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This is a finding aid. It is a description of archival material held at the Drexel University. Unless otherwise noted, the materials described below are physically available in our reading room, and not digitally available through the web.

Summary Information

Repository:
Drexel University: College of Medicine Legacy Center
Creator:
Haseltine, Florence, 1942-
Title:
Florence Haseltine papers
Date [bulk]:
1962-2004
Date [inclusive]:
approximately 1802-2016
Call Number:
212
Extent:
41.11 Linear feet
Language:
English
Abstract:
Dr. Florence Haseltine, MD, PhD is a biophysicist, licensed obstetrician-gynecologist and reproductive endocrinologist, writer, inventor, and advocate for women's health. The Florence Haseltine papers chronicle the career and personal life of Dr. Florence Haseltine and the Haseltine family. The records in this collection date from approximately 1802 to 2016, although the bulk of the records are from 1962 to 2014. This collection includes papers from Florence’s family, her work as a college student, her career as a research scientist, her various professional and organization activities, as well as her business and entrepreneurial efforts. The types of documents in this collection include correspondence, diaries, research papers, notebooks, clippings, financial records, photographs, audio-visual material, digital media, and other print material.
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Florence Haseltine papers. Drexel University College of Medicine, Legacy Center: Archives and Special Collections.
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Biography/History

Dr. Florence Haseltine, biophysicist, reproductive endocrinologist, journal editor, novelist, inventor, and advocate for women's health, built a rich and diverse career in medicine. Dr. Haseltine was born in 1942 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and grew up near the Naval Weapons Station in China Lake, California. She is the eldest child of William and Jean E. Haseltine, and her father was a physicist for the military. Each of her three siblings have become distinguished in various scientific fields.

Dr. Haseltine first attended college at the University of California at Berkeley, where she studied physics, then biophysics. She earned her Ph.D. in 1970 at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and then later earned her M.D. degree in 1972 at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Following her internship at the University of Pennsylvania at Philadelphia and her residency at Boston Hospital for Women (now Brigham and Women’s Hospital), Dr. Haseltine wrote a book about her personal and professional experiences. The result was Woman Doctor, a 1976 novel that reveals the level of gender bias against women in the medical profession during the 1960s and 1970s. In 1976, Dr. Haseltine accepted a position as an assistant professor, later associate professor, in the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Pediatrics at Yale University.

While a professor at the Yale University School of Medicine, Dr. Haseltine pursued clinical research on in vitro fertilization as well as behavioral research with couples receiving this treatment. From 1985 to 2012, Dr. Haseltine served as the Director of the Center for Population Research at the National Institutes of Child Health and Human Development at the National Institutes of Health. The Center funds reproductive science on many levels, including basic research, contraception, behavioral research, family planning, as well as population migration. In 2012 Dr. Haseltine was named Emerita Scientist.

The health of women and their advancement professionally are central issues for Dr. Haseltine. In 1990, she founded the Society for the Advancement of Women’s Health Research and was the society’s first president. In 1995, Dr. Haseltine founded Haseltine Systems, Inc., a company that designs products for people with disabilities. Dr. Haseltine holds two patents for the Haseltine Flyer™, a portable protective container for wheelchairs to be used on airplanes.

Dr. Haseltine continues to work as a women’s health advocate and entrepreneur, consulting in the areas of medical and biomedical research for database developers, scientific software, webpage designers, as well as manufacturers of medical devices. She has co-edited and reviewed numerous publications and books on a range of topics including reproductive biology, women's health, and proceedings of NIH sponsored conferences. She was the founding editor of the Journal of Women's Health and has made many scientific, public, and media presentations across the country and internationally. Dr. Haseltine’s work has received a variety of accolades and awards.

Scope and Contents

The Florence Haseltine papers are a comprehensive collection that chronicles a broad history of Dr. Haseltine's personal and professional life. The research value of this collection is wide-ranging due to Dr. Haseltine's diverse professional interests. Major collection strengths include research data and patient records related to her work in the fields of women's health and reproductive endocrinology. In addition, the collection reflects the professional issues related to women physicians in last half of the twentieth century through correspondence, clippings, and publications. The Florence Haseltine papers are separated into ten series that contain the following information:

Series I: Teaching and Research Papers - This series includes papers from Dr. Haseltine’s career as a scientist, teacher, women’s health advocate, and practicing physician. Records correspond to Dr. Haseltine’s tenure in the Yale University Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology, and Pediatrics and as the Director of the Center for Population Research at the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development at the National Institutes of Health. Dr. Haseltine’s major areas of teaching and research include in vitro fertilization and mechanisms of sex differentiation. The types of documents in this series include grant materials, research papers, charts, graphs, minutes, patient records, financial documents, photographs, and a small amount of correspondence.

Subseries Ia: Research topics and writings - This subseries includes research papers and writings related to Dr. Haseltine’s various topics of research and academic interests, primarily during her tenure at Yale University. The main research topics in this subseries include mechanisms of sex differentiation, women in medicine, and in vitro fertilization. In addition, this subseries includes unpublished work by Dr. Haseltine, as well as a small amount of her fictional writings.

Subseries Ib: Yale University administrative files - This subseries includes papers related to Dr. Haseltine’s administrative and teaching responsibilities as a professor at Yale University. This includes departmental records and memos, patient records, student files, lawsuits, committee activity, and course information.

Subseries Ic: Center for Population Research administrative files - This subseries includes administrative records related to Dr. Haseltine’s career as Director of the Center for Population Research at the National Institutes of Health [NIH]. An important topic within this series includes Dr. Haseltine's efforts, and the efforts of the NIH, to include women in clinical trials. The types of records include memos, goverment documents, processing forms, project files, financial information, and trip reports.

Subseries Id: Grant activity - This subseries includes papers related to Dr. Haseltine’s grant activity. This includes grant proposals, a small amount of correspondence related to each grant, finalized grants, grant reports, and rejection letters from granting agencies. Major granting agencies Dr. Haseltine worked with include the American Cancer society, the National Science Foundation, and the United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare.

Subseries Ie: Photographs - This subseries includes photographs, slides, and other visual or graphic material related to Dr. Haseltine’s research.

Series II: Professional affiliations - This series includes records of Dr. Haseltine’s participation in professional committees, conferences, and organization activities throughout her career. This includes a variety of nonprofit organizations, academic institutions, as well as corporations and professional societies. The types of records include minutes, photographs, badges, correspondence, financial information, programs, and a limited amount of research information. Dr. Haseltine’s professional activities span a wide geographic area, located throughout the United States and abroad, however most of her affiliates are centered along the United States east coast. Largely represented in this series are records related to Dr. Haseltine’s affiliation with the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology, the Medical College of Pennsylvania, the Society for Gynecological Investigation, and the Society for the Advancement of Women’s Health Research. In addition, this series includes records from an organization called the Washington Cosmos Group, LLP. Dr. Haseltine helped found this group dedicated to providing professional networking opportunities for women in the Washington, D.C. metro area.

Series III: Publications, presentations, and publicity - This series includes writings published and edited by Dr. Haseltine as well as publications and clippings about the life and work of Dr. Haseltine. In addition, this series includes publications and clippings collected by Dr. Haseltine related to her research interests, various appearances by Dr. Haseltine on major television networks, recorded speaking engagements, NIH women’s health promotional materials, and other media appearances. The bulk of this series includes copies of the Journal of Women’s Health, that was founded and edited by Dr. Haseltine. This series also includes manuscript copies and promotional material related to Dr. Haseltine’s novel  Woman Doctor.

Subseries IIIa: Abstracts and articles - This subseries contains published abstracts and articles by Dr. Haseltine. Included in this subseries are several copies of Dr. Haseltine’s article for the Journal of Bacteriology, Fractionation of transformable bacteria from competent cultures of Bacillus subtilis on renografin gradients, published while she was at Massachusetts Institute of Technology [MIT] in March 1968. In addition, this subseries contains other publications by Dr. Haseltine, during her time at MIT and Yale University, that focus on topics related to cellular biology, reproductive issues, and women’s health issues.

Subseries IIIb: Books - This subseries includes books published by and collected by Dr. Haseltine. Most of the books in this subseries cover topics related to women’s health, obstetrical and gynecological practices, and cellular biology. A small amount of the books are fictional works collected by Dr. Haseltine.

Subseries IIIc: Clippings - This subseries is composed of materials about the life and work of Dr. Haseltine. This includes magazine articles, newspaper clippings, newsletters, and other print material. Major topics in this subseries include women’s health research, reproductive issues, Dr. Haseltine’s appointment at the National Institute of Health, women in the workplace, and women in science.

Subseries IIId: Journals - This subseries consists of the Journal of Women’s Health, later known as the  Journal of Women’s Health and Gender-based Research. Dr. Haseltine helped found this journal and served as the editor from 1992 until 2002.

Subseries IIIe: Reference files - This subseries includes published materials collected by Dr. Haseltine that relate to her professional interests but are not specifically about her work. The types of records include magazine articles, research papers, newsletters, newspaper clippings, and other print material. The major topics collected by Dr. Haseltine include women’s health research, the state of health care in the United States, and reproductive medicine.

Subseries IIIf: Woman Doctor files - This subseries includes records related to the novel  Woman Doctor that Dr. Haseltine wrote in 1976 as a resident in obstetrics and gynecology at the Boston Hospital for Women.  Woman Doctor is a novel that reveals the level of gender bias against women in the medical profession during the 1960s and 1970s. Most of this subseries consists of manuscript copies of  Woman Doctor and a small amount of this subseries is composed of book reviews, publishing correspondence, and publicity for this novel.

Subseries IIIg: Video recordings - This subseries includes video recordings related to the public appearances or educational material promoted by Dr. Haseltine. Media appearances by Dr. Haseltine include local channels as well as national network channels such as Lifetime Television and NBSC Nightly News. This subseries consists mainly of VHS tapes.

Series IV: Correspondence - This series includes the personal and professional correspondence related to the life and work of Dr. Haseltine. Major topics include Dr. Haseltine’s research and writings, information regarding events attended, and speaking engagements. Correspondence from the late nineteen-eighties and throughout the nineteen-nineties reference Dr. Haseltine's efforts to include women in clinical trials. A small amount of correspondence is related to Dr. Haseltine’s personal job searches, consulting she has done regarding the appointment of others to professional positions, and letters from former patients. A large amount of Dr. Haseltine’s personal correspondence include letters to her husband, Alan Chodos, and her parents, William and Jean Haseltine.

Series V: Personal and family papers - This series includes the personal and family papers of Dr. Haseltine. The types of records in this series include financial records, diaries, family genealogy materials, oral history transcripts, medical records, and driving records. Also included are records related to family and special events such as graduations, family reunions, and family vacations. The Haseltine family Bible in this series dates from approximately 1802. In addition, this series contains correspondence to and from Dr. Haseltine’s parents, William and Jean Haseltine. A small amount of records and correspondence is related to the life and work of Alan Chodos, Dr. Haseltine’s second husband. The majority of the newspaper articles and clippings within this series relate the academic achievements of Dr. Haseltine and her brother, William. A small amount of audiovisual material is included in this series such as a vinyl record, family video recordings on 8mm film, and tapes related to William Haseltine's oral history interview.

Series VI: Education and medical credentials - This series includes materials documenting the work of Dr. Haseltine as a student, from her early childhood to her work as a medical resident. In addition, this series includes records related to Dr. Haseltine’s medical credentials such as licenses, certifications, transcripts, diplomas, resumes, and curriculum vitae. A large amount of material in this series is from Dr. Haseltine’s time at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, including research notebooks from her doctoral thesis.

Series VII: Business ventures - This series includes records related to Dr. Haseltine’s career as a business woman, inventor, and disabilities advocate. The majority of the records in this series include papers from Dr. Haseltine’s company, Haseltine Systems, Inc. Haseltine Systems, Inc. was founded in 1995 as a disability technology company. One of the first products designed was The Haseltine Flyer™, a protective case designed to ensure that wheelchairs and scooters arrive at their destinations safely. Records in this series include found and incorporation documents, financial records, correspondence, product designs, and product research.

Series VIII: Awards and recognition - This series includes various awards, invitations, and letters of recognition Dr. Haseltine has received throughout her career. Many awards pertain to Dr. Haseltine’s work as a women’s health researcher and advocate. The types of awards in this series include paper based certificates as well as three-dimensional objects. Contextual information regarding a number of Dr. Haseltine's awards can be found in correspondence, clippings, and other series within this collection.

Series IX: Photographs - This series is predominately composed of the personal photographs related to Dr. Haseltine and the Haseltine family. This includes color and black and white photographs of various sizes and negatives. The subject matter of the photographs include professional headshots of Dr. Haseltine, wedding photographs, family gatherings, coworkers, and family travel. A large part of this series includes photographs from Dr. Haseltine’s participation in special events such as galas and dinner parties.

Series X: Digital media - This series contains electronic records created and collected by Dr. Haseltine. Personal and family digital records consist mainly of photographs and medical records. The larger portion of this series is composed of records related to Dr. Haseltine's career, consisting mainly of her computer backups. Other types of records in this series include emails, business records, event recordings, research notes, photographs, presentations or other speaking engagements, and databases. The types of formats in this series include 3.5" floppy discs, CDs, DVDs, and two palm pilots. Records in this series may be found in print format in other series throughout this collection.

Arrangement note

The Florence Haseltine papers are arranged in ten series, two of which have been further arranged into subseries. The content of each series has been arranged in a variety of ways, including chronologically and alphabetically by subject or corporate name. The series and subseries arrangement of the records is as follows:

Series I: Teaching and research papers, 1972-2011

Subseries Ia: Research topics and writings, 1976-2011, undated Arranged alphabetically by topic

Subseries Ib: Yale administrative files, 1972-1986 Arranged alphabetically by topic

Subseries Ic: Center for Population Research administrative files, 1980-2004 Arranged alphabetically by topic

Subseries Id: Grant activity, 1976-1989 Arranged alphabetically by topic

Subseries Ie: Photographs, 1977-1995 Arranged alphabetically by topic

Series II: Professional affiliations, 1973-2016, undated Arranged alphabetically by corporate name

Series III: Publications, presentations, and publicity, 1958-2014, undated

Subseries IIIa: Abstracts and articles, 1968-1985 Arranged chronologically

Subseries IIIc: Clippings, 1977-2014 Arranged chronologically

Subseries IIId: Journals, 1992-2002 Arranged chronologically

Subseries IIIe: Reference files, 1958-2004, undated Arranged chronologically

Subseries IIIg: Video recordings, 1991-2003, undated Arranged chronologically

Series IV: Correspondence, 1961-2016, undated Arranged alphabetically and chronologically>

Series V: Personal and family papers, approximately 1802, 1938-2013 Arranged by topic

Series VI: Education and medical credentials, 1948-2010, undated Arranged chronologically

Series VII: Business ventures, 1993-2011, undated Arranged chronologically

Series VIII: Awards and recognition, 1978-2014, undated Arranged chronologically

Series IX: Photographs, 1942-2015, undated Arranged chronologically and by topic

Series X: Digital media, approximately 1994-2011

Administrative Information

Publication Information

Drexel University: College of Medicine Legacy Center

Finding Aid Author

Finding aid prepared by Sarah Oswald, May 2018.

Immediate Source of Acquisition note

This collection was donated over a period of time from Dr. Florence Haseltine, MD, PhD.

Processing Information note

The processing of this collection was made possible by Dr. Florence Haseltine, M.D., Ph. D., Haseltine Systems, Inc., and the Conway-Welch Family Foundation.

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Related Materials

Related materials

Related materials located at the Legacy Center include:

Interview with Florence Haseltine, Ph.D., M.D., Oral Histories on Women in Medicine, http://hdl.handle.net/1860/lca:7681.

Related materials located at an outside repository include:

Oral Histories Documenting Yale University Women (RU 1051). Manuscripts and Archives, Yale University Library, http://hdl.handle.net/10079/fa/mssa.ru.1051.

Foundation for the History of Women in Medicine, “Oral History Interview with Florence Haseltine, Phd, MD,” Center for the History of Medicine: OnView, http://collections.countway.harvard.edu/onview/items/show/17983.

NMAH.AC.0473, Science Action Coordinating Committee Papers, 1968-1969, Archives Center, National Museum of American History, http://sova.si.edu/record/NMAH.AC.0473.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)
  • Center for Population Research. (National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (U.S.))
  • Haseltine Systems.
  • Society for the Advancement of Women's Health Research.
  • Yale University.
Personal Name(s)
  • Chodos, Alan, 1943-
  • Haseltine, William R., 1911-2005
Subject(s)
  • Developmental genetics
  • Fertility
  • Gynecology
  • Obstetrics
  • Reproduction
  • Reproduction--Endocrine aspects
  • Women physicians
  • Women's Health

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Conditions Governing Reproduction and Use

Copyright restrictions may apply. Please contact the Legacy Center for permission to quote, copy or publish.

Technical Access note

Special equipment may be required to view or access material, particularly audiovisual materials in Series III: Publications, presentations, and publicity, Series IV: Correspondence, and Series V: Personal and family papers. In addition, special equipment may be required to view or access electronic records in Series X: Digital media. See archivist for more details.

Physical Access note

A small amount of photographs in Subseries Ie: Photographs, Box 24, Folder 4 are water damaged.

General note

A microcassette related to correspondence in Box 52, Folder 2 dated June 14, 1982, is available in Box 72, Folder 1.

Collection Inventory

Teaching and research papers, 1972-2011.

Box
1-25, 75 (Oversize), 76 (Oversize)

Research topics and writings, 1976-2011, undated.

Box
1-9, 75 (Oversize), 76 (Oversize)
Box Folder

Abstracts - proposed, 1977-1997.

1 1

Adolescent health survey, 1993-1994.

1 2

Adolescent health survey, 1993-1994.

1 3

Analysis of lipid metabolism in semen, undated.

1 4

Assays for sperm antibodies, undated.

1 5

Book publishing, 1980.

1 6

Changes in sexual and contraceptive behavior among young women in the era of AIDS, 1992.

1 7

Contraceptive research at the National Institutes of Health, 1997.

1 8

Contraceptives, approximately 1980.

1 9

CPK assay, undated.

1 10
Chromosome abnormalities, 1978-1980.
Access restrictions

Restricted under HIPAA. See archivist.

1 11
Chromosomal studies, 1982.
Access restrictions

Restricted under HIPAA. See archivist.

1 12

Dilemmas for dual career families, undated.

1 13

Electrophoresis, 1982.

1 14

Emergenetics, 2003.

1 15

Excess androgen production, 1982.

1 16-17

Genetics, undated.

1 18

Genetics of masculizing substances, undated.

1 19

Glucosaminoglycans, undated.

1 20

Glucosaminoglycans - charts and graphs, undated.

76 (Oversize) 1

Gynecology, 1976.

1 21

Hormones - research notes, undated.

2 1
H-Y antigen, 1978-1984.
Access restrictions

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2 2

H-Y antigen and patients with a Y chromosome, undated.

2 3
H-Y antigen assay, 1979.
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2 4

H-Y antigen expression, undated.

2 5

H-Y antigen expression - presentation material, undated.

75 (Oversize) 2

H-Y antigen - graphs, transparencies, and presentation material, undated.

2 6

H-Y antigen - graphs, transparencies, and presentation material, undated.

75 (Oversize) 3

H-Y antigen in Xi(Xq) gonadal dysgenesis, 1980.

2 7

H-Y antigen negative patients with testicular tissue, and 46, XY karyotype, 1980.

75 (Oversize) 4

H-Y anitgen positive patient with premature gonadal failure and a (X;10) balanced translocation, 1980.

2 8

Hysterectomies, undated.

2 9

Identity theft, approximately 1997.

2 10

I/H-Y antibody dilution, undated.

75 (Oversize) 5

In vitro fertilization, 1983-1984.

2 11

In vitro fertilization, 1985.

3 1

In vitro fertilization - graphs, undated.

3 2-4

Karyotyping - gonadal dysgenesis, undated.

3 5-6

Marfan's Syndrome, undated.

3 7

Measurements of high energy phospates with NMR to follow metabolic parameter, undated.

3 8

Mechanisms of gonadal dysgenesis, 1980.

4 1-3
Mechanisms of sex differentiation, 1978-1979.
Access restrictions

Restricted under HIPAA. See archivist.

4 4

Mechanisms of sex differentiation, 1978-1980.

4 5

Mechanisms of sex differentiation, 1980.

4 6

Menopak, 1990.

4 7

Menopause, approximately 1985.

4 8
Mensus, undated.
Access restrictions

Restricted under HIPAA. See archivist.

4 9

Mobile embryo application, 2011.

75 (Oversize) 6

Mosaic mouse, approximately 1978.

5

Muscular dystrophy, 1977, undated.

6 1-3

National Institute of Child Health and Human Development - Academic departments research, 1980-1984.

75 (Oversize) 7

Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR), 1985.

6 4

Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) - presentation material, approximately 1984.

6 5

Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) - presentation material, approximately 1985.

76 (Oversize) 1

Oocyte production in a patient with Turner Syndrome who has serologically detectabel H-Y antigen, 1983.

6 6

Period Piece - fiction, 1984.

6 8-10

Perspectives in Biology and Medicine - poem, 1977.

6 7

Pregnancy in patients with cystic fibrosis and idiopathic thrombocytopenic pupura, 1978-1979.

6 11
Presence of H-Y antigen in patients with turner syndrome and isochromosome of the long arm of X, 1980.
Access restrictions

Folders 3 and 4 restricted under HIPAA. See archivist.

7 1-5

Presentation materials, approximately 1980.

76 (Oversize) 2

Principles and practice of clinical gynecology, 1979.

7 6

Principles and practice of clinical gynecology, 1979-1983.

8 1

Principles and practice of clinical gynecology, approximately 1980.

75 (Oversize) 8
Puberty, undated.
Access restrictions

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8 2

Sex and gender in medical research, 2003.

8 3

Sex differentiation in mammals, undated.

8 4
Ultrasound examination of pubertal girls and of patients with gonadal dysgenesis, undated.
Access restrictions

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8 5
Ultrasound examination of pubertal girls and of patients with gonadal dysgenesis, undated.
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75 (Oversize) 9

Video display terminal (VDT) radiation, 1983.

8 6

Waterbath - fiction, undated.

8 7

Women in medicine, 1977-1978.

8 8

Women in medicine, 1978-1979.

9 1

Women in medicine, 1979-1981.

9 2

Women in medicine, undated.

9 3

Women's health research, 1989-1990.

9 4

Women's health research, 1990.

9 5

Yale administrative files, 1972-1986.

Box
9-20
Box Folder

Academic review materials, 1977-1986.

9 6

Budgets and departmental reports, 1978-1983.

10 1

Committees - committee on the education of women, 1980-1981.

10 2

Committees - committee on the status of women, 1977-1982.

10 3

Committees - credentials committee, 1979-1981.

10 4

Committees - curriculum committee, 1977-1978.

10 5

Committees - day care committee, 1979.

10 6

Committees - day care committee, 1979-1981.

10 7

Controlled substance certifications, 1980-1984.

10 8

Course information, 1972-1983.

10 9

Course information - hospital rounds, 1978-1982.

11 1

Course information - pathophysiology, 1980-1981.

11 2
Course information - women in medicine, 1977.
Access restrictions

Folder 4 has privacy restrictions and is restricted under FERPA. See archivist.

11 3-4

Expenses, 1977-1985.

11 5

Funding and financial information, approximately 1984.

11 6

Genetics symposium, 1984.

11 7

Identification cards, 1976-1979.

11 8

Laboratories, 1981-1984.

11 9

Lawsuits, 1982.

12 1

Lawsuits, 1984.

12 2

Lawsuits, 1984.

12 3

Lawsuits, 1984-1985.

12 4

Lawsuits, 1985.

12 5

Medical School Council, 1977 October 20 - 1979 March 15.

12 6

Medical School Council, 1979 January 15 - 1979 December 6.

12 7

Medical School Council, 1980 January 17 - 1984 May 3.

13 1

Memos, 1976 March 9 - 1981 November 25.

13 2

Memos, 1982 March 12 - 1986 January 31.

13 3

Office for Women in Medicine, 1978-1986.

13 4
Patient records, 1977-1984.
Access restrictions

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13 5
Patient records - appointment logs, 1980-1982.
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13 6
Patient records - appointment logs, 1983-1984.
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13 7
Patient records - appointment logs, 1985.
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14 1
Patient records - CHCP Hospital, 1976-1984.
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14 2
Patient records - daily patient records, 1977-1981.
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14 3
Patient records - daily patient records, 1982 January - 1982 May.
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14 4
Patient records - daily patient records, 1982 June - 1982 September.
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14 5
Patient records - daily patient records, 1982 October - 1985 January.
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14 6
Patient records - monthly billing reports, 1976-1981.
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15 1
Patient records - monthly billing reports, 1981-1982.
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15 2
Patient records - monthly billing reports, 1983-1985.
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15 3
Patient records - operative reports, 1973-1974.
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15 4
Patient records - operative reports, A-L, 1975.
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15 5
Patient records - operative reports, M-W, 1975.
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16 1
Patient records - operative reports, 1976.
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16 2
Patient records - operative reports, A-D, 1977-1978.
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16 3
Patient records - operative reports, E-L, 1977-1978.
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16 4
Patient records - operative reports, M-S, 1977-1978.
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16 5
Patient records - operative reports, T-Z, 1977-1978.
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16 6

Pediatrics department, 1977-1980.

16 7
Student files - John Gordon, 1980.
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16 8
Student files - letters of recommendation, 1977-1983.
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17 1
Student files - Susan Baserga, 1978-1980.
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17 2
"While You Were Out" message forms, 1979 February - 1979 July.
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17 3
"While You Were Out" message forms, 1980 March - 1980 September.
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17 4
"While You Were Out" message forms, 1980 September - 1981 January.
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17 5
"While You Were Out" message forms, 1981 February - 1981 May.
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17 6
"While You Were Out" message forms, 1981 July - 1981 October.
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18 1
"While You Were Out" message forms, 1981 October - 1982 February.
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18 2
"While You Were Out" message forms, 1982 April - 1982 May.
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18 3
"While You Were Out" message forms, 1982 May - 1982 September.
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18 4
"While You Were Out" message forms, 1982 July - 1982 December.
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18 5
"While You Were Out" message forms, 1982 August - 1982 November.
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19 1
"While You Were Out" message forms, 1982 November - 1983 March.
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19 2
"While You Were Out" message forms, 1983 March - 1983 July.
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19 3
"While You Were Out" message forms, 1983 June - 1983 December.
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19 4
"While You Were Out" message forms, 1983 December - 1984 July.
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19 5
"While You Were Out" message forms, approximately 1983-1984.
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19 6
"While You Were Out" message forms, 1984 December - 1985 March.
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20 1

Yale medical library, 1985.

20 2

Yale Women's Forum, 1977-1978.

20 3

Center for Population Research administrative files, 1980-2004.

Box
20-21
Box Folder

Congressional statements and reports, 1988-1991.

20 4

Consulting forms, 1985-1993.

20 5
Financial Information, 1985-1996.
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20 6

Insurance Information, 1985.

20 7

Memos, 1980-2004.

20 8

National Institute of Health job application materials, 1985.

20 9

National Institute of Health news and newsletters, 1990-1992.

21 1

Trip reports, 1988-1990.

21 2

Grant activity, 1976-1989.

Box
21-23
Box Folder

American Cancer Society - H-Y antigen, 1977-1981.

21 3

American Cancer Society - H-Y antigen, 1980.

21 4

American Cancer Society - H-Y antigen, 1981.

21 5-6

Easter Seal Research Foundation, 1977.

21 7

March of Dimes - Mechanisms of sex differentiation, 1976-1981.

21 8

Mechanisms of premenstrual symptoms, 1981-1982.

22 1

Mosaic mice, approximately 1977.

22 2

The Lalor Foundation - Mechanisms of sex differentiation, 1976-1978.

22 3

National Institute of Child Health and Human Development - Academic obstetrics and gynecology departments, 1989.

22 4
National Science Foundation - Abnormalities of sex differentiation, 1978.
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22 5-6
National Science Foundation - Murine X-linked cell surface antigens, 1979.
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22 7

Swebilius Cancer Research Fund - H-Y antigen, 1979-1980.

22 8
United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare - Infertility, 1980.
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22 9
United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare - Mechanisms of sex differentiation, 1981.
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22 10
United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare - Mechanisms of sex differentiation, 1981.
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23 1-2
United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare - Mechanisms of sex differentiation, 1982.
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23 3
United States Department of Health and Human Services - Follicular fluid protein profiles, 1983.
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23 4

Photographs, 1977-1995, undated.

Box
23-25
Box Folder

Cells, approximately 1978.

23 5

Eggs, 1982.

23 6

Genetics, phenotypes, and egg pictures, undated.

23 7

Gonads, 1985.

23 8

H-Y antigen, undated.

23 9

I/H-Y antibody and misc slides, approximately 1982.

23 10

In vitro fertilization, approximately 1983.

23 11

In vitro fertilization, genetics (karyotype), eggs, I/H-Y antigen, 1979.

24 1

In vitro fertilization, genetics (karyotype), eggs, I/H-Y antigen, 1979-1980.

24 2

Mosaic Mice, approximately 1977.

24 3

Operating room, approximately 1978.

24 4

Phenotype, egg pictures, x-rays, ultrasounds, in vitro fertilization delivery, I/H-Y antibodies, undated.

24 5-6

Research negatives, approximately 1980.

24 7

Surgery and laboratory pictures, 1984.

24 8

Women's health slides, 1993-1995.

24 9

Women's health slides, 1993-1995.

25 1

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Professional affiliations, 1973-2016, undated.

Box
25-34, 75 (Oversize), 76 (Oversize)
Box Folder

American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1990-2014.

25 2

American Association of University Professors, 1979.

25 3

American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 1976-1985.

25 4
American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology - case lists, 1978-1982.
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25 5

American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, 1974-1990.

25 6

The American Fertility Society, 1979-1984.

25 7

The American Fertility Society, 1985-1989.

26 1

The American Fertility Society, undated.

26 2

American Medical Student Association, 1976-1979.

26 3

American Medical Women's Association, 1977.

26 4

American Medical Women's Association - workshop materials, 1977-1996.

26 5

American Medical Women's Association - newsletters, 1977-1981.

26 6

American Society of Human Genetics, 1980-1983.

26 7

American Society of Human Genetics, 1984-1985.

27 1

American Student Association, 1976.

27 2

Association of American Medical Colleges, 1978-1980.

27 3

Association of American Medical Colleges, 1980-1984.

27 4

Association for Women in Science, 1989-2005.

27 5

Berkshire Conference on the History of Women, 1984.

27 6

Brigham and Women's Hospital, 1974-1985.

27 7

Center for Science in the Public Interest, 1974-1980.

27 8

Chapel Haven school, 1977-1979.

27 9

Conferences, events, and symposia, 1977-2000.

27 10

Conferences, events, and symposia, 2005-2011.

28 1

Conferences, events, and symposia, 2012-2015.

28 2

Conferences, events, and symposia - name badges, 2012-2016.

28 3

Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering, 1982-1984.

28 4

Contemporary OB/GYN, 1982-1983.

28 5

The Endocrine Society, 1990.

28 6

European Medical Research Council, 1983-1985.

28 7

Feminist Women's Health Center, 1974.

28 8

Gordon Research Conference, 1977-2010.

28 9

Harvard Medical School, 1973-1978.

29 1

Harvard-Radcliffe Club, 1977.

29 2

Healthcare Investment Corporation, 1996-1997.

29 3

International Embryo Transfer Society, 1982-1985.

29 4

International Federation of Fertility Societies, 1983.

29 5

International Conference on Human In Vitro Fertilization, 1984.

29 6

In Vitro Fertilization Workshop, 1982.

29 7
Ischemia Research and Education Foundation, 1999.
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29 8

Ischemia Research and Education Foundation, 1999.

30 1

Kane-King Obstetrical Society, 1979-1986.

30 2

The Lab School of Washington, 1994-2007.

30 3

Medical College of Pennsylvania, 1976-1987.

30 4

Medical College of Pennsylvania - workshop materials, 1984.

30 5-6

National Academy of Sciences - Institute of Medicine, 1988-2011.

30 7

National Women's Political Caucus, 1977.

30 8

New England Endocrinology Conference, 1980-1984.

31 1

New England Journal of Medicine, 1981-1983.

31 2

New England Medical School Women Administrators, 1977-1978.

31 3

New England Medical School Women Administrators, 1979-1981.

31 4

New Haven Obstetrical Society, 1978-1985.

31 5

Newington Children's Hospital, 1979-1980.

31 6

Newton-Wellesley Hospital, 1983-1984.

31 7

Planned Parenthood, 1982-1985.

31 8

The Population Council, 1984-1985.

31 9

The Population Council, 1984-1986.

75 (Oversize) 10

The Population Council - medication samples, approximately 1990.

32 1

Regional Conference on Women in Medicine, 1979.

32 2

Society for Gynecological Investigation, 1977-1982.

32 3

Society for Gynecological Investigation, 1983.

32 4

Society for Gynecological Investigation, 1984-1986.

32 5

The Society for Pediatric Research, 1980.

32 6

Society for the Study of Reproduction, 1985.

32 7

Society for Women's Health Research, 1990.

32 8

Society for Women's Health Research, 1992-2013.

32 9
Society for Women's Health Research, 2009.
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33 1
Society for Women's Health Research, 2010.
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33 2

Society for Women's Health Research - reports and newsletters, 1991-1998.

33 3

Soroptismist Women's Health Conference, 1993.

33 4

State Medical Society of Wisconsin, 1986-1995.

33 5

Tri-State Reproductive Endocrine Society, 1981-1983.

33 6

University of Wisconsin, 1985.

33 7

W. Alton Jones Cell Science Center, 1980.

33 8

Washington Cosmos Group, LLP, 2009.

69 2

Weizmann Institute of Science, 1984-2011.

34 1

Women and Their Bodies Conference, 1982.

34 2

Women's Health Services, Inc., 1977-1985.

34 3

Women's Leadership and Authority in Health Professions Conference, 1977.

34 4

World Congress on In Vitro Fertilization and Egg Transfer, 1984.

34 5-6

World Congress on In Vitro Fertilization and Egg Transfer, 1984.

76 (Oversize) 3

World Congress on In Vitro Fertilization and Egg Transfer, 1985-1987.

34 7

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Publications, presentations, and publicity, 1958-2014, undated.

Box
34-50

Abstracts and articles, 1968-1985.

Box
34
Folder
8
Box Folder

Abstracts and articles, 1968-1981.

34 8

Abstracts and articles, 1983-1985.

34 9

Books, 1962-2014.

Box
35-37
Box

Albertson, B. D. & Haseltine, F. P. (1988). Non-radiometric assays: technology and application in polypeptide and steroid hormone detection: proceedings of a meeting held in Bethesda, Maryland, October 15-16, 1987. New York: A. Liss., 1988.

35

Babcock, E. (2008).  Magnificent mavericks: transition of the Naval Ordnance Test Station from rocket station to research, development, test, and evaluation center, 1948-58. China Lake, CA: China Lake Museum Foundation, 2008.

35

Becker, J. B., Berkley, K. J., Geary, N., Hampson, E., Herman, J. P., & Young, E. A. (Eds.). (2008). Sex differences in the brain: from genes to behavior. Oxford: Oxford University Press., 2008.

35

Burton, A. C. (1965). Physiology and biophysics of the circulation: An introductory text. Chicago, IL: Year Books Medical Publishers, Inc., 1965.

35

Comroe, J. H. (1965). Physiology of respiration: An introductory text. Chicago, IL: Year Book Medical Publishers, Inc., 1965.

35

Cooper, G. M. (2000). The cell: A molecular approach. Washington, DC: ASM Press., 2000.

35

Cooper, G. M., & Hausman, R. E. (2004). The cell: A molecular approach (3rd ed.). Washington, DC: ASM Press., 2004.

35

Cooper, G. M., & Hausman, R. E. (2007). The cell: A molecular approach (4th ed.). Washington, DC: ASM Press., 2007.

35

First, N. L., & Haseltine, F. P. (1991). Transgenic animals: Symposium on transgenic technology in medicine and agriculture. Boston, MA: Butterworth-Heinemann., 1991.

35

Fort, D. C. (Ed.). (1993). A hand up: Women mentoring women in science. Washington, D.C.: Association for Women in Science., 1993.

35

Gerber, P. J., & Raskind, M. H. (2014). Leaders, visionaries, and dreamers: Extraordinary people with dyslexia and other learning disabilities. New York: Novinka., 2014.

35

Gray, M. J., Haseltine, F. P., Love, S., Mayzel, K., Simopoulos, A. P., & Jacobson, B. (1991). The woman's guide to good health. Yonkers, NY: Consumer Reports Books., 1991.

36

Hafner, K. (2014). Mother daughter me: A memoir. New York, NY: Random House., 2014.

36

Hammond, C. B., Haseltine, F. P., & Schiff, I. (1989). Menopause: Evaluation, treatment, and health concerns. New York: Alan R. Liss., 1989.

36

Haseltine, F. P., McClure, M. E., & Goldberg, E. H. (Eds.). (1987). Genetic markers of sex differentiation. New York, NY: Plenum Press., 1987.

36

Haseltine, F. P., & Findlay, J. K. (Eds.). (1991). Growth factors in fertility regulation proceedings of the Symposium on Potential of Molecular Biology in Fertility Regulation: Growth Regulatory Factors, jointly sponsored by the World Health Organization and the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development and held at the National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland, on September 22-24, 1988. Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press [2 copies], 1991.

36

Haseltine, F. P. (1970). Heterogeneity in competent cultures of Bacillus Subtilis (Doctoral dissertation). Massachusetts Institute of Techology, Boston: MA., 1970.

36

Haseltine, F. P., & Heyner, S. (Eds.). (1993). Meiosis II: Contemporary approaches to the study of meiosis. Washington, DC: American Assoc. for the Advancement of Science. [2 copies], 1993.

36

Haseltine, F. P., & First, N. L. (1988). Meiotic inhibition: Molecular control of meiosis. New York, NY: Alan R. Liss., 1988.

36

Haseltine, F., Paulsen, C. A., & Wang, C. (Eds.). (1993). Reproductive issues and the aging male. Washington, DC: American Association for the Advancement of Science., 1993.

36

Haseltine, F., Cole, S. S., & Gray, D. B. (1993). Reproductive issues for persons with physical disabilities. Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes Publising Co. [3 copies], 1993.

36

Haseltine, F. P., & Yaw, Y. (1976). Woman doctor. Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin., 1976.

37

Haseltine, F. P., Greenberg, B. (Eds.). (1997). Women's health research: A Medical and Policy Primer. Washington, DC: Health Press International. [2 copies], 1997.

37

MacCarthy, S., & Haseltine, F. P. (1987). Magnetic resonance of the reproductive system. Thorofare, NJ: SLACK Inc., 1987.

37

Mastroianni, A. C., Faden, R., & Federman, D. (Eds.). (1994). Women and health research. Washington, DC: National Academy Press., 1994.

37

Pitts, R. F. (1963). Physiology of the kidney and body fluids: An introductory text (2nd ed.). Chicago, IL: Year Books Medical Publishers, Inc., 1963.

37

Schiebinger, L. (1999). Has feminism changed science? Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. [2 copies], 1999.

37

Seaman, B., & Eldridege, L. (Eds.). (2012). Voices of the women's health movement (Vol. 1). New York, NY: Seven Stories Press., 2012.

37

Shlian, D. M. (Ed.) (2012). Lessons learned: Stories from women in medical management. Tampa, FL: ACPE Publishers, 2012.

37

Tepperman, J. (1962). Metabolic and endocrine physiology: An introductory text. Chicago, IL: Year Books Medical Publishers, Inc., 1962.

37

Trafford, A. (2009). As time goes by: Boomerang marriages, serial spouses, throwback couples, and other romantic adventures in an age of longevity. New York: Basic Books., 2009.

37

Warshaw, J. B. (Ed.) (1983). The biological basis of reproductive and developmental medicine. New York, NY: Elsevier Biomedical., 1983.

37

Welner, S. L., & Haseltine, F. P. (Eds.). (2004). Welner's guide to the care of women with disabilities. New York, NY: Lippincott Williams and Wilkins, 2004.

37

Clippings, 1977-2014.

Box
38, 76 (Oversize)
Box Folder

Clippings, 1977-1992.

38 1

Clippings, 1977.

76 (Oversize) 4

Clippings, 1993-1998.

38 2

Clippings, 1999-2000.

38 3

Clippings, 2002-2014.

38 4

Journals, 1992-2002.

Box
38-44
Folder
5
Box Folder

Journal of Women's Health - Volume 1, No. 1-4 [bound], 1992.

38 5

Journal of Women's Health - Volume 1, No. 1-4, 1992.

39 1

Journal of Women's Health - Volume 2, No. 1-4 [bound], 1993.

39 2

Journal of Women's Health - Volume 2, No. 1-4, 1993.

39 3

Journal of Women's Health - Volume 3, No. 1-6 [bound], 1994.

39 4

Journal of Women's Health - Volume 3, No. 1,3, 1994.

39 5

Journal of Women's Health - Volume 3, No. 4-6, 1994.

40 1

Journal of Women's Health - Volume 4, No. 1-3 [bound], 1995.

40 2

Journal of Women's Health - Volume 4, No. 4-5 [bound], 1995.

40 3

Journal of Women's Health - Volume 4, No. 2-4, 1995.

40 4

Journal of Women's Health - Volume 4, No. 5-6, 1995.

40 5

Journal of Women's Health - Volume 5, No. 1-2, 1996.

40 6

Journal of Women's Health - Volume 5, No. 3-4, 1996.

41 1

Journal of Women's Health - Volume 5, No. 5-6, 1996.

41 2

Journal of Women's Health - Volume 6, No. 2-4, 1997.

41 3

Journal of Women's Health - Volume 6, No. 5-6, 1997.

41 4

Journal of Women's Health - Volume 7, No. 1-4, 1998.

41 5

Journal of Women's Health - Volume 7, No. 5-6, 1998.

41 6

Journal of Women's Health - Volume 7, No. 7-10, 1998.

42 1

Journal of Women's Health - Volume 8, No. 1-3, 1999.

42 2

Journal of Women's Health and Gender-based Research - Volume 8, No. 4-6, 1999.

42 3

Journal of Women's Health and Gender-based Research - Volume 8, No. 7-8, 1999.

42 4

Journal of Women's Health and Gender-based Research - Volume 8, No. 9-10, 1999.

42 5

Journal of Women's Health and Gender-based Research - Volume 9, No. 2-3, 2000.

42 6

Journal of Women's Health and Gender-based Research - Volume 9, No. 4-6, 2000.

43 1

Journal of Women's Health and Gender-based Research - Volume 9, No. 7-8, 2000.

43 2

Journal of Women's Health and Gender-based Research - Volume 9, No. 9-10, 2000.

43 3

Journal of Women's Health and Gender-based Research - Volume 10, No. 1-2, 2001.

43 4

Journal of Women's Health and Gender-based Research - Volume 10, No. 3-4, 2001.

43 5

Journal of Women's Health and Gender-based Research - Volume 10, No. 6-7, 2001.

43 6

Journal of Women's Health and Gender-based Research - Volume 10, No. 8-10, 2001.

44 1

Journal of Women's Health and Gender-based Research - Volume 11, No. 1-2, 5-6, 2002.

44 2

Journal of Women's Health - Volume 11, No. 8-10, 2002.

44 3

Reference files, 1958-2004, undated.

Box
44-45
Folder
4
Box Folder

Reference files, 1958-1977.

44 4

Reference files, 1978-1982.

44 5

Reference files, 1983-1985.

45 1

Reference files, 1985-1987.

45 2

Reference files, 1988.

45 3

Reference files, 1988-1993.

45 4

Reference files, 1994-1997.

45 5

Reference files, 1998-2004.

45 6

Reference files, undated.

45 1

Reference files, undated.

46 1

Woman Doctor files, 1975-1978, undated.

Box
46-47, 76 (Oversize)
Box Folder

Woman Doctor - manuscript, undated.

46 2-6

Woman Doctor - manuscript, undated.

47

Woman Doctor - correspondence, reviews, and publicity, 1975-1977.

48 1

Woman Doctor - correspondence, reviews, and publicity, 1975-1978.

48 2

Woman Doctor - correspondence, reviews, and publicity, 1977.

76 (Oversize) 5

Video recordings, 1991-2003, undated.

Box
49-50
Box

ABC News, undated.

49

Ask Tom Harkin Cable Town Meeting, 1994.

49

Convention, undated.

49

Conversations with the Chancellor: Chancellor M. R. C. Greenwood and Dr. Florence Haseltine; Moderator: Allison Tom; University of California, Santa Cruz, 2003.

49

David Susskind Show, undated.

49

"A Decade of Difference" Society for Women's Health Research; Spectrum Science Public Relations, undated.

49

Florence Haseltine, undated.

49

Florence on Lifetime, undated.

49

Florence Pat Haseltine on Lifetime, undated.

49

Hormone Replacement Therapy Lecture - Weizmann Institute of Science, 2002 October 30.

49

The Journal of Women's Health Commercial, undated.

49

Pathways to Health Exhibit, undated.

50

NBC Nighly News - Florence Haseltine, 2000.

50

NBC Nighly News - Florence Haseltine, 2000.

50

NIH Debate - C-SPAN I, 1991.

50

NIH Medicine for the Public Series - Menopause, undated.

50

"Our Own Best Advocates" Video Action Fund, 2000.

50

Stanford Presents: The Pioneering Efforts of Women in Medicine and the Medical Sciences. (Part 1), undated.

50

2000 Women at Risk, Season 02 - Cycle of Life, undated.

50

Untitled, undated.

50

Untitled, undated.

50

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Correspondence, 1961-2016, undated.

Box
51-56, 72
Box Folder

Professional Correspondence - aphabetical A-C, 1976-1983, undated.

51 1
Professional Correspondence - aphabetical D-G, 1974-1984, undated.
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51 2

Professional Correspondence - aphabetical H-K, 1972-1985, undated.

51 3
Professional Correspondence - aphabetical L-Q, 1975-1984, undated.
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51 4
Professional Correspondence - aphabetical R-S, 1975-1985, undated.
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52 1

Professional Correspondence - aphabetical T-Z, 1975-1985, undated.

52 2
Professional Correspondence - chronological, 1985-1987, undated.
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52 3

Professional Correspondence - chronological, 1988.

52 4

Professional Correspondence - chronological, 1989.

52 5

Professional Correspondence - chronological, 1990 January - 1990 May.

52 6

Professional Correspondence - chronological, 1990 June - 1991 January.

53 1

Professional Correspondence - chronological, 1991 January - 1991 May.

53 2

Professional Correspondence - chronological, 1991 June - 1991 December.

53 3

Professional Correspondence - chronological, 1992.

53 4
Professional Correspondence - chronological, 1993-1994.
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53 5
Professional Correspondence - chronological, 1995-1997.
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53 6

Professional Correspondence - chronological, 1998-2002.

54 1

Professional Correspondence - chronological, 2003-2016, undated.

54 2

Professional Correspondence - emails, 1996.

54 3

Professional Correspondence - emails, 1996-1997.

54 4

Professional Correspondence - emails, 1997.

54 5

Professional Correspondence - audiotapes, 1982 June 14.

72 1

Professional Correspondence - audiotapes, October 1984.

72 2

Personal Correspondence, 1960 November - 1961 July.

54 6

Personal Correspondence, 1961 August - 1961 December.

55 1

Personal Correspondence, approximately 1961 - 1962.

55 2

Personal Correspondence, 1962 January - 1962 August.

55 3

Personal Correspondence, 1962 September - 1963 October.

55 4

Personal Correspondence, 1963 November - 1968.

55 5

Personal Correspondence, approximately 1964 - 1969.

55 6

Personal Correspondence, 1969 September - 1969 October.

55 7

Personal Correspondence, 1969 November - 1969 December.

56 1

Personal Correspondence, 1971-1981.

56 2

Personal Correspondence, approximately 1979.

56 3

Personal Correspondence, approximately 1979.

56 4

Personal Correspondence, approximately 1979-1985.

56 5

Personal Correspondence, 1984-1990.

56 6

Personal Correspondence, 1992-2015.

56 7

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Personal and family papers, approximately 1802, 1938-2013.

Box
56-62, 72, 75 (Oversize)
Box Folder

Alan Chodos papers - correspondence, 1965-1972.

56 8

Alan Chodos papers - identification records, 1969-1976.

57 1

Alan Chodos papers - school related, 1969-1975.

57 2

Army Ordnance Association Victory Penny, approximately 1944.

57 3

Articles and clippings, 1938-1965.

57 4

Articles and clippings, 1970-2014.

57 5

Audiovisual material - 8mm film, undated.

72 3

Audiovisual material - 8mm film, undated.

72 4

Audiovisual material - vinyl record, undated.

72 5

Biographical materials and personal identification, 1942.

57 6
Biographical materials and personal identification, 1964-1985.
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57 7
Biographical materials and personal identification, 1970-2013.
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57 8

Biographical materials and personal identification - Oral history interview transcript, 2008.

57 9

Caricature, 2010.

75 (Oversize) 11

Diaries and datebooks, 1960-1963.

58 1

Diaries and datebooks, 1968-1974.

58 2

Diaries and datebooks, 1974-1979.

58 3
Insurance documents, 1969-1985.
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58 4

Financial records, 1966-1970.

58 5

Financial records, 1971-1972.

58 6

Financial records, 1973-1974.

58 7

Financial records, 1975-1985.

59 1

Financial records - housing, 1970-1973.

59 2

Financial records - moving expenses, 1973-1976.

59 3

Financial records - school expenses, 1970-1976.

59 4

Financial records - tax information, 1969-1987.

59 5

Financial records - tax information, 1984-1985.

59 6

House history - New Haven, CT, 2012.

59 7

Special events, 1983-2008.

59 8

Special events, 2013.

59 9

Special events - Travel records, 1964-2008.

59 10

William and Jean Haseltine papers - correspondence, 1960-1996.

60 1

William and Jean Haseltine papers - family Bible, approximately 1802.

60 2

William and Jean Haseltine papers - genealogy materials, 1988.

61 1

William and Jean Haseltine papers - genealogy materials, 1988-2000.

61 2

William and Jean Haseltine papers - genealogy materials [photocopies], 1988-2000.

61 3

William and Jean Haseltine papers - genealogy materials [photocopies], 1988-2000.

61 4

William and Jean Haseltine papers - genealogy materials, approximately 1990.

61 5

William and Jean Haseltine papers - genealogy materials, 2004.

61 6

William and Jean Haseltine papers - genealogy materials, approximately 2010.

62 1-2

William and Jean Haseltine papers - hair clippings, approximately 1945.

62 3
William and Jean Haseltine papers - medical and estate records, 1982-1983.
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62 4

William and Jean Haseltine papers - oral history interview audiotapes, 2000.

72 6-7

William and Jean Haseltine papers - oral history interview transcript, 2000.

62 5

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Education and medical credentials, 1948-2010, undated.

Box
62-67, 75 (Oversize), 76 (Oversize)
Box Folder

Elementary school, approximately 1948-1949.

62 6

Elementary school, approximately 1949.

62 7

Elementary school, approximately 1949.

76 (Oversize) 6

Elementary school, approximately 1949-1953.

62 8

High school, 1958-1960.

62 9

High school, 1958-1960.

75 (Oversize) 12

University of California, 1961-1963.

62 10

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1967 January.

63 1

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1967 April.

63 2

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1967 June - 1967 October.

63 3

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1967 October.

63 4

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1967 December.

63 5

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1968 April.

64 1

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1969 April.

64 2

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1968 August.

64 3

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1968 September.

64 4

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, approximately 1968.

64 5

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1969 June.

65 1

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1969.

65 2-3

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1969.

66 1

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, approximately 1969.

66 2

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, approximately 1970.

75 (Oversize) 13

Albert Einstein College of Medicine, 1969-1975.

66 3
Albert Einstein College of Medicine, approximately 1970.
Access restrictions

Folders 5 and 6 restricted under HIPAA. See archivist.

66 4-6

Albert Einstein College of Medicine, 1972.

66 7

University of Pennsylvania, 1970-1973.

66 8
Boston Hospital for Women [Brigham and Women's Hospital], 1973-1976.
Access restrictions

Restricted under HIPAA. See archivist.

66 9

Medical credentials, licenses, and continuing education, 1974.

66 10

Medical credentials, licenses, and continuing education, 1974-2010.

66 11

Medical credentials, licenses, and continuing education, 2004.

76 (Oversize) 7

Yale School of Organization and Management, 1983-1984.

67 1

Yale School of Organization and Management, 1984.

67 2

Reunions and alumni events, 1997-2010.

67 3

Reunions and alumni events, 2005.

76 (Oversize) 8

Resumes and CVs, undated.

67 4

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Business ventures, 1993-2011, undated.

Box
67-69
Box Folder

Haseltine Systems, Inc. - correspondence, 1996-1997.

67 5

Haseltine Systems, Inc. - correspondence, 1996-2011.

67 6

Haseltine Systems, Inc. - employee records, 1996-1997.

67 7

Haseltine Systems, Inc. - financial records, 1995-1997.

67 8

Haseltine Systems, Inc. - incorporation documents, 1995-1997.

68 1

Haseltine Systems, Inc. - incorporation and trademark documents, 1995-2005.

68 2
Haseltine Systems, Inc. - research, design, and planning documents, 1993-1998.
Access restrictions

Privacy restrictions. See archivist.

68 3-4

Haseltine Systems, Inc. - research, design, and planning documents, 1995.

69 1

Haseltine Systems, Inc. - research, design, and planning documents, undated.

76 (Oversize) 9

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Awards and recognition, 1978-2014, undated.

Box
69
Box Folder

Awards, certificates, and speeches, 1978-1997.

69 3

Awards, certificates, and speeches, 1985-2011.

76 (Oversize) 10

Awards, certificates, and speeches, 1998-2013.

69 4

Awards and plaques, 1989-2003.

77 (Oversize)

Awards and plaques, 1992-1994, undated.

78 (Oversize)

Awards and plaques, approximately 1990-2014, undated.

79 (Oversize)

Awards and plaques, approximately 2004.

80 (Oversize)

Awards and plaques, approximately 2010.

81 (Oversize)

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Photographs, 1942-2015, undated.

Box
69-71, 76 (Oversize)
Box Folder

Chronological, 1942-1959.

69 5

Chronological, 1960-1961.

69 6

Chronological, 1963-1965.

69 7

Chronological, 1966-1973.

69 8

Chronological, 1977-1983.

69 9

Chronological, 1984-1992.

69 10

Chronological, 1993-1995.

70 1

Chronological, 1996-1998.

70 2

Chronological, 2000-2003.

70 3

Chronological, 2004-2014.

70 4

Chronological - Oversize photographs, approximately 1973-2015.

73 (Oversize) 11

Topic - childbirth and hospital scenes, undated.

70 5

Topic - friends and family, undated.

70 6-8

Topic - friends and family, undated.

70 7

Topic - graduation events, undated.

70 9

Topic - portraits and headshots, undated.

70 10-11

Topic - presentations and exhibitions, undated.

70 12

Topic - special events and group photographs, undated.

71 1

Topic - work related and office scenes, undated.

71 2

Negatives, 1979-1994, undated.

71 3

Slides, 1984.

71 4

Slides, 1984-1986.

71 5-6

Slides, 1993-1994.

71 7-8

Slides, undated.

71 9

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Digital media, approximately 1994-2011.

Box
73-74
Box
Florence Haseltine medical records [WM212_ER_001], 2008 February 22.
Access restrictions

Restricted under HIPAA. See Archivist for more information.

73

Kangaroo Man, a video by Chinese Media Development Co., LTD [WM212_ER_002], 1995.

73

AOL files [WM212_ER_003], undated.

73

[Computer files] backup [WM212_ER_004], 2006 January.

73

[Computer files] backup [WM212_ER_005], 2003 February.

73

[Computer files] backup [WM212_ER_006], 2003 February.

73

[Computer files] backup and family photographs [WM212_ER_007], 2005 February.

73

Ellsberg, Mosk, and Haseltine family geneaology information [WM212_ER_008], undated.

73

Email [WM212_ER_009], 2006 June - 2007 December.

73

Magazine files [WM212_ER_010], undated.

73

Women's history slides [WM212_ER_011], undated.

73

Slides [WM212_ER_012], 2004 November.

73

Society for Women's Health Research annual business meeting [WM212_ER_013], 2010 May 4.

73

Union of Concerned Scientists photographs [WM212_ER_014], approximately 1969.

73

[Computer files] backup [WM212_ER_015 ], 2000-2002.

73

[Computer files] backup [WM212_ER_016], 2005.

73

Haseltine Systems [computer files] backup [WM212_ER_017], 2002 March.

73

National Institute of Health email [WM212_ER_018], 2009 September - 2011.

73

Conversations with the Chancellor: Chancellor M. R. C. Greenwood and Dr. Florence Haseltine, University of California, Santa Cruz [WM212_ER_019], undated.

73

The Kilby International Awards Foundation award ceremony for Dr. George Fitzgerald Smoot [WM212_ER_020], approximately 2008.

73

The Kilby ScholarChips Program [WM212_ER_021], 2006.

73

"STEP Eureka! We Found It!" television program [WM212_ER_022], 2006 March 9.

73

"What a Difference an 'X' Makes, Perceptions and Realities," a Society for Women's Health Research video [WM212_ER_023], undated.

73

Email [WM212_ER_024], 2005-2011.

73

[Computer files] backup, powerpoint, and photographs [WM212_ER_025], 2005.

73

[Computer files] backup [WM212_ER_026], 2004-2005.

73

[Computer files] backup [WM212_ER_027], 2003-2006.

73

[Computer files] backup [WM212_ER_028], 2006.

73

[Computer files] backup [WM212_ER_029], 2006.

73

[Computer files] backup [WM212_ER_030], 2006-2007.

73

[Computer files] backup and email [WM212_ER_031], 2008.

73

Washington Cosmos Group video [WM212_ER_032], 2010 May.

73

[Computer files] backup [WM212_ER_033], 2004-2005.

73

"Mojave Memories" photographs [WM212_ER_034], undated.

73

Photographs [WM212_ER_035], 2004-2005.

73

Sherman E. Burroughs High School Class of 1960 50th Reunion video [WM212_ER_036], 2010 October 22.

73

Thanksgiving photographs [WM212_ER_037], 2007.

73

[Computer files] backup [WM212_ER_038], 2003-2007.

73

[Computer files] backup [WM212_ER_039], 2003-2007.

73

[Computer files] backup [WM212_ER_040], 2006-2007.

73

[Computer files] backup [WM212_ER_041], 2006.

73

[Computer files] backup [WM212_ER_042], 2002-2003.

73

Gloria E. Sarto, MD, PhD, Chair in Women's Health and Health Equity Research video [WM212_ER_043], undated.

73
Alan Chodos medical records [WM212_ER_044], 2011.
Access restriction

Restricted under HIPAA. See Archivist for more information.

73

Untitled, Washington Cosmos Group records [WM212_ER_045], undated.

73

Changing the Face of Medicine, Profiles of Achievement. National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Department of Health and Human Services [WM212_ER_046], undated.

73

William "Duke" Haseltine oral history transcripts [WM212_ER_047], 2000 March.

74

Email [WM212_ER_048], 1996 September.

74

Email [WM212_ER_049], 1977 May.

74

Email [WM212_ER_050], 1977.

74

File maker database [WM212_ER_051], undated.

74

Haseltine Systems Quickbook files [WM212_ER_052 and WM212_ER_054], undated.

74

Haseltine Systems website files [WM212_ER_053], undated.

74

Haseltine Systems [computer files] [WM212_ER_055], 1996.

74

Financial records [WM212_ER_056], undated.

74

Untitled [WM212_ER_057], 1997 March.

74

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