COLLECTIONS: 26 - 50 of 51
Correspondence, appointment books, lecture notes, manuscript drafts, photographs, and audiotape of historian Janet Wilson James, professor at Boston College and director of the Schlesinger Library.
Papers of writer, feminist philosopher, and lesbian activist Joyce Trebilcot contain school papers; correspondence; writings on philosophy, feminism, and lesbianism; class lecture notes, syllabi, reviews of teaching; and presentations and lectures.
Lecture notebooks, autobiographical sketch, astronomical problems, and astronomy final exams created by Arthur Searle; also correspondence and course materials of Margaret Harwood, Radcliffe College Class of 1907.
Lecture notes, tales and songs, correspondence, photographs, etc., of Mary Elizabeth Barnicle Cadle, teacher of folklore and English literature.
Correspondence, course work, grades, and notes of Mary Lee, Radcliffe College Class of 1917.
Correspondence, speeches, writings, and teaching materials of Ruth S. Morgenthau, professor of international relations at Brandeis University and expert on African studies and world food issues.
Correspondence, teaching syllabi, research notes, and writings of Susan Moller Okin, professor of political science, known for establishing the research field of gender and political science.
Correspondence, reports, notes, etc., of Theresa Jacobson Morse, unit chief in the Wage Stabilization Division of Region I of the National War Labor Board, president of the Massachusetts League of Women Voters, and chair of the Divisional Committee on Recreation, Informal Education and Group Work of United Community Services.
Records of the Mary Ingraham Bunting Institute contain the office files of the deans and directors of the Institute: Constance E. Smith, Alice Kimball Smith, Susan Storey Lyman (Acting Director), Patricia Albjerg Graham, Marion Kilson, Mary Baughman Anderson (Acting Director), and Margaret McKenna.
Bylaws, minutes, financial records, etc., of the Saturday Morning Club, established to promote "culture and social intercourse" for young women in Boston, Massachusetts.
This collection chiefly chronicles Henry Edwards Scott, Jr. (1900-1990) studies in the fields of chemistry, engineering sciences, English, mathematics, physics, and music at Harvard University primarily from 1918 to 1922, and his participation in student organizations including the Pi Eta Club and the Harvard Glee Club. A drawing and a commercial advertisement demonstrate Scott’s career as an artist.
Eileen Jackson Southern (1920-2002) was the first African-American woman to be appointed as a tenured full professor at Harvard University, where she taught from 1975 to 1987. The collection consists of correspondence, writings, and publications that chronicle her time as a Harvard College professor and as Chair of the Afro-American Department, as well as her tenure at the City University of New York, and retirement.
The Stephen W. Lagakos papers, 1971-2009 (inclusive), 1995-2009 (bulk), are the product of Lagakos’s activities as an HIV/AIDS researcher, biostatistician, and professor of biostatistics.