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Papers of historian, professor, and author, Gerda Lerner.
Papers of Mildred Robbins Leet, social activist and cofounder of Trickle Up, a New York-based international non-governmental organization dedicated to alleviating poverty.
Correspondence, oral history transcripts, audiovisual material, photographs, and scrapbooks of Frances Humphrey Howard, sociologist, civil servant, and United States Foreign Service Officer.
Papers of economist and educator Elizabeth Stoffregen May, the first woman director of the Export-Import Bank of the United States and a president of the International Federation of University Women.
Correspondence, diaries, writings, photographs, and home movies of Eloise Bittel Cohen, political and civic volunteer.
Papers of Fran Leeper Buss include writings, correspondence, clippings, and printed materials, which document her life as a wife and mother, oral historian, teacher, and activist. Also included are notes and transcripts of oral history interviews.
Sermons, subject files on the ordination of women priests, church files, photographs, family papers, correspondence, audio- and videotapes of Episcopal priest Katrina Swanson.
Minutes, reports, correspondence, videotapes, audiotapes, posters, and publications related to the Reproductive Health Technologies Project.
Reports, meeting minutes, incorporation papers, by-laws, correspondence, memos, grant applications, publications, financial records, photographs, video and audio recordings, press releases, and financial records of the Boston Women's Fund. Grant applications include pamphlets, brochures, flyers, and other publications from Boston-based grassroots community organizations for women.
Records of the Fishermen's Wives of Gloucester (Association), activists for the New England fishing industry, fishermen, and their families.
Records of the Harvard-Radcliffe Program in Business Administration Oral History Project, 1945-2015 (inclusive), 1997-2002 (bulk)
Audiotapes of interviews, interview transcripts and summaries, donor agreements, meeting minutes, project notes, and electronic records of the Harvard-Radcliffe Program in Business Administration Oral History Project.
Records of the Massachusetts State Division of the American Association of University Women, 1930-1976
Constitutions, by-laws, minutes, etc., of the Massachusetts State Division of the American Association of University Women, founded in 1921 through the merger of the Association of Collegiate Alumnae and the Southern Association of College Women.
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.
Writings, speeches, correspondence, compact discs, audiotapes, DVDs, phonograph records, videotapes, electronic records, and websites of Sheila Tobias, feminist, lecturer and writer on math and science education, especially anxiety in learning as it relates to male and female students.