Women -- General Photos
Women at MIT
A biology technical assistant at work in one of 22 controlled environment rooms in the Whitaker Building. Technology Review, February 1966, p. 24.
Baccalaurate services at MIT: Barbara Perles, Margareta Backer, Mary Clark, Judith Turner, Rosemary Durnan, Lucille Scott, and Anita Porell, June 10 1948 Boston Traveler
Bernice Burash, Katharine Graham, Steve Graham, and Margaret Coleman at the AMITA Centennial Convocation banquet, June 2 1973 [WOM6.605]
Betty Livingston, a student in the Department of Biology, measures the clotting time of blood (undated) [Wom.5.411]
Betty Livingston, a student in the Department of Biology, measures the clotting time of blood (undated) [WOM5.411]
Beverly Beane, Eleanor Collins, and ? Sponable, at Commencement, Symphony Hall. From Feb 25 1946 Boston Herald.
English conversation class; Betty Reintjes and her students; McCormick Hall, Country Kitchen, 1970 [Women8_019]
Group of students learning how a master carpenter carries out the architect's specifications in constructing the frame of a building, c. 1936
Margo Jones, Architecture, awarded a fellowship supporting her thesis work from the American Association of University Women, Tech Talk, September 24 1975
Maria L. Kivisild, 19, first woman to be elected Undergraduate Association president, 1968 [MLKivisld_1a]
Marilyn Leader, Phyllis Anthony, Elizabeth Clark, Anna Bailey, and Genevieve Lavedan, Commencement 1954, possibly published in June 11 1954 Boston Herald.
Mary F. Penney, Virginia H. Ferguson, and Hester Stickley at Commencement, Symphony Hall. From June 13, 1947 Boston Traveler.
Najwa Makhoul, Urban Studies and Planning, awarded a fellowship supporting her thesis work from the American Association of University Women, Tech Talk, September 24 1975
Needlepoint class, including Priscilla Gray, Peggy Litterback, and Nancy Hollomon, March 1975 [Women8_006a]
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