3. Bettina Borders Women's History Collection
Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
“Just a few scraps of nutrition” scrapbook
New Bedford Women's Movement Collection
Polish and American World War Veterans Auxiliary Association records
The collection consists of a record of the group’s activities 1938-2008 documented in five scrapbooks, a number of loose papers, and programs (folders 1-31). Individual items in scrapbooks and folders include photographs, event programs, invitations, tickets, correspondence and newspaper clippings. Collection also includes a commemorative copy of the auxiliary charter, dated 1954, a complete uniform, including blazer, skirt and vest, hat, embroidered patches, white gloves and ties.
Catholic Woman’s Club (New Bedford, Mass.) records
Polish Women’s Business and Professional Club (New Bedford, Mass.) records
Rubye Finger papers
the collection includes photographs, correspondence, brochures, newsletters and newspaper clippings. Her oral history, done in 2004 for the Council on Aging, is also a part of the Archives of the Center for Jewish Culture, and is located in MC 23, interview #233-234.
American Business Women’s Association, New Bedford Chapter records
Primarily the records kept by the chapter’s treasurer, the collection ranges from 1985 to 2008 and includes administrative and financial records of programs, chapter financial records (checks, statements, ledgers, reports), and a limited amount of program invitations, tickets, correspondence and newspaper clippings.
Mary Schwartz published articles
Claire T. Carney papers
This collection consists of awards, framed photographs and memorabilia.
Sylvia Finger papers
The collection includes photographs, correspondence, brochures, newsletters, newspaper clippings, and two scrapbooks.