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|Named Person:||Eloise Ellery; Mary Lamson Lockwood; Cordelia Lockwood; Emily Clark Brown; Eleanor Clark; Hallie Flanagan; Gladys Meyer Wolfe; William Lockwood; Pauli Murray; Elizabeth Merwin Page Harris; Priscilla Smith Robertson; Elizabeth Missing Sewell; Hilda Worthington Smith; Caroline Farrar Ware; Lockwood family.|
|Document Type:||Archival Material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Helen Drusilla Lockwood
|Description:||24.25 cubic ft (34 boxes)|
Brochures, newsletters, reports, speeches, school publications, and Lockwood's notes and outlines relating to her association with the Bryn Mawr Summer School for Women Workers, the Vineyard Shore Workers' School, the Hudson Shore Labor School, and other workers' education projects, 1922-1952; diaries for 1903 to ca. 1911 concerning school, her family summer activities, trips, and student life at Vassar; Vassar alumnae questionnaires she used for an article on the part-time paid employment of women, 1948; letters from former students at the time of her retirement, 1956; and miscellaneous family items including her parents' student notebooks, scrapbooks, and photographs.
- Ellery, Eloise, -- 1874-1958.
- Lockwood, Mary Lamson.
- Lockwood, Cordelia.
- Brown, Emily Clark, -- 1895-1980.
- Clark, Eleanor, -- 1913-1996.
- Flanagan, Hallie, -- 1890-1969.
- Wolfe, Gladys Meyer.
- Lockwood, William.
- Murray, Pauli, -- 1910-1985.
- Harris, Elizabeth Merwin Page, -- 1889-1969.
- Robertson, Priscilla Smith.
- Sewell, Elizabeth Missing, -- 1815-1906.
- Smith, Hilda Worthington, -- 1888-
- Ware, Caroline Farrar, -- 1899-
- Hudson Shore Labor School (West Park, N.Y.)
- Bryn Mawr Summer School for Women Workers in Industry.
- Vineyard Shore Workers' School (West Park, N.Y.)
- Vassar College -- Students.
- Vassar College -- Faculty.
- Vassar College -- Alumnae.
- Lockwood family.
- Women -- Employment.
- Women -- Social conditions.
- English language -- Study and teaching.
- English literature.
- Literature -- Study and teaching.
- Women -- Education.
- Working class -- Education.
- Publishers and publishing.
- Literature publishing.
- Family -- New York (State)
- Women -- Diaries.
- United States -- Social life and customs -- 20th century.