Bowser, Elizabeth H.S., d. 1908
See: Bustill-Bowser-Asbury Collection, 1732-1941
Second wife of David Bustill Bowser. Correspondence, receipts, newsclippings, and a folder of "Important Papers." Also included is the 1865 Annual Report of the Ladies Union Association.

Branch, Mary Elizabeth, 1882-1944
Papers, 1909-1948
.5 linear ft.
Educator and college president. Contains biographical data, correspondence, manuscripts, and historical data on her role in the establishment of Tillotson College, Austin, Texas.

Brent, Martha Cromwell
See: Cromwell Family Papers, 1849-1855
Member of the Cromwell Family. Personal papers include a draft of "Education for Negroes in the District of Columbia," and material about the Neighborhood Improvement Club.

Burge, R. Louise, 1908-1986
Papers, 1930-1984
8 linear ft.
Vocalist and teacher. Collection reflects Burge's performing career and her teaching career at Howard University.

Carter, Jeannette, 1886-1964
Papers, 1927-196
.5 linear ft.
Journalist and civic leader. Papers reflect some of her activities advocating women's rights, and as founder and president of the National Political Study Club in the Republican Party.

Cary, Mary Ann Shadd, 1823-1893
Papers, 1844-1884
.5 linear ft.
Abolitionist and editor. Correspondence, articles, editorials, reports, printed material, and programs relating to her activities in the U.S. and Canada as editor of the Provincial Freeman, as a strong supporter of women's suffrage, and as an army recruiter.

Consolidated Parent Group, Inc.
Records, 1947-1954
2.5 linear ft.
Washington, D.C. based civic organization. Consists of organization materials, reports, minutes, community activities manuscripts, and printed material relating to members and to the Women's Action Committee.

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