360 West 34th Street (Southeast corner of 34th Street and Ninth Avenue). Founded in 1930 to provide cheap housing for members of the Armed Forces, the William Sloane House was named after William Sloane (1873-1922), chair of the Army and Navy...
Universities and Colleges--New York (State)--New York--Anniversaries, etc.
A recounting of the fiscal crisis of 1974-1976 and its aftermath, including severe retrenchment, the imposition of tuition, and the assumption of funding by the state. Illustrated by a b/w architectural drawing of the campus.
Buildings; Cities & towns; Cityscapes; Clock towers; Clouds; Flags; Reflections; Steeples; Color postcards; Ships; Side wheelers; Steamboats; Panoramic views; Rivers;
The steamer "Morse" travels up the Hudson River past the city of Albany, accompanied by two other boats: a steamer and a side wheeler. The New York State Capitol Building is seen in the background. Blank space for message at bottom of card.
Conference chairperson Betty Powell, Charlotte Bunch, an editor of Quest: a Feminist Quarterly; Barbara Gittings, long time gay activist; Julia P. Stanley, writer and feminist separatist. Partially visible: Bert Hansen.
left to right: Rita Mae Brown, author, Princeton, N.J., Beth Hodges, writer and professor, Hays, Kansas,Joyce Rock, panel moderator, NYC, Bertha Harris, author and professor, NYC, Gayle Rubin, graduate student, AnnArbor, Michigan.