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Standing Before Us

The Harvard Square Library presents Standing Before Us, a presentation of 160 years of women’s work by Dorothy Emerson. This volume contains letters, essays, stories, poems and speeches by Unitarian and Universalist women, and includes a biographical sketch of each woman and notes on the texts.

Notable in UU History
Caroline Wells Healey Dall

Caroline Wells Healey Dall (1822-1912)

Born the oldest child of a wealthy Boston merchant on June 22, 1822, Dall had full ... Read More
Emily Greene Balch at Bryn Mawr

Emily Greene Balch: Nobel Prize Laureate, 1867-1961

by Heather Miller, Writer and Editor Emily Greene Balch, a member of the first generation of ... Read More
Booth, c. 1937

John Nicholls Booth: From Magician to Minister, 1893-1960

Much against my wishes or control, when I decided to enter the Meadville Theological School in ... Read More
Abiel Holmes

The History of Cambridge: Table of Contents

Abiel Holes, A.M. Member of the Massachusetts Historical Society First printed by Samuel Hall, in Boston, ... Read More