African American women -- Employment
Found in 57 Collections and/or Records:
Aileen C. Hernandez papers
Business and Industrial women, 1920-1947
Business and Industrial women, 1936-1947
Business and Industrial women, 1930-1948
Business and Industrial women, Business and professional women, 1919-1949
Business and professional women, 1925-1947
Business and professional women, 1927-1939
Issues of "The Program Exchange" and its predecessor, "The Exchange Sheet." The publications were used by the YWCA of the U.S.A. National Council of Business and Professional Women to communicate programming ideas and methods to local or regional association secretaries. In addition, the newsletter provides updates of the activities of local associations, reports on internal and related external conferences and gives advice for implementing projects and programming.
Business, professional, and industrial women, 1948-1952
Business, professional, and industrial women, 1950-1951
Conventions, eighth, 1924
Conventions, fourteenth, 1936
Conventions, ninth, 1926
Conventions, sixteenth, 1939-1940
Conventions, tenth, 1928
Conventions, thirteenth, 1934
Doris Vivian Wilson papers
Doris Vivian Wilson worked for many years for the YWCA of Metropolitan Chicago, and was the first African American executive of that organization.This collection includes awards, photograph of unidentified African American woman under a YWCA of Metropolitan Chicago poster, primitive wood carving, paper parasol, and oher memorabelia.
East Central Field Committee minutes and reports, 1918-1922
Evelyn Boyd Granville papers
The collection contains the personal papers of Evelyn Boyd Granville, mathematician, computer scientist, and educator.
Household employment, circa 1925-1941
Household employment, 1934-1940
Materials for local household employee associations alphabetical by city for Akron, Ohio through Duluth, Minnesota. Listing includes Canada and materials include questionnaires surveying domestic workers' hours, wages, and treatment, educational materials for employees and employers, legislative information, activities, and reports on local domestic worker problems.