WC. Women's collections
Found in 28 Collections and/or Records:
The Margaret Waller Freeman Cabell papers date from 1910 to 1982 and consist of papers and memorabilia from the activities of Cabell, James Branch Cabell, Ballard Hartwell Cabell, and other family members. The bulk of the collection contains correspondence between Margaret Freeman Cabell, James Branch Cabell, and their friends, colleagues, and business associates.
The collection includes minutes, correspondence, reports, newsletters, newspaper clippings, various publications and other materials related to the attempt to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment in Virginia and other women's issues. The materials date from the late 1970s until the early 1990s. A significant portion of the collection is comprised of materials of the Virginia ERA Ratification Council.
The collection includes minutes, reports, newsletters, records of the organization's multiple activities, photographs, and clippings. There are a few files involved in the WPA Writers Program.
The collection consists of publications, histories, newspaper clippings, letters to the editor, Richmond City proclamations, photographs, scrapbooks, and ephemera. The materials range in date from 1935-2004. The scrapbooks contain newspaper clippings and publications.
Fifteen printed items were purchased from book dealers in the 1990's. Except for one item from Chicago, these printed handbills and pamphlets are from the state of New York circa 1917 and before.
The collection consists of records created or acquired by the YWCA of Richmond in the course of its regular operations. Materials found in the collection include reports, minutes, budgets, financial records, correspondence, lists, memoranda, bylaws, attendance records, manuals, schedules, proposals, deeds, printed materials, and photographic materials dating from 1901 to 2002.