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Overview: Edited and final transcripts of oral history interviews, audiotapes of interviews, and legal agreements and correspondence related to the Oral History of Radcliffe College during the Horner Years.
Records of the Project on the Status and Education of Women, 1969-1991 (inclusive), 1971-1985 (bulk)
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.
Overview: Records of Radcliffe College's Office of Educational Programs, which managed all undergraduate and non-degree continuing education programs of the college and the institute
Overview: Records of Radcliffe College's Office of Women's Education, which served as an advisory and advocacy body for women students and administered awards and fellowships, internship and extra-curricular programs.
Overview: Records of Radcliffe College's Radcliffe Forum, an advisory and advocacy body for women students, alumnae, and women in the community which administered awards and fellowships, internship and extra-curricular programs.
Overview: Records of Radcliffe College's Office of the Associate Dean (formerly Assistant Dean), which directed research on women's careers and education.
Overview: Typescripts or reprints of papers presented at the Radcliffe College Seminar on Women, a joint project of the Radcliffe Seminars and the Women’s Archives (now the Schlesinger Library) in 1951.
Overview: Records of the Radcliffe Seminars document the history and content of the program through correspondence, minutes, reports and course information.
Overview: Minutes, memos, reports, etc., of Seven Associated Colleges Alumna Clubs, which began in 1926 at Radcliffe, and held annual luncheon meetings in Boston, Mass.
Overview: Minutes, transcripts, reports, etc., of the United States President's Commission on the Status of Women, established by President John F. Kennedy in 1961 to examine the needs and rights of women and to make recommendations for "the diminution of barriers that result in waste, injustice, and frustration."