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Addenda to the records of the Women's Educational and Industrial Union, a non-profit social and educational agency in Boston, Mass.
Correspondence, biographical materials, diaries, etc., of Hilda Worthington Smith, the first director of the Bryn Mawr Summer School for Women Workers in Industry, and a founder of the Affiliated Schools for Workers, Inc.
Correspondence; conference material; grant proposals; legal files; legislative material; minutes; project and planning files; publications; resource material; audiovisual materials, etc., reflecting Legal Momentum's work to advance the rights of women and girls through litigation and public policy advocacy.
By-laws, correspondence, financial records, membership records and directories, minutes, phone logs, reports, tax records, conference material, programs and projects, press releases, speeches, memorabilia, audiovisual material, photographs, etc., of the International Alliance for Women, a global umbrella organization that unites, supports and promotes professional women and their networks.
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.
Records of 9 to 5, National Association of Working Women (U.S.), Milwaukee Chapter, include administrative, financial, project, and event files; public relations and press; publications and related material; photographs; and electronic records.
Records of the National Coalition for Research on Women's Education and Development, 1962-1979 (inclusive), 1969-1975 (bulk)
Agendas, minutes, notes, reports, etc., of the National Coalition for Research on Women's Education and Development, established in 1970 to help provide an effective national response to women’s educational, occupational and related developmental needs.
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."
Addenda to the records of the Women's Educational and Industrial Union, a non-profit social and educational agency in Boston, Massachusetts, including correspondence, brochures, historical sketches, newsletters, photographs and slides, press releases, and clippings.