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[Workman watching Hugh Stubbins laying mortar],, 1964. Digital

Item — Box: S026.43Identifier: RG M-CL02, Series 00098, Image: 00098.110
Scope and Contents: This finding aid describes photographs and photomechanical prints depicting events primarily related to the establishment of the Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine. Subjects include the cornerstone-laying ceremony, the move into the new building, fund-raising for the Aesculapian Room, the library dedication exercises, and presentation of the American Institute of Architects - American Library Association architectural award. Unless noted all images are black and white. Described in other...

Worksheets on removal, 1939-1940: transcriptions of interviews with government officials Digital

Item Identifier: MC 546; T-182; M-104, 125.11.
Scope and Contents: Subseries G, Stevens's removal from the IACW, 1934-1961 (#124.5-126.4), contains correspondence, clippings, financial records, and notes relating to the 1939 decision by the U.S. government to appoint Mary Winslow as the official U.S. representative on the IACW. The Roosevelt administration asserted that Stevens had been appointed chair by the Pan American Union, and had never been the official U.S. delegate. Stevens viewed this as a political attack, based on differing views of how to work for...

Workshop/potluck, Newcastle, Australia. After a personal discussion between some Australian women at the potluck, there is a group sing-a-long. March 7-8, 1988. 50 minutes. Digital

Item Identifier: T-350, 51.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: The audiotape collection of lesbian singer-songwriter Alix Dobkin contains concert recordings, and interviews with or lectures by Dobkin. Also included is her personal collection of audiotapes featuring women's music. For related papers, see the finding aid for the Alix Dobkin papers, MC 598.Series I. CONCERTS, 1975-1993 (#1-45), contains recordings of Dobkin's concerts and other performances....

Workshops: flyers, 1994-1999 Digital

Item Identifier: MC 761; T-396; Vt-192; DVD-72, E.8.
Scope and Contents: Series I, BIOGRAPHICAL AND PERSONAL, 1930-2013 (#1.1-3.4, PD.1, E.1-E.10) includes account books; childhood art; art sale lists; exhibit announcements; clippings; work-related correspondence; school papers by Wiseman and yearbooks from Nightingale-Bamford School; a timeline of Wiseman's life; memorial booklets with stories from friends and family after Wiseman's death; and notes on workshops Wiseman conducted or in which she participated. For personal correspondence see also Series II and...

Workshops: various materials, 1988-1998, n.d. Digital

Item Identifier: MC 761; T-396; Vt-192; DVD-72, E.10.
Scope and Contents: Series I, BIOGRAPHICAL AND PERSONAL, 1930-2013 (#1.1-3.4, PD.1, E.1-E.10) includes account books; childhood art; art sale lists; exhibit announcements; clippings; work-related correspondence; school papers by Wiseman and yearbooks from Nightingale-Bamford School; a timeline of Wiseman's life; memorial booklets with stories from friends and family after Wiseman's death; and notes on workshops Wiseman conducted or in which she participated. For personal correspondence see also Series II and...

Workshops: "What to Do with the Rest of Your Life," 1989-1998, n.d. Digital

Item Identifier: MC 761; T-396; Vt-192; DVD-72, E.9.
Scope and Contents: Series I, BIOGRAPHICAL AND PERSONAL, 1930-2013 (#1.1-3.4, PD.1, E.1-E.10) includes account books; childhood art; art sale lists; exhibit announcements; clippings; work-related correspondence; school papers by Wiseman and yearbooks from Nightingale-Bamford School; a timeline of Wiseman's life; memorial booklets with stories from friends and family after Wiseman's death; and notes on workshops Wiseman conducted or in which she participated. For personal correspondence see also Series II and...

World Ballet News, 1947., 1947. Digital

Item Identifier: MS Thr 411, (2088)
Scope and Contents: The archive includes business and personal papers of George Balanchine from his American years (1933-1983). The only exception is an agreement, signed by Balanchine and a group of young dancers upon leaving Russia in 1924. The archive also includes business correspondence of the New York City Ballet from the time of its establishment in 1948 to 1989. A small part of the archive concerns the operations of the George Balanchine Foundation established three month after Balanchine's death in 1983,...

World Center for Women's Archives, 1936-1940, n.d. Digital

Item Identifier: A-147; M-133, 126.
Scope and Contents: Correspondence, report, pamphlets. Includes incomplete paper by Owens.

World Conference to Review and Appraise the Achievements of the United Nations Decade for Women (Nairobi, Kenya), "Peace Tent Closing Ceremonies," July 19, 1985. Digital

Item Identifier: MC 617, T-363.22.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: The bulk of Robin Morgan's papers (including videos and audiotapes) regarding her childhood, her literary life, her work in civil rights, peace movements, and feminism, and her personal life are held by the Sallie Bingham Center for Women's History and Culture at the Special Collections Library, Duke University. These papers mainly document a portion of her writing career and research efforts.Series I, PERSONAL, 1969-1982 (#1.1-1.4, PD.1-PD.2, E.1), includes a small number of personal...

World Court, 1932 Digital

Item Identifier: MC 546; T-182; M-104, 93.15.
Scope and Contents: Subseries A, Correspondence and office files, 1924-1960 (inclusive), 1928-1939 (bulk) (#59CB-93.18, 128FB.7, M-104) corresponds to an alphabetical index card file kept by Stevens of all IACW files. An index card exists for each folder; some have an extensive listing of what kinds of letters or documents are in each folder. Both the index file and the folders have cross-references to other folders that contain related correspondence; researchers looking for a specific correspondent should check...