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Records of toll roads and bridges, and turnpike companies, New England

Collection Identifier: Mss:729 1803-1847
Scope and Contents: Records of Monson and Petersham Turnpike, Massachusetts, 1804-1815; Blue Hill Turnpike Association, Randolph to Milton, Mass., 1804-1835; and Cornish Bridge Corp., Cornish, N.H., 1846-1847.

Records of Transition House, 1975-1991

Collection Identifier: 84-M18--91-M187; Vt-13
Overview: Newsletters, programs, audiovisual materials, etc., of Transition House, a refuge for battered women and their children in Massachusetts.

Records of various labor union negotiation hearings collection

Collection Identifier: Mss::884 1947-1952
Overview: Transcripts of hearings relating to negotiation of contracts and settlement of grievances with Bethlehem Steel Corporation's Shipbuilding Division (1947), Lever Brothers (1948-1949), Republic Steel Corporation's Gadsden Plant (1951), and West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company (1948-1952). Also documents of Westvaco Chemical Division of Food Machinery and Chemical Corporation and a scrapbook of press releases and clippings.

Records of Voice of Women--New England, 1961-1998

Collection Identifier: 89-M166--98-M8
Overview: Reports, minutes, newsletters, etc., of Voice of Women--New England, a peace organization.

Records of wharfage, Massachusetts

Collection Identifier: Mss:734 1792-1870
Scope and Contents: Letters, reports, legal papers, and other records of East Boston Dry Dock, 1836-1893; dockage records of Commercial Wharf, Boston, 1845-1850; records of Rotch's Wharf, New Bedford, Mass., 1851-1854, and of an unidentified wharfinger of Gloucester, Mass., 1854-1870.

Records of wholesale merchants

Collection Identifier: Mss:761 1761-1906
Scope and Contents: Various types of records, including account books, ledgers, and letter books, of merchants engaged in domestic wholesale marketing: Edward and Michael Toppan of Boston, 1817-1824; John Fairfield of Boston, 1822-1826; John P. Lathrop and Company of Demerara, British Guiana, 1823-1824; Joshua C. Oliver and Company of Philadelphia, 1823-1831; an unidentified leather dealer of New York, 1828-1835; Waterson, Pray and Company of Boston, 1832-1833; French and Greeley of Bangor, Me., 1834-1838; Griggs...

Records of Wider Opportunities for Women, 1965-1987

Collection Identifier: 90-M59--90-M71
Overview: Minutes, correspondence, program reports, etc., of Wider Opportunities for Women, which worked to expand employment opportunities for women through information, employment training, and advocacy.

Records of Womanspace, 1975-1981

Collection Identifier: 81-M139
Overview: Records of Womanspace, a Boston-based feminist therapy collective.

Records of Women Against Pornography, 1979-1989

Collection Identifier: 90-M153--2003-M133; T-434
Overview: Correspondence, reports, studies, press releases, audiotapes, etc., of Women Against Pornography, established to educate men and women about what it saw as the essence of pornography: the degradation, objectification, and brutalization of women.

Records of Women Entrepreneurs Homebased, 1983-2001

Collection Identifier: MC 517
Overview: Records of Women Entrepreneurs Homebased, a monthly support group open to all women running a business from their homes or thinking of doing so.