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Overview: Board records, research questionnaires, flyers, pamphlets, audio and videotapes, electronic records, etc., of Concerned United Birthparents Inc., a birthparent support and adoption reform organization.
Overview: Addenda to the records of the Rutland Corner House (174) founded in 1877 as "Home for Working Women"; the House eventually became a halfway house for mentally ill female outpatients.
Overview: Articles of incorporation, by-laws, minutes, membership records, photographs, audiovisual material, etc. of the Junior League of Boston, an educational and charitable organization.
FOUND IN: Harvard University ArchivesCollection Identifier: HUM 291
Overview: The collection contains the questions used to survey American soldiers during World War II by the Research Branch of the War Department’s Information and Education Division. Under the direction of Samuel A. Stouffer, later director of the Laboratory of Social Relations and professor of sociology (1946-1960) at Harvard University, the survey results provided the United States Army with information to formulate policies and procedures. The survey results were published in four volumes as ...
Overview: Radcliffe class collections contain material relating to the activities of students and alumnae and include minutes of class meetings, reunion material, photographs of alumnae, and autobiographical and biographical information on individual alumnae.
Overview: Papers of Cynthia Ellen Harrison, chair of the Credit Task Force of the National Organization for Women; author of Working Women Speak: Education, Training, Counseling Needs; and compiler of Women's Movement Media.
Overview: Essays, position papers, publicity, etc., of Bread and Roses, Cell 16, and other women's liberation organizations collected by Annie Popkin, founding member of Bread and Roses, activist and educator.
Overview: Records of Boston-area feminist organizations and autobiographical essay by Elisabeth Woodbridge Morris Hogan, feminist.