The Gladys Boggs Marshall Photographs contain nine black-and-white photographs of Gladys Boggs Marshall from approximately 1912 to 1975. The photographs include three team photographs of the Clark County High School girls' basketball team, of which Gladys Boggs was a member, and four photographs of Gladys Boggs Marshall and her husband Edward B. Marshall spending time with the Ullom Family.
The Ann Valder Photograph Collection on Judy Bayley (1969-1971) consists of black-and-white photographic prints of Hacienda Hotel owner Judy Bayley, collected by Las Vegas, Nevada journalist Ann Valder. The collection is primarily comprised of photographic prints of Bayley at a 1971 event held in her honor at the International Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada. The collection also includes photographic prints of Bayley at fundraisers for the American Cancer Society. Ann Valder was an editor and journalist for the Las Vegas Review-Journal and Valley Times, as well as a columnist for the Las Vegas Sun.
Records (1994-1999) are comprised of planning documents, newspaper clippings, external communication, and memoranda documenting the establishment and operations of the Nevada Women's Archives at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. The records primarily document collection materials from the first exhibit created using the Nevada Women's Archive.
The Felicia F. Campbell Collection on the Governor’s Commission on Status of People Records (1970-1977) is comprised primarily of meeting minutes, agendas, reports, and memorandums from the Nevada Commission. The collection also contains women’s rights commission handbooks from various states and correspondence and newspaper clippings pertaining to Campbell's professional life.
The Nevada Federation of Women's Clubs (NFWC) Records date from 1907 until 1999 and document the administration, activities, and publications of the NFWC. During the twentieth century, the NFWC included member clubs from throughout the state of Nevada including the Mesquite Club in Las Vegas, the Reno Women's Civic Club, and the Lamoille Women's Club. The collection includes meeting minutes and agendas, correspondence, publications, reports, and newspaper clippings.
The Freda Klein Papers (1967-1997) include a detailed biography and personal reflection penned by Klein, as well as a photocopied scrapbook. The scrapbook is comprised of correspondence and newspaper clippings that detail her career with the State of Nevada Employment Security Department and volunteer work with the Henderson Chamber of Commerce, Private Industry Council, and Soroptimist International of Henderson, Nevada.
The Nevada Women's History Project Records (1995-2008) contain the early organizational records of the Nevada Women's History Project (NWHP), which was created to collect and disseminate information about women throughout Nevada's history. The collection reflects the early organization of the Nevada Women's History Project's (NWHP) Southern region and the variety of events and projects with which the organization was involved with across the state of Nevada. Materials include membership lists, meeting minutes, press releases, project files, and NWHP newsletters.