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  • Tags: Women's History

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Poster for the "American Women on the Move" Conference held in Houston, Texas, by the United States Commission on the Observance of the International Women's Year.

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Written on reverse: "Taken on my 47th engagement anniversary May 20, 1950, This copy I send with love to the Proposer (Boston Public Gardens) signed - an old sweetheart of thine"

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Draft transcript, with edits, of an interview with Jacqueline de Romilly conducted by Margaret Collins Weitz as part of Weitz's photo-essay project, Femmes: 30 Notable Contemporary French Women, which was exhibited at Harvard University and other…

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Transcription of a Ford Hall Forum that featured Gloria Steinem, an American feminist, journalist, and co-founder of Ms. magazine. Steinem read excerpts from her book Moving Beyond Words and discussed child abuse as wells as economics.

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Pictured left to right: Dean Richard McDowell (SBS), Lois Lopaten, Professor Frances Burke (College of Arts and Sciences)

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In the first segment Representative Joe Moakley interviews Representative Yvonne Brathwaite-Burke about federal regulations and ethical issues related to human sterilization and abortion. The second interview is with Representative Ella Grasso and…

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Catherine Caraher Finnegan discusses her twenty year career at Suffolk University, during which she served as stenographer, secretary to Dean Gleason Archer, secretary of the law school, and assistant treasurer. Finnegan describes her experiences…

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Dorothy M. McNamara reflects on her forty-seven year career at Suffolk University, during which she served as stenographer, law school recorder, bursar, and finally as alumni secretary until her retirement in 1974. McNamara discusses her experiences…

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Carolina Garcia, the director of S.O.U.L.S. (Suffolk Organization for Uplifting Lives Through Service) Center for Community Engagement, discusses her involvement with service, service learning, and the development of her department at Suffolk…

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Dorothy M. McNamara reflects on her forty-seven year career at Suffolk University, during which she served as stenographer, law school recorder, bursar, and finally as alumni secretary until her retirement in 1974. McNamara discusses her experiences…

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Margaret Collins Weitz, professor emerita and former chair of Suffolk University’s Humanities and Modern Languages Department, discusses her non-traditional path into academia, her research, and her career at Suffolk. She begins with a description of…

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Susan Clark Thayer, Associate Dean Emeritus, discusses her career at Suffolk University as both director of the Ballotti Learning Center and associate dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. The interview covers her role in the creation of the…

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One of a series of interviews, conducted by Margaret Collins Weitz, of women who participated in the French Resistance during World War II. Many of the interviews were used as content for her book, Sisters in the Resistance: How Women Fought to Free…

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One of a series of interviews, conducted by Margaret Collins Weitz, of women who participated in the French Resistance during World War II. Many of the interviews were used as content for her book, Sisters in the Resistance: How Women Fought to Free…

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One of a series of interviews, conducted by Margaret Collins Weitz, of women who participated in the French Resistance during World War II. Many of the interviews were used as content for her book, Sisters in the Resistance: How Women Fought to Free…

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One of a series of interviews, conducted by Margaret Collins Weitz, of women who participated in the French Resistance during World War II. Many of the interviews were used as content for her book, Sisters in the Resistance: How Women Fought to Free…

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One of a series of interviews, conducted by Margaret Collins Weitz, of women who participated in the French Resistance during World War II. Many of the interviews were used as content for her book, Sisters in the Resistance: How Women Fought to Free…

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One of a series of interviews, conducted by Margaret Collins Weitz, of women who participated in the French Resistance during World War II. Many of the interviews were used as content for her book, Sisters in the Resistance: How Women Fought to Free…

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One of a series of interviews, conducted by Margaret Collins Weitz, of women who participated in the French Resistance during World War II. Many of the interviews were used as content for her book, Sisters in the Resistance: How Women Fought to Free…
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