subj25. Holdings related to Women
Holdings related to Women
Found in 49 Collections and/or Records:
Content Description The Anna Marie Hansen Jamison papers include correspondence (1919-1972) with students and colleagues of the various American Missionary Association schools in which Jamison taught. Among these schools and colleges were Chandler Normal in Lexington, Kentucky; Ballard Normal School in Macon, Georgia; Tillotson College in Austin, Texas; Tougaloo College in Tougaloo, Mississippi; and Straight University/Dillard University in New Orleans, Louisiana. Other items include greeting cards, news...
Dates: Other: 1919-1972
Content Description Items include correspondence, minutes, proceedings of the National Conference of Christian Work among the Chinese Americans, history of the Pacific Chinese Mission, by-laws, and constitution of the Women's Missionary Society of the Pacific Coast, History of the Mission of the Methodist Episcopal Church to the California Chinese, statistics of the Chinese Churches, Missions, Schools, and Institutions, and biographies of Lee San Hong, 1879-1950 and Chan Hon Fan. The collection also contains 200...
Dates: Other: 1873-1976
Scope and Contents The Inez Adams papers document Adams' career as a sociologist and anthropologist. The collection consists of correspondence, financial documents, field notes, and collected publications, and the collection spans the years 1914 to 1966. The papers have been arranged into seven series, which are arranged as follows: Biographical material, correspondence, faculty appointments, field notes, financial records, writings by Inez Adams, and writings collected by Inez Adams. Items of particular...
Dates: Created: 1914-1966; Other: Date acquired: 01/01/1968
Scope and Contents This collection is a valuable resource for the study of the abolitionist movement. It includes approximately 350,000 manuscript pieces. The mass of these was written during the period from 1839 to 1882, but several thousand are dated before and after that time. The manuscripts include some of the treasurers’ papers and minutes of Executive Committee meetings, as well as other items such as sermons, statistical reports, drawings, photographs, and essays; however, letters make up the large...
Dates: Created: 1828-1969; Other: Majority of material found in 1839-1882; Other: Date acquired: 08/22/1968
Content Description The Robert Avon Bennett papers consists of correspondence, new clippings, church bulletins, speeches, sermons, and other printed items generated by Bennett in the course of his training as a minister in the Episcopal Church and in his practice of the profession. Items include notebooks for courses, programs, school catalogs, especially for the Episcopal Theological School where Bennett was appointed to the faculty as a graduate fellow, and other printed items. Foreign and domestic...
Dates: Other: 1955-1986
Collection — Box 3
Scope and Contents This collection consists primarily of outgoing and incoming correspondence. Primary correspondents include John Hope, Frank S. Horne, Mary W. Ovington, William Pickens, the Rev. Adam Clayton Powell Sr., John J. Tigert, Walter White, Roy Wilkins, and Plummer Bernard Young. The correspondence is chiefly invitations to speak and letters of congratulations to Bethune after being named the recipient of the 21st Joel E. Spingarn Medal. This includes a congratulatory telegram from Herbert Hoover,...
Dates: Created: 1923-1942; Other: Majority of material found in 1927-1936; Other: Date acquired: 01/01/1969
Content Description The Reber Simpkins Cann papers include the 1948 summer issue of Negro Heroes, as well as detailed minutes, agendas, reports and correspondence from a myriad of social justice organizations. Simpkins Cann served on various councils, and participated in initiatives to improve employment opportunities, access and quality of life for Black communities in Cincinnati, Ohio and on a national level. Her advocacy efforts included participation in the NAACP, the National Urban League, the National...
Content Description The papers of actress, journalist and educator Dr. Marguerite Cartwright chronicle her personal life, career and academic endeavors. The collection encompasses 165.59 linear feet and provides an in-depth look at African Americans and world affairs, contemporary issues facing the United States in the mid-twentieth century, the anti-colonialism movement following World War II, and the United Nations through her work as an accredited UN correspondent for the Pittsburgh Courier. She was interested...
Scope and Contents The papers of Elizabeth Catlett, sculptor, graphic artist, teacher, and political activist, consist of correspondence, audiotape cassettes, biographical data, news clippings, notes, photographs, exhibition catalogs, posters, writings, and a reel-to-reel film. The papers have been arranged into three general groups: correspondence, non-correspondence and oversized items, and is arranged alphabetically according to topic and chronologically within each file unit. Non-correspondence includes...
Dates: Created: 1959-1984; Other: Date acquired: 01/01/1984