MARC Bibliographic Record

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072 _7 $aWO$2NHPRC
090    $bMss 809
100 1_ $aBuss, Fran Leeper,$d1942-
245 10 $aWork and family :$blow income and minority women talk about their lives.
300    $a3.0$fc.f. (8 archives boxes)
336    $aunspecified$bzzz$2rdacontent
337    $aunspecified$bz$2rdamedia
338    $aunspecified$bzu$2rdacarrier
520    $aTranscripts of oral history interviews conducted by Fran Leeper Buss with low-income and minority women of all ages and from various geographic areas. The interviews focus on the experiences of being poor and female. Especially strong on issues of employment and family life, they include information on sexual harassment, welfare programs, domestic violence, alcohol and drug abuse, and issues of race and class. The production and indexing of the transcripts was a collaborative project of the Southwest Institute for Research and Women at the University of Arizona and the Schlesinger Library on the History of American Women at Radcliffe College, with funding from the Ford Foundation. The interviews are indexed by ethnic/racial group, geographic area, and subject.
535 1_ $3Original tape recordings, transcripts, field notes, photographs, and other supplemental materials are held by the$aSchlesinger Library on the History of American Women, Radcliffe College,$bCambridge, Mass.
541    $eM92-036$aSouthwest Institute for Research on Women via Pat Seavey$bTucson, AZ
583    $aAccessioned-new$c03/06/1992$n3.0$oc.f.
583    $aProcessed-new$c03/17/1992$kSereda, Donna$n3.0$oc.f.
555 0_ $aRegister. Master index in Box 1.
561    $aPresented by the Southwest Institute for Research on Women via Pat Seavey, 1992.
650 _0 $aAdoption$zUnited States.
650 _0 $aAsian American women.
650 _0 $aChild abuse$zUnited States.
650 _0 $aChild labor$zUnited States.
650 _0 $aChild rearing$zUnited States.
650 _0 $aChildbirth$zUnited States.
650 _0 $aDeath.
650 _0 $aDivorce$zUnited States.
650 _0 $aDomestic relations$zUnited States.
650 _0 $aFamily violence$zUnited States.
650 _0 $aHispanic American women.
650 _0 $aHome economics$zUnited States.
650 _0 $aImmigrants$zUnited States.
650 _0 $aIndians of North America.
650 _0 $aMarriage$zUnited States.
650 _0 $aMidwives$zUnited States.
650 _0 $aMinority women$zUnited States.
650 _0 $aMotherhood$zUnited States.
650 _0 $aPoor women$zUnited States.
650 _0 $aPregnancy$zUnited States.
650 _0 $aRace discrimination$zUnited States.
650 _0 $aRace relations.
650 _0 $aSubstance abuse$zUnited States.
650 _0 $aWelfare recipients$zUnited States.
650 _0 $aWomen and religion$zUnited States.
650 _0 $aWomen$xEconomic conditions.
650 _0 $aWomen$xEducation$zUnited States.
650 _0 $aWomen$xEmployment$zUnited States.
650 _0 $aWomen$xFamily relationships.
650 _0 $aWomen$xHealth and hygiene$zUnited States.
650 _0 $aWomen labor union members$zUnited States.
650 _0 $aWomen's health services$zUnited States.
655 _7 $aManuscript collection.$2local
655 _7 $aOral history.$2aat
740 0_ $aOral histories of low income and minority women.
856 42 $uhttp://digital.library.wisc.edu/1711.dl/wiarchives.uw-whs-mss00809$zFinding aid available online.
997    $aMARCIVE

MMS IDs

Document ID: 9911125126402121
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Network Physical IDs: 9911125126402121
mms_mad_ids: 9999843402122