University of California, Berkeley
Contains ephemera, correspondence, photographs, clippings, announcements, press releases, etc. related to an exhibition of women-owned businesses held annually in Oakland, California
University of California, Berkeley
Contains correspondence, newsletters, directories, photographs, compact discs, and related materials of a professional businesswomen's networking organization based in Oakland, California. Also includes a master's thesis on the club titled, "The effectiveness of networking for women," written by Joan Bennett Dunbar
New York State Historical Documents
Papers include manuscripts, galley proofs, correspondence, and subject files relating to her publications: THE INVISIBLE SCAR (1966), BORN FEMALE: THE HIGH COST OF KEEPING WOMEN DOWN (1968), EVERYTHING A WOMEN NEEDS TO KNOW TO GET PAID WHAT SHE'S WORTH (1973), THE CROWDING SYNDROME: LEARNING TO LIVE WITH TOO MUCH AND TOO MANY (1976), WHAT WOMEN WANT (1979), and THE TWO-PAYCHECK MARRIAGE (1979). There are also subject files on women's issues such as affirmative action, the Equal Rights Amendment, business opportunities, marriage, minority women, women in education, employment, women in the Army, and health
Kansas State Historical Society
Two letters and a certificate received and recipes presumably by Mrs. George P. McEntire -- The letters and certificate reflect her long involvement in Methodist missionary efforts and her achievements exemplified by being named a distinguished alumna of Washburn College (Topeka, Kan.) (now Washburn University)
University of Nevada, Reno - Mathewson IGT Knowledge Center
Primarily correspondence (1961-1970) from Mrs. Blair to Mary Ellen Glass regarding an oral history of Blair's. Also included are auto expense records (1914) and advertisement letters for Blair's poultry business (1947)
University of Maryland
Publications, newsletters, pamphlets, newspaper clippings, course syllabi, and reports collected by Dorothy Sucher, an active member of local women's organizations, documenting the women's movement of the mid to late 1970s in Maryland -- The collection spans the years 1970 through 1980, with the bulk of the material dating between 1977 through 1980. Local organizations represented include the Washington Area Women's Center, the Women's Equity Action League, the Women's Institute for Freedom of the Press, Marylanders for the Right to Choose, and the National Abortion Rights League (NARAL). Topics covered include feminist press, feminist theater, women in business, women in sports, abortion, and the Equal Rights Amendment
Vassar College
Papers include manuscripts, galley proofs, correspondence, speeches, chronological files, and subject files relating to her publications: THE INVISIBLE SCAR (1966), BORN FEMALE: THE HIGH COST OF KEEPING WOMEN DOWN (1968), EVERYTHING A WOMEN NEEDS TO KNOW TO GET PAID WHAT SHE'S WORTH (1973), CASE AGAINST COLLEGE (1975), THE CROWDING SYNDROME: LEARNING TO LIVE WITH TOO MUCH AND TOO MANY (1976), ENTERPRISING WOMEN (1976), WHAT WOMEN WANT (1979), and THE TWO-PAYCHECK MARRIAGE (1979), SECOND CAREERS (1992), LIVES OF OUR OWN (1995). There are also subject files on women's issues such as affirmative action, the Equal Rights Amendment, business opportunities, marriage, minority women, women in education, employment, women in the Army, and health
University of Nevada, Las Vegas Libraries
The Jean Ford papers (1958-1990) focus primarily on southern Nevada and consist of campaign materials, committee minutes, health services information, general improvements, and parks and recreation materials in Nevada. There are also mailing lists, financial records, fund-raising activities, correspondence, and newspaper clippings. There is one box of oversize materials (2 calendars, a map, 3 posters); several artifacts including a film, a book bag, and a scrapbook; and two books: In common cause by John Gardner, 1973, and CAEL 1977