Found in 52 Collections and/or Records:
Papers of Irene K. Fischer, mathematician and geodesist, includes typed memoir entitled Geodesy? What's That? My Personal Involvement in the Age-old Quest for the Size and Shape of the Earth; also photographs, diaries, correspondence, awards, notes for speeches, reprints, etc.
Diaries, correspondence, artwork, writings, schoolwork, family records, and photographs of artist and writer Jane F. Babson.
The papers of Kim Chernin, author, poet, psychological consultant, writing consultant, feminist, and lesbian, include correspondence, journals, draft manuscripts, and family papers.
Correspondence, memoirs, financial and legal documents, photographs, etc., of Mary French Weir, her parents John William and Clara Miller French, and other members of the French family.
Movie reviews, articles, essays, book reviews, manuscript drafts, correspondence, diaries, and photographs of feminist film critic Molly Haskell.
Papers of Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Nan Robertson, including correspondence, reader letters, drafts, photographs, audiovisual materials, and clippings.
Diaries, family records, play scripts, correspondence, and speeches of arts consultant, producer, playwright, lyricist, and writer Priscilla Dewey Houghton.
Speeches, professional writings, poetry, memoirs, diaries, correspondence, photographs, audio and videotapes, and electronic records of biologist and feminist Ruth Hubbard.
Diaries, engagement calendars, and correspondence of Ida Maud Cannon; stories, articles/essays, and scrapbooks by Cornelia James Cannon; family correspondence, of Cornelia, Walter B. Cannon, and their children: Bradford Cannon, Wilma (Cannon) Fairbanks, Linda (Cannon) Burgess, Marian (Cannon) Schlesinger, and Helen (Cannon) Bond; photographs of family and events.
Correspondence, manuscript drafts, scrapbooks, clippings, menus, recipes, research materials, photographs, DVDs, and videotapes of Zarela Martinez, Mexican cookbook author, chef, and restaurateur.
Papers of Irma von Starkloff Rombauer, Marion and John Becker, and their German ancestors, including drafts, correspondence with the publisher Bobbs-Merrill, royalty statements, fan mail, and publicity documenting the evolution of the Joy of Cooking through eight editions (1931-1975).
Scanned copy, only available in electronic form, of Louisa Levite Sommers's memoir entitled "Looking Back," in which she describes her childhood in Germany (diphtheria, first day of school, death of her mother), the increasing threat of Nazis, how her family left Germany and came to the United States, and her schooling.