Women -- West (U.S.)
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 63 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Included are a Nevada state caucus history, newsletters, correspondence, bylaws, membership rolls, and minutes from the Nevada Caucus, Capital Chapter (Carson City), and Bird Wilson Chapter of the Nevada Women's Political Caucus, and material from "Women winning in '82 and '84" seminars.
Abstract Questionnaires from each county about early settlers in Nevada, press releases, bulletins, seal and medallion, and final report.
Abstract Included are a history of the organization, membership rosters, correspondence, treasurers' reports, news releases, program announcements, news clippings, and newsletters.
Abstract Research compiled by Kosso and Mary Ellen Glass, formerly head of the Oral History Program at the University of Nevada, Reno
Abstract Material collected for two proposed publications: one on the Equal Rights Amendment battle in Nevada and one on distinguished Nevada women.
Abstract Included in these records are the articles of incorporation, bylaws, newsletters, membership information, correspondence, minutes, and financial statements.
Abstract Nicholson's files include materials on the Nevada, Carson City, Las Vegas and U.S. Leagues of Women Voters, Nevada politics, Carson City (Nevada), and women in Nevada.
Abstract Included are Mary Nowattney's high school diploma, a photo of Reno High School Students in 1888, a photo of women marching in a parade in Reno, and photos of Mary and her family.
Abstract Records, primarily of the Southside P.T.A., include minutes, bylaws, financial reports, material from the "Last Ditch" campaign to cover or fence open canals in Reno, materials from the Nevada Governor's Committee on the White House Conference on Education (1955), photos, and scrapbooks.,Also included are some materials from the United Parent-Teacher Association of Reno and the Nevada Federation of Womens' Clubs.
Abstract An examination of the roles pioneering and polygamy played among Mormon women, using personal accounts of a varied group of Mormon women.