66 results found for: subject:"Secretaries"

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1922 Oct. 30

Du Bois, W. E. B. (William Edward Burghardt), 1868-1963

Letter from W. E. B. Du Bois to Roscoe Conkling Bruce

New York (N.Y.) - Regarding a letter from Winslow comment on Negroes ability to work in radio which was unreturned from the Secretary of War. Typewritten on stationery of Editorial rooms of the Crisis magazine. Memo in reply to Du Bois from Bruce appended to original letter confirms Winslow's letter was not returned.

W. E. B. Du Bois Papers

1994 Feb. 6

McCormack, Mark H.

Fax from Mark H. McCormack to Laurie Roggenburk

Planning when is a good time for her to call him after he lands at Easter Island. Then McCormack states all of the messages he would like her to fax to various people for him.

Mark H. McCormack Papers

1975

Orling . Alan S. . 1949-2018

Clerical training

New York (N.Y.) - Helen Rogu, left, goes through papers as she is instructed by Fran Bean, right, in secretarial work as part of occupational therapy offered by the Institute.

International Center for the Disabled Records

1975

Gaynor, Geoffrey M.

Secretarial work

New York (N.Y.) - A woman in a wheelchair, Mary Fox, smiles at the camera. She has a typewriter in front of her and is in the process of assisting an unidentified man who stands in front of her desk. Caption reads: Wheelchair-bound Mary Fox assists in secretarial work at ICD - International Center for the Disabled.

International Center for the Disabled Records

1950

Acme Newspictures (New York, N.Y.)

Clerical training

New York (N.Y.) - An unidentified woman practices as a switchboard operator as part of the secretarial training offered by the Institute. Her crutches are leaning against the switchboard.

International Center for the Disabled Records

1975

Gaynor, Geoffrey M.

Secretarial work

New York (N.Y.) - An unidentified woman smiles at the camera. She has her hands on a keyboard and is presumably assisting as a secretary as part of vocational rehabilitation.

International Center for the Disabled Records

1978 Mar. 13

Chilcote, Judy A.

Memorandum from Judy A. Chilcote to New York executive and personnel committees

Chilcote writes regarding a new telephone system, secretarial salaries and maintenance of the New York office.

Mark H. McCormack Papers

1977 May 26

Chilcote, Judy A.

Memorandum from Judy A. Chilcote to Cleveland office staff

Announcing Tony Rogliano's new position of Administrative Supervisor, or office manager, of the twelfth floor. Chilcote provides some of Rogliano's background.

Mark H. McCormack Papers

1977 May 26

Chilcote, Judy A.

Memorandum from Judy A. Chilcote to twelfth floor staff

Concerning security of the twelfth floor. Chilcote notes that the front desk must be staffed at all times and specifies that when the entire staff is out that both doors must be locked. A rtoating schedule is suggested for the secretaries to relieve Jenny on her lunch breaks.

Mark H. McCormack Papers

1980 Feb. 21

Chilcote, Judy A.

Letter from Judy A. Chilcote to Mary Beth Churilla

Chilcote thanks Churilla for her proposed program focusing on image and attitude but notes that they will be beginning a program concentrating on communication skills for the secretaries. The program has been implemented in the New York office. Chilcote suggests a meeting if Churilla is interested in working for International Management Group(IMG) in this capacity.

Mark H. McCormack Papers