Women -- History
Found in 397 Collections and/or Records:
The collection of 30 images documenting a metabolism study conducted by the College of Home Economics at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. Directed by Laura Jane Harper, the study was concerned with determining nitrogen requirements and utilization for young girls.
Schoolteacher and writer of Houlka, Mississippi. Papers consist of approximately 100 stories written by Collums.
The Maria Letizia Conforto Architectural Papers consist of drawings of Museo Nazionale Romano Crypta Balbi, slides, articles, and a brief biographical sketch. Conforto is an architect in Rome, Italy.
The collection consists of a friendship book collected and maintained by Aileen B. Cowardin. The book includes leaf and plant samples, most of which are labeled as to the location where they were found.
Martha J. Crawford (1925-1994) was an architectural interior designer of Waukesha, Wisconsin and first woman member of the New York Metropolitan Chapter of the Construction Specifications Institute. This collection consists of a portfolio of biographical and career information, including lists of projects and exhibitions, and articles about her work; two scrapbooks (1961-1974) of photographs, clippings, and lists of accomplishments; and drawings, artwork, and posters by Crawford.
The Lucy Herndon Crockett Papers consists of type and manuscript versions of some of Crockett's published and unpublished novels, her illustrations and art for her publications, and a small group of personal papers and papers about her. Materials date from about 1940 to 2015.
Nan Croley got her B.A. from Lake Erie College, and later earned her Bachelor of Architecture degree from Pratt Institute, School of Architecture in 1970. The collection consists of some biographical information and partial sets of construction drawings for three projects, several renderings and pen sketches done by the architect while employed at the firm of John Matthews Architects.
This collection contains a letter from English author Victoria Cross (Annie Sophie Cory) to Hughes Massie requesting that he read and provide feedback for her novel Life's Shop-Window.