Found in 100 Collections and/or Records:
Papers of historian, professor, and author, Gerda Lerner.
Papers of Mildred Robbins Leet, social activist and cofounder of Trickle Up, a New York-based international non-governmental organization dedicated to alleviating poverty.
Oral history interview with Alice Kimball Smith, Director of the Radcliffe Seminars, Assistant to the Dean of the Bunting Institute, and Dean of the Bunting Institute.
Speeches by and interviews with lawyer and feminist Marguerite Rawalt on a variety of topics, including women and the law, women and business, women's rights, and the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA).
Audiotape recordings of speaking engagements by and interviews with Sattareh Farman-Farmaian, pioneer in social work in Iran.
The Black Women Oral History Project collection consists of audiotapes and transcripts of 72 oral histories.
Reports, meeting minutes, incorporation papers, by-laws, correspondence, memos, grant applications, publications, financial records, photographs, video and audio recordings, press releases, and financial records of the Boston Women's Fund. Grant applications include pamphlets, brochures, flyers, and other publications from Boston-based grassroots community organizations for women.
Correspondence, diaries, writings, photographs, audiocassettes, compact disc of economist Elisabeth Burger, trade unionist and government official Frieda S. Miller, and labor organizer Pauline Newman.
Cambodian-American Women and Youth Oral History Projects Collection, 1969-2001 (inclusive), 1985-2001 (bulk)
Administrative records, draft transcripts, audiotapes, videotapes, and bound interviews related to the Cambodian-American Women and Youth Oral History Projects. Also includes files and interview transcripts regarding Cambodian puppetry.
Records of the Cambridge Homes, a nonprofit home for elderly people, include board of directors minutes and reports; by-laws, histories, and brochures; files on residents including birth and citizenship documents and cemetery deeds; and oral histories of residents.
Papers of Shirley Graham Du Bois, African American writer, playwright, composer, biographer, teacher, civil rights and left-wing activist.
Correspondence, diaries, writings, and photographs of Katherine Pollak Ellickson, labor economist, assistant director of the AFL-CIO's Social Security department, and executive secretary of the President's Commission on the Status of Women. Correspondence of members of Ellickson's extended family, including her husband, parents, and sister is also included in the collection, along with genealogical material such as family trees.
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.
Records of the Harvard-Radcliffe Program in Business Administration Oral History Project, 1945-2015 (inclusive), 1997-2002 (bulk)
Audiotapes of interviews, interview transcripts and summaries, donor agreements, meeting minutes, project notes, and electronic records of the Harvard-Radcliffe Program in Business Administration Oral History Project.
Summaries of interviews with Boston-area working class women compiled by University of Massachusetts Boston students of Linda Gordon, historian.
Correspondence, oral history transcripts, audiovisual material, photographs, and scrapbooks of Frances Humphrey Howard, sociologist, civil servant, and United States Foreign Service Officer.
Collection consists of transcripts and audio recordings of interviews with African American women carried out by Boehm in preparation for her book, Making a Way out of No Way: African American Women and the Second Great Migration.
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.