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Johns Hopkins University Women's Forum records

 Collection
Identifier: RG-15-150
Overview The Women’s Forum officially began with the first meeting of the advisory board on October 10, 1987. The Women’s Forum describes itself in its mission statement as being, “an advocacy organization established to improve the status of women, and thereby the human climate, in all divisions of the university. The Forum also seeks to facilitate communications among Hopkins women and to support and foster their professional development through education, social, and cultural programs and...

Office of General Counsel records

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Identifier: RG-02-010
Overview In 1975 Johns Hopkins University decided to establish the Office of General Counsel due to increased litigation in American society, the Federal Government's regulation of various aspects of the University's academic and non-academic activities, and the new and, at times, complex business and other relationships the University was entering into with outside parties. Series 1 of the records of the Office of General Counsel include contracts, agreements, deeds, leases, wills, receipts and bills...

Robert B. Pond, Sr. papers

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Identifier: MS-0640
Overview Robert B. Pond, Sr. (1917-2007) helped found Johns Hopkins University's Department of Material Science, where he served as chair for eight years. The collection includes papers relating to Professor Pond's involvement with companies such as Marvalaud Inc. and Inland Steel Company, and materials from his various roles at Johns Hopkins University, including advising, administrative, and teaching materials. His papers span from 1946 to approximately 1987.

Sidney W. Mintz papers

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Identifier: MS-0581
Overview Sidney Wilfred Mintz (1922-2015) was an anthropologist best known for his studies of the Caribbean, creolization, and the anthropology of food. The collection spans the years 1950 to 2005, and consists of correspondence, lecture notes, course files, administrative records, talks, manuscript edits, and research files.