Found in 475 Collections and/or Records:
The Jean Picker papers consist of 18.5 linear feet and are primarily related to her professional and public life, dating from 1968-86. Types of material include correspondence, speeches, photographs, articles, reports, minutes, publicity, transcripts of interviews, invitations, and notes.
Red Cross volunteer, Vietnam War. Copies of letters from Vietnam; Red Cross material, photographs; and videotapes re: Vietnam .
Author and teacher. Papers include photographs, writings, and clippings.
Teacher of public speaking for women; Lobbyist; Suffragist. This small collection of Jessie Haver Butler's papers consist of biographical information, photographs, personal correspondence, a scrapbook on daycare centers, and Butler's book "Time to Speak Up, a Speaker's Handbook for Women."
The collection contains the records of Jewish Women Watching, a women's rights activist organization that seeks, according to its mission statement, "to challenge and change sexist and oppressive practices in the Jewish community."
Jill Ker Conway was the first female president of the college. Her selection, a watershed in the history of Smith, was also a hallmark in an era of significant change in the perception of women and their role in society. This collection of personal materials includes correspondence, photographs, professional and conference materials, awards, and memorabilia documenting Conway's personal life (1934-2018) and post-Smith career (1975-2018).
Collection consists of correspondence (1931-46); clippings; writings; memorabilia; photographs; and printed material documenting the lives of mother Peggy Murray, diseuse, and daughter Joan Murray, poet.
The Joan Banks Dunlop collection documents the life and work of Dunlop, an activist and leader in women's rights and reproductive health. Especially well documented is the work Dunlop did with International Women's Health Coalition (IWHC) and A Women's Lens on Global Issues.
Professor of History. Collection contains professional papers, correspondence, news clippings and photographs belonging to John Spencer Bassett.
Author. Small collection of manuscripts, biographical material, and memorabilia.
Judith (Judy) Gail Weiner Waxman: A Classic Story of A Female Member of the Baby Boomer Generation compiled by Judy Waxman
Judith (Judy) Gail Waxman (b. 1947) was a lawyer whose career focused on advocating for women’s health. The collection was organized by Waxman in the format of a memoir, with written narration by Waxman interspersed amongst the material. Material primarily centers around Waxman’s professional activities and most prominently features photographs, pamphlets, correspondence, and images of professional ephemera.
Journalist; Civic leader; Editor. Papers consist primarily of correspondence from well known people, including Sherwood Anderson, Louis Bromfield, George Washington Carver, Geraldine Farrar, Dorothy Canfield Fisher, and H. L. Mencken. Also manuscripts, memorabilia, photographs, and newspaper clippings.
Birth control advocate; Pacifist; and Feminist. Papers include correspondence, mostly from Margaret Sanger; pamphlets on birth control and other topics; a thesis on Rublee and Sanger correspondence by Jane Bowers (1994); photographs; and glass slides used for protesting World War I.
Collection consists of diaries, mostly of the "line-a-day" variety, kept by Katherine Browning, pianist and teacher, from the age of 17 until her 69th year (with a few gaps). Also included are two diaries of her adopted daughter, Marian (1910 and 1928). Additions include correspondence, photographs, tintypes, family history notes, and miscellaneous items related to the Browning and Scurrah families.
The collection consists mostly of personal and professional papers of Katherine Gabel, a social worker. It also includes printed material related to the Adobe Mountain School and the Smith College School for Social work.
The collection contains the professional and personal papers of M. Kathleen Bell, a foreign affairs officer in the Bureau of International Organization Affairs, an organizer and officer of International Economic and Social Affairs (ECOSOC), and a U.S. advisor for United Nations Economic and Social Council and General Assembly affairs from 1944-66. Also included is material related to her work as a trustee of Smith College, the Madeira School, and Washington Theological Consortium.
Philanthropist; Pacifist; Poet; and Philosopher. Papers document Florence Haskell Corliss and Thomas Lamont's family, social life, and philanthropic work. Topics include philosophy, philanthropy, Smith College, literature, socialism, United Nations. Materials include correspondence, writings (manuscripts), childhood writings, speeches, diaries, genealogical material, photographs, memorabilia, and clippings.