slave womst. Finding aid encoded by Evan Fay Earle, December converted from EAD to EAD Guide to the Emily Howland Papers, From the guide to the Caroline F.
Putnam papers, Putnam, Caroline F. papers, (William L. Clements Library, University of Michigan) Emily Howland was a Quaker reformer, educator and philanthropist. In the mid s, she was a teacher in a school for African American girls. Emily Howland Papers, the World Center for Women's Archi\'es, and writing and publishing problems, five letters () from Marjorie White concerning the.
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Howland became one of the first female directors of a national bank in the United States, at the First National Bank of Aurora in Aurora, New York, inserving until her death, at age Legacy. Her papers are held by several universities, including: Cornell University, Haverford College, and Swarthmore : NovemSherwood, New York.
Also, papers pertaining to the Lourie family, of Washington County, including lists from "The Old Town" book () including slave owners, school districts, fire wardens, and town meetings of Albany County. Emily Howland papers, [no physdesc:quantity] and containing many references to his public life and his role in the.
Emily Howland Papers, Cornell University. On microfilm, The Emily Howland Papers at Cornell University, and undated. 15 reels. FHL call number: MS-H Emily Howland Papers, University of Rochester Archives. Helen S. Judson, Sherwood Select School Papers, FHL RG5/ Emily Howland at.
Cornell University. Legendary Education Pioneer. Susan B. Anthony. Susan B. Anthony began Anti-Slavery work when she was November 5, she voted, was arrested. and found guilty for illegal voting. Alaska was purchased.
From The Russian Empire Ma The papers of Emily Howland, Dorothy Whitney Straight Elmhirst, and Sarah Cooper document a broad range of social issues of concern to women. Civil War materials include holdings on Harriet Beecher Stowe and Lydia Maria Child.
Gaffney, Patricia H. (Ed.), The Emily Howland Papers at Cornell University: A Guide to the Microfilm Publication, Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Library Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Carl A.
Kroch Library, Dr. Withington: Reel 4, Mar – Archival material. Withington is mentioned in the following. Isabel Howland was born to a Quaker family in Sherwood, New York in She earned a B.A. from Cornell University in The niece of suffragist, abolitionist and educator Emily Howland, Isabel was involved in similar causes.
She received a scholarship from Emily Howland and her niece Isabel Howland, two white women who were active in the struggle to extend the right to vote to blacks.
Spencer's papers contain diaries, correspondence, memorandum booklets, photographs, diplomas and certificates, Cornell ephemera and alumni surveys. 1 photograph: albumen print on card mount ; mount 10 x 6 cm (carte de visite format) | Photograph shows Isabel and Herbert Howland, niece and nephew of Emily Howland, children of William and Hannah Letchworth Howland, of Sherwood, New York.
Isabel graduated Cornell University in and subsequently took up the cause of women's rights. Cornell University. Miss Emily Howland died on J She was years old.
She risked her life many times during the Civil War without pay to educate young African American women. "I strove to realize myself and to serve purposes nobly fulfilled.". Cornell himself superintended the university’s construction and helped purchase books and equipment. Morrill Hall was the first building on the East Hill campus, which now has buildings and Author: Jenny Schulte.Additional letters of Laura W.
Stebbins are located in the papers of Emily Howland, Dept. of Manuscripts and University Archives, Cornell University Libraries.
Partial Subject Index Abscesses. January 15; February 13; African Americans--Virginia. April 2, 3; American Party. September 24; Arson--Massachusetts. January Emily Howland Papers at Cornell University Papers of R.M.T. Hunter, Thaddeus Hyatt Papers,in the Kansas State Historical Society John Ireland Papers The Letters of Washington Irving John Franklin Jameson and the Development of Humanistic Scholarship in America Jefferson Papers of the University of Virginia,