Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
Addenda to the papers (MC 304) of Edith Banfield Jackson, pediatrician and child psychiatrist, includes correspondence with colleagues, photographs and documentation of early day care centers, family correspondence, and patient records.
The Black Women Oral History Project collection consists of audiotapes and transcripts of 72 oral histories.
Papers documenting the career of Harvard Law School graduate, Gary Greenberg, both as a lawyer at the Department of Justice during the late 1960s, as well as his personal interest in civil rights.
Audiotapes of National Organization for Women national board meetings, national conference proceedings and workshops, interviews, and speeches.
Although this collection begins with some miscellaneous material from the Harvard law review, the bulk of these briefs is drawn from Judd's years in private practice and from his time as Solicitor General of New York. The Judd Briefs also includes judicial opinions published and speeches given by the judge during his tenure on the United States District Court for Eastern New York.
Correspondence, speeches, minutes, etc., of Louise Leonard Wright, interior decorator and lecturer.
Correspondence, speeches, scrapbooks, etc., of civic worker, political campaigner, and advocate of civil rights, birth control, and women's rights, Martha Ragsdale Ragland.
Correspondence, minutes, memos, etc., of Mary O. Eastwood, lawyer and feminist.
Records of the Massachusetts Branch of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, 1915-1977
Correspondence, newsletters, financial records, etc., of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, Massachusetts Branch, which organized protest marches, obtained funds for the relief of the poor in many parts of the world, and organized community action for the repeal of unjust laws and for the passage of disarmament and anti-war bills.
Addenda to the records of the Women's Equity Action League (WEAL), a national membership organization with state affiliates, founded in 1968 and dedicated to improving the status and lives of all women primarily through education, litigation, and legislation.
The political activities of the first generation of fully enfranchised Connecticut women, 1920-1945, oral history transcripts, 1980-1982
Interview transcripts and data sheets with biographical information from Political Women in Connecticut project, sponsored by the Center for Oral History and the Women’s Studies Program at the University of Connecticut.