Henry Browne Blackwell: Diaries

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Enthusiastic reformer Henry Browne Blackwell corresponded with many of the leaders in both the women’s rights and the abolition movements as well as many of his Blackwell family members, including his sisters in the medical profession, Elizabeth Blackwell and Emily Blackwell. Henry supported the women’s suffrage movement by founding the American Woman Suffrage Association with his wife, Lucy Stone, and others. His papers also include extensive financial records as well as autobiographical sketches. Handwritten autobiographical material is accompanied by transcripts made by his only daughter, Alice Stone Blackwell.

The Henry Browne Blackwell diaries include one diary from 1845-1846, when he was nineteen and twenty years old, and a fragment from 1896.

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