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Content Abstract: Margaret Joseph was the Assistant Director for Public Services at the University of Texas at San Antonio Library from 1973 until her retirement in 2001. She was one of the first librarians hired in the UTSA Library. The papers span the years 1987 through 1996 and comprise documentation of Margaret Joseph's involvement with UTSA Women's History Week and Women's Walk for Athletics. Materials include correspondence and memoranda, meeting minutes and agendas, programs, flyers and brochures, bibliographies of women's history subjects, captions for exhibit materials, issues of the Roadrunner newsletter, and handwritten notes.
University of Texas at San Antonio. Center for the Study of Women and Gender
UA 13.01 - Inventory of the University of Texas at San Antonio: Center for the Study of Women and Gender Records, 1993-2001
Content Abstract: The Center for the Study of Women and Gender was an educational and research component of the University of Texas at San Antonio from 1993-2001. The Center was responsible for planning and executing Women's History Week, holding conferences on women's history topics, developing degree programs in women and gender studies, and administering grants. The Center's faculty was also integral in the establishment of the Archives for Research on Women and Gender. The collection spans the years 1993 through 2001 and includes the administrative, operating, and planning files of the Center for the Study of Women and Gender at the University of Texas at San Antonio. Administrative files include annual reports and strategic plans; operating files document the day-to-day operations of the Center through correspondence, publications, fiscal records, newsletters, and other materials; and planning files pertain to Women's History Week, various conferences hosted by the Center, and other projects and include correspondence, brochures, posters, photographs, audiocassettes, videocassettes, and other materials.