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Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Women's League


Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Women's League records

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: AC-0381
Scope and Contents of the Collection Records of the MIT Women's League, previously known as the MIT Technology Matrons, cover the period 1913-2013. The collection includes annual reports and bylaws, minutes and agendas of annual meetings, minutes of the League Executive Committee and notebooks of committee chairs, records of the treasurer and other financial and budget information, committee reports including that of the Long-Range Planning Committee, minutes and membership lists of the Survey Committee, bulletins and newsletters,...
Dates: 1913 - 2013

Oral history with Margaret Hutchinson Compton

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: MC-0351
Scope and Contents of the Collection This collection consists of an interview with Margaret Compton, conducted for the MIT Women’s League. Mrs. Compton describes her life as the wife of President Karl Compton, who was president of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) from 1930-1948). It also covers her involvement with the MIT Women’s League from 1931 to 1973, and the history of women at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Dates: 1974

Catherine N. Stratton papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MC-0426
Scope and Contents of the Collection The collection contains Catherine Stratton's correspondence and notes about social functions sponsored by Julius Stratton and his wife, Catherine Stratton, during the years 1959-1966 when Julius Stratton served as president of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Social notebook files include working notes, correspondence, guest lists, menus, and invitations for functions. Most of the correspondence is from the MIT community, but there is interesting correspondence from others such...
Dates: 1954 - 2014; Majority of material found within 1957 - 1969

Tech Community Women records

Identifier: AC-0320
Abstract In 1922, the Technology Dames organization was formally established, under the sponsorship of the Technology Matrons (a faculty wives organization), to help the wives of MIT students adjust to and participate in the community. Their activities focused in large part on programs and projects whose proceeds were donated to charities. In 1973, the Technology Dames changed its name to the Technology Wives Organization, while the Technology Matrons became the MIT Women’s League, open to students,...
Dates: 1957 - 1993