Additional papers of Mary Steichen Calderone, (inclusive), (bulk) 1914-1989 1960-1989


Additional papers of Mary Steichen Calderone, (inclusive), (bulk) 1914-1989 1960-1989

Additional papers of Mary Steichen Calderone, physician and pioneer in the field of sex education, consisting of biographical material, speeches, conference material, correspondence, writings, audiotapes, photographs, clippings, etc.

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Mount Sinai Hospital (Toronto, Ont.) (corporateBody)

Mount Sinai Hospital (1903-2000) had its origins in the Young Ladies Hebrew Association for the Care of the Needy Sick, created in 1892 by nine young women in Cleveland, Ohio. In 1900, they changed their name to the Jewish Women's Hospital Association. A 29-bed facility, named Mount Sinai Hospital, opened in 1903 at 2373 East 37th Street. In 1916, a new, larger facility was opened at East 105th Street and Ansel Road. Innovations included outpatient clinics for pediatrics and mental ...

New York University Experience Teacher Fellowship Program in Sex Education (corporateBody)

Planned parenthood federation of America (corporateBody)

In 1921 Margaret Sanger founded the national lobbying organization, American Birth Control League (ABCL) which in 1942 became Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA). Between 1921 and 1942 the organization underwent two transformations. In 1923 Sanger opened the Birth Control Clinical Research Bureau (BCCRB) for the purposes of dispensing contraceptives under the supervision of licensed physicians and studying their effectiveness. The ABCL provided institutional backing for ...

Montana Medical Association (corporateBody)

Harlem Preparatory School (corporateBody)

Children's Hospital (corporateBody)

Parents without Partners, inc. (corporateBody)

Richland County Health Department (corporateBody)

Texas Congress of Parents and Teachers. (corporateBody)

Rotary Club of Houston (corporateBody)

North Shore Federation of Jewish Philanthropies (corporateBody)

Ortho Pharmaceutical (corporateBody)

Women's Auxiliary to the American Medical Association (corporateBody)

Catonsville Community College (corporateBody)

Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality (U.S.) (corporateBody)

Columbia University. College of Physicians and Surgeons (corporateBody)

Ohio Psychiatric Association (corporateBody)

Calderone, Frank (person)

Independent school district #741 (corporateBody)

Earlham College (corporateBody)

WGBH. (corporateBody)

Bellevue Hospital Nursing Department (corporateBody)

Women's City Club of New York (corporateBody)

WABC-TV (corporateBody)

San Bernadino County Obstetric & Gynecological Society (corporateBody)

Chaplain's Advisory Council (corporateBody)

Dakota Wesleyan University. (corporateBody)

Wilton Library Association (corporateBody)

Women's Auxiliary to the National Medical Association (corporateBody)

World Association for Sexology (corporateBody)

University of the Streets. (corporateBody)

American Association of Publishers (corporateBody)

Alberta Social Services and Community Health (corporateBody)

Rufus Jones (person)

Massachusetts Conference on Social Welfare (corporateBody)

Tulane University. (corporateBody)

Addiction Service Agency (corporateBody)

American psychological association (corporateBody)

In the 1980s, the American Psychological Association (APA) Board of Directors approved an oral history project focusing primarily on key figures in American psychology that were advanced in years. Another part of the project involved interviewing past APA presidents. The APA historian continues to conduct these interviews. The APA archives hold the entire collection of these interview tapes. You can search the APA online index of these oral histories at for the ...

Elk Grove Senior High School (corporateBody)

National Association of Social Workers (corporateBody)

The National Association of Social Workers (NASW) was established in October, 1955, following five years of careful planning by the Temporary Inter-Association Council (TIAC). Seven organizations – American Association of Social Workers (AASW), American Association of Medical Social Workers (AAMSW), National Association of School Social Workers (NASSW), American Association of Psychiatric Social Workers (AAPSW), American Association of Group Workers UAW Association for the Study of Community Org...

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...

American humanist association (corporateBody)

State University at Pottsdam (corporateBody)

Alexander Hamilton High School (corporateBody)

Babies Hospital (corporateBody)

L'Universite de Louvain (corporateBody)

Institute for the Advanced Study of Human Sexuality (corporateBody)

Interfaith Neighbors (corporateBody)

American group psychotherapy association (corporateBody)

Book review editor of the American Group Psychotherapy Association's journal. From the description of Correspondence with Margaret Naumburg, 1948-1951. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 63584753 ...

National Association of Principals of Schools for Girls. (corporateBody)

Founded in 1920, the National Association of Principals of Schools for Girls grew out of work done by members of the Association of Collegiate Alumnae, later the American Association of University Women. Its purpose was to investigate problems bearing on the organization, administration, and function of private education for girls and to this end committees were established to meet with representatives from colleges and the College Entrance Board. From the description of Records, 193...

North Carolina Medical Society (corporateBody)

WLOL-Radio (corporateBody)

Swedish Institute for Sex Research (corporateBody)

Protestant Episcopal Theological Seminary (corporateBody)

Society for Sex Therapy and Research (corporateBody)

Interstate Postgraduate Association (corporateBody)

United Presbyterian Church (Scotland) (corporateBody)

Biography/Administrative History Author and activist, Chris Glaser has published twelve books, including Uncommon Calling, Coming Out to God, and Coming Out as Sacrament, and As My Own Soul: The Blessing of Same-Gender Marriage. His most recent book is The Final Deadline: What Death Has Taught Me About Life. Chris is a frequent speaker and retreat leader across denominational boundaries throughout North America on issues ranging from sexualit...

Anaheim School District (corporateBody)

Bronx Regional High School (corporateBody)

Western Psychological Association (corporateBody)

Choate Rosemary Hall (corporateBody)

California State College at Los Angeles (corporateBody)

Schiefelbusch, Richard L. (person)

Cowlitz-Wahkiakum Medical Society (corporateBody)

Darien Public Schools (corporateBody)

Young Men's Christian Association (Montpelier, Vt.) (corporateBody)

After several preliminary attempts, the Young Men's Christian Association (Y.M.C.A.) was established in Spokane Falls, Washington Territory on November 4, 1884. William Markham was its first secretary. The Association, combining interests in social, physical and spiritual welfare among men, grew rapidly in the rapidly expanding trade center of eastern Washington. Soon after 1900, attempts were made to raise funds for a permanent home with full facilities. A large new bui...

South California Psychiatry Society (corporateBody)

Our Lady of Angels Seminary (corporateBody)

Friends of the Hicksville Public Library (corporateBody)

College of Medicine (corporateBody)

Long Island Association of Commerce and Industry (corporateBody)

Rochester Academy of Medicine (corporateBody)

Merrill-Palmer Institute (corporateBody)

State University of New York. Health Science Center at Brooklyn (corporateBody)

Sophie Davis School (corporateBody)

Institute for Family Research and Education (corporateBody)

Eastern Michigan university (corporateBody)

New York Junior League (corporateBody)

New York University Graduate School Alumni Association (corporateBody)

Corning-Painted Post School District (corporateBody)

Southeastern Council on Family Relations (corporateBody)

Jerome Katz (person)

University Hospitals of Cleveland (corporateBody)

Canadian Institute on Public Affairs (corporateBody)

Tower Hill School (corporateBody)

Concord Academy (Concord, Mass.) (corporateBody)

G. K. Jewett (person)

Women & Infants Hospital (corporateBody)

Kingsbridge Heights Nursing Home (corporateBody)

Montclair College (corporateBody)

Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine (corporateBody)

Glendale Community College (corporateBody)

Center for Disease Control (corporateBody)

Ramey, James (person)

Worcester Foundation for Experimental Biology (corporateBody)

International College of Surgeons (corporateBody)

University of Manitoba. (corporateBody)

Atlanta Jewish Community Center (corporateBody)

Fairmont Hotel (corporateBody)

College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University (corporateBody)

Laderle Laboratories (corporateBody)

WLS-TV (corporateBody)

Ramapo College (corporateBody)

World Futurist Society (corporateBody)

WCAU-Radio (corporateBody)

Jersey City State College (corporateBody)

World Sex Institute (corporateBody)

Council for Interdisciplinary Communication in Medicine (corporateBody)

International Convocation of the World Population Crisis (corporateBody)

Dade County Council of Parent-Teacher Associations (corporateBody)

Mississippi State university (corporateBody)

Embassy Television (corporateBody)

Butler Hospital (corporateBody)

ABC-Radio (corporateBody)

Pennsylvania Congress of Parents and Teachers (corporateBody)

Buffalo University (corporateBody)

Yale Ecumenical Continuing Education Center (corporateBody)

Girls Club of America (corporateBody)

WOR-Radio (corporateBody)

Doubleday Publishers. (corporateBody)

New York State Health Taskforce for International Women's Year (corporateBody)

Our Lady of Providence Children's Center (corporateBody)

Emma Willard School (corporateBody)

Ontario Psychiatric Association (corporateBody)

Center for the Study of Sex Education in Medicine (corporateBody)

Sweet Briar College (corporateBody)

National League for Nursing. (corporateBody)

American Society of Superintendents of Training Schools for Nurses organized in 1893; name changed to National League of Nursing Education in 1912; in 1952 National League of Nursing Education merged with National Organization for Public Health Nursing and the Association of Collegiate Schools of Nursing to form National League for Nursing. From the description of National League for Nursing collection, 1919-1967. (Boston University). WorldCat record id: 70970873 In 1893, a ...

Colorado Association for Sex Therapy (corporateBody)

Odgen Elementary School (corporateBody)

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...

National Association of Independent Schools (corporateBody)

American Association of Marriage Counselors (corporateBody)

Hempstead Consultation Service (corporateBody)

Ohio university (corporateBody)

Athena is the Ohio University yearbook. In 1918, a small pamphlet called Senior Scroll was published in lieu of a yearbook. In 1975, the name was changed to Spectrum Green . In 1984, it was changed back to Athena . From the guide to the Collection of Athena yearbooks and records, 1892-2007, (Ohio University) Phi Upsilon Omnicron is a national honor society in Family and Consumer Sciences. At the time these records were created, it was described as "a national home economics ...

Job Corps (corporateBody)

City Teachers Association (corporateBody)

American orthopsychiatric association (corporateBody)

The association brings together psychiatrists, psychologists, psychiatric social workers, and related professionals who share a concern for mental health and the study of human behavior. From the description of American Orthopsychiatric Association records, 1962-1977. (University of Minnesota, Minneapolis). WorldCat record id: 63313442 From the guide to the American Orthopsychiatric Association records, 1962-1977, (University of Minnesota Libraries. Social Welfare History Ar...

Green, Karen (person)

Eastern Virginia Medical School (corporateBody)

Menninger foundation (corporateBody)

Psychiatric center dedicated to treating individuals with mood, personality, anxiety & addictive disorders, teaching mental health professionals, and advancing mental healthcare through research; founded 1919 as the Menninger Clinic; headquarters in Topeka, Kan., 1919-2003. Moved to Houston, Tex., in 2003. From the description of Menninger ms. collection and supplementary research material, 1774-1999. (Kansas State Historical Society). WorldCat record id:...

Young Presidents' Organization (U.S.) (corporateBody)

Lane County Medical Society (corporateBody)

Sun First National Bank (corporateBody)

Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center. (corporateBody)

Hobart & Smith Colleges (corporateBody)

Mason, Linda (person)

Connecticut Public Health Association. (corporateBody)

The Connecticut Public Health Association (C.P.H.A.) is a private organization for individuals with professional or personal interest in public health and for state-wide organizations in health-related fields. It was founded in 1974 through a merger of the Connecticut Public Health Association and the Connecticut Health League (C.H.L.). The new organization was originally named the Connecticut Health Association, Inc., but reverted to the name of the larger of the two parent organizations in 197...

Educational Foundation for Human Sexuality (corporateBody)

Oklahoma Public Health Association (corporateBody)

Scott & White Clinic (corporateBody)

Tenafly School Board (corporateBody)

Pan-American Health Organization (corporateBody)

University of Guatemala (corporateBody)

American school health association (corporateBody)

University of Colorado Medical Center (corporateBody)

American Association of School Administration (corporateBody)

Obstetrical Society of Boston (corporateBody)

WKYC-TV (corporateBody)

Mrs. Robert Margaret McNamara (person)

Ithaca College (corporateBody)

Scientific Research Society of America. (corporateBody)

Scientific Research Society of America (RESA) was established in 1948 to provide an organization for scientific and research workers, to offer activities and opportunities for communication, and to provide contributions to the advancement of science throughout the country. Since Burroughs had a major research center, it was able to become a branch of this society. From the description of Burroughs Corporation records. Scientific Research Society of America, Burroughs branch records 1...

University of California School of Public Health (corporateBody)

United States Consortium of Sexology (corporateBody)

Planned Parenthood (corporateBody)

Center for the Study of Human Sexuality in Religion (corporateBody)

WBBM-TV (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) ...

New York Association for Health, Physical Education, & Recreation (corporateBody)

Newark State College (corporateBody)

Institute for Advanced Study in Human Sexuality (corporateBody)

Nurses Association of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology (corporateBody)

Mott Children's Health Center. (corporateBody)

Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation (corporateBody)

George Washington Corner worked as a medical historian in addition to anatomist and endocrinologist. From the guide to the Great Leaders in American Medicine; Dr. George Washington Corner, 1974., 1974, (American Philosophical Society) ...

National Council on Crime and Delinquency (corporateBody)

International Symposium on Sex Education (corporateBody)

Sol Gordon (person)

Stone Foundation (corporateBody)

American Society of Journalists and Authors (corporateBody)

Hewlett E. Rockaway Jewish Center (corporateBody)

WOR (corporateBody)

Humber College of Applied Arts and Technology (corporateBody)

Rutgers Medical School (corporateBody)

American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors, and Therapists (corporateBody)

Catholic Physicians' Guild (corporateBody)

Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions. (corporateBody)

The collection mainly contains post-1961 administrative files which the Center had microfilmed, then shipped to Princeton University, and which subsequently were transferred from Princeton University to UCSB in 1999. From the description of Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions / Princeton University Files, 1957-1969 (bulk dates 1962-1965) (University of California, Santa Barbara). WorldCat record id: 216936155 History of the Center ...

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

Planned Parenthood Association of Cincinnati (corporateBody)

Dalton School (corporateBody)

Catholic University of Louvain (corporateBody)

Junior League (corporateBody)

La Alianza Panamericana de Medicas (corporateBody)

Cook, Robert (person)

Bradley Hospital (corporateBody)

Sydenham Hospital (corporateBody)

Harvard University Health Institute (corporateBody)

Planned Parenthood of Contra Costa (corporateBody)

Parents & Friends of Lesbians and Gays (corporateBody)

Sarah Lawrence College (corporateBody)

Mercy Hospital (corporateBody)

Presbytery of John Knox (corporateBody)

Martha Dean (person)

Westfield High School (corporateBody)

American academy of psychoanalysis (corporateBody)

Cobb County Medical Society. (corporateBody)

Pennsylvania School Counselors Association Annual Meeting (corporateBody)

Brandeis University Women's League (corporateBody)

Springside School (corporateBody)

Cafritz Foundation (corporateBody)

South Dakota State University (corporateBody)

Alan Bell (person)

Boston Floating Hospital (corporateBody)

National Council of Jewish Women (corporateBody)

Organized in 1893 as the Council of Jewish Women; name changed in 1923 to the National Council of Jewish Women. The two primary goals of the organization are social reform and the promotion of Judaism among women. From the description of Records of the National Council of Jewish Women, 1893-1989 (bulk 1940-1981). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79456414 The National Council members, in their Credo, stated that they "believe in the ideal of Peace." In their philosophy, they st...

Franklin & Marshall College (corporateBody)

Connecticut State Medical Society (corporateBody)

Ascension Lutheran Church (corporateBody)

American academy of pediatrics (corporateBody)

Lehrman, Nat (person)

Jewish Hospital and Medical Center of Brooklyn (corporateBody)

Cody Wilson (person)

Springfield Gardens Public School 156 (corporateBody)

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. (corporateBody)

The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation was formed on 2 November 1936 consisting of two radio networks: Trans-Canada (English) and the French network. In 1952 two television stations began broadcasting in Toronto and Montreal. From the description of Canadian Broadcasting Corporation collection. 1929-[195-]. (McMaster University). WorldCat record id: 181806794 ...

United Nations International School (corporateBody)

Catholic Information Center (corporateBody)

Johns Hopkins University (corporateBody)

Children's Express (corporateBody)

Fordham School of Law (corporateBody)

National Cathedral School (corporateBody)

Fordham University (corporateBody)

Fordham University was founded in 1841. From the description of Faculty records, 1841-1985. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155482332 From the description of Administrative records, 1846-1985, 1936-1985 (bulk) (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155482320 ...

Association for Family Living (corporateBody)

Center for the Study of Contemporary Belief, Belief in Action (corporateBody)

Women's Medical College of Pennsylvania (corporateBody)

St. George's School (corporateBody)

WTHE-Radio AM (corporateBody)

Groton School (corporateBody)

Greenwich Health Association (corporateBody)

National Association for Health, Physical Education, and Recreation (corporateBody)

Academy of Religion & Public Health (corporateBody)

Educational Press (corporateBody)

University of Michigan. (corporateBody)

Outside of museum holdings, no comprehensive survey and inventory of campus artwork had been attempted since 1937. With support from the Michigan Commission on Art in Public Places, 1,076 items were inventoried during 1988-1990. Additional inventory work was undertaken in 1997-1998 for risk management purposed, but generated little new information. From the description of Inventory of University of Michigan-owned art, 1988-1990, 1997-1998. (University of Michigan). WorldCat record id...

New York University (corporateBody)

The Class Collection documents selected student and alumni activities of New York University graduating classes from 1843-1966. Formal and informal gatherings were common, and were documented in detail by the participants. From the description of Class collection, 1843-1966. 1880-1900 (bulk). (New York University). WorldCat record id: 477254465 New York University (formerly, University of the City of New York), is an academic institution and, as such, its faculty produces ar...

Nassau Board of Cooperative Educational Services (corporateBody)

Future Homemakers of America (corporateBody)

Metropolitan Center for Mental Health. (corporateBody)

American Fertility Society. (corporateBody)

Sacred Heart University (corporateBody)

Anderson College (Anderson, Ind.) (corporateBody)

Women's International Center (corporateBody)

California State College (corporateBody)

Wichita state university (corporateBody)

Dallas Independent School District (Tex.) (corporateBody)

Southern Illinois University (corporateBody)

Illinois State Medical Society. (corporateBody)

Professional organization of Illinois physicians founded in 1850, whose purpose is to promote science and medicine, protect public health and elevate standards of medical education. The organization is part of the American Medical Association. The Society is composed of executive officers, a Board of Trustees, a House of Delegates and individual members. The membership participates in several committees and councils. Meetings are held annually. From the descr...

Georgia State Obstetrical and Gynecological Society (corporateBody)

Barnard College (corporateBody)

Barnard College was given its first provisional charter by the Regents of the State of New York on Aug. 8, 1889. From the description of Barnard College charters and statutes, 1934-1988. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 275960020 Junior Month was a summer project in sociological theory and practice founded in 1917 and supervised by the Charity Organization Society of New York City. In a one month period juniors from twelve eastern colleges a...

New York State Association of School Physicians. (corporateBody)

Fort Lee High School (corporateBody)

Minnesota Congress of PTA (corporateBody)

NOW Legal Defense & Education Fund (corporateBody)

The National Organization for Women Legal Defense & Education Fund was established in 1970 as a "public service organization dedicated to achieving equality for women and girls." LDEF has focused its efforts on gaining legal rights for women in educational and employment opportunity, cases of physical abuse and sexual harassment, and in marriage and divorce laws. During the 1970s, it campaigned for passage of the Equal Rights Amendment. NOW LDEF has sponsored the Women's Media Project, the P...

Society of Friends (corporateBody)

The Society of Friends (or 'Quakers') was formed by George Fox (1624-1691), a shoemaker from Nottingham. In the 1640s Fox travelled throughout England delivering sermons in which he argued that individuals could have direct access to God without the need for churches, priests or other aspects of the established Church. Fox's followers became known as the 'Friends of Truth' and later the 'Society of Friends'. Fox developed rules for the management of meetings, which were printed as 'Friends Fello...

Howard Lake Public Schools (corporateBody)

Association of Christian Educators (corporateBody)

Hannemann University (corporateBody)

Contra Costa Health Department (corporateBody)

Hopkins, Jeannette (person)

Woody, Allen, 1956-2000 (person)

Diane Brashear (person)

Cobb County Society (corporateBody)

Hawkes Hospital of Mt. Carmel (corporateBody)

National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (U.S.) (corporateBody)

Toledo Board of Education. (corporateBody)

WLVI-TV (corporateBody)

University of Miami. Opera (corporateBody)

Lutheran Hospital (corporateBody)

Interfaith Council (corporateBody)

March of Dimes (corporateBody)

Metropolitan Public Schools (corporateBody)

Child Study Association. (corporateBody)

Unitarian Universalist Church (corporateBody)

North Carolina School of Public Health (corporateBody)

Yale university. School of medicine (corporateBody)

James D. Kenney was attending physician, Yale New Haven Hospital, 1968-2007; president, medical staff, 1976-1977; attending physician, Hospital of St. Raphael, New Haven; associate dean for postgraduate and continuing medical education, Yale University School of Medicine, 1978-2001; clinical professor of medicine; and editor of The Medical Letter. From the description of School of Medicine, Yale University, records of James D. Kenney as associate dean for postgraduate and continuing ...

Los Angeles City School District (corporateBody)

ANZAAS (Association) (corporateBody)

Minutes 1886-1952, including minutes of organizing committees for meeting of British Association for the Advancement of Science in Sydney, 1914. Lists of excursionists, Sydney, 1888-1889; register of letters received 1892-1905; cash books, 1904-1953; Addresses 1897+; Visitors' book, 1898; donation book and index; library list, 1898; Reports 1887-1961, (vols 1-35, 8 & 10 missing); handbooks (printed 1888-1951; press cutting albums, including programmes of meetings etc., 1888-1909; Charter of ...

National Council of Churches (corporateBody)

American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology (corporateBody)

Michael Carrera) (person)

Queens Hospital Center (corporateBody)

United Parents' Association (corporateBody)

Women's Institute (corporateBody)

Louis Pasteur Junior High School (corporateBody)

Southwestern Psychiatric Association (corporateBody)

Templar Lodge #203 (corporateBody)

Canadian Council of Churches (corporateBody)

Institute on Man and Science (corporateBody)

University of Michigan. Medical Center (corporateBody)

Asociacion Mexicana de Educacion Sexual (corporateBody)

Central Florida Community College (corporateBody)

Detroit Free Press Co. (corporateBody)

Schoolcraft College (corporateBody)

Committee on Obscenity & Pornography (corporateBody)

University of Quebec (corporateBody)

Adelphi University (corporateBody)

Adelphi College, chartered in 1896, grew out of Adelphi Academy, a boys' preparatory school in Brooklyn, established in 1863. It relocated to Garden City in 1929 and achieved University status in 1963. The University has been co-educational, except for the years 1912-1946, when it was a women's college. From the description of Records, 1863-1988. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155538158 Correspondence to Theodore Dreiser from Annie Marion MacLean, Adelphi University. ...

Grosse Pointe Public Schools (corporateBody)

Rosenbaum, Helen (person)

Alexandria Medical Society (corporateBody)

Pennsylvania Medical Society (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 ...

University of Central Arkansas (corporateBody)

Alverno College (corporateBody)

Middlesex College (corporateBody)

Association of Ohio Health Commissioners (corporateBody)

Iowa Chapter of the American Academy of General Practice (corporateBody)

National Conference of Women of the United States (corporateBody)

King County Sex Education Association (corporateBody)

110 Center for Business & Professional Women (corporateBody)

National Council on Family Relations. (corporateBody)

Agency for International Development (corporateBody)

Beverly Hills Unified School District (corporateBody)

Marise Rose (corporateBody)

Rocky Mountain College (corporateBody)

Simon's Rock (corporateBody)

KNXT-TV (corporateBody)

Cable News Network (corporateBody)

New York University. Medical Center (corporateBody)

The NYU Medical Center was established in 1947 to expand NYU's overall program of medical education, research, and patient care. It combined the existing University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College with additional resources to meet its mission of educating physicians, conducting scientific research, and treating patients. In 1941, a the time of its 100th anniversary, a vision and a plan for the Medical school's development came from two young faculty members: Donal Sheehan, Professor of Ana...

American medical association (corporateBody)

National Association of Women Deans and Counselors (corporateBody)

Women's Medical Association of New York City (N.Y.) (corporateBody)

Portland Community Meeting (corporateBody)

Ohio State Medical Association (corporateBody)

The Women's Institute (corporateBody)

National Institute of Mental Health (corporateBody)

Boston University (corporateBody)

Planned Parenthood of Colorado (corporateBody)

University of Vermont (corporateBody)

American cancer society (corporateBody)

Information Center on the Mature Woman (corporateBody)

Suffolk County Center (corporateBody)

C. N. Barnard (person)

Alameda County Planned Parenthood (corporateBody)

Riverdale Country School. (corporateBody)

Temple University (corporateBody)

In 1961, Temple University awarded Carl Zigrosser an honorary Doctorate of Letters. From the description of Correspondence with Carl Zigrosser, 1961. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155899492 ...

Presbyterian Church of the United States (corporateBody)

Wilton Public Schools (corporateBody)

Bucknell University (corporateBody)

University of Notre Dame. (corporateBody)

New Jersey Parent-Teacher Association (corporateBody)

Harvard Medical School. (corporateBody)

Florida Academy of General Practice (corporateBody)

People for the American Way (corporateBody)

Organizational History People for the American Way (PFAW) was founded in 1981 by Norman Lear, Barbara Jordan, Father Theodore Hesburgh, and Andrew Heiskell. PFAW is dedicated to promoting equality, freedom of speech, and freedom of religion. Their operational mission includes promoting progressive policies, electing progressive candidates, and holding public officials accountable. Josh Glasstetter from PFAW read in the New York Times about th...

North Carolina State Health Department (corporateBody)

Florence Crittenton Home (corporateBody)

Training Institute for Mental Health Practitioners (corporateBody)

Western Reserve University (corporateBody)

Florida Association of Public Health Officers (corporateBody)

Association canadienne des annonceurs (corporateBody)

WNBC-TV (corporateBody)

Presbyterian Church (corporateBody)

Association for the Study of Abortion (corporateBody)

Cincinnati Social Health Society (corporateBody)

Tulare County School Health Advisory Board (corporateBody)

Alexander Cohen) (person)

Mental Health Association (corporateBody)

Albert Einstein Medical Center (corporateBody)

Hawaii Catholic Physicians' Guild (corporateBody)

Hofstra College (corporateBody)

Alameda County Health Department (corporateBody)

KYW-TV (corporateBody)

Washburn University (corporateBody)

WVIZ-TV (corporateBody)

Duke University (corporateBody)

Potomac School (corporateBody)

Massachusetts Council on Family Life (corporateBody)

National Assembly on the Future of the Family (corporateBody)

Womanschool (corporateBody)

Taunton State Hospital (corporateBody)

KGO-Radio AM (corporateBody)

Margaret Sanger Research Bureau (corporateBody)

The Margaret Sanger Research Bureau (MSRB) began as the Clinical Research Bureau in 1923, operating under the direction of the American Birth Control League (ABCL). In 1928, Sanger resigned as president of the ABCL and assumed full control of the clinic, renaming it the Birth Control Clinical Research Bureau (BCCRB). The BCCRB reunited with the ABCL in a 1939 merger that created the Birth Control Federation of America (renamed Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA) in 1942), but the cli...

McGill University (corporateBody)

American psychiatric association (corporateBody)

Columbia University. School of Public Health (corporateBody)

Poughkeepsie Board of Education (corporateBody)

Whitman College (corporateBody)

The 1986 American Philosophical Association's Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Education in Philosophy gained Whitman national recognition for having received an honor that had been awarded only twice before. When it was discovered that the award had beenfabricated by a disgruntled ex-student,Whitman received national recognition and ridicule. From the guide to the Whitman College Philosophy Department Records, 1987-1989, (Whitman College and Northwest Archives) Whitman...

Honolulu County Medical Society and Academy of General Practice (corporateBody)

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The New Lincoln School (corporateBody)

Canisius College (corporateBody)

Canisius College was founded by priests of the Society of Jesus in 1870. The first Bishop of Buffalo, John Timon, was anxious to provide Catholic education for his people and persistently appealed to Jesuit superiors to open a college in the Buffalo area. At first these requests were denied, due to a shortage of personnel and financial resources but in 1870, responding to the request of Bishop Steven Ryan, successor to Bishop Timon a start was made which has continued and expanded e...

State university of New York at Stony Brook (corporateBody)

Samuel B. Gould served as Chancellor of the State University of New York from 1964-1970. From the description of Inauguration of Samuel Brookner Gould as President of the State University of New York, 1965. (SUNY Geneseo). WorldCat record id: 173818567 CURRENT FUNCTIONS. The State University of New York (SUNY) provides a State-supported system of higher education for the youth of the State. It accomplishes this through geographically dispersed college and univer...

WNET-TV (corporateBody)

Religious Education Association of the United States and Canada (corporateBody)

Lyons Township High School (corporateBody)

University of Colorado Medical School (corporateBody)

City Club of Rochester (corporateBody)

American Medical Writers Association (corporateBody)

Texas Council on Family Relations (corporateBody)

Goldman, Juliette (person)

Christ Methodist Church (corporateBody)

Cornell Medical School (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...

Committee of Homosexuality and Worship and Ministry (corporateBody)

SIECUS (corporateBody)

Hofstra University. (corporateBody)

The Program for Higher Education of the Disabled was conceived of in 1963 and implemented in 1965. The goal was to provide opportunities for higher education to all academically qualified applicants. In 1981 Hofstra became architecturally barrier free and 100% accessible to the physically challenged. From the description of P.H.E.D. collection, 1961-1982. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155550622 Student Voices was a newspaper written by Hofstra students for prospective Hofst...

Florida Atlantic university (corporateBody)

In 1955, the Florida Legislature authorized establishment of Florida's fifth public university to serve the southeastern region of the state. Boca Raton banker Thomas F. Fleming Jr. worked with a number of associates including U.S. Senator George Smathers and U.S. Congressman Paul Rogers to petition the Civil Aeronautics Administration, in order to secure the vacated 1,250 acre U.S. Army airbase in Boca Raton for the site of the university. This proposal was unanimously endorsed in 1957 by the F...

Sangamon County Medical Society (corporateBody)

New Garden Boarding School (corporateBody)

KDKA-TV (corporateBody)

John Burroughs School (corporateBody)

Phi Delta Epsilon (corporateBody)