Branson-Jackson Family Papers

This collection consists primarily of the correspondence, journals, and memorabilia of Anna Margaret (Davis) Jackson (1848-1920) and her daughter, Anna Morris (Jackson) Branson Theiss (1881-1960), Quaker activists in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. It also includes related materials of the Davis, Price, Jackson, and Fox families as well as some correspondence of William M. Jackson and memorabilia of Anna Florence (Branson) Boardman, and Myron Lewis Boardman. There are significant materials relating to prison reform, women's suffrage, peace, and equal rights for black Americans in New York City in the late 19th century, Quaker activities throughout the period, the Schofield Normal and Industrial School in the late 19th century, and Swarthmore College in the 1890's and 1930's. 

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Women's Prison Reform Committee police station visitation report
Women's Prison Reform Committee record book
Alice L. Woodbridge letter to Anna M. Jackson
Charlton T. Lewis letter to Anna M. Jackson
David H. Davis letter to his daughters
E.H. Crosby letter to Mrs. Lowell
Dudley Buck autograph
Hugh Foulke letter to Anna M. Jackson
Mary E. Hervey
Martha Schofield letter to Anna M. Jackson
Martha Schofield letter to Anna M. Jackson
M. Louise Thomas letter to Anna M. Jackson
Martha Schofield letter to Anna M. Jackson
Margaret Chanler Aldrich letter to Anna M. Jackson
Booker T. Washington letter to Anna M. Jackson
Abby Hopper Gibbons letter to Samuel B. Haines
Aaron M. Powell letter to Anna M. Jackson
Anna M. Jackson day calendar
Armayis P. Vartooguian letter to Anna M. Jackson
Belle de Rivera letter to Anna M. Jackson

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