Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
An artificial collection documenting the evolution of medical and scientific thinking and practice relating to women's health. Topics include abortion, birth control, childbirth, eugenics, female genital mutilation, lactation, infant mortality, marriage instruction, mental hygiene, motherhood, nutrition, obstetrics, sexuality, sterilization, and AIDS. Types of materials include printed material, research materials, reports, and surveys.
Documents concerning commissions of the Student Christian Movement in New England. Commissions formed from student representatives and staff advisors and are created to "goad the whole Movement into study and action on the crucial problems." This is accomplished through study, reports, conferences or special programming and the dissemination of information.
Collection contains manuscripts and published material, including books dating from the early nineteenth century. The collection consists primarily of published sources such as lectures, sermons, and printed material; but also includes a significant amount of unusual and unique material such as household bills and inventories, letters, lists, and notes.