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Records of the Berkshire Conference of Women Historians, 1930-2019

Collection Identifier: MC 606
Overview:

Records of the Berkshire Conference of Women Historians, including correspondence, administrative records, conference files, photographs, and t-shirts.

Papers of Ruth Rosen, 1965-2015

Collection Identifier: MC 864
Overview:

Photography, teaching materials, writings, and class notes of Ruth Rosen, historian, professor, and journalist.

Papers of Shirley Nuss, 1958-1994 (inclusive), 1975-1994 (bulk)

Collection Identifier: 2004-M93
Overview:

Papers of sociologist Shirley Nuss.

Records of the Committee for the Equality of Women at Harvard, 1975-2014

Collection Identifier: SC 147; R-32
Overview:

Project files, clippings, minutes, photographs, and correspondence of a committee of Radcliffe alumnae dedicated to ending sex discrimination at Harvard.

Records of the Project on the Status and Education of Women, 1969-1991 (inclusive), 1971-1985 (bulk)

Collection Identifier: MC 557; T-81; Vt-9
Overview:

Records (including correspondence, publications, meeting notes, government testimonies, and research files) of the Project on the Status and Education of Women, a project of the Association of American Colleges focusing on improving access to and achieving equity in higher education for women.

Papers of Ann Scott, 1932?-1976

Collection Identifier: 91-M132--93-M1; T-275; Vt-89
Overview:

Correspondence, photographs, financial records, etc., of Ann London Scott, vice-president for legislation of the National Organization for Women and a founder of the Buffalo, New York, chapter of NOW.

Records of the Senior Faculty Caucus for Gender Equality, 2004-2008

Collection Identifier: MC 1074
Overview:

The records of the Senior Faculty Caucus for Gender Equality consists of correspondence, clippings, and printed minutes of Harvard Faculty of Arts & Sciences meetings documenting controversy arising from comments made by Harvard President Lawrence H. Summers on the subject of women's ability to excel in science.