Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
Advertisements and trade cards depicting women or targeting female consumers.
Papers from the Palazzo Pitti office of the American Committee to Rescue Italian Art (CRIA), founded to restore cultural heritage damaged by the 1966 Florentine flood, include correspondence, reports, invoices, and photographs related to the organization’s activities.
Papers from the I Tatti office of the American Committee to Rescue Italian Art (CRIA), founded to restore cultural heritage damaged by the 1966 Florentine flood, include correspondence, reports, and photographs related to the organization's activities.
Ephemera from the late 1930s German Nazi exhibition of "degenerate art."
Collection of Sally Fox, independent picture researcher, editor, writer, and collector of visual images of women.
Seven illustrated advertising circulars and one catalog promoting Gold Medal Hair Products, hair and skin care products for Black women, from the 1940s to the 1960s.
Materials relating to the career of dancer, singer, and actor Josephine Baker, including an information booklet, a piece of sheet music, postcards, and advertisements.
Correspondence, financial records, pharmacological studies, advertising copy, etc., of the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Company.
The records of the Mautner Project contain organizational records and project files of the Mautner Project, an organization committed to improving the health of women who partner with women including lesbian, bisexual and transgender individuals, through direct and support service, education and advocacy.
Scrapbooks, trip diaries, writings, memoirs, and artwork of artist, pacifist, feminist, and target of anti-communist propaganda Anita Parkhurst Willcox.
Correspondence, speeches, minutes, annual reports, deeds, programs, financial records, newsletters and other publications, press releases, photographs, a videotape, and clippings, etc., of the South Boston Neighborhood House.
Speeches, articles, market research, recipes, writings, proofs, and published advertisements created by Jean Wade Rindlaub, pioneering woman copywriter and advertising executive who specialized in selling products to women consumers.
Correspondence, poetry, fiction, journals, and advertising copy of Miriam Tane Siporin, union organizer and "poet laureate" for the International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union and writer of advertising copy for women's fashions.