Radcliffe "Women in Science" Exhibit, (1936). Records of the Radcliffe "Women in Science"
Exhibit, 1935-1940: A Finding Aid
Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America, Radcliffe
Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University
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Call No.: B-6
Repository: Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America, Radcliffe
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Creator: Radcliffe "Women in Science" Exhibit, (1936)
Title: Records of the Radcliffe "Women in Science" Exhibit, 1935-1940
Quantity: 7.51 linear feet (18 file boxes) plus 1 folio folder)
Language of materials: Materials in English.
Abstract: Correspondence, financial records, clippings, etc., of Radcliffe "Women in Science"
Exhibit, which was held July-September 1936, in connection with Harvard's Tercentenary.
Accession number: 52-54
The papers of the Women in Science Exhibit were deposited with the Schlesinger Library
in July 1952 by Anna Eveleth Holman.
Re-processed: February 1977
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Radcliffe "Women in Science" Exhibit Records, 1935-1940; item description, dates.
B-6, folder #. Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe Institute, Harvard University, Cambridge,
The Women In Science Exhibit was held July-September 26, 1936 in connection with Harvard's
Tercentenary. Anna E. Holman was the chairman of the organizing committee.
The papers are divided into two series: Series I is mainly correspondence about the
exhibit and lists of women scientists, with some newsclippings, financial records,
etc. Series II consists of publications which made up the exhibit: articles by women
doing research in astronomy, biology, geology, chemistry, physics and the medical
sciences. These are filed alphabetically, by the name of the author. In cases where
the publications were returned, the scientist is listed alphabetically but in parentheses.
- Box 1: 1-27
- Box 2: 28-38
- Box 3: 39-47
- Box 4: 48-54
- Box 5: 55-60
- Box 6: 61-68
- Box 7: 69-75
- Box 8: 76-83
- Box 9: 84-88
- Box 10: 89-96
- Box 11: 97-105
- Box 12: 106-115
- Box 13: 116-126
- Box 14: 127-135
- Box 15: 136-143
- Box 16: 144-152
- Box 17: 153-161
- Box 18: 162-175
- Series I. Lists and correspondence.
- 1. Correspondence, 1935-1936, 1939-1940, mostly to Anna E. Holman. Correspondents include
Ada L. Comstock, Bernice Brown Cronkhite, Elisabeth Deichmann, Louise R. Edsael, Marjorie
White, Anna W. Wolbach.
- 2. List and index cards: committee members.
- 3. Radcliffe women in science: lists.
- 4. Official lists of women in Astronomy, Biology, Botany, Medical Sciences, Physics,
- 5. Arrangements, plans of exhibit, correspondence, etc.
- 6. Publicity. Announcements, invitation, newsclippings.
- folio folder:. Register: Guest books, August 6 - September 21, 1936.
- 7. Photographs showing exhibit. Also scientists: Marie Curie, Caroline Herschel, Sonya
Kovalevsky, Maria Mitchell, Mary Somerville.
FILED WITH PHOTOGRAPHS.
- 8. History. Lists of women in "early" science.
- 9. Correspondence (post facto), 1936, to A. Holman, mainly re: return of reprints. Correspondents
include Ada Comstock, Florence Sabin.
- 10. Re Bryn Mawr scientists.
- 11. Lists of reprints; list of reprints returned.
- 12. Exhibits. Correspondence and lists. Includes typed letter, signed from Florence R.
- 13. Finances. Budget, receipts, etc., March-September 1936.
- 14. Honor Societies. Includes National Directory of Sigma Delta Epsilon, May 1933.
- 15. Science Societies. Correspondence, lists, memos, re scientists to include in exhibit,
- 16. Astronomy. Lists of astronomers. Correspondence, including letters by Ida Barney,
Margaret Harwood, Dorrit Hoffleit, Anna Wolbach, Anna Holman, et al.
- 16a. Photographs of Gabrielle C. Flammarion, L'observatoire Flammarion. Removed from folder
FILED WITH PHOTOGRAPHS.
- 17. Astronomy (historical). Ms. notes.
- 18. Biology. Lists and correspondence, May-June, 1936, mainly letters to Anna Holman from
Bertha E. Blakely, Mary Sears, Elisabeth Deichmann, Florence Peebles, Helen Dean King,
Mary E. Clapp, Margaret C. Ferguson, et al.
- 19. Biology (historical). Lists: early workers in biology, articles by Cornelia Maria
Clapp; ALS to Anna Holman from Lily Perry; Ms. notes on Biological Pioneers.
- 20. Botany. Lists of American and foreign botanists; reprints received; publications by
Margaret C. Ferguson. Correspondence, mainly to Anna Holman, from Lily M. Perry, Wanda
K. Farr, Laetitia Snow, et al.
- 21. Chemistry. "Women in Chemical Research and Development", by Florence C. Sargent. Ts.
list of Women in Chemistry. Correspondence, mainly letters to Anna Holman, from Florence
Sargent, Dorothy Hahn, et al.
- 22. Geology. Lists of women in Geology and their publications; correspondence (Margaret
Mace, Florence Bascom, et al.); newsclipping re: Malvina Hoffman exhibit.
- 23. Medicine (History). Lists: Medical Women in History, Status of Women Medical Students
in U.S. 1935, Early Women Physicians in America, Number of Women Physicians in U.S.
1850-1930, Number of Women Nurses in U.S. 1870-1930, Medical Education for Women in
U.S.; also some correspondence.
- 24. Medicine (Lists). Lists of medical women for exhibit, including letters to Anna Holman
listing medical women from Florence Sabin, Martha May Eliot, Anna Wolbach, et al.
- 25. Medicine (Correspondence). Mainly letters to Anna Holman, from Martha May Eliot, Maude
Abbott, Ethel Dunham, Irene Sandiford, Alice Hamilton, et al.
- 26. Physics. Lists of women in physics and engineering; correspondence, mainly to Anna
Holman from Louise S. McDowell, Mildred Allen, Margaret E. Maltby, et al.
- 27. Physics (History). Ms. notes and newsclippings on Women in Physics.
- Series II. Publications.
- 28. Abbott, Maude E. - pathologist, McGill University, assistant professor medical research;
(Adams, A. Elizabeth - zoologist, Mt. Holyoke, professor); (Adams, Mildred - biochemist,
- 29. Alexandrova, O. G. - biologist, USSR; (Allen, Leah Brown - astronomer, Hood College
(Williams Observatory director), professor)
- 30. Allen, Mildred - physicist.
- 31. Anderson, Evelyn M. - physiologist, University of California (University Hospital).
- 32. Andrews, Mary R. - physicist, General Electric.
- 33. Anslow, Gladys A. - physicist, Smith College, associate professor, Chairman of Department;
(Arber, Agnes - biologist, Newnham College (Cambridge, England), fellow)
- 34. Armstrong, Alice H. - physicist, Wellesley, assistant professor.
- 35. Baetjer, Anna M. - physiologist, Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health, associate;
(Barncy, Ida - astronomer, Yale Observatory)
- 36. Barton, Vola Price - physicist, Goucher College, professor; (Beckwith, Cora - zoologist,
Vassar College, professor); Behre, Ellinor H. - zoologist, Louisiana State University.
- 37. Behre, Ellinor H. - zoologist, Louisiana State University; Bell, Julia - medical researcher,
- 38. Benham, Rhoda Williams - mycology, College of Physicians and Surgeons (New York);
(Bennat, Maude - astronomer, Adler Planetarium (Chicago), assistant director)
- 39. Bensley, Sylvia Holton - anatomy, University of Chicago; (Biegel, R.A. - astronomer,
Holland); (Blackburn, K. B. - biologist, Armstrong College, Newcastle-on-Tyne, England)
- 40. Blagg, Mary Adele - astronomer, (Staffordshire) England.
- 41. Blodgett, Katherine - physicist.
- 42. Blunt, Katharine - biochemist, Connecticut College for Women; (Bok, Mrs. Bart Ian
- astronomer, Fairfield, professor)
- 43. Bonnevie, Kristine - biologist, University of Oslo, Norway; (Bonng, Alice M. - zoologist,
Yenching University, Peiping, China, professor); (Boverie, Mrs. - embryologist, Connecticut
College); (Boyce, Emily M. Hughes - astronomer, Harvard College Observatory); (Boyd,
Constance D. - astronomer, Harvard College Observatory)
- 44. Branham, Sarah E. - bacteriologist, United States Public Health Service, senior bacteriologist;
(Braun, E. Lucy - botanist, University of Cincinnati, assistant professor)
- 45. Brenchley, Winifred E. - botanist, Rothamsted Experimental Station, Harpenden, Hartfordshire,
England, Head of Botanical Department
- 46. Briscoe, Grace Maud - neurologist
- 47. Britton, Elizabeth - botanist; (Brooks, Mafilda Moldenhauer - physiologist, botanist);
(Browne, Isabel - biologist); (Bruce, Lady - bacteriologist)
- 48. Bryan, Mary K. - pathologist, United States Department of Agriculture, associate pathologist;
Buell, Mary V. - biochemist, Johns Hopkins University, Hopkins Hospital Medical department
- 49. Buisman, Christine J. - biologist; (Burt, C. Pauline - chemist, Smith College, Associate
professor); Burwell, Cora G. - astronomer, Mt. Wilson Observatory.
- 50. Busch, Elisabeth A. - biologist, Krim-Kaukasus Herbarium, Botanical Museum, Leningrad,
USSR; Caldwell, Mary L. - biochemist, Columbia University, assistant professor; (Calvert,
Mary R. - astronomer, Yerkes Observatory, Williams Bay, Wisconsin)
- 51. Camus, Aimee - biologist; Cannon, Annie Jump - astronomer, Harvard College Observatory,
curator; (Carey, M. Katherine - biochemist, University of Richmond, assistant professor
chemistry); (Carmichael, Hattie May - chemist)
- 52. Carothers, E. Eleanor - zoologist; Carr, Emma P. - chemist, Mt. Holyoke, professor;
Carter, Edna - physicist, Vassar professor; (Carter, Nellie - biologist); (Cash, E.
K. - mycologist, Bureau of Plant Industry, Washington)
- 53. Cayley, Dorothy M. - biologist, John Junio Horticultural Institution; Chamberlin,
Katherine M. - physicist, Detroit City College, associate professor physics.
- 54. Chase, Agnes - botanist, United States Department of Agriculture
- 55. Chattaway, Margaret - biologist
- 56. Chick, Harriette - biochemist, Lister Institute, London.
- 57. Clarke, Edith - physicist, General Electric Co.
- 58. Clark, Janet Howell - physiologist (also listed under Howell, Janet T.); (Collett,
Mary E. - physiologist, Western Reserve University, associate professor of biology);
(Cooper, Sybil - physicist)
- 59. Cori, Gerty T. - biochemist; (Cramer, Frl. I. - astronomer)
- 60. Creighton, Harriet B. - biologist; Crosby, Elisabeth C. - anatomist, University of
Michigan, associate professor anatomy.
- 61. Crowfoot, Dorothy - chemist, Department of chemistry, crystallography, University
of Cambridge, England; (Curie, Mme. - physics)
- 62. Curie, Joliot, Mme. Irene - physics; (Dann, Flementine Pierce - chemist)
- 63. Dantchakoff, Vera - anatomist, Histological and Embryological Institute, Kaunas, Lithuania,
- 64. Davies, Ann Catherine - physicist; (Dewey, Jane M.C. - physicist, Bryn Mawr, associate
professor, physics); (Dewitt, Lydia - anatomist)
- 65. Dick, Gladys H. - bacteriologist, McCormick Institute fellow; Dodd, Katherine - pediatrician,
Vanderbilt Hospital, Nashville, Tennessee, University Hosp. associate professor; (Dodson,
Helen W. - astronomer, Whitin Observatory, Wellesley)
- 66. Douglas, A. Vibert - astronomer, McGill University, Montreal.
- 67. Dunham, Ethel C. - medical researcher, Children's Bureau, Washington; (Eastwood, Alice
- botanist, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, curator, department botany, Calif. Academy
of Sciences); Eckerson, Sophia H. - botanist; (Eisenman, Anna - biochemist, Yale Medical
- 68. Eliot, Martha M. - med. researcher, United States Department of Labor, Children's
- 69. Elliot, Charlotte - plant pathologist, United States Department of Agriculture bureau
of plant industry, associate pathologist; (Erdmann, Roda - no information)
- 70. Erlanson, Eileen W. - botanist
- 71. Farnsworth, Alice H. - astronomer, Mt. Holyoke, associate professor
- 72. Farr, Wanda K. - cytologist, Boyce Thompson Inst. for Plant Research, Yonkers, New
York; (Fell, Honor - biologist, Strangeways Memorial Lab, Cambridge, England); (Field,
Madeleine - physiologist, Harvard University School of Public Health)
- 73. Finnegan, Susan - biologist, British Museum; (Flammarion, G. Camille - astronomer,
l'Observatoire de Juvisy, Seine et Oise, director); (Forbes, Janet Lane-Clapon - pathologist);
(Franklin, Christine Ladd - pharmacist)
- 74. Garzuly, Janice R. - chemist
- 75. Gerry, Eloise - botany, forestry, United States Forest Products Lab, Madison, Wisconsin,
Senior microscopist, lecturer.
- 76. Gilkey, Helen M. - botanist, Oregon Agriculture College. associate professor, curator
of herbarium; Glancy, A. Estelle - astronomer, Am. Optical Co., Southbridge, Massachusetts;
Goeppert-Mayer, Maria G. - physicist, Johns Hopkins.
- 77. Gordon, Isabella - biologist, British Museum, curator of Reptiles in London zoo.
- 78. Graham, Helen Tredway - chemist, Washington University (St. Louis), associate professor
- 79. Green, Arda - biochemist, Boston Children's Hospital; (Greene, Eunice Chase - zoologist)
- 80. Greisheimer, E.M. - physiologist, Women's Medical College, associate professor
- 81. Gussow, Margarete - astronomer, Universitäts-Sternwart, Berlin-Babelsberg, Neubabelsberg,
Germany; (Guthrie, Mary J. - zoologist, University of Missouri, associate professor);
(Gwynne-Vaughan, Helen C.J. - biologist, Birbeck College, London)
- 82. Hahn, Dorothy A. - chemist, Mr. Holyoke, professor
- 83. Hamilton, Alice - industrial toxicologist, Harvard University School of Public Health.
- 83. Hansen, J.M.V. - astronomer
- 84. Harman, Mary Theresa - zoologist, Kansas State College, professor of zoology.
- 85. Harvey, Ethel Brown - biologist
- 86. Harwood, Margaret - astronomer, Maria Mitchell Observatory, Nantucket, Massachusetts,
- 87. Hase, V. astronomer, Astronomical Institute, Leningrad, USSR; (Hayford, Phyllis -
see Hutchings, Phyllis Hayford); Healea, Monica - physicist, Vassar.
- 88. Hellebrandt, Frances A. - physiologist, Madison, Wisconsin, assistant professor physiology;
(Hibbard, Hope - Oberlin College, Ohio)
- 89. Hicks-Bruun, Mildred M. - chemist, Sun Oil Co.; (Hill, Margaret - anatomist, National
Institute for Medical Research, London)
- 90. Hiller, Alma Elizabeth - biochemist, Rockefeller Institute Hospital, New York, New
- 91. Hines, Marion - anatomist, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Associate
- 92. Hinricho, Marie Agnes - physiologist, Southern Illinois State University; Hoffleit,
E. Dorrit - astronomer, Harvard College Observatory.
- 93. Hogg, Helen Sawyer - astronomer, David Dunlap Observatory, University of Toronto;
Hoopes, Edith C. - biologist
- 94. Howell, Janet T. - see Clark, Janet Howell
- 95. Howland, Ruth B. - biologist, New York University, associate professor; (Hurdon, Elizabeth
- medical researcher, Marie Curie Hospital, London)
- 96. Hutchings, Phyllis - astronomer, Rollins College, Florida, professor; (Hyman, Libbie
H. - zoologist); (Irwin, Marian - physiologist, botanist)
- 97. Iwanowsko, Wilhemina - astronomer, University Observatory, Wilno, Poland.
- 98. Jenkins, Anna E. - plant pathologist, Bureau of Plant Industry, United States Department
of Agriculture, associate pathologist; (Jenkins, Louise F. - astronomer, Yale Observatory);
(Jones, Rebecca - astronomer, Harvard College Observatory)
- 99. Joyner, Mary Cross - astronomer, Mt. Wilson Observatory, Pasadena, California
- 100. Kennard, Margaret A. - physiologist, Yale School of Medicine.
- 101. Kennedy, Cornelia - biochemist, University of Minnesota, associate professor
- 102. King, Helen Dean - zoologist, Wistar Inst., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, professor
- 103. King, Jessie Luella - physiologist, Goucher College, professor; (Kisselef, Eustolia
A. - astronomer, University Ovservatory, Tomsk, Siberia, USSR); (Klumke, DeJerine
- 104. Kluyver, Helena - astronomer, Sterrewacht, Leiden, Holland; Knaggs, I.E. - chemist,
- 105. Krogh, Marie - physiologist, København, Denmark; (Kuttner, Anne Gaylor - pediatrician,
bacteriologist, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Maryland, intern pediatrician)
- 106. Laird, Elizabeth R. - physicist, Mt. Holyoke, professor; Lancefield, Rebecca C. -
bacteriologist, Rockefeller Institute, associate; (Lapique, Marcelle - physiologist,
University of Paris)
- 107. Lebour, Marie - biologist, The Laboratory, Plymouth, England.
- 108. Lefevre, Catherine Gunn - chemist, University College, University of London.
- 109. Lehmann-Bolanovskaja, Inna - astronomer, Hauptsternwarte, Poulkowa, USSR; (Leslie,
Eleanor - medical researcher); (Levy, Sophia H. - astronomer, University of California
at Berkeley, professor of math); (Lewis, Florence P. - astronomer, Goucher College,
Maryland, professor of mathematics and astronomy).
- 110. Lewis, Isabel Martin - astronomer, United States Naval Observatory; (Lister, Gulielma
- biologist, London)
- 111. Lewis, Margaret Reed - physiologist, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine,
Carnegie Institute, research associate
- 112. Lincoln, Edith Maas - medical research
- 113. Lloyd, Dorothy Jordan - biochemist, London.
- 114. Lonsdale, Kathleen - chemist, Royal Institution, London.
- 115. Losh, Hazel Marie - astronomer, University of Michigan; (Lowater, Frances - astronomer,
- 116. Luce-Clausen, Ethel M. - medical researcher, biologist, University of Rochester, New
- 117. Lunch, Clara J. - anatomist, Rockefeller Institute.
- 118. MacDougall, Mary Stuart - zoologist, Agnes Scott College, Georgia, professor and department
head; (MacFerran, Mabel - physicist, Cal. Edison Co.)
- 119. Mackay, Helen M. - biologist, Lister Institute, London.
- 120. MacLean, Ida Smedley - chemist, Lister Institute, London; (MacLeod, Annie - chemist,
Syracuse University New Yrok.)
- 121. MacLeod, Grace - bio-chemist, Teachers College, Columbia University, New York, assistant
professor; McClintock, Barbara - cytologist, Cornell University, Ithaca, New Yrok,
- 122. McCrea, Adelia - botanist, Parke, Davis, & Co., Detroit, Michigan; McCulloch, Lucia
- biologist, United States Department of Agriculture Bureau of Plant Industry, associate
pathologist; McDowell, Louise S. - physicist, Wellesley; (McGill, Caroline - anatomist,
practicing physician); (McLaughlin, Laura Hill - astronomer); (Mack, Pauline Beery
- chemist, Pennsylvania State)
- 123. Macy, Icie G. - biochemist, Children's Fund of Michigan, director of research lab
and children's hospital; (Makemson, Maude W. - astronomer, Vassar College Observatory,
assistant professor); (Maltby, Margaret E. - physical chemist, former associate professor
at Columbia University); (Manton, S.M. - biologist); (Marshall, Shina - biologist,
Millport Biological Station, St. Andrews, Scotland)
- 124. Matthews, Janet W. - chemist, Imperial College, University of London; (Maulbetsch,
Georgette - astronomer, Harvard College Observatory)
- 125. Maunder, Annie S.D. - astronomer, London; (Maury, Antonia - astrophysicist, Harvard
- 126. Mayer, Maria Goeppert - physicist; (Meitner, Lise - physicist, Kaiser Wilhelm Inst.)
- 127. Mellanby, May - medical researcher, London.
- 128. Mendeleeff, P. - biologist, University of Brussels; Merritt, Katharine K. - med. researcher,
Babies Hosp., New York; Messenger, Helen A. - physicist, Hunter College, New York;
Minst, Anne S. - physiologist, chemist, Vanderbilt University Hosp., research pediatrician;
(Mitchell, Helen S. - chemist, Massachusetts Agricultural College); (Mohr, Jenka -
astronomer, Harvard College Observatory); (Möller, Lotte - biologist, Institut für
Meereskunde, University of Berlin, physical oceanography)
- 129. Moore, Charlotte E. - astronomer, astrophysicist, Princeton Observatory, Princeton
University, research assistant spectroscopy; (Moore, Frederica - astronomer, Lick
Observatory, Mt. Hamilton.)
- 130. Morgan, Anne Haven - zoologist, Mt. Holyoke, Prof. zoology; Morgan, L.V. - biologist,
California Institute of Technology; (Moschkov, Vera - astronomer, Astronomical Inst.,
Leningrad); Mounce, Irene - botanist, Central Experimental Farm, Ottawa, Ontario,
Canada, Franklin College, Assistant professor
- 131. Muller, Gulli Lindh - medical researcher, Thorndike Memorial Lab, Boston City Hospital.
- 132. Neal, Josephine - bacteriologist; (Needham, Dorothy Moyle - biochemist, Biochemical
Lab, Cambridge, Eng.); Novakova, Bohumila - astronomer, Czechoslavakia); (Olmstead,
Margaret - astronomer, Massachusetts); (Onslow, Muriel - chemist, University Cambridge)
- 133. Palmer, Frida Elizabet - astronomer, Lunds Astronomiska Observatorium, Lund, Sweden,
- 134. Parsons, Helen T. - biochemist, University of Wisconsin, associate professor home
economics and in charge of Parnell research in nutrition.
- 135. Payne-Gaposchkin, Cecilia H. - astronomer, Harvard College, professor
- 136. Pearce, Louise - pathologist, Rockefeller Institute, associate member.
- 137. Peebles, Florence - biologist, California Christian College, professor biology; (Pelluet,
Dixie - cytologist, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia); (Pennington, Mary
E. - chemist, United States Department Agriculture, bureau chemistry, bacterial chemist);
(Pettit, Hannah Steele - astronomer, Mt. Wilson Observatory); (Pillans, Helen Mead
- astronomer, Michigan); (Platt, Julia B. - anatomist, California); (Ponsi, K. - biologist,
University of Geneva); (Phillips, Melba - physicist, Bryn Mawr); (Pockels, Agnes -
physicist, Germany); (Railli, Elaine P. - medical researcher, University and Bellevue
Hospital Medical College, resident physician, assistant professor med., assistant
visiting physician, Bellevue); (Rathbun, Mary Jane - carcinologist, United States
National Museum, honorary associate zoologist); Reimer, Marie - chemist, Barnard College,
professor chemistry; Renfrew, Alice G. - chemist, Mellon Institute, Pittsburgh, research
fellow; (Rhode, Alice - pharmacologist); (Richmond, Myrtle L. - astronomer, Mt. Wilson
- 138. Robb, Jane Sands - physiologist and pharmacologist, Syracuse University, associate
- 139. Robscheit-Robbins, Frieda S. - physiologist, University of Rochester, School of Med.;
(Roberts, Dorothea Klumpke - astronomer, La Maison de Rosa Bonheur, by Thomery, Seine
- 140. Roe, Edna M.F. - chemist, The Cancer Hospital, London; (Ronzoni, Ethel - biochemist,
Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis); Rose, Mary Swartz - biochemist,
Teachers College, Columbia University New York, New York, professor
- 141. Rosenthal, Jenny - physicist, Department of Chem., Columbia University, New York;
(Rossovsky, V. - astronomer, Astronomical Institute, Leningrad, Fontaka 34, USSR);
(Rostrup, Sophie - biologist, Lyngbz, Denmark)
- 142. Sabin, Florence R. - anatomist and pathologist, Rockefeller Institute New York; (Samoilova-Jakhontova
- astronomer, University Observatory, Leningrad, USSR)
- 143. Sampson, Myra M. - physiologist, Smith College professor; Saunders, Edith R. - botanist,
- 144. Schmolzer, Annemarie - physicist and chemist; (Schrader, Sally Hughes - Sarah Lawrence
- 145. Seegal, Beatrice C. - bacteriologist, Columbia University, assistant professor
- 146. Seibert, Florence B. - biochemist, University Pennennsylvania, Henry Phipps School,
assistant professor; (Seydel, Frances D. - astronomer, Goodsell Obs., Carleton College,
Northfield Minnesota, instructor astronomy and math); (Shapely, Martha Betz - astronomer,
Harvard College Observatory); Sherrill, Mary L. - chemist, Mt. Holyoke College, professor
- 147. Simpson, Miriam E. - anatomist, University of California, Berkeley, associate professor
- 148. Slocum, Lois T. - astronomer, Smith College, instructor Astronomy; (Slye, Maud - pathologist,
associate professor, University of Chicago); (Smith, Annie Lorrain - biologist, British
Museum of Natural History); (Smith, F. Grace - botanist, Smith College, professor);
(Smith, Margaret G. - Washington University, St. Louis); Snow, Laetitia M. - botanist,
Wellesley College, professor
- 149. Sørenson, Margrethe - biochemist, Laboratoire Carlsberg, Copenhagen, Denmark.
- 149a. Sørenson, Margrethe
- 150. Spiegel-Adolf, Mona - biochemist, Temple University School of Medicine, Philadelphia.
- 151. Sponer, Hertha - physicist, Zweites Physikalisches Institut, Göttingen, Germany, Duke
University, Durham, North Carolina; Starke, Dorothea Werner - astronomer, Universitäts-Sternwarte,
Jena, Germany; (Staude, Nina - astronomer, University Observatory, Leningrad, USSR);
(Stephens, Jessica Young - astronomer, Washington University, St. Louis, assistant
professor); (Stephenson, M. - biologist, Newnham College, Cambridge, England); (Stern,
Lina Solomonova - neurologist, Moskovskij Gosudarstrennyj Medicinskij Institute Moscow,
USSR); (Stevens, Nettie - anatomist); (Stopes, Marie - paleobotanist, Heatherbank,
Hindhead, Surrey, England)
- 152. Sumwalt, Margaret - pharmacologist, University of Michigan
- 153. Sutton, Lucy Porter - medical researcher, New York; (Swope, Henrietta Hill - astronomer,
Harvard College Observatory)
- 154. Tammes, Tine - biologist, University of Groningen, Oranjesungel 20, Gronigen, Holland;
(Terentiew, L. - astronomer, University Observatory, Leningrad, USSR)
- 155. Tilden, Josephine E. - botanist, University of Minnesota
- 156. Tomlinson, M.L. - chemist, Dyson-Perrins Lab, Oxford University; (Torrey, Gilbert
- chemist, Harshaw Chemical Co., Cleveland, Ohio); Tower, Sarah S. - neurologist,
Johns Hopkins, assistant anat.
- 157. Trewavas, Ethelwynn - biologist, British Museum.
- 157a. Trewavas, Ethelwynn
- 158. Trotter, Mildred - anatomist, Washington University, St. Louis, associate professor
- 159. Tunnicliff, Ruth - bacteriology, Chicago, research worker.
- 160. Turner, Abby H. - physiologist, Mount Holyoke College, professor
- 161. Ulbrich, Maria - Germany
- 162. Van Wagenen, Gertrude - physiologist, New Haven Hospital, Conn.
- 163. Vinter-Hansen, Julie Marie - astronomer, University Observatory, Copenhagen, Denmark.
- 164. Vogt, Cecile - anatomist, Kaiser Wilhelm Institut, Berlin.
- 165. Wagstaff, Annie I. - chemist, University of Birmingham, England; (Wakefield, E.M.
- biologist, Herbarium, Royal Botanic Gardens, England)
- 166. Walker, Arville D. - astronomer, Harvard College Observatory
- 167. Walker, Leva B. - mycologist, University of Nebraska.
- 168. Wang, Chi Che - biochemist, Pediatrics Research Foundation, Cincinnati, Ohio; (Ware,
Louise - astronomer, Mt. Wilson Observatory); Weeks, Dorothy Walcott - physicist,
Wilson College, Pennyslvania, professor
- 169. Westerdijk, Johanna - Director, Phytopathological Institute, Baarn, Netherlands; (Westgate,
Christine - astronomer, Yerkes Observatory, Williams Bay, Wisconsin); Wheeler, Ruth
- biochemist, Vassar College; (White, Priscilla - medical researcher, New England
- 170. Whiting, Anna R. - biologist (genetics), University of Pennsylvania Zoological Laboratory.
- 171. Wick, Frances G. - physicist, Vassar College; (Williams, Anna W. - bacteriologist,
- 172. Williams, Emma - astronomer, Leander McCormick Observatory, Charlottesville, Virginia;
(Williams, Marjorie - astronomer, Smith College Observatory, professor)
- 173. Wills, Doris M. Wood - astronomer, Flower Observatory, Upper Darby, Pennsylvania.
- 174. Wilson, May G. - med. researcher, New York Hospital; Wollstein, Martha - pathologist,
Grand Rapids, Michigan.
- 175. Woodruff, Sybil - chemist, Department of Home Economics, University of Illinois; (Woodward,
Alvalyn E. - University of Michigan); (Wooster, Nora - chemist, University of Cambridge);
(Wright, Frances W. - astronomer, Harvard College Observatory); (Young, Anne S. -
astronomer, John Payson Williston Observatory, Mt. Holyoke College, professor of astronomy
and director of observatory)
Women in medicine
Women in medicine--Statistics
Women in science--United States
Abbott, Maude E. (Maude Elizabeth), 1869-1940
Comstock, Ada Louise, 1876-1973
Cronkhite, Bernice Brown, 1893-1983
Deichmann, Elisabeth, 1896-1975
Dunham, Ethel Collins, 1883-1969
Eliot, Martha M. (Martha May), 1891-1978
Hamilton, Alice, 1869-1970
Holman, Anna Eveleth, 1892-1969
Radcliffe College--Alumni and alumnae
Sabin, Florence Rena, 1871-1953
Wolbach, Anna F. Wellington, 1882?-1969