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Author: Charlotte Perkins Gilman
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Microfiche : English
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Correspondence, diaries, journals, manuscripts, articles, reviews, clippings, photos, and drawings provide information about Gilman's personal and public life. Largest group of letters, 1897-1900, is to her future second husband, George Houghton Gilman. Other correspondence includes a sizable group to her daughter Katharine between 1895 and 1934; letters from William Dean Howells, Jane Addams, Edward Bellamy, Susan  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Diaries
Drawings
Lectures
Manuscripts (for publication)
Poems
Sermons
Named Person: Maude Adams; Jane Addams; Susan B Anthony; Edward Bellamy; Alice Stone Blackwell; Harriot Stanton Blatch; Witter Bynner; Carrie Chapman Catt; William Theodore Doyle; Theodore Dreiser; Sigmund Freud; Zona Gale; Charlotte Perkins Gilman; Gilman family.; George Houghton Gilman; Edward Everett Hale, Sr.; Laura Mohr Hansson; James Keir Hardie; William Dean Howells; Inez Haynes Gillmore; David Starr Jordan; Florence Kelley; Florence Ledyard Cross Kitchelt; Laura Marholm; Margaret Warner Morley; May Morris; Alice Park; Perkins family.; Frederic B Perkins; William Lyon Phelps; Edward Alsworth Ross; Margaret Sanger; Rosika Schwimmer; Bernard Shaw; Charles Walter Stetson; Stetson family.; Charles Edward Stowe; Lyman Beecher Stowe; Alfred Russel Wallace; Lester Frank Ward; H G Wells; Frances Elizabeth Willard
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Charlotte Perkins Gilman
OCLC Number: 122336316
Description: 14.5 linear ft.

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Correspondence, diaries, journals, manuscripts, articles, reviews, clippings, photos, and drawings provide information about Gilman's personal and public life. Largest group of letters, 1897-1900, is to her future second husband, George Houghton Gilman. Other correspondence includes a sizable group to her daughter Katharine between 1895 and 1934; letters from William Dean Howells, Jane Addams, Edward Bellamy, Susan B. Anthony, James Keir Hardie, and Florence Kelley; and items pertaining to her books and articles. Literary material includes manuscripts and typescripts of chapters for Sex in Civilization (1929) and Woman's Coming of Age (1930); the plays A Pretty Idiot (1889), Changing Hands (ca. 1890), and Three Women; the books Social Ethics, A Study in Ethics (1933), and "A Winter in California; manuscripts by others; miscellaneous stories; poems; sermons; lectures; school essays; and reviews of her works. There are also correspondence and memorabilia pertaining to international congresses Gilman attended, 1899-1913.

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