De Ford was a suffragist, feminist, and writer. Collection includes correspondence, between De Ford and her second husband
Maynard Shipley, 1872-1934, a writer and lecturer whom she married in 1921, and Shipley's correspondence; De Ford's 1905 diary
and diary entries from 1939 to 1941; her autobiography; manuscripts of her plays, stories, and articles, including Feminism
-- Cause or Effect?, written in 1933; birth certificates, marriage licenses, and divorce papers; academic records; portion
of De Ford's will; photos; wills of Shipley and William Armistead Collier, her first husband; membership cards; clippings;
1906 Philadelphia High School for Girls yearbook; and material on Ella May Clemmons and Mrs Howard Gould. De Ford attended
Wellesley in 1908, and was the youngest member of the Single Tax Society. Among her works were They Were San Franciscans and a biography of Shipley.
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