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Women's History Sources: A Guide: Index of Personal and Corporate Names

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This index is alphabetized word by word and not letter by letter (e.g., "Douglass, Mabel Smith," is filed before "Douglass College"; "New York (N.Y.)" is filed before "Newark (N.J.)"; and "New Jersey. Division on Aging" is filed before "New Jersey College for Women"). Names appearing in the index in bold represent the principal creators of the manuscripts described in the guide. They correspond to the headings by which the collections appearing in the guide are filed. Names of women and organizations not appearing here in bold are represented in the guide entries in some other capacity, including as the creator of only a part of the materials described or as a subject. Names which are represented in more than one collection are listed only once in this index, followed by numerical links to descriptions of the first, second and (sometimes) third or fourth collection to which they pertain. Names of corporate bodies are those used during the time period represented in the papers or records (and, hence, not necessarily a current name); if the corporate body had several names during the period represented in a collection, all of the names have been indexed.


























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