The literature of philanthropy
- Quinton, Amelia S. (Amelia Stone), 1835?-1926
Goodale, Frances A. (Frances Abigail)
Bellamy, Blanche Wilder, 1852-1919
Lowell, Josephine Shaw, 1843-1905
Spahr, Jean Fine.
McLean, Fannie W.
Moore, Helen, Miss
Damon, Mary B.
Brennan, Agnes L.
Doolittle, Laura M.
Eastman, Elaine Goodale, 1863-1953
Goodwin, Maud Wilder, 1856-1935
Lloyd, Julia Margaret Fuller.
Jones, Frederick Rhinelander, Mrs
Morse, Alice C. (Alice Cordelia), 1862-1961, binding designer.
Quinton, Amelia Stone, "Mrs. Richard Quinton."
Harper & Brothers, publisher.
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- Place Of Origin:
- New York (State)
- Harper & Brothers
- ix, 210 p. ; 16 cm.
Publishers' cloth bindings (Binding)
- Digital Format:
- Books and documents
- General introduction / Blanche Wilder Bellamy -- The literature of philanthropy / by Frances A. Goodale -- Criminal reform / by C. R. Lowell (Josephine Shaw Lowell) -- Tenement neighborhood idea / by Jean Finn Spahr and Fannie W. McLean -- Tenement neighborhood idea : university settlement / by Helen Moore -- Tenement neighborhood idea : medical women in tenements / by Mary B. Damon -- The trained nurse / by Agnes L. Brennan -- The Society of the Red Cross / Laura M. Doolittle -- The Indian / by Amelia Stone Quinton -- The Indian : a woman among the Indians / by Elaine Goodman Eastman -- The antislavery struggle : extracts / from various writers -- The antislavery legacy / by Maud Wilder Goodwin -- The Negro and civilization / by Julia Margaret Fuller Lloyd -- The education of the blind / by Mrs. Frederick Rhinelander Jones.
- Social sciences
Antislavery movements--United States
Indians of North America--Social conditions--19th century
African Americans--Social conditions--19th century
- United States--New York--New York
- "Representative work of the women of the State of New York in periodical literature"--Introd.
Issued in a decorated brown cloth binding attributed to Alice C. Morse by Mindell Dubansky.
"A classified list of the press and periodical work of New York women": p. -210.
Electronic reproduction. Mountain View, Calif. : Google Book Search Library Project, 2007.
- edited by Frances A. Goodale.
- The distaff series
Open Collections Program at Harvard University
- HV13 .G8
- Widener Library, Harvard University
Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America,
Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University
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