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Publications and letters:
Health and the Woman Movement, published January 1916 (New York National Board, YWCA ,)
Conference pamphlet, (CDM spoke) May 1915
The Relation of Health to the Woman Movement, final copy.
Letter: To Dr. Mosher from Margaret Johnson, University of Wisconsin, July 15, 1915.
Dr. Mosher to Dr. Johnson, July 20, 1915.
Telegram: To Dr. Mosher from Elva L. Sly, July 21, 1915.
Dr. Mosher to Elva L. Sly, July 21, 1915.
Dr. Mosher to Elva L. Sly, August 6, 1915
Letter: To Dr. Mosher from Dr. Anna L. Brown, August 9, 1915
Dr. Mosher to Helen Thoburn, August 10, 1915
To Dr. Mosher from Thorvald Solberg, August 10, 1915.
To Dr. Mosher from Elva L. Sly, August 11, 1915.
To Dr. Mosher from Anna L. Brown, September 15, 1915
Xerox copy of "the Relation of Health to the Woman Movement"
Letters and manuscripts:
"The Typhoid Fly Problem and Civic Fly Campaigns,"
Oxford. Concerning Scarlet Fever Epidemic and Carmel -Postcard to Dr. Mosher, February 17, 1906,
Letter: To Dr. Mosher from Ermina R. Stillman, May 9, 1906.
To Dr. Mosher from ?, May 5, 1906.
To Dr. Mosher from Barbara H. Alden, May 22, 1906.
To Dr. Mosher from ? Pierce, May 17, 24, 29, 1906.
To Dr. Mosher from Charles C. Hill, June 5, 1906.
Copy of Letter from Mosher to Mr. Hill, June 8, 1906.
To Dr. Mosher from Dr. Hill, June 12, 1906.
To Dr. Mosher from Bessie M. Ashlaw, June 18, 1906.
Dr. Mosher to Mr. Devendorff, June 21, 1906.
To Dr. Mosher from Ruth Beveridge, (n.d.).
Dr. Mosher to Ruth Beveridge, on back. July 31, 1906,
Notes: concerning Virginia Newhall, Frances Beveridge, Donald Clampett, Lillian Devendorff, Bessie Ashton, Leanna Davis
List of children taken ill.
Letter: To Dr. Mosher from Mrs. E.W. Newhall, June 7, 1906.
"Another Method of Avoiding the Public Drinking Cup", 2 pages with example.
"A Study of the Respiratory Movements in Women,"1901.
"Age Groups of College Women."
Articles and notes on height, feet and gait in women:
Chart - Relation of Change in Fashion to Height and Periodic Disability of Women.
"Some of the Causal Factors in the Increased Height of College Women," (1891-1921). Second and Third Note, (Reprint from The Medical Women's Journal, November, 1921.)
"A Perfect Shoe for a Perfect Foot," Harriet Wilde.
"The Angle of Gait in Women," Sadie D. Patek, American Journal of Physical Anthropology, July- September, 1926.
Newsclipping - "Who Invented Shoes?", Hester Bronson Copper.
"A Case of Onychrogryposis," Clelia D. Mosher, A.M., M.D., Reprint from The Woman's Medical Journal, November 1910,
"Functional Periodicity in Women and Some of the Modifying Factors," Reprint from The California State Journal of Medicine, Jan-February, 1911, 1923
"A Physiologic Treatment of Congestive Dysmenorrhea and Kindred Disorders Associated with the Menstrual Function."
Note to self: concerning feet, gait, etc. November 18, 1927,
Articles and letters on posture:
Public Health Reports, May 6, 1927
A Study of Literature Relating to Posture.
"A Resume, with Comments, of the Available Literature Relating to Posture," Louis Schwartz.
"Habits of Posture: A Cause of Deformity and Displacement of the Uterus," Eliza Mosher, M.D., November, 1893.
"Faulty Habits of Posture, A Cause of Enteroptosis," Eliza Mosher, M.D. May 1914,
"The Care of the Abdomen in Infancy and Childhood," Eliza Mosher, M.D. December 1914,
"The Etiology and Diagnosis of Chronic Intestinal Stasis," Eliza Mosher, M.D. January, 1914,
"Results of Research on Conditions Affecting Posture," Henry Ling Taylor, June, 1916.
"A Combined Medical and Postural Examination of 746 Young Adults," Lloyd T. Brown, M.D., November, 1917
The Schematograph - 2 pamphlets describing the Mosher-Lesley Schematograph.
"The Schematogram - A New Method of Graphically Recording Posture and Changes in the Contour of the Body," Clelia D. Mosher, February, 1915.
Letter: To the Surgeon General from Louis Schwartz, concerning Schematograph. June 4, 1928,
To Dr. Mosher from Louis Schwartz, June 4, 1928.
To Dr. Mosher from R.C. Williams, Assistant Surgeon General, June 7, 1928.
Imitations of the Schematograph - newspaper clippings, July 13, 1919.
Correspondence and miscellaneous papers:
Library of Congress Copyright Office - steps to insure copyright.
Application - Daughters of the American Revolution.
Memorandum of Florist business, carried on by CDM in New York, 1888-1889.
"The Tale of Psi's Kite" - publication including article on Dr. Mosher, March, 1936.
Letter and application from Who's Who of American Physicians.
Paul Bert to CDM, January 12, 1919.
Postcard E. Homer Bois ? to CDM, December 30, 1922.
Havelock Ellis to CDM, September 28, 1901, May 6, 1921
A. Marion Gammon to CDM, June 8, 1914
Grace Margaret Gneld to CDM, August 6, 1920
Olivia James (Mrs. Henry James) to CDM, February 17, 1919
Vernon Kellogg to CDM, March 16, 1921
Ira S. Lillick to CDM, September 23, 1935
Mary Riggs Noble, M.D. to CDM, September 30, 1932.
CDM to Mary Riggs Noble, October 10, 1932.
Helen W. Peckleane? to CDM, March 3, 1924.
Ruth to CDM, March 28, 1924.
Lucy M. Salmon to CDM, April 26, 1911.
Milicent W. Shinn to CDM, March 24, 1896.
Jane Snyder to CDM, June 16, 1929.
Ray Lyman Wilbur to CDM, December 16, 1938.
Edith Williams to CDM, n.d.
Letter J unsigned. anuary 1920,
Letter of Introduction: A.W. Edwards to Mrs. Thompson, n.d.
Letter of Introduction: Gertrude E. Knox to Dr. Patrick, March 21, 1924.
Letter of Introduction: Gertrude E. Knox to John Randolphe, March 21, 1924.
William H. Welch (Johns Hopkins University) to Mr. Ball, n.d.
CDM to Dr. Kate Campbell Mead, October 10, 1932.
Memo: CDM to Ray Lyman Wilbur, May 12, 1919
Memo: CDM to Ray Lyman Wilbur, April 19, 1923.
Memo: CDM to Ray Lyman Wilbur, April 29, 1923.
Memo: CDM to Ray Lyman Wilbur, January 3, 1927.
Woman's Club - talk on CDM's war experiences.
Information sheet re: David Starr Jordan Fund.
Expense Sheet, June 4, 1892.
Article and letters on drinking water:
"Drink More Water and Keep Well", Clelia Duel Mosher, A.M., M.D.
Letter to Edward Bok, Ladies Home Journal, submitting article. April 21, 1911,
Examples of folding paper cups.
Rejection from Ladies Home Journal. May 5, 1911.
List of Companies - Sanitary Drinking Fountains.
A Mess of Pottage,
A War Produce - Who Pays?,
The Making of a Misfit,
Gilding the Lily,
24 Hours in a Day,
It Might Be True, It Might Have Happened,
Sketches and Notes,
Articles and correspondence:
The Spring Song, by M.C. Deville (Clelia Mosher),
All in a Day's Work,
Again in the Running,
When Lillie Was Taken,
Presque Tours Les Enfants du Pays,
As Seen By a Doctor, 3 pages as introduction to collection of stories above.
Correspondence: Cousin Eliza to CDM, May 26, 1921.
Correspondence: David Starr Jordan to CDM, September 17, 1921.
Correspondence: Ray Lyman Wilbur to CDM, May 31, 1921.
Diaries and other papers:
April 16, 1926,
Notes on medical problems and issues, personal thoughts,
March 15, 1919,
January 30, 1921,
June 6, 1926,
May 16, 1928,
May 26, 1926, October 27, 1926,
July 19, 1906,
May 13, 1930,
February 14, 1932,
August 5, 1931,
December 20, 1926,
December 24, 1933-January 21, 1934,
Clelia Duel Mosher - The Questioner (biographical sketch),
Clelia Duel Mosher, M.D. - Publications, 1901-1920,
Mary Roberts Coolidge to CDM, July 15, 1933.
Biographical Information, brief,
Newsclippings on Clelia Mosher's death - Palo Alto Times, December 23, 1940.
Revisions on biography,
Comments on biography by Mary R. Coolidge,
Theme written by CDM while at Wellesley College,
Comments on Theme and C.D. Mosher's composition training,
Information on CDM's education,
Memorial to Clelia Duel Mosher,
Materials on Mosher's medical studies:
"Contribution to the Study of the Inquiry of Gall Stones in the United States," CDM. Report of the Johns Hopkins Medical Society Meeting, March 4, 1901. From Maryland Medical Journal, May, 1901,
Journal article - "The Health of Women Wage Earners," 1 page, CDM cited in article.
Newsclippings and notes on CDM's work.
Letter: S.M. Croonquist to CDM and attached newsclipping.
Newsclippings on CDM, December 15, 1920, October 18, 1933.
Journal article re: CDM's work - The Literary Digest, September 29, 1923,
Article including CDM, July 1929,
Correspondence and miscellaneous papers:
Letter: Havelock Ellis to CDM, September 28, 1901.
Registered Mail slip and Return Receipt.
Receipt for payment of typing work, December 13, 1902.
CDM to Mrs. E.H. Richards, (note at bottom). December 13, 1902,
Notes - Blood Pressure Studies,
Office of the Dean, Johns Hopkins University, Medical Department to CDM, February 24, 1903.
Pertaining to Carnegie Grant:
David Starr Jordan to Secretary of Carnegie Institute, May 22, 1905.
N.M. Gilbert? to CDM, June 10, 1905
Mary Roberts Smith to Trustees of Carnegie Institute, September 20, 1905
CDM to Honorable W.W. Morrow.
William W. Morrow to Dr. Robert J. Woodward, September 25, 1905
Willaim W. Morrow to CDM, September 26, 1905.
CDM to William W. Morrow, September 29, 1905
CDM to Charles D. Walcott, September 29, 1905.
Receipt from Wells Fargo & Co. Express, September 28, 1905.
G. Stanley Hall to CDM, and 2 copies. October 2, 1905,
N.M. Gilbert to CDM, October 3, 1905.
Howard A. Kelly to CDM, October 5, 1905.
N.M. Gilbert to Howard A. Kelly, October 6, 1905.
W.H. Howell to CDM, and copy. October 7, 1905,
N.M. Gilbert to CDM, October 7, 1905.
John Henry Comstock to CDM, October 10, 1905.
CDM to Dr. Charles D. Walcott, October 11, 1905.
CDM to Dr. William H. Howell, October 12, 1905.
N.M. Gilbert to CDM, October 13, 1905.
CDM to Professor Comstock, October 16, 1905.
CDM to Dr. Howard A. Kelly, October 16, 1905.
N.M. Gilbert to CDM, October 17, 1905.
N.M. Gilbert to C.H. Gilbert, October 25, 1905.
CDM to Dr. William H. Welch, January 9, 1906.
R.S. Woodward to CDM, January 15, 1906.
CDM to Hon. Charles W. Walcott, January 9, 1906.
Postal Receipt, January 9, 1906.
R.S. Woodward to CDM, January 25, 1906.
David Starr Jordan to Florence M. Cushing, January 9, 1909.
D. Charles Gardner to Florence M. Cushing, January 12, 1909.
CDM to Mrs. N.P. Hallowell, January 23, 1909.
CDM to Florence M. Cushing, January 23, 1909, January 24, 1909.
Sarah Hallowell to CDM, reverse side: CDM to Mrs. N.P. Hallowell, January 28, 1909. February 3, 1909.
CDM to Dr. Emily Lewi, January 17, 1910.
Mrs. Dane Coolidge to Dr. Emily Lewi, January 19, 1910.
Sarah Hallowell to CDM, March 3, 1909.
CDM to Mrs. N.P. Hallowell, March 9, 1909
Sarah Hallowell to CDM, March 20, 1909.
Sheet headed Enclosures,
Sheet headed Previous Record (Academic),
Outline of A Study of Menstruation,
CDM to Dr. Emily Lewi, January 18, 1910.
Normal Menstruation and the Factors Which May Modify It,
Information on Fellowship of the Woman's Education Association,
Information on Alice Freeman Palmer Memorial Fellowship,
Typed pages re: normal menstruation,
Mary Roberts Coolidge to CDM, January 20, 1910.
List of persons written to for recommendations.
CDM to C.D. Gilbert, n.d.
Information sheet on Mary Putnam Jacobi Fellowship,
Personal Hygiene for Women, book cover.
Correspondence and miscellaneous papers:
J.H. Comstock re: CDM, August 29, 1891.
1 copy of above.
Sarah Woodman Paul re: CDM, September 7, 1891.
Sarah Woodman Paul to Secretary of Wisconsin University, September 7, 1891.
Certification of CDM's dismission from Wellesley, September 7, 1891.
Sheet on CDM's German education,
Certification of CDM's studies, June 15, 1892.
Certification of honorable dismissal from University of Wisconsin, June 17, 1892.
Certification of Admission to Stanford, July 7, 1892.
Ellen Hayes to CDM, October 30, 1894.
C.F. Hodges re: CDM , January 10, 1896,
C.H. Gilbert re: CDM, and copy. April 16, 1896,
CDM to registrar of Johns Hopkins University, April 11, 1896.
O.P. Jenkins re: CDM, April 22, 1896,
CDM to Dr. William H. Welch, June 30, 1896.
Photograph Johns Hopkins University.
Photograph Dr. William H. Welch and President Herbert Hoover.
Note Jim Flexus (?) to Dr. Herdin, n.d.
William Welch to CDM, May 5, 1896, July 13, 1896, August 12, 1896.
Steward W. Young re: CDM, July 23, 1896.
D.W. Murphy re: CDM, July 27, 1896.
Note signed H.A. Kelly regarding employment of CDM.
W.H. Howell to CDM, June 11, 1900.
Henry M. Hurd to CDM, June 27, 1900.
Frederick Burk to CDM, February 19, 1901.
CDM to Frederick Burk, n.d.
Frederick Burk to CDM, March 11, 1901, April 4, 1901.
Certification of Credentials - Stanford, February 27, 1937.
Wellesley College items:
Envelope containing small bound book from Wellesley pertaining to college requirements.
Book of College Courses.
Diplomas and miscellaneous items
Honorary Degree Mills
Sigma XI Award
Comrades in Zeal, by David Starr Jordan.
Bound Diaries, 1917, 1922, and 1924.
Studies and publications:
"Possistoreme Stouti (Hag Fish) From Monterey Bay"
"A Study of the Circulatory System, in the Zoological Laboratory of the Leland Stanford Junior University", 1892-1893.
Bound Volume, Publications by Clelia Duel Mosher. 1901-1929,
Hygiene and Physiology of Women
Scope and Content Note
The Moshers, 1794-1937, and Related Families, Vol. II: Christopher Mosher, His Descendants and Related Families
Scope and Content Note
Biography, by Clelia Duel Mosher; bound volumes:
I. Women - includes articles on prominent women, women soldiers, women candidates for president, etc.
II. The Woman Movement - studies and notes.
III. Mary Astell, Part 1: Biographical material. Part 2: Works.
IV. Paul Bert - His Family - His Friends - includes clippings, photographs, correspondence.
V. Eliza M. Mosher, M.D. - Pioneer Woman Physician, 1896-1928. Includes portrait, characteristics, occupations, letters, memorial, publications.
Photograph Album - Mosher Family.
Publications by Mosher:
Woman's Physical Freedom, New York: The Woman's Press, 1923
"Strength of Women," reprinted from the Proceedings of the International Conference of Women Physicians, 1920
"The Height of College Women (Second Note)," reprinted from the Medical Woman's Journal, November 1921
"Concerning the Size of Women: Preliminary Note with Special Reference to Height," reprinted from the California State Journal of Medicine, February 1921
"The Means to the End," reprinted from the American Physical Education Review, December 1925
"The Physical Training of Women in Relation to Functional Periodicity," reprinted from The Woman's Medical Journal, April 1915
"A Physiologic Treatment of Congestive Dysmenorrhea and Kindred Disorders Associated with the Menstrual Function," reprinted from the Journal of the American Medical Association, April 1914