Found in 369 Collections and/or Records:
The collection of William "Bill" Roberts contains telegrams, bulletins and letters relating to a strike of the Fisher Body Employees in 1936.
The collection consists primarily of artifacts and non-printed materials, collected through Jenkins' association with the UFCW (United Food and Commercial Workers) and the RCIA (Retail Clerks International Association) Local 1063. The bulk of these artifacts are plaques presented to Jenkins in recognition of his continual achievements in his field. Other artifacts include memorabilia from conventions, including convention brochures, as well as photographs.
Women Business Owners Inc., of Atlanta was an organization made up of women business owners. This organization is responsible for founding the Atlanta Womens Fund, now known as the Atlanta Women's Fund. The organization's records, 1979-1992, contain printed materials, photographs, artifacts, and records concerning this organization.
The Women's Events Collection is an artificial collection formed of items relating to events and exhibits about women's history or women's issues.
The "Printed Collection: Pamphlets" is an artificial collection of published and unpublished materials by or about women. Although called a pamphlet collection, this is in fact what some might consider to be a subject file or a vertical file, as it also includes reports, articles, directories, etc. Materials are usually received by Special Collections along with donated manuscript collections.
The Women's Printed Collection: Periodicals is an artificial collection of serial publications by or about women. Materials are usually received by Special Collections along with donated manuscript collections.
Rebecca Sharpless interviewed ten women from Atlanta, Georgia, mostly from Spelman College, for a paper on "Atlanta Working Women." Records of the project consist of transcripts and audio tapes.