Businesswomen -- United States
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Author; Travel specialist; Journalist; Editor; Radio broadcaster. Papers include personal and professional correspondence; manuscripts and some published works of the "So You're Going To..." travel series, radio talks, and biographical writings on Sarah Bernhardt, Marshal Foch and James Whitcomb Riley; clippings; reviews; and photographs.
Dates of Materials: 1903-1932
Overview Editor; Special education activist; Secretary; Volunteer. The papers consist of diaries that span the years from 1930-94 (early diaries include material from her Smith College days) and Touch Toy company's semi-annual newsletters from the years 1977-97.
Dates of Materials: 1930-2002
Overview Owner, Crumperie Tea Room; Red Cross volunteer; YWCA volunteer; Suffragist. Collection includes guest books and memorabilia from the Crumperie Tea Room (Greenwich Village, N.Y., 1916-26) with entries from theatrical and literary personalities; and materials from Mary Alletta Crump's volunteer work with the Grenfell Mission (Labrador) and American Women's Voluntary Service in World War I.
Dates of Materials: 1916-1970
Collection — Multiple Containers
Overview Fashion designer. The collection consists of four scrapbooks and her self-published memoir, Mary Telling. The scrapbooks include photographs of Strudwick's family, travel, design work, fabric samples, and text.
Dates of Materials: 1932-1994 (ongoing)
Overview Journalist; Editor. Papers include material relatedprimarily to her newspaper work. It includes a diary and scrapbooks of articles and travels from her time with the New York Journal American, correspondence with Mina Kirstein Curtiss, research files for a New York Times sex discrimination case, books and book publicity materials, and files from her work at "Business World."
Dates of Materials: 1942 - 2005
File — Box 2: Series 2; Series 3 [Barcode: 310183630156023], Reel: 123, microdex: 3
Scope and Contents Documents concerning the National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs and the YWCA of the U.S.A.'s relationship to it. The federation is created to unite organizations of businesswomen, share conditions faced by professional and career women, work to achieve equitable treatment and recognition in the workplace, gather and share career opportunities and create a feeling of solidarity among career women. The National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs is...
Dates of Materials: circa 1918-1941