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This collection consists of the publication, A Woman's Work, which was an annual publication on career options.
The records of the American Woman’s Association consist of materials relating to the founding and functioning of the organization over the course of seventy years, and include administrative documents, brochures, publications, clippings, miscellaneous printed materials, and photographs.
This collection contains 1700+ folders of feminist ephemera collected by the Barnard Center for Research on Women on topics such as women, gender, activism, labor, sexuality, healthcare, marriage, psychology, development, and law.
This collection contains socialist and second wave feminist research files and publications including journal articles, pamphlets, transcribed speeches, and magazines.
This collection contains correspondence to Bose, flyers, newsletters, and publications.
This collection consists of the Barnard College Dean's Office records.
This collection consists of Barnard alumna Idris Rossell's papers, correspondance, and research material from the government positions she held, which directly advocated for women’s equality in the work force.
This collection consists of the records of the Barnard College Office of Career Development.
This collection consists of materials from the Seven College Career Services program.
This collection consists of materials related to the Seven College Vocational workshops, which was a series workshops geared towards older women college graduates who wanted to enter or re-enter the job market.
This collection consists of correspondence, meeting minutes, reports, photographs, and additional documentation related to the Women and Work research group. The group, which was active starting in 1979 and met regularly in various formations through the 1990s, completed research and writing projects related to women's work experience, culminating in the publication of the book Hidden Aspects of Women's Work in 1987.