Women -- Employment -- Nevada

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

E. B. Coffin Papers

Identifier: NC1062

The E. B. Coffin Papers contains genealogical materials about Coffin family members, such as birth, marriage, and death certificates; lineage notes; obituaries; and newspaper clippings. Also included is correspondence (usually on the death of a family member), deeds and legal agreements, a scrapbook and autograph album, and many photographs of the family.

Dates: 1850-1981

Problems of perception: physicians and the health problems of women casino "21" dealers

Identifier: NC1239

Elizabeth Bernheimer and Ruth Tsukuda were teachers in the Family Practice Center, Reno, Nevada. Contains paper co-authored by Ruth Tsukuda on the occupational health hazards of women employed as casino "21" dealers.

Dates: 1980

Gladys Belknap Rowley Scrapbooks

Identifier: 84-26
Abstract Scrapbooks of newspaper clippings of the column "Reno review" from the Nevada state journal between 1938-1956 and created by Gladys Belknap Rowley; plus correspondence related to the column; columns written by Brewster Adams ("Values in the rough") containing comments directed to Rowley; and comments, compliments, and critique she received about her work. Subjects of the columns generally about Reno, Rowley's family, the home front during World War II, experiences of Reno men in the war,...
Dates: 1938-1956

Women, Work and Wages Records

Identifier: 98-16

Women, Work and Wages is a Nevada non-profit organization founded to conduct a state-wide educational program on the issue of comparable pay for work as related to salaries of men and women. The collection includes bylaws, newsletters, fundraising and publicity materials and articles about the issue of comparable worth.

Dates: 1981-1984