Harvard honors women: several of them placed on the boards of visitors; new and radical departure made by the overseers of the University; Mrs. Henry Draper's services will now receive recognition; Mrs. Fleming appointed curator of astronomical photographs, charged with their care, she is the first of her sex to have her name placed with the list of officers. Boston Herald, January 16, 1899. (HUF 165.87.37).
Newspaper article, chiefly concerning the Harvard College Observatory's employment and recognition of women and the Henry Draper Memorial.
"A Beginning Is Made: The New Card Catalogue of the Harvard College Library and the Female Labor Force, 1856-1877."
Article from the Harvard Library Bulletin. Volume 14, Number 3 (Fall 2003).
Available online via Houghton Library and DASH: Digital Access to Scholarship at Harvard.
"Send your daughter to Harvard", 1957 (HUK 137).
Article from the Harvard Alumni Bulletin, Vol. 59, No. 11, March 16, 1957, pages 475-479.
"False starts: Harvard Law School's efforts toward integrating women into the faculty, 1928-1981," by Mary Elizabeth Basile Chopas. (HUG 3873.3).
Article from: Harvard Journal of Law & Gender; v.28:1 (2005:Winter): pages 142-194.