Scrapbooks,   1877-1907
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May Wright Sewall Scrapbooks. [series]:
Box   1 V   1
Newspaper clippings from various public and women’s newspapers on women’s rights, the medical profession and women, suffrage, women at work, and articles probably written or edited by Sewall, 1877-1880
Box   1 V   2
Newspaper clippings of “Women’s Work” columns by Sewall, 1882-1883
Box   1 V   3
Newspaper clippings, including “Women’s Work” by Sewall, and others from various newspapers, cover topics such as nursing schools for women, members of the women’s movements, suffrage conventions and meetings, women physicians, etc., 1883-1884
Box   2 V   4
Newspaper clippings from numerous papers, rules, regulations, committee lists, maps, programs, brochures, and other materials relating to the on the World’s Columbian Exposition (World’s Fair) at Chicago, 1893, its Department of Women, 1891-1892, and the ICW, 1891-1893
Box   2 V   5
Letters, poetry, pamphlets, invitations, programs, and newspaper clippings from a variety of newspapers describing Susan B. Anthony, NCW-US, and the NCW-Canada, 1897-1903. There is a letter on the first page from Sewall to the Empress Frederick in Dresden, 1892, 1892-1903
Box   3 V   6
Invitations and programs, covering topics such as the World’s Fair in Chicago, and many women’s and educational organizations or events, 1892-1897
Box   4 V   7
Souvenirs, program, notes, newspaper clippings, etc. covering topics such as: women’s rights, the Art Associations of Indianapolis (of which she was an officer), the World’s Fair in Chicago, 1893, and Women’s Building there. Some newspaper clippings are in Greek, including issues no. 313, 314, and 316 in 1893 of the first women’s suffrage journal in Greece, the title of which is translated as The Women’s Journal. These are the only issues of the journal in the U.S., and include an article about and photograph of Sewall. Materials in this scrapbook are in English, French, German, Italian, and Danish, 1892-1903
Box   5 V   8
Newspaper clippings about women’s activities and famous women, and numerous newspaper clippings about His Imperial Highness Crown Prince Pu Lun of China. Some of the newspaper clippings are in German from Berlin, 1904, 1899-1904
Box   6 V   9
Entitled “Social Scrapbook for London Season, 1899, Vol.1,” it includes announcements, invitations, letters, speeches, and programs for the ICW, 1899
Box   7 V   10
Entitled “Social Scrapbook for London Season, 1899 Vol. 2” it includes: newspaper clippings, programs, notes and telegrams, menus, souvenirs, etc. relating to the ICW, NCW in Paris, 1900, the Carnegie Hall Dedication, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in 1907, and the National Arbitration and Peace Dinner, New York in 1907. There are numerous souvenirs, some in German, from her trips on the Norddeutscher Lloyd Bremen ocean liners. Some newspaper clippings and programs are in French, 1899-1907