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Institute for the Coordination of Women's Interests


Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Ethel Puffer Howes papers

Identifier: CA-MS-01031
Abstract Ethel Dench Puffer Howes (Smith College, Class of 1891) was an educator, physchologist, and active participant in the women's rights movement of the 1910s-1930s. Working as the director of the Institute for the Coordination of Women's Interests at Smith College, she advocated for women's ability to balance marriage and a career. These papers include correspondence, published articles, photographs, and biographical information on Howes and her family, all compiled by granddaughter Candace...
Dates of Materials: 1863-1982

Institute for the Coordination of Women's Interests records

Identifier: CA-MS-00081

These records document a research institute to develop methods of combining efficient home management with serious intellectual endeavors. The collection contains correspondence, memoranda, reports, minutes, proposals, and programs.

Dates of Materials: 1922-1983

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Family life education -- Massachusetts -- Northampton 1
Family life education -- United States 1
Home economics -- Massachusetts -- Northampton 1
Home economics -- United States 1
Sisters 1