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Educators need educating
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written by Nelya Ramazanova, fl. 1985; in Forum 85, Wednesday, July 24, 1985 (Nairobi, Nairobi Area District, 1985)
written by Nelya Ramazanova, fl. 1985; in Forum 85, Wednesday, July 24, 1985 (Nairobi, Nairobi Area District, 1985)
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written by Inter-American Commission of Women; in Special Committee for Studies and Recommendations of the Inter-American Commission of Women for the World Conference of International Women's Year (District of Columbia: Organization of American States. General Secretariat, 1975), 148-152
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A DIRECTORY OF SELECTED AFRICAN TEACHER ORGANIZATIONS
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written by African Bibliographic Center; in Contemporary African Women: An Introductory Bibliographical Overview and a Guide to Women's Organizations, 1960-1967 (New York, NY: African Bibliographic Center, 1968, originally published 1968, first release 1968), 51-55
written by African Bibliographic Center; in Contemporary African Women: An Introductory Bibliographical Overview and a Guide to Women's Organizations, 1960-1967 (New York, NY: African Bibliographic Center, 1968, originally published 1968, first release 1968), 51-55
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PART TWO: CAREERS FOR WOMEN GRADUATES
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written by Germaine Cyfer-Diderich, fl. 1966; edited by Marianne Welter, fl. 1966; in The Position of the Woman Graduate Today: A Survey 1956-1965 (London, England: International Federation of University Women, 1966, originally published 1966, first release 1966), 20-31
written by Germaine Cyfer-Diderich, fl. 1966; edited by Marianne Welter, fl. 1966; in The Position of the Woman Graduate Today: A Survey 1956-1965 (London, England: International Federation of University Women, 1966, originally published 1966, first release 1966), 20-31
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written by Inter-American Commission of Women; in Final Act: Twelfth Assembly of the Inter-American Commission of Women, June 1-18, 1957 (District of Columbia: Pan American Union, 1961), 22-23
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V: WHAT PROGRAMS MIGHT BE SET UP THROUGH WHICH AFRICAN WOMEN AND AMERICAN WOMEN COULD SHARE EXPERIENCES IN GROWING COMMUNITY LIFE?
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written by Women's Africa Committee; edited by Elizabeth Hunting Wheeler, 1932-; in The Role of Women In Africa (New York, NY: Africa-America Institute, 1959, originally published 1959, first release 1959), 18-
written by Women's Africa Committee; edited by Elizabeth Hunting Wheeler, 1932-; in The Role of Women In Africa (New York, NY: Africa-America Institute, 1959, originally published 1959, first release 1959), 18-
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Study of the Role of Women: Their Activities and Organizations in Lebanon, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan and Syria, October 1954 - August 1955
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written by Ruth Frances Woodsmall, 1883-1963 and Charlotte Johnson, fl. 1956, International Federation of Business and Professional Women (New York, NY: International Federation of Business and Professional Women, 1956), 100 page(s)
written by Ruth Frances Woodsmall, 1883-1963 and Charlotte Johnson, fl. 1956, International Federation of Business and Professional Women (New York, NY: International Federation of Business and Professional Women, 1956), 100 page(s)
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ANNUAL REPORT, 1954-55
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written by Delhi School of Social Work, in Elmina Rose Lucke Papers, 1897-1987, of Sophia Smith Collection. Women's History Archive (Box 2, Folder 32, 27pp.) (Northampton, MA); in Annual Report, 1954-1955 (Delhi, Delhi State: Kingsway Press, 1955), 4-27
written by Delhi School of Social Work, in Elmina Rose Lucke Papers, 1897-1987, of Sophia Smith Collection. Women's History Archive (Box 2, Folder 32, 27pp.) (Northampton, MA); in Annual Report, 1954-1955 (Delhi, Delhi State: Kingsway Press, 1955), 4-27
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Professional Opportunities
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written by Lucile N. Furman, 1896-1961; in Status of Women in the United States, 1953 (United States. Women's Bureau, 1953), 16-19
written by Lucile N. Furman, 1896-1961; in Status of Women in the United States, 1953 (United States. Women's Bureau, 1953), 16-19
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written by International Council of Women, in International Council of Women Records, of Sophia Smith Collection. Women's History Archive (Box 2 folder 10, 164pp.) (Northampton, MA) (International Council of Women, 1951), 164 page(s)
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