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Calculating Women: Counting Women's Impact in the Exact and Natural Sciences in a Collaborative Project to Digitize Archival Materials from Harvard University, the Maria Mitchell Association, Smith, Mount Holyoke, Wellesley, Vassar, and Bryn Mawr Colleges and Tuskegee University.

Material Description

The collections proposed for digitization include correspondence, speeches, personal diaries, professional papers, calendars, glass plates, photographs, specimens, and log books containing scientific data. The materials document the personal and professional lives of women in science covering a wide range of scientific disciplines and a variety of academic institutions where they were employed.

Year Added:

2016

Institution

President and Fellows of Harvard College

Contact(s)

Dr. Sarah Thomas
President and Fellows of Harvard College

Ms. Evelyn M. Hammond
President and Fellows of Harvard College

Ms. Marilyn Dunn
President and Fellows of Harvard College

Collaborating Institution(s)

Maria Mitchell Association

Date Range

1700 - 2005

Geographic Scope

The scope is global and includes material from across the United States – from Alaska to the Colorado Rockies to the Woods Hole Laboratory on the Massachusetts coast. Other material comes from Europe, Africa, and Asia. The earliest are papers of Maria Mitchell; the bulk of material dates from 1840-1970.

Materials

  • 224 Mixed Archival Collections
  • 224 Mixed Archival Collections
  • 224 Mixed Archival Collections
  • 224 Mixed Archival Collections
  • 224 Mixed Archival Collections
  • 224 Mixed Archival Collections
  • 224 Mixed Archival Collections