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Statistics about graduates and degrees, [circa 1803?] Digital

Item — Box: 3, Folder: 50Identifier: UAI 5.120
Scope and content: One document lists the average number of scholars annually graduated at Harvard from 1642 to 1788; the other document lists the number of AB and AM degrees conferred by Presidents Holyoke and Willard between 1738 and 1803, along with calculations for related fees for degrees.

Statistics re: students. Digital

Item Identifier: RG XXIV, Series 5, 23.31.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: This is a collection of subject files related to Radcliffe College, mostly consisting of printed materials. The files cover the Alumni Association, organizations, publications, buildings, events, committees, conferences, fundraising, programs, and other miscellaneous material relating to Radcliffe. The collection is organized by subject and arranged alphabetically. Within broader subjects or topics, folders may be arranged chronologically. These files do not contain biographical information....

Statistics re: students. Digital

Item Identifier: RG XXIV, Series 5, 23.30.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: This is a collection of subject files related to Radcliffe College, mostly consisting of printed materials. The files cover the Alumni Association, organizations, publications, buildings, events, committees, conferences, fundraising, programs, and other miscellaneous material relating to Radcliffe. The collection is organized by subject and arranged alphabetically. Within broader subjects or topics, folders may be arranged chronologically. These files do not contain biographical information....

"Statler Hilton Hotel Progress Report", May 16, 1969 Digital

File Identifier: bMS 531, bMS 531/8 (19)
Scope and Contents: This collection contains some of the records of the Black Unitarian Universalist Caucus (BUUC), the Black Affairs Council (BAC), Full Recognition and Funding of the Black Affairs Council (FULLBAC), and Black and White Action (BAWA), as well as some of the records of the Unitarian Universalist Commission on Appraisal. All of these records are related to the black empowerment controversy in the UUA in the late 1960s. These records were collected by David Bortin, a member of the Unitarian...

Statue in the Townhall Garden. Stockholm; 1936., 1936. Digital

Item — Box: 4Identifier: MS Ger 146.4, (361)
Scope and Contents: 531 black-and-white photographs taken by Lyonel Feininger. The photographs were identified, given titles, and arranged by T. Lux Feininger, the artist's son. Collection includes T. Lux Feininger's card index to this collection (item 532), from which the collection finding aid was produced; and some family photographs, including photographs of Lyonel's wife, Julia Feininger.

[Statue, Tiahuanaco] Digital

Item — unspecified: UAV 630.271 Box 32Identifier: UAV 630.271, Image Number O835 Image 2
Scope and Contents: Image depicts Pre-Columbian civilizations.

[Statue, Tiahuanaco] Digital

Item — unspecified: UAV 630.271 Box 23Identifier: UAV 630.271, Image Number O835 Image 1
Scope and Contents: Image depicts Pre-Columbian civilizations.

Status of American Women. NBC radio program features President Kennedy, Eleanor Roosevelt, Senator Neuberger, and many others speaking about the recently released report by the President's Commission on the Status of Women (PCSW) and concludes with remarks by Esther Peterson. Written and produced by James Cleveland. Side 1. October 15, November 18, 1963. Digital

Item Identifier: T-60, 9at.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: This collection includes many hours of an audio diary Esther Peterson maintained during various periods, specifically during her 1969 trip to Asia for the Department of State; in 1973 during a trip to China with American Women for International Understanding; in 1977 when she was Special Assistant to the President for Consumer Affairs; and during various other family and career-related trips. Also included are interviews, speeches, and discussions; and public service announcements and various...

Status of American Women. NBC radio program features President Kennedy, Eleanor Roosevelt, Senator Neuberger, and many others speaking about the recently released report by the President's Commission on the Status of Women (PCSW) and concludes with remarks by Esther Peterson. Written and produced by James Cleveland. Side 2. October 15, November 18, 1963. Digital

Item Identifier: T-60, 9at.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: This collection includes many hours of an audio diary Esther Peterson maintained during various periods, specifically during her 1969 trip to Asia for the Department of State; in 1973 during a trip to China with American Women for International Understanding; in 1977 when she was Special Assistant to the President for Consumer Affairs; and during various other family and career-related trips. Also included are interviews, speeches, and discussions; and public service announcements and various...

Status of women, 1970-1971, 1995-. Digital

Item Identifier: RG XXIV, Series 5, 23.32.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: This is a collection of subject files related to Radcliffe College, mostly consisting of printed materials. The files cover the Alumni Association, organizations, publications, buildings, events, committees, conferences, fundraising, programs, and other miscellaneous material relating to Radcliffe. The collection is organized by subject and arranged alphabetically. Within broader subjects or topics, folders may be arranged chronologically. These files do not contain biographical information....