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Thu Feb 12 22:12:56 2015 UTClccn-n886507330.00Interview with Sadja Goldsmith, M.D. /0.931.00Interview with Ida Craven Merriam : November 20, 22, and 23, 198253270976n 88650733lccn-n50005202Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in Americalccn-n50057313Radcliffe Collegelccn-n86025581Jordan, W. K.(Wilbur Kitchener)1902-lccn-n80126011United StatesSocial Security Administrationlccn-n50005203Radcliffe CollegeWomen's Archiveslccn-no97003454Eliot, Martha May1891-1978lccn-n88650729Merriam, Ida Craven1904-lccn-n78030864Haber, Barbaranp-horton, mildred mcafee$1900Horton, Mildred McAfee1900-lccn-n85052080National League of Women Voters (U.S.)Cheek, Jeannette BaileyHistoryBiographyInterviewsWomen--Library resourcesUnited StatesLabor laws and legislationWomen economistsRadcliffe CollegeMassachusetts--CambridgeArthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in AmericaCollective bargainingBirth controlWomen in medicineJordan, W. K.--(Wilbur Kitchener),Women--Education (Higher)AbortionPolitical scienceLabor unionsSocial securityCheek, Jeannette BaileyMaternal and infant welfarePerkins, Frances,Radcliffe College.--Women's ArchivesWorld War (1939-1945)EmployeesOlmsted, Mary SChayes, Antonia Handler,Democratic Party (U.S.)Women--EducationPépin, JacquesStudentsStantial, Edna LampreyDreier, Katherine Sophie,Jacobi, Mary Putnam,United States.--Children's BureauHarvard School of Public HealthSchlesinger, Arthur M.--(Arthur Meier),Women physiciansDiplomatic and consular serviceRepublican Party (U.S. : 1854- )Abbott, Grace,Ferguson, Mary HarroverFraney, PierreWomen--EmploymentBeard, Mary Ritter,Merriam, Ida Craven,Child, JuliaWomen's Educational and Industrial Union (Boston, Mass.)World Health OrganizationBerkshire Conference on the History of WomenJames, Janet Wilson,Beyer, Clara M.--(Clara Mortenson)Skelly, Madge193719391969197019721973197419751976197719781979198019831984642937026.3014120973Z733ocn023439015ocn073431002ocn421864596ocn232007177ocn122421565303ocn002780122book19700.94Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in AmericaThe Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America, 1968-197041ocn023439015book19370.97Cheek, Jeannette BaileyLabor unions and the lawHistory41ocn029689573book19720.74Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in AmericaThe Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America, 1970-197231ocn012118753book19841.00Merriam, Ida CravenInterview with Ida Craven Merriam : November 20, 22, and 23, 1982Biography21ocn073431002book19390.92Cheek, Jeannette BaileyThe National Labor Relations Act; a guarantee to collective bargaining22ocn122545310mix1.00Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in AmericaSchlesinger-Rockefeller oral history project :Interviews with people documenting their roles in the fields of health service, maternal and child care, family planning, and reform of abortion laws. V.1: Sarah R. Weddington; v.2: Helen B. Taussig; v.3: Lana C. Phelan; v.4: Sarah and Christopher Tietze; v.5: Patricia Maginnis12ocn232007177book1.00Cheek, Jeannette BaileyHistoryLetters of Susan Brownell Anthony, Ednah Dow Cheney, and Elizabeth Smith Miller, among others, purchased by the Friends of the Schlesinger Library in May 1973 to honor Cheek and her retirement. Addenda were purchased in 1975, 1977, and 1978. Letters concern suffrage, freedmen, religion, and education for women12ocn232006985book1.00Women in the Federal Government Oral History ProjectInterviewsCollection consists of tapes and transcripts of the oral histories and supporting documentation. Topics covered include the interviewee's family background, education, choice and development of career and how it was affected by her sex, personal circumstances, memberships in organizations, awards, and her attitudes towards the Equal Rights Amendment and the women's movement11ocn001016252book19690.82Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in AmericaThe Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America, 1966-196811ocn232009693mix1.00Jordan, W. KHistoryCollection includes correspondence, memoranda, programs, speeches, etc., relating to Radcliffe College's 75th anniversary, December 3, 1954. Also includes a transcript of an oral history interview by Jeannette Bailey Cheek, on December 27, 1974, and January 2, 1975. Jordan discusses his presidency, including fundraising, the Radcliffe Seminars, the Women's Archives, construction of new buildings and dorms, and the relationship between Radcliffe and Harvard during World War II11ocn406350795mix1.00Women in the Federal Government Oral History ProjectRecordsCollection consists of biographical information, photographs, and some of the oral histories. Topics covered include the interviewee's family background, education, choice and development of career and how it was affected by her sex, personal circumstances, memberships in organizations, awards, and her attitudes towards the Equal Rights Amendment and the women's movement. Also included are transcripts of interviews with Elizabeth A. Brown, Elizabeth J. Harper, Georgiana M. Prince, Nancy Vivian Rawls, and Melissa Wells, conducted by Larry Grahl as part of a research project for the Executive Seminar in National and International Affairs of the Foreign Service Insitute, U.S. Department of State, and intended as addenda to the Women in the Federal Government Oral History Project11ocn232009678mix19731.00Jordan, Frances RumlHistoryTranscript of an oral history interview by Jeannette Bailey Cheek records Jordan's recollections of student life at Radcliffe; the academic and social relationship between Radcliffe and Harvard; interior decoration of Radcliffe's buildings; administrative details, admissions, and outreach of the college from the 1930s to 1960s; and her activities and responsibilities as president's wife while living at Greenleaf House11ocn421864596rcrd19751.00Cheek, Jeannette BaileyThe career of Dr. Martha EliotAs part of a series of symposia at the Schlesinger Library sponsored by the Rockefeller Foundation, Jeannette Cheek and Linda Henry read from the Dr. Martha Eliot manuscript collection at the Schlesinger Library and discuss an oral history interview conducted with her. Eliot was a professor in the Harvard School of Public Health, chief of the Children's Bureau and a birth control advocate11ocn888084783rcrd19791.00Sharpe, Mary ElizabethMary Elizabeth Sharpe interviewInterviewsInterview of Mary Elizabeth Sharpe conducted by Jeannette Bailey Cheek in Providence, Rhode Island12ocn232008230mix1.00Family Planning Oral History ProjectCollection contains tapes and transcripts of the 24 oral histories, and research materials collected by the interviewers, consisting of printed and manuscript material and photographs. The interviews discuss the family background, education, marriage, children and careers of the interviewees11ocn232006969mix1.00Bunting-Smith, Mary IngrahamContains tapes and transcript of an oral history interview conducted with Mary I. Bunting-Smith by Jeannette B. Cheek11ocn010761410book19770.47Phelan, Lana ClarkeInterview with Lana Clarke Phelan : November 197511ocn041645005book19831.00Keyserling, Mary DublinWomen in Federal Government Project : interview with Mary Keyserling, February 1, 2, 3 and 4, 1982Interviews11ocn054175100book19741.00Schlesinger-Rockefeller oral history project : interviews with Martha May Eliot, M.D., November 1973-May 197411ocn007379309book19800.47Bunting, Mary IngrahamOral memoir, September-October, 1978 : transcripts of interviews22ocn232006526mix1.00Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in AmericaRecords of the Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in AmericaRecords contain office files reflecting the evolution of the Library and many of its activities. Include correspondence and other material concerning the Women's Rights Collection; Library directors' and staff correspondence; financial records; Advisory Committee minutes; records of the Friends of the Library and special projects and grants; and publicity files11ocn232007909mix19831.00Young, Louise MerwinInterview with Young, political scientist, author, and feminist, by Jeannette Bailey Cheek, 1983, sponsored by the Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe College, and the League of Women Voters11ocn122413513mix19751.00Fisk, Amelia WorthingtonTs. transcript (18 pps.) of interview by Jeannette Bailey Cheek, June 9, 1975, about Fisk's reform work. Also one ms. letter of recommendation for Fisk, n.d11ocn122566103mix1.00Morse, Theresa JacobsonThe collection consists exclusively of Morse's work-related papers. Materials from her work with the National War Labor Board consist primarily of correspondence, reports, and her notes. She seems to have focused particularly on the textile industry in Massachusetts. There are syllabi, handouts, and notes from courses on labor that she took at Harvard (1946-1947). Morse's work with the League of Women Voters evidently also focused on labor and economic issues; there are printed materials, correspondence, memos, and meeting minutes about state taxes and public expenditures in Massachusetts and on such issues as strikes and collective bargaining01ocn019893191book1976Goldsmith, SadjaInterview with Sadja Goldsmith, M.D.Fri Feb 13 10:31:14 EST 2015batch15950