Abortion Action Coalition (Boston, Mass.), Records, 1970-1982 (M21).
Abraham Bell and Company, Order Book, 1820-1835 (M9).
ACT UP/Boston (David Stitt), Collection, 1986-1994 (M179).
ACT UP/Boston (Raymond Schmidt and Stephen Skuce), Collection, 1987-2007 (M149).
Aetna AIDS Collection, 1986-1992 (M162).
AIDS Action Committee of Massachusetts, Inc., Records, 1975-2007 (bulk 1987-1996)(M61).
La Alianza Hispana, Records, 1965-1999 (M55).
Catherine L. Allen, Papers, 1928-2002 (M84).
La Alternativa, Newsletters, 1984-1999 (M98).
American Society for Engineering Education, Records, 1944-2002 (bulk 1960-1992)(M63).
American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Records, 1980-1994 (M108).
Natalie Ammarell, Papers, 1967-2008 (bulk 1981-2000) (M189).
Armed Services Young Men's Christian Association (Boston, Mass.), Records, 1917-2003 (bulk 1975-2003) (M148).
Albert James Augustine, Papers, 1927-1935 (M52).
Emma Jean Lang Avery, Papers, ca. 1916-1931 (M3).
Ronald W. Bailey, Oral History Collection, 1989-1990 (M153)
Arthur Batcheller, Papers, 1888-1977 (bulk 1913-1955) (M12).
Samuel Becker, Papers, 1925-1962 (M7).
Edward L. Bernays, Papers, 1982-1998 (bulk 1993-1995) (M99).
Charles Harold Berry, Papers, 1879-1963 (bulk 1917-1963) (M102).
Bisexual Resource Center, Records, 1983-2002 (M144).
Boston Alliance of Gay and Lesbian Youth, Inc., Records, (1983-2001) (M107).
Boston Area Feminist Coalition, Records, (1981-1983) (M121).
Boston-Bouvé College, Records, 1892-2000 (bulk 1925-1970) (M41).
Boston Coalition of Black Women, Records, 1993-2007 (M146).
Boston Elevated Railway Company Library, Records, 1884-1967 (bulk 1921-1950) (M150).
Boston Guild for the Hard of Hearing, Records, 1916-2003 (M105).
Boston Intercollegiate Lesbian and Gay Alliance, Records, 1982-1992 (M65).
Boston Opera House, Records, 1908-1958 (M33).
Boston Photo Collaborative, Records, 1992-2007 (M160).
Boston School of Dental Nursing, Records, 1940-1952 (M50)
Boston Society of Vulcans of Massachusetts, Records, 1951-2004 (bulk 1970-2000)(M131)
Boston Women's Music Collective, Records, 1975-1978 (M22).
Boston Women's Pentagon Action, Records, 1980-1986 (M143).
Boston Women's Union, Records, 1973-1981 (bulk 1973-1978)(M145).
Marjorie Bouvé, Papers, 1892-1972 (bulk 1892-1918) (M89).
Boys and Girls Clubs of Boston, Records, 1893-2004 (M103).
Bromfield Street Educational Foundation, Records, 1963-2003 (bulk 1985-1993) (M64).
Bromfield Street Educational Foundation, Prison Newsletter Collection, 1972-1996 (M169).
Elmer V. H. Brooks, Papers, 1924-1998 (bulk 1937-1968) (M129).
Charles Herbert Bruce, Papers, 1884-1928, 2009 (bulk ca. 1910) (M180).
John E. Bush, Papers, ca. 1980-2005 (M177).
Cambridge Eviction Free Zone, Records, 1972-2007 (bulk 1988-2007) (M170).
Robert C. Campbell, Papers, 1939-1993 (M117).
William J. Canfield, Papers, 1965-1999 (M69).
Nancy Caruso, Papers, 1948, 1951, 1983-2012 (M195)
Melnea A. Cass, Papers, 1954-1979 (M79).
Henry Robert Cattley, Papers, 1930-1945 (M53).
Dana C. Chandler, Jr., Papers, 1973-1991 (bulk 1977-1979) (M156).
Chas. T. Main, Inc., Records, 1975-[1977+] (M152).
Chinese Progressive Association, Records, 1976-2006 (M163).
Laurence F. Cleveland, Laboratory Manual, 1960 (M161).
Citywide Educational Coalition, Records, 1972-2001 (M130).
Coalition to Stop Institutional Violence, Records, 1972-1989 (M27).
The Coalition to Take Back the Night (Boston, Mass.), Records, 1978-1991 (M142).
Gregory C. Coffin, Papers, 1966-2002 (bulk 1966-1975) (M80).
Charles Joseph Collazzo, Papers, 1919-1984 (M5).
Committee for Cambridge Rent Control, Records, 1998-2003 (bulk 2002-2003) (M166).
Community Resources for Justice, Records, 1878–2008 (M182).
Frederick L. Corcoran, Jr., Papers, 1935-1958 (M115).
Nicholas D. Corsano, Papers, 1926-2001 (M186).
Milburn Devenney, Papers, ca. 1983-1996 (M157).
Beverly C. Dunn, Papers, 1962-1970 (M58).
Keri Lynn Duran, Papers, n.d., 1966-2005 (M174).
Sara R. Ehrmann, Papers, 1845-1993 (M39).
Carl Stephens Ell, Papers, 1912-1981 (M2).
Elma Lewis School of Fine Arts, Records, 1954-1992 (M43).
Robert Erickson, Papers, 1922-1984 (bulk 1922-1926) (M29).
Escuelita Agueybana Day Care Centers, Records, 1978-1996 (M116).
André Favat, Papers, 1960-1977 (M11).
Robert Arnold Feer, Papers, n.d., 1945-1969 (bulk 1958-1969)(M59).
Female Liberation: A Radical Feminist Organization, Records, 1968-1974 (M122).
Fenway Community Health Center, Records, 1972-2007 (M172).
Ford Hall Forum, Audio Tapes, 1961-1998 (M71).
William M. Fowler, Jr., Papers, 1976-2000 (M119).
James W. Fraser, Photograph Collection, 1905-ca. 1990 (bulk 1974-1976) (M66).
Antoinette Frederick, Papers, 1970-1991 (M40).
Freedom House, Inc., Records, 1941-1996 (bulk 1949-1986) (M16).
Harold A. Garabedian, Papers, 1953-1971 (M113).
Gay Academic Union of New England, Records, 1969-1980 (bulk 1975-1980) (M110).
Gay and Lesbian Labor Activists Network, Records, 1987-2001 (M86).
Martin Gopen, Papers, 1933-1994 (bulk 1969-1989) (M133).
Grants Management Associates, Records, 1974-1999 (bulk 1984-1999) (M178).
John C. Graves, Papers, 1971-1996 (bulk 1975-1980) (M83).
Glen Gray and the Casa Loma Orchestra, Records, 1915-1979 (M31).
Calista M. Greenough, Papers, 1945-1948 (M173).
Edward Rochie Hardy, Papers, 1769-1967 (bulk ca. 1890-1950) (M45).
Walter W. Hartford, Jr., Film, ca. 1942-1943 (M74).
Flora Haas, Papers, 1964-1995 (M132).
Lester E. Hintz, Papers, 1928-1996 (M18).
Hispanic Office of Planning and Evaluation (HOPE), Records, 1957-2012 (bulk 1982-2011) (M188).
Inquilinos Boricuas en Acción, Records, 1967-2009 (bulk 1974-1999) (M111).
International Society, Records, 1978-2002 (bulk 1984-1998) (M128).
Jewish Renaissance Project, Oral Histories, 2000-2002 (M104).
Clyde F. Joslyn, Papers and Memorabilia, ca.1929-1987 (M75).
The Justice George Lewis Ruffin Society, Records, 1848-2009 (bulk 1984-2005) (M124).
Israel Katz, Papers, 1935-2003 (M48).
Harold Hamilton Kerr, Papers, n.d., 1943-1947 (M49).
Asa S. Knowles, Papers, 1836-1990 (M20).
Harvey C. Krentzman, Papers, 1953-2005 (M34).
Benjamin LaGuer, Papers, 1984-2000 (M100).
Edward B. Landry, Papers, 1921-1978 (M76).
Warren C. Lane (collector), Photograph Collection, 1926–1933 (M192).
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Political Alliance of Massachusetts, Records, 1982-2002 (M91).
Paul M. Levenson, Papers, 1878-2001 (M56).
Elma Ina Lewis, Papers, 1917-1998 (M38).
William Lieberman, Papers, 1964-2001 (bulk 1964-1968) (M95).
William Lindsay, Ledger, 1852-1855 (M8).
Lowell Institute School Alumni Association, Records, 1905-1996 (M30).
Lower Roxbury Black History Project, Records, 1992-2007 (M165).
Lower Roxbury Community Corporation, Records, 1968-1978 (M106).
Minnie L. Lynn, Papers, 1902-1991 (M85).
Edward F. Lyons, Jr., Papers, n.d., 1917-1959 (M14).
Robert B. MacGregor, Papers, 1947 (M134).
Robert Joseph Markell, Papers, 1967-1968 (M57).
Everett C. Marston, Papers, 1930-1970 (M118).
Massachusetts Coalition of Battered Women's Service Groups, Collection, 1979-1981 (M138).
Massachusetts Gay and Lesbian Political Caucus, Records, 1974-2007 (M141).
Massachusetts Human Services Coalition, Records, 1969-2004 (M193).
Joseph P. McGuckian, Papers, 1927-1930 (M54).
Daniel J. McNichol, Papers, 1764-2008 (bulk 1989-2008) (M194).
Michael Meltsner, Papers, n.d., 1961-2008 (bulk 1978-2004) (M175).
Men of All Colors Together Boston, Records, 1980-1999 (M68).
Nelson Merced, Papers, 1966-2002 (M125).
Metropolitan Council for Educational Opportunity (METCO), Inc., Records, 1961-2005 (M101).
Norman G. Miclette, Papers, 1952-1958 (M147).
Mike Dukakis for President, Inc., Records, 1962-1989 (bulk 1987-1988) (M32).
Gay W. Milbrandt, Athletic Medals, 1930-1934 (M24).
Frank J. Miranda, Papers, 1964-2005 (M112).
Mobilization for Survival: Feminist Task Force, Records, 1985-1987 (M140).
William Joseph Mulcahy, Jr., Papers, 1963-1967 (M51).
Museum of the National Center of Afro-American Artists, Records, 1966-1998 (M44).
NASA Memorabilia and Newspaper Articles, Collection, 1963-1986 (bulk 1964-1968) (M154).
National Center of Afro-American Artists, Records, 1924-1998 (M42).
New England College of Pharmacy, Records, 1939-1962 (M15).
Doris Oberg, Papers, 1933–1983 (M190).
Doris Oberg, Slide Collection, ca. 1943-1973 (M72).
Rudolph O. M. Oberg, Papers, 1916-1976 (M46).
The Oral History Center, Records, 1978-1998 (M73).
Katherine G. Osborne, Papers, 1874-1942 (M6).
Paul F. Perkovic, Papers, 1974-1994 (M96).
Persistent Poverty Project, Records, 1985-2002 (M127).
Carmen A. Pola, Papers, 1970-2006 (bulk 1975-2000)(M159)
Police News Collection, Scrapbooks, 1961-1968 (M4).
Puerto Rican Entering and Settling Service, Records, 1969-1999 (bulk 1971-1972) (M81).
Harold R. Raemer, Papers, 1960-1999 (M171).
Kelley Ready, Papers, 1981-1994 (bulk 1985-1989) (M88).
Reproductive Rights National Network, Records, 1969-1995 (bulk 1980-1995) (M137).
Eugene Reppucci, Papers, 1955-2004 (M181).
Dwight P. Robinson, Family Papers, 1890-1966 (M92).
Roxbury Multi-Service Center, Records, 1965-2002 (M109).
John Ross, Papers, 1963-2006 (M70).
Dick Russell, Papers, 1806-2009 (bulk 1995-1997) (M191).
Phyllis M. Ryan, Papers, 1959-1988 (bulk 1961-1988) (M94).
John Salvi, Papers, 1994-1996 (M97).
Julius Adolphe Schweinfurth, Papers, 1882-1927 (M28).
The Second Wave: A Magazine of the New Feminism, Records, 1971-1984 (M19).
Sister Courage, Records, 1974-1980 (M123).
Muriel S. and Otto P. Snowden, Papers, 1911-1990 (bulk 1947-1985)(M17).
Sociedad Latina, Inc., Records, 1968-2007 (bulk 1985-1999)(M136).
Somerville (Mass.) Women's Educational Center, Inc., Records, 1975-1983 (M26).
Bernard "Bunny" Solomon, Papers, 1925-2006 (M77).
Frank Palmer Speare, Papers, 1878-1984 (M1).
Sondra Gayle Stein, Papers, 1977-1990 (M93).
Student Homophile League of Boston, Newsletters, 1970 (M90).
Louise Hall Tharp, Papers, 1949-1953 (M37).
Theater Offensive, Records, 1977-2010 (M82).
Travelers Aid Family Services, Records, 1891-2008 (M187).
Triangle Theater Company, Records, 1979-2009 (bulk 1979-1996) (M176).
United Drug Company Collection, n.d. (M10).
United South End Settlements, Records, 1891-2009 (M126).
Urban League of Eastern Massachusetts, Records, ca. 1953-2007 (bulk 1985-2000) (M139).
Urban Schools Collaborative, Records, 1976-1989 (A70).
John A. Volpe, Papers, 1943-1983 (M67).
Joseph D. Warren, Papers, 1972-2003(bulk 1980-1990) (M87).
Daniel Webster, Prints, 1833-1900 (M35).
West Roxbury (Mass.) Women's Club, Records, 1965-1973 (M78).
Zuline Gray Wilkinson, Papers, 1993-1999 (M114).
David L. Wilmarth, Papers, 1942-1966 (M36).
Women against Violence against Women (Boston, Mass.), Records, 1972-1985 (M25).
Women's Action Coalition (Boston, Mass.), Records, 1992-1997 (M60).
The Women's Coffeehouse, Records, 1978-1989 (M120).
Women's Educational Center (Cambridge, Mass.), Records, 1971-2002 (M47).
Women's Institute for Leadership Development (WILD), Records, 1971–2003 (bulk 1987–2003) (M185)
Women's School (Cambridge, Mass.), Records, 1971-1992 (M23).
Young Men's Christian Association of Greater Boston, Records, 1833-2003 (bulk 1851-1970) (M13).
Young Men's Christian Association, West Roxbury/Roslindale Branch, Records, 1948-1995 (M62).
Wilfred A. Young, Papers, 1923–1969 (M184).
Action for Boston Community Development, Records, ca. 1980-2006 (46/1) [UNPROCESSED] Action for Boston Community Development is a Boston-area anti-poverty agency, serving Greater Boston residents through a city-wide network of neighborhood-based organizations. Records include publications and annual reports. The collection is unrestricted. (Z10-004)
AIDS Action Committee of Massachusetts, Inc., Records, ca. 1983-1989 (44/1) [UNPROCESSED] The AIDS Action Committee is a non-profit organization that provides services to those living with HIV/AIDS including education, advocacy and outreach. The collection consists of tminutes, memorandum, and correspondence of various sub-committes of the organization. This collection is unrestricted. (Z11-007)
AIDS Action Committee of Massachusetts, Inc. (McNaught), Records, 1991-1996 (46/1, 46/3, FF4/D2) [UNPROCESSED] Thomas McNaught was Communications Director for the AIDS Action Committee of Massachusetts, Inc., an organization which provides support services to people with AIDS and HIV; educates individuals whose behavior or professions could put them at high risk for HIV infection; and advocates for effective AIDS public policy and funding. This collection consists of posters from the AIDS Action Committee’s controversial MBTA condom campaign and a volume entitled "AIDS Action Committee vs. T" consisting of newspaper clippings and news releases documenting the controversy; also included are additional posters, new releases, news clippings, brochures, annual reports, newsletters, 3 VHS copies of "A Community Response: The AIDS Action Committee of Massachusetts," and AIDS Action Committee memorabilia. This collection is unrestricted. (Z12-023)
American Composers Forum New England, Records, 1994-2010 (52/3-4) [UNPROCESSED] The New England chapter of the American Composers Forum provides composition services to community groups (i.e., church congregations, local arts councils, regional development groups, museums, environmental and social service groups) in the New England region. The American Composers Forum helps community groups find composers-in-residence and creates original music for the community groups. The collection consists of administrative records and original scores of the organization. This collection is unrestricted. (Z11-001)
Michael Aronson, Papers, 1986-1988 (47/2) [UNPROCESSED] Michael Aronson was a member of the speech writing team for Michael S. Dukakis' unsuccessful presidential bid. The collection includes the full-text of Dukakis' speeches, the original drafts with Dukakis' comments, and campaign posters. The collection is unrestricted. (Z06-047)
Asian American Resource Workshop, Records, ca. 1980-2011 (93/5-8) [UNPROCESSED] Incorporated in 1979, the Asian American Resource Workshop (AARW) empowers the Asian American community and offers services and programs to address the community’s needs and to promote Asian American culture. The materials in this collection document the AARW’s civil rights activism for Asian Americans, anti-violence efforts, creation of Asian American curriculum and educational resources, and promotion of Asian American artistic and cultural exhibitions, festivals, and workshops and includes documentation on the SafetyNet Violence Prevention Project and the Sticky Rice Project (Uniting Asian Americans through Antiracist Education), Board meeting minutes, newsletters, calendars, grant applications, APA directories, financial statements, budgets, programs, invitations, photographs, reports, documentaries produced by AARW, the Asian American Comic Book, and a banner. SafetyNet case files are restricted for 75 years unless researchers have written permission from the Asian American Resource Workshop; the rest of the collection is unrestricted. (Z13-003)
Bisexual Resource Center (Beer), Records, 1983-1995 (42/2) [UNPROCESSED] The Bisexual Resource Center is a Boston-based nonprofit organization founded in 1985 as the East Coast Bisexual Network, Inc., which works to build alliances among, and combat biphobia within, the gay, lesbian, and transgender communities. This collection consists of newsletters from various bisexual and bi-friendly organizations including “BiFocal,” “Bi-Focus,” and “BiNet News,” and newspaper clippings of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender issues and groups. This collection is unrestricted. (Z12-030)
Bisexual Resource Center, Records, 1993-1999 (44/3) [UNPROCESSED] The Bisexual Resource Center is a Boston-based nonprofit organization founded in 1985 as the East Coast Bisexual Network, Inc., which works to build alliances among, and combat biphobia within, the gay, lesbian, and transgender communities. This collection consists of issues of “Bi Lines: The Newsletter of the Richmond Bisexual Network” from 1993 to 1997. This collection is unrestricted. (Z12-009)
Boston Bar Association, Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights under the Law, Records, ca. 1978-2002 (49/1-4) [UNPROCESSED] The Lawyers' Committee is a non-profit organization specializing in pro bono legal representation of victims of race discrimination. The committee participates in community education on legal matters and promotes community economic development. This collection consists of court documents (e.g., pleadings, affidavits, motions, exhibits), correspondence, newspaper clippings, curricula, reports of limited English proficiency (LEP) participation, and a survey of bilingual literacy services in Boston and the surrounding towns. This collection is unrestricted. (Z11-010)
The Boston Foundation, Records, ca. 1987-2001 (42/1-2) [UNPROCESSED] The Boston Foundation was founded in 1915 to relieve hardship from World War I. Currently, the Foundation is involved in grantmaking, special initiatives, and civic leadership programs in the Boston area to support work on a variety of community issues . The records include publications, annual reports, and audio-visual material reflecting the grant-making activity of the Foundation. The collection is unrestricted. (Z09-022)
Boston Women's Pentagon Action, Poster, 1984 (FF5/D2) [UNPROCESSED] The Boston Women's Pentagon Action was a local chapter of the Woman's Pentagon Action, a decentralized, national feminist organization focused on anti-military, environmental, and social activism. This collection consists of a 1984 poster for Not In Our Name: A Women's Resistance Action. This collection is unrestricted. (Z13-008)
Bromfield Street Educational Foundation, Records, ca. 1980-2000 (46/2) [UNPROCESSED] The Bromfield Street Educational Foundation published the Gay Community News, which was considered one of the oldest and most progressive newspapers in the gay community, from 1973 to 1999. The Foundation also sponsored other projects and events: the Prisoners Project to support gays and lesbians in prison, the annual OutWrite conference for gay and lesbian writers, the Off-the-Page monthly reading series featuring Boston gay and lesbian authors, and the Queer Progressive Organizing School for coordinating progressive gay activities. The collection consists mainly of material related to the Prisoners Project, including correspondence with prisoners. The collection is unrestricted. (Z12-001)
John E. Bush, Papers, 1986-2012 (44/4) [UNPROCESSED] John E. Bush is a co-founder of Men of All Colors Together Boston (MACT) and served as a co-chair of National Association of Black and White Men Together (NABWMT) in 1988. This collection includes materials documenting NABWNT and Black and White Men Together, including NABWNT convention programs, newspaper clippings, a program for Wellsville High School graduation at which Bush was the commencement speaker, a letter, and Bush's keynote address for the 1986 San Francisco Lesbian/Gay Freedom Day Celebration. This collection is unrestricted. (Z13-007)
William J. Canfield, Papers, 1946-2002 (92/12, 93/1-2) [UNPROCESSED] William J. Canfield, II was a gay rights activist in Boston and was involved in the Boston gay liberation movement between 1970 and 1975. This collection includes school records (grade school, high school, college), financial documents, property files for Falinge Farm (Canfield’s LGBT-friendly bed and breakfast), correspondence, calendars, and LGBT records. This collection is unrestricted. (Z12-039)
Franklin Dunker, Photographs, ca. 1980-2005 (52/3) [UNPROCESSED] Franklin Dunker, a local photographer, photographed Latino events in the Boston area. The collection consists of photographs, negatives, and digital images of individuals and events in Boston, including the Puerto Rican Festival and various weddings. The collection is unrestricted. (Z10-023)
Virginia Eskin, Papers, ca. 1992-2002 (45/4) [UNPROCESSED] Virginia Eskin, a pianist and singer, was a Visiting Artist in the Department of Music. In 2006, she created and hosted the radio series "First Ladies of Music." The collection contains material relating to the "First Ladies of Music;" Northeastern Records, the University's record label; and "A Note to You," a radio program created by Professor Roland Nadeau from Northeastern's Department of Music. The collection is unrestricted. (Z10-016)
Sarah Winslow Farnsworth, Papers, 1987-1989 (39/3, RS9/S2) [UNPROCESSED] Farnsworth worked on Massachusetts Governor Michael Dukakis' campaign for president in the late 1980s. This collection includes campaign material such as newspaper clippings, correspondence, an audio tape, bumper stickers, and campaign buttons. This collection is unrestricted. (Z12-045)
Robert P. Gittens, Papers, ca. 1970s (44/2) [UNPROCESSED] Robert P. Gittens, an alumni of Northeastern University's class of 1975, was a photographer for The Onyx Informer student newspaper. The collection includes approximately 1, 200 photographic prints and negatives of speakers and students at Northeastern during the 1970s. Speakers include the Reverend Ralph Abernathy and Minister George X; events include the St. Paul's Day Camp, the Unity Awards Banquet, the Onyx staff, and the Black Political Convention. Some earlier personal photographs are also included. The collection is unrestricted. (Z10-008)
Martin Neal Gopen, Papers, ca. 1965-1988 (45/3) [UNPROCESSED] Gopen was an activist involved with the Urban League of Greater Boston and the United South End Settlements. This collection consists of files on equal employment opportunity programs for African American construction workers in Boston, pieces from Gopen's Bay State Banner column, "The Job Scene," vocational training, prisoner education programs, youth employment and training programs, research and subject files, and reports and case studies. This collection is unrestricted. (Z12-008)
Bernard Ludwig Gordon, Papers, 1967-1998 (44/4) [UNPROCESSED] Prof. Gordon was a member of Northeastern's Earth Sciences Department from 1961 to 2003, and also a rare book dealer. The collection contains correspondence, resume, press release, postcards produced by Gordon. The collection is unrestricted. (Z06-010)
Gerald R. Herman, Papers, ca. 1999-2010 (47/2) [UNPROCESSED] Gerald R. Herman is an Assistant Professor of History at Northeastern University. This collection documents Northeastern's role in both the Boston History & Innovation Collaborative and the Boston Innovation Trail. The Boston History & Innovation Collaboration is a non-profit organization dedicated to sustaining the greater Boston area's tradition of innovation by developing public history projects that could aid the community's economy. The Boston Innovation Trail is an organization that offers guided tours of Boston focused on local innovators and inventors throughout history. The collection includes, "Report on the Graduate Programs in History: Department Self-Study Report, 2004-2005". Records are closed for 25 years from their date of creation, unless researchers have written permission from the creating office. (Z11-012)
G. Derrick Hodge, Papers, ca. 1988-1993 (45/2) [UNPROCESSED] G. Derrick Hodge was a member of ACT UP/Boston and Queer Nation/Boston. The AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power (ACT UP/Boston) was founded in 1987 by activists Raymond Schmidt, Stephen Skuce, Donald Smith, and Paul Wychules to focus local efforts to speed up the development of AIDS treatments, educational programs, and prevention strategies. Queer Nation was an offshoot of ACT UP, created in response to elevated anti-gay and lesbian violence in the early 1990s. This collection consists of publications, newsletters, flyers, and articles relating to AIDS activism and the Boston chapters of ACT UP and Queer Nation. This collection is unrestricted. (Z11-014)
Blanche Feder Hume, Collection, 1929 (44/4) [UNPROCESSED] Blanche Hume graduated from the Boston School of Physical Education (later the Boston-Bouvé School) in 1929. This collection consists of a Boston School of Physical Education ring and a Boston School of Physical Education pin, both from 1929. This collection is unrestricted. (Z13-006)
Maria Iriti, Papers, 1992-1994 (46/1) [UNPROCESSED] Maria Iriti was a board member of GASP (Group against Smoking Pollution). The collection consists of printed material including magazines, newsletters, and newspaper clippings related to tobacco control advocacy. The collection covers material pertaining to STAT (Stop Teenage Addiction to Tobacco), ASH (Action on Smoking and Helath), and GASP. This collection is unrestricted. (Z11-017)
Mary M. Leno, Collection, n.d. (46/1) [UNPROCESSED] Mary M. Leno was a campaign button collector. The collection includes buttons concerning women's rights, civil rights, immigrant rights, affordable housing, AIDS/HIV, LGBT rights, ecology, anti-nuclear power, health, Native American issues, multi-culturalism, African American rights, prisoners rights, labor unions, and ageism. The collection is unrestricted. (Z09-016)
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Political Alliance of Massachusetts, Records, 1986-2000 (45/2) [UNPROCESSED] The Alliance is a community action group that serves the interests of the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community. The collection includes brochures, press releases, newsletters, photographs, and community recognition dinner programs. The collection is unrestricted. (Z07-039)
Helen Mahut, Papers, n.d., 2003 (46/4) [UNPROCESSED] Helen Mahut was a professor of Psychology at Northeastern University for twenty-three years. Considered a pioneer in the field of behavioral and cognitive neurosciences, she engaged in research at M.I.T. before continuing her work at NU. The collection includes autobiographical sketches and photocopies of photographs displaying life in Poland during the German occupation in WWII. The collection is unrestricted. (Z10-033)
Jean McGuire, Records, ca. 1970-1985 (44/2) [UNPROCESSED] Jean McGuire is the executive director of Metropolitan Council for Educational Opportunity. The collection includes material on her campaign and service relating to the Boston School Committee; and on being a trustee of The Children's Museum. The collection is unrestricted. (Z06-001)
Marcia Memery, Papers, ca. 1960-1961 (44/1) [UNPROCESSED] Memery was a student at the Boston-Bouvé School. This collection consists of photographs documenting classes and events. This collection is unrestricted. (Z12-010)
Metropolitan Council for Educational Opportunity (METCO), Inc., Records, 1969-2011 (44/2) [UNPROCESSED] METCO, Inc. is a private, nonprofit organization founded in 1966 to eliminate racial imbalance by busing children from Boston and Springfield to suburban public schools in 38 suburban communities. This collection consists of Board of Directors records, financial statements, parent handbooks, press material, reports, memoranda, and newspaper clippings. This collection is unrestricted. (Z12-014)
Marjorie Mueller, Scrapbook, 1930-1934 (47/4) [UNPROCESSED] Marjorie Muller graduated from the Boston-Bouvé School in 1934. This scrapbook documents Muller's extracurricular activities and time at Bouvé, and it includes dance cards, photographs, theater programs, newspaper articles, a commencement invitation and program, and congratulatory graduation cards. This collection is unrestricted. (Z12-037)
Walter Meuller, Papers, 1935-1985 (46/1) [UNPROCESSED] Walter Meuller was a member of the Boston Y Outing Club. The club was part of the Boston Y.M.C.A. programing and was first organized in 1935, as a co-ed club engaging in outdoor activities including hiking, bicycling, sailing, skiing, and horseback riding. The records consist of brochures, newsletters, short trip journals and photographs from the early days of the club. This collection is unrestricted. (Z11-018)
National Lawyers Guild. Massachusetts Chapter, Inc., Records, 1970-2006 (42/2-3) [UNPROCESSED] The Massachusetts Chapter of the National Lawyers Guild, an association of progressive lawyers, law students, paralegals, judges, legal secretaries, and community activists, has been active since the founding of the National Lawyers Guild in 1937. It seeks justice by working for immigrant and human rights, building community resources through the Street Law Clinics and the Lawyer Referral Service, acting as legal observers at demonstrations, educating the public about judicial nominees, and promoting workers' rights. The collection contains newsletters, publications, financial and administrative records, and programs run by the NLGMC. Records are closed for 5 years from their date of creation, unless researchers have written permission from NLGMC. (Z06-023)
“A Note to You,” Recordings, n.d., 1979, 1995 (44/3) [UNPROCESSED] "A Note to You" was a joint production of Northeastern University and WGBH Boston hosted by Roland Nadeau, founder of the NU Department of Music. This collection consists of recordings of “A Note to You.” This collection is unrestricted. (Z12-004)
Older Women's League (Greater Boston), Records, n.d. (46/1) [UNPROCESSED] Founded in 1980, O.W.L. is a national grassroots organization focusing on improving the status and quality of life for midlife and older women. The records consist of reports, brochures, newsletters, meeting agenda and minutes of the Greater Boston chapter of O.W.L. This collection is unrestricted. (Z11-016)
Paul Parks, ca. 1975-2005 (52/1-3) [UNPROCESSED] Paul Parks, an engineer and former chairman of Boston's School Committee, was an African American activist in Boston. In 1974, he was the first African American appointed Massachusetts secretary of education. The collection consists of records from Parks' engineering firm and his involvement in the Boston Public Schools and local social justice organizations. The collection is unrestricted. (Z10-026)
Positive Directions, Records, ca. 1987-2003 (51/1-4) [UNPROCESSED] The collection consists of records of Positive Directions and the organization it merged with in 1996, Northern Lights Alternatives New England, Inc., from inception to closing, and includes administration, fund-raising, and program files. Photographs depicting clients or volunteers are not available for public access until 1 Jan 2012. (Z03-024)
Julius A. Prince, Jr., Papers, 1967-1966 (46/3; 46/3) [UNPROCESSED] Julius A. Prince was a photographer for Freedom House, Inc. in the 1960s. The collection consists of photographs of Freedom House's Roxbury Work Study Program and some materials about the Boston Redevelopment Authority. The collection is unrestricted. (Z09-020; Z09-035)
Michael Roos, Papers, c. 1988-1992 (46⁄3) [UNPROCESSED] Michael Roos, born Michael Galvin, was a member of ACT UP/Boston (the AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power), a diverse, nonpartisan group united in anger and committed to direct action to end the AIDS crisis founded in 1987. ACT UP/Boston was formed to focus local efforts to speed up development of AIDS treatments, educational programs, and prevention strategies. The collection contains material relating to ACT UP/Boston and AIDS Community Television, and includes photographs, slides, video tapes, and memorabilia. The collection is unrestricted. (Z08-046)
Earl Rubington, Papers, ca. 1943-2004 (93/3-7) [UNPROCESSED] Rubington was a teacher and researcher who focused on social issues and deviant behavior. This collection consists of correspondence, articles, newspaper clippings, subject files, research notes for his books, interview notes on subjects, and syllabi and student papers from his sociology classes. This collection is unrestricted. (Z12-024)
Stull and Lee, Inc., Records, ca. 1967-2002 (Cage) [UNPROCESSED] Stull and Lee, Inc. is an African American Boston-based architectural and urban planning firm established by Donald L. Stull and M. David Lee in 1967. The collection includes architectural drawings, project files, and photographs. The collection is unrestricted. (Z10-025)
Helen M. Sullivan, Papers, 1974-1975 (44/2) [UNPROCESSED] Helen M. Sullivan received a Bachelor's Degree in Law from Northeastern in 1938 and a Master's Degree in Law in 1953. Sullivan worked as an assistant assessor in the Boston Assessor's Office In 1975, Sullivan received the School of Law Distinguished Alumna Award. This collection consists of memorabilia from Sullivan's time at Northeastern University. The collection is unrestricted. (Z11-026)
The Theater Offensive, Records, n.d., ca. 1994-2010 (46/1, 47/2, FF5/D3, Art File 19, RS9/S2, RS9/S4) [UNPROCESSED] The Theater Offensive mounts and produces festivals and individual productions by national and local queer performers, and also serves as a development environment for new theatrical work. The records consist of administrative records and promotional material including includes correspondence, recordings of productions (DVD and miniDV), newspaper articles, reviews of productions, photographs, contracts for theatrical venues, logistics for events and parties, posters, brochures, invitations, donor lists, and financial information including budgets, audits, tax returns, and meeting minutes from the Finance Committee. This collection is unrestricted. (Z13-001, 46/1, 47/2, FF5/D3, Art File 19, RS9/S2, RS9/S4)
Judith Tick, Papers, 1977-1978 (44/4) [UNPROCESSED] Judith Tick is the Matthews Distinguished University Professor of Music at Northeastern University. Tick is an authority on American music and the history of women in music. She has written numerous books on both subjects and has won many awards for her scholarship. This collection consists of materials relating to Women Making Music: The Western Art Tradition, 1150-1950 which Tick co-edited with Jane Bowers in 1986. The collection is unrestricted. (Z11-027)
Taimi R. Van Buren, Papers, 1933-1984 (44/2) [UNPROCESSED] Taimi Regina Salo Van Buren was a graduate of the Class of 1934 from the Boston-Bouvé School of Physical Education. The collection documents Van Buren's time at Boston-Bouvé School and includes programs, photographs, newspaper clippings, memorabilia and some photographs of Class of 1934 reunions. The collection is unrestricted. (Z08-050)
Young Men's Christian Association of Greater Boston, 1887-2008 (47/1, 45/1, 46/1) [UNPROCESSED] The Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) of Greater Boston was the first YMCA chapter in North America; it offers social, educational, and community programs, and maintains 31 branches and centers. The records consist of correspondence of President John Ferrell, 2005-2006, brochures, annual reports, photographs, post cards, and branch materials including newspapers. Also includes records (such as newspaper clippings, correspondence, reports, and memoranda) of the Wakefield and Reading YMCA branches, photographs, a financial ledger from the early 1900s, certificates, a wood cut, and YMCA publications such as “Leisure Hours,” “Boston Young Men's Magazine,” “Boston's Young Men,” “Three Sixteen,” “The Weekly Pocket Reminder,” and “Boston Young Men's News.” This collection is unrestricted.(Z11-004, 47/1; Z13-005, 45/1, 46/1)