Discrimination in employment
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Additional records of 9 to 5, National Association of Working Women (U.S.), 1972-1985
Addenda to the records (79-M116--81-M121) of 9 to 5, National Association of Working Women (U.S.).
Papers of Sharon Leijoy Johnson, 1958-1977 (inclusive), 1972-1977 (bulk)
Legal materials relating Professor Sharon Leijoy Johnson's sex discrimination case against the University of Pittsburgh.
Papers of Jean Tepperman, 1974-1975
Transcripts of interviews with clerical workers, notes, questionnaires, etc., of Jean Tepperman, poet, teacher, writer, and secretary.
Papers of Mildred Hodgman Mahoney, 1944-1969
Correspondence, articles, speeches, of Mildred Hodgman Mahoney, executive secretary of the Massachusetts Governor's Commission for Racial and Religious Understanding (1943-1946) and chair of the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination until 1964.
Records of 9 to 5, National Association of Working Women, 1972-1980
Correspondence, minutes, surveys, etc., of 9 to 5, National Association of Working Women .
Records of the Committee on the Status of Women at Harvard, 1969-1971
Correspondence, memos, notes, etc., of the Committee on the Status of Women at Harvard, created in 1970 to study the status of Harvard’s women students and faculty members.
Records of the Mary Ingraham Bunting Institute, 1933-2008 (inclusive), 1960-1999 (bulk)
Records of the Mary Ingraham Bunting Institute contain the office files of the deans and directors of the Institute: Constance E. Smith, Alice Kimball Smith, Susan Storey Lyman (Acting Director), Patricia Albjerg Graham, Marion Kilson, Mary Baughman Anderson (Acting Director), and Margaret McKenna.
Records of the New York Times Women's Caucus, 1969-1980
Legal documents, memos, depositions, etc., of New York Times Women's Caucus, created in 1972 to fight discrimination against women at the newspaper.
Oral history interviews of the Women's Action Organization, 1974-1977
Tapes and transcripts of interviews focusing on women and their involvement in the beginnings of the women’s reform movement in the United States Department of State during the early 1970s, conducted by the Women's Action Organization, formed to address some of the long-standing inequities in the treatment of women in the State Department and its "sister" Foreign Service agencies.