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Abbe, Elfriede papers, 1840-2010.

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 1102
  • Size: 4.9 cubic ft. Correspondence, photographs, calendars, catalogs, manuscripts, notes, prints, sketches, pamphlets, mimeographed typescripts, news articles, and printing equipment
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Collection consists of professional papers; letters concerning a piece of her sculpture, "The Hunter," and the publication of an article on her work; photographs of her and her sculpture; appointment calendars with descriptions of her work, photographs of her works; a catalog of her sculpture; wood cut illustrations, materials for books she illustrated; sketches; wood engraving blocks; announcements of publications of her books and of her gallery shows; typescripts of lectures given; and news articles on her works of art.

American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences records,1899-2008

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 6578
  • Size: 350.4 cubic fee Correspondence, subject files, publications, photographs, audiotapes, videotapes, scrapbooks, memorabilia, and artifacts
  • Subject: College of Human Ecology
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Reports, minutes, resolutions, bylaws, publications, and correspondence, pertaining to the history of the association; membership lists, planning guides, national records, handbooks, public relations material, Board of Directors records, newsletters, programs, annual reports, photographs, video- and audiotapes, and records of the International Federation for Home Economics. Includes records concerning the history of home economics, families, youth, consumer education, the International Family Planning Project, public policy, and nutrition

Breast Cancer and Environmental Risk Factors Program record

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 3783
  • Size: 5 cubic feet Printed Materials, Publications, Reports, Research Material
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Includes educational publications, grant reports, reprints of research publications, video tapes and CDs on teleconferences and workshops, and materials pertaining to the founding and history of the program

Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen. Ladies' Society. Grand Lodge records, 1884-1972.

  • Repository: Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 5176
  • Size: 1 linear ft. Constitutions, proceedings, reports, manuscripts, programs.
  • Subject: Labor History
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: The remaining records of the Ladies' Society of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen (BLF & E), and its successors.

Caroline Werner Gannett papers,1888-1978.

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 2475
  • Size: 8.5 cubic ft. Correspondence, Diaries, Research Materials, Scrapbooks
  • Subject: Commerce
  • Subject: Cornell University
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Subject: World War II
  • Abstract: Papers of Caroline Werner Gannett contain personal, business, and social correspondence, including letters between CWG and her parents, sisters, friends, husband, and children; courtship letters from Frank E. Gannett; correspondence relating to Rochester and Miami Beach country clubs and other social groups in which she was actively involved; letters concerning her work with the Frank E. Gannett Newspaperboy Scholarship Fund, Inc., the American Red Cross (1941-1944), the New York State War Council, the New York State Board of Regents (1947-1963), and other organizations; and letters regarding her many awards, citations, and honorary degrees. Also, correspondence, speeches, drafts, and printed material pertaining to CWG's involvement with the Syracuse University Youth Development Center and the White House Conference on Children and Youth; and correspondence, printed material, and memorabilia relating to the 1960 Republican campaign. The collection also includes photographs of the Gannett, Werner, and related families, as well as pictures of CWG, her friends, and associates; student scrapbooks, diaries, poems, plays, and other prose written by Caroline Werner; and printed material from social, political, and religious organizations

Ceres Circle records

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 3413
  • Size: .2 cubic ft. Meeting minutes, membership lists, and newspaper clippings.
  • Subject: Agriculture
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Includes meeting minutes, membership lists, and newspaper clippings.

Charlton, Kimberly E. papers, 1990-1997

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 3217
  • Size: 0.2 cubic ft. Correspondence, schedules, brochures, memorabilia, newspaper clippings.
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Cornell Fencing memorablia and clippings collected by Kim Charlton, a member of the team. Materials cover the Title IX lawsuit brought against Cornell University by the Women's Fencing and Gymnastics teams.

Child Study Club of Ithaca records, 1901-198

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 2932
  • Size: 1.4 cubic ft Minutes; constitutions, bylaws, and amendments; correspondence; a history; financial records; yearbooks; rosters; pamphlets; hand outs; and clippings
  • Subject: Social Sciences
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Collection includes minutes of the Child Study Club of Ithaca dealing with the club's interests and activities, including the mental and physical development of children; theories of child behavior; children's entertainment; local organizations for children, such as Girl Scouts and West Side House; constitutions, bylaws, and amendments, 1921-1973; correspondence of the Secretary with other organizations, 1923-1965, including the City Federation of Women's Organizations, the American Red Cross, Ithaca Better Films Council, Tompkins County Tuberculosis and Public Health Association, and the League of Women Voters of Tompkins County; a history of the club by Lucille H. Gunkel, 1969; financial records, 1930-1961; yearbooks and rosters, 1903-1976; pamphlets, hand outs, and clippings

Church Women United in the Schenectady Area records, 1935-201

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 3430
  • Size: 2.3 cubic ft. Constitutions, minutes of and agenda for meetings, correspondence and memoranda, clippings and programs, schedules of events, rosters, attendance sheets, reports, budget proposals, financial records, photographs, newsletters, and other records
  • Subject: Religion
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Contains organizational records, including material related to affiliation and cooperation with local, national, and international organizations and records of predecessor organizations

Cline, Carolynne papers, 1933-1984.

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 2112
  • Size: 2.4 cubic ft., Correspondence, course papers, scrapbooks, photograph albums, Cornelliana, memorabilia, films, audiotapes, and transcripts.
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Collection consists of correspondence; college course work; scrapbooks; photograph albums; Cornelliana; memorabilia; two movie films pertaining to Carol Cline's senior year, Robert Cline, parents, graduation, and the Class of 1937 reunion in 1939; two tapes and transcripts of a commentary on the films, a photograph album, and two scrapbooks; two tapes of the Class of 1939 Women's Reunion, 1964; and two tapes of "Carol's Corner" interviews with Cornell-affiliated people.

College of Home Economics records, 1875-197

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 0749
  • Size: ca. 79.7 cubic ft. Correspondence, photographs, course materials, records, pamphlets, booklets, compact disks, videos, audio tapes, and ephemera
  • Subject: College of Human Ecology
  • Subject: Architecture and Planning
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Subject: World War II
  • Abstract: Collection includes administrative records; records of the College's involvement with government, educational, and private organizations at the national, state, and local levels; College activities within divisions of the University; the College's involvement in World War I, World War II, ; student activities of undergraduates, graduate students, and alumni; teaching and research studies and reports; and extension work. Also included is a large amount of material related to the history of the College of Home Economics, Martha Van Rensselaer, Flora Rose, and their correspondence previous to 1921

Comstock, John Henry and Anna Botsford papers, 1833-1955

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 0025
  • Size: 5.8 cubic ft. Correspondence, Diaries, Manuscripts, Photographs, Printed Materials, Publications, Research Materials
  • Subject: College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
  • Subject: Entomology
  • Subject: Life Sciences
  • Subject: Cornell University
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Includes personal correspondence of Anna Botsford and Henry John (later John Henry) Comstock, 1859-1923; professional correspondence (1878-1926) documenting John Henry Comstock's influence in the development of entomology departments in colleges throughout the United States; publications by or about the Comstocks; lecture and field notes; certificates and awards; typescript draft of an autobiography by Anna Comstock, published posthumously as THE COMSTOCKS OF CORNELL: JOHN HENRY AND ANNA BOTSFORD COMSTOCK edited by Glenn W. Herrick and Ruby Green Smith, 1953; Botsford and Comstock family photographs; Anna Botsford diaries (1870-71, 1874-75) and poem; a scrapbook relating to the Botsford family, Phebe Irish Botsford, and Anna Botsford Comstock; materials concerning wood engraving; photographs and sketches (pen and ink and pencil) of insects by Anna Comstock used in Comstock Press publications; glass lantern slides used in Anna Comstock's nature study classes; wood block; engraving tools; and wood engravings of plants, insects, and nature scenes by Anna Botsford Comstock

Conference on Alternative State and Local Policies records,1974-1986

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 6756
  • Size: 4 cubic ft Printed Materials, Publications, Reports, Research Material
  • Subject: Architecture and Planning
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Reports and legislation briefs, policy agendas, reports, and briefs. Subjects include women's issues, family farms, tax reform, community energy planning, local food, plant closings, cooperatives, South African divestment, toxic chemicals, and health care

Cooper, Barbara Hope papers, 1963-1999

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 3072
  • Size: 6.2 cubic ft. Correspondence, notes, calculations, materials for talks, data collection information, publication drafts and reprints, and course materials.
  • Subject: Physical Sciences and Engineering
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Includes research and teaching materials of Barbara Hope Cooper, a Cornell University physics professor.

Cooper, Sarah Brown Ingersoll Papers, 1813-1921

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 6543
  • Size: 13.2 cubic ft. Correspondence, photographs, diaries, newspaper clippings.
  • Subject: Civil War
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Personal material and material relating to Sarah B. Cooper's work in Bible Schools, Kindergartens, and Women's Organizations.

Cornell University Class of 1937 (Women) records, 1937-1997

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 0738
  • Size: 6.7 cubic ft., Correspondence, programs, pamphlets, photographs, memoranda, memorabilia, questionnaires, clippings, audiotapes, and other papers
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Records of the Class of 1937 Women's Secretary, Carol Cline, include correspondence, programs, pamphlets, photographs, memoranda, and memorabilia pertaining to reunions; questionnaires and other biographical information for each reunion; a guide for class secretaries, clippings, and other printed material; "Class of 1937 Women, History Since Graduation, 1937-1990," and tape recordings of the Women's Reunion Banquet and Midnight Dormitory Party (1962), Introduction to 1937 Banquet, and the 45th Reunion Banquet at the Johnson Art Museum. Also, questionnaires about the class, 1972-1991

Cornell University Office of the Dean of Women records, 1922-195

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 0260
  • Size: 4 cubic ft Correspondence and subject files
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Correspondence and subject files of the Dean of Women

Cornell University Women's Judiciary Board records, 1923-1962.

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 1130
  • Size: 1 cubic ft. Reports, minutes, historical material, case files, and records.
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Collection includes reports, minutes of board and committee meetings, historical material, case files, and other records of the Cornell University Women's Judiciary Board.

Cornell University Women's Studies Program record

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 1585
  • Size: ca. 22 cubic ft Correspondence, publications, printed materia
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Records of department faculty and speakers; course lists; seminars; annual reports and other material

Cornell Women's Club of Batavia record

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 3435
  • Size: 1.9 cubic foot Correspondence, Memorabilia, Newspaper
  • Subject: Regional History
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Victorian bird cage and copies of letters and clippings about it

Cornell Women's Club of Ithaca records, 1915-1972

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 1680
  • Size: .4 cubic ft. Correspondence, minutes, reports, and other records.
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Official records of the Cornell Women's Club of Ithaca including correspondence relating to membership and publicity notices for social events, correspondence and records relating to fund raising and fund raising events, meetings, the Federation of Cornell Women's Clubs, contributions to scholarship funds and scholarship winners. Also included are minutes and reports from Club meetings.

Cornell Women's Club of New York Records, 1950-1973

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 1674
  • Size: 3.7 cubic ft. Correspondence, publicity notices, newsletters, brochures, a handbook, minutes, programs, and other materials.
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Includes correspondence; materials related to the Federation of Cornell Women's Clubs; material on parties given for new graduates; publicity notices for social events; newsletters; brochures and other material related to art tours; officers handbook; minutes of meetings; history of the club; and programs of the Cornell Women's Club of New York

Deal, Jennette Howell diaries

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 3881
  • Size: 40 v., 20 reels of microfilm. Diaries; also available on microfilm (10 reels negative, 10 reels positive, 7150 microfilm exposures total).
  • Subject: Agriculture
  • Subject: Religion
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Forty volumes of diaries of Jennette H. Deal concerning her activities as a teacher and a farm wife, her participation in the Baptist church and other religious organizations, and the activities of family members. Many diaries also contain records of income and expenditures and lists of books read during the year.

Elmhirst, Dorothy Whitney Straight papers, 1887-1978

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 3725
  • Size: 10 cubic ft. Correspondence, scrapbooks, photographs, clippings, papers.
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Subject: World War I
  • Abstract: Includes both sides of Dorothy's correspondence with Willard D. Straight; letters from friends and relatives. Also materials on civic activities, correspondence on Willard Straight Hall, and correspondence on The New Republic and Asia magazines

Emily Howland papers,1797-1938.

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 2681
  • Size: 6.8 cubic ft., Correspondence, Research Materials
  • Subject: Anti-Slavery
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Collection consists primarily of correspondence; letters discuss attempts to establish schools for escaped slaves and freedmen in the South, abolition, Oberlin College President Charles Grandison Finney's opinion of John Brown and other abolitionists, the women's suffrage movement (especially in New York State), women's higher education, temperance, the Universal Peace movement, the National Arbitration League of Washington, aspects of Quaker life, the Society of Friends, the Freedmen's Bureau, and other issues. Correspondents include Isabel Howland, Caroline F. Putnam, Elizabeth Smith Miller, Sallie Holley, Antoinette Brown Blackwell, Cornelia Hancock, Amanda Sanford Hickey, Rev. John D. Read, Emma V. Brown, Booker T. Washington, Herbert Howland (while traveling in England, France, and Egypt), Hanna Letchworth Howland, Joseph and Richard Tallcott, Samuel Parsons, Ebenezer Burnham, George Lincoln Burr (to Isabel Howland), Lillie Devereux Blake, Mary E. Bowman, Gulielma Breed, Phoebe Hathaway, Henry Ince, J. R. Johnson, Alfred H. Love, E. Nash, Elizabeth Palmer Peabody, L. W. Stebbins, and Julia A. Wilbur. Also, papers of the related Tallcott and Howland families, and printed items containing letters and other information concerning the Rev. John D. Read and family

Engineering Women's Club records, 1922-1992.

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 1563
  • Size: 1.2 cubic ft. Minutes, reports, correspondence, clippings, songs, constitution, and histories.
  • Subject: Physical Sciences and Engineering
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Minutes of meetings, committee and membership lists, treasurer's reports, secretary's reports, annual reports, correspondence, clippings, songs, constitution, and histories of the Engineering Women's Club from its inception in 1922 until 1992.

Evans, Alice Catherine papers, 1908-1965.

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 2552
  • Size: .7 cubic ft. Correspondence, scientific speeches, articles, and reports.
  • Subject: Agriculture
  • Subject: Life Sciences
  • Subject: College of Veterinary Medicine
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Papers of Alice C. Evans, who graduated from Cornell University in 1909 and served as a dairy bacteriologist for the United States Department of Agriculture and for the United States Public Health Service.

Farley, Jennie papers, 1969-1980.

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 2710
  • Size: 3 c.f. Papers.
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Papers pertaining to the Women's Studies Program, the Provost's Committee on Women, the Trustees Committee on the Status of Women, the Women's Studies Friday Seminars, the Professional Skills Roster, and other issues.

Firebrand Books records, 1984-2000

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 7670
  • Size: 58 cubic ft. Manuscripts, financial records, personnel records, computer files, ephemera.
  • Subject: Human Sexuality
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Files on published books; rejection letters; invoices; distributors' reports; vendor files; files on conferences and events the publisher attended; file from publisher's service on the Advisory Committee to the Human Sexuality Collection, 1991; mailing list; lists of Firebrand employees and interns; summary of financial donations to Firebrand; Firebrand's web site; and posters that decorated the office

Ginsburg, Judith papers,1990-1993

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 3280
  • Size: 2 c.f. Manuscripts, printed materials.
  • Subject: Human Sexuality
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Files relating to Professor Ginsburg's participation in the organization of the American Philological Association's Committee on Professional Matters and to a session on Sexual Harrassment and the Classics Profession proposed for an annual meeting of the association.

Hazzard, Florence Woolsey papers, 1819-197

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 2516
  • Size: 1.4 cubic ft.
  • Subject: Literary Collections
  • Subject: Cornell University
  • Subject: Photographic Collections
  • Subject: Social Sciences
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Correspondence, manuscripts of writings, notes and bibliographies, printed matter, photographs, and other papers dealing mainly with Hazzard's studies of eminent American women, including an unpublished work "Women Pioneers in Democracy"; unpublished biography of Dr. Eliza Mosher "Heart of the Oak," 394 pp. manuscript on microfilm; short biographical sketches of Cornelia Hancock, Julia Ward Howe, Alice Freeman Palmer, Lucy Stone, and Harriet Tubman, as well as Elizabeth Blackwell, Amanda Sanford Hickey, Dr. Mosher, and other women physicians; material on the Worlds Center for Women's Archives and the womens rights movement in the United States; other women represented include Abigail Adams, Susan B. Anthony, Angelina and Sarah Grimke, Lucretia Mott, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Emma Willard, and many others. Chief correspondents include Mary Ritter Beard, Carrie Chapman Catt, Edward Bradford Titchener, and Marjorie White. Also included are miscellaneous and personal papers of the Hazzard family, materials on the disposition of the Emily Howland papers; microfilm of photographs, letters, and printed materials concerning Emily Howland; and papers pertaining to Florence Hazzard's work in psychology, especially odor perception

Hepburn, Ethel Remington

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 7759
  • Size: 0.1 cubic fee Correspondence
  • Subject: Human Sexuality
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: The collection contains correspondence and other materials related to the early birth control movement in the United States

Intersession Program on Women records, 196

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 1238
  • Size: .3 cubic ft Transcripts, correspondenc
  • Subject: College of Human Ecology
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Transcripts of taped sessions of a conference on "Women Today" sponsored by the New York State College of Human Ecology (then the College of Home Economics), including transcript of a session on "The Black Woman in America"; memoranda; correspondence; schedules; agenda; and summaries and commentary on sessions

Interviews by Kathryn M. Moore, 1975-197

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 2360
  • Size: 19 cassette tapes Cassette tapes and transcripts
  • Subject: College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
  • Subject: College of Human Ecology
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Interviews with fifteen Cornell emeritus women professors and notable women conducted by Kathryn M. Moore. Interviewees include Cornell professors Alice Bryant, Helen Dudley Bull, Ruth Comstock, Alice Cook, Louise Daniel, Eleanor Emerson, Eleanor Gibson, Isabel Peard, Mabel Rollins, Laura Lee Smith, Evelyn Stout, and Ethel Vatter. Other notable women interviewed are Constance Cook, Katherine Palmer, and Bernice Sandler

Ithaca City Federation of Women's Organizations record

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 2643
  • Size: 4.5 cubic ft Correspondence, Manuscripts, Newspapers, Printed Materials, Report
  • Subject: Regional History
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Collection includes correspondence, preliminary sketches, and bluprints concerning the construction of the Women's Community Building in Ithaca, New York

Ithaca Feminist Radio Collection, "Being Ourselves" records, 1970-1998

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 6483
  • Size: 33.2 cubic ft. Audiotapes, studio and meeting notes, correspondence, articles.
  • Subject: Regional History
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Audiotapes of "Being Ourselves," a program that was produced by the Ithaca Feminist Radio Collective and broadcast in Ithaca, NY, on Sunday mornings. Also, notes and files from collective meetings and relating to producing the show.

Ithaca Woman's Club records

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 2743
  • Size: .3 cubic ft. Manuscript volumes, receipts, programs, historical summaries, news clippings, and a scrapbook
  • Subject: College of Human Ecology
  • Subject: Regional History
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Records include three manuscript volumes containing constitution, by-laws, list of charter members; treasurers' records (1897-1909); and minutes of the Home Economic Section of the Ithaca Woman's Club (1902). Also miscellaneous items including receipts, programs, historical summaries, news clippings. One scrapbook containing a history of the club, lists of charter and early members, photographs of club presidents and copies of presidents' speeches and club brochures (1897-1949)

Jackson, Laura (Riding) and Schuyler B., 1924-199

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 4608
  • Size: 24.2 cubic ft. Correspondence, literary manuscripts, unpublished works, audio recording
  • Subject: Literary Collections
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Consists mainly of correspondence between Laura (Riding) Jackson and a substantial number of authors, critics, publishers and friends. The collection also gathers literary manuscripts, in particular revised drafts of book-length unpublished works, and notes and commentaries written by Laura (Riding) Jackson about her poetry and criticism. Includes an audio recording of (Riding) Jackson reading in New York City, 1984

Kaas, Lee papers

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 6520
  • Size: 11 cubic ft. Manuscripts
  • Subject: Labor History
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Files relating to her career, to her teaching at Elmira College, and to a sexual discrimination lawsuit.

Kenney, Eudorus Catlin papers

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 2116
  • Size: 2.5 cubic ft Correspondence, Manuscripts, Printed Materials, Publication
  • Subject: Literary Collections
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Incoming letters concerning Kenney's writings; religious, ethical, and scientific questions; Cornell University alumni affairs; and personal and family matters

Kitchelt, Florence Ledyard Cross papers, 1896-1954.

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 2009
  • Size: 26 items. Correspondence, notes, reminiscences, and printed items.
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Letters from Susan Dixwell Miller (Mrs. Gerrit Smith Miller) concerning Miss Cross' settlement house work for women in Brooklyn; letters, notes, and reminiscences concerning the beginnings of the George Junior Republic in Freeville, New York; and family letters and printed items.

Layton, Pauline papers, 1967-1999

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 7620
  • Size: 0.5 cubic ft. Manuscripts, clippings, pamphlets and other published materials, videos.
  • Subject: Human Sexuality
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Documents from the creation and early years of Cornell's lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered student groups, and the Cornell Women's Studies Program (1968-1981). Pamphlets, articles, and other documents on the women's, sexual liberation, and gay liberation movements of the late 1960's and 1970's. Layton's reflections on her own gender and sexual identity. Videos concerning AIDS and equal rights for gays and lesbians

Lindseth collection of American woman suffrage,[ca. 1820-1920]

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 8002
  • Size: ca. 500 items. Correspondence, Memorabilia, Printed Materials, Research Materials
  • Subject: Humanities
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: The collection includes rare books, periodicals, pamphlets, broadsides, convention leaflets, letters, cartoons, photographs, banners, campaign buttons, and other objects.

Lurie, Alison papers, [ca. 1960-1977]

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 2572
  • Size: 5 cubic ft. Notes, drafts, proofs, manuscript, correspondence.
  • Subject: Literary Collections
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Notes, drafts, and printer's proofs of books by Lurie including Love and Friendship, Imaginary Friends, Real People, Foreign Affairs, The War Between the Tates, The Truth About Lorin Jones, Women and Ghosts, and The Last Resort; manuscript of a short story; and correspondence. Correspondents include Sue Kaufman, David Garnett, Christopher Isherwood, Olivia Manning, Arthur Mizener, Jean Stafford, and Edmund Wilson

Malott, Deane W. papers, 1951-1964.

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 0651
  • Size: 31.8 cubic ft. Correspondence, office files.
  • Subject: Cornell Presidents
  • Subject: Social Sciences
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: The Deane W. Malott Papers consist of correspondence and office files deriving from his presidency of Cornell University from 1951 to 1963.

May Anti-Slavery manuscript collection, 1749-1933

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 4601
  • Size: 10.5 linear ft. Correspondence and diaries.
  • Subject: Anti-Slavery
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Correspondence and diaries of Samuel Joseph May (1797-1871), an American Unitarian minister and civil libertarian. He was one of the founders of the New England Anti-Slavery Society in 1832 and of the American Anti-Slavery Society in 1833; he also worked for women's rights.

McNish family papers, 1773-1926.

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 0754
  • Size: 2.1 cubic ft. Land accounts, deeds, wills, merchandising statements, school records, correspondence, recipes, contracts, bills, and other papers.
  • Subject: Physical Sciences and Engineering
  • Subject: Regional History
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Families papers from Washington County, New York.

Mead, Catherine A. papers, 1854-1920

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 3645
  • Size: .3 cubic ft. Correspondence and a will.
  • Subject: Agriculture
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Letters to Catherine A. Mead, Ithaca, Tompkins County, New York, from relatives and friends, mostly concerning family news such as marriages, births, deaths, and health. Financial matters such as crop prices and debts are also mentioned. Catherine Mead's will is included

Medical Society of the County of Monroe record

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 3083
  • Size: 22 cubic ft. Printed Materials, Research Materials, Scrapbook
  • Subject: Human Sexuality
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Subject files of committees, minutes of meetings, reports, records of death associated with pregnancy and childbirth, constitution and bylaws as amended June 1876, financial records, pamphlets, and scrapbooks of the Medical Society of the County of Monroe, Inc

Mortar Board Honor Society records, 1936-1996

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 2199
  • Size: 2.4 cubic ft. Correspondence, a minute book, an audiotape, and other records.
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Early records of the organization, a national senior honor society for women. Letter and tape recorded reminiscences of Lulu S. Howard and letter from Lois Osborn, both to Marjorie E. Lasko of Ohio State University for a Mortar Board history project, 1984.

National Council on Household Employment records, 1908-1946.

  • Repository: Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 5226
  • Size: 6 linear ft. Manuscripts, correspondence, subject files, meeting minutes, constitutions, bylaws, news clippings, financial records, questionnaires
  • Subject: African-American Studies
  • Subject: Labor History
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Include materials of the National Committee on Employer-Employee Relationships in the Home, and the National Council on Household Employment (1928-1941); correspondence (carbons and originals) (1928-1941); and publications regarding household employment (1908-1941).

Newfield Public Library manuscript collectio

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 3046
  • Size: 3 reels of microfilm Minutes, catalogues, records, proceedings, constitution, bylaws, a directory, a census book, a "death book," and periodicals
  • Subject: Regional History
  • Subject: Social Sciences
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Minutes of the Newfield School Board, District 5, 8 and 18; Newfield Public Library minute book and catalogues, and Newfield Town Library Association, program; records and proceedings of the Town of Cayuta, Tioga County, New York; constitution, bylaws, and minutes of the Newfield Literary Society and Debating Club; constitution, by laws, minutes, and list of ex-presidents of the Newfield Ladies Monday Club; directory of the Newfield and Trumbull's Corners Methodist Episcopal Church and Sunday School; undertaker's census book and "Death Book" (annual list of people buried); Grant's Petersburg Progress (Virginia), Vol. l, No. 4, April 10, 1965; and issues of the Newfield Tribune and the Newfield Home News

New York Woman Suffrage collectio

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 8041
  • Size: .1 cubic ft Printed Materials, Publication
  • Subject: Social Sciences
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Includes flyers and broadsides regardinf Woman Suffrage movement

Northrup, Edwin Dwight papers, [ca. 1820-1960]

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 4190
  • Size: 48 cubic ft. Correspondence, diaries, legal papers, and financial records.
  • Subject: Social Sciences
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Personal correspondence, diaries, legal papers, and financial records of Northrup, c.1870-1919, and his predecessor, lawyer and land agent William Samuel Johnson, c.1820-1897, both of Ellicottville, N.Y. Also correspondence and financial records of L. Ellen Northrup and Mrs. Elvena D. Northrup about the Northrup Style Shoppe, c.1890-1960, and correspondence with Eugene Debs, Theodore Debs, and Emma Goldman concerning socialism, women's rights, and other topics.

O'Leary, Jean papers, 1977-1978

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 7321
  • Size: .4 cubic ft. Correspondence, notes, minutes, press releases, questionnaires.
  • Subject: Human Sexuality
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Correspondence, notes, minutes, and press releases pertaining to the International Women's Year and its national conference in 1977; also, questionnaires, lists of delegates, and supplementary publications relating to the International Women's Year, its conference, and to women's and lesbian issues.

Perkins, James papers,1963-1969.

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 1022
  • Size: 44 cubic ft. Correspondence, administrative papers, and reports.
  • Subject: African-American Studies
  • Subject: Cornell Presidents
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: The papers of James A. Perkins consist of correspondence, reports, administrative management forms and records, drafts of speeches, correspondence, notes of telephone conversations, memoranda for the record, substantive inter-office notes and memos, commission reports, departmental reports to the President, tape recordings, transcripts, broadsides, a phonodisc, and letters received by the President's Office concerning the events on campus in the Spring of 1969

Photographs and postcards of women collection, circa 1900-1960

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 7678
  • Size: 50 photographs and 1 album. Photographs, postcards.
  • Subject: Human Sexuality
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: A collection of photographs and postcards from various sources, primarily of unidentified women by unidentified photographers that show women in various homosocial poses or in gender transgressive dress or behavior. Some images may be of sisters, relatives, or female friends; some are explicitly lesbian in nature. Together, they give visual documentation of women's relationships, body language, and dress. Specific descriptions follow.

Rankin, Louise Spieker papers, 1937-1952.

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 1438
  • Size: .4 cubic ft. Correspondence, a notebook, a diary, and a manuscript.
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Thirty-eight letters (1937) from Rankin mainly to her mother concerning social life, household management, and travels to India where her husband, Everett H. Rankin (Cornell University Class of 1912), was a Standard Oil representative; a notebook of information she collected on Indian trees (1938); and her diary (1939-1943). Also, her unfinished biography of Liberty Hyde Bailey (319 page typescript) and a letter (1952) from Romeyn Berry, who comments on the completed portion, which deals with Bailey's life up until the time he came to Cornell.

Scanlan, Theresa papers, 1938-1977

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 3378
  • Size: 1 cubic ft.
  • Subject: Life Sciences
  • Subject: Cornell University
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Consists of correspondence, programs, pamphlets, clippings, a photograph of Dr. Scanlan and others, and constitutions and bylaws of the American Medical Women's Association, the Women's Medical Society of New York State, and the Women's Medical Association of New York City, and membership lists for the latter two organizations. Papers primarily concern her active participation in professional organizations, particularly as chairman of the Alice Stone Woolley Memorial Fund Committee and Regional Director (North Atlantic) of the American Medical Women's Association; as chairman of the Scientific Program Committee; as vice president and president of the Women's Medical Society of New York State; and as chairman of the Membership Committee of the Medical Women's International Association. They also document her concern for the equal rights of women in medical education programs and in the armed forces and her support of the Equal Rights Amendment of 1944. Correspondents include Drs. Dorothy Wells Atkinson, Emily Dunning Barringer, Mary A. Jennings, Zoe Allison Johnstone, Elise S. L'Esperance, Julia V. Lichtenstein, Marguerite P. McCarthy-Brough, Madge C.L. McGuinnes, Mary Riggs Noble, Ada Chree Reid, Adelaide Romaine, Elizabeth S. Waugh, Katherine W. Wright, and Alice Stone Woolley; also, John H. Fay, Congressman from New York, and Olive O. Van Horn, Executive Secretary of the National Council of Scientific, Professional, Art and White Collar Organizations

Schiess, Betty Bone papers, 1965-2012

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 4468
  • Size: 18.8 cubic ft. Correspondence, chronological and subject files, clippings, schedules, photographs, audio and video cassettes, biographical information, and legal documents
  • Subject: Religion
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Correspondence, litigation files, documents, clippings, photographs, audio and video cassettes concerning the various causes and organizations with which Reverend Schiess was concerned, particularly the ordination of women and feminist issues. Organizations include the International Association of Women Ministers, the Episcopal Society for the Examination of Feminist Issues, the National Organization for Women, and the Movement for the Ordination of Women. Much of the material pertains to the July 1974 ordination of the "Philadelphia 11" and to the Lambeth Conference (England) and the General Convention of the Episcopal Church. Files, 1889-1991, compiled by Lois M. Black relating to the Episcopal Society of the Examination of Feminist Issues and other topics relating to women's ordination. Includes a nomination submission for the National Women's Hall of Fame, 1994. Book: Why Me Lord?; typescript paper "Goodbye to All That" explaining her current feelings about the Episcopal Church and women's issues; and cassette tape - New Zealand Public Radio, 1993

Scott, Matthew T. papers, 1831-1930.

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 0330
  • Size: 4.5 cubic ft. Correspondence, contracts, reports, business diaries, receipts, deeds and other financial documents
  • Subject: Agriculture
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: A collection of business documents relating to the establishment and development of a 55,000-acre frontier estate in Illinois and a 5,000-acre estate in Iowa, by Matthew T. Scott, Jr., of Lexington, Kentucky, the Scott family and other partners. Notebooks and papers dating from 1852 describe purchases, acquisitions and sales of land and the development costs and crop yields of frontier farms.

Sigma Delta Epsilon, Alpha Chapter records, 1921-1990.

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 0835
  • Size: 2.1 cubic ft. Correspondence, minutes, financial records, and reports.
  • Subject: Physical Sciences and Engineering
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Records pertain to the organization and functioning of Sigma Delta Epsilon.

Sigma Delta Epsilon records, 1920-2012

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 3605
  • Size: 9.2 cubic feet. Includes correspondence, bulletins, membership lists, reports, minutes, financial records, questionnaires, records of conventions, and histories, newsletters, and related records, as well as tape recordings
  • Subject: Life Sciences
  • Subject: Physical Sciences and Engineering
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Includes correspondence, bulletins, membership lists, reports, minutes, financial records, questionnaires, records of conventions, and histories of Sigma Delta Epsilon and its chapters, newsletters, and related records. Also, tape recordings of Grand Chapter meeting, National Council meeting, and 65th Anniversary speeches, 1986

Stoneman, Bertha papers, 1894-1945.

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 4230
  • Size: .4 cubic ft. Correspondence, speeches, student notebooks, thesis, photographs, and poetry.
  • Subject: Africa
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Correspondence, speeches, student notebooks, thesis, photographs, and poetry of Bertha Stoneman. Also, Huguenot College yearbooks, University of Toronto centenary programs (with a reference to Livingston Farrand), and pamphlets about South Africa.

Taylor, Valerie papers, 1913-1997

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 7627
  • Size: 8.7 cubic ft. Literary manuscripts, correspondence, interviews, photographs, video and audio tapes, memorabilia.
  • Subject: Human Sexuality
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Personal and professional papers of Valerie Taylor, lesbian author and poet, peace activist, and feminist. Consists mainly of correspondence and published and unpublished literary manuscripts, but also includes materials relating to her personal life, drafts of speeches, book reviews, news stories, photographs, video and audio tapes, and subject files relating to feminist, literary, peace, Quaker, and lesbian activities. Also contains the letters and unpublished literary works of those with whom she corresponded.

United Transportation Union. Ladies' Auxiliary. Iowa Joint Board minutes, 1913-1972.

  • Repository: Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 5196
  • Size: 1.5 linear feet. Meeting minutes.
  • Subject: Labor History
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Minutes, 1913-1972, of the Iowa state meetings of the Ladies' Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen and its successor, the Iowa Joint Board, Ladies' Auxiliary of the United Transportation Union.

Wall family papers

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 2012
  • Size: .3 cubic ft.
  • Subject: Civil War
  • Subject: Cornell University
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Collection includes a series of letters from Charles William Wall, a sergeant in the 151st Regiment, New York Volunteers, mainly concerning troop movements, camp experiences, and other aspects of his life as a Union Army soldier in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, D.C., but also dealing with his employment by a mining and milling company in Colorado (1869); other Civil War letters from William Emerson, Henry Harrington, and Charles McCarthy; letters from Jane Middleton, telling of her work in New York City among indigent women (1864); and an autobiographical sketch (1881) of Andrew Wall, who had emigrated from England in 1833.

Westcott, Cynthia papers, 1922-1983

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 4095
  • Size: 4.9 cubic ft. Correspondence, periodicals, newspapers, notes, manuscripts, line drawings, scrapbooks, photographs, and appointment books.
  • Subject: Agriculture
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Business correspondence with publishing companies, with periodicals and newspapers relating to books and articles written by Westcott, and with nurseries about test roses and other plants; general correspondence; some family correspondence; research notes for books and articles; papers related to the American Rose Foundation and Society; manuscripts of talks given to Garden Clubs of America and other organizations; correspondence with and about the author of SILENT SPRING, Rachel Carson; line drawings used as book illustrations; scrapbooks of newsclippings and articles; photographs; Rose Day guest lists; and appointment books

White, Helen Magill papers, 1865-193

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 4107
  • Size: 7.6 cubic ft. Correspondence, microfilm, notebooks, papers, photographs
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Includes Magill family correspondence; correspondence between Helen and friends; papers pertaining to Helen's work as principal of Howard Institute; letters between Helen and A. D. White before and after their marriage; correspondence with White's children; correspondence with Karin, Helen's daughter; and microfilm of diaries

Wiegand, Elizabeth papers, 1926-1969

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 1242
  • Size: 5 cubic ft. Conference programs, speeches, bulletins, correspondence, and other papers.
  • Subject: College of Human Ecology
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Includes bound volumes of conference progams, speeches, and bulletins; bound and unbound bulletins on household economics and management; correspondence about budgeting, records of adult home management programs; and other papers of Elizabeth Wiegand related to her career on the faculty of the New York State College of Home Economics.

Women's Medical Society of New York State records, 1907-1972

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 2609
  • Size: 2 cubic ft. Correspondence, newsletters, circular letters, minutes, reports, financial accounts, membership lists, a register, a scrapbook, a record book, clippings, photographs, and manuscript and printed miscellany.
  • Subject: East Asia
  • Subject: Religion
  • Subject: Social Sciences
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Correspondence for the United Board for Christian Colleges in China; officials in medical schools in China, Korea, and India; student recipients of medical scholarships; and medical missionaries concerning their activities and the financial support which the Society gave to Christian women medical students in these countries; letters of women doctors concerning the business of the Society; and newsletters and circular letters of the Society, its Medical Education Committee, and various organizations and persons mentioned above. Also, minutes, reports, and financial accounts (1937-1966), membership lists, a register (1907-1956) including signatures of those attending various Society meetings, a scrapbook (1911-1953), a record book (1918-1952) consisting mainly of accounts of the Medical Education Committee, clippings, photographs, and manuscript and printed miscellany

Women's Roles and Well-Being Project record

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 2917
  • Size: 12.3 cubic ft Printed Materials, Research Material
  • Subject: College of Human Ecology
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Questionnaires and transcripts of interviews conducted during the project and reports, coding books and files concerning the project itself

Women's Sage College Memorial records, 1884-1885

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 0221
  • Size: .1 cubic ft Correspondence, a photograph, and other documents
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Correspondence among alumna relating to a memorial, protesting compulsory residence in Sage College; replies of college presidents relating to women's residence requirements at their colleges; account of the preparation of the memorial and evaluation of its effect by Ellen Coit Brown

Women's Self-Government Association records, 1915-1968

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 1208
  • Size: 15 cubic ft. Correspondence, Manuscripts, Memorabilia, Printed Materials, Financial Records, Reports
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Includes history, constitution, and bylaws; reports, minutes, correspondence, and notebooks of the Association President; reports, memoranda, and pamphlets of the Second Vice President; budgets, financial statements, checkbooks, correspondence, procedures, and reports of the House of Representatives, including the Judicial Committee and the Residence Committee; Executive Committee and W.S.G.A. Council minutes and reports; and subject files concerning student activities, campus organizations, dormitories, program evaluations, faculty committees, and other subjects. Also, Account books for 1938-40.

Young Women's Hospital Aid records, 1912-1967.

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 2854
  • Size: .4 cubic ft. Reports, minutes, correspondence, newsletters, newspaper clippings, pamphlets, and other records.
  • Subject: Social Sciences
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Records of the Young Women's Hospital Aid, a social organization whose prime function was fund raising for the Tompkins County Hospital. Officers and members of this group were usually prominent women of the Ithaca, New York area.

Zonta Club (Ithaca, N.Y.) record

  • Repository: Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
  • Collection Number: 3441
  • Size: 3.5 cubic ft Correspondence, Financial Records, Manuscripts, Printed Material
  • Subject: Social Sciences
  • Subject: Women's Studies
  • Abstract: Files relating to the Zonta club