Found in 355 Collections and/or Records:
Polly Simpson and others began "A Woman’s Place," a clearinghouse for women's resources as well as an organization for women, in June 1980. The collection consists of business plans and membership materials pertaining to the organization and activities of "A Woman's Place," 1980-1983.
The first part of this video is of several ACTWU workers. They discuss their childhoods and the textile workers' strike of 1934. In the second part of this video, Marion Brown discusses growing up in the Cabbagetown neighborhood of Atlanta, working at the Fulton Bag and Cotton Mill, and the textile workers' strike of 1934.
AFL-CIO Region 5 (known as Region 6 until 1973) encompassed Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee. The records consists of correspondence, newsletters, memos and reports, covering AFL-CIO's stand on political issues and candidates for office, lobbying, political campaigns, internal problems, and general business.
Correspondence, speeches, printed material including reports and legislation, and other records, 1934-1977, reflect Alda Ditchfield's career in nursing education at Georgia State University and its predecessors.
Alice C. Young has been involved in various community groups and causes. One of her lifetime commitments has been improving the conditions of women both on and off campus. Correspondence, minutes, agendas, reports, printed materials, photographs and artifacts make up the papers of Alice C. Young.
The records of the Altrusa International, Atlanta Club, 1938-2001, describe through administrative papers, correspondence, scrapbooks, articles and photographs how the women's service organization provided community service within District III and with Altrusa clubs internationally as a whole.
The collection consists of 11 agreements, 1945-1977, between various local unions of the Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America and manufacturers or other entities