Photograph caption dated January 11, 1956 reads "Virginia Greiner, center, assumes provisional chairmanship of newly organized Valley Plaza Business and Professional Women's Club which is being sponsored by Sun Valley BPW. From left are Peggy Cross, provisional secretary; Amy Ardouin, Sunset District membership chairman; Virginia, Greiner, Christine Christopher, president, Sun Valley BPW, and Thelma Smith, provisional treasurer.".
Pictured is Wynn Melton, interior decorator and co-owner of Alwyn Studios interior decorating store in Studio City. In addition to being a decorator and business woman, Melton is president of the Soroptimist Club of North Hollywood, Studio City and Toluca Lake. She is also public affairs chairman of the Studio City Business and Professional Women's Club and on the Board of Directors for the Studio City Chamber of Commerce. Photograph dated March 13, 1962
Photograph article dated March 29, 1960 reads, "Busy Line - "Marty" Markin handles purchasing and contracts for Markin and Caston. Successful Valley electronics plant, owned and operated by two women, is expanding for second time in four years.".
Photograph article dated May 21, 1962 reads, "German-born Erika Peters may not be the only actress in Hollywood who takes in laundry but she's sure the only one who isn't ashamed to admit it. In fact, she's quite proud of it - and justly so. This five-foot bundle of sex appeal owns five (count 'em: five) of Los Angeles' plushest do-it-yourself Laundromats. So the phrase 'She's cleaning up' is doubly true for Miss Peters since she not only is extremely active in the lucrative movie and TV fields but is also considered one of the town's most astute young business women. Not content to be 'Queen of Hollywood Laundresses, ' Erika's business interests include importing Volkswagens, hotel property in Phoenix and a ranch in Australia. Well, that's sho' business, honey-chile. Yazzuh, yazzuh.".
Pictured is Erna Leuschner, wife of Kurt Leuschner, former research engineer for General Motors, illustrating how she cut water pipes during the war while her husband served in the Army Air Corps. The Leuschners operate a hardware store in Northridge. Photograph dated July 13, 1950
Part of a group of negatives taken for December 11, 1957, Arkansas Gazette article "Congo Country Store Combines Old and New," B1:2. Owned by H.A. Maertens, the Congo Mercantile Company has remained in the same location in Congo, Saline County, Arkansas since 1922. In this family operated store, Mr. H.A. (Herman August) Maertens (1895-1972) and his wife Clara Katherine Maertens (1906-1998) watch over their daughter Jeanette at the register
Dr. Diamond relates her observations of women who live in ares of high altitudes in the world, who work in high places in the business world, women scientists and the declining of scientific literacy in schools. She also emphasizes the importance of creativity in life
Dr. Ruth Miller, one of Cleveland's most successful businesswomen, discusses the nature of power, especially as it applies to women, and, on a more personal level, she talks about experiences and influences that have shaped her life as well as what, for her, constitutes a successful life