720 XTF Search Results (subject=Women -- Employment -- United States;subject-join=exact;smode=simple;brand=default);subject-join%3Dexact;smode%3Dsimple;brand%3Ddefault Results for your query: subject=Women -- Employment -- United States;subject-join=exact;smode=simple;brand=default Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Absent from majority: working class women in America. Seifer, Nancy., Institute of Human Relations (American Jewish Committee) Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Alexander L. and Thelma S. Ostrow Papers. Ostrow, Alexander L. and Thelma S. Alexander Ostrow was an award-winning investigative reporter, working for the Cleveland Press, 1951-1964. He later became a public relations officer and then an administrative aide to Congressman Ron Mottl. His wife, Thelma Swank Ostrow, was an employee counselor for Vultee Aircraft Corporation, developing a counselor training course designed to aid women entering the work force during World War II. She later worked for Cleary Realty in Cleveland, Ohio. The collection consists of biographical material, a diary, and scrapbooks of newspaper articles written by Alexander Ostrow, primarily on Cleveland topics. Also, clippings and speeches of Thelma Ostrow and a 1944 counselor's manual for Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corporation, San Diego. The collection pertains primarily to Al Ostrow's career as a journalist at the Cleveland Press and specifically to his coverage of the Sam Sheppard murder trial, the 1951 concrete "shakedown" of Auditor Joseph T. Ferguson, and the expose of conditions at Cleveland State Ment... Wed, 01 Jan 2014 12:00:00 GMT Born female: the high cost of keeping women down. Bird, Caroline., Briller, Sara Welles Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Career women of America, 1776-1840. Dexter, Elisabeth Williams Anthony, 1887- Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Cleveland Women Working Records. Cleveland Women Working Cleveland Women Working (f. 1975), founded largely by Helen Williams, was an organization of working women concerned about equal opportunity rights for office workers in the United States and especially in the Cleveland, Ohio, area. They addressed problems faced by working women by using documented research and active strategy. They counseled and educated women about legal rights and job problems, publicized unfair working situations, monitored government agencies which enforced anti-discrimination laws; monitored specific employers for compliance with the law; advocated for women with discrimination problems; and published special reports and a bi-monthly newsletter. In 1977 Cleveland Women Working merged with a group formed out of the Boston, Massachusetts, organization 9to5 News that became the Working Women Organizing Project. After another name change it became 9to5, National Association of Working Women in 1983 and maintained its national headquarters in Cleveland until 1993 when the national organizati... Wed, 01 Jan 2014 12:00:00 GMT Lana Moresky Papers. Moresky, Lana Lana Moresky is a women's rights activist and officer of the National Organization for Women (NOW). In 1972, Moresky joined the Cleveland, Ohio NOW. By 1973 she was a member of the executive board and a state delegate, and, in 1974, Moresky became state NOW coordinator. In 1976 she was elected to a seat on the NOW national board. Moresky remained involved in NOW, particularly at the local level, throughout the 1980s, even as her political and women's rights activities increased and diversified. Her involvement included: Ohio Attorney General's Task Force on Sexism in Education, Cuyahoga County Democratic Executive Committee, Twenty-Second District Caucus chairperson, Democratic National Convention delegate, and Cleveland board member of Americans for Democratic Action. The collection includes personal files, consisting of resumes, calendars, correspondence, speeches and files re: fundraising and public relations; NOW files, consisting of local chapter files, Ohio NOW files, national NOW files, NOW ERA campai... Thu, 01 Jan 2015 12:00:00 GMT LTV Steel Company Records. LTV Steel Company The LTV Steel Company was formed in 1984 by the LTV Corporation through a merger of Jones & Laughlin Steel, Inc. (itself a merger of Jones & Laughlin Steel Corporation and Youngstown Sheet and Tube Company) and Republic Steel Corporation, with its headquarters in Cleveland, Ohio. The company declared bankruptcy and its assets were purchased by W.L. Ross and Company in 2002 and became known as the International Steel Group (ISG). The collection consists of administrative records, agendas, agreements, architectural drawings, award programs, biographies, budgets, contracts, correspondence, deeds, dockets, drafts, financial records, forms, handbooks, histories, indexes, job descriptions, journals, ledgers, legal records, lists, manuals, maps, memoranda, minutes, newsletters, newspaper and magazine clippings, notes, personnel records, photographs, plans, policies, presentations, press releases, publications, reports, speech texts, scrapbooks, surveys, tax records, and transcripts. Wed, 01 Jan 2014 12:00:00 GMT Recruiting, selecting, training women for automotive maintenance service: a manual for dealers and service men in the automotive maintenance industry. Studebaker Corporation Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Women in industry: a study in American economic history. Abbott, Edith, 1876-1957 Thu, 01 Jan 1970 12:00:00 GMT Women's Equity Action League Records. Women's Equity Action League The Women's Equity Action League (WEAL) (1968-ca. 1989) was a national organization founded in Cleveland, Ohio, committed to combating sex discrimination and advocating for economic equality for women through education and litigation. WEAL was an offshoot of the National Organization for Women and took a more conservative stance on issues such as abortion rights and the Equal Rights Amendment. The organization's membership remained small throughout its duration but benefitted from the prestige of the high-profile women in academia, business, and government who joined WEAL. Growing out of WEAL was the Women's Law Fund, a non-profit organization co-founded in 1972 by attorneys Jane M. Picker and Lizbeth A. Moody, both professors at Cleveland State University's Cleveland-Marshall College of Law. The Women's Law Fund evolved out of divisions within WEAL concerning the mission, structure, and funding of the organization. The collection consists of administrative records, articles of incorporation, by-laws, corre... Wed, 01 Jan 2014 12:00:00 GMT