Fisher, Dorothy Canfield (1879 – 1958)

17 February 1879 – 9 November 1958


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Pertinent Archives:

Columbia University, Butler Rare Book and Manuscript Library (correspondence) (

University of Vermont, Bailey/Howe Library, Special Collections (misc. papers) (

Library of Congress, Manuscript Division (speeches, articles, and correspondence under the Children’s Crusade for Children papers; correspondence with Felix Frankfurter) (

Newberry Library (letters under the Cather and Hitz papers; correspondence with Alice Gerstenberg) (

University of Massachusetts Library (correspondence with W. E. B. Du Bois) (

Schlesinger Library (photos and correspondence with Dorothea May Moore) (

Smith College, Sophia Smith Collection (correspondence with Julia Florida [Collier] Harris) (

University of Michigan, Bentley Historical Library, Michigan Historical Collections (correspondence with Skulda Vanadis Banér) (

Columbia University, Oral History Collection (interview under the Book-of-the-Month Club papers) (

Girl Scouts of the USA Library and Archives (miscellaneous papers) (

The New York Public Library, Manuscripts and Archives (correspondence, manuscripts, clippings; correspondence with Anne Carroll Moore) (

Swarthmore College Peace Collection (correspondence under the People’s Mandate to Governments to End War papers) (

Martha Canfield Memorial Free Library, Inc. (correspondence, manuscripts, photos, clippings, pamphlets, books) (

Middlebury College, Abernethy Collection of American Literature (correspondence and drafts) (


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