National Library of Australia
Lucinda Mary 'Lucy' Turnbull born 1958 is an Australian businesswoman leader and company director. Turnbull was a former politician and the first Lord Mayor of Sydney between 2003 and 2004.--Information from reference source
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Correspondence, business records, and other papers of members of the Cates family of Burlington, N.C. These papers document John Wesley Cates's activities as a businessman, school board member, and city booster; his daughter, Bertha Cates's, activities as a coal merchant in Burlington; his daughter, Verna Cates Stackhouse's, activites as a supervisor at the King Cotton Mill in Burlington and as an active Democrat; and a number of personal and civic concerns of the family. The papers include thirty-three diary volumes kept by Bertha Cates, discussing her daily activities, 1937- 1979. Organizations with which members of the Cates family were involved include the Burlington Merchants Association, the North Carolina Retail Coal Merchants Association, the First Baptist Church of Burlington (of which John W. Cates was a founder), the Burlington Business and Professional Women's Club (of which Bertha Cates was a founder), and the North Carolina Retail Coal Merchants Association
Texas Tech University - Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library
Consists of photographs of the men and women considered the pioneers of the San Angelo business community (1920-1940)
Chicago History Museum
Financial records, membership information, board meeting minutes, correspondence, newsletters, press releases, and other records of the Chicago Home Economists in Business (CHEIB), an organization that focused on the relationship between home economists, business, and consumers. Members have been mainly women with degrees in home economics who work in professional capacities in fields related to home and family life. The majority of the collection consists of treasurer's records, including financial documents, correspondence with CHEIB members and guest speakers, and notes and literature from board meetings. Also included are monthly newsletters and other printed materials that contain information about the organization's activities, news about businesses and products related to home economics, and job opportunities in the field. Topics include educating consumers about products and services related to home life, raising awareness of home economics as a professional field, developing ... Read More
College of Charleston - Marlene and Nathan Addlestone Library
Photographs, eulogies, audio interview, and clippings relating to the Mendelsohn family of Charleston, South Carolina. Benjamin Mendelsohn and his wife, Fay Zamler Mendelsohn, settled in Charleston in 1907 where Benjamin operated a tailor shop on King Street and Fay later opened her own store, the Bandbox, selling women's hats and dresses. The collection also includes images of the related Bluestein family
Montana Historical Society,-- Library and Archives Dept
Topics include her operation of the Maverick Bar in Roundup from 1939 to 1984; the 1930s Depression; local entertainment; and other Roundup businesses
Idaho State Historical Society,-- Idaho Oral History Center
Farber discusses her involvement with a women's consciousness-raising group, her professional career from Ore-Ida to McLeod Realty; and her personal life beginning in the late 1950s in Boise