02. Carey Shuart Women's Research Collection
Found in 81 Collections and/or Records:
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Found in: University of Houston Libraries Special Collections / Altrusa International Inc., Club of Houston Records
Dates: 1936-2009; Majority of material found within 1999-2009
Scope and Contents The full finding aid is available on TARO: https://legacy.lib.utexas.edu/taro/uhsc/00097/hsc-00097.htmlThe collection is organized in 17 series and is housed in 6 boxes that document the organization and community volunteer programs of the Altrusa Club of Houston. The collection includes meeting minutes, financial records, and annual records. Concerning the club's yearly activities, there are...
Found in: University of Houston Libraries Special Collections / American Association of University Women, West Harris County Branch Records
Scope and Contents The American Association of Universty Women (AAUW), West Harris County Branch Records document the history and operations of the organization from 1976 to 2020. Comprised of a Minutes series and a Publicity and Press series, include board, branch, and interbranch meeting minutes, newsletters, member directories, other administrative documents, newsletters, photographs, brochures, scrapbooks and member directories.
Found in: University of Houston Libraries Special Collections / Asians Against Domestic Abuse Records
Dates: 1985-2010; Majority of material found within 2001-2010
Scope and Contents This collection includes the articles of incorporation, by-laws, administrative documents, informational brochures, records of consciousness raising and fund-raising events, and newspaper clippings for the Asians Against Domestic Abuse organization. Materials are arranged topically and then chronologically, whenever possible. The series included are: Administrative Documents and Brochures and Other Publicity. The collection is comprised of 12 folders contained in 1 box.
Found in: University of Houston Libraries Special Collections / Association for Women in Science Records
Scope and Contents The current collection consists of general organizational records. Administrative materials such as agendas, minutes, financial reports, bylaws, correspondences of the AWIS Gulf Coast Chapter are present. Events, fundraisers, magazines, newsletters, publications and other programs make up the rest of the collection. The bulk of the papers are dated between 1993 and 1999.The records are arranged into twelve series: Organization, Events, Financial, Fundraisers, Magazines,...
Found in: University of Houston Libraries Special Collections / Auxiliary of the Center for Hearing and Speech Records
Scope and Contents This collection contains materials related to the establishment of the Auxiliary fundraising board of the Houston Center for Hearing and Speech, formerly known as the Houston School for Deaf Children. Press clippings, school newsletters, copies of speeches, and gala and meeting invitations are all included.
Dates: 1985-2008; Majority of material found within 2000-2008
Scope and Contents This collection is housed in 45 boxes and organized into 12 series entitled: Buffalo Bayou Partnership, Market Square Park Project, Art Lies (the magazine), good (the book), Blaffer Gallery, Friends of Integrative Medicine, Uncommon Cents, News clippings, photographs, A/V Materials, and Ephemera/Index Cards. Materials within this collection have been arranged topically and therein in chronological order.
Content Description The Sandi Seltzer Bryant Papers contain photographs, photo cds, correspondence, news clippings, newspapers, publicity and press release materials, artist files, reception announcements, artist catalogs, artist portfolios and scrapbooks, and reviews of her works.
Dates: 2003-2009; Majority of material found within 2005-2007
Scope and Contents This collection contains research materials, notes and correspondence related to the writing of The Rough Road to Justice: The Journey of Women Lawyers in Texas. The book was commissioned by the State Bar of Texas Committee for Women in the Profession in 2003 under the leadership of Ellen Elkins Grimes and funded in part by a grant from the State Bar Association as well as other donors. Materials are arranged by function, with each series referring to a type of document. Materials are arranged...
Scope and Contents Containing 13 series and housed in 6 boxes, this collection documents Mrs. Chenoweth's life's work as a lecturer and writer. Most notably, her lecture and radio show program materials are extensively represented in such formats as article clippings, correspondence, typescript, periodicals and photographic material. Mrs. Chenoweth's papers also document her social interactions with prominent individuals such as Queen Marie of Romania and President Herbert Hoover. Additionally, this collection...
Content Description The collection contains political campaign ads, photos, prints, news clippings, correspondence, ephemera,awards, and speeches that document her political career. Also contained is a personal scrapbook that contain early family photos that document her family history and early career.
Scope and Contents The collection consists mainly of media records such as articles, magazines, news clippings and newsletters. The collection also contains bills, bill analyses and proposals, speeches and brochures. Other printed materials in the collection include invitations to events, directories, certificates, cards and campaign originals. The ephemeral material consists of pins, posters, special license plates and framed photographs.The collection has been arranged into ten series: Media,...
Collection — Box 1
Content Description The collection contains articles and news clippings on Daya publicity, program fliers, Daya newsletters, seminar materials, and fundraiser programs.
Dates: 1967-2007; Majority of material found within 1990-2005
Scope and Contents The contents of this collection comprise the life of Harriet Joan Ehrlich. The bulk of the materials contained within revolve around Ehrlich’s tenure with the EEOC, specifically as director. The collection has been divided into eight (8) series: Correspondence, Certificates, Personal Writings, Multimedia, News Clippings, Press Books, In-Service Educational Materials, and Ephemera.