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FOUND IN: Countway Library of MedicineCollection Identifier: H MS c425
Overview: 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.
Overview: Correspondence, letters from readers, press releases, photographs, and writings of Barbara Seaman, feminist, women's health activist, and author.
Overview: Papers of artist, feminist, and writer Judy Chicago.
Overview: Articles of incorporation, by-laws, minutes, membership records, photographs, audiovisual material, etc. of the Junior League of Boston, an educational and charitable organization.
Overview: Audio recordings and related notes of therapy sessions of poet Anne Sexton with Dr. Martin T. Orne. Also included are notes by Diane Wood Middlebrook and correspondence between Sexton and Orne.
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.
Overview: Date books, appointment calendars, biographical material, correspondence, clippings, clinic administrative records, patient records, etc., of Bill Baird, reproductive rights advocate.
Overview: Writings, correspondence, speeches, and subject files of black feminist philosopher and prison abolitionist Angela Y. Davis.
FOUND IN: Countway Library of MedicineCollection Identifier: H MS c274
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...