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Mary Augusta Scott papers, 1870-1917.

Author: Mary Augusta Scott
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Correspondence, diaries, manuscripts, programs, clippings, course materials, research notes, notebooks, reports, photographs, and other materials relating to her personal and professional life. Correspondents include Elizabeth Blackwell, Anne Jemima Clough, Lewis Einstein, Horace Howard Furness, Dr. Howard Atwood Kelly, Alice M. Longfellow, Joseph K. Murray, Agnes Repplier, Eleanor Sedgwick, Henry Dwight Sedgwick,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Diaries
Named Person: Horace Howard Furness; Anne Jemima Clough; Elizabeth Blackwell; Lewis Einstein; Alice M Longfellow; Joseph K Murray; Agnes Repplier; Eleanor Sedgwick; Henry Dwight Sedgwick; Julia Ward Howe; Howard A Kelly; Lyman Abbott; Underhill family.
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Mary Augusta Scott
OCLC Number: 51576640
Reproduction Notes: Are typescripts. Are typescript copies.
Description: 8.5 cubic ft. (10 boxes)
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Correspondence, diaries, manuscripts, programs, clippings, course materials, research notes, notebooks, reports, photographs, and other materials relating to her personal and professional life. Correspondents include Elizabeth Blackwell, Anne Jemima Clough, Lewis Einstein, Horace Howard Furness, Dr. Howard Atwood Kelly, Alice M. Longfellow, Joseph K. Murray, Agnes Repplier, Eleanor Sedgwick, Henry Dwight Sedgwick, and the Underhill family (England). Subjects in the correspondence include her academic positions, dispute with Einstein over her allegations that he appropriated her research, her publications, the education of women, and family affairs. Correspondence with Dr. Kelly concerns her health, religious views, their working partnership, intellectual discussions, the capabilities of women, her problems supporting herself, her desire for a home, and comments on Bryn Mawr. Her diaries, 1882-1906, disucss her reading, visits to Vassar College by Julia Ward Howe, Lyman Abbott, and other lecturers, social events, plays seen, ideas, and comments on writers. There are also reports, course materials, class records, and correspondence with students from Smith College, 1902-1912; and her manuscripts, notes, galleys of her published works, and articles by others on women's education in England and America and on literary topics, 1885-1916. Collection includes typescript copies of her diaries and of her correspondence with Dr. Kelly.

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