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Contemporary Arts Center records, 1976-1980

Creator:
Contemporary Arts Center (New Orleans, La.)
Physical description:
3 microfilm reels
Type:
Mixed archival materials
Collection descriptions
Place:
Louisiana
New Orleans
Date:
1976
1976-1980
20th century
Topic:
Art--Societies, etc
Art, Modern
Local number:
AAA 3129-3131
AAA
AAA contacno
Notes:
Art organization; New Orleans, La
Summary:
Exhibitions and special activities files pertaining to visual arts. [The Center's records relating to music, theatre etc. were not microfilmed]
Files include: 1976: Mask Workshop; 1977: Opening Show, Bal Masque; Five from Lousiana; Food Show; Lecture Series: Issues in the Arts; Electronic Visions; Leif Anderson; George Dureau, Selected Works 1960-1977;Louisiana Craftsmen, 1961 to the Present; Louisiana Environments; National Womens' Film Circuit Screening; 1978: Alabama Artists Invitational; American Narrative/Story Art, 1967-1977; Animal Fantasies; Artworks Bookwords; The Art and Romance of Peasant Clothes; Contemporary Photography in Louisiana; Randy Asprodites Workshop; New Orleans Federation of Churches and N.E.A., AugustArt Escapes; Figures and Wipeouts, Peter Halley, Andrew Bascle; The Rigs, Grady Byrd; CETArts, An Exhibition; Southeastern Graphics Annual; Film: Gumbo-The Mysteries of Creole and Cajun Cooking, Stephen Duplantier;Children's classes: Ice Cream Factory and Council of the Arts for Children, Evelyn Smith Workshop; The Theo Moorman Workshop sponsored by the Loom Room; Eleventh Annual Juried Competition and Exhibition of works by Louisana Craftsmen;
Carnival '78; Personal Monuments: An Artists' Burial Ground; Frederick Trenchard; S.P.C.A. Children's Photography Contest; Contemporary Arts Center Video Night; Young Architects: Architectural Design Studies by Elementary School Students; Young Americans: Fiber/Wood/Plastic/Leather; Maria da Conceicão; Mollyne Karnofsky: Paper Environment March 1978; Festival of Women in the Arts;
Wall Mural; Five Aerial Sculptures; 1979: Carol Kapelow Brown; Photography Gallery and Workshops; Adrienne Anderson; Marc Brasz; Kimberly Paul Arp; Mary F. Chachere; Avery Crounse; Philip Core; The Drawing Show, an Invitational; Antoinette Ducrest; Rise Delmar and Michael Murphy presented by the Frame Shop and Gallery; Graphic Art in Germany Today; Eric Kronengold;Leslie Elliott, Mary Lee Eggart, Starr Sittig Exhibition; Two traveling exhibitions from French Cultural Services: A Certain Image of French Photographs and Color from France; Gary Cawood and Dean Dablow, photographs and workshops; Juried Members' Exhibition, New Orleans Art Association;Gwen Norsworthy; Interaction: A Participation Art Exhibit; Twelfth Annual Louisiana Craftsmen Show; Tom McNellis Installation; Photography Workshops, Ernst Haas, Rosamund Purcell; Push Pin Invitational; Charlotte Hooper Rosshandler; Art Patron Art Exhibition, Southeastern Center for ContemporaryArt, Winston-Salem; Tiennial; Texas: Silver, Mud, Paper; New Orleans Undergraduates Exhibition; Jay Ziegler; Jimmie Williams Installation; 1980: Innovations: Energy and Designing with the Elements Site Projects; Tommy Mew; and Texas Invitational
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The fish immune system : organism, pathogen, and environment / edited by George Iwama, Teruyuki Nakanishi

Author:
Iwama, G. K (George K.)
Nakanishi, Teruyuki
Physical description:
xii, 380 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Type:
Books
Date:
1996
C1996
Topic:
Fishes--Immunology
Call number:
QL638.97 .F56 1996
Contents:
Cells and tissues of the immune system of fish / Agustín G. Zapata, Akira Chibá, and Alberto Varas -- The nonspecific immune system : cellular defenses / C.J. Secombes -- The nonspecific immune system : humoral defense / Tomoki Yano -- The specific immune system : cellular defenses / Margaret J. Manning and Teruyuki Nakanishi -- The specific immune system : humoral defense / Stephen L. Kaattari and Jon D. Piganelli -- Natural changes in the immune system of fish / Mary F. Tatner -- Environmental factors in fish health : immunological aspects / Douglas P. Anderson -- Immunomodulation : endogenous factors / Carl B. Schreck -- Infection and disease / Trevor P.T. Evelyn
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Smithsonian Institution Libraries
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The historical ecology handbook : a restorationist's guide to reference ecosystems / edited by Dave Egan and Evelyn A. Howell

Author:
Egan, Dave
Howell, Evelyn A
Physical description:
xix, 457 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm
Type:
Books
Date:
2001
C2001
Topic:
Human ecology--History
Biotic communities--History
Conservation of natural resources--History
Contents:
Archaeology, paleoecosystems, and ecological restoration / Michael J. O'Brien -- The contribution of ethnobiology to the reconstruction and restoration of historic ecosystems / M. Kat Anderson -- The pleasures and pitfalls of written records / Michael Edmonds -- Oral history: a guide to its creation and use / James E. Fogerty -- Maps and photographs / Tina Reithmaier -- Government land office survey and other early land surveys / Gordon G. Whitney and Joseph DeCant -- Inferring forest stand history from observational field evidence / P.L. Marks and Sana Gardescu -- Using dendrochronology to reconstruct the history of forest and woodland ecosystems / Kurt F. Kipfmueller and Thomas W. Swetnam -- Palynology: an important tool for discovering historic ecosystems / Owen K. Davis -- Packrat middens as a tool for reconstructing historic ecosystems / David Rhode -- Techniques for discovering historic animal assemblages / Michael L. Morrison -- Geomorphology, hydrology, and soils / Stanley W. Trimble -- Inferring vegetation history from phytoliths / Glen G. Fredlund -- Using historical data in ecological restoration: a case study from Nantucket / Peter W. Dunwiddie -- A multiple-scale history of past and ongoing vegetation change within the Indiana dunes / Kenneth L. Cole -- Implementing the archaeo-environmental reconstruction technique: rediscovering the historic ground layer of three plant communities in the greater Grand Canyon region / Thom Alcoze and Matt Hurteau -- Documenting local landscape change: the San Francisco Bay area historical ecology project / Robin Grossinger
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Notable women in the life sciences : a biographical dictionary / edited by Benjamin F. Shearer and Barbara S. Shearer

Author:
Shearer, Benjamin F
Shearer, Barbara Smith
Physical description:
xi, 440 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Type:
Books
Date:
1996
Topic:
Women life scientists--Biography--Dictionaries
Contents:
Hattie Elizabeth Alexander -- Dorothy Hansine Andersen -- Elizabeth Garrett Anderson -- Virginia Apgar -- Aspasia -- Mary Ellen Avery -- Florence Merriam Bailey -- Elizabeth Blackwell -- Rachel Littler Bodley -- Marie Anne Victoire Gallain Boivin -- Roberta Lynn Bondar -- Elizabeth Gertrude Knight Britton -- E. (Estella) Eleanor Carothers - Rachel Carson -- Mary Agnes Meara Chase -- Lin Chíao-chih -- Cornelia M. Clapp -- Edith Jane Claypole -- Jewel Plummer Cobb -- Rita Rossi Colwell -- Elizabeth Caroline Crosby -- Gladys Rowena Henry Dick -- Alice Eastwood -- Sophia Hennion Eckerson -- Rosa Smith Eigenmann -- Cornelia Bonté Sheldon Amos Elgood -- Katherine Esau -- Alice Catherine Evans -- Marilyn Gist Farquhar -- Margaret Clay Ferguson -- Katherine Foot -- Rosalind Elsie Franklin -- Charlotte Friend -- Susanna Phelps Gage -- Alessandra Giliani -- Mary Jane Guthrie -- Alice Hamilton -- Ethel Nicholson Browne Harvey -- Elizabeth Dexter Hay -- Elizabeth Lee Hazen -- Heloise -- Herrad of Landsberg -- Hope Hibbard -- Hildegard of Bingen -- Ariel Cahill Hollinshead -- Ruth Hubbard -- Ida Henrietta Hyde -- Libbie Henrietta Hyman -- Aletta Henriette Jacobs -- Sophia Jex-Blake -- Anandibai Joshee -- Evelyn Fox Keller -- Frances Oldham Kelsey -- Chung-Hee Kil -- Helen Dean King -- Louisa Boyd Yeomans King -- Mimi A.R. Koehl -- Marie-Louise Lachapelle -- Rebecca Craighill Lancefield -- Elise Depew Strang L'Esperance -- Rita Levi-Montalcini -- Margaret Adaline Reed Lewis -- Martha Daniell Logan -- Jane Lubchenco -- Madge Thurlow Macklin -- Barbara McClintock -- Maria Sibylla Merian -- Ynes Mexia -- Agnes Mary Claypole Moody -- Ann Haven Morgan -- Barbara Moulton -- Elizabeth Fondal Neufeld -- Margaret Morse Nice -- Christiane Nüsslein-Volhard -- Ruth Patrick -- Deborah L. Penry -- Naomi E. Pierce -- Eliza Lucas Pinckney -- Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle -- Margie Profet -- Edith Smaw Hinckley Quimby -- Elizabeth Shull Russell -- Florence Rena Sabin -- Kate Olivia Sessions -- Lydia W. Shattuck -- Ellen Kovner Silbergeld -- Maud Caroline Slye -- Joan Argetsinger Steitz -- Nettie Maria Stevens -- Helen Brooke Taussig -- Trotula -- Mary Edwards Walker -- Anna Wessels Williams -- Cicely Delphin Williams -- Heather Williams -- Jane Cooke Wright -- Rosalyn Sussman Yalow
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Philanthropy in the world's traditions / edited by Warren F. Ilchman, Stanley N. Katz, and Edward L. Queen, II

Author:
Ilchman, Warren Frederick
Katz, Stanley Nider
Queen, Edward L
Physical description:
xv, 382 p. ; 24 cm
Type:
Cross-cultural studies
Date:
1998
C1998
Topic:
Charities
Charities--History
Social service
Social service--History
Social service--Religious aspects
Contents:
1. Reciprocity and assistance in precolonial Africa / Steven Feierman -- 2. A comparative study in Native American philanthropy -- 3. Contextualizing philanthropy in South Asia : a textual analysis of Sanskrit sources / Leona Anderson -- 4. Generosity and service in Theravāda Buddhism / Ananda W.P Guruge and G.D. Bond -- 5. The Mahāyāna Buddhist foundation for philanthropic practices / Leslie S. Kawamura -- 6. Philanthropy, the law, and public policy in the Islamic world before the modern era / Said Amir Arjomand -- 7. Chinese philanthropy as seen through a case of famine relief in the 1640s / Joanna F. Handlin Smith -- 8. A view of philanthropy in Japan : Confucian ethics and education / Mary Evelyn Tucker -- 9. The origins of modern Jewish philanthropy / Derek J. Penslar -- 10. Mount Holyoke missionaries and non-Western women : the motivations and consequences of nineteenth-century American missionary philanthropy / Amanda Porterfield -- 11. Orthodox Christianity, the nation-state, and philanthropy : focus on the Serbian Orthodox Church / Miroslav Ružica -- 12. Hindu philanthropy and civil society / Mark Juergensmeyer and Darrini M. McMahon -- 13. Religious authority, reform, and philanthropy in the contemporary Muslim world / Gregory C. Kozlowski -- 14. From repression to revival : philanthropy in twentieth-century Russia / Adele Lindenmeyr -- 15. State power and the philanthropic impulse in China today / Vivienne Shue -- 16. Civil society and philanthropy in Latin America : from religious charity to the search for citizenship / Andrés A. Thompson and Leilah Landim
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Sidney C. Woodward papers, 1830-1963 (bulk 1915-1932)

Creator:
Woodward, Sidney C. 1890-1963
Subject:
Allen, Charles Curtis 1886-1950
Allen, Marion Boyd 1862-1941
Anderson, Stanley b. 1884
Ball, Alice Worthington d. 1929
Bittinger, Charles 1879-1970
Blumenschein, Ernest Leonard 1874-1960
Bosley, Frederick A. 1881-1942
Browne, Belmore 1880-1954
Burrage, Mildred Giddings 1890-1983
Carrington, Fitz Roy 1869-1954
Caser, Ettore 1880-1944
Cassidy, Gerald 1879-1934
Costigan, John Edward 1888-1972
Crawford, T. Hamilton (Thomas Hamilton) d. 1948
Davis, Charles H (Charles Harold) 1856-1933
De Voll, F. Usher 1873-1941
Enneking, Joseph Eliot
Fisher, Anna S. 1873?-1942
Fiske, Gertrude 1878-1961
Goodwin, Arthur Clifton 1866?-1929
Grant, Frederic M. 1886-1959
Hale, Lilian Westcott 1880-1963
Hardie, Martin 1875-1952
Harrison, Thomas Alexander 1853-1930
Henri, Robert 1865-1929
Hibbard, A. T (Aldro Thompson) 1886-1972
Higgins, Victor 1884-1949
Hind, C. Lewis (Charles Lewis) 1862-1927
Hoffman, Harry Leslie b. 1880
Hornby, Lester George 1882-1956
Howell, Felicie Waldo 1897-1968
Irvine, Wilson Henry 1869-1936
Jaques, Bertha E (Bertha Evelyn) b. 1863
Kappel, Philip
Keith, Elizabeth
King, Paul Bernard Sr. 1867-1947
Knighton-Hammond, Arthur Henry 1875-1970
Komroff, Elinor B (Elinor Barnard) 1872-1942
Lawless, Carl b. 1894
Levy, Bert 1871-1934
Little, Philip 1857-1942
Meyerowitz, William 1887-1981
Mulhaupt, Frederick J. 1871-1938
Murphy, Hermann Dudley 1867-1945
Nichols, Hobart 1869-1962
Oakley, Thornton 1881-1953
Pach, Walter 1883-1958
Pennell, Elizabeth Robins 1855-1936
Pepper, Charles Hovey 1864-1950
Poore, Henry Rankin 1859-1940
Roberts, Elizabeth Wentworth 1871-1927
Rosseau, Percival Leonard 1859-1937
Rotta, Antonio b. 1828
Rungius, Carl 1869-1959
Ryder, Chauncey F. 1868-1949
Saling, Paul E. 1876-1936
Seyffert, Leopold
Spencer, Robert 1879-1931
Symons, George Gardner 1861-1930
Tuttle, Henry Emerson 1890-1946
Vincent, Harry A. 1864-1931
Waugh, Frederick Judd 1861-1940
Williams, Frederick Ballard 1871-1956
Woodward, Stanley Wingate 1890-1970
Irving & Casson-A.H. Davenport Co
Casson Galleries
Physical description:
3.6 linear ft. (partially microfilmed on 3 reels)
Type:
Photographs
Collection descriptions
Place:
Massachusetts
Boston
Date:
1830
1830-1963
bulk 1915-1932
Topic:
Art galleries, Commercial
Art--Collectors and collecting
Artists
Editors
Art directors
Local number:
AAA D194-D196
AAA woodsidn
Notes:
Art critic and editor, Boston Post, Boston Herald, and Christian Science Montior; director, Casson Galleries, Irving & Casson's art gallery (Boston). Woodward also was a collected manuscripts relating to art and theater
Summary:
Correspondence; writings and lecture notes; scrapbooks; photographs; and clippings relating to Woodward's career as an art critic for the Christian Science Monitor and as director of the Casson Galleries
REELS D194-D196: Ca. 1,500 letters, 1830-1931, the bulk received by Woodward in his capacity as art critic of the Christian Science Monitor and as the director of the Casson Galleries. There are also many unrelated artists' letters collected by Woodward, among them several to autograph collector Ben W. Austin (1872-1895), a few to William Macbeth, one each from Thomas Sully (1836), Frederic Edwin Church (1857), Luigi Calamatta (1865), Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema (1877), Frederic Edwin Church (1857), Frederick Stuart Church (1885), John Singer Sargent, and other nineteenth century artists. Some of the Monitor correspondence is addressed to George S. Leonard, and some of the Casson Galleries to Mr. [Nathaniel] Vose. Also included are ca. 45 letters to Woodward from his brother Stanley
Artists represented with at least five letters include: Charles C. Allen, Marion B. Allen, Stanley Anderson, Alice W. Ball, Charles Bittinger, Ernest L. Blumenschein, Frederick A. Bosley, Belmore Browne, Mildred G. Burrage, Fitzroy Carrington, Ettore Caser, Ira D. G. Cassidy, John E. Costigan, T. Hamilton Crawford, Charles H. Davis, Frederick U. De Voll, Joseph E. Enneking, Anna S. Fisher, Gertrude Fiske, Arthur C. Goodwin, Frederic M. Grant, Lilian W. Hale, A. H. Knighton Hammond, Martin Hardie, Robert Henri, Aldro T. Hibbard, William V. Higgins, C. Lewis Hind (14 letters and 6 published art manuscripts, 91 pgs.), Harry L. Hoffman, Lester G. Hornby, Felicie W. Howell, Wilson H. Irvine, Bertha E. Jaques, Philip Kappel, Elizabeth Keith, Paul King, Elinor B. Komroff, Carl Lawless, Bert Levy, Philip Little, William Meyerowitz, Frederick J. Mulhaupt, Herman D. Murphy, Hobart Nichols, Thornton Oakley, Walter Pach, Elizabeth R. Pennell (13 manuscripts and 70 letters), Charles H. Pepper, Henry R. Poore, Elizabeth W. Roberts, Percival L. Rosseau, Carl C. M. Rungius, Chauncey F. Ryder, Paul E. Saling, Leopold G. Seyffert, Robert Spencer, George G. Symons, Henry E. Tuttle, Harry A. Vincent, Frederick J.Waugh, and Frederick B. Williams
REEL 439-440 AND SCANNED Two photographs, one of J.F. Bouchor and one of Johnnes Adam S. Oertel, both of which were previously microfilmed under Photos of Artists I and have subsequently been scanned and returned to the Woodward papers
UNMICROFILMED: Correspondence, 1910-1963, mainly letters from Woodward's brother, marine painter Stanley; writings and lecture notes; 2 personal photographs and reference photographs of paintings; 2 scrapbooks containing clippings of Woodward's "Art News and Comment" column from the THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR, 1920-1933; a scrapbook of reviews, exhibition catalogs and announcements from the Casson Galleries, 1922-1932; a scrapbook purchased by Woodward containing letters, autographs, photos, and reproductions from 78 artists, ca. 1900-1930, books on art; exhibition catalogs; and clippings. Also included are a photograph of Italian painter Antonio Rotta, ca. 1890, and one of Thomas Alexander Harrison, inadvertently not filmed on reel D196; they originally accompanied letters sent to autograph collector Ben Austin
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Sidney C. Woodward papers 1830-1963 [Woodward, Sidney C. 1890-1963]
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Staff of Office of Anthropology Oct 8 1965

Creator:
ANONYMOUS
Subject:
Knez, Eugene Irving 1916-
Woodbury, Richard Benjamin
Pelham, Willie Mae
Cooper, Dolores
Semple, Caroline I
Gibson, Gordon D (Gordon Davis) 1915-2007
Bakry, Marcia P
Penner, Rachel K
Glemser, Karlena M
Whitmore, Jeraldine M
Stirling, Matthew Williams 1896-1975
Stephenson, Robert Lloyd
Collins, Henry Bascom 1899-1987
Gibson, Bethune M
Haley, Eleanor
Morgan, Florence R
Shaw, Jesse S
Van Beek, Gus W (Gus Willard) 1922-
Lewis, G. Robert
Lewis, Anne M
Miller, Carl F
Meggers, Betty Jane
Swanson, Chang-Su
Margola, Angela M
Laughlin, Robert Moody 1934-
Blaker, Margaret Contant
Dodd, Edgar W
Andrews, Andreas Joseph d. 1992
Hustito, Alonzo Zuni
Flannery, Kent Vaughn
Metcalf, George 1900-1975
Jenkins, Robert C
Anderson, Evelyn F
Ewers, John Canfield
Crocker, William Henry 1924- anthropologist
Elder, Robert A
Ball, John F
Woodbury, Natalie Ferris Sampson
Evans, Clifford Jr
Riesenberg, Saul H
Schumacher, Edward G
Sturtevant, William C
Physical description:
1 8x10 in photograph
Type:
Photographs
Date:
1965
Oct 8 1965
Local number:
OPPS NEG MNH 1530
Summary:
Front row, left to right: Eugene I. Knez, Richard B. Woodbury, Willie Mae Pelham, Dolores Cooper, Caroline I. Semple, Gordon D. Gibson, Marcia P. Bakry, Rachel K. Penner. Row 2: Karlena M. Glemser, Jeraldine M. Whitmore, Matthew W. Stirling, Robert L. Stephenson, Henry B. Collins, Bethune Gibson, Eleanor Haley, Florence R. Morgan, Jesse S. Shaw. Row 3: Gus. W. Van Beek, G. Robert Lewis, Anne M. Lewis, Carl F. Miller, Betty J. Meggers (Evans), Chang-Su Swanson, Angela M. Margola, Robert M. Laughlin, Margaret C. Blaker. Row 4: Edgar W. Dodd, A. Joseph Andrews, Harold A. Huscher, Kent Flannery, George S. Metcalf, Robert C. Jenkins, Evelyn F. Anderson, John C. Ewers, William H. Crocker. Row 5: Robert A. Elder, John F. Ball, Nathalie F. Woodbury, Clifford Evans, Saul H. Riesenberg, Edward G. Schumacher, William C. Sturtevant
Cite as:
Negative MNH 1530, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
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Glass Negatives of Indians (Collected by the Bureau of American Ethnology) 1850s-1930s
Data Source:
National Anthropological Archives
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Staff of the former Bureau of American Ethnology Oct 8 1965

Creator:
ANONYMOUS
Subject:
Stirling, Matthew Williams 1896-1975
Shaw, Jesse S
Miller, Carl F
Penner, Rachel K
Anderson, Evelyn F
Stephenson, Robert Lloyd
Laughlin, Robert Moody 1934-
Glemser, Karlena M
Collins, Henry Bascom 1899-1987
Sturtevant, William C
Schumacher, Edward G
Hustito, Alonzo Zuni
Blaker, Margaret Contant
Morgan, Florence R
Physical description:
1 8x10 in photograph
Type:
Photographs
Date:
1965
Oct 8 1965
Local number:
OPPS NEG MNH 1530 B
Summary:
Front row, left to right: Matthew W. Stirling, Jessie S. Shaw, Carl F. Miller, Rachel K. Penner. Row 2: Evelyn F. Anderson, Robert L. Stephenson, Robert M. Laughlin, Karlena M. Glemser, Henry B. Collins. Row 3: William C. Sturtevant, Edward G. Schumacher, Harold A. Huscher, Margaret C. Blaker, Florence R. Morgan
Cite as:
Negative MNH 1530 B, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
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Women writers of the American West, 1833-1927 / Nina Baym

Author:
Baym, Nina
Physical description:
371 p. ; 25 cm
Type:
Bio-bibliography
Biography
Place:
West (U.S.)
Date:
2011
C2011
Topic:
American literature--History and criticism
American literature
Women authors, American
In literature
Contents:
The West as a woman writer's subject -- Texas and Oklahoma -- The Pacific Northwest -- Upper California and Nevada -- Utah -- Colorado -- The Great Plains -- The High Plains -- Southern California and Nevada -- The Southwest -- On the trail, on the road -- The authors
Annie Heloise Abel (later Henderson) -- Emma H. Adams -- Ednah Robinson Aiken -- Bess Streeter Aldrich -- Emma S(arah) Allen -- Margaret V. Allen -- Ada Woodruff Anderson -- Mabel Washbourne Anderson -- Kate Adele Aplington -- Anna E. Arnold -- Gertrude Franklin Horne Atherton -- Mary Hunter Austin -- Mae Lacy Baggs -- Alice Ward Bailey -- Margaret Jewett Bailey -- Mary E. Bamford -- Helen Elliott Bandini -- Anna Maynard Barbour -- Nettie Garmer Barker -- Josephine Barnaby -- Amelia Barr -- Dolly Bryant Bates (Mrs. D. B.) -- Josephine White Bates -- Delilah L. Beasley -- Ellen McGowan Biddle -- Sarah Bixby-Smith -- Mary Elizabeth (McGrath) Blake -- Nellie Blessing-Eyster -- Geraldine Bonner -- Bertha Muzzie Bower (B. M. Bower and occasionally, later, B. M. Sinclair) -- Frances Anne Mullen Boyd -- Kate Boyles (later Bingham) -- Therese Broderick -- Elizabeth Brooks -- Clara Ellis Spalding Brown -- Jane W. Bruner -- Emma F(rances) Jay Bullene -- Marianna Burgess -- Katharine Newlin Burt -- S(ophia) Alice Callahan -- Sarah E. Carmichael -- Sarah Pratt Carr -- Frances C. (Grummond) Carrington -- Margaret I. Carrington -- Willa Cather -- Jane McManus Storms Cazneau -- Katherine Chandler -- Catharine Hopkins Chapman -- Mary Ellen Chase -- Lydia Maria Child -- Caroline N. Churchill -- Esther M. Clark (later Hill) -- Susie C(hampney) Clark -- Kate M. Cleary -- Mabel Goodwin Cleland -- Bertha Browning Barnes Cobb -- Alice Rollit Coe -- Septima Maria Levy Collis -- Miriam Davis Colt -- Sarah Comstock -- Mary Cone -- Belle W. Cooke -- Grace MacGowan Cooke -- Ina Coolbirth -- Mary Roberts Coolidge -- Amelia Sheffield Peckham Cordry -- Hannah Last Cornaby -- Isabel Crawford -- Augusta Joyce Crocheron -- (Mattie) Ruth Cross -- Sarah J. Cummins -- Maud Cuney-Hare -- Emma Ghent Curtis -- Natalie Curtis -- Elizabeth Bacon Custer -- Katie Litty Daffan -- Mary Stewart Daggett -- Caroline Healey Dall -- Esther Birdsall Darling -- Mary (Mollie) Evelyn Moore (M. E. M.) Davis -- Emma Frances Dawson -- Sara Dean -- Elizabeth Willis DeHuff -- Elizabeth Dejeans -- Emily Inez Denny -- Adina DeZavala -- Luella Dickenson -- Annie L. (La Porte) Diggs -- Winifred Hawkridge Dixon -- Ethel Dorrance -- Amanda Douglas -- Mary Osborn Douthit -- Clara Driscoll -- Constance Goddard Du Bois -- Abigail Scott Duniway -- Eva Emery Dye -- Ida Casey Dryer (Mrs. D. B.) -- Edith Maud Eaton (Sui Sin Far) -- Rachel Caroline Eaton -- Rose L. Ellerbe -- Maud Howe Elliot -- Mary Katharine Jackson English -- Alma Estabrook -- Eliza Farnham -- Elizabeth Cornelia Woodcock (Mrs. B. G.) Ferris -- Mary C. Ferris -- Alice C. Fletcher -- Mary Hallock Foote -- Harrie Rebecca Piper Smith Forbes (Mrs. Armitage S. C.) -- Emma E. C. (Elizabeth Calderhead) Forter -- Caroline H. W. (Holcombe Wright) Foster -- Ruth May Fox -- Jessie Benton Fremont -- Jennie Anderson Froiseth -- Jennet Blakeslee Frost -- Anna Fuller -- Emeline L. Fuller -- Frances I. Sims Fulton -- Eleanor Gates -- Susa Young Gates -- Marianne Gauss -- Charlotte Perkins Gilman -- Stella Gilman -- Effie Price Gladding -- Mary W(illis) Glascock -- S. Anna Gordon -- Effie Graham -- Margaret Collier Graham -- Blanche Chloe Grant -- Annie Maria Green -- Irene Welch Grissom -- Helen Elizabeth Haines -- Josie Briggs hall -- Sharlot Mabridge Hall -- Mina Dean Halsey -- Datherine B. Hamill -- Alice Harriman -- Mattie Austin Hatcher -- Mary Jane Hayden -- Grace Raymond Hebard -- Mary Sherwood Wightman Helm -- Alice Corbin Henderson -- Sarah Raymond Herndon -- Charlotte Bronte Herr -- Elizabeth Higgins -- Ella Higginson -- Alice Polk Hill -- Emma Shepard Hill -- Grace Livingston Hill (later, for a while, Lutz) -- Abbie B. (Rich) Hillerman -- Mary E. Hitchcock -- Frances Chamberlain Holley -- Mary Austin Holley -- Forrestine Cooper Hooker -- Lucile Hooper -- Alice Merrill Horne -- Eliza P. Houghton -- Mary W. Hudson -- Ann Eugenia Hughes -- Mary A. Vance Humphrey -- May Arkwright Hutton -- Sara White isaman -- Ellen E. Jack -- Helen Hunt Jackson -- Mary E. Jackson -- Annie Fellows Johnston -- Katharine Berry Judson -- Phoebe Goodall Judson -- Elizabeth Wood Kane -- Fanny Kelly -- Florence Finch Kelly -- Hannah Tapfield King -- Adeline Knapp -- Frances Knapp -- Jessie Juliet Knox -- Lydia Spencer Lane -- Rose Wilder Lane -- Sarah L. Larimer -- A(gnes) C. Laut -- Caroline C. Leighton -- Miriam Follin Leslie -- Sara Jane Clarke Lippincott -- Caroline Lockhart -- Mae Van Norman Long -- Maria S. Lopez de Cummings -- Elizabeth Laughlin Lord -- Flora Haines Loughead -- Hattie Horner Louthan -- Margaret Lynn -- Alice MacGowan -- Pauline Bradford Mackie (later Hopkins) -- Mary MacLane -- Florence Lee Mallinson -- Caroline (Carrie) Louise Marshall -- Cora Marsland -- Grace Sartwell Mason -- Beatrice Larned Massey -- Amanda Chase Matthews -- Mary Katherine Maule -- Mary A. Maverick -- Celeste Ball May -- Florence Land May -- Kate McBeth -- Margaret Hill McCarter -- Virginia Donaghe McClurg -- Josephine Clifford McCrackin -- Frances McElrath -- Marie L. McLaughlin -- Grace E. Meredith -- Florence A. Merriam (later Bailey) -- Janie Chase Michaels -- Miriam Michelson -- Ella Sterling Cummins Michels -- Olive Thorne Miller -- Ruth Comfort Mitchell -- Anne Shannon Monroe -- Sallie B. Morgan -- Harriet C. Morse -- Mourning Dove (Christine Quintasket) -- Dell H. Munger -- Lois Lovina Abbott Murray -- Fannie E. Newberry -- Emma Mersereau Newton -- Kathleen Norris -- Grace May North -- Mary Myers North -- Aileen (O'Bryan) Nusbaum -- Mary Hamilton O'Connor -- Sarah Emilia Olden -- Cora Miranda Baggersly (Mrs. Fremont) Older -- Kate Alma Orgain -- Gwendolen Overton -- Narcissa Owen -- Bethenia Owens-Adair -- Cornelia (Mrs. Alonzo G.) Paddock -- Elizabeth M. Page -- Frances Parker -- Elsie Clews Parsons -- Elia Wilkinson Peattie -- Anna J. Hardwicke Pennybacker -- Edna Brush Perkins -- Eleanor Hodgman Porter -- Lavinia Honeyman Porter -- Rebecca N(ewman) Porter -- Emily Price Post -- Alice Day Pratt -- Melinda Rankin -- Emma J. Ray -- Evelyn Hunt Raymond -- Clarice E. Richards -- Louisa (Lula) Greene Richards -- Mary Roberts Rinehart -- Sara T. L. Robinson -- Frances M(arie) A(ntoinette) Roe -- Vingie E. (Eve) Roe -- Aurelia Spencer Rogers -- Alice Wellington Rollins -- Hannah Anderson Ropes -- Mary Jane Ross -- Maria Amparo Ruiz de Burton -- Florence Kimball Russel -- Marah Ellis Ryan -- Kate Sanborn -- Helen Fitzgerald Sanders -- Mary P. Sawtelle -- Dorothy Scarborough -- Eliza Ruhamah Scidmore -- Mary Datrine (Mrs. William T.) Sedgwick -- Grace Gallatin Seton-Thompson -- Katharine Sharp -- Luella Shaw -- Alice Jack (Dolan) Shipman (Mrs. O. L.) -- Constance Lindsay Skinner -- Alice Prescott Smith -- Launa M(aria) Smith -- Eliza Roxcy Snow -- E. D. E. N. (Emma Dorothy Eliza Nevitte) Southworth -- Phebe Estelle Spalding -- Dorcas James Spencer -- Josephine Spencer -- Mallie Stafford -- Patience Stapleton -- Fanny (Mrs. T.B.) Stenhouse -- Ann Sophia Stephens -- Louise Gregg Stephens -- Matilda Coxe Stevenson -- Elinore Pruitt Stewart -- Mary E. 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