Women -- Employment -- Massachusetts
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
FOUND IN: Harvard University ArchivesCollection Identifier: HUD 1851.14
Overview: Charles Augustus Chase (1833-1911) was a member of the Harvard Class of 1855. After graduating from Harvard, Chase worked for the Boston Daily Advertiser as a reporter and office editor until 1862. Chase then held several public offices, serving as treasurer of Worcester County, Massachusetts from 1864 to 1875, and then as Register of Deeds in 1876. His collection of bills demonstrates Chase's financial transactions while an undergraduate at Harvard, and...
Overview: Summaries of interviews with Boston-area working class women compiled by University of Massachusetts Boston students of Linda Gordon, historian.
Overview: These records document the activities, events, and management of Fernside, a vacation house in Princeton, Massachusetts, which provided affordable summer holidays for working women from Boston between 1890 and 1989. Included are correspondence, brochures, games and other entertainments, financial records, photographs, and clippings.
Overview: Records of the Harvard Union of Clerical and Technical Workers, including correspondence, administrative files, organizing campaign material, membership, contract negotiations, publicity, photographs, audiotapes, videotapes, and memorabilia.
Overview: 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.
Overview: Transcripts of interviews, correspondence, photographs, clippings, and videotapes of the Winnie the Welder Oral History Project, conducted by the seventh grade class of the Broad Meadows Middle School in Quincy, Massachusetts.