In Her Own Right: Jane and Marianne Campbell

...tative Women” shined light on the who’s who of women during the 1890s. For instance, the first issue in April, 1893 looked at the life of Mary Grew, a key anti-slavery and suffragist activist.[6] This section often focused on Philadelphia area women, such as Dr. Hannah E. Croasdale, a professor

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Recently Processed Collection: John Gilmary Shea Correspondence

...s are from notable figures who helped Shea during his scholarly years. For instance, the collection contains a large file of correspondence between Oscar Wilkes Collet, a writer, scholar, and member of the Missouri Historical Society. Here is a postcard received by Shea requesting help locating research materials. February 2,

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