Juliette Arden, daughter of Henry Arden, a lawyer and inventor, was interested in preserving good in the late 19th century-early 20th century. She was the director of Girls' Club, director of the Class Department of Dr. Parkhurst's Mission as well as working with the poor. She had a talent for openly supporting persons who were taken advantage of by businesses and other commercial organizations.
A variety of materials concerning the lives of Henry and Juliette Arden, including blueprints of Henry's inventions, business and legal papers concerning Henry's activities, correspondences by Juliette Arden and photographs.
Arden Family Papers, 1884-1950, Archives Center, National Museum of American History