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Margaret E. Mahoney papers, ca.1924-2012
30.5 linear feet (73 boxes)
Collection number: SSC.MS.00230

Abstract:
Margaret Ellerbe Mahoney papers primarily document Mahoney's professional activities. Her service on the boards of numerous education and medical foundations, her teaching at Princeton University, and her grant writing are notable accomplishments. Types of material include biographical material, correspondence, business and financial records, fundraising records, committee and conference files, appointment books, reports, speeches and lecture notes, photographs, and videotapes.

Terms of Access and Use:

Restrictions on access:

This collection is open for use without restriction beyond the standard terms and conditions of Smith College Special Collections.

Restrictions on use:

To the extent that she owned copyright, Margaret Mahoney has assigned the copyright in her works to Smith College; however, copyright in other items in this collection may be held by their respective creators. For reproductions of materials that are governed by fair use as defined under U. S. Copyright Law, no permission to cite or publish is required. For instances which may regard materials in the collection not created by Margaret Mahoney, researchers are responsible for determining who may hold materials' copyrights and obtaining approval from them. Researchers do not need anything further from Smith College Special Collections to move forward with their use.

Sophia Smith Collection

Biographical / Historical

Margaret Ellerbe Mahoney was best known as a philanthropist, executive of many non-profit organizations, civic leader, and trustee of Smith College. The papers primarily document Margaret Mahoney's philanthropic work with the Carnegie Corporation of New York, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, The Commonwealth Fund, UNESCO, and her consulting firm specializing in health care delivery systems, MEM Associates, Inc. The papers also document Margaret Mahoney's personal life, mainly through correspondence.

Margaret Ellerbe Mahoney was born in Nashville, Tennessee on October 24, 1924. Her parents, Charles Hallam Mahoney and Leslie Nelson (Nell) Savage Mahoney, had a brief marriage that ended in divorce in May 1925. Leslie Mahoney received full custody of Margaret. Charles Mahoney would later marry a woman named Elizabeth Wood. Charles Mahoney's family did not recognize Margaret's existence, and Margaret had no contact with them until a cousin, Joan Cooper, wrote her, months before Charles's death on August 20, 1988.

Margaret's mother, Leslie Mahoney, was an interior design expert and received a Master of Arts in history for her thesis titled "The Building of the Tennessee State House, 1845-1854." Many of Margaret's other relatives worked as doctors at Vanderbilt University. Her maternal grandfather, Dr. Giles C. Savage, and aunt, Dr. Kate Eastman Savage Zerfoss, shared an ophthalmology practice in Nashville, Tennessee, at what was then known as the Savage House. The Savage House was one of only two Nashville townhouses to survive the Civil War and is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Dr. Kate Zerfoss advocated for the addition of white lines to the edges of roads as a safety measure.

Margaret Mahoney attended Ward Belmont and West End High School, graduating from the latter in 1942. She attended Vanderbilt University and received a Bachelor of Arts degree in international relations with dual minors in history and art in 1946. Her college years were interrupted by wartime service. She briefly served on a classified assignment with the Army Signal Corps in Arlington, Virginia in 1944.

After her graduation from Vanderbilt, she returned to Washington, D.C. area to join the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Relations Staff at the Department of State, arriving in time for the First Session of the General Conference of UNESCO. She began as a clerk-typist and rose to become a program officer for cultural affairs. Her positions at UNESCO sent her traveling to Mexico and Lebanon, among other places. She initiated and organized the International Theatre Institute, the International Association of the Plastic Arts, and the International Music Council.

She continued her interest in arts programming after she left UNESCO in 1953 for the Carnegie Corporation in New York City. The Carnegie Corporation introduced her to grant-making, which she continued with for the rest of her professional career. Toward the end of Margaret Mahoney's tenure at Carnegie, she transitioned away from arts-focused philanthropy and instead into the realm of healthcare philanthropy.

In 1972, she accepted the position of vice president of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF), where she was able to continue working on grants focused on improving quality and access to healthcare. From 1975-1979, during her tenure at RWJF, she was on the faculty of the Princeton University Program in Science and Human Affairs. She taught a course titled "Medicine in Modern America" at Princeton University.

In 1980, she moved back to New York City full-time in order to become president of the Commonwealth Fund, making her the first woman to head a major American foundation. She serves as president of the Commonwealth Fund from 1980-1984.

Margaret Mahoney founded MEM Associates, Inc., a not-for-profit consulting firm specializing in health care delivery systems. The MEM Associates, inc. organization was headquartered in New York City in 1995. A major initiative of MEM Associates, Inc. was the Healthy Steps for Young Children Program. This program sought to improve the care and education for children ages 0-3. MEM Associates, Inc. also advised other non-profit organizations on developing fundable initiatives to advance the health and well-being of the American public.

Margaret Mahoney served on a variety of boards and educational foundations including the U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare's Medical Assistance Advisory Council; the Task Force on Medicaid and Related Programs; the Health Industry Advisory Committee of the Cost of Living Council; the Dermatology Foundation; the Sun Valley Forum on National Health; the National Humanities Center; and the Smith College Board of Trustees (1988-93).

Margaret Mahoney received many awards and honors for her professional dedication between 1970 -2011, including numerous honorary degrees and the Lahey Award from the National Fund for Medical Education. After years of failing health, Margaret Mahoney died in New York City on December 22, 2011.

Scope and Contents

The Margaret Ellerbe Mahoney papers consists of 30.5 linear feet of printed materials, such as diaries, calendars, speeches, photographs, clippings, minutes, memoranda, itineraries, and correspondence; and audio-visual materials, such as VHS tapes, audiotapes, and one floppy disk. The papers document Margaret's life from childhood until her death in 2011.

Documents that represent Mahoney's personal life can be found in Biographical Material and Correspondence series. The bulk of the printed material document Margaret's professional life and activities. Significant quantities of the collection represent information on philanthropic foundations, particularly those based in New York and pertaining to healthcare grantmaking.

The collection is organized into 8 series:

  1. Biographical
  2. Correspondence
  3. Employment
  4. Organizations
  5. Photographs
  6. Speeches and Writings
  7. Subject Files
  8. Restricted Materials


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

This collection is open for use without restriction beyond the standard terms and conditions of Smith College Special Collections.

Restrictions on use:

To the extent that she owned copyright, Margaret Mahoney has assigned the copyright in her works to Smith College; however, copyright in other items in this collection may be held by their respective creators. For reproductions of materials that are governed by fair use as defined under U. S. Copyright Law, no permission to cite or publish is required. For instances which may regard materials in the collection not created by Margaret Mahoney, researchers are responsible for determining who may hold materials' copyrights and obtaining approval from them. Researchers do not need anything further from Smith College Special Collections to move forward with their use.

Preferred Citation

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

Margaret Mahoney papers, Sophia Smith Collection, Special Collections, Smith College, Northampton, Mass.

History of the Collection

The collection was donated to the archives by Margaret Mahoney in 11 installments from 1987-2013.

Accruals:

Additions are not expected.

Processing Information

Processed by Maida Goodman and Kate Sumner.

Appraisal

Some of Margaret Mahoney's papers were previously housed at the Rockefeller Archive Center in New York. Margaret Mahoney sent financial materials related to her organization, MEM Associates in 2005, 2006, and 2007. They identified that these materials should be destroyed after 7 years, respectively. This was completed by the processors of the papers. Other materials that were sent by Margaret Mahoney yet were unrelated to her or her mother's papers, were deaccessioned including Civil War-era newspapers entitled, War of the Rebellion.

Margaret Mahoney agreed to donate two books, Marmaduke Multiply and Lady Chatterley's Lover to Smith College's Mortimer Rare Book Collection as they did not fit the scope of the Sophia Smith Collection's collection policy; they were acquired in 2002.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

As a preservation measure, researchers must use digital copies of audiovisual materials in this collection. Please consult with Special Collections staff to request the creation of and access to digital copies.


Additional Information
Contact Information
Smith College Special Collections
Young Library
4 Tyler Drive
Northampton, MA 01063

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

Email: specialcollections@smith.edu
URL: https://www.smith.edu/libraries/special-collections
Language
Materials are in English.
Related Materials

Related material can be found in the Leslie Nelson Savage Mahoney papers in the Sophia Smith Collection.

Further information about Margaret's professional work can be found in multiple places:

Sponsor
Encoding funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Contents List
1. Biographical materials
1924-2012
4.5 linear feet(11 boxes)

Scope and content:

This series provides an overview of the personal life of Margaret Mahoney. It includes a wide range of materials that document Mahoney's childhood to adulthood including clippings, educational items, familial history papers, financial documents, household documents, interviews with Margaret Mahoney, social events, and travel itineraries.

Of note, there is a World War II ration book, appointment books document Mahoney's daily schedule; awards and honors; a baby book that contains early photographs of her and her family; materials from class notes and papers from elementary school through her time at Vanderbilt University; material about Margaret Mahoney's mother, Leslie Nelson (Nell) Savage Mahoney's work as an interior designer; financial documents that provide researchers with a sense of Mahoney's expenses, charitable contributions, and income; information about Mahoney's real estate activities; and travel materials from Maine, England, Ireland, and Egypt.

Related material:

Additional information about Margaret Mahoney's family can be found within Series 2. Correspondence and about Margaret Mahoney's travel in Series 3. Employment.

Margaret Mahoney biographical sketches/resumes
1951-2012

Box 1: folder 1
Books dedicated to or mentioning Margaret Mahoney
ca.approximately 1995

Box 1: folder 2
Christ Church
1924-1953

Box 1: folder 3
Christmas
1975-1993

Box 1: folder 4-11
Memorabilia
1932-1956

Box 1: folder 12
Memorial service
2012

Box 1: folder 13-14
Miscellaneous notes
1974

Box 1: folder 15
Political activities: Marjorie Powell Allen campaign
1984

Box 1: folder 16
Portrait
1995

Box 1: folder 17
Quote book
1959-1970

Box 1: folder 18
Telephone call log
1997-1998

Box 1: folder 19-24
Address books
1935-2005

Box 2: folder 1-5
Margaret Mahoney appointment books and calendars
1971-2001

Box 2: folder 6-20
Margaret Mahoney appointment books and calendars
1971-2001

Box 3: folder 1-16
Margaret Mahoney appointment books and calendars
1971-2001

Box 4: folder 1-22
Margaret Mahoney appointment books and calendars
1971-2001

Box 5: folder 1-7
General awards and honors
1970-2011

Box 5: folder 8
"Achievements and Accomplishments"


Box 5: folder 9
Academy for Educational Development, "Woman of Valor"
2006

Box 5: folder 10
Beaver College honorary degree
1985

Box 5: folder 11
Brandeis University honorary degree
21 May 1989
1 folders
Map case 52
Brandeis University honorary degree
1989-1994
1 folders
Box 5: folder 12
Medical College of Pennsylvania honorary degree
1982
1 folders
Box 5: folder 13
The Medical College of Pennsylvania newspaper, Spring
1982
1 folders
Box 5: folder 1
Meharry Medical College honorary degree
1995
1 folders
Box 5: folder 14
New York Medical College honorary degree
1995
1 folders
Box 5: folder 15
Smith College honorary degree
1984-1985
1 folders
Box 5: folder 16
University of Florida honorary degree
1980
1 folders
Box 5: folder 17
Williams College honorary degree
1983
1 folders
Box 5: folder 18
Margaret Mahoney accolades
1993-1998
1 folders
Box 5: folder 19
MEM Accolades, Poster, Lotos Club State dinner in honor of MEM
18 April 1994
1 folders
Map case 52
MEM Accolades, "Execs' Brush with Destiny," Crain's New York Business
08 Feb 1999
1 folders
Map case 52
National Fund for Medical Education: Lahey Award correspondence, general, guest list, speech
1984-1985
7 folders
Box 5: folder 20-26
New York Academy of Medicine, "Margaret Mahoney: Fourteen Years of Creative Leadership"
1994
1 folders
Box 5: folder 27
New York Academy of Medicine, Associate Fellowship
27 Jan 1982
1 folders
Map case 52
New York Academy of Medicine, Fellowship
27 Jan 1982
1 folders
Map case 52
New York Academy of Medicine, First Annual Margaret E. Mahoney Lecture and Symposium on the State of the Nation's Health, program
22 May 1995
1 folders
Map case 52
Secretary's Unit Citation for outstanding contribution to the Task Force on Medicaid and Related Programs
August 1970
1 folders
Map case 52
New York Academy of Medicine, Mahoney Symposium
1995-1995

Box 6: folder 1-2
Women's Forum, Inc.
1989

Box 6: folder 3
Margaret Mahoney Baby books
1924-1937

Box 6: folder 4-5
Camp Nakanawa
1939

Box 6: folder 6
Early drawings
ca.approximately 1924-1944

Box 6: folder 7
Margarey Mahoney, Writing, "The Door to Poetry,"
1925

Box 6: folder 8
Margaret Mahoney, Writing, Story book
1932

Box 6: folder 9
Margaret Mahoney, Writing, Spelling book
ca.approximately 1934

Box 6: folder 10
Margaret Mahoney, Writing, Notebook
1935

Box 6: folder 11
Margaret Mahoney, Writing, "The Party"
1941

Box 6: folder 12
Clippings, General
1942-1995

Box 6: folder 13-14
Clippings, Monteagle, Tennessee
1940-1942

Box 6: folder 15
Clippings, Profile in Town and Country
1993

Box 6: folder 16
Clippings, "Koussevitsky: Missing in Action," Los Angeles Times
18 Dec 1983
1 items
Map case 52
Clippings, "My Hero: AJ Ayer on Albert Einstein," The Independent Magazine
2 Sep 1989
1 items
Map case 52
Margaret Mahoney education, Certificate of Promotion, First Baptist Sunday School
24 Sep 1933
1 items
Map case 52
Education, Drawing pad, English, History/Geography, Italian, Themes
ca.approximately 1924-2012

Box 6: folder 17-22
Education, Peabody Demonstration School
1935-1936

Box 6: folder 23
Education, Ward-Belmont School, record, diploma, and history notebook
1934-1942

Box 6: folder 24-25
Margaret Mahoney education, Ward-Belmont May Festival programs
1937-1938
1 folders
Map case 52
Margaret Mahoney education, Parmer School certificate
May 13, 1938
1 folders
Map case 52
Education, Parmer school
1938

Box 7: folder 1
Education, Cavert Junior High
1938-1939

Box 7: folder 2-3
Education, West End High School, diploma, record, Chemistry, English, History, Latin
1939-1942

Box 7: folder 4-17
Margaret Mahoney education, The West Wind, West End High School
April-May 1942
1 items
Map case 52
Education, Vanderbilt University, bound notes, papers
1944-1946

Box 7: folder 19-35
Education, Vanderbilt University, bound notes, papers
1944-1946

Box 8: folder 1-5
Family, Joan Cooper
1988-1999

Box 8: folder 6
Family, Martha Leslie Dubose
1993-1997

Box 8: folder 7
Family, Ellerbe and Prince families
1998

Box 8: folder 8-9
Family, "The First 175 Years at Ellerbe Springs,"
1995

Box 8: folder 10
Family, Charles Hallam Mahoney
1974-2001

Box 8: folder 11-12
Family, Nell Savage Mahoney, General
1983-1988

Box 8: folder 13
Family, Nell Savage Mahoney, Legal and financial matters, General
1980-1984

Box 8: folder 14-15
Family, Nell Savage Mahoney, "Mother,"
1997-2005

Box 8: folder 16
Family, Nell Savage Mahoney, Tennessee Historical Society
1983-1988

Box 8: folder 17
Family, Nell Savage Mahoney, Tennessee State Museum
1981-1983

Box 8: folder 18-19
Family, Leslie Prince Raimond
1999-2005

Box 8: folder 20
Family, Prince family
1999

Box 8: folder 21
Family tree of Samuel Earnest Zerfoss
ca.approximately 1924-2007
1 items
Map case 52
Correspondence from Thomas B. Zerfoss and Evelyn Zerfoss
2004-2007
1 items
Map case 52
Family, Savage-Zerfoss family, General
1966-2007

Box 8: folder 22
Family, Sacage-Zerfoss family, Elizabeth Zerfoss Fryer
1930-1982

Box 8: folder 23
Family, Savage-Zerfoss family, Kate Savage Zerfoss correspondence
1930-1982

Box 9: folder 1
Family, Savage-Zerfoss family, Thomas B. Zerfoss, II
1991-2008

Box 9: folder 2
Margaret Mahoney charitable contributions
1985-2009

Box 9: folder 3-4
Margaret Mahoney expenses and income
1977-1979

Box 9: folder 5
Expenses of Nell Savage Mahoney
1970

Box 9: folder 6
Finances, General
1942-1995

Box 9: folder 7
Margaret Mahoney household employers tax
1976-1988

Box 9: folder 8-10
Margaret Mahoney income other than as author, income as author
1969-1974

Box 9: folder 11
Margaret Mahoney Department of Health, Education and Welfare Taskforce on Medicaid and Related Programs
1970

Box 9: folder 12
Margaret Mahoney tax
1980-1986

Box 9: folder 13-14
Margaret Mahoney insurance
1952-1984

Box 9: folder 15
Margaret Mahoney loans
1951-1958

Box 9: folder 16
Margaret Mahoney trust
1986-1989

Box 9: folder 17
Margaret Mahoney apartment rentals
1949-1970

Box 9: folder 18
Margaret Mahoney Edgewood apartment, general, financial statements, purchase
1980-1984

Box 9: folder 19-23
Nashville Interiors: 1866 to 1920 signed by Amelia Edwards
1999

Box 10: folder 1
Apartments, New York realtors
1983-1985

Box 10: folder 2
Apartments, Princeton, New Jersey house (243 Hamilton), burglary, inventories, purchase, sale, relocation
1972-1980

Box 10: folder 3-9
Apartments, Waller separation, Correspondence, photographs, general
1968-1979

Box 10: folder 10-14
Waller separation
ca.approximately 1968-1979
15 min. Norelco mini-cassette
Box 71: folder 12
Waller separation
ca.approximately 1968-1979
1/4 Norelco audio tape
Box 71: folder 13
Apartments, Leases for Manhattan apartments, 225 East 57th Street
1967-1970
1 items
Map case 52
Apartments, Leases for Manhattan apartments, 320 East 50th Street
1962-1963
1 items
Map case 52
Household, Map of McLean Gardens residence halls
approximately 1944
1 items
Map case 52
Interview with Margaret Mahoney
1981
1 items
Map case 52
Interview with Margaret Mahoney, Claremont University
13 April 1994

Box 71: folder 15
Interviews with Margaret Mahoney, Meharry Medical College
09 Oct 2003

Box 71: folder 16
Interviews with Margaret Mahoney, National Library of Medicine
01 July 2003

Box 71: folder 17
Interviews with Margaret Mahoney, Carol A. Mockvos, University of Chicago, "Creativity in Later Life"
13 Apr 1994
T-120 VHS
Box 71 Box 4
Social events, Lucy Howorth award
28 Oct 1983

Box 71: folder 18
Social events, dinners
1983-1990

Box 71: folder 19
Social events, Fifth annual Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation dinner
19 Oct 1995

Box 71: folder 20 Map case 52
Social events, Miscellaneous
1995-1997

Box 71: folder 21
Social events, Eightieth birthday party
24 Oct 2004

Box 71: folder 22
Events, AAMC Award Presentation
30 Oct 1994
T-120 VHS
Box 71: folder 3
Travel, Aboard the Queen Mary
01-06 Jan 1949

Box 71: folder 23
Travel, Clashleigh House, Ireland
August 1989

Box 71: folder 24
Travel, Egypt
ca.approximately 1924-2012

Box 11: folder 1-2
Travel, England with Greg and Mary McNeill
April 1987

Box 11: folder 3
Travel, Itineraries
1980-1995

Box 11: folder 4-17
Travel, Maine
ca.approximately 1924-2012

Box 11: folder 18
Travel, "Amid Cairo's Clamor, Pathways Old and New," New York Times
1 Jan 1989
1 items
Map case 52
Travel, Map of Luxor
1988
1 items
Map case 52
Travel, Annotated map of Great Britain and Ireland
approximately 1924-2007
1 items
Map case 52
2. Correspondence
1932-2011
7.5 linear feet(18 boxes)

This series is arranged into two sub-series, Personal and Professional.

The Personal sub-series is arranged into alphabetical, chronological, and subject-specific correspondence. Mahoney's most prolific correspondent was her mother, Leslie Nelson (Nell) Savage Mahoney, whom she often addressed as "Duchess" or "Lady." Margaret Mahoney also exchanged a substantial amount of correspondence with Thelma Ingles, a healthcare professional, whose papers can be found at Duke University Medical Center Archives, and with Edward Staempfli, a Swiss musical composer and paramour of Mahoney.

The Professional sub-series is further arranged into General and Outgoing correspondence. General correspondence dates from 1992-1998 and is arranged alphabetically. Outgoing correspondence dates from 1978-2007 and is arranged chronologically.

Personal, alphabetical, Jean Bradford
1954-1968

Box 11: folder 19
Personal, alphabetical, Mary Caldwell
1933

Box 11: folder 20
Personal, alphabetical, Karen Davis
1992-1996

Box 11: folder 21
Personal, alphabetical, Fred
ca.1950s
1 folders
Box 11: folder 22
Personal, alphabetical, Thelma Ingles
1972-1984

Box 11: folder 23-26 Box 12: folder 1-3
Personal, alphabetical, Theodore Katz
1989-2007

Box 12: folder 4
Personal, alphabetical, Theodore Katz, including pencil portrait
7 April 1985

Map case 52
Personal, alphabetical, Lt. Tom Kelly
Aug 1944-Nov 1945

Box 12: folder 5
Personal, alphabetical, Nell Savage Mahoney
1932-1969

Box 12: folder 6-18 Box 13: folder 1-14 Box 14 Box 1-9
Personal, alphabetical, Nancy
1943-1946

Box 14: folder 10
Personal, alphabetical, Sadako Nakamura
1955

Box 14: folder 11
Personal, alphabetical, Barbara Pasquito
1981-1993

Box 14: folder 12
Personal, alphabetical, Kanta Reddy
1964-2006

Box 14: folder 13
Personal, alphabetical, G. William Sattler, III
1946-1947

Box 15: folder 1
Personal, alphabetical, Dorothy Saunders
1980-1985

Box 15: folder 2
Personal, alphabetical, Pfc. Theodore C. Snyder
1945

Box 15: folder 3
Personal, alphabetical, Sophia Smith Collection and Smith College
1985-2009

Box 15: folder 4-7
Personal, alphabetical, Edward Staempfli
1962-1964

Box 15: folder 8-13
Personal, alphabetical, William A. Sutton
1944-1945

Box 15: folder 14
Personal, alphabetical, Helen Taylor
1953-1960

Box 15: folder 15
Personal, alphabetical, Joan Temple
1939

Box 15: folder 16
Other personal correspondents, arranged chronologically
1942-2011

Box 15: folder 17-28 Box 16: folder 1-18 Box 17: folder 1-21 Box 18: folder 1-11
Personal correspondence, From envelope marked "Billet Doux"
1964-1975

Box 18: folder 12
Personal correspondence, Christmas cards, lists, incoming, outgoing
1994-2006

Box 19: folder 1-6
Personal correspondence, Condolences on Nell Savage Mahoney's death
Feb-Mar 1986

Box 19: folder 7-12
Personal correspondence, Get Well wishes
1976

Box 19: folder 13
Personal correspondence, Housekeepers
1985-1996

Box 19: folder 14
Personal correspondence, Howland Sargeant's death
1984

Box 19: folder 15
Professional correspondence, General, A-Z
1992-1998

Box 19: folder 16-19 Box 20: folder 1-19 Box 21: folder 1-18 Box 22: folder 1-16
Outgoing professional correspondence, arranged chronologically
1978

Box 22: folder 17-19
Outgoing professional correspondence, arranged chronologically
1979

Box 24: folder 1-10
Outgoing professional correspondence, arranged chronologically
1980

Box 25: folder 1-14
Outgoing professional correspondence, arranged chronologically
1993-1994

Box 26: folder 1-18
Outgoing professional correspondence, arranged chronologically
1994-1995

Box 27: folder 1-18
Outgoing professional correspondence, arranged chronologically
1996-1997

Box 28: folder 1-23
Outgoing professional correspondence, arranged chronologically
1997-2007

Box 29: folder 1-17
3. Employment
1944-2007
4.25 linear feet(10 boxes)

This series chronicles Margaret's professional life and is arranged alphabetically by employer name. Margaret's professional journey is illustrated throughout: from government service; her work with the United States War Department in 1944; working to support UNESCO in the State Department; arts funding at Carnegie Corporation; healthcare philanthropy at Carnegie, The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF), and the Commonwealth Fund; starting her own company, MEM Associates, Inc., at an age when most of her peers retired; and working with Healthy Steps, Inc., on early childhood education in 2005-2007.

The Employment series also includes lectures and readings taught by Margaret in her Princeton course "Medicine in Modern America," from 1975-1979.

Throughout the collection, Margaret Mahoney occasionally wrote notes "to the archives" about her papers and their significance to her. One such note can be found in the Lutheran Medical Center folder of the Employment series.

Carnegie Corporation, General
1953

Box 29: folder 18
Carnegie Corporation, American Medical Computer and Electronic Network
1970-1972

Box 29: folder 19
Carnegie Corporation, Arts
1961-1974

Box 29: folder 20-22
Carnegie Corporation, Associated Councils of the Arts
1965-1974

Box 29: folder 23
Carnegie Corporation, "Carnegie Corp. potpourri"
1967-1981

Box 30: folder 1-2
Carnegie Corporation, Clippings
1954-1962

Box 30: folder 3
Carnegie Corporation, Dunfermline gathering, correspondence, planning material, speeches
1985

Box 30: folder 4-7
Carnegie Corporation, Memoranda
1968-1972

Box 30: folder 8
Carnegie Corporation, Oral History
1968

Box 30: folder 9
Carnegie Corporation, "Random items from Carnegie Corp. days,"
1961-1967

Box 30: folder 10
Carnegie Corporation, Studio Watts Workshop
1968-1970

Box 30: folder 11
Carnegie Corporation, Kenneth Winter
1970

Box 30: folder 12
Carnegie Corporation, Grant Proposals and evaluations, Grants docket list
1969-1980

Box 30: folder 13
Carnegie Corporation, Grant proposals and evaluations, Airlie Foundation
1969-1970

Box 30: folder 14
Carnegie Corporation, Grant Proposals and evaluations, American Medical Association
1970

Box 30: folder 15
Carnegie Corporation, Grant proposals and evaluations, American Sociological Association
1971-1972

Box 30: folder 16
Carnegie Corporation, Grant proposals and evaluations, Association of American Medical Colleges
1971-1972

Box 30: folder 17
Carnegie Corporation, Grant proposals and evaluations, Beth Israel Hospital
1971-1972

Box 30: folder 18
Carnegie Corporation, Grant proposals and evaluations, Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences
1971-1972

Box 30: folder 19
Carnegie Corporation, Grant proposals and evaluations, Children's Hospital Medical Center
1970-1972

Box 30: folder 20
Carnegie Corporation, Grant proposals and evaluations, Columbia University
1971

Box 30 Box 21
Carnegie Corporation, Grant proposals and evaluations, Duke University Medical Center
1970

Box 30: folder 22
Carnegie Corporation, Grant proposals and evaluations, Duke, Johns Hopkins, McGill and Standford Universities: Clinical Scholars
1968-1979

Box 30: folder 23
Carnegie Corporation, Grant proposals and evaluations, Florida University
1970-1971

Box 30: folder 24
Carnegie Corporation, Grant proposals and evaluations, Genesse Hospital
1971

Box 30: folder 25
Carnegie Corporation, Grant proposals and evaluations, George Washington University
1970-1972

Box 31: folder 1-2
Carnegie Corporation, Grant proposals and evaluations, Harvard University
1971-1972

Box 31: folder 3
Carnegie Corporation, Grant proposals and evaluations, Health Resources Institute
1970-1971

Box 31: folder 4
Carnegie Corporation, Grant proposals and evaluations, John Hopkins University School of Medicine
1971-1972

Box 31: folder 5
Carnegie Corporation, Grant Proposals and evaluations, Lutheran Medical Center
1969-1989

Box 31: folder 6
Carnegie Corporation, Grant Proposals and evaluations, Meharry Medical College
1971-1972

Box 31: folder 7
Carnegie Corporation, Grant Proposals and evaluations, Montfiore Hospital
1970

Box 31: folder 8
Carnegie Corporation, Grant Proposals and evaluations, National Academy of Sciences
1969-1972

Box 31: folder 9-11
Carnegie Corporation, Grant Proposals and evaluations, National Committee for Careers in the Medical Laboratory
1971

Box 31: folder 12
Carnegie Corporation, Grant Proposals and evaluations, New York University Medical Center
1971-1972

Box 31: folder 13-15
Carnegie Corporation, Grant Proposals and evaluations, People's Medical Center
1971-1972

Box 31: folder 16
Carnegie Corporation, Grant Proposals and evaluations, Student American Medical Association Foundation
1970-1971

Box 31: folder 17
Carnegie Corporation, Grant Proposals and evaluations, Sun Valley Forum on National Health
1970-1971

Box 31: folder 18
Carnegie Corporation, Grant Proposals and evaluations, University of California, San Francisco
1970-1971

Box 31: folder 19
Carnegie Corporation, Grant Proposals and evaluations, University of Colorado
1971

Box 31: folder 20
Carnegie Corporation, Grant Proposals and evaluations, University of Michigan
1971-1972

Box 31: folder 21
Carnegie Corporation, Grant Proposals and evaluations, University of Nevada at Reno
1970-1971

Box 31: folder 22
Carnegie Corporation, Grant Proposals and evaluations, University of Tennessee
1971-1972

Box 31: folder 23
Carnegie Corporation, Grant Proposals and evaluations, Welfare Island Development Corporation
1971

Box 31: folder 24
Carnegie Corporation, Grant Proposals and evaluations, Youth Project
1972

Box 31: folder 25
Commonwealth Foundation, Congressional Inquiry
1983-1984

Box 32: folder 1-3
Commonwealth Foundation, Commonwealth agreement
1979-2001

Box 32: folder 4
Commonwealth Foundation, Commonwealth appointment press coverage
1980

Box 32: folder 5
Commonwealth Foundation, Commonwealth Fund: An Historical Sketch to 1947
ca.approximately 1947

Box 32: folder 6
Commonwealth Foundation, Directories
1986

Box 32: folder 7
Commonwealth Foundation, Gifts
1986-1994

Box 32: folder 8-9
Commonwealth Foundation, Harkness House at 100
2008

Box 32: folder 10
Commonwealth Foundation, Harkness House Paul Stewart catalog
1984

Box 32: folder 11
Commonwealth Foundation, Healthy Steps
1995-2002

Box 32: folder 12
Commonwealth Foundation, Management and leadership
1981-1990

Box 32: folder 13-19
Commonwealth Foundation, Medal
1985

Box 33: folder 1
Commonwealth Foundation, Publication of "For the Welfare of Mankind,"
1986

Box 33: folder 2
Commonwealth Foundation, Howland H. Sargeant fund
1986

Box 33: folder 3
Commonwealth Foundation, Doris Schawartz manuscript on health for aged
1984-1985

Box 33: folder 4
Commonwealth Foundation, Rebekah Harkness
1974-1983

Box 33: folder 5
Commonwealth Foundation, Mentoring
1987-1989

Box 33: folder 6
Commonwealth Foundation, Property Tax
1982-1984

Box 33: folder 7
Commonwealth Foundation, Events, General pediatrics academic development program
13-14 Sep 1979

Box 33: folder 8
Commonwealth Foundation, Events, Meeting on the Implementation of Recommendations of Select Panel for Promotion of Child Health
16 Apr 1981

Box 33: folder 9
Commonwealth Foundation, Events, Macy Conference on Minorities in Medicine
19-20 Nov 1981

Box 33: folder 10
Commonwealth Foundation, Events, Harvard University School of Public Health meeting on the Allocation of Medical Care Resources to Improve the Health of the Public
22 Dec 1981

Box 33: folder 11
Commonwealth Foundation, Events, Columbia Seminars at Harkness House
1981

Box 33: folder 12
Commonwealth Foundation, Events, Foundation Consortium meeting, Meharry Medical College
2 Jun 1982

Box 33: folder 13
Commonwealth Foundation, Events, Meeting on the effect of removal of the real property tax exemption on charitable organizations in NYC
7 Jun 1982

Box 33: folder 14
Commonwealth Foundation, Events, Ballynahinch Leadership Conference
Aug 1982

Box 33: folder 15-18
Commonwealth Foundation, Events, Conference on New York State Social Welfare Policy
1-2 Oct 1982

Box 33: folder 19
Commonwealth Foundation, Events, Revson Urban Fellows meeting, Columbia University
23 Nov 1982

Box 33: folder 20
Commonwealth Foundation, Events, General American Investors Co., Inc. staff conference
23 Nov 1982

Box 33: folder 21
Commonwealth Foundation, Events, Committee on Issues Reducing Dependency
Dec 1982

Box 33: folder 22
Commonwealth Foundation, Events, Commonwealth Fund Forum
23-26 May 1983

Box 33: folder 23-24
Commonwealth Foundation, Events, Congressman Green meeting
17 Jun 1983

Box 33: folder 25
Commonwealth Foundation, Events, Setting Municipal Priorities
2-3 Dec 1983

Box 33: folder 26
Commonwealth Foundation, Events, Lewis Thomas dinner
7 Dec 1983

Box 33: folder 27
Commonwealth Foundation, Events, Academic Health Centers consultative group, Princeton Club
1983

Box 33: folder 28
Commonwealth Foundation, Events, Duke Private Sector conference
1983-1985

Box 34: folder 1
Commonwealth Foundation, Events, New York Public Library, "In Celebration of Learning"
24 May 1984

Box 34: folder 2
Commonwealth Foundation, Events, MIT Symposium honoring Professor Richard Beckhard
12 Apr 1984

Box 34: folder 3
Commonwealth Foundation, Events, American Board of Medical Specialties conference, "Impact of the Certification Process on Graduate Medical Education,"
23 Feb 1985

Box 34: folder 4
Commonwealth Foundation, Events, National Conference on Health Care for the Poor, Meharry Medical College
7-8 Oct 1985

Box 34: folder 5
Commonwealth Foundation, Events, John Parrish luncheon
15 Mar 1987

Box 34: folder 6
Commonwealth Foundation, Events, New York Landmarks Conservancy
13 Oct 1987

Box 34: folder 7
Commonwealth Foundation, Events, Forum, "Using the City's Health Care Resources Effectively"
29 Oct 1987

Box 34: folder 8
Commonwealth Foundation, Events, 150th Anniversary Conference, Rockefeller Foundation
1989-1991

Box 34: folder 9
Commonwealth Foundation, Events, Oral History focus group
25 Feb 1991

Box 34: folder 10
Commonwealth Foundation, Events, The Commonwealth Fund 80th Anniversary VHS Video
9 Nov 1998
13:51 min, VHS
Box 71: folder 2
MEM Associates, Center for Disease Control Foundation
1998

Box 34: folder 12-18
MEM Associates Foundation Inquiry
1997

Box 34: folder 19-22
Healthy Steps, general, book material
2005-2007

Box 34: folder 23-24
John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
1996-1998

Box 35: folder 1-5
Organizational chart of MacArthur Foundation Florida real estate interests
approximately 1924-2012
1 items
Map case 52
Medical University of South Carolina
1997-1998

Box 35: folder 6-11
The Open Society Institute
1996-1999

Box 35: folder 12-17
The Science Coalition
1995-1997

Box 35: folder 18
Princeton University, Course, "Medicine in Modern America,"
1975-1979

Box 36: folder 1-9
Princeton University, Course, "Medicine in Modern America,"
1975-1979

Box 37: folder 1-9
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, General
1972-1980

Box 37: folder 10-11
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Child care papers by Margaret Mahoney
1977

Box 37: folder 12
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Clinical scholars
1981-1988

Box 38: folder 1
United States National Commission for UNESCO, General
1949-1985

Box 38: folder 2
United States National Commission for UNESCO, Application
June 1947

Box 38: folder 3
United States National Commission for UNESCO, Employment record
1947-1953

Box 38: folder 4
United States National Commission for UNESCO, News clippings
1950-1954

Box 38: folder 5
United States National Commission for UNESCO, Communiques, General
1950-1952

Box 38: folder 6-7
United States National Commission for UNESCO, Communiques, International Conference on the Arts
1950-1952

Box 38: folder 8
United States National Commission for UNESCO, Communiques, Libraries
1950-1952

Box 38: folder 9-10
United States National Commission for UNESCO, Communiques, Museums
1950-1955

Box 38: folder 11-12
United States National Commission for UNESCO, Communiques, Music
1950-1952

Box 38: folder 13
United States National Commission for UNESCO, Communiques, Preservation
1950-1953

Box 38: folder 14
United States National Commission for UNESCO, Communiques, Visual arts
1950-1954

Box 38: folder 15
United States National Commission for UNESCO, Publications, General
1946-1955

Box 38: folder 16
United States National Commission for UNESCO, Publications, International Theatre Month
1951-1953

Box 38: folder 17
United States National Commission for UNESCO, Publications, Report of first meeting
1946

Box 38: folder 18
United States National Commission for UNESCO, Travel, General
1949-1952

Box 38: folder 19
United States National Commission for UNESCO, Travel, General, Dept. of State Travel Vouchers
1953-1954

Box 39: folder 1
United States National Commission for UNESCO, Travel, Trip to Mexico, D.F.
1947

Box 39: folder 2-3
United States War Department
1944-1945

Box 39: folder 4
4. Organizations
1947-2010
5 linear feet(12 boxes)

This series is divided into two sub-series: Professional and Social.

The Professional sub-series ranges from 1969-1997 and is arranged alphabetically. It focuses on the numerous philanthropic or non-profit organizations that Mahoney advised, either formally as a member of the board of directors, or informally. The scope of Margaret's official involvements can be found in her résumés in the first folder of Series 1. Biographical material.

The Social sub-series is arranged alphabetically. It comprises a much smaller portion of this series and documents the social clubs that Margaret belonged to from 1947-2010.

Professional Directories
1986

Box 39: folder 5-7
Professional committees turn down
1978-1985

Box 39: folder 8
Aitken Neuroscience Center
1996-1998

Box 39: folder 9-17
American Association for the Advancement of Science
1983-1984

Box 39: folder 18-19
American Board of Internal Medicine
1970-1980

Box 39: folder 20-23
American Council on Education
1979-1981

Box 40: folder 1
American Public Health Association
1985-1987

Box 40: folder 2
American Research Institute for the Arts (ARIA)
1976-1979

Box 40: folder 3
American Stock Exchange, Board of Governors & Nomination Committee
1982-1990

Box 40: folder 4-10
Arthur Ashe Foundation
1997-1998

Box 40: folder 11-12
Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies
1980-1981

Box 40: folder 13-14
Brandeis University, Florence Heller Graduate School for Advances Studies in Social Welfare Board of Overseers
1982-1985

Box 40: folder 15-17
Children's Interest Group of Foundations
1982-1983

Box 40: folder 18-19
Columbia UP
1994-1995

Box 40: folder 20
Columbia University seminar on Philanthropy
1984

Box 40: folder 21
Commonwealth award in science (Sigma Xi)
1983

Box 40: folder 22
Cost of Living Council: Health Industry advisory Committee
1973-1974

Box 41: folder 1-5
Council on Foreign Relations
1984-1985

Box 41: folder 6-8
Council on Foundations
1981-1989

Box 41: folder 8-26
Council on Foundations
1984-1985

Box 42: folder 1-16
Dermatology Foundation
1974-1980

Box 42: folder 17-18
Dole Foundation for Employment of Persons with Disabilities
1984-1985

Box 42: folder 19-22
Dole Foundation for Employment of Persons with Disabilities
1986-1998

Box 43: folder 1-11
Duke University Council on Aging and Human Development
1983

Box 43: folder 12
Financial Women's Association of New York
1982-1986

Box 43: folder 13-15
The Foundation Center
1977-1983

Box 43: folder 16-21
Foundation Executives Group
1980-1983

Box 43: folder 22-23
Foundation Executives Group
1983-1986

Box 44: folder 1-5
Gannett Center for Media Studies
1985-1986

Box 44: folder 6
Sibyl and William T. Golden Foundation
1984-1987

Box 44: folder 7-8
Hampshire College Board of Overseers
1980-1981

Box 44: folder 9
Harvard Board of Overseers Committee to Visit the University Health Services
1977-1982

Box 44: folder 9-14
Hospital Research and Educational Trust
1982-1986

Box 44: folder 15-17
Independent Sector, Board of Directors
1982

Box 44: folder 18-19
Independent Sector, Board of Directors
1983-1985

Box 45: folder 1-8
Independent Sector, Committee on Public Information and Education
1981-1984

Box 45: folder 9-10
Independent Sector, Membership drive
1981-1985

Box 45: folder 11-14
Independent Sector, Statement by Margaret Mahoney on behalf of Independent Sector
1984

Box 45: folder 15
The Jackson Laboratory
1988-1990

Box 45: folder 16
John J. McCloy International Center
1986

Box 45: folder 17
Liasion Committee on Continuing Medication Education
1976-1980

Box 45: folder 18
MacArthur Foundation
1985

Box 45: folder 19-23
MacArthur Foundation
1986-1990

Box 46: folder 1-11
Marymount Manhattan College, President's Council
1981-1982

Box 46: folder 12
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Corporation
1984-1985

Box 46: folder 13-14
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Visiting Committee for the Medical Department
1975-1982

Box 46: folder 15
National Academy of Sciences: Institute of Medicine
1977-1987

Box 46: folder 16-21
National Board of Medical Examiners
1986

Box 47: folder 1
National Bureau of Economic Research Advisory Committee
1979

Box 47: folder 2
National Council on Patient Information and Education
1983-1984

Box 47: folder 3
National Endowment for the Arts
1978-1981

Box 47: folder 4
National Humanities Center
1977-1982

Box 47: folder 5-7
National Research Council: Board on Maternal, Child, and Family Health Research
1978-1982

Box 47: folder 8
New York Academy of Medicine, General
1982-1998

Box 47: folder 9-11
New York Academy of Medicine, Margaret Ellerbe Mahoney Symposium
1998

Box 47: folder 12
New York City, Advisory Board of Office of Chief Medical Examiner
1987-1988

Box 47: folder 13
New York City, Commission on the Year
2000 1986

Box 47: folder 15
New York City Major's Commission on Industrial and Commercial Incentive Programs
1983-1984

Box 47: folder 16-19
New York Hospital, Cornell Medical Center Advisory Board
1982-1986

Box 47: folder 20
New York State, Bar Association's Council on Law and Society
1986

Box 47: folder 21
New York State, Special Advisory Committee on Minority Recruitment and Retention in Medical Schools
1982

Box 47: folder 22-23
New York State, Non-Profit Coordination Committee
1983

Box 47: folder 24
Philadelphia Museum of Art
1978-1983

Box 47: folder 25
James Picker Foundation
1978-1985

Box 47: folder 26-27
James Picker Foundation
1978-1985

Box 48: folder 1-4
Population Council
1997

Box 48: folder 5
Public Committee on Mental Health
1986

Box 48: folder 6
Rockefeller Foundation
1995

Box 48: folder 7
Salisbury Cathedral Spire Trust
1987-1991

Box 48: folder 8-11
Smith College Board of Trustees
1988-1990

Box 48: folder 12
Sun Valley Forum on National Health, Inc.
1974-1981

Box 48: folder 13-21
Sun Valley Forum on National Health, Inc.
1982-1985

Box 49: folder 1-7
Trinity Church, General
1982-1995

Box 49: folder 8-16
Trinity Church, Five Year Plan for Grants Program
26 Sep 1983

Box 49: folder 17
Trinity Church, Report on State of Hispanic Ministry in the Episcopal Church
29 Jan 1985

Box 49: folder 18
U.S. Committee on Ways and Means: Subcommittee on Health: Advisory Panel on National Health Insurance
1975

Box 49: folder 19
U.S. Congressional Office of Technology Assessment, Health Program Advisory Committee
1981-1985

Box 49: folder 20-21
U.S. Congressional Office of Technology Assessment, Health Program Advisory Committee
1981-1985

Box 50: folder 1-5
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
1980

Box 50: folder 6
U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Medical Assistance Advisory Council
1969-1971

Box 50: folder 7-11
U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Task Force on Medicaid and Related Programs
1969-1971

Box 50: folder 12-13
U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Medallion
1979-1980

Box 50: folder 14
U.S. President's Commission on Mental Health: Task Panel on the Role of the Arts in Mental Health
1977

Box 50: folder 15
U.S. Senate Subcommittee on Children and Youth
1975

Box 50: folder 16
U.S. University of California Los Angeles School of Medicine Board of Visitors
1983-1987

Box 50: folder 17
University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine National Council
1986-1990

Box 50: folder 18
Washington University School of Medicine National Council
1987-1997

Box 50: folder 19
Women's Global Film Project
1995

Box 50: folder 20
Social organizations, The Arts Clubs of Washington
1947-1953

Box 50: folder 21
Social organizations, The Century Association
1988-1990

Box 50: folder 22-23
Social organizations, The Century Association
1990-2010

Box 51: folder 1-10
Social organizations, The Cosmopolitan club
1970-2006

Box 51: folder 11-16
Social organizations, The Lotos Club
1995-1996

Box 51: folder 17-18
Social organizations, The Tennessee Society
1976-1979

Box 51: folder 19
5. Photographs
1925-2007
1 linear feet(2 boxes)

This series is divided into four sub-series: Portraits of Margaret Mahoney, Scrapbook photographs, Professional photographs, and Other photographs.

The first sub-series, Portraits of Margaret Mahoney, documents professional headshots, in addition to a smaller number of more artistic portraits of Margaret, from 1940-1998.

The second sub-series, Scrapbook photographs, ranges from 1940-2007. The photographs were culled from two scrapbooks collected by Margaret. Due to the acidic condition of these scrapbooks, and additionally because photographs were increasingly becoming dislodged from their place in the scrapbook, the photos were removed from their original location. Upon removal, it was difficult to determine the original location of photographs, however the photographs retain their original labels, if any, given by Margaret. In the instance that that it was unclear which labels referred to which photographs, the page was photocopied and placed in with the photographs.

The Professional photographs sub-series document events and places from Margaret's professional life, including her UNESCO travels to Mexico and Lebanon in 1947.

The Other photographs sub-series contains photographs encountered in the collection, generally housed in envelopes. Quotation marks around the folder title indicate the original label applied by Margaret. These photographs document her childhood, her social life at Vanderbilt, and her travels, among other miscellaneous topics.

Portraits of Margaret Mahoney
ca.approximately 1940-1960

Box 51: folder 20
MEM photo.tif
1998

Box 71: folder 14
Portraits of Margaret Mahoney
1965-1990
3.5 inch floppy disk
Box 52: folder 1-6
Scrapbook photographs, Honorary degrees and awards
1977-1983

Box 52: folder 7
Scrapbook photographs, Margaret Mahoney with one other person
1983-1995

Box 52: folder 8
Scrapbook photographs, Margaret Mahoney and others
1951-1997

Box 52: folder 9
Scrapbook photographs, Identified others
1940-1984

Box 52: folder 10-14
Scrapbook photographs, Unidentified people
1960-2007

Box 52: folder 15-16
Scrapbook photographs, UNESCO
1950-1951

Box 52: folder 17
Professional photos, Carnegie good-bye to Margaret Mahoney
1972

Box 52: folder 18
Professional photos, Harkness House
1980-2005

Box 52: folder 19
Professional photos, conferences and events
1950-1982

Box 52: folder 20-21
Professional photos, conferences and events
1982-1998

Box 53: folder 1-2
Professional photos, UNESCO, Trip to Mexico City
1947

Box 53: folder 3
Professional photos, UNESCO, Lebanon
1947

Box 53: folder 4
Other photos, "Childhood"
ca.approximately 1925-1955

Box 53: folder 5
Other photos, Christmas cards with photographs
1964-1999

Box 53: folder 6
Other photos, Delta Delta Delta Fraternity
1 Feb 1943

Box 53: folder 7
Other photos, Egypt tour scrapbook
1988

Box 53: folder 8-12
Other photos, Kodak pictures taken by Margaret Mahoney in Washington, D.C.; New York; Woods Hole; Monteagle; W.-Blemont
ca.approximately 1924-1970

Box 53: folder 13
Other photos, "London Paris"
approximately 1924-2012

Box 53: folder 14
Other photos, Maine trip, Carol Richards
1995-1996

Box 53: folder 15
Other photos, Margaret Mahoney with Nell Savage Mahoney and McNeills at Foulkeways
1983-1986

Box 53: folder 16
Other photos, Miscellaneous events, 1994-2001
1994-2001

Box 53: folder 17
Other photos, Monteagle
1925

Box 53: folder 18
Other photos, Social events
1953-1973

Box 53: folder 19
Other photos, Trinity Church
1988-1995

Box 53: folder 20
Other photos, "Washington,"
1952-1954

Box 53: folder 21
Other photos, Wedding of Elizabeth Zerfoss to Syd Houston Hailey
July 1942

Box 53: folder 22
Vivienne Brown-Jerry
28 Dec 1998
1 items
Map case 52
MEM portraits in Harkness House
1997-2002
1 items
Map case 52
Anne and John Summerfield
ca.approximately 1924-2012
1 items
Map case 52
Roz Whitehead, Margaret Mahoney, and Carol Richards in Maine
Aug 1994
1 items
Map case 52
Unidentified portraits
ca.approximately 1924-2012
1 items
Map case 52
6. Speeches and Writings
1935-2006
5.5 linear feet(13 boxes)

This series consists of two sub-series: Unpublished and Published.

Unpublished materials comprise a very small portion of the series and comprise mostly Margaret's diaries from 1935-2003.

The Published sub-series consists of speeches, reports, and articles written by Margaret from 1947-2006. This sub-series is arranged chronologically. In several cases, Margaret delivered a speech and subsequently revised it into a published article. In those instances, all related materials have been placed together and are arranged by the earliest iteration of the speech/article.

This series provides a good understanding of Margaret's opinions on the contemporary state of philanthropy, healthcare, mentorship, and civic engagement. It includes her research and revisions for the President's Reports in the Commonwealth Fund annual report from 1982-1994. Of particular interest to scholars of gender and labor is Margaret's speech "Part Time for a Lifetime," delivered at Wellesley in 1981 and subsequently revised and published in Working Woman in 1983.

Diaries
1935-2003

Box 54: folder 1-10
Essay topics
1991-1994

Box 54: folder 11
"College Programs in the Arts for Non-Arts Majors,"
ca.approximately 1953

Box 54: folder 12-13
"Report on Mountain-Plains Regional Conference on UNESCO," U.S. National Commission for UNESCO
28 Jul 1947

Box 54: folder 14
"International Theatre Month: March 1950," Theatre Arts
Mar 1951

Box 54: folder 15
Miscellaneous unpublished fiction
approximately 1957-1972

Box 54: folder 16-17
"Momentum for Change," American Journal of Nursing
Nov 1969

Box 55: folder 1-2
The Arts on Campus
1970

Box 55: folder 3
"The Arts in Education," Planning Corporation for the Arts
Apr 1971

Box 55: folder 4
"The Opportunities and Constraints for the University in the Arts," Southeastern College Art Conference,
26 Apr 1972

Box 55: folder 5
"The Spectrum of the Health Professions: Evaluation and Testing Issues," National Board of Medical Examiners
15 May 1972

Box 55: folder 6
"The Future Role of Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners in the USA,"
19-22 Jun 1972

Box 55: folder 7
Art book drafts, correspondence, illustrations, research
1972-1973

Box 55: folder 8-15
"The Role of the Medical Student in the University Complex," George Washington University
5 Feb 1973

Box 55: folder 16
"The Changing Health Care System," Hospital and Health Planning Council of Metropolitan New Jersey
26 Apr 1973

Box 55: folder 17
"Toward an Evaluation System for Health Education," the Pharos
Apr 1973

Box 55: folder 18
"A Greater Struggle: Society's Changing Response to Changing Health Needs," Beth Israel Hospital Social Work Department 45th Anniversary Celebration
11 May 1973

Box 55: folder 19
"Foundation material,"
09 Oct 1973

Box 55: folder 20
"The Dollar Impact on New Directions in Medical Education and Practice" speech and publication
1973-1974

Box 55: folder 21-22
Foundation Subcommittee on Health, Smithers Foundation
30 Jan 1974

Box 56: folder 1
"A Review of 'The Rise of the Arts on the American Campus'" Foundation News
Jan-Feb 1974

Box 56: folder 2
"The American Hospital of the Future," New England Association for Hospital Development
1 Apr 1974

Box 56: folder 3
"The Arts in the Education Process," New York University
7 Mar 1974

Box 56: folder 4-5
Princeton High School Talk speech and reference material
1974

Box 56: folder 6-7
"The American Foundation and Other Institutions" speech and publication,
1974-1975

Box 56: folder 8-9
"The Crisis of Ignorance," The Maine Medical Center
21 Nov 1974

Box 56: folder 10
"The Subtleties in Reaching Out: The Colleges, the Communities and the Arts," Arts in Society
1972-1975

Box 56: folder 11-14
Analysis of Three Year Funding, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation board meeting
Mar 1975

Box 56: folder 15
"Preparing the Family-Oriented Physician for Practice in the United States," International Conference on the Family Doctor
22-25 Apr 1975

Box 56: folder 16
"A General Principle: Evaluation as a Planning Tool for Foundations," Council on Foundations
14 May 1976

Box 57: folder 1
"How Does a Child Become an Adult?" General staff presentation
13 July 1976

Box 57: folder 2
Buck Hill Falls presentation
29 July 1976

Box 57: folder 3
"Learning through participation in the arts," Christian Science Monitor
1976

Box 57: folder 4 Map case 52
Panel talk on "Manpower Requirements in the Changing Health Care Scene," New Jersey Society of Internal Medicine
10 Nov 1976

Box 57: folder 5
Iowa Public Radio Interview, Iowa State University: Arts in Education Series
18 Nov 1976

Box 57: folder 6
"As a Planning Tool: Evaluation Can Help Make the Manager's Life Easier," Foundation News
Nov/Dec 1976

Box 57: folder 7
"A Programmed Development of a New Foundation," Clearinghouse for Midcontinent Foundations, final text, staff edits, and news clippings
1977

Box 57: folder 8-9
"One Perspective on the Importance of Ambulatory Services," Annual Meeting of the Assembly of Ambulatory and Home Care Services
19 Sep 1977

Box 57: folder 10
Convocation Ceremony, Meharry Medical College
03 Oct 1977

Box 57: folder 11
"The Critical Cues in Society for Medical Education: or God sent a message to Earth asking its inhabitants to vacate by noon, because he had other tenants," Humanities Intensive Conference
29 Oct 1977

Box 57: folder 12-13
Preface to John Russell's Giving and Taking: Across the Foundation Desk
1976-1977

Box 57: folder 14
"Careers in Health Administration: An Interpretation of Needs along Three Professional Paths," Northwestern University
17 May 1978

Box 57: folder 15
"Dilemmas for the Young Woman Executive," Columbia University final copy, correspondence, and drafts
1978

Box 57: folder 16-17
"Endowed Cats Catch No Mice," staff luncheon presentation
14 Mar 1978

Box 57: folder 18
"Mission: To Contribute to the Health and Well-Being of Every Citizen," San Francisco
16 Oct 1978

Box 57: folder 19
"Notes on Child Abuse,"
19 June 1979

Box 57: folder 20
A Tribute in Memory of Charles Frankel, Kennedy Center
16 Aug 1979

Box 57: folder 21
"A Perspective on Child Care Needs in the 1980s," Institute of Medicine, speech, correspondence, publication
1979

Box 57: folder 22-23
"A Perspective on Child Care Needs in the 1980s," Institute of Medicine, speech, correspondence, publication,
1979

Box 58: folder 1
"Children's Health Care Needs Lack Broad-Based Constituency," Hospital Progress
June 1980

Box 58: folder 2-4
"Attitudes Affecting Child Health Care: A Perspective on the 1980s," Advances in Pediatrics
1982

Box 58: folder 5
Mary E Switzer Memorial lecture: "Allied Health Professions: Planning for the Future" speech, publication, correspondence
1979-1980

Box 58: folder 6-8
"One Outlook on American Institutions in the 1980s," New Jersey Society of Fund Raising Executives, drafts, final speech
1980

Box 58: folder 9-10
"Child Care in the 1980s" Yale University
02 Apr 1980

Box 58: folder 11
"The 1980s: What's Ahead for Children?" United Hospital Fund of New York,
30 Apr 1980

Box 58: folder 12-13
"Remarks on Carleton Chapman," The Commonwealth Fund Board of Trustees
08 May 1980

Box 58: folder 14
Mt. Sinai Talk and interview
1 Nov 1980- 25 Feb 1981

Box 58: folder 15
"Clinical Scholars and the Future of Urban Medical Care," Annual Meeting of the Clinical Scholars
15 Nov 1980

Box 58: folder 16-17
"Healthcare in the 1980s: Does It Still Need Philanthropy?" Grantmakers in Health Conference
18 Nov 1980

Box 58: folder 18-19
"A Reception for Paul and Joan Marks," Columbia University
02 Dec 1980

Box 58: folder 20
Remarks, Commonwealth Fund Forum
12 Aug 1981

Box 58: folder 21
Comments on David Hamburg, Institute of Medicine
15 Sep 1981

Box 58: folder 22
"Stability in Motion," The National Conference on Philanthropy, correspondence, drafts, final manuscript,
1981

Box 58: folder 23-25
"Part Time for a Lifetime," Wellesley College, correspondence, drafts, final manuscript,
1981

Box 59: folder 1-5
"For Women: A Lifetime of Work," Women and Foundations/Corporate Philanthropy,
1982

Box 59: folder 6
"Preparing for the Future," Working Woman
Nov 1983

Box 59: folder 7-8
Mount Sinai speech, manuscripts, related materials, staff comments and edits
1981

Box 59: folder 9-11
"Medical Care and Medical Research in New Zealand and Australia,"
14 Jan 1982

Box 59: folder 12
"The Foundation Connection," Foundation News,
Jan-Feb 1982

Box 59: folder 13
"A Personal Review of the Fund's First 30 Months and Plans for the Future,"
15 Feb 1982

Box 59: folder 14
"Interesting Times," Foulkeways
08 Mar 1982

Box 59: folder 15
Remarks, Founder's Day Honors Convocation, The Medical College of Pennsylvania
27 Mar 1982

Box 59: folder 16
Presentation, Conference of Southwest Foundations, correspondence, drafts, final manuscript, staff comments and edits,
1982

Box 59: folder 17-22
"What New Yorkers Think about their Health Care," Annual Report of Commonwealth Fund
1982

Box 60: folder 1
"A Talk," Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies, correspondence, drafts, final manuscript, related materials
1983

Box 60: folder 2-7
"Strengthening Community Leadership in the 80s," The Central Exchange, drafts, correspondence, final manuscript
1983

Box 60: folder 8-9
Testimony to Congress
27-30 June 1983

Box 60: folder 10
"Mentors," Commonwealth Fund president's report, correspondence, drafts, final copy, notes, references
1983-1984

Box 60: folder 11-17
"Overview of the Present," Commonwealth Fund,
1983-1984

Box 60: folder 18
"Variations in the Use of Medical Services: The Need for Knowledge," California Academy of Medicine, correspondence, drafts, final manuscript, references
1984

Box 60: folder 19-21
"Variations in the Use of Medical Services: The Need for Knowledge," California Academy of Medicine, correspondence, drafts, final manuscript, references
1984

Box 61: folder 1-3
"Creative Leadership," University of Rochester, correspondence, speech, references
1984

Box 61: folder 4-5
"Creating Opportunities for People to Live in Good Health," Associated Grantmakers of Massachusetts,
08 June 1984

Box 61: folder 6
"Introduction," Schools and Museums
11 July 1984

Box 61: folder 7-8
"What's Ahead for Children?" Monteagle Sunday School Assembly correspondence, final speech, related material
1983-1984

Box 61: folder 9-12
Ethics submission, Foundation News
July/August 1984

Box 61: folder 13
Greeting, Harkness Fellows meeting manuscript, reference materials
1984

Box 61: folder 14-15
Keynote Address, John Hopkins University School of Nursing, correspondence
1984-1985

Box 61: folder 16-17
Introduction of Cal Plimpton and Roy Atherton, The River Club
12 Nov 1984

Box 61: folder 18
"Leadership," Commonwealth Fund Annual Report, correspondence, final publication, mailing, references
1984

Box 61: folder 19-23
"Leadership," Commonwealth Fund Annual Report, correspondence, final publication, mailing, references
1984

Box 62: folder 1-2
"Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse," Grantmakers in Health and the New York Regional Association of Grantmakers
06 Feb 1985

Box 62: folder 3
Private Philanthropy and Public Policy, American Enterprise Institute
20 Mar 1985

Box 62: folder 4
Opening comments, Council on Foundations
24 Apr 1985

Box 62: folder 5
Richard Berman Award, National Conference of Christians and Jews
15 May 1985

Box 62: folder 6
Remarks, The Living-at-Home Program Advisory Committee Meeting
20 June 1985

Box 62: folder 7
"The Future of Nursing Education in the University," SUNY-Albany, correspondence, reference, manuscript
1985

Box 62: folder 8-9
"The Future of Us All: Growing Old in America," Geriatric Resources Corporation dinner, correspondence, references, manuscripts,
1985

Box 62: folder 10-12
"Heroes," Commonwealth Fund annual report, correspondence, drafts, final manuscript, references
1985

Box 62: folder 13-19
"Heroes," Commonwealth Fund annual report, correspondence, drafts, final manuscript, references
1985

Box 63: folder 1-3
"America's Elderly Population: A Public Health Story," Cosmopolitan Club luncheon, correspondence, references, drafts
1986

Box 63: folder 4-5
"A Prescription for Change: Government and Corporate Influences on Patient/Physician Relations," New York Academy of Medicine, correspondence, references, drafts, final manuscript
1986

Box 63: folder 6-8
Introduction of Peter Hannaford, Council on Foundations luncheon
15 Apr 1986

Box 63: folder 9
"Heroes in Our Time," Donors Forum, correspondence, reference material, drafts, final manuscript
1986

Box 63: folder 10-13
"Seeking Medical Advice to Determine Appropriate Care," Business and Health
1986

Box 63: folder 14
Review of Alan Pifer book, The Pharos
Fall 1986

Box 63: folder 15-17
"Families" annual report, Commonwealth Fund, correspondence, drafts 1-10, final version, spanish version, reference material
1986

Box 63: folder 18-21
"Families" annual report, Commonwealth Fund, correspondence, drafts 1-10, final version, spanish version, reference material
1986

Box 64: folder 1-6
Introduction of Thornton F. Bradshaw, Council on Foundations
01 Apr 1987

Box 64: folder 7-8
"Health," Report of the Commission on the Year 2000
June 1987

Box 64: folder 9
Introduction to "Harkness House" pamphlet
1987

Box 64: folder 10
"Partners" annual report, Commonwealth Fund correspondence, drafts, final, references
1987

Box 64: folder 11-20
"Partners" annual report, Commonwealth Fund correspondence, drafts, final, references
1987

Box 65: folder 1
Book review, New England Journal of Medicine
July 1988

Box 65: folder 2
"Doers" annual report, Commonwealth Fund
1988

Box 65: folder 3
"What the Future of Philanthropy Holds," Philanthropy
Jan-Feb 1989

Box 65: folder 4
"Inspirers" annual report, Commonwealth Fund drafts and references
1989

Box 65: folder 6-10
"Medical Rights and the Public Welfare," American Philosophical Society, 21 Apr 1990, drafts, notes, references
1990

Box 65: folder 11-16
Events, The American Philosophical Society, "Claude Anne Lopez" and "Symposium on Human Rights,"
1990

Box 71: folder 2
Mary Mount College references and notes
20 May 1990

Box 65: folder 17
Mount Sinai convocation speech references
18 Sep 1990

Box 65: folder 18-21
"Bring Back Public Health!" op-ed
20 Sep 1990

Box 65: folder 22 Box 66: folder 1-3
"A Community's Role and Responsibility in the Modern World," Donors Forum of Ohio, 25 Oct 1990, drafts, references
1990

Box 66: folder 4-5
"Mentors," One Plus One, conference, correspondence, and drafts
1989-1990

Box 66: folder 6-8
"Communicators" annual report, Commonwealth Fund, drafts, notes, final, references
1990

Box 66: folder 9-16
New York Historical Society references
27 Mar 1991

Box 66: folder 17-19
William Plowden notes
17 June 1991

Box 66: folder 20
"Healing Broken Communities: Building for the Future," American Philosophical Society
13 Nov 1992

Box 66: folder 21
Paul Bruce Dowling eulogy
30 June 1994

Box 66: folder 22
"Innovators," The Philanthropic Initiative
summer 1994

Box 66: folder 23
"Make Known What You Know," Foundation News and Commentary
Mar/Apr 1995

Box 66: folder 24
Op-ed Material
1994-1995

Box 66: folder 25
Robert Higgins Ebert obituary, The Century Association Yearbook
1997

Box 66: folder 26
Remarks, Medical University of South Carolina
01 Apr 1997

Box 66: folder 27
"What Do You Do? Give Away Money? The True Value of Organized Philanthropy," Conference of Southwest Foundations
09 Oct 1998

Box 66: folder 28
"Philanthropic Management," Conference on Raising the Value of Philanthropy
22 May 2000

Box 67: folder 1
Remarks, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation dinner to honor Ruby Hearn
30 Apr 2001

Box 67: folder 2
Remarks, Paul Beeson Physician Faculty Scholars in Aging
17 June 2001

Box 67: folder 3
Remarks, Children's Fund of Connecticut and Child Health and Development Institute of Connecticut
07 Dec 2001

Box 67: folder 4
Remarks, John W. Gardner Memorial
17 Apr 2002

Box 67: folder 5
Remarks, Philanthropy Northwest Early Childhood Learning Affinity Group
17 May 2002

Box 67: folder 6
Seattle Talks on Healthy Steps
17 May 2002

Box 67: folder 7
Remarks, Memorial Service for Nathan J. Stark
25 Nov 2002

Box 67: folder 8
Eulogy for Eli Ginzberg
18 Dec 2002

Box 67: folder 9
Remarks, National Committee for Quality Assurance award dinner for Harvey Picker
25 Mar 2003

Box 67: folder 10
"Partnerships," Funder's Network
21 May 2003

Box 67: folder 11
Remarks, Memorial Service for Kurt W. Deuschle
22 May 2003

Box 67: folder 12
Speech, Watkins College of Art and Design
13 May 2004

Box 67: folder 13
Remarks, Commonwealth Fund Board of Directors dinner honoring Lawrence S. Huntington
8 Nov 2004

Box 67: folder 14
Remarks, Waldemar Nielson Memorial
2 Dec 2005

Box 67: folder 15
Remarks, Alan Pifer memorial
9 Jan 2006

Box 67: folder 16
Tribute in Honor of Jeremiah Barondess
17 Oct 2006

Box 67: folder 17
Commonwealth Fund President's Report
1982-1994

Box 67: folder 18-19
Introductions to Commonwealth Fund Papers
1982-1987

Box 67: folder 20
"Perspectives on Health Fund Raising:" American Hospital of the Future
1 Apr 1974
1/8 in. audiocassette
Box 71: folder 5
Joint Staff meeting on Child Abuse
19 Jun 1979
1/8 in. audiocassette
Box 71: folder 6
First annual meeting, "General Pediatrics Academic Development Program"
13-14 Sep 1979
DC-60 1/8 in. audiocassette
Box 71: folder 7
"Tim Ireland talk" backup tape
9 Feb 1988
1/8 in. audiocassette
Box 71: folder 8
"Women's Health in the 90s"
16 Mar 1994
1/8 in. audiocassette
Box 71: folder 9
World Foundations State dinner
18 Apr 1994
1/8 in. audiocassette
Box 71: folder 10
"Innovators" and 10/23 dictation
1994
1/8 in. audiocassette
Box 71: folder 11
"5/2"
ca.approximately 1924-2012
1/8 in. audiocassette
Box 71: folder 15
"Fd News 2"
approximately 1924-2012
1/8 in. audiocassette
Box 71: folder 16
"To Margaret Mahoney from CFPC," Community Family Planning Council
approximately 1924-2012
T-10 VHS
Box 71: folder 17
"Society's Changing Response to Changing Health Needs," Colloquium at Beth Israel Hospital
11 May 1973

Map case 52
Donors Forum newsletter
7 May 1986

Map case 52
7. Subject files
1961-2007
1.5 linear feet(4 boxes)

This series is arranged alphabetically by subject. The section on People complements Series 2. Correspondence. That section includes information about Rene Maheu, the 6th Director-General of UNESCO, who Margaret met through her work supporting UNESCO. Maheu was a classmate and close friend of Simone de Beauvoir and Jean-Paul Sartre. The file on Tennessee history includes photographs.

Of particular interest are the Allan Kaprow "Happenings" posters.

Aging – old people
1986-1987

Box 67: folder 21
Art
1970-1972

Box 67: folder 22-24
Art/Education
1970

Box 67: folder 25
Economy
1986-1987

Box 67: folder 26
Education
1986-1987

Box 67: folder 27
Employment
1986-1987

Box 67: folder 28
Patient cases
1968-1974

Box 67: folder 29
People, Carnegie Days
1999-2007

Box 67: folder 30-33
People, Commonwealth Fund people
1984-2005

Box 68: folder 1-3
People, Karen Davis talk
1994

Box 68: folder 4
People, Family
1998-2005

Box 68: folder 5
People, Barbara Finberg
2005

Box 68: folder 6-8
People, Friends
1996-2008

Box 68: folder 9
People, Ted Katz, Institute of American Indian Arts
1972-1974

Box 68: folder 10-12
People, Mary Kohler memorial
1986

Box 68: folder 13
People, Kenneth Lash
1973-1975

Box 68: folder 14-15
People, Myrna Loy will
1983

Box 68: folder 16
People, Rene Maheu (UNESCO)
1963-1976

Box 68: folder 17-19
People, Medicine
1998-2004

Box 68: folder 20
People, Miscellaneous
1987-2006

Box 68: folder 21-23
People, New York City
1999-2005

Box 69: folder 1
People, Obituaries
1988-1993

Box 69: folder 2
People, "People"
1993-2008

Box 69: folder 3-6
People, RWJF [Robert Wood Johnson Foundation] Days
1988-2006

Box 69: folder 7-9
People, Franklin Delano Roosevelt
1989

Box 69: folder 10
People, Sixties
1992-2008

Box 69: folder 11
People, Brant Sloan
1971-1972

Box 69: folder 12-14
People, Edward Staempfli
1961-1962

Box 69: folder 15
People, State Department Days, Helen Rowan
1972

Box 69: folder 16-17
People, State Department Days, Women
1972

Box 69: folder 18-21
Personal improvement or career planning
1974-1991

Box 69: folder 22
Philanthropy: Environment in which it has to function
1993-1998

Box 69: folder 23
Philanthropy: Environment in which it has to function
1993-1998

Box 70: folder 1
Quotes
1986

Box 70: folder 2
Research on issue of role and responsibility of trustees
1986

Box 70: folder 3
Tennessee history
1995-2003

Box 70: folder 4
Untitled
1991-2002

Box 70: folder 5-10
Art Workers Newsletter, Vol 2 No 4-5
1971-1989

Map case 52
Clinical Trends in Ophthalmology, Otolaryngology, Allergy Vol. 10, No. 7
1972
1 items
Map case 52
"The Deeper Meaning of Apollo 17," New York Times
1 Jan 1973

Map case 52
"Excerpts from Nobel Lecture by Solzhenitsyn," New York Times
25 Aug 1972

Map case 52
Allan Kaprow posters, Four Happenings and EAT
1964

Map case 52
Commonwealth Fund People: "DNA Heroes, Long Unsung," Newsday
2 Mar 2003

Map case 52
8. Restricted materials
1925-2002
0.5 linear feet(1 box)

Restricted materials include medical information for Margaret E. Mahoney and material related to Board nominations. This material will be open in 2062.

Board Nominations
1980-1989
4 folders
Box 72: folder 1-4
Health record and insurance claims
1925-1986
12 folders
Box 72: folder 5-8 Box 73: folder 1-4
Priscilla Van de Workeen
1982-1984
1 folders
Box 73: folder 5

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Subjects
  • Architecture, Domestic--Tennessee
  • Architecture--United States--History
  • Carnegie Corporation of New York
  • Carnegie Corporation of New York--History--Sources
  • Commonwealth Fund
  • Commonwealth Fund--History--Sources
  • Europe--Description and travel
  • Fund raising
  • Mahoney family
  • Mahoney, Leslie Nelson Savage
  • Mahoney, Leslie Nelson Savage (Nell Savage Mahoney)
  • Mahoney, Margaret E.
  • Medical care--United States
  • Philanthropists--United States
  • Public health--Research--United States
  • Women in the professions--United States
  • Women philanthropists

Functions and occupations
  • Arts fund raising
  • Interior decorators--United States--Biography


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