Women -- Societies and clubs -- New York (State) -- Rochester
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Multiple Containers
Overview The Deaf Women of Rochester collection contains administrative and governance documents, meeting minutes, correspondence, publications, newsletters, conference materials, event fundraising, photographic material, and sports documentation.
Collection — Box 2
Overview The collection includes reports, correspondence, invitations and memorandums related to the history of RIT’S Professional Businesswomen’s Association from the 1960's and 1970's.
Collection — Box 1-2
Overview Records of the RIT Student Wives' Association, a social group for the wives of full-time students at the Rochester Institute of Technology during the 1960s and 1970s. The collection contains a scrapbook of club activities, along with correspondence, meeting minutes, reports, and other administrative documents.
Collection — Folder 1-4
Collection — Box 1
Overview Records of the Women's Club of the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). The collection includes administrative documents such as the group's constitution, meeting minutes, and committee reports; financial records; correspondence; published material; and photographs.
Dates: 1937-1994; Majority of material found within 1969 - 1994
Overview Records related to the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) Women's Network. The Women's Network was a group started in 1989 by Rhona Genzel. The collection contains correspondence, newletters, meeting minutes, membership directories, promotional flyers.
Collection — Box-folder 120
Overview The Women’s Concerns Group was formed in September 1976 by a group of women faculty and staff at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). The collection contains correspondence, newsletters, meeting minutes and promotional flyers.
Collection — Box 1-15
Overview Records of the Women's Council of RIT founded in 1955 for women who were interested in helping to serve the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) community by acting as "ambassadors" for the school. The collection includes meeting minutes, correspondence, member rosters, meeting notes, financial records, photographs, ephemera, clippings, and other administrative documents.