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Overview: Correspondence, drafts, research notes, conference materials, publications, etc., of Ellen K. Silbergeld, environmental toxicologist and research scientist.
Overview: Addenda to the papers of Louise W. Holborn include biographical and personal material; correspondence; teaching papers; speeches, conference and membership materials; writings; reference files; photographs, and an audiocassette.
Overview: Oral history interview with Alice Kimball Smith, Director of the Radcliffe Seminars, Assistant to the Dean of the Bunting Institute, and Dean of the Bunting Institute.
Overview: Interviews conducted by Wilma Stokely Dykeman with Edna Rankin McKinnon, birth control advocate. Includes discussion about the her childhood, travels, and family planning outreach efforts.
Overview: Research, talks, and interviews with research scientist Jeanne Mager Stellman regarding the Women's Occupational Health Resource Center and the field of occupational health and safety.
Overview: Collection consists of music, memoir and other readings, conversations, etc. captured in audiovisual formats by pioneer in cognitive neuroscience, feminist, and author Naomi Weisstein.
Helen L. Brooks collection relating to the Harvard University Underwater Sound Laboratory and the Harvard University Division of Engineering and Applied Physics Wives Committee
FOUND IN: Harvard University ArchivesCollection Identifier: HUM 315
Overview: Helen Lathrop Brooks (1917- ) worked as an editorial secretary at the Harvard University Underwater Sound Laboratory from March 1942 to July 1945. In 1958, Brooks founded and chaired the Division of Engineering and Applied Physics Wives Committee, which served as a social organization for the department's faculty members and their wives until 1977, when the group formally disbanded. The collection contains photographs of the Harvard Underwater Sound Laboratory, as well as employee rosters and...
Overview: Correspondence, questionnaires, printed material, etc., of the Intercollegiate Bureau of Occupations and its predecessor Bureau of Vocational Information.
Overview: Elizabeth D. (Dexter) Hay (1927-2007), B.A., 1948, Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts; M.D., 1952, Johns Hopkins Medical School, Baltimore, Maryland, was Chair of the Department of Anatomy (later the Department of Cell Biology) at Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts, and the first woman to be made a full professor in a preclinical department at Harvard Medical School. The Hay papers reflect Hay’s work as a cell biologist and related professional activities, including attendance...