Women -- Nevada
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 59 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Included scrapbooks and textual material about the Nevada Congress of Parents and Teachers in Elko and other areas of Nevada, Business and Professional Women in Nevada, education in Nevada in general, and vocational education. There is also a small amount of material about Sullivan's family.
Abstract Includes materials related to the Nevada State Board of Education: subject files; correspondence; policy manual; budget material; reports on gifted and talented programs for schools, early childhood education, Nevada scholars program, and the Nevada Vocational Association; and a scrapbook commemorating Sullivan's term as president of the State Board of Education.,Other materials include National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Club speeches, certificates, and photographs; and...
Abstract Included is a biographical sketch, clippings, materials from her State Assembly campaigns, and photographs.
Abstract Includes an autobiographical sketch and vitae outlining Tyrer's professional career in medicine.
Abstract Included are legislative files and voting records of Wagner's Assembly and Senate terms of office; subject files; clippings about Wagner and other Nevada politicians; photographs; and campaign materials. Excluded are Wagner's official records as Nevada Lieutenant Governor, which are in the Nevada State Archives.
Abstract Diary of Ollie M. Walters recounts everyday activities of Ollie, her husband Jim, daughters Flora and Amy, and sons Jack and Clarence; and events in nearby communities and other parts of the U.S.
Abstract Consists of the memos, reports, correspondence, speeches, and clippings relating to issues before the Reno City Council and local commissions, including land use, child care, wetlands, and housing.
Abstract Included are an information pamphlet, list of executive and advisory committee members, clippings, essay on the WMC, mailing list, photographs, and slides.
Abstract The C. Clifton Young papers document the lives of Clarence Clifton (Cliff) Young, his father Clarence L. Young, and and mother Florence Anker Young. Including personal and business documents, these family papers give insight into life in Lovelock Nevada in the nineteenth and twentieth century.