COLLECTIONS: 1 - 19 of 19
Collection contains audiotapes and transcripts of interviews conducted by Rupp and Taylor with women who played significant roles in the American women's rights movement.
Transcripts and audiocassettes (and related consent forms, notes, correspondence, and printed material) of oral history interviews conducted by biologist Bonnie Spanier of fellow scientists.
Transcripts, correspondence, printed articles, etc., of Charles Ronald Chester, director of an oral history project on the history of women's access to legal professions.
Papers and audiovisual material of writer, scholar, lawyer, anti-pornography and women's rights activist Catharine A. MacKinnon contain school papers, correspondence, writing and research, teaching material, and legal client files.
Correspondence, memoranda, depositions, and trial transcripts from the sex discrimination class action suit, EEOC v. Tufts Institute of Learning.
Papers of Frances Arick Kolb, educational consultant, historian, and Eastern Regional Director and board member of the National Organization for Women.
Audiocassettes and transcripts of oral history interviews with female and male coal miners in Colorado and Utah, conducted by Kristen R. Yount, sociologist and environmental policy consultant.
Papers of Marguerite Rawalt, attorney and officer in the National Federation of Business and Professional Women, National Organization for Women, and Women's Equity Action League.
Legal materials relating Professor Sharon Leijoy Johnson's sex discrimination case against the University of Pittsburgh.
Minutes, reports, correspondence, videotapes, audiotapes, posters, and publications related to the Reproductive Health Technologies Project.
Correspondence, conference proceedings, interview transcripts, etc., of the Massachusetts History Workshop, an organization that brought together "worker-historians and university-based historians" to document and honor the history of working people.
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."