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In Her Own Right is a project executed by members of the Philadelphia Area Consortium of Special Collections Libraries (PACSCL), with funding from the National Endowment of the Humanities (NEH) and the Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR). This collection contains digitized items from the Friends Historical Library of Swarthmore College, Swarthmore College Peace Collection, Bryn Mawr College Special Collections, and Haverford College Quaker & Special Collections that illuminate women's efforts to assert their rights and work for the rights of others in a variety of spheres in the century leading up to the ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment. Visit http://inherownright.org to view additional collections from other PACSCL libraries.

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Julia Wilbur "Centennial" diary, 1876
Susanna F. Sharpless letter to Susanna Sharpless
Annual report of the Female Society of Philadelphia for the Relief and Employment of the Poor
Annual report of the Female Society of Philadelphia for the Relief and Employment of the Poor
Ellen Akin letter to the Female Society of Philadelphia for the Relief and Employment of the Poor
House of Industry rules and regulations typescript
Julia Wilbur pocket diary, 1872
Annual report of the Female Society of Philadelphia for the Relief and Employment of the Poor
Susanna F. Sharpless letter to her children
Julia Wilbur "Centennial" diary, 1878
Annual report of the Female Society of Philadelphia for the Relief and Employment of the Poor
Susanna F. Sharpless letter to her children
House of Industry photographs
Annual report of the Female Society of Philadelphia for the Relief and Employment of the Poor
Adjudication and distribution of George B. Wood's estate
Ann Sharpless letter to Susanna Sharpless
Female Society of Philadelphia for the Relief and Employment of the Poor receipt
Letter from Sarah Mapps Douglass to Rebecca White 1876 march 27
Annual report of the Female Society of Philadelphia for the Relief and Employment of the Poor
Julia Wilbur "Excelsior" diary, 1881

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