The Jean M. Ward Collection, 1870-2015

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Ward, Jean M.
Title
The Jean M. Ward Collection
Dates
1870-2015 (inclusive)
Quantity
13 box, (20 cubic feet)
Collection Number
OLPb160WAR
Summary
Collected research material from Jean M. Ward, Lewis & Clark College professor emerita of Communication, and founder of the Gender Studies program. The collection includes material relating to her work on Abigail Scott Duniway and Women in the Northwest.
Repository
Lewis & Clark College, Special Collections and Archives
Lewis & Clark College Special Collections and Archives
Aubrey R. Watzek Library
0615 SW Palatine Hill Rd.
Portland, OR
97219
Telephone: 5037687758
Fax: 5037687282
archives@lclark.edu
Access Restrictions

This collection has no restrictions and is open for research.

Languages
English

Biographical NoteReturn to Top

Jean M. Ward came to Lewis & Clark College in 1964 to coach speech and debate, and retired in 2006 as professor emerita of Communication, and founder of the Gender Studies program which she directed for 16 years. Ward co-authored two books on women: "Yours for Liberty", a compilation of selections from the Abigale Scott Duniway newspaper "The New Northwest"; and "Pacific Northwest Women, 1815-1925".

Abigail Scott Duniway was born in Illinois in 1836. In 1852, she crossed the country to Oregon in a wagon train, which resulted in the loss of her mother and a baby brother. In 1853 she married Benjamin Duniway, and they had six children. In 1859 Abigail Scott Duniway wrote the first novel to be commercially published in Oregon, which was entitled Captain Gray’s Company, or Crossing the Plains and Living in Oregon. After they lost their farm in Yamhill County and Benjamin Duniway was permanently injured in an accident, Abigail Scott Duniway supported the family as a teacher and milliner. In 1871, the Duniway family moved to Portland, Oregon where Abigail Scott Duniway began publishing her suffrage newspaper, The New Northwest, which ran until 1887. During this time she campaigned for women’s suffrage throughout the northwest. In 1912, Oregon allowed women to vote, and Abigail Scott Duniway was the first woman in the state registered to vote. She died three years later, in 1915.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

Series 1 contains general biographical information on Abigail Scott Duniway, as well as correspondence between Jean Ward and others about Abigail Scott Duniway, and transcriptions of Duniway’s speeches.

Series 2 contains copies of Abigail Scott Duniway’s correspondence. Most of the letters are written to her son, Clyde Duniway, between 1890 and 1915, as well as some miscellaneous suffrage-related correspondence.

Series 3 contains Jean Ward’s notes on Abigail Scott Duniway’s fiction. In addition to her commercially published books, Duniway wrote 18 novels to be were serialized in The New Northwest, and three in The Pacific Empire. This box also contains Duniway’s overland diary, and the manuscript of her novel Margaret Rudson.

Series 4 contains alphabetized files on topics pertaining to Jean Ward’s research, including minorities in the Pacific Northwest, women’s rights, and Oregon history.

Series 5 contains alphabetized files on individuals. Many of these files consist of research notes for Pacific Northwest Women, 1815-1925. Box 7 also contains research papers written by Jean Ward.

Series 6 contains materials pertaining to the Wilderness Women Project of 1978, of which Jean Ward was a part. In addition, it contains several drafts of a paper by Jean Ward on the relationship between Abigail Scott Duniway and Susan B. Anthony. This box also includes a draft of “Yours for Liberty.”

Series 7 contains transcriptions of letters and articles from The New Northwest, which were used or considered for use in “Yours for Liberty.”

Series 8, boxes 10 and 11 contain photographs. Box 10 contains copied photographs of Abigail Scott Duniway and her family. It also contains research images of other women used in Pacific Northwest Women, 1815-1925. Box 11 contains images of historically significant women, not limited to the Pacific Northwest or the 19th century.

Series 9, boxes 12 and 13 contain a full printed set of the New Northwest microfilm collection.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

Permission to publish, exhibit, broadcast, or quote from materials in the Watzek Library Archives & Special Collections requires written permission of the Head of Archives & Special Collections.

Preferred Citation

The Jean M. Ward Collection (OLPb160WAR), Lewis & Clark College Aubrey Watzek Library Archives & Special Collections, Portland, Oregon.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top

Arrangement

Arranged in series, grouped by genre.

Location of Collection

Special Collections

Acquisition Information

Donated by Jean M. Ward in 2015.

Processing Note

Processed in 2015.

Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

The following section contains a detailed listing of the materials in the collection.

Research materials on Abigail Scott Duniway by Jean Ward.Return to Top

Container(s): Box

General biographical information on Abigail Scott Duniway, as well as correspondence between Jean Ward and others about Abigail Scott Duniway. Transcriptions of Duniway’s speeches.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
1.1
Chronology for A.S.D. (Abigail Scott Duniway)
undated
1.2
A.S.D. Biography
undated
1.3
A.S.D. Speaking: Master List of Speeches Given
undated
1.4
Master List of Novels, Short Fiction, etc.
undated
1.5
A.S.D. Articles and Speeches
undated
1.6
Scholarship: Communications Related to A.S.D. Research
undated
1.7
Family of A.S. Duniway
undated
1.8
Letters Regarding Death of Family
1852-1862
1.9
A.S.D. and Family
undated
1.10
Harvey W. Scott
undated
1.11
A.S.D. Biographical Notes
undated
1.12
A.S.D. Bibliographical Materials
undated
1.13
A.S.D. Article and Sample Research Materials
1977
1.14
Books of A.S. Duniway
undated
1.15
Clyde Duniway: "My Memories of Abigail Scott Duniway"
1929
1.16
Interview Notes: David Duniway (by Jean Ward)
March, 1974
1.17
David Duniway Correspondence with Jean Ward
1973-1989
1.18
Death of A.S.D. (clippings and letters)
1915
1.19
Kessler, Lauren (on A.S.D.)
undated
1.20
Lake, R. Article (on A.S.D. speaking)
undated
1.21
Larson, T.A. (articles)
undated
1.22
Eily Pitts Stevens, San Francisco Pioneer
undated
1.23
Pacific Empire
undated
1.24
Newspapers (Oregon) on Suffrage
undated
1.25
Oregon Campaigns (Miscellaneous)
undated
1.26
Anti-Suffrage
undated
1.27
A.S.D. Contemporary Clippings
undated
1.28
Portraits of A.S.D.
undated
1.29
Poetry of A.S. Duniway
undated
1.30
"My Musings" by A.S.D.
1875
1.31
"The Coming Century"
1891
1.32
Writing: Comments by A.S.D.
undated
1.33
A.S.D. Radio Scripts
1951
1.34
Songs by A.S.D.
undated
1.35
Quotes: A.S.D.
undated
1.36
Political Meetings for A.S.D.
1871
1.37
Prohibition and A.S.D.
undated
1.38
Psychic Interests of A.S.D.
undated
1.39
Suffrage Conventions
undated
1.40
Speaking Advertisements, A.S.D.
undated
1.41
Clippings on A.S.D. Speaking
undated
1.42
"Eminent Women I Have Met"
1900
1.43
"Women in Journalism"
undated
1.44
"Constitutional Liberty" (address to Illinois State Legislature)
1877
1.45
Centennial Exposition, Philadelphia
1876
1.46
Address to NWSA, Washington D.C.
1884
1.47
"Temperate Temperance"
1886
1.48
"The Pacific Northwest," Columbian Exposition, Chicago
1893
1.49
Address to Equal Suffrage Association
1893
1.50
Address for "Admission Day"
1898
1.51
Address to OSESA
1899
1.52
Address to NAWSA, Washington D.C.
1900
1.53
Address to Women's Club
1902
1.54
NAWSA Convention and Lewis & Clark Exposition
1905
1.55
Address to OSESA
1906
1.56
Notes on Suffrage Day, Willamette Valey Chuatauqua
1906
1.57
Address to Bible Spiritualists
1906
1.58
NWSA Manuscript
1906
1.59
Debate on "Men Gossip More than Women"
1907
1.60
Address to Bible Spiritualists, "The Power of Thought"
1907
1.61
Address to Oregon Nurse's Association
1907
1.62
Address to OSESA
1907
1.63
Address to Chautauqua (Willamette Valley Assembly)
1908
1.64
Address to OSESA
1909
1.65
Comments at Suffrage Banquet
1912
1.66
Address to State Fed. Of Clubs
1913
1.67
"Home and Mother" Address to Federation of Labor
1914
1.68
Address to Progressive Party
1914
1.69
Article or Speech
October, 1914

Abigail Scott Duniway correspondence.Return to Top

Container(s): Box-Folder Box-Folder

Contains copies of Abigail Scott Duniway’s correspondence. Most of the letters are written to her son, Clyde Duniway, between 1890 and 1915, as well as some miscellaneous suffrage-related correspondence.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
2.1
Notes from A.S.D. Letters
undated
2.2
Notes from A.S.D.'s Sons' Letters
undated
2.3
A.S.D. Suffrage Correspondence
1870-1912
2.4
A.S.D Early Family Letters
1852-1862
2.5
A.S.D. to C.D. (Clyde Duniway)
1890-1892
2.6
A.S.D. to C.D.
1893
2.7
A.S.D. to C.D.
1894
2.8
A.S.D. to C.D.
1894
2.9
A.S.D. to C.D.
1895
2.10
A.S.D. to C.D.
1896
2.11
A.S.D. to C.D.
1897
2.12
A.S.D. to C.D.
1898
2.13
A.S.D. to C.D.
1899
2.14
A.S.D. to C.D.
1900
2.15
A.S.D. to C.D.
1901
2.16
A.S.D. to C.D.
1902
2.17
A.S.D. to C.D.
1903
2.18
A.S.D. to C.D.
1904
2.19
A.S.D. to C.D.
1905
2.20
A.S.D. to C.D.
1907
2.21
A.S.D. to C.D.
1908
2.22
A.S.D. to C.D.
1908
2.23
A.S.D. to C.D.
1909
2.24
A.S.D. to C.D.
1910
2.25
A.S.D. to C.D.
1911
2.26
A.S.D. to C.D.
1912
2.27
A.S.D. to C.D.
1913
2.28
A.S.D. to C.D.
1914
2.29
A.S.D. to C.D.
1915
2.30
A.S.D. to Caroline C. Duniway
1900-1901
2.31
A.S.D. to Caroline C. Duniway
1915

Notes on Abigail Scott Duniway fictionReturn to Top

Container(s): Box-Folder

Contains Jean Ward’s notes on Abigail Scott Duniway’s fiction. In addition to her commercially published books, Duniway wrote 18 novels to be were serialized in The New Northwest, and three in The Pacific Empire. This box also contains Duniway’s overland diary, and the manuscript of her novel Margaret Rudson.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
3.1
New Northwest Correspondence, Re. Novels
undated
3.2
Others on A.S.D. and Novels
undated
3.3
A.S.D. Themes
undated
3.4
A.S.D.'s Overland Diary
1852
3.5
Judith Reid Notes
undated
3.6
Ellen Dowd Notes
undated
3.7
Amie and Henry Lee Notes
undated
3.8
The Happy Home Notes
undated
3.9
The Happy Home Papers
1980s
3.10
Captain Gray's Company Notes
undated
3.11
One Woman's Sphere Notes
undated
3.12
Madge Morrison, the Molalla Maid and Matron Notes
undated
3.13
Edna and John Notes
undated
3.14
Martha Marblehead Notes
undated
3.15
Her Lot (Ethel Graeme's Destiny) Notes
undated
3.16
Fact, Fate, and Fancy Notes
undated
3.17
Mrs. Hardine's Will Notes
undated
3.18
The Mystery of Castle Rock Notes
undated
3.19
Judge Dunsow's Secret Notes
undated
3.20
Laban McShane Notes
undated
3.21
Dux: A Maiden Who Dared Notes
undated
3.22
Dux: A Maiden Who Dared, Bill Slimmer's Widow, Fairy Queen's Husband, Judo and John Mundane
1880-1886
3.23
The DeLauncy Curse Notes
undated
3.24
Blanche le Clerq Notes
undated
3.25
Shack-Locks Notes and Copy of Story
1895-1896
3.26
Bijah's Surprises (Margaret Rudson) Notes
undated
3.27
Margaret Rudson/Bijah's Surprises
1896
3.28
The Old and the New Notes and Copy of Story
1897
3.29
From the West to the West Notes
undated
3.30
David and Anna Matson Notes
undated
3.31
Margaret Rudson Copy of Manuscript
undated

Jean Ward topical research notes.Return to Top

Container(s): Box-Folder

Contains alphabetized files on topics pertaining to Jean Ward’s research, including minorities in the Pacific Northwest, women’s rights, and Oregon history.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
4.1
Authors, Pacific Northwest
undated
4.2
Black Women
undated
4.3
Black Women Orators
undated
4.4
Blacks Pacific Northwest
undated
4.5
Chautauqua
undated
4.6
Chicano Movement and Role of Women
undated
4.7
Contemporary Theory
undated
4.8
Correspondence: Misc. Re. Research
undated
4.9
The Cult of True Womanhood
undated
4.10
Domestic Violence
undated
4.11
Education
undated
4.12
Labor Reform
undated
4.13
Language and Women
undated
4.14
National Organization for Women (N.O.W.)
undated
4.15
National Woman's Part
undated
4.16
Newspaper Women
undated
4.17
Old Papers
undated
4.18
Oregon History
undated
4.19
Oregon Literature and Press
undated
4.20
Pacific Northwest Indians
undated
4.21
Portland
undated
4.22
Portland, Misc. Articles
undated
4.23
Prescriptions and Experiences
undated
4.24
Prostitution
undated
4.25
Quakers
undated
4.26
School Addresses 1792, 1793
1792-1793
4.27
Semiotics, Bahktin
undated
4.28
Sisters of Notre Dame
undated
4.29
Speakers, 19th Century
undated
4.30
Suffrage
undated
4.31
Temperance
undated
4.32
Theory, Notes: Pacific Northwest Women
undated
4.33
Whitman Massacre Accounts
undated
4.34
Women's History Chronology
undated
4.35
Women Orators
undated
4.36
Women Outside the Law
undated
4.37
Women's Rights Convention 1848: Seneca Falls and Rochester, NY
1848
4.38
Women's Rights Convention 1852: West Chester, PA
1852
4.39
Women Speakers
undated
4.40
Women, Misc.
undated
4.41
Women and Pacific Northwest Sources
undated
4.42
WPA and Lockley, Oral Histories
undated

Research notes for Pacific Northwest Women.Return to Top

Container(s): Box-Folder

Contain alphabetized files on individuals. Many of these files consist of research notes for Pacific Northwest Women, 1815-1925. Box 7 also contains research papers written by Jean Ward..

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
5.1
Abbott, Marian Redington
undated
5.2
Anderson, Ada Woodruff
undated
5.3
Anthony, Susan B.
undated
5.4
Applegate, Alice Peil
undated
5.5
Atwood, Margaret
undated
5.6
Baym
undated
5.7
Beecher Family
undated
5.8
Beecher, Catharine
undated
5.9
Beecher, Henry Ward
undated
5.10
Bethune, Mary McLeod
undated
5.11
Blackwell family
undated
5.12
Blackwell, Antoinette Brown
undated
5.13
Blackwell, Elizabeth
undated
5.14
Blair, Emily Newell
undated
5.15
Blatch, Harriot Stanton
undated
5.16
Brooks, Virginia
undated
5.17
Brown, Hallie Quinn
undated
5.18
Butler, America E. Rollins
undated
5.19
Cannady, Beatrice Morrow
undated
5.20
Catt, Carrie Chapman
undated
5.21
Cayton, Susie Sumner Revels
undated
5.22
Cooke, Belle W.
undated
5.23
Cooper, Anna J.
undated
5.24
Collins, Martha Gilliam
undated
5.25
Contantia (Judith S. Murray)
undated
5.26
Cummins, Sarah J.
undated
5.27
Davies, Mary Carolyn
undated
5.28
Denny, Emily Inez
undated
5.29
Dickinson, Charlotte Humphrey
undated
5.30
Douglass, Frederick
undated
5.31
Duniway, Abigail Scott
undated
5.32
Dye, Eva Emery
undated
5.33
Ede, Susanna McFarland
undated
5.34
Engels, Friedrich
undated
5.35
Equi, Marie
undated
5.36
Far, Sui Sin (Edith Maud Eaton)
undated
5.37
Foote, Mary Hallock
undated
5.37.5
Friedan, Betty
undated
5.38
Fuller, Emmeline L.
undated
5.39
Fuller, Margaret
undated
5.40
Gage, Frances D.
undated
5.41
Garrison, William Lloyd
undated
5.42
Gilman, Charlotte Perkins
undated
5.43
Goldman, Emma
undated
5.44
Graves, A.J. (Mrs.)
undated
5.45
Greeley, Horace
undated
5.46
Grimke, Angelina and Sarah
undated
5.47
Hale, Sarah J.
undated
5.48
Hall, Hazel
undated
5.49
Hargreaves, Sheba
undated
5.50
Harper, Frances Ellen Watkins
undated
5.51
Harriman, Alice
undated
5.52
Helm, Elizabeth Sager
undated
5.53
Higginson, Ella Rhoads
undated
5.54
Hood, Thomas
undated
5.55
Holly, Sallie
undated
5.56
Howard, (Mrs.) Victoria
undated
5.57
Howe, Julia Ward
undated
5.58
Hutchinson, Anne
undated
5.59
Hutton, May Arkwright
undated
5.60
Johnson, Amanda
undated
5.61
Jordan, Barbara
undated
5.62
Joseph, Mother (Esther Pariseau)
undated
5.63
Judson, Phoebe Goodell
undated
5.64
Kelley, Abby
undated
5.65
Ketcham, Rebecca
undated
5.66
Lee, Anna Maria Pittman
undated
5.67
Leighton, Caroline C.
undated
5.68
Limerick, Patricia Nelson
undated
5.69
Lindsay, Batterman
undated
5.70
Lockhart, Esther M. Selover
undated
5.71
Lockwood, Belva
undated
5.72
Lord, Elizabeth
undated
5.73
Lovejoy, Esther Clayson Pohl
undated
5.74
Luce, Clare Booth
undated
6.1
Mantle, Beatrice
undated
6.2
Mill, John Stuart
undated
6.3
Monroe, Anne Shannon
undated
6.4
Morris, Anna van Rensselaer
undated
6.5
Morris, Anna van Rensselaer (The Apple Woman of the Klickitat)
1918
6.6
Morris, Catherine Thomas
undated
6.7
Mott, Lucretia
undated
6.8
Mourning Dove (Humishuma)
undated
6.9
Nichols, Mary Gove
undated
6.10
Ovington, Mary White
undated
6.11
Papashuily, Helen Waite
undated
6.12
Parkhurst, Emmeline
undated
6.13
Peterson, Annie Miner
undated
6.14
Phillips, Wendell
undated
6.15
Pratt, Alice Day
undated
6.16
Putnam, Rozelle Applegate
undated
6.17
Randleman, Mary MacNamara
1959
6.18
Ray, Emma J.
undated
6.19
Remond, Sarah Parker
undated
6.20
Rose, Ernestine L.
undated
6.21
Sanger, Margaret
undated
6.22
Shaw, Anna Howard
undated
6.23
Smith, Sarah T.
1838
6.24
Spalding, Eliza Hart
undated
6.25
Stanton, Elizabeth Cady
undated
6.26
Stephens, Louise G.
undated
6.27
Stewart, Maria W.
undated
6.28
Stone, Lucy
undated
6.29
Stowe, Harriet Beecher
undated
6.30
Taylor, Lydia
1913
6.31
Terrell, Mary Church
undated
6.32
Truth, Sojourner
undated
6.33
Truth, Sojourner
undated
6.34
Truth, Sojourner (Narrative of Sojourner Truth)
1853
6.35
Truth, Sojourner (Narrative of Sojourner Truth)
1878
6.36
Turner, Frederick
undated
6.37
Van Etten, Ida
undated
6.38
Victor, Frances Fuller
undated
6.39
Victor, Frances Fuller (The New Penelope)
1877
7.1
Warren, Eliza Spalding
undated
7.2
Watts, Mary Collins
1922
7.3
Wells-Barnett, Ida
undated
7.4
West, Leoti L.
undated
7.5
Whiteley, Opal
undated
7.6
Whitman, Narcissa Prentiss
undated
7.7
Wlcoxson, Lizzie G.
1899
7.8
Willard, Emma
1819
7.9
Willard, Frances
undated
7.10
Williams, Fannie Barrier
undated
7.11
Winnemucca, Sarah
undated
7.12
Wollstonecraft, Mary
undated
7.13
Woodhull, Victoria
undated
7.14
Wright, Frances
undated
7.15
Wynecoop, Nancy Perkins
undated
7.16
Wynecoop, Nancy and Clark, Nettie (In the Stream)
undated
7.17
Stowe/Truth papers
February-May, 1986
7.18
"Women as Kin-Keepers" papers
August 1986-June 1988
7.19
The Sheltered Life paper
November 17, 1986
7.20
Electra paper
November 9, 1987
7.21
Temperance Crusade paper
December 9, 1987
7.22
Weaver paper
December 10, 1987
7.23
Duniway papers
December, 1987-June, 1988
7.24
Gender/Communication papers
February-March, 1988
7.25
Graceland paper
May 5, 1988
7.26
Atwood paper
May 17, 1988
7.27
The Total Woman paper
May 26, 1988
7.28
Autism paper
November 4, 1988
7.29
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland paper
November 17, 1988
7.30
Judith Reid paper
December 8, 1988
7.31
Prospectus
February 25, 1989
7.32
Hale, Howe, and Gilman paper
undated
7.33
Misc. papers: on Feminism, Communication/Phetoric
August, 1988

Wilderness Women Project.Return to Top

Container(s): Box-Folder

Contains materials pertaining to the Wilderness Women Project of 1978, of which Jean Ward was a part. In addition, it contains several drafts of a paper by Jean Ward on the relationship between Abigail Scott Duniway and Susan B. Anthony. This box also includes a draft of “Yours for Liberty.”

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
8.1
Papers published by the Northwest Center for Research on Women
1982
8.2
Jean Ward's Notebook
undated
8.3
Research Wilderness Women Project
1978
8.4
Research Project: Wilderness Women (copy of my selection)
1978
8.5
A.S.D., Wilderness Women Projet
1978
8.6
Research Project: Wilderness Women (complete copy)
1978
8.7
"The Emergence of a Mentor-Protegee Relationship" (longer version)
1982
8.8
"The Emergence of a Mentor-Protegee Relationship" (revised version)
1982
8.9
Mentor-Protegee paper (Anthony and Duniway
undated
8.10
"Four Faces of Abigail"
1989
8.11
Communications Conferences
1989
8.12
A.S.D. Notes
undated
8.13
Pacific Northwest Women materials/reviews
undated
8.14
Promotional materials/reviews
undated
8.15
Oregon Historical Quarterly
2000
8.16
A.S.D. book draft
undated
8.17
A.S.D. book draft
undated
8.18
Yours for Liberty, part 1
undated
8.19
Yours for Liberty, part 2
undated
8.20
Yours for Liberty, part 3
undated

New Northwest and "Yours for Liberty"Return to Top

Container(s): Box-Folder

Contains transcriptions of letters and articles from The New Northwest, which were used or considered for use in “Yours for Liberty.”

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
9.1
Transcriptions from The New Northwest
1871-1880
9.2
Transcriptions from The New Northwest
1880-1887
9.3
Handwritten transcriptions and notes on the Duniway project
undated
9.4
Contents: A.S.D.
1982
9.5
Part 3, A.S.D.: Sexuality and Health
undated
9.6
Part 4, A.S.D.: Marriage and Divorce
undated
9.7
Part 6, A.S.D.: Contemporary Issues
undated
9.8
Duniway project: Typed materials, suffrage
undated
9.9
Duniway, Victor, Sawtelle
undated
9.10
Materials loaned to Jean Ward
1978
9.11
Transcription log
undated
9.12
Transcriptions from The New Northwest
1871
9.13
Transcriptions from The New Northwest
1872
9.14
Transcriptions from The New Northwest
1873-1874
9.15
Transcriptions from The New Northwest
1875
9.16
Transcriptions from The New Northwest
1876
9.17
Transcriptions from The New Northwest
1876
9.18
Transcriptions from The New Northwest
1877
9.19
Transcriptions from The New Northwest
1878
9.20
Transcriptions from The New Northwest
1879
9.21
Transcriptions from The New Northwest
1880
9.22
Transcriptions from The New Northwest
1881
9.23
Transcriptions from The New Northwest
1882
9.24
Transcriptions from The New Northwest
1883
9.25
Transcriptions from The New Northwest
1884
9.26
Transcriptions from The New Northwest
1885
9.27
Transcriptions from The New Northwest
1886
9.28
Transcriptions from The New Northwest
1887
9.29
History of Oregon Newspapers
1939

Photographs.Return to Top

Container(s): Box-Folder

Contains copied photographs of Abigail Scott Duniway and her family. It also contains copied research images of other women used in Pacific Northwest Women, 1815-1925. Box 11 contains images of historically significant women, not limited to the Pacific Northwest or the 19th century.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
10.1
Susan B. Anthony
undated
10.2
Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton
c. 1870s-1890s
10.3
Catherine Beecher
c. 1850s
10.4
Susie Sumner Revels Cayton
1909-1940s
10.5
Tennessee Claflin
c. 1870s
10.6
Catherine Coburn
c. 1890s
10.7
Sarah Cummins
c. 1890s
10.8
Emily Inez Denny
1870s-1880s
10.9
Frederick Douglass
undated
10.10
Abigail Scott Duniway
c. 1862
10.11
Abigail Scott Duniway
c. 1865
10.12
Abigail Scott Duniway w/ son, Clyde
1867
10.13
Abigail Scott Duniway
1871
10.14
Abigail Scott Duniway (engraving)
1876
10.15
Abigail Scott Duniway
1876
10.16
Abigail Scott Duniway
1876
10.17
Abigail Scott Duniway
c. 1905
10.18
Abigail Scott Duniway, voting
1912
10.19
Abigail Scott Duniway, Katherine Duniway, Willis II and Katherine Duniway (grandchildren)
1912
10.20
Abigail Scott Duniway, Gov. Oswald West, Mrs. Cole
1912
10.21
Abigail Scott Duniway and John B. Coffey
1913
10.22
Abigail Scott Duniway, misc.
1870s-1910s
10.23
Abigail Scott Duniway book pages
undated
10.24
Ben Duniway w/ children, photo fragment
c. 1860
10.25
Ben C. Duniway
1876
10.26
Duniway sons: Hubert, Clyde, Ralph, Willis, Wilkie
c. 1890s
10.27
Duniway family portrait
1867
10.28
Eva Emery Dye
1882
10.29
Sui Sin Far (Edith Maud Eaton)
c. 1890s
10.30
William Lloyd Garrison
undated
10.31
Mother Jones
undated
10.32
Mother Joseph of the Sacred Heart, S.P. (Esther Pariseau)
undated
10.33
Elaine E. Maveety
undated
10.34
Joaquin Miller
undated
10.35
Minnie Myrtle Miller (Theresa Dyer)
c. 1860s
10.36
Alice Day Pratt
1901
10.37
Emma J. Ray
1870s-1910s
10.38
Ernestine Rose
c. 1850s
10.39
Mary P. Avery Sawtelle
c. 1890s
10.40
Anne Roelofson Scott
c. 1850s
10.41
Etty, Kitty, and Maggie Scott
c. 1852
10.42
James Scott
c. 1850s
10.43
John Tucker Scott
1850s-1870s
10.44
Harvey W. Scott
1857
10.45
Harvey W. Scott
1900
10.46
Harvey W. Scott
1865-1908
10.47
Ruth Eckler Stevenson Scott
c. 1870s-1880s
10.48
Sisters of Providence "begging tour"
undated
10.49
Elizabeth Cady Stanton
1850s-1890s
10.50
Clara Belle Duniway Stearns
c. 1878
10.51
Harriet Beecher Stowe
c. 1850s
10.52
Lydia Taylor
c. 1900s
10.53
Mary Church Terrell
c. 1910s-1920s
10.54
Frances Fuller Victor
1870s-1890s
10.55
Jean Ward
undated
10.56
Emeline Trimble Whitman Fuller and J.M. Whitman
1860s
10.57
Frances Willard
undated
10.58
Sarah Winnemucca
c. 1870s
10.59
Victoria Woodhull
c. 1870s
10.60
Frances Wright and materials from The Free Inquirer
undated
10.61
Nancy Perkins Wynecoop and John Curtis Wynecoop
c. 1910
10.62
Young Chinese woman with children
1905
10.63
Unidentified woman of Umatilla tribe
undated
10.64
Scott/Duniway family homes
undated
10.65
Heirloom plate belonging to Scott/Duniway family
undated
10.66
Downtown Portland
c. 1912
10.67
Photos from newspaper articles on suffrage
1970s
10.68
Anti-Suffrage photos and political cartoons
undated
10.69
Copies of photos used The Terrible Siren
undated
10.70
Copies of photos used in Mrs. Satan
undated
10.71
Research photos on Pacific Northwest women
undated
10.72
Misc. photos from the Jean Ward collection
undated
10.73
Misc. photos
undated
10.74
Negatives
undated
11.1
Bella Abzug
undated
11.2
Maude Adams
1900
11.3
Jane Addams
undated
11.4
Mary Anthony
undated
11.5
Mary McLeod Bethune
1949
11.6
Elizabeth Blackwell
undated
11.7
Amelia Bloomer
undated
11.8
Antoinette Brown
undated
11.9
Olympia Brown
c. 1880s
11.10
Calamity Jane
undated
11.11
Carrie Chapman Catt
undated
11.12
Laura Clay
undated
11.13
Angela Davis
1975
11.14
Dorothea Dix
undated
11.15
Isadora Duncan
c. 1910
11.16
Amelia Earhart
1926
11.17
Elizabeth Gurley Flynn
undated
11.18
Abby Kelley Foster
undated
11.19
Margaret Fuller
undated
11.20
Betty Friedan
undated
11.21
Charlotte Perkins Gilman
undated
11.22
Horace Greeley
undated
11.23
Angeline and Sarah Grimke
undated
11.24
Julia Ward Howe
c. 1900
11.25
Barbara Jordan
c. 1975
11.26
Annie Kenney
c. 1904
11.27
Belva Lockwood
undated
11.28
Mary Lyon
1832
11.29
Margaret Mead
undated
11.30
Lucretia Mott
undated
11.31
Carrie Nation
undated
11.32
Georgia O'Keefe
undated
11.33
Alice Paul and the Woman's Party
undated
11.34
Annie Smith Peck
1895-1903
11.35
Jeanette Rankin
1918
11.36
Eleanor Roosevelt
1934-1949
11.37
Liilian Russell
ca. 1879
11.38
Rose Schneiderman
undated
11.39
Anna Howard Shaw
undated
11.40
Gloria Steinam
1972
11.41
Lucy Stone
undated
11.42
Susette La Flesche Tibbles, "Bright Eyes"
undated
11.43
Harriet Tubman
undated
11.44
Mary Wollstonecraft
c. 1790s
11.45
Martha Wright
undated
11.46
Unknown hunger striker
1909
11.47
British suffrage
undated
11.48
Education
undated
11.49
Miscellaneous photos of women
undated
11.50
Religion
undated
11.51
Writers/Journalists
undated
11.52
engravings from Woman on the American Frontier
undated
11.53
Women's occupations
undated
11.54
Work/Labor
undated
11.55
U.S. Civil War and Women
undated
11.56
Miscellaneous
undated

New Northwest CollectionReturn to Top

Container(s): Box-Folder

Contain a full printed set of the New Northwest microfilm collection.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
12
Copies of The New Northwest
1871-1882
13.1
Copies of The New Northwest
1883-1887
13.2
Photo album from Kazuko Takeuchi
1970
13.3
Miscellaneous photographic slides: general women's history, abolition and women's rights, Western women
undated

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

Subject Terms

  • History
  • Northwest, Pacific
  • Oregon
  • Oregon National Historic Trail
  • Suffrage
  • Suffragists--Oregon
  • Women

Personal Names

  • Anthony, Susan Brownell, 1820-1906
  • Duniway, Abigail Scott, 1834-1915
  • Ward, Jean M.