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Women

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Boston City Federation of Organizations records

 Collection
Identifier: 9800.010
Scope and Contents note Records document the activities of the Boston City Federation of Organizations. The bulk of the materials consists of meeting minutes, agendas, and announcements. The records also contain some correspondence and a memorial program for Dr. Melnea Cass who served as the president of the federation from 1976 to 1978
Dates: 1968-2000

Boston Women's Commission records

 Collection
Identifier: 9704.001
Scope and Contents Includes projects files, photographs, files on Women's Memorial, publications, etc. This collection is unprocessed.
Dates: circa 1990s-2014

Centennial Year of Temporary Home for Women and Children

 Item — Publications PB 033: Series Series I
Identifier: 8720.002

Lists of women returned by the Assessors

 Series — Volumes 1-80
Identifier: 2100.006
Scope and Contents Lists of women's names and addresses arranged by ward and precinct.
Dates: circa 1880-1890

Temporary Home for Women and Children records

 Collection
Identifier: 8720.001
Scope and Contents note The collection includes records of the City Temporary Home also known as the Temporary Home for Women and Children. The collection has been divided into the following four series: Series I. Registers of Inmates admitted; Series II. Indexes to Inmates; Series III: Report of Inmates received and aided at City Temporary Home; Series IV. Administrative records. The inmate registers span the years 1857-1993 with gaps. The registers are recorded chronologically. The volumes from 1857-1862...
Dates: 1857-1993

Women voter registers

 Collection
Identifier: 4700.002
Scope and Content This collection contains registers documenting naturalized and native women registered to vote in school board elections from 1884-1920. Naturalized women immigrated to the United States and acquired citizenship. Native women were citizens by birth. Women who became citizens through their native husbands were registered as native voters (Chapter 223, Acts of 1879). Registers are labeled with a ward number, a volume number or both. Only the Naturalized Women Voter Registers have an index, all...
Dates: 1884-1920