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Annette Kar Baxter Papers, 1905-1984
69 boxes (30 linear ft.)
Collection number: MS 258

Abstract:
Professor of American Studies and Women's Studies. The papers include personal and professional correspondence; writings and notes; and teaching materials; research and organization files focusing primarily on her years as a professor at Barnard College and her administrative responsibilities there. Her papers reveal the thrills and frustrations that come with advancing new disciplines, American Studies and Women's Studies, while advocating traditional, single-sex educational programs. Significant correspondents include Marilyn Bender, Karen Blair, Bill Chafe, Jill Conway, Paula Fass, Estelle Freedman, Lynn Gordon, Jacqueline Hall, Eva Hansl, Iola Haverstick, Elizabeth Janeway, Linda Kerber, Lillian Schlissel, Ann Firor Scott, Barbara Sicherman, Catherine Stimson, and Barbara Welter, and Paulette Williams (Ntozake Shange).

Terms of Access and Use:

Restrictions on access:

The papers are open to research according to the regulations of the Sophia Smith Collection, with the following exceptions: Family correspondence is closed until 2025; some items in the biographical series are closed until 2025; correspondence with Darline Levy and Ann Fagan is closed until 2035. A small amount of Barnard College material is closed as well, some until 2012, and the rest until 2032 or 2057 (as noted in container listing).

Restrictions on use:

Permission to cite the papers for quotations or for publication beyond "fair use" must be obtained from the Sophia Smith Collection as owners of the physical property as well as the copyright. Copyright to materials authored by persons other than Annette Baxter is owned by those individuals or their heirs or assigns. It is the responsibility of the researcher to identify and satisfy the holders of all copyrights.

Sophia Smith Collection
Smith College
Northampton, MA

Biographical Note

Annette Kar Baxter was born on 12 November 1926 in New York, New York. She attended New York University for one year before transferring to Barnard College. In 1947 she received an A.B. from Barnard, and began working full-time as an editorial assistant at Random House, a position that she began on a part time basis her senior year. In the fall she returned to school, earning an A.M. from Smith College in 1948 and another A.M. from Radcliffe College in 1949. She worked as an assistant curator for the collection of regional history at Cornell University from 1949 to 1951. She enrolled in the Ph.D. program in American Civilization at Brown University, where she was a Carnegie Teaching Fellow for the academic year 1951-52. She then began her life-long career at Barnard, working at first as a lecturer and then as an associate in the history department. She served as the executive secretary for the University Seminar on American Civilization at Columbia from 1953-59, and served as the secretary for the American Studies Bibliography Project of the American Studies Association from 1953-56. In 1955, she married psychiatrist James E. Baxter. Her first child, Justin McDonald, was born in 1959, and her daughter, Adrienne Marshall, was born in 1962.

She received her Ph.D. from Brown in 1958 and was promoted to the status of lecturer in the History Department at Barnard. Two years later she became an associate in History. In 1966 she was appointed as an assistant professor of history and was quickly promoted to associate professor status. She reached full professorship in 1971, and in 1975 had the honor of being one of a handful of women to be awarded an endowed chair, named for Adolph and Effie Ochs.

Annette Baxter was a pioneer in the field of women's studies, teaching one of the earliest women's history classes to undergraduates in 1966. Her course served as a model for many future classes at other institutions. She remained involved in a wide variety of activities at Barnard throughout her career, including serving as an advisor to the class of 1962, membership on the Board of Trustees, regularly participating in the Seven College Conference, advising the Thursday Noon Meetings, and playing a vital role in the creation and expansion of the Women's Center at Barnard. She was acting chair of the American Studies Program in 1960-61 and 1963-64, and was made permanent chair of the department in 1967; she also served as chair of the history department from 1974 to 1983.

In addition to her career at Barnard, Baxter involved herself in many other organizations. She served on the Board of Trustees for Conference in Theology for College and University Faculty, Kirkland College (Clinton, New York) and Middlesex School (Concord, Massachusetts). She was a consultant for the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Ford Foundation, National Council of Women, and Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood. She served on committees for the American Association of University Women, American Historical Association, Organization of American Historians, American Studies Association, and many others. She participated in panels and gave speeches on the value of women's history and women's education. Baxter published numerous book reviews and articles, and edited several series on women's autobiographies and women's studies. Her books include To Be a Woman in America, 1850-1930; Inwood House, 1839-1980; and a biography, Henry Miller, Expatriate, as well as four books in progress when she died in 1983. She has been called "one of the nation's foremost authorities on the history of women."

Throughout her career, Annette Baxter remained dedicated to the cause of women's education, women's studies, and women's rights. She fought to keep Barnard independent from Columbia. In 1979-80, "the politics and problems of the Barnard History Department in its struggle for survival in Columbia University" consumed much of her energy. In the prime of her career, Annette Baxter died in a fire that also killed her husband, at their summer home on 18 September 1983. She was fifty-six years old.

Scope and Contents of the Collection

The Annette Kar Baxter Papers consist of 30 linear feet, dating from 1905 to 1984, and primarily document her professional and public life. Types of material include correspondence, memoranda, speeches, publications, articles, photographs, address books, agendas, organization files, bibliographies, lecture notes, research material, manuscripts, minutes, newsletters, notes, and journal and newspaper articles.

Baxter's papers provide a rich and detailed view of the life of an academic--at both the departmental and college-wide level- and a woman who combined career and motherhood. Baxter filled her days with committee meetings, student recommendations, and inter-departmental disputes; she even entertained her students in her home on a regular basis. She found time to research and write and speak on a wide range of topics, even as she made an effort to spend summers away from the city with her family. At the forefront of emerging American and women's studies, her correspondence, writing, teaching, and subject files reveal the thrills and frustrations that come with advancing new disciplines, while advocating traditional, single-sex educational programs.

While the bulk of the papers date from 1943 to 1983, and focus on Baxter's academic career, the collection also contains material related to her home life. James Baxter's writings, correspondence, and alumni activities are fairly well represented in SERIES I. BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS and correspondence with the rest of the family can be found in SERIES II. CORRESPONDENCE.

Although the series designations flow naturally from the types of materials within the collection, significant portions needed to be rearranged because a specific order was not discernable. As the chair of two departments, Baxter often had numerous copies of materials. She also kept home and work files for important work-related matters that needed to be sorted through and integrated. Correspondence files were scattered throughout the collection, and sometimes were arranged chronologically, sometimes segregated between personal and professional, and sometimes not arranged at all. Other areas of the collection, however, such as her class notes while a student and her research notes for writing projects remain very near her original order. For example, in her unfinished book, Foreign Views of American Women, one can see which items she decided to discard and why. Also, while her class files were purged of social security numbers and grades, these files remain in much the same arrangement as she kept them, by class and year.


Information on Use
Terms of Access and Use
Restrictions on access:

The papers are open to research according to the regulations of the Sophia Smith Collection, with the following exceptions: Family correspondence is closed until 2025; some items in the biographical series are closed until 2025; correspondence with Darline Levy and Ann Fagan is closed until 2035. A small amount of Barnard College material is closed as well, some until 2012, and the rest until 2032 or 2057 (as noted in container listing).

Restrictions on use:

Permission to cite the papers for quotations or for publication beyond "fair use" must be obtained from the Sophia Smith Collection as owners of the physical property as well as the copyright. Copyright to materials authored by persons other than Annette Baxter is owned by those individuals or their heirs or assigns. It is the responsibility of the researcher to identify and satisfy the holders of all copyrights.

Preferred Citation

Please use the following format when citing materials from this collection:

Annette Kar Baxter Papers, Sophia Smith Collection, Smith College, Northampton, Mass.

History of the Collection

Adrienne Baxter donated her mother's papers to the Sophia Smith Collection from 1984 to 1989.

Processing Information

Processed by Kara M. McClurken, 2005.


Additional Information
Contact Information
Sophia Smith Collection
Smith College
Northampton, MA 01063

Phone: (413) 585-2970
Fax: (413) 585-2886

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Language
English.

Series Descriptions
(1943-1983)
3.5 linear ft.

Arrangement:

Education subseries is composed of class notes, arranged in chronological order and alphabetical by subject within the chronology.

Restrictions on access:

Some items in this series closed until 2025.

Scope and content:

This series provides an overview of Annette Baxter's personal and professional life, and contains additional biographical information about her family. The subseries Biographical information summarizes her academic career and achievements, as well as providing some material on her personal life. The Family subseries includes information on her parents, children, and especially her husband. Correspondence written to her husband by others can be found here. Annette Baxter kept very detailed records of her collegiate and graduate educational experiences; the Education subseries is composed of class notes, arranged in chronological order and alphabetical by subject within the chronology, and materials from her alma maters. Most of the publications from her alma maters were removed, as the material is located in other repositories. Address books and some Photographs of Annette Baxter and other family members are also included in this series. Some items in this series closed until 2025.

(1959-83)
3 linear ft.

Arrangement:

This series is arranged in alphabetical order by last name.

Restrictions on access:

The Family subseries is closed until 2025. Correspondence with Darline Levy and Ann Fagan is closed until 2035.

Scope and content:

This series is organized into two subseries: Family and Friends and associates, arranged in alphabetical order by last name. The Family subseries includes letters written to Annette Baxter and her immediate family by other members of the family. There are no letters written from Annette to her family, nor is there any correspondence between Annette and her husband. This subseries is closed until 2025. The Friends and associates subseries contains the bulk of the material in this series. People with whom Annette Baxter exchanged significant correspondence and well-known individuals have their own folders, with letters arranged alphabetically by last name and chronologically within each folder. They include Marilyn Bender, Karen Blair, Bill Chafe, Jill Conway, Paula Fass, Estelle Freedman, Lynn Gordon, Jacqueline Hall, Eva Hansl, Iola Haverstick, Elizabeth Janeway, Linda Kerber, Lillian Schlissel, Ann Firor Scott, Barbara Sicherman, Catherine Stimson, and Barbara Welter. Correspondence with Darline Levy and Ann Fagan is closed until 2035. Other individuals are included within the general correspondence for each letter of the alphabet. The general correspondence is also alphabetical by last name. Materials include both actual correspondence as well as published and unpublished materials written by or about the author. Recommendations written by Annette Baxter are also found in this series, although personal information such as social security numbers and transcripts have been removed. Christmas cards were removed unless they contained correspondence in addition to signatures. This series includes letters written to both Annette and James Baxter. There is additional correspondence throughout the collection; the organization files of Barnard College contain significant amounts.

(1963-88)
5 linear ft

Arrangement:

The subseries are arranged in chronological order by genres.

Scope and content:

This series is organized into twelve subseries: Monographs, Contributions to books, Series edited, Articles, Encyclopedia entries, Book reviews, "Women in Politics" exhibit, Tributes, Letters to the editor, Interviews, Miscellaneous statements, and Unpublished materials. The subseries are arranged in chronological order by genres. The years listed in the subseries Contributions to books, Articles, Encyclopedia entries, and Book reviews indicate date of publication, not dates of the materials within the folders. The years indicated in the remaining subseries indicate the date ranges within the folder. Landmark Dissertations in Women's Studies started out as a publication by Arno Press, was transferred to Garland Publishing and ended up with the publisher Praeger. Significant material on Baxter's dissertation-turned-book, Henry Miller, Expatriate, is missing from this subseries. There is however, a review of the book, as well as an article, an encyclopedia entry, and several book reviews on Miller found within this series. In addition, there is a small amount of material on Miller in SERIES VII. SUBJECT FILES. Most of the drafts sent to Baxter by colleagues have been removed. The one that remains, due to Baxter's written response to the work, is in the subseries Unpublished materials. Most of the books that Baxter took notes in have been removed. A few remain in the subseries Unpublished materials, arranged in chronological order of the books' publication date.

(1958-82)
.75 linear ft.

This series contains three subseries: Speeches, Declined invitations, and Miscellaneous correspondence. The subseries Speeches includes the texts of speeches, panels, and conference papers, as well as the correspondence, notes, and publicity materials associated with the event. Many of her speeches focus on women's education, single sex education, women's studies, etc.

(1952-84)
9.25 linear ft.

Arrangement:

The Barnard College series is arranged alphabetically by topic.

Restrictions on access:

A small portion of the material in the History subseries is restricted; the confidential departmental business files include the minutes of the tenured faculty, grievances, and other confidential issues within the department. They are closed until 2012. Most tenure and promotion materials are closed until 2032. A few files are closed until 2057.

Scope and content:

Annette Baxter dedicated much of her career to Barnard as evidenced by the large amount of material in this series. The Barnard College series, which forms the bulk of the collection, is arranged alphabetically by topic. The numerous subseries include committees, departments and programs, subjects, rules and regulations, communications to faculty and staff, campus organizations, and studies. Material related to her education and most of her alumnae activities is in SERIES I. BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION. Most of the print publications from Barnard and Columbia were removed; newspapers that remained were kept for their relevance to Baxter's interests, such as the relationship between Columbia and Barnard, student demonstrations, as well as subject specific material including coeducation and women's studies. Most of these newspapers and newspaper clippings are either in OVERSIZE MATERIALS or SERIES VII. SUBJECT FILES. There is some correspondence relating to Barnard in SERIES II. CORRESPONDENCE. Speeches made at Barnard are located in SERIES IV. SPEECHES. Most information on candidates for searches, excepting material about Annette Baxter as a candidate, was removed.

The Columbia University subseries includes materials relating to University committees, the University seminar, and most significantly, the relationship between Columbia and Barnard. Additional information about the connection between the two institutions can be found throughout the papers, especially in the History department subseries.

Annette Baxter kept meticulous records of every class she taught, including correspondence, grades, papers that weren't picked up or were exceptionally written, and student's add/drop cards. Most student papers have been removed from the series, as has anything relating to grades, severe discipline problems, financial status, or social security information. Much of the student correspondence, especially that relating to recommendations, is located in SERIES II. CORRESPONDENCE. The History, American Studies and Women's Studies subseries includes information on each program, its major, classes, syllabi, and department or committee business. Syllabi that were not related to American history and/or Barnard College were removed. Classes taught by Baxter are arranged within each department/program by number, then by academic year. There are records relating to Baxter's teaching of history of women in America under the subseries, History, in the classes section. Her first class on women's history is located under History 41 and 42. Most of the dates on the folders of this section refer to the semester the class was taught, not the dates of the materials within the folder. When a folder has material from multiple semesters, then the date range of the materials within the folder is included. For her records on a class she taught at Brown University, see SERIES VI. OTHER PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES. A sampling of student recommendations and graded student papers are found in this series, with names removed to protect student privacy. A small portion of the material in the History subseries is restricted; the confidential departmental business files include the minutes of the tenured faculty, grievances, and other confidential issues within the department. They are closed until 2012. Most tenure and promotion materials are closed until 2032. A few files are closed until 2057. Some of the materials within these files, such as manuscripts, reports, and publications by the faculty member in question, were removed from the collection.

Note:
(1943-84)
4 linear ft.

Arrangement:

There are three subseries, all arranged in alphabetical order by institution, organization, or conference

Scope and content:

This series includes materials regarding aspects of Annette Baxter's professional life that are not included in the writings, speeches or Barnard College series. There are three subseries, all arranged in alphabetical order by institution, organization, or conference: Fellowships and grants, Job opportunities, and Organizations and conferences. Notes on the class that Annette Baxter taught at Brown University are in the Organizations and conferences subseries.

Some materials related to conferences in which Baxter was a participant are located in SERIES IV. SPEECHES, and the rest are in this series. If Baxter attended by special invitation, the conference has its own folder; otherwise, information on the conference is at the end of the series under Miscellaneous conferences. Requests for consultation (without additional materials) are also at the end of the series.

(1905-83)
4.25 linear ft.

Arrangement:

The subject files are arranged alphabetically

Scope and content:

The subject files are arranged alphabetically and contain a wide variety of printed material, most of which is related to the three subseries on American history/studies, Women, and Women's history/women's studies. Baxter's papers offer a unique look at the founding of these disciplines. Material relating to conferences, programs, and early writings on and in the three fields of study illuminate the development of the early days of the disciplines. The series also contains a large subseries on the Status of women. There are also a few biographical files on specific individuals, such as Henry Miller. Annette Baxter's reference books have either been removed from the collection or relocated to the Browsing Collection of the Sophia Smith Collection.

Contents List
SERIES I. BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS
(1943-1983)


Contents


Box 1: folder 1
Biographical information



Vitas,
1965-82

Box 1: folder 2-5
Notes for vitas,
1965-82, n.d.

Box 1: folder 6
Biographical statements,
1962-79, n.d.

Box 1: folder 7
Church of Saint James the Less, Scarsdale, NY,

[see also SERIES II. CORRESPONDENCE-Kempsell, George; and OVERSIZE MATERIALS]

1961-75, n.d.

Box 1: folder 8-9
Lenox Hill Neighborhood Association,
1981

Box 1: folder 10



General,
1962-75, n.d.

Box 1: folder 11
Baxter, Adrienne,
1972-75

Box 1: folder 12
Restrictions on access:

[Closed until 2025]

Baxter, James



Biographical information,
1983, n.d.

Box 1: folder 13
Letters to,
1959-74

Box 1: folder 14-15
Financial and legal,
1959-70

Box 1: folder 16
Restrictions on access:

[Closed until 2025]

Georgetown,
1966

Box 1: folder 17
Invitations to speak,
1961-66

Box 1: folder 18
Telluride Association/Deep Springs Alumni Association,
1957-81

Box 1: folder 19
1954-83

Box 1: folder 20-22
Restrictions on access:

[Closed until 2025]

Baxter, Justin,
1962-81, n.d.

Box 1: folder 23
Restrictions on access:

[Closed until 2025]

Education



New York University,
1943-44

Box 2: folder 1-6
Barnard College



Class notes


Box
Undergraduate,
1944-47

Box 3-4
Audit,
1954

Box 5: folder 1
Alumnae Association



General,
1955-82, n.d.

Box 5: folder 2
Fundraising,
1967

Box 5: folder 3
Alumnae Council,
1959-80, n.d.

Box 5: folder 4-5
Barnard-in-Westchester,
1961-65, n.d.

Box 5: folder 6
Financial contributions to Barnard,
1959-82, n.d.

Box 5: folder 7
Smith College



Class notes,
1947-48

Box 6: folder 1-8
Thesis,
1948, n.d.

Box 6: folder 9-15
Alumnae Association,
1971-80, n.d.

Box 6: folder 16
Radcliffe College



Class notes,
1948-49

Box 7: folder 1-11
Alumnae Association,
1959-82, n.d.

Box 7: folder 12
Cornell University: class notes,
1949

Box 8: folder 1
Brown University



Class notes,
1950-52

Box 8: folder 2-6
Orals,
n.d.

Box 8: folder 7
Dissertation abstract,
1959

Box 8: folder 8
Alumni Association,
1968-80, n.d.

Box 8: folder 9
American Civilization News Bulletin,
1968-82

Box 8: folder 10
Legal and financial documents,
1960-83

Box 8: folder 11-22
Restrictions on access:

[Closed until 2025]

Address books,
n.d.

Box 9: folder 1
Photographs,
1961, 1982, n.d.

Box 9: folder 2-3
Restrictions on access:

[Closed until 2025]

SERIES II. CORRESPONDENCE
(1959-83)


Family,
1959-83

Box 9: folder 4-13
Restrictions on access:

[Closed until 2025]

Friends and associates



A,
1960-82, n.d.

Box 10: folder 1
Altman, Dara and Emily,
1977-80, n.d.

Box 10: folder 2
Anastos, Rosemary Park

[see Rosemary Park]



Box 10
Armstrong, Lisa A.,
1981-82

Box 10: folder 3
Avedis, Lynn,
1964

Box 10: folder 4
B,
1961-83, n.d.

Box 10: folder 5
1970-79

Box 10: folder 6
Bender, Marylin,
1968-69

Box 10: folder 7
Bendheim, Susan,
1974-75, n.d.

Box 10: folder 8
Berch, Bettina,
1974-83, n.d.

Box 10: folder 9
Berkin, Carol,
1969-83

Box 10: folder 10
Biral, Jane,
1968-74

Box 10: folder 11
1980-82

Box 10: folder 12
1960-81

Box 10: folder 13
1970-76

Box 10: folder 14
Burden, Carter,
1969, n.d.

Box 10: folder 15


Box 10
C,
1959-83, n.d.

Box 10: folder 16
1982-83

Box 10: folder 17
Chafe, Bill,
1978-79

Box 10: folder 18
1974-82, n.d.

Box 10: folder 19
1982

Box 10: folder 20
Costikyan family,
1969-82

Box 10: folder 21
Cott, Nancy,
1982

Box 10: folder 22
Crisp, Eleanor and Jack,
1959-69

Box 10: folder 23
1965-70

Box 10: folder 24
D,
1961-83

Box 10: folder 25
Densen-Gerber, Judianne,
1971-72

Box 10: folder 26
1961-83, n.d.

Box 10: folder 27
E,
1960-83, n.d.

Box 10: folder 28
1969-82, n.d.

Box 10: folder 29
Elsberg, Constance N. Waeber,
1966-80

Box 10: folder 30
F,
1960-82, n.d.

Box 11: folder 1
1972-76, n.d.

Box 11: folder 2
Restrictions on access:

[Closed until 2035]

Farkas, Suzanne and Robin,
1968-72, n.d.

Box 11: folder 3
Fass, Paula,
1966-82

Box 11: folder 4
1976, n.d.

Box 11: folder 5
Fleming, Donald,
1959-82

Box 11: folder 6
Frank, Ruth,
1973-76, n.d.

Box 11: folder 7
Frankel, Toby,
1974-79

Box 11: folder 8


Box 11
Freedman, Estelle,
1969-81, n.d.

Box 11: folder 9
Futter, Ellen,
1980-82

Box 11: folder 10
G,
1964-83

Box 11: folder 11
Gatje, Barbara and Robert and family,
1962-78

Box 11: folder 12


Box 11
Goldberg, Robert,
1972-76

Box 11: folder 13
Gordon, Bill,
1963-72, n.d.

Box 11: folder 14
Gordon, Carol,
1959-72

Box 11: folder 15
1977-81

Box 11: folder 16
1971-83

Box 11: folder 17
Gould, Sarah E.,
1979-82

Box 11: folder 18
Graff, Ellen,
1971-77, n.d.

Box 11: folder 19
Graham, Pat and Loren,
1968-72

Box 11: folder 20
Griffith, Lucille,
1959-71

Box 11: folder 21
H,
1961-83, n.d.

Box 11: folder 22
Hall, David,
1973-82, n.d.

Box 11: folder 23
Hall, Jacqueline,
1970-75

Box 11: folder 24
Hamalian, Leo,
1965-75

Box 11: folder 25
Hansl, Eva,
1967-68

Box 11: folder 26
1962-82, n.d.

Box 11: folder 27
Harrison, Marge Freeman,
1974-78

Box 11: folder 28
Hathaway, Robert,
1982-83

Box 11: folder 29
Haverstick, Iola and family,

[see also SERIES V. BARNARD COLLEGE]

1970-83

Box 11: folder 30
Hechinger, Grace,
1971-75

Box 11: folder 31
Hofstadter, Bea and Richard,
1970-71, n.d.

Box 11: folder 32
J,
1966-82

Box 11: folder 33
1972-80

Box 11: folder 34
Jaffe, Irma,
1969-71

Box 11: folder 35
Jong, Erica,
1982

Box 11: folder 36
K,
1962-83, n.d.

Box 12: folder 1
Kalibbala, Norma Livingston,
1973-75

Box 12: folder 2
Kaufman, Helen L.,
1966-69

Box 12: folder 3
Kempsell, George,
1962-63, n.d.

Box 12: folder 4
Kerber, Linda K.,
1964-80, n.d.

Box 12: folder 5
1962-73, n.d.

Box 12: folder 6
1969, n.d.

Box 12: folder 7
Kouvenhaven, John,
1962-81

Box 12: folder 8
L,
1960-81, n.d.

Box 12: folder 9
1960-75, n.d.

Box 12: folder 10
Laden, Vicki,
1972-73

Box 12: folder 11
Larrabee, Harold and family,
1959-71, n.d.

Box 12: folder 12
1973-83

Box 12: folder 13
Restrictions on access:

[Closed until 2035]

1979-82, n.d.

Box 12: folder 14


Box 12
Losee, Carole,
1973-81

Box 12: folder 15
Long, Pamela,
1982-83

Box 12: folder 16
Lowe, Ann Wenig,
1968-72

Box 12: folder 17
M,
1961-83, n.d.

Box 12: folder 18
Malement, Barbara,
1976-79

Box 12: folder 19
Mandel family,
1959-82

Box 12: folder 20
Marcus, Celine,
1979-83

Box 12: folder 21
1968-79, n.d.

Box 12: folder 22
Martineau, Barbara,
1966-73, n.d.

Box 13: folder 1
1969-82

Box 13: folder 2
McIntosh, Millicent,

[see also SERIES V. BARNARD COLLEGE; SERIES VII. OTHER PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES- Job opportunities-Sarah Lawrence College; Organizations and conferences-Bryn Mawr; Kirkland College]

1960-80, n.d.

Box 13: folder 3
Miller, Jeannie,
1972-81, n.d.

Box 13: folder 4
Murdoch, Mary-Elizabeth,
1983

Box 13: folder 5
N,
1960-82, n.d.

Box 13: folder 6
Nelbach, Inez. G.,
1961-72, n.d.

Box 13: folder 7
Nelson, Peggy,
1972-73

Box 13: folder 8
O,
1964-83

Box 13: folder 9
Oberholzer, Emil,
1964-75

Box 13: folder 10
P,
1959-83

Box 13: folder 11
1962-81

Box 13: folder 12
Peterson, Martha,
1963-75, n.d.

Box 13: folder 13
Pockman, Lee,
1962-80, n.d.

Box 13: folder 14
Q,
1968-74

Box 13: folder 15
R,
1959-81

Box 13: folder 16
1959-82, n.d.

Box 13: folder 17
1981-82, n.d.

Box 13: folder 18
Robinson, Michael,
1963

Box 13: folder 19
1977-82

Box 13: folder 20
Rosenblum, Naomi,
1977-81

Box 13: folder 21
Ryan, William,
1959-68

Box 13: folder 22
S,
1960-83, n.d.

Box 13: folder 23
Sabre, Nancy,
1959-70

Box 13: folder 24
Sanford, John,n.d
1980-82,

Box 13: folder 25
1980-82, n.d.

Box 13: folder 26
Schlissel, Lillian,
1974-81

Box 13: folder 27
Schrader, Kathy Burns,
1972-74

Box 13: folder 28
Scott, Anne Firor,
1968-69

Box 14: folder 1
Selby, Cecily,
1971-78, n.d.

Box 14: folder 2
Shange, Nzotake

[see Paulette Williams]



Box 14: folder 2
Shikoh, Jane Allen,
1972-82

Box 14: folder 3
Sicherman, Barbara,
1975-82

Box 14: folder 4
Sprague, Claire,
1968-75, n.d.

Box 14: folder 5
Srebnik, Amy,
1981-83

Box 14: folder 6
Stearns, Winifred,
1971-82

Box 14: folder 7
1970-83, n.d.

Box 14: folder 8
Stewart, Peg Wright,
1981-82

Box 14: folder 9
1973-74, n.d.

Box 14: folder 10
Stix, Carol,
1964-71, n.d.

Box 14: folder 11
Sturtevant, Susan Armeny,
1976-81

Box 14: folder 12
T,
1960-83, n.d.

Box 14: folder 13
1982

Box 14: folder 14
Thomas, Cammy,
1972-74

Box 14: folder 15
U,
1962, n.d.

Box 14: folder 16
V,
1960-82, n.d.

Box 14: folder 17
W,
1961-83, n.d.

Box 14: folder 18
Waeber, Constance N.

[see Constance N. Waeber Elsberg]



Box 14
Weiner, Cheryl,
1970-71, n.d.

Box 14: folder 19
1968-75

Box 14: folder 20
Restrictions on access:

[Closed]

Wemple, Susanne (and family),
1971-82, n.d.

Box 14: folder 21
Restrictions on access:

[Closed]



Box 14
1961-75

Box 14: folder 22
White, Penny Conrad,
1970-73, n.d.

Box 14: folder 23
Whitney, Frances,
1960-68, n.d.

Box 14: folder 24
Williams, Paulette [Ntozake Shange],
1970-71

Box 14: folder 25
Williamson, Chilton and Elizabeth,

[see also SERIES V. BARNARD COLLEGE]

1960-83, n.d.

Box 14: folder 26
Wright, Margaret (Peg)

[see Peg Wright Stewart]



Box 14
Y,
1973-81

Box 15: folder 1
Yoffe, Amy J.,
1971-73

Box 15: folder 2
Z,
1972-80

Box 15: folder 3
Unidentified,
1959-83, n.d.

Box 15: folder 4-7
SERIES III. WRITINGS
(1963-88)


Monographs


Box 15
Henry Miller, Expatriate: book review,
1961

Box 16: folder 1
To Be a Woman in America,

[see also SERIES VIII. OVERSIZE MATERIALS]

1850-1930


Contracts and sales,
1978-82

Box 16: folder 2
Captions,
n.d.

Box 16: folder 3-4
Drafts of manuscript,
1979, n.d.

Box 16: folder 5-6
Reviews, advertisements, and reactions by readers,
1978-79, n.d.

Box 16: folder 7-8
Inwood House, 1839-1980



Correspondence,
1979-80

Box 16: folder 9
Notes,
1941-80, n.d.

Box 16: folder 10
Contributions to monographs

[see also OVERSIZE MATERIALS]




Drafts,
n.d.

Box 16: folder 11-12
Published version,
1980

Box 16: folder 13
"Archetypes of American Innocence: Lydia Blood and Daisy Miller," chapter in The American Experience ed. by Hennig Cohen,

[see also Articles]

1966

Box 17: folder 1
Introduction, The Universal Self-Instructor,
1970

Box 17: folder 2
Dorsey Press



General,
1975-82

Box 17: folder 3
"Breaking through the Male Barrier," chapter in Men, Women, and Issues in American History, vol. 2,
1975, 1980

Box 17: folder 4
"American Women from 1876 to the Present: The Search for Identity," chapter in Main Problems in American History, vol. 2, ed, 1978
4th

Box 17: folder 5
Preface, Clubwoman As Feminist: True Womanhood Redefined, 1868-1914 by Karen J. Blair, 1980


Box 17: folder 6
1980

Box 17: folder 7
"Women's Education and Women's Values," chapter in Race, National Origin, and Gender Desegregation in Public Education: Political, Social, and Policy Issues,
1985

Box 17: folder 8
Series edited



Co-editor, American Women: Images and Realities, 44 vols.


Box 18: folder 1
Co-editor, Women in America: From Colonial Times to the 20th Century, 59 vols.


Box 18: folder 2
Co-editor, and general introduction, Signal Lives: Autobiographies of American Women, 51 vols.



Correspondence,
1978-80

Box 18: folder 3
Notes,
1978-79, n.d.

Box 18: folder 4
Introductions,
1979, n.d.

Box 18: folder 5
Publicity,
1979, n.d.

Box 18: folder 6
Editor-in-chief, Landmark Dissertations in Women's Studies



Arno Press


Box 18
General,
1978-81, n.d.

Box 18: folder 7
Data sheets,
1980, n.d.

Box 18: folder 8
Garland Publishing,
1980-82, n.d.

Box 18: folder 9
Praeger



Correspondence,
1982-83

Box 18: folder 10
Notes,
1983, n.d.

Box 18: folder 11
Royalty Statements,
1981-82

Box 18: folder 12
Articles



"Archetypes of American Innocence: Lydia Blood and Daisy Miller," American Quarterly,

[see also Contributions to books]

Spring 1953

Box 19: folder 1
"Independence versus Isolation: Hawthorne and James on the Problems of the Artist," Nineteenth Century Fiction,
Dec 1955

Box 19: folder 2
"Elvis: The Man in the Blue Suede Shoes," with James E. Baxter, Harper's Magazine,
Jan 1958

Box 19: folder 3
"Freedom: Fun and Games," with James Baxter, Columbia University Forum,

[see also OVERSIZE MATERIALS]

Summer 1961

Box 19: folder 4
"Caste and Class: Howell's Boston and Wharton's New York," The Midwest Quarterly,
Summer 1963

Box 19: folder 5
"Henry Miller and Henry James: An Imaginary Correspondence on the Morality of the Artist," Ararat, Autumn
1963

Box 19: folder 6
"Looking at the Literary Twenties," Ararat,
Winter 1964

Box 19: folder 7
"The College's Leading Women and their Roles: An Interpretation," BARNARD COLLEGE Alumnae Magazine, Spring 1964 (reprinted in Congressional Record Appendix),
19 May 1964

Box 19: folder 8
"Searching for the Lost Sex," Ararat, (reprinted in Barnard College Alumnae Magazine), Summer 1969
Winter 1969

Box 19: folder 9
"Is Gloria Steinem Dead?" Newsweek,
2 Sep 1974

Box 19: folder 10
"Women's Studies and American Studies: The Use of the Interdisciplinary," American Quarterly,
Oct 1974

Box 19: folder 11
"Perspectives," The Independent School Bulletin,
Oct 1975

Box 19: folder 12
"On Women's Colleges," Op. Ed. page, The New York Times,
21 Jan 1978

Box 19: folder 13
Notes for articles,
n.d.

Box 19: folder 14
Invitations to write articles,
1959-80

Box 19: folder 15



Encyclopedia Britannica: Henry Miller,
1967

Box 20: folder 1
Notable American Women,
1971


Isadora Duncan


Box 20: folder 2
Sarah Porter


Box 20: folder 3
Emily Putnam


Box 20: folder 4
Dictionary of American Biography: Mary Emma Woolley,
1974

Box 20: folder 5
Encyclopedia of American Women,
1974


Mary Lyon


Box 20: folder 6
Amy Lowell


Box 20: folder 7
Notable American Women: The Modern Period: Virginia Crocheron Gildersleeve,
1980

Box 20: folder 8
Declined offers,
1968-73

Box 20: folder 9
Book reviews



Edith Wharton: Convention and Morality in the Work of a Novelist by Marilyn Jones Lyde in Journal of the Central Mississippi Valley American Studies Association,
Spring 1961

Box 20: folder 10
Beer Can by the Highway by John Kouwenhoven in Barnard College Alumnae Magazine,
Winter 1962

Box 20: folder 11
"Random Brushstrokes of a Radical Optimist" (double review of Henry Miller: Watercolors, Drawings and His Essay, "The Angel is in My Watermark," and Stand Still Like the Hummingbird by Henry Miller), New York Times Book Review,
8 Jul 1962

Box 20: folder 12
Arshile Gorky by Harold Rosenberg, Ararat,
Summer 1962

Box 20: folder 13
The Bewildered Age by V.P. Held in Barnard College Alumnae Magazine,
Fall 1962

Box 20: folder 14
In Search of Greatness by Yousuf Karshin Ararat,
Spring 1963

Box 20: folder 15
A Backward Glance by Edith Wharton in New York Times Book Review,
9 Aug 1964

Box 20: folder 16
The Man Bilbo by A. Wigfall Green in Political Science Quarterly,
Sep 1964

Box 20: folder 17
The John Birch Society: Anatomy of a Protest by John Robinson in The Parish Messenger,
Jun 1964

Box 20: folder 18
Vernon Lee: Violet Paget, 1856-1935 by Peter Gunn in Victorian Studies, Jun 1965


Box 20: folder 19
"Pleasure and Pains: The Two Lives of Edith Wharton: The Woman and Her Work" by Grace Kellogg in The New York Times Book Review,
28 Nov 1965

Box 20: folder 20
"An Organic Concept of Life," Ararat,
1965

Box 20: folder 21
A Mother in History by Jean Stafford in New York Times Book Review,
13 Mar 1966

Box 21: folder 1
Mind and Art of Henry Miller by William Gordon in New York Times Book Review,
15 Oct 1967

Box 21: folder 2
The Fighting Pankhursts by David Mitchell in New York Times Book Review,
7 Jan 1968

Box 21: folder 3
Black Power: The Politics of Liberation in America by Stokely Carmichael and Charles V. Hamilton in Political Science Quarterly,
Dec 1968

Box 21: folder 4
Samuel Griswold Goodrich by Daniel Roselle in The American Historical Review,
Oct 1969

Box 21: folder 5
The Child and the Republic by Bernard Wishy in New York Historical Society Quarterly,
Jan 1971

Box 21: folder 6
Double review of A Formula of His Own: Henry Adams' Literary Experiment by John J. Conder, and Symbol and Idea in Henry Adams by Melvin Lyon in American Historical Review,
Apr 1971

Box 21: folder 7
The Life of Ezra Pound by Noel Stock in American Historical Review,
Apr 1972

Box 21: folder 8
Double review of The Woman Citizen: Social Feminism in the 1920s by J. Stanley Lemons, and Women, Resistance and Revolution by Shelia Rowbotham in Political Science Quarterly,
Dec 1973

Box 21: folder 9
Mary Todd Lincoln: Her Life in Letters by Justin G. and Linda Levitt Turner in American Historical Review,
Jun 1974

Box 21: folder 10
Mary Wollstonecraft by Eleanor Flexner in Women's Studies,
Fall 1974

Box 21: folder 11
Woman's Consciousness, Man's World by Sheila Rowbotham in Political Science Quarterly,
Fall 1974

Box 21: folder 12
"Women's Studies and American Studies: The Uses of the Interdisciplinary," review essay of The Novels of Harriet Beecher Stowe by Alice Crozier and The Oven Birds: Women on Womanhood in American Quarterly,
Oct 1974

Box 21: folder 13
A Minority of Members: Women in the U.S. Congress by Hope Chamberlainin The Social Studies,
Mar/Apr 1975

Box 21: folder 14
Hidden from History by Sheila Rowbotham in Political Science Quarterly,
Winter 1975-76

Box 21: folder 15
Women and Equality: Changing Patterns in American Culture by William H. Chafe in Political Science Quarterly,
Spring 1978

Box 21: folder 16
The Female Experience: An American Documentary by Gerda Lerner in The New York Historical Society Quarterly,
Jul 1978

Box 21: folder 17
The Half-Opened Door: Discrimination and Admissions at Harvard, Yale, and Princeton, 1900-70 by Marcia Graham Synnott in The Journal of American History, Jun 1980


Box 21: folder 18
A Timeless Affair: The Life of Anita McCormick Blaine by Gilbert A. Harrison in The American Historical Review,
Oct 1980

Box 21: folder 19
"Myths, Mediums and Money: The Transformation of Evangelicalism," review essay, Mission for Life by Joan Jacobs Brumberg in Reviews in American History,
Dec 1981

Box 21: folder 20
Double review, Mary Lyon and Mount Holyoke: Opening the Gates by Elizabeth Alden Green, and The Making of a Feminist: Early Journals and Letters of M. Carey Thomas ed. by Marjorie H. Dobkin in Labor History,
Winter 1982

Box 21: folder 21
Wage-Earning Women: Industrial Work and Family Life in the United States, 1900-1930 by Leslie W. Tentler, in The New York Historical Society Quarterly, Spring 1982


Box 21: folder 22
"Good Man's Poor Wife": Being a Chronicle of Harriet Hanson Robinson and her Family in Nineteenth Century New England by Claudia L. Bushman in The Journal of American History,
Jun 1982

Box 21: folder 23
Double review, European Women on the Left: Socialism, Feminism, and the Problems Faced By Political Women, 1880 to the Present ed. by Jane Slaughter and Robert Kern, and Women and American Socialism, 1870-1920 by Mari Jo Buhle in Political Science Quarterly, Spring 1983


Box 21: folder 24
Daughters of the State: A Social Portrait of the First Reform School for Girls in North America, 1856-1905 by Barbara Brenzel in The Women's Review of Books, Nov 1983


Box 21: folder 25
Woman's Worth: Sexual Economics and the World of Women by Lisa Leghorn and Katherine Parker in Labor History,
Spring 1984

Box 21: folder 26
Double review, Edwardian Childhoods by Thea Thompson, and Girls Growing Up in Late Victorian and Edwardian England by Carol Dyhouse in History of Education Quarterly,
Spring 1984

Box 21: folder 27
Requests to review books,
1968-83, n.d.

Box 21: folder 28
Miscellaneous correspondence,
1963-83, n.d.

Box 21: folder 29
"Women in Politics" exhibit



Correspondence,
1963-64

Box 22: folder 1
Notes,
1963, n.d.

Box 22: folder 2
Background information,
1956-64, n.d.

Box 22: folder 3
Herman/Tilton Bicentennial exhibit,
1954, n.d.

Box 22: folder 4
Drafts of captions,
n.d.

Box 22: folder 5-22
Outline with captions,
n.d.

Box 22: folder 23
Comments from others re: outline,
1963-64, n.d.

Box 22: folder 24
Articles and press releases,
1963-64

Box 22: folder 25
Tributes, letters to the editor, interviews, and miscellaneous statements,

[see also OVERSIZE MATERIALS]

1957-75, n.d.

Box 22: folder 26-29
Unpublished materials



Monographs


Box 23
The Child in America (with Barbara Cross),
1967-68

Box 23: folder 1
circa 1968-76, n.d.

Box 23: folder 2
Foreign Views of American Women (with Michael Rockland),
1973-80, n.d.


Correspondence,
1973-80, n.d.

Box 23: folder 3
Drafts,
1975, n.d.

Box 23: folder 4
Notes



General,
1974, n.d.

Box 23: folder 5
A-M


Box 23: folder 6-31
N-Z


Box 24: folder 1-12
Subjects


Box 24: folder 13
Dates to be ascertained


Box 24: folder 14
Discards


Box 24: folder 15
American history textbook for junior and senior college, with John Chambers,
1981

Box 24: folder 16
Comparative Study of Women's Organizations (with Barbara Welter),

[see also SERIES VII. SUBJECT FILES-Women--Clubs]

1982, n.d.

Box 24: folder 17
Restrictions on access:

[Closed]

Women's History Reading Lists (with Barbara Welter),
1972-84

Box 24: folder 18
Restrictions on access:

[Closed]

Revisionism and Women's History: An Historiographical Study,
n.d.

Box 24: folder 19
Articles



"Betty Friedan, Feminine Mystique,"
1963

Box 24: folder 20
"Privacy,"
1963, n.d.

Box 24: folder 21
"Pressures on Women,"
1965, n.d.

Box 24: folder 22
"Thoughts on Women's Studies at Barnard College,"
1972

Box 24: folder 23
"Academic Scene,"
n.d.

Box 24: folder 24
" A Constable of the Forties,"
n.d.

Box 24: folder 25
"Concealment and Revelation,"
n.d.

Box 24: folder 26
Book reviews: Big Sur and the Oranges of Hieronymus Bosche by Henry Miller


Box 24: folder 27
Miscellaneous fiction,
n.d.

Box 24: folder 28
Baxter-Dintenfass project,
n.d.

Box 24: folder 29
Potential future publications,
1963-83, n.d.

Box 25: folder 1-3
Reviews of others' works



1965-79, n.d.

Box 25: folder 4-7
Unidentified,
1972-83

Box 25: folder 8-10
Marginalia,
n.d.

Box 26
SERIES IV. SPEECHES
(1958-82)


Speeches,
1958-82, n.d.

Box 27-28
Notes, talks never given, etc.


Box 27-28: folder 10-12
Declined invitations,
1969-80

Box 27-28: folder 13
Miscellaneous correspondence,
1962-82, n.d.

Box 27-28: folder 14
SERIES V. BARNARD COLLEGE
(1952-84)


Advisory Vocational Committee,
1969-70

Box 29: folder 1
Alumnae Magazine Editorial Board,

[see also SERIES III-WRITINGS--Articles]

1973-79, n.d.

Box 29: folder 2
American Studies



Department business,
1963-84

Box 29: folder 3-20
Requirements for the major,
1960-68, n.d.

Box 29: folder 21
Program revisions, suggestions, etc.,
n.d.

Box 29: folder 22
Unpublished reports,
1952-57

Box 29: folder 23
Majors exam,
1954-56

Box 29: folder 24



American Studies 1-2


Box 29
1961-66

Box 29: folder 25-30
1967-83

Box 30: folder 1-20
American Studies 3-4


Box 30: folder 21-34
American Studies 5-6


Box 31: folder 1
Requests for information about program,
1961-83, n.d.

Box 31: folder 2
Syllabi from non-Barnard institutions,
1969, n.d.

Box 31: folder 3
Position searches at other institutions,
1972-81, n.d.

Box 31: folder 4
Miscellaneous,
1955-56, n.d.

Box 31: folder 5
Appointments and salaries



General,
1954-83, n.d.

Box 31: folder 6
1960-80

Box 31: folder 7-12
1970-83

Box 31: folder 13
Barnard Bulletin

[see OVERSIZE MATERIALS]



Box 31
Board of Trustees,
1972-83, n.d.

Box 31: folder 14
1962, 1957-72, n.d.

Box 31: folder 15


Box 31
Columbia University



General,
1969-83

Box 31: folder 16
American Culture Studies,
1982-83

Box 31: folder 17-18
Columbia Spectator

[see OVERSIZE MATERIALS]



Box 31
Executive Committee of the Faculty of Columbia,
1968

Box 31: folder 19
1970-71

Box 32: folder 1-4
Historiography lecture,
1972

Box 33: folder 1
Information and Visitor Services,
1983

Box 33: folder 2
Oral History



Advisory Committee,
1977-83, n.d.

Box 33: folder 3
Women's History Conference,
1982-83, n.d.

Box 33: folder 4
Relationship between Barnard and Columbia,

[see also History; SERIES IV. SPEECHES; OVERSIZE MATERIALS]

1964-82, n.d.

Box 33: folder 5-6
Status of women,
1970-71, n.d.

Box 33: folder 7
Summer Institute on Women,
1971

Box 33: folder 8
University Committee for a Relevant Education,
1968

Box 33: folder 9
University Seminar



Advisory Council,
1980-83

Box 33: folder 10
American Civilization



1953-57

Box 33: folder 11-12
1958-81

Box 34: folder 1-4
Women and Society



1974-76

Box 34: folder 5-6
1977-83, n.d.

Box 35: folder 1-8
Miscellaneous,
1966-79

Box 35: folder 9
Women's Affirmative Action Coalition,
1972

Box 35: folder 10
Committees: General,
1961-82, n.d.

Box 36: folder 1
Committee on Instruction,

[see also History, American Studies, Women's Studies]

1965-80, n.d.

Box 36: folder 2-5
Committee on the City: Danforth Foundation Report,
1968, n.d.

Box 36: folder 6
Committee on Honors,

[see also History, American Studies]

1980-82

Box 36: folder 7
Council on Development,
1968-73

Box 36: folder 8
Course Guide,
1970-71

Box 36: folder 9
Dean of Faculty search,
1977

Box 36: folder 10
Deanship Committee,
1970

Box 36: folder 11
Department chair notices,
1974-83, n.d.

Box 36: folder 12
Development Committee,
1968-79

Box 36: folder 13
Dissertation defense notices,
1970-74

Box 37: folder 1
Dissertation defense questions and notes,
n.d.

Box 37: folder 2
Education program: student teachers,
1966-72

Box 37: folder 3
Experimental College,
1978-80, n.d.

Box 37: folder 4-5
Experimental Studies Program,
1980-83, n.d.

Box 37: folder 6
Faculty and officers of instruction notices,
1960-83, n.d.

Box 37: folder 7
Faculty Appeal Board,
1962, n.d.

Box 37: folder 8
Faculty Code,
1972-79

Box 37: folder 9
Faculty Executive Committee,
1983

Box 37: folder 10
Faculty Research and Travel Committee,
1969

Box 37: folder 11
Faculty-Trustee relationship,
1975

Box 37: folder 12
Freshman advising,
1966-67

Box 37: folder 13
Freshman orientation,
1963-83, n.d.

Box 37: folder 14
Freshman seminar,
1981-83, n.d.

Box 37: folder 15
Greek life,
1983

Box 37: folder 16
Health and Society Committee

[see Milbank Program for Health and Society]



Box 37
History Department



Business


Box 37
General


Box 37
1961-71

Box 37: folder 17-22
1972-84, n.d.

Box 38: folder 1-15
Confidential departmental business


Box 39: folder 1-6
Restrictions on access:

[Closed until 2012]

Department by-laws,
1973-83

Box 40: folder 1



Correspondence,
1957-83

Box 40: folder 2
Consultation agreements,
1973-77

Box 40: folder 3
Correspondence with Dean of Faculty,
1970-83

Box 40: folder 4
Former students teaching in history,
n.d.

Box 40: folder 5
History Club,
1964, n.d.

Box 40: folder 6
Planning survey,
1976-77

Box 40: folder 7
Classes



History
41-42, 1965-67, n.d.

Box 40: folder 8-10
History
61-62, 1967-68, n.d.

Box 40: folder 11-12
History
71-72, 1962-67, n.d.

Box 40: folder 13-17
History
73, 1970-71, n.d.

Box 40: folder 18-19
History
74, 1968-71, n.d.

Box 40: folder 20-24
History
78, 1971, n.d.

Box 41: folder 1-2
History
81-82, 1971-83, n.d.

Box 41: folder 3-17
History
83, 1967-69

Box 41: folder 18-20
History
93-94, 1969

Box 41: folder 21
History
99, 1975-82

Box 41: folder 22-25
Potential class: Women's Lives,
1983

Box 41: folder 26
Women in America (work in progress)

[see also Classes]



Box 42: folder 1-14
Syllabi



Requests for Women in America,
1966-77

Box 42: folder 15
American history and related syllabi from colleagues,
1948-83

Box 42: folder 16


Box 43-46
Restrictions on access:

[Closed until 2032; a few files closed until 2057]

Housing,
1969

Box 47: folder 1


Box 47
Medieval and Renaissance Studies,
1971-82

Box 47: folder 2
Milbank Program for Health and Society,
1974-83

Box 47: folder 3-6
Millicent Carey McIntosh Center Dedication Committee,
1968-69

Box 47: folder 7
Newsletter,
1980-83

Box 47: folder 8
Office of the Registrar,
1968-83, n.d.

Box 47: folder 9
Personnel Committee,
1983

Box 47: folder 10
Public relations,
1962-83

Box 47: folder 11
Reunion,
1963-82

Box 47: folder 12
Search Committee for Interim President,
1975,1980

Box 47: folder 13-14
Search for President: Baxter nominations,
1975, 1979-8

Box 47: folder 15-16
Self-Study,
1979

Box 47: folder 17
Senior class,
1977-83

Box 47: folder 18
Seven College Conference,
1965-81

Box 47: folder 19
1961-63

Box 47: folder 20
Student papers (graded),
1969-82

Box 47a: folder 1-8
Student protests,
1968-72

Box 47a: folder 9
Student recommendations,
1960-83

Box 47a: folder 10
Tenure procedures,
1971-83, n.d.

Box 47a: folder 11
Third Year Review,
1982

Box 47a: folder 12
Thursday Noon Committee,
1961-66

Box 47a: folder 13
Wollman Library,
1963-83, n.d.

Box 47a: folder 14
Women's Center



General,
1969-74, n.d.

Box 48: folder 1
Creation,
1970-71

Box 48: folder 2
Charter Committee,
1972-73

Box 48: folder 3
Institute for Advanced Study of Women in Society,
1977-79

Box 48: folder 4
Task Force on Women,
1982-83

Box 48: folder 5
Annual Report,
1972-82

Box 48: folder 6
Executive Committee,
1971-83, n.d.

Box 48: folder 7
Women's archives and library,
1970-82

Box 48: folder 8
Search Committee for Director,
1971-72, 1983

Box 48: folder 9-10
1971

Box 48: folder 11
Conferences and events,
1970-83, n.d.

Box 48: folder 12
Projects,
1972-83, n.d.

Box 48: folder 13-15
Women's Studies



Major,
1971-77

Box 49: folder 1
Classes,
1970-83

Box 49: folder 2
Bibliographies and reading lists,
1971-81

Box 49: folder 3
"Women's Studies at Barnard,"
1970-82, n.d.

Box 49: folder 4
Study Committee,
1970-75, n.d.

Box 49: folder 5
Women's Studies Review Committee,
1974, n.d.

Box 49: folder 6
Committee on Women's Studies,
1977-83

Box 49: folder 7
Feminist Scholars Seminar,
1973, n.d.

Box 49: folder 8
Women's Studies at other institutions,
1970-81, n.d.

Box 49: folder 9
Requests for women's studies syllabi,
1970-83

Box 49: folder 10
Position searches at other institutions,
1972-74, n.d.

Box 49: folder 11
Miscellaneous,
1967-82, n.d.

Box 49: folder 12
SERIES VI. OTHER PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
(1943-84)


Fellowships and grants


Box
American Association of University Women,
1972-73

Box 50: folder 1
American Council of Learned Societies,
1975-78

Box 50: folder 2
Ford Foundation, Faculty Fellowships for Research on the Role of Women in Society,
1972-75, n.d.

Box 50: folder 3
John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation,
1975-76

Box 50: folder 4
National Endowment for the Humanities,
1975-79, n.d.

Box 50: folder 5-6
Princeton University, Davis Center for Historical Studies,
1971-72

Box 50: folder 7
Radcliffe Institute,
1977

Box 50: folder 8
Rockefeller Foundation Humanities Fellowships,
1973-77, n.d.

Box 50: folder 9
Social Science Research Council,
1971-75

Box 50: folder 10
Job opportunities



Bowdoin College,
1977

Box 50: folder 11
City University of New York,
1974, n.d.

Box 50: folder 12
Manhattanville College,
1973-74

Box 50: folder 13
Princeton University,
1980, n.d.

Box 50: folder 14
Sarah Lawrence College,
1965

Box 50: folder 15
Trinity College,
1981-83

Box 50: folder 16
Wellesley College,
1978-80

Box 50: folder 17
Declined offers,
1971-81

Box 50: folder 18
Organizations and conferences

[see also OVERSIZE MATERIALS]




American Association of University Women

[see also SERIES III. WRITINGS-Unpublished-Monographs]



Box 50
Archives,
1965-74, n.d.

Box 51: folder 1-3
Articles,
1943-79, n.d.

Box 51: folder 4
Conferences and forums,
1970-78, n.d.

Box 51: folder 5
Correspondence,
1974-79

Box 51: folder 6
Education Foundation,
1964-78, n.d.

Box 51: folder 7
Membership,
1963-82

Box 51: folder 8


Box 51
Pamphlets,
1956-79

Box 51: folder 9
American Heritage Foundation,
1947-49

Box 51: folder 10-12
American Historical Association



Committee on Congressional Fellowships,
1980-82

Box 51: folder 13
Correspondence,
1970-80, n.d.

Box 51: folder 14
Directory of Affiliated Societies,
1977

Box 51: folder 15
Panel proposal,[did not take place]
1979

Box 51: folder 16
American Medical Women's Association



General,
n.d.

Box 51: folder 17
Women's Medical Association of New York City,
1983

Box 51: folder 18
American National Heritage Association,
1974, n.d.

Box 52: folder 1
American Quarterly Editorial Board,

[see also SERIES III. WRITINGS]

1976-82

Box 52: folder 2
American Studies Association



General,
1963-83, n.d.

Box 52: folder 3
Metropolitan New York branch,
1964-83

Box 52: folder 4
Panel proposal,
1982-83

Box 52: folder 5
American Woman's Association,
1948-81, n.d.

Box 52: folder 6
Another Mother for Peace,
circa 1970

Box 52: folder 7
1961-77

Box 52: folder 8
Armenian General Benevolent Union, Inc. (AGBU),

[see also SERIES VII. SUBJECT FILES-Armenian Assembly of America]

1965, n.d.

Box 52: folder 9
1973-77, n.d.

Box 52: folder 10
Brown University,
1951-52

Box 52: folder 11
Bryn Mawr, M. Carey Thomas project,
1979-80

Box 52: folder 12
Celebrate Women festival,
1972

Box 52: folder 13
Children's Television Workshop,
1975

Box 52: folder 14
1961-74

Box 52: folder 15
Compton Advertising Awards,
1981-83, n.d.

Box 52: folder 16
Compton Digest,
1982, n.d.

Box 52: folder 17
Conference in Theology for College and University Faculty,
1962-68

Box 53: folder 1-8
Coordinating Committee on Women in the Historical Profession,
1974-84, n.d.

Box 53: folder 9
Coro Foundation,
1974-83

Box 53: folder 10
Cosmopolitan Club



Correspondence,
1973-83

Box 53: folder 11
Monthly bulletin,
1973-83

Box 53: folder 12
Stim Committee,
1980-81, n.d.

Box 53: folder 13
Miscellaneous,
1978, n.d.

Box 53: folder 14
Council for International Exchange of Scholars,
1974-82

Box 54: folder 1
Danforth Foundation,
1967

Box 54: folder 2
Encampment for Citizenship, Inc., "Freedom & Angelina,"
1978

Box 54: folder 3
Ford Foundation, Faculty Research Fellowship Program on Women in Society,

[see also Fellowships and grants]

1973-75

Box 54: folder 4
Girl Scouts of the U.S.A.,
1974

Box 54: folder 5
Holmes & Meier Publishers, Inc.,
1983

Box 54: folder 6
Intellectual History Group,
1979-83

Box 54: folder 7
Institute for Women,
1972

Box 54: folder 8
John Simon Guggenheim Foundation,

[see also Fellowships and grants]

1972

Box 54: folder 9
Kirkland College



Board of Trustees


Box 54
General,
1970-75

Box 54: folder 10-12
Science curriculum,
1973

Box 54: folder 13
Correspondence,

[see also SERIES II-CORRESPONDENCE--Friends and associates-- Babbitt, Nell; McIntosh, Millicent]

1969-78

Box 54: folder 14-15
Merger with Hamilton,
1977-81

Box 54: folder 16
Proposal, Conference on the Gifted Woman at the Threshold,
1974

Box 54: folder 17
1978

Box 54: folder 18
Lotos Club,
1981-83, n.d.

Box 55: folder 1
Marcus Weiner Publishing, Inc.,
1983

Box 55: folder 2
Marymount Manhattan College,
1982

Box 55: folder 3
Middlesex School



Anvil Association,
1979-83

Box 55: folder 4
Board of Trustees,
1982-83

Box 55: folder 5
Coeducation Committee,
1982-83

Box 55: folder 6-7
Donation of library materials,
1982-83

Box 55: folder 8
Miscellaneous,
1982-83

Box 55: folder 9
Mister Rogers' Neighborhood,
1975

Box 55: folder 10
Modern Language Association,
1971-72

Box 55: folder 11
National Advertising Review Board,
1974-75, n.d.

Box 55: folder 12
National Association for Armenian Studies and Research,
1964-65, n.d.

Box 56: folder 1
National Council of Women



American Bicentennial Monthly,
1974-76

Box 56: folder 2
Board of Directors,
1975

Box 56: folder 3
Bulletin,
1965-83

Box 56: folder 4
Correspondence,
1968-82

Box 56: folder 5
Miscellaneous,
1965-83

Box 56: folder 6
National Endowment for the Humanities, consultation

[see also Fellowships and grants]




General,
1975-78, n.d.

Box 56: folder 7
Kaledin proposal,
1982-83

Box 56: folder 8
Media programs,
1974-79

Box 56: folder 9
National Organization for Women,
1970-71, n.d.

Box 56: folder 10
New York Public Library



Night of One Hundred Dinners,
1983

Box 56: folder 11
Schomburg,
1971

Box 56: folder 12
Organization of American Historians,
1971-79

Box 57: folder 1
Oxford University Press,
1979

Box 57: folder 2
Plenum Publishing, Encyclopedia of Women,
1973, n.d.

Box 57: folder 3
Political Science Quarterly,
1980-82

Box 57: folder 4
Princeton Club of New York,
1980-81, n.d.

Box 57: folder 5
Ramapo College,
1975-82

Box 57: folder 6
"Remember the Ladies" exhibit,
1977

Box 57: folder 7
Schlesinger Library,
1967-70

Box 57: folder 8
Smith College Library, Council of Friends,

[see also SERIES I. BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION-Education--Smith]

1967-69, n.d.

Box 57: folder 9
Union for Experimenting Colleges and Universities,
1981-83, n.d.

Box 57: folder 10
Union Graduate School,
1981-83

Box 57: folder 11
United Hospital Fund of New York,
1979-82

Box 57: folder 12
USIA Consultation, evaluation of contemporary America seminar,
1972

Box 57: folder 13
Virginia Gildersleeve International Fund for University Women, Inc.,
1978-79, n.d.

Box 57: folder 14
Woman's Life,
1981-82

Box 57: folder 15
Women in the Workforce Conference,
1980

Box 58: folder 1
Women's Forum,
1981-83, n.d.

Box 58: folder 2
Women's History Research Center,
1971-73, n.d.

Box 58: folder 3
Women's Interart Center, Inc.,
1981, n.d.

Box 58: folder 4
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, conference: Violence in Our Time,
1968

Box 58: folder 5
Women's Medical Association of New York City

[see American Women's Medical Association]



Box 58
Women's Studies: An Inter-Disciplinary Journal,
1971-73, n.d.

Box 58: folder 6
Miscellaneous conferences,
1976-78

Box 58: folder 7
Requests for consultation,
1970-78

Box 58: folder 8
SERIES VII. SUBJECT FILES
(1905-83)


American studies/history

[see also OVERSIZE MATERIALS]



Box 58
Articles


Box 58
American history,
1964-75, n.d.

Box 59: folder 1
American studies,
1958-80, n.d.

Box 59: folder 2


Box 59
Bibliographies,
1950, n.d.

Box 59: folder 3
Conference announcements



American history,
1975-83, n.d.

Box 59: folder 4
American studies,
1971-82, n.d.

Box 59: folder 5
Journal offers



American history,
n.d.

Box 59: folder 6
American studies,
1960-83, n.d.

Box 59: folder 7
Newsletters,
1961-74

Box 59: folder 8
Programs



American history,
1966-76, n.d.

Box 59: folder 9
American studies,
1967-80

Box 59: folder 10-11
Publishers' notifications



A-L,
1962-83, n.d.

Box 59: folder 12
1971-83, n.d.

Box 60: folder 1
The Americanist,
1967

Box 60: folder 2
Arno Press,
1968, n.d.

Box 60: folder 3
Austin Book Shop,
n.d.

Box 60: folder 4
Dover,
1963, n.d.

Box 60: folder 5
Armenian Assembly of America,
1982-83

Box 60: folder 6
Chopin, Kate,
1970-76

Box 60: folder 7
1956-80

Box 60: folder 8
Equal Rights Amendment,
1952-83

Box 60: folder 9
James, Henry,
1963-80

Box 60: folder 10
Miller, Henry,
1961-70, n.d.

Box 60: folder 11
Revolution and protest,

[see also Women]

1964-69

Box 60: folder 12
Status of women


Box 60
State and local reports



General,
1964-70

Box 61: folder 1
New York,
1966-82

Box 61: folder 2
United States



General,
1934-72

Box 61: folder 3
Citizen's Advisory Council,
1964-70

Box 61: folder 4
Colleges,
1934-74, n.d.

Box 61: folder 5
Department of Labor,
1938-67

Box 62: folder 1-2
President's Committee on the Status of Women,
1961-63

Box 62: folder 3-4
Public service,
1949

Box 62: folder 5
State Department,
1972

Box 62: folder 6
International



1970

Box 62
International Council of Women newsletter,
1970

Box 62: folder 7
International Women's Year,
1974

Box 62: folder 8
United Nations



1962-Jan 1965

Box 62: folder 9-10
Feb 1965-75

Box 63: folder 1-2
Women



Biographies,
1964-83, n.d.

Box 63: folder 3
Clubs,
1968-83

Box 63: folder 4
Demonstrations and protests,
1969-70, n.d.

Box 63: folder 5
Education



Co-ed vs. single sex,
1948-83

Box 63: folder 6
Higher education,
1961-74, n.d.

Box 63: folder 7
Women faculty,
1970-83, n.d.

Box 63: folder 8
Family,
1948, n.d.

Box 64: folder 1
Feminism/feminist movement,

[see also Women's liberation]

1970-83, n.d.

Box 64: folder 2
Occupations



General,
1964-83, n.d.

Box 64: folder 3
Housewives,
1976-80, n.d.

Box 64: folder 4
Medicine,
1944-75, n.d.

Box 64: folder 5
Ordination,
1972-75

Box 64: folder 6
Prostitution,
1960-78, n.d.

Box 64: folder 7
Science,
1940-45, n.d.

Box 64: folder 8
Psychology,
1964-73, n.d.

Box 64: folder 9
Sex differences,
1967-81

Box 64: folder 10
Sex roles,
1953-72, n.d.

Box 64: folder 11
Sexuality,
1967-69

Box 64: folder 12
Stereotypes,
1970-78, n.d.

Box 64: folder 13
Suffrage,
1968-79

Box 65: folder 1
Women's bodies,
1975, n.d.

Box 65: folder 2
1969-73, n.d.

Box 65: folder 3-4
Women's history/women's studies

[see also OVERSIZE MATERIALS]




General,
1959-83, n.d.

Box 65: folder 5
Bibliographies,
1905-83, n.d.

Box 65: folder 6
Conferences,
1969-83, n.d.

Box 65: folder 7
Curriculum,
1975, n.d.

Box 65: folder 8
Journal offers,
1972-74, n.d.

Box 66: folder 1
Newsletters,
1970-80, n.d.

Box 66: folder 2-3
Programs,
1971-73

Box 66: folder 4
Publisher's notifications and reading lists,
1966-83, n.d.

Box 67
OVERSIZE MATERIALS



Women's history/women's studies bibliography,
n.d.

Box 68
Biographical material: Episcopal New Yorker,
1968, 1971

Box 69: folder 1
Writings



Advertisement, To Be a Woman in America, Times Books, Christmas,
1978

Box 69: folder 2
Galleys



The Universal Self-Instructor,
n.d.

Box 69: folder 2
"American Women fromto the Present: The Search for Identity," n.d.
1876

Box 69
Research notes, "Freedom: Fun and Games,"
n.d.

Box 69
Interview, "Follow a Star: Four Girls Interview their Heroines," Seventeen Magazine,
Jan 1959

Box 69
Barnard College



Barnard Bulletin,
1954-78

Box 69: folder 3
Barnard Bull,
2 Dec 1970

Box 69
Columbia Spectator,
1975-82

Box 69
University Committee on Rules of Conduct,
n.d.

Box 69
"A Model Bill of Rights and Responsibilities," Chronicle of Higher Education,
15 Mar 1971

Box 69
Other professional activities



American Association of University Women


Box 69
AAUW New York Division Reports,
1975-77

Box 69: folder 4
AAUW New Yorker,
1977-82

Box 69
Poster, "An Evening with Margaret Mead,"
1978

Box 69
Compton Advertising Awards: Poster, 1st Annual Advertising Journalism Awards,
1981

Box 69
Conference in Theology: "A Guide to Trinity College,"
n.d.

Box 69
Encampment for Citizenship: "Freedom & Angelina,"
1978

Box 69
Lotus Club: Poster, "State Dinner in Honor of President J. Roger Friedman,
1981

Box 69
Subject files



American Studies


Box 69
Conference: American Culture Association convention poster,
1982

Box 69: folder 5
Programs,
1974-77, n.d.

Box 69
Status of Women-International,
1970

Box 69
Women



Occupations


Box 69
Medicine


Box 69
"Langham's Pioneer Womanhood,"
1963

Box 69
"Odessa Zionist Put Down in India,"
n.d.

Box 69
Women's Studies



Publication notices,
n.d.

Box 69
Arno Press,
n.d.

Box 69
AAUW Insurance Plan poster,
n.d.

Flat File
Barnard's Women's Center brochure, "A Woman's Place in the World,"
n.d.

Flat File
American Studies, publication notice: Temple University Press,
circa 1980

Flat File
Women's Studies, publication notices,
1972-82, n.d.

Flat File

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