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Title
Papers of Caroline Wells Healey Dall, 1829-1956 (inclusive), 1837-1916 (bulk)
Name/Creator
Dall, Caroline Wells Healey, 1822-1912, creator
HOLLIS IDDigital ObjectLocation
Networked Resource

Schlesinger
Language
English
Description
3.75 linear feet. (9 file boxes) plus 1 folio folder, 5 photograph folders.
Form/Genre
mixed material

Account books.

Biographies.

Essays.

Lecture notes.

Manuscripts (for publication)
Subject
Child, Lydia Maria , 1802-1880 ;  Dall, C. H. A. (Charles Henry Appleton) , 1816-1886 ;  Bacon, Delia Salter , 1811-1859 ;  Carpenter, Mary , 1807-1877 ;  Chapman, Maria Weston , 1806-1885 ;  Cheney, Ednah Dow Littlehale , 1824-1904 ;  Clarke, James Freeman , 1810-1888 ;  Dall, Caroline Wells Healey , 1822-1912 ;  Frietschie, Barbara Hauer , 1766-1862 ;  Fuller, Margaret , 1810-1850 ;  Garrison, William Lloyd , 1805-1879 ;  Hale, Edward Everett , Sr , 1822-1909 ;  Hedge, Frederic Henry , 1805-1890 ;  Howe, Julia Ward , 1819-1910 ;  May, Samuel J. (Samuel Joseph) , 1797-1871 ;  Mitchell, Maria , 1818-1889 ;  Mott, Lucretia , 1793-1880 ;  Ripley, Sarah Alden , 1793-1867 ;  Sen, Keshub Chunder , 1838-1884 ;  Tuckerman, Joseph , 1778-1840 ;  Zakrzewska, Marie E. (Marie Elizabeth) , 1829-1902 ;  American Social Science Association. ;  Adult education -- History -- 19th century ;  Antislavery movements ;  Women -- Education -- India ;  Visitations (Religious education) ;  Religious education ;  Social service ;  Women's rights ;  Women -- Suffrage ;  Transcendentalists (New England) ;  Unitarianism ;  India -- Social conditions ;  Massachusetts -- Social life and customs ;  Authors ;  Lecturers ;  Social reformers ;  Sunday-school teachers

Category
18 century

Manuscripts and records

Individual reading

English

Commonplace books

19 century

Note
Contains Dall's writings; notes for teaching; correspondence; clippings; and extracts from her reading. Also included is genealogical materials, household account books, estate records; lecture notes for her Sunday School and adult education classes; speeches, etc. Texts of many of her writings, some in manuscript, some printed, are included with her research notes, correspondence with publishers, and reviews. Her clipping collection and reading notes reflect her wide interests, including labor laws, woman's suffrage, natural disasters, and women in India.

Author, reformer and teacher, Dall taught Unitarian Sunday School and classes in literature and morals for adults. She contributed to antislavery and women's rights journals, lectured on women's rights, published many lectures, books, biographies, reviews, and obituaries, and preached in Unitarian pulpits. She was one of the founders of the American Social Science Association (1865), and served as director or vice-president until 1905. For further information, see Notable American Women (1971).

Unpublished finding aid; see also Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library..., The Manuscript Inventories and the Catalogs...10v., (Boston: G.K. Hall, 1984)

Electronic finding aid available http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:RAD.SCHL:sch00279

Caroline Wells Healey Dall Papers (MC 351). Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe Institute, Harvard University.

There is related material: Caroline Dall Papers, Massachusetts Historical Society.