Women -- Nevada
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 59 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Colleen Joy (Moore) Plummer grew up in Fallon, Nevada and served as a trustee on the Churchill County School Board. Collection consists of materials related to Plummer's terms on the Churchill County School Board and one scrapbook containing materials from Plummer's junior high, high school, and college careers.
Abstract Proclamation by Nevada Governor Richard H. Bryan declaring the week of March 4-10, 1984, as Nevada Women's History Week.
Abstract Included is a letter from Ruth Glick to Jean Ford about the first organizational meeting of the Reno Women's Network, a survey form intended to provide direction to the organization, and a newsletter.
Abstract Included are minutes of board of director meetings, annual meetings, the Young Wives Club, and Camp Nay-A-Ti (Lake Tahoe); annual reports; financial and legal materials; programming plans and reports; fliers about events and classes; history of the Reno/Sparks YWCA; information about the Y's buildings; clippings; scrapbooks; and photographs.
Abstract Included are family papers containing clippings, correspondence, a speech about living in the Nevada governor's mansion, and photographs.
Abstract Included are clippings about Segerblom and her husband, Cliff, articles written by Segerblom, and biographical materials about family members: mother, Hazel Bell Wines (Nevada Assemblyman); grandfather W.R. "Johnny" Bell (Nevada State Senator); and uncle, Norman Bell.
Abstract Campaign materials for Smalley's second election to the Douglas County, Nevada, school board include flyers, mailings, sample ballot, clippings, and a photograph of Smalley.
Abstract Consists of materials related to the "Salute to Nevada's Outstanding Women of the Century" event, sponsored by the Nevada State Society of Washington, D.C. and held in November, 1973.
Abstract Included are photocopies of documents and correspondence related to Smith's service in the United States Women's Army Corps and in the Nevada State Assembly.
Abstract Letters to Strobridge are from Mary Austin, William Dean Howells, and Gwendolen Overton; all were originally tipped into books by these authors which were attributed to have been in Strobridge's library