Hattie A. Harlow was a single woman who lived in Brockton and Bridgewater, Massachusetts and worked as a piano teacher, seamstress, and magazine salesperson. Though not famous, Harlow's diaries and scrapbooks are a rich historical resource for people conducting research on women working and living in the domestic sphere during the nineteenth century.
, Harvard University Library Open Collections Program. Women Working, 1870-1930. A full-text searchable online database with complete access to publications written by Hattie Harlow.