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Web site, 2011. Digital

Item Identifier: 2002-M108; Phon-46, E.1
SCOPE AND CONTENT: These addenda include correspondence, minutes, notes, printed materials, photographs, etc., pertaining primarily to Leet's professional and volunteer activities; also included is some personal correspondence between Leet and her parents. The following inventory represents an overview of the type and content of materials in each container. While all folder headings are listed, in some cases one heading may span multiple folders. Most folder headings were created by Leet; any additional...

Web site, 2011. Digital

Item Identifier: 2002-M94, E.1
SCOPE AND CONTENT: The papers include correspondence, minutes, notes, printed materials, photographs, etc., pertaining primarily to Leet's professional and volunteer activities. It also includes personal correspondence between Mildred and Glen Leet, as well as some letters between Mildred Leet, her mother, and her daughters Aileen Robbins and Jane Marla Robbins. The following inventory represents an overview of the type and content of materials in each container. While all folder headings are listed, in some...

Web site, 2011-ongoing. Digital

Item Identifier: MC 683, E.1.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: The records of the Mautner Project document the organization's board of directors, the gneral operations of the office, the outreach and client services programs, the Removing the Barriers program, and development work to secure funding for the organization. The papers have been arranged into five series. Original folder titles are in quotation marks. Videotapes have been cataloged separately; see Mautner Project Video collection, 1990-2006 (...

Web site, 2012-ongoing. Digital

Item Identifier: MC 719; T-475; Vt-250, E.1.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: The collection documents the Women in Theatre Festival held in Boston, Massachusetts, and includes applications to the festival; festival programs; publicity; posters; plays; flyers; grant applications; reviews; financial records; and video and audiotapes. Some material on the Next Stage Theatre and on Sophie Parker's work as a clown is also included. The bulk of the folder headings were created by the archivist; those created by Sophie Parker appear in quotation marks. Parker's business...

Web site, 2013. Digital

Item Identifier: 2012-M132, E.1.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: The collection contains minutes; photographs; bound volumes of the Franklin Square House newspaper, Girls; and research files and notes created by Beth Hinchliffe and Bonnie Hurd Smith for their 2012 book, The House That Love Built: The History of the Franklin Square House. Research files mainly consist of clippings, but also include a small number of brochures, minutes, financial documents, and other material created by the Franklin Square...

Web site, 2013-ongoing. Digital

Item Identifier: MC 498; T-492, E.1.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: Series I, Biographical and Personal, 1928-2006 (#1.1-2.8, 29.11-30.17, T-492.1 - T-492.9, E.1), includes biographical surveys, education and employment information, clippings, interviews, etc. Materials relating to Lerner's enrollment at the New School for Social Research, Columbia University, include applications, admittance letters, transcripts, tuition bills, and correspondence. Her profession career is represented by reports regarding Lerner's scholarly activities as a faculty member of the...

Gerda Lerner web site, 2013-ongoing. Digital

Item Identifier: MC 769; T-493; CD-79; Vt-265; DVD-100, E.6.
Scope and Contents: Series I, BIOGRAPHICAL AND PERSONAL, 1921-2013 (#1.1-11.12, 59CB.1, FD.1, E.1-E.6), includes journals, correspondence, address books and lists, calendars, etc., relating to Lerner's immigration to the United States, her education, and her personal life. Calendars record both personal and professional engagements and addresses include personal and professional contacts. Journals contain accounts of Lerner's daily activities and people, including new acquaintances, colleagues, and friends she...

Web site: Sex, Hope, & Rock 'n' Roll: The Writings of Ellen Willis, 2011-ongoing. Digital

Item Identifier: MC 646; T-373; Vt-179, E.2.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: The papers of Ellen Willis include correspondence, notes, drafts, published articles, teaching files, etc. Most of the collection arrived at the library unfoldered. Folder titles in quotations are Willis's; all others were created by the archivist. While preparing the collection for shipment, Willis's daughter Nona made identifying notes on some documents. These have been kept with the documents, and are generally on pink paper. Series I, BIOGRAPHICAL AND PERSONAL, 1941-2011...

Web site: Susan Griffin, 2017-ongoing. Digital

Item Identifier: MC 884; CD-105; DVD-110; MP-77; T-508; Vt-272, E.1.
Scope and Contents: Series I, BIOGRAPHICAL AND PERSONAL, 1943-2014 (#1.1-10.2, E.1), includes materials related to Griffin's childhood, education, and family, including family correspondence; published interviews and writings about Griffin; awards and diplomas; calendars; and address books. Also included are cards, fliers, and brochures, as well as clippings, and other printed materials related to friends and fellow artists' works, as well as memorial programs commemorating the lives of various friends and family....

Webb, Benjamin H., March 20, 1881, March 20, 1881 Digital

Item Identifier: HOLLIS 601633, 12-4
Scope and Contents: The C.C. (Christopher Columbus) Langdell research notes and correspondence span the years 1852-1902. The bulk of the collection consists of Langdell’s handwritten notes and drafts for lectures, articles, and some of the case briefs that would appear in his books such as A Summary of Equity Pleading . The collection also contains correspondence, the bulk of which is between Langdell and Joseph R. Webster and...