The Library of Congress has digitized a number of its collections, making it accessible to the public at all times. Being in Rochester, today we highlight the collection of papers from suffragist, Susan B. Anthony. The papers in this collection span the years of 1846 – 1934.
The collection is arranged in five series (though the last one is not available digitally as of yet):
- Correspondence, 1846-1905
Letters to and from Anthony. Arranged chronologically.
- Daybook and Diaries, 1856-1906
One daybook and twenty-five diaries. Arranged chronologically.
- Scrapbooks, 1876-1934
Six volumes and two folders of clippings and memorabilia.
- Speeches and Writings, 1848-1895
Speeches by Anthony. Also includes The Woman’s Bible, part one, by Elizabeth Cady Stanton. Arranged chronologically.
- Addition, 1883-1896 (digital content not yet available)
Two letters by Anthony.