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WOM. Women's Manuscript Collections

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Identifier: WOM

Found in 65 Collections and/or Records:

Florence Daisy McCallum papers

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: 1973_U122-UA
Scope and Contents These papers document the University of Louisville women's basketball team between 1913 and 1916 and the graduation of the 1916 liberal arts class. The papers originally consisted of a bound journal, 1913-1914, which held photographs, clippings, and cartoons by McCallum; a scrapbook, circa 1913-1916; and a graduation book, 1916.
Dates: 1913-1916

Metropolitan Louisville Women's Political Caucus records

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 1996_112-UA
Scope and Contents The papers of the Metropolitan Louisville Women's Political Caucus (MLWPC) date 1975-81 and 1987-95. These papers detail the depth of political concern of this organization, showing how its members reach beyond local female candidacy issues, into local, state, and national human rights issues. The MLWPC papers show political concern for equality problems, domestic violence, sexual harassment, and other such matters. The scope of these papers, seen through the eight series,...
Dates: 1975-1981, 1987-1995

Barbara Simmons Miller papers

 Collection
Identifier: 2011_017-UA
Summary The Barbara Miller Papers include biographical and genealogical materials, professional papers documenting her library work and service on several community boards, and a few items documenting the lives of her husband, Rowland Miller, and mother Vivian Simmons. There are extensive narratives and photographic materials chronicling her trip to the Soviet Union and a lesser amount on her trip to Europe. Both the slides and accompanying script for her lecture on William H. Sheppard are also found...
Dates: 1915-1995

Lois Morris papers

 Collection
Identifier: 57K
Scope and Contents These are the papers of Lois Morris (1919-1989), former Louisville alderman and civil rights leader.The papers of Lois Walker Morris, dating from 1920 to 1988, were donated to the University of Louisville shortly after her death by Dr Ralph Morris, her husband. The papers provide an overview of Morris' interests and activism especially in regard to African-American women. The largest series is titled "Politically Active Organizations" (3.75 linear feet) concerning groups of which...
Dates: 1920-1988

National Organization for Women records

 Collection
Identifier: 1996_092-UA
Summary The collection contains chapter newsletters for the Jefferson County, Kentucky, branch of the National Organization for Women. Also present are meeting notices, some agendas, articles, and letters to editors concerning upcoming meetings.
Dates: 1986-1993

Althea Stephens Parmenter papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 2004_108-UA
Summary The collection includes some correspondence, personal and printed material, along with photographs and artwork. The bulk of the collection is made up of manuscript materials from her writings, including several revisions of a novel, The Voyage of the Golden Plover, some short stories and poetry, and appears to date from the 1960s-1980s.
Dates: 1960s-1980s

Joy Portugal papers

 Collection
Identifier: 2006_059-UA
Content Description This collection contains materials related to various civil rights movement organizations in Louisville and around the South from 1966-1984, created and collected by the donor, an activist with some of these organizations.
Dates: 1966-1984

Pro-Choice Coalition of Kentucky Records

 Collection
Identifier: 2005_054-UA
Scope and Contents This 1.75 linear foot collection consists mostly of financial records with a small amount of correspondence and published materials concerning the beliefs and bylaws of the organization.
Dates: 1989-2000

Rebecca and Mary Shoppe Records

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: 1976_017-UA
Scope and Contents These business records of the Rebecca and Mary Shoppe for the period 1942-1947 were found in the basement of the Brown Building at Fourth and Broadway. This women's clothing shop was located in the building, at that time known as the Brown Hotel. Rebecca Aldridge and Mary K. Shuster were the proprietors.
Dates: 1942-1947