Women physicians--United States
Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:
Additional papers of Mary Steichen Calderone, physician and pioneer in the field of sex education, consisting of biographical material, speeches, conference material, correspondence, writings, audiotapes, photographs, clippings, etc.
Addenda to the papers (179; M-125) of Mary Steichen Calderone, including correspondence, audiovisual materials, etc.
Addenda to the papers (MC 179; M-125) of Mary Steichen Calderone, including correspondence, biographical material, etc.
Addenda to the papers (MC 179; M-125) of Mary Steichen Calderone, including correspondence, photographs, etc.
Transcripts of letters from Elizabeth Blackwell, the first woman to earn a medical degree in the United States, to Mrs. William Elder and to Dr. Gertrude Walker, recording secretary of the alumnae association of the Women's Medical College of Pennsylvania
Tapes and transcripts of 24 oral histories of the Family Planning Oral History Project, an oral history project of the Schlesinger Library, funded by the Rockefeller Foundation.
Letters, including from Dr. Mary Hobart to her friend Mattie Suter, Mattie Suter to her mother, and other letters from friends and family.
Audiotapes and transcripts of interviews conducted by Margaret Noyes Kleinert with women doctors, concerning how they came to be doctors, and the course of their careers.
Collection consists of family correspondence, diaries, legal and financial records, sermons, photographs, and spirit writings of the Herrick and Chapman families.
Articles about Joyce Wallace, particularly her work with female sex workers; medical research papers by Wallace and others documenting AIDS epidemiology; research files on AIDS; AIDS conference materials; and other materials documenting Wallace's career as a physician, AIDS researcher, and advocate for female sex workers.