Papers of Bernice Resnick Sandler, 1963-2008


Papers of Bernice Resnick Sandler, 1963-2008

Correspondence, writings, testimonies, speeches, subject files, photographs, and audiovisual material of Bernice Resnick Sandler, feminist and activist specializing in educational equity for women, gender issues in higher education, and other issues of women's rights and equality.

28.98 linear ft.; (69 + 1/2 file boxes) plus 1 folio folder, 2 folio+ folders, 1 oversize folder, 2 supersize folders, 2 audiotapes, 16 videotapes, 1 CD, 5 photograph folders, 1 photoCD, 29 objects, and electronic records

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University of Maine at Farmington (corporateBody)

University of Oregon. Center for Teaching Writing (corporateBody)

The Univeristy of Oregon was established on October 19, 1872 and began classes on October 16, 1876. In 1915 there were 119 professors and instructors; by 1934 that number had grown to over 174 faculty. From the guide to the Faculty bulletins and scrapbooks, 1914-1934, (Special Collections and University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries) The High School debating league was started by the Oregon Teacher Association. The University of Oregon contributed by publishing th...

Sangamon State University (corporateBody)

Aspen Institute's (corporateBody)

Oregon Women in Higher Education (corporateBody)

St. Thomas University (Fredericton, N.B.) (corporateBody)

Continuing Committee of the Conference (corporateBody)

Sassower, Doris (person)

Catholic University of America (corporateBody)

The Catholic University of America (CUA) is a private university located in Washington, D.C. in the United States. It is a pontifical university of the Catholic Church in the United States and the only institution of higher education founded by the U.S. Catholic bishops.[7] Established in 1887 as a graduate and research center following approval by Pope Leo XIII on Easter Sunday,[8] the university began offering undergraduate education in 1904. The university's campus lies within the Brookland n...

University of Hawaii (corporateBody)

University of North Carolina (1793-1962) (corporateBody)

The University of North Carolina was chartered by the state's General Assembly in 1789. Its first student was admitted in 1795. The governing body of the University, from its founding until 1932, was a forty-member Board of Trustees elected by the General Assembly. The Board met twice a year; at other times the business of the University was carried on by the Board's secretary-treasurer and by the presiding professor (called president beginning in 1804). Other faculty members later assumed the r...

University of Virginia. School of law (corporateBody)

Royal lieutenant-Governor of Virginia. From the description of Exhibit, 1962 June, of papers and plans [manuscript] 1737-1962. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647966006 ...

De Paul University (corporateBody)

Thompson Publishing (corporateBody)

University of Georgia. International Student Life Office (corporateBody)

The University of Georgia (UGA) is the largest institution of higher learning in the state of Georgia. Located in Athens, Georgia, approximately 70 miles northeast of Atlanta, it was the first state-chartered university in the United States. In 2005 U.S. News & World Report magazine ranked UGA 19th in its list of the top 50 public universities for a sixth year in a row. UGA also ranks 58th overall (public and private) in the nation. Today, it is the largest university of the University Syste...

Alice Rossi (person)

Senate Committee on Labor and Human Resources (corporateBody)

Rockefeller Public Service Award (corporateBody)

University of Northern Colorado (corporateBody)

Delaware Theatre Company. (corporateBody)

The Delaware Theatre Company (DTC) was founded in Wilmington, Delaware in 1978 with a mission to create theater of the highest professional quality in Delaware and thereby enrich the vitality of the area through artistic programming, education and community service. The largest professional theater in Delaware, DTC was the collective brainchild of Cleveland Morris, Peter DeLaurier and Ceal Phelan. The three friends founded DTC "to revive a city that had fallen victim to the race rio...

Sheila Tobias (person)

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. (corporateBody)

Carter, Jimmy, 1924- (person)

Jimmy Carter (James Earl Carter, Jr.), thirty-ninth president of the United States, was born on October 1, 1924, in Plains, Georgia, and grew up in the nearby community of Archery. His father, James Earl Carter, Sr., was a farmer and businessman; his mother, Lillian Gordy, a registered nurse. He was educated in the Plains public schools, attended Georgia Southwestern College and the Georgia Institute of Technology, and received a B.S. from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1946. In the Navy he became a ...

Sheila Rothwell (person)

Gettysburg college (corporateBody)

University of Arizona, 1966-67 (corporateBody)

University of Arizona recognition of 100 years of land-grant colleges and universities, 1862-1962, and the university’s participation in the centennial convocation of the American Association of Land-Grant Colleges and State Universities held at Kansas City, 1961. From the guide to the University of Arizona Land-Grant centennial records, 1960-1962, (University of Arizona Libraries, Special Collections) University of Arizona recognition of 100 years of land-grant colleges and...

Daniel Webster College (corporateBody)

Georgetown University. Institute of Languages and Linguistics (corporateBody)

Villanova University. Falvey Memorial Library (corporateBody)

Pace College (corporateBody)

American Women for International Understanding. (corporateBody)

Arlene Daniels (person)

Martha Church (person)

American council on education (corporateBody)

Founded in 1918, the American Council on Education is a coordinating body for American institutions of higher education. From the guide to the American Council on Education Latin American Slide Collection N/A., 1945, (Benson Latin American Collection, The University of Texas at Austin) Founded in 1918, the American Council on Education (ACE) is the nation's unifying voice for higher education. ACE serves as a consensus leader on key higher education issues and seeks to influ...

Iowa Coalition Against Sexual Assault (corporateBody)

Shirley Curry (person)

California Women's Law Center (corporateBody)

Joseph Califano (person)

Harvard University. Graduate School of Education (corporateBody)

The Harvard University Graduate School of Education was established in 1920. From 1891 to 1920, the study of education at Harvard took place within two different divisions of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences. Until 1906, education faculty were appointed to the Division of Philosophy. In 1906, a separate Division of Education was established. Paul Henry Hanus held Harvard’s first faculty appointment in the field of education. Hanus was chair of the Division of Education from 1906 to 1912. Henr...

Michigan State University (corporateBody)

Michigan State University was established in 1855, and by 1862, it stood as the nation’s premier land-grant university. Over the decades, the university has continued to be a model of what a land-grant university can and should do. As a university of, for and by the people, Michigan State University began a long tradition of empowering people through educational opportunity....

Saint Mary's University. (corporateBody)

Dartmouth College (corporateBody)

The celebration of the 150th anniversary of the decision of the U.S. Supreme Court in the Dartmouth College Case was held on April 9, 1969, in the Court of Claims, Washington, D.C.; the celebration also commemorated the career of Daniel Webster, the advocate who defended the case before the Supreme Court. During the ceremony Justice Earl Warren, Senator Thomas J. MacIntyre, and Dartmouth College President John Sloan Dickey spoke before an audience of legislators, jurists, historians, and alumni....

Federal Interagency Committee on Education (corporateBody)

U.S. Air Force (corporateBody)

Middle Tennessee State University (corporateBody)

Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU or MT) is a public research university in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Founded in 1911 as a normal school, the university consists of eight undergraduate colleges as well as a college of graduate studies, together offering more than 300 degree programs through more than 35 departments. The university has partnered in research endeavors with the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, the United States Army, and the United States Marine Corps. It is classified among "R2...

Association for Women in Math (corporateBody)

North Adams State College (corporateBody)

House Judiciary Committee Subcommittee on Civil and Constitutional Rights (corporateBody)

Women United (corporateBody)

Worcester State College (corporateBody)

Connecticut College (corporateBody)

Virginia Military Institute (corporateBody)

On March 29, 1839 the General Aslsembly passed the final version of the act establishing a military school at the Lexington arsenal, where the students would protect the arms while pursuing educational courses. The School was named the Virginia Military Institute and is the nation's oldest state supported military college. The governor appointed nine members to the Board of Visitors to oversee the new school and they elected Claudius Crozet as president of the board and named Franci...

American Personnel and Guidance Association (corporateBody)

American University (corporateBody)

National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (U.S.) (corporateBody)

National Association of Deans and Advisers of Men became National Association of Student Personnel Administrators in 1951. From the description of Records, 1919-1976. (University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign). WorldCat record id: 28413248 National association for the advancement, health, and sustainability of the student affairs profession, first organized in 1919 as the National Association of Deans and Advisors of Men. In 1951, the name of the organization changed to th...

Fraser, Arvonne S. (person)

The Center on Women and Public Policy was established in May, 1985 in the Hubert H. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs, with Arvonne Fraser as senior fellow. It is the first center at a major U.S. University to be devoted speficically to women's policy issues. The Center's focus is worldwide,and it assesses the impact of women's organizations on the status of women. From the description of Publications of the Center on Women and Public Policy, 1985-1988. (University of Minnesota, M...

Women for Abortion Action (corporateBody)

Ball State University. (corporateBody)

University of Missouri. (corporateBody)

University of California, Los Angeles (corporateBody)

Biography Cox was born Jan. 5, 1926 in Fresno, CA; BA, political science, Stanford, 1949; associate for Bill P. Wreden, antiquarian book dealer, San Francisco; MLS, UC Berkeley, 1954; began working at the UCLA library in 1954, serving in gifts and exchange, as head of the Geology Library, and head of circulation (1960-77); compiled and donated Albright library bibliography; Acting Assoc. University Librarian for Public Services, UCLA, 1977-79...

SUNY Purchase (corporateBody)

Westfield State College (corporateBody)

Americans for Democratic Action (corporateBody)

Joy Simonson (person)

Rice University. (corporateBody)

Rice University's Office or Research and Graduate Studies oversees research and graduate programs. From the guide to the Research and Graduate Studies office records UA 130., 1996-2001, (Rice University Archives, Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University) William Marsh Rice University (commonly called Rice University and opened in 1912 as The William Marsh Rice Institute for the Advancement of Letters, Science and Art) is a private, comprehensive research uni...

Michigan Network of Women's Centers (corporateBody)

Joanne Chan (person)

Purdue University (corporateBody)

Schneiderman, Rose, 1882-1972 (person)

Rose Schneiderman (April 6, 1882 – August 11, 1972) was a Polish-born American socialist and feminist, and one of the most prominent female labor union leaders. As a member of the New York Women's Trade Union League, she drew attention to unsafe workplace conditions, following the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire of 1911, and as a suffragist she helped to pass the New York state referendum of 1917 that gave women the right to vote. Schneiderman was also a founding member of the American Civil Li...

Columbia College (corporateBody)

House Subcommittee on Elementary, Secondary and Vocational Education (corporateBody)

Howe, Florence (person)

Washington Women's Network (corporateBody)

Northeast Panhellenic Conference (corporateBody)

Eagleton Institute of Politics (corporateBody)

University of Detroit (corporateBody)

University of North Texas. (corporateBody)

Allison Steiner (corporateBody)

College of William and Mary. (corporateBody)

International Conference on Women in Health (corporateBody)

Council of Administrative Women in Education (corporateBody)

Association of American Medical Colleges (corporateBody)

The Association of American Medical Colleges is a non-profit association founded in 1876 to work for reform in medical education. Originally representing only medical schools, the Association now comprises the 125 accredited U.S. medical schools, the 16 accredited Canadian medical schools, 400 major teaching hospitals and health systems, 90 academic and professional societies representing nearly 100,000 faculty members, and the nation's medical students and residents. Additionally,...

Louisiana State University (Baton Rouge, La.) (corporateBody)

Metropolitan Washington Employment Lawyers' Association (corporateBody)

Montgomery College (corporateBody)

Maryland. Commission on Human Relations (corporateBody)

Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. (corporateBody)

Thomas, M. Carey (Martha Carey), 1857-1935 (person)

East Tennessee State University (corporateBody)

Veteran Feminists of America (corporateBody)

Veteran Feminists of America (VFA) is a nonprofit organization for veterans of the Second Wave of the feminist movement. It was founded by Jacqueline Ceballos and held its first feminist reunion in 1993. The organization continues to operate today, sponsoring reunions, programs, and publications honoring feminists throughout the United States. From the description of Veteran Feminists of America records, 1972-2010. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 614063415 Fro...

Canadian Broadcasting Company. (corporateBody)

Capitol Hill Women's Caucus (corporateBody)

Greenhouse, Linda. (person)

Benedict College (corporateBody)

Benedict College founded in 1870 under the auspices of the American Home Missionary Society of the Baptist Church as Benedict Institute when Mrs. Bathsheba A. Benedict of Pawtucket, R.I., gave the society $5,000, a small bequest from her husband; originally designed to educate ministers and teachers the institution is now independent. From the description of College brochures, [196-]-[199-]. (Benedict College). WorldCat record id: 70967548 From the description of Federal pro...

John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Sandler served as nominator (corporateBody)

Commonwealth Fund. (corporateBody)

The Commonwealth Fund was established in 1918 with an endowment of ten million dollars from Mrs. Stephen V. Harkness (nee Anna M. Richardson).Its charter was broad: "to do something for the welfare of mankind." TheFund's earliest activities were directed towards supporting the American Relief Administration in its post-war program of civilian relief in Austria and Eastern Europe. Edward Harkness, who led the Fund from 1918 to 1940, encouraged the development of programs in child welfare, child g...

Florida State university (corporateBody)

The Florida State College for Women (FSCW) Artist Series began in 1923. Dean Ella Opperman was the first person in charge of organizing the series. The series was intended to bring renowned artists to FSCW. After FSCW became Florida State University (FSU), the FSU School of Music managed the series. However, in 1974 the FSU Artist Series Committee assumed control. Because of financial difficulties in the early 1990s, the Artist Series was briefly discontinued. The series was then entitled the "C...

Modern Language Association (corporateBody)

Goucher College (corporateBody)

National Women's Law Center (corporateBody)

Dalhousie University (corporateBody)

St. Michael's College (corporateBody)

Urban Research Corporation (corporateBody)

Western Washington State College (corporateBody)

Western Washington University (WWU or Western) is one of six public universities in the U.S. state of Washington. It is located in Bellingham, and is the northernmost university in the contiguous United States. WWU was founded as the state-funded New Whatcom Normal School in 1893, succeeding a private school of teaching for women. Its current president is Sabah Randhawa, the former provost of Oregon State University....

University of North Dakota. Disability Services for Students (corporateBody)

Ginsburg, Ruth Bader, 1933-2020 (person)

Ruth Bader Ginsburg (born Joan Ruth Bader, March 15, 1933 – September 18, 2020), also known by her initials RBG, was an American jurist who served as an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States from 1993 until her death in 2020. She was nominated by President Bill Clinton on June 14, 1993, and had served since August 10, 1993. Ginsburg became the second of four female justices to be confirmed to the Court after Sandra Day O'Connor, the two others being Sonia Sotomayor and Elen...

Delegation for Friendship Among Women (corporateBody)

Contract Research Corporation (corporateBody)

Bates College (corporateBody)

Joan Joesting. (person)

Joesting, Joan (person)

Freeman, Jo. (person)

Columbus State Community College (corporateBody)

Ohlone College (corporateBody)

University of Houston (corporateBody)

Murray, Pauli, 1910-1985 (person)

Pauli Murray (1910-1985) was a lawyer, scholar, writer, educator, administrator, religious leader, civil rights and women's rights activist. She was a co-founder of the National Organization for Women (NOW) and the first black woman to be ordained as an Episcopal minister. She spent much of her life in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, and Washington, D.C. From the description of Proud shoes : the story of an American family : typescript, 1956 / by Pauli Murray. (New York Public Library)....

Brooklyn College. Theatre Research Data Center (corporateBody)

Curator's Office was renamed Bursar's Office. From the description of Curator's reports, 1934-1943. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155451274 The Ditmas House was a Dutch style wooden frame house built in 1827 and occupied by the Ditmas family. A century later, Charles Ditmas, the founder of Kings County Historical Society, helped to make way for Brooklyn's Ditmas farmhouse to become the site for part of the Brooklyn College campus. In 1935, the Ditmas House passed into the c...

U.S. Public Health Service's Office on Women's Health (corporateBody)

Augsberg College (corporateBody)

Project on Equal Education Rights (corporateBody)

PEER, a project of the National Organization for Women Legal Defense and Education Fund, was funded mainly by grants from the Carnegie Corporation and Ford Foundation, and was established in 1974 to monitor the government's progress in enforcing federal laws against sex discrimination in the public schools. It publishes a newsletter and other material on equal education and the law. From the description of Records, 1972-1990 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 2320...

North Carolina State University (corporateBody)

Currently, there are 24 University Standing Committees. Members of each of the University Standing Committees are appointed by the chancellor at the beginning of each academic year. The Committee on Committees provides the chancellor with recommendations concerning the composition and charge for each committee, its chair, and its faculty, staff, and student members. These recommendations are in part based on voluntary expressed preferences, on a general principle of rotation, and, whenever appro...

Center for American Women in Politics (corporateBody)

George Mason University (corporateBody)

Suelzle, Maryjean (person)

Maryjean Suelzle was a founding member and first President of NOW, Berkeley Chapter, from November 1969 to January 1971, and also served as National Board Member in 1972. She gave presentations and speeches on women's rights, participated in related professional activities, and wrote articles for the Berkeley NOW newsletter. Suelzle attended the University of California, Berkeley as a candidate in the Department of Sociology. Throughout the collection, she referred to herself as Marijean Suelzle...

Jewish Women's Caucus (corporateBody)

Association of Women in International Trade (corporateBody)

Washington State University. Press (corporateBody)

Bowling Green State University. Library (corporateBody)

Notebooks compiled by the students of "Sports Management 2210: History & Philosophy of Sport" at Bowling Green State University, taught by Nancy Spencer. From the guide to the Bowling Green State University Sports History Notebooks- Sports Management (SM2210), 1915-2010, (Bowling Green State University Center for Archival Collections) ...

George Mason College (corporateBody)

University system of Maryland (corporateBody)

Hartwick College/SUNY Oneonta (corporateBody)

Bayer Women's Health Initiative (corporateBody)

University of Connecticut. (corporateBody)

In 1931, the faculty of the University of Connecticut voted to offer comprehensive examinations in most degree programs to graduating seniors, and outgrowth of a report to the Committee on the Study of Honors (11/6/1930). The departments reported the results of the examinations and their recommendations to the Registrar and the Committees on Scholastic Standing and Degrees with Distinction. Degrees would then be awarded without distinction, with distinction or with highest distinction. The progr...

Lawrenceville School (corporateBody)

Tufts University (corporateBody)

National Educational Association (U.S.) (corporateBody)

National Coalition for Sex Equity in Education (corporateBody)

Delta College (corporateBody)

Julia T. Apter (person)

Oakland University (corporateBody)

Hood College (corporateBody)

Fuentes, Sonia Pressman (person)

Lawyer and feminist, Fuentes worked at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, 1965-1973, some of this time as chief of the legislative counsel division. She was a founder of the National Organization for Women, Women's Equity Action League, and Federally Employed Women, and has lectured widely on women's rights. From the description of Papers, 1965-1990 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 232007571 ...

Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America (corporateBody)

Established in 1912 by Henrietta Szold to raise the standard of health in Palestine, to encourage the development of Jewish life in America, and to foster the Jewish ideal. From the description of Records, 1914-1960 [microform]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70960639 ...

West Chester University (corporateBody)

South Carolina Women in Higher Education (corporateBody)

Ripon College (corporateBody)

Lilly Endowment (corporateBody)

American Association of Women in Community Colleges (corporateBody)

Washington and Lee/Virginia Military Institute (corporateBody)

William Patterson College of New Jersey (corporateBody)

Johns Hopkins University (corporateBody)

Terrel Bell (person)

Saint Elizabeth's Hospital (corporateBody)

State University of New York (SUNY) Binghamton (corporateBody)

Truman State University. (corporateBody)

DeWitt Wallace-Reader's Digest Fund (corporateBody)

Carnegie Mellon University. (corporateBody)

University of California at Santa Barbara (corporateBody)

Kirkland College (corporateBody)

George Washington University (corporateBody)

The Executive Vice President and Treasurer writes the yearly budget report for the Board of Trustees. From the description of Treasurers Office records, 1903-1990. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 641695165 The University Marshal reports to the Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs, and oversees official functions at the University, such as commencements, the conferring of honorary degrees, opening convocation for the school year, and other special ceremonies. Robert...

Marvin Esch (person)

University of Bridgeport (corporateBody)

Georgetown University Law School (corporateBody)

Human Rights for Women (corporateBody)

HRW was founded in December 1968, as "a corporation created exclusively for purposes of providing financial assistance for research on issues relevant to discrimination against women, litigation involving rights of women under the law, and educational projects on conditions concerning women." From the guide to the Records, c.1966-1978, (Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe Institute) Founded in 1968, HRW provides financial assistance for research on issues relevant to discriminati...

Southern Methodist University. (corporateBody)

Shared governance had a short life at SMU. The concept was popular from initial research forays into its feasibility for the university in the 1960s until the death of the University Assembly in 1975. The University Assembly grew increasingly unpopular with the SMU faculty over time. From the guide to the University Assembly of Southern Methodist University records SMU 2010. 0421., 1968-1975, (Southern Methodist University Archives, DeGolyer Library, Southern Methodist University) ...

National Institute of Education (corporateBody)

Grand Valley College (corporateBody)

National Association for Law Placement (corporateBody)

Harvey Mudd College (corporateBody)

Women's History Research Center (corporateBody)

The Women's History Research Center was started in 1968 in Berkeley, California, by Laura X, in response to a lack of academic interest in women's history. The WHRC documented the women's movement of the late-1960s and 1970s, collecting periodicals, clippings from newspapers and magazines, pamphlets, songs, leaflets, graphics, research papers, theses, and poems, which they used to answer research inquiries from across the United States and, to a lesser extent, from abroad. In addition, they publ...

Pennsylvania state university (corporateBody)

The Pennsylvania Humanities Council designated the year 1985 as "The Year of the Pennsylvania Writer." The PHC funded projects in eight locations throughout the Commonwealth to gain appreciation, understanding, and recognition for past and present Pennsylvania writers. The State College/University Park location held a two-stage conference and related events by five Centre County regional organizations. From the description of The Year of the Pennsylvania writer collection, 1984-1986....

Rose Brock (person)

Swarthmore college (corporateBody)

Founded by members of Baltimore, New York and Philadelphia Yearly Meetings of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers), Swarthmore College was incorporated in 1864 under a charter from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The College opened in 1869 as an college and preparatory school, although the preparatory division was phased out in the 1880s. The Charter was amended in 1908 to remove any formal links to the Society of Friends. The College continues to operate as a liberal arts college with a...

Rio Hondo College (corporateBody)

Dunkle, Margaret C., 1947- (person)

Margaret Claire Dunkle, daughter of Maurice Albert and Hannah Margaret Dunkle, was born in 1947, in Maryland. She received her B.A. from Syracuse University in 1969. She was a research assistant at Tufts University and a research associate at Bio-Dynamics, Inc. (1969-1971); associate director of the Project on the Status and Education of Women, Association of American Colleges (1972-1977); special assistant in the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Legislation, U.S. Department of...

California State University. (corporateBody)

Administrative History The California State University originated from the Donahoe Act (SB33, Chapter 49, Statues of 1960) authored by State Senator George Miller, which enacted certain suggestions from the California Master Plan for Higher Education: 1960-1975 (Master Plan). The act united the State Colleges into the California State Colleges as a public trust, created the California State Colleges Board of Trustees, and moved authority over...

Jewish Women's Network (corporateBody)

University of Toledo (corporateBody)

Milliken University (corporateBody)

World Bank (corporateBody)

Birch Bayh (person)

Wider Opportunities for Women, Inc. (corporateBody)

Wider Opportunities for Women was formed in the District of Columbia in 1964. Its early training programs focused on basic job skills for low-income women and included provisions for childcare. In 1990 WOW received federal funding to develop the National Employment Training (NET) Project and gained widespread recognition for its advocacy, leadership development, and technical training workshops, which were organized to meet the needs of trainees and employers. Subsequent funding enabled WOW to t...

University of Vermont (corporateBody)

National Advisory Council on Vocational Education (corporateBody)

School of the Ozarks (corporateBody)

National Academy on Women's Health Medical Education (corporateBody)

Drake University (corporateBody)

Ford foundation (corporateBody)

Philanthropic organization established in 1936 by Henry and Edsel Ford from profits of the Ford Motor Company. From the description of Grant files, [ca. 1936-1986]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155532303 ...

Pace University (corporateBody)

Pace University was formerly known as Pace and Pace, Pace Institute, and Pace College before adopting its present name in 1973. From the description of Bulletins and other records describing academic programs, 1907-1985. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155509558 The Leaders in Management series was known as Man in Management before 1975. From the description of Commencement and special student events records, 1924-1985. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155509574 ...

SUNY Buffalo (corporateBody)

American Association for the Advancement of Science (corporateBody)

Edmund W. Sinnott was president of the American Association for the Advancement of Science at the time of this correspondence. Walter G. Berl was an editor for the Association. From the description of Letters, 1948-1971, to Lewis Mumford. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155878457 ...

Sage publications (corporateBody)

Slippery Rock university of Pennsylvania (corporateBody)

Medical College of Pennsylvania (corporateBody)

Norma Raffel (person)

Emily Taylor (person)

American Institutes for Research in the Behavioral Sciences (corporateBody)

Bert Hartry (person)

Georgetown University. Law Center. (corporateBody)

Scott, Ann, 1965-.... (person)

International Communication Agency (corporateBody)

United States. Commission on Civil Rights (corporateBody)

Washington university Saint-Louis, Mo., Department of medicine (corporateBody)

University of Pittsburgh. United Faculty (corporateBody)

Throughout its history the University of Pittsburgh has received occasional support from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. In the early 1960s it suffered an unprecedented fiscal crisis and sought a solution that linked it to the Commonwealth. On August 23, 1966, House Bill No. 2 of the General Assembly of Pennsylvania was signed and the University officially became state-related. From the description of State-related status of the University of Pittsburgh files, 1936-1983. (Universit...

Professional Women's Caucus (corporateBody)

FCC Federal Communications Commission (corporateBody)

University of Louisville (corporateBody)

Marilyn Harris (person)

Center for Women Scholars (corporateBody)

National Commission on Consumer Finance (corporateBody)

City university of New York (corporateBody)

Union Institute (corporateBody)

Ramapo College (corporateBody)

Arvonne Fraser (person)

Wake Forest University (corporateBody)

Laura X. (person)

Kansas State Teachers College (corporateBody)

Carden, Maren Lockwood (person)

Maren Lockwood Carden earned her Ph.D. from Harvard in 1963. She became a sociologist who wrote on feminism; she was a fellow at the Radcliffe Institute from 1970-1972. From the description of Student notes, 1956-1959. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 77066954 Sociologist (University of London, B.Sc., 1955; University of Maryland, M.A., 1957; Harvard University, Ph.D., 1963), Carden received a variety of grants, was a fellow at the Radcliffe Institute (1961, 1970-19...

Emory university (corporateBody)

The Baccalaureate service is an inter-religious ceremony for all graduating Emory University students receiving bachelor's degrees and consists of prayers, music, and an address by the Emory University President. The Commencement ceremony includes all Emory University graduates and consists of an address by the commencement speaker, the conferral of honorary degrees and awards, and the conferral of degrees en masse. From the description of Emory University Baccalaureate and Commencem...

South Carolina College (corporateBody)

Women's Roundtable (corporateBody)

Equality Center (corporateBody)

Practising Law Institute. (corporateBody)

University of Miami. Opera (corporateBody)

Jean King (person)

American Accounting Association. (corporateBody)

University of Windsor (corporateBody)

Coleman, Bessie, 1892-1926 (person)

Bessie Coleman (b. Jan. 26, 1892, Atlanta, TX–d. April 30, 1926, Jacksonville FL) was an American civil aviator and the first woman of African-American descent and the first of Native American descent to hold a pilot license. At 24, she moved to Chicago and became interested in flying but was unable to attain a license in the United States. She relocated to Paris in 1920 and in 1921, Coleman became the first woman of African-American and Native American descent to earn an aviation pilot's licens...

Academic Management Institute (corporateBody)

Pennsylvania State University, Harrisburg (corporateBody)

Brown University. (corporateBody)

In 1917 the university established the Brown War Records Bureau, whose intention was to "collect and preserve a record of all Brown men who are serving in the present war". Brown faculty, students and alumni who were in the military were asked to fill out a small card called "Are you in the war?" and to send original letters, clippings or photographs which "have any bearing on the service of Brown men in the war." This collection is partly a result of that effort. From the guide to t...

Pomona College (corporateBody)

Berea College (corporateBody)

Although the sources of photographs are not always indicated, the bulk was apparently generated in the Berea College Publicity Department and the College News Bureau. In addition, portions of the photographs were donated by individuals, most of whom have some connection with the College. Chief among these is Roy N. Walters who was dean of the Berea College Foundation School from 1943 to 1968. Walters established the College Publicity Department in 1933 and was an unofficial campus photographer t...

State University of New York. Potsdam College (corporateBody)

Senate Subcommittee on Labor (corporateBody)

Grand Valley State College (corporateBody)

Chesapeake Community College (corporateBody)

University of New Hampshire (corporateBody)

In 1861, the United States federal government approved the Morrill Act which set aside land in each state for the founding of public higher education. In 1862, the New Hampshire state legislature accepted the grant of 80,000 acres of public lands on which to set up a university. It was not until 1866 however, that the New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts was incorporated by the state legislature. They started the process of creating the By-laws and the Charter in 1862 and t...

Rutgers Law School (corporateBody)

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