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Papers of 47 women authors, chiefly American
- "In addition to the above, the following women are represented: Elizabeth Chase Taylor Akers Allen, Jan Goodwin Austin, Mary Hunter Austin, Josephine Dodge Daskam Bacon, Clara Barrus, Mary L.B. Branch, Grace MacGowan Cooke, Faith Baldwin, Margaret Wade Campbell Deland, Anna Elizabeth Dickinson, Alice Morse Earle, Eliza Lee Cabot Follen, Mary Hallock Foote, Margaret Witter Fuller, Anna Maria Hall, Olive Harper, Beatrice Harraden, Constance Cary Harrison, Mary Jane Hawes Holmes, Margaret Briscoe Hopkins, Julia Ward Howe, Martha Joanna Reade Nash Lamb, Eliza Leslie, Octavia W. LeVert, Kate Lewis, Alice M. Longfellow, Julia Magruder, Elizabeth Payson Prentiss, Edna Dean Proctor, Corrine Roosevelt Robinson, Alice Marland Wellington Rollins, Adele Ruenzler, Katharine Abbott Sanborn, Molly Elliot Seawell, Lydia Huntley Sigourney, Isabella Caroline Somerset, Louise Stocton, Margaret M'Nair Stokes, Adeline Trafton, Mary Alden Ward, Lilian Whiting, Phyllis Ayame Whitney, and Kate Douglas Smith Wiggin."
- "The collection consists primarily of social notes and brief replies to queries. Several are addresed to Kate Douglas Smith Wiggin. Included is a tribute to Edward Everett Hale by Julia Caroline Ripley Dorr, The lover by Theodosia Pickering Garrison, an untitled verse by Sarah Jane Clarke Lippincott and several quotations. Of interest is a letter from Ella Wheeler Wilcox which mentions Jack London, and describes her efforts to contact her deceased husband through mediums."
- "Papers of 47 women authors, chiefly American"