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The Abraham Myerson papers and family research records, 1908-2013 (inclusive), 1921-1974 (bulk), are primarily the product of Abraham Myerson’s professional, research, and publishing activities over the course of his career as a neurologist, practicing psychiatrist, and author in Boston, Massachusetts. The papers are arranged in two series: I. Abraham Myerson Papers, 1908-2013, undated; and II. Family Research Records, 1925-2013.
Papers of artist, feminist, and writer Judy Chicago.
Articles of incorporation, by-laws, minutes, membership records, photographs, audiovisual material, etc. of the Junior League of Boston, an educational and charitable organization.
Writings, correspondence, speeches, and subject files of black feminist philosopher and prison abolitionist Angela Y. Davis.
The Leon Eisenberg papers, 1905-2009 (inclusive), 1968-2005 (bulk), are the product of Eisenberg’s activities as a psychiatrist, educator, lecturer, and contributing member of national and international organizations. Eisenberg's main areas of research were autism, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, schizophrenia, and anxiety and depression.
Author, lecturer, educator, poet, and activist, Blu Greenberg helped bridge the gap between feminism and Orthodox Judaism.
Correspondence, diaries, writings, photographs, audiocassettes, compact disc of economist Elisabeth Burger, trade unionist and government official Frieda S. Miller, and labor organizer Pauline Newman.
Writings, correspondence, and papers collected and created by theologian, feminist, animal rights advocate, and social justice activist Elizabeth Farians.
Artist books, notebooks, diaries, appointment books, writings, poetry, correspondence, schoolwork, and photographs of artist and photographer Glenda F. Hydler.
Awards and honors, educational material, sermons, speeches, writings, photographs, memorabilia, audiovisual material, etc. of ordained minister Irene Monroe.
Personal and professional papers, including correspondence, appointment calendars, photograph/scrapbook albums and other photographs, writings, notes, research and printed materials, audiocassettes etc., of feminists and National Organization for Women officers Toni Carabillo and Judith Meuli, who were politically active in California and nationally.
Correspondence, uniforms, program planning materials, financial records, and memorabilia of Camp Kehonka, one of the first camps for girls in the United States.
The William A. Haseltine papers (1962-2008) are the product of Haseltine’s activities as a researcher, business executive, educator, lecturer, consultant, and contributing member of national and international organizations. Haseltine's main areas of research include cancer, HIV and AIDS, and genomics.