Highlights include our feature article, “Sexual Assault: A Legal Perspective,” and a Q&A with a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner.
The members of the Association, all women, worked with the Sanitary Commission to aid Civil War soldiers in hospitals and camps by providing clothing, blankets and personal items. Westover Alden, editor of the Woman's Department of the New York Tribune in New York, New York.
Minute books, student records, and property records of the seminary. In this letter, Alden thanks Ives for submitting a poem, which she will publish in the Sunshine column of the newspaper's women's page.
To find additional items related to women's history, including those that have been added to the New York State Library's collection since this list was created, do a SUBJECT search on WOMEN in the catalog.
Correspondence between the mountain climbers and Grace Hudowalski, longtime secretary and historian for the organization.
Most of Bio One's titles are published by small societies and non-commercial publishers and contain information on the biological, ecological and environmental sciences. - Full text coverage of a wide range of New York State newspapers from Albany, Batavia, Binghamton, Buffalo, Lewisboro, Long Island, New York City, Plattsburgh, Saratoga Springs, Schenectady, Suffolk county, Syracuse, Troy, Utica, Watertown, and Westchester county. - Anthro Source contains a retrospective archive of peer-reviewed journals, newsletters, and bulletins published by the American Anthropological Association - over 100 years of published scholarly research across approximately 31 publications. - The Arts and Sciences collections I, II, III and IV contain more than 240 titles in over forty disciplines.