Browse Items (9 total)
- Tags: Libraries
GILES, Miss Ella A.
Tags: 1851, 1851-1860, Association for the Advancement of Women, author, Authors, Caroline Maria Seymore Severance, church singer, Ella A. Giles, Ella Wheeler Wilcox, February, Hans Balatka, Hattie Tyng Griswold, librarian, Libraries, Los Angeles, Madison, Madison Public Lib rary, Magazine of Poetry, Music, novelist, Novelists, Oratorio, poet, Poets, Social Science, Stella A. Gaines Fifield, suffragist, Unitarian, WI, Wisconsin Conference of Charities, Women's Rights, Writing/Publishing, Zona Gale
WILLARD, Mrs. Allie C.
Tags: 1851-1860, 1860, Allie C. Willard, April, Authors, Bertha J. Baur, biographer, Biographers, Business/Banking, businesswoman, editor, education reformer, Frances Elizabeth Willard, IL, J. T. Mallalieu, L. B. Fifield, Lady Henry Somerset, librarian, Libraries, London Signal, Loup City Times, Nauvoo, Nebraska Editorial Association, Omaha Daily Bee, Politics/Government, postmaster, Postmasters, Reform, reformer, State Senate Clerk, Temperance, temperance reformer, Western Newspaper Union, Woman's Christian Temperance Union, Writing/Publishing
HOLMES, Mrs. Mary Emma
Tags: 1831-1840, 1839, August, author, Authors, Education, Equal Suffrage Association, IL, Illinois Federation of Women's Clubs, Libraries, Mary Emma Holmes, National American Woman Suffrage Association, Peoria, Reform, reformer, Religion/Missionary, religions education teacher, Sunday School teaching, teacher, Teachers, Temperance, temperance reformer, woman suffragist, women's clubs, Women's Rights, World's Congress Auxilliary, Writing/Publishing
HIGGINSON, Mrs. Ella Rhoads
Tags: 1861-1870, 1862, American Red Cross, author, Authors, Boston Courier, campaign manager, Council Grove, Edgar L. Hampton, editor, Ella Rhoads Higginson, Frances C. Axtell, KS, Libraries, Mary H. Hunt, Oregon City Seminary, Pacific Coast Women's Press Association, philanthropist, Philanthropists, Philanthropy, poet, Poets, School Physiology Journal, West Shore, Westerner, Women's Rights
FIELD, Mrs. Martha R.
Tags: 1851-1860, 1855, author, Authors, Catharine Cole, circulating libraries, Eliza J. Nicholson, journalist, LA, Libraries, Martha R. Field, Mollie Evelyn Moore Davis, New Orleans, New Orleans Picayune, New Orleans Times-Democrat, pseudonym, San Francisco, San Francisco Post, travel writer, travel writing, Writing/Publishing
COOLBRITH, Mrs. Ina Donna
Tags: 1841, 1841-1850, author, Authors, Bret Harte, CA, Californian, Charles Warren Stoddard, Galaxy, Harper's Magazine, IL, Ina Donna Coolbrith, Jack London, Joaquin Miller, librarian, Libraries, Los Angeles, March, Mark Twain, New York City, NY, Oakland, Oakland Free Library, Overland Monthly, poet, poet laureate, Poet Laureate of California, Poets, Writing/Publishing
LOUGHEAD, Mrs. Flora Haines
Tags: 1851-1860, 1855, A.L. Bancroft & Company, author, Authors, CA, Chicago Inter-Ocean, CO, Denver, editor, Flora Haines Loughead, Houghton Mifflin & Company, July, Libraries, Lincoln University, Milwaukee, novelist, Novelists, San Franciscan, San Francisco Chronicle, Santa Barbara, WI, Woman's Parliament of Southern California, Women's Rights, Writing/Publishing
DODGE, Miss Hannah Perkins
Tags: 1821-1830, author, Baptist, Codman Hill Young Ladies' School, Dorchester, Education, educator, Edward Everett Hale, Edward Griffin Porter, Eli Thayer, Francis Wayland, George W. Gile, Helen V. Cloues, Isaac Davis, Kalamazoo College, Lawrence Academy, librarian, Libraries, Littleton, MA, New London Literary and Scientific Institution, North Littleton, Oread Institute, Philanthropy, principal, Reform, reformer, superintendent of schools, teacher, Temperance, temperance reformer, Townsend Female Seminary, William Jacob Cloues, Worcester, Writing/Publishing
DORR, Mrs. Julia C. R.
Tags: 1821-1830, 1825, Atlantic Monthly, author, Authors, Caroline Thomas, Century, Charleston, Congregationalist, February, Galaxy, Harper's Magazine, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Household, James Russell Lowell, John Greenleaf Whittier, Julia Caroline Ripley Dorr, Ladies' Repository, Libraries, Magazine of Poetry, Middlebury Female Seminary, New England Magazine, poet, Poets, pseudonym, Putnam's Monthly, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Rutland Free Library, Sartain's Magazine, SC, Scribner's Magazine, Scribner's Monthly, Seneca M. Dorr, Troy Conference Academy, Union Magazine, William Dean Howells, women as authors, Writing/Publishing