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Women and the Crisis in Sex Hormones: Drafts re: DES. Tape 1. Digital

Item Identifier: 82-M33--84-M82, 99at.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: The collection contains photographs; personal and professional correspondence and letters from readers; articles by and about Barbara Seaman; minutes, reports, and printed material of organizations in which Seaman played an active role; and interviews (both on tape and transcribed), reports, and articles providing background material on issues of interest to Seaman. Drafts of published works have not been retained, nor have routine inquiries about purchasing her books.Letters...

Women and the Crisis in Sex Hormones: Drafts re: DES. Tape 2. Digital

Item Identifier: 82-M33--84-M82, 100at.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: The collection contains photographs; personal and professional correspondence and letters from readers; articles by and about Barbara Seaman; minutes, reports, and printed material of organizations in which Seaman played an active role; and interviews (both on tape and transcribed), reports, and articles providing background material on issues of interest to Seaman. Drafts of published works have not been retained, nor have routine inquiries about purchasing her books.Letters...

"Women are: courageous, aggressive, strong, logical, intelligent, constructive, creative and independent human beings…NOW 1970" (86-M66). Digital

Item Identifier: Gr-15, Oversize folder 10B., 14.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: Collection consists of over 250 posters, mostly in English, about women and women's issues.

"Women are not chicks," 1972 Women's Graphics Collective (2002-M130). Digital

Item Identifier: Gr-15, Supersize folder 3H., 46.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: Collection consists of over 250 posters, mostly in English, about women and women's issues.

"Women are not chicks," 1972 Women's Graphics Collective (2002-M130)

Digital Record Identifier: 2548349e-12c7-4459-9571-185372e3f1ff

Women artists from IAIA, Institute of American Indian Arts. College of Santa Fe. Camera original. June 25, 1992. Digital

Item Identifier: Vt-122, 33.
Scope and Contents: Four women artists participate in a panel discussion moderated by Lynn Harlan about the lack of representation of women and minority artists in mainstream art organizations.

Women artists in the 1980s on NPR. Judy Chicago, among other visual and performing artists, discuss feminist art. n.d. Digital

Item Identifier: T-319, 178.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: Series I, THE DINNER PARTY AND RESPONSES TO THE WORK,1976-1999 (#1-60), contains materials related to the making of, and the debate surrounding, the multi-media art installation The Dinner Party. It is arranged in three subseries.Subseries A, Interviews and lectures1976-1999 (#1-12), contains audiotapes about the background and history of the exhibit.Subseries B, Conference, March 17, 1979 (#13-34), sessions include scholars speaking about...

"Women as Office Holders," typescript sent May 12, 1914; and printed version, "Women as Public Officials," Trend Digital

Item Identifier: A-68, Series X, 450.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: Though the Anna Howard Shaw and Lucy Elmina Anthony papers do not provide a full record of either woman's life, they do reveal something of their personalities. Shaw's humor, sarcasm, and unflagging devotion to the cause of woman suffrage, as well as Lucy Elmina Anthony's fierce loyalty to the cause and to Shaw, are readily apparent.The papers bear evidence of their extensive use by Ida Husted Harper in the preparation of her unpublished Shaw biography, the original of which is in the...

Women at Harvard, 1968-1971. Digital

Item Identifier: RG XXIV, Series 5, 24.33.
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....