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A Guide to the Mary L. Elmendorf Papers

Finding aid created by Dept. Staff

University of Florida Smathers Libraries - Special and Area Studies Collections
June 2006


Descriptive Summary

Creator: Elmendorf, Mary L. (Mary Lindsay)
Title: Mary L. Elmendorf Papers
Dates: 1931-2009
Bulk dates: 1952-2004
Abstract: The research and personal papers of anthropologist and author, Mary Lindsay Elmendorf.
Extent: 51 Linear feet. 120 Boxes.
Identification: MS Group 93
Language(s): English
Online Content Items from this collection have been digitized and are available online in the UF Digital Collections. For more information please see the note below.

Biographical/Historical Note

Anthropologist and author Mary Lindsay Elmendorf is best known for her studies of Mayan women in the village of Chan Kom, Mexico, and for her work as a consulting anthropologist in the application of appropriate technology for community participation and involvement. Dr. Elmendorf received her Ph.D. in anthropology from the Union Institute in 1972. Earlier education included an A.B. in psychology (1937), a M.A. equivalent from the School of Public Administration and Social Work (1941), and graduate training in sociology and anthropology, all at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.

In her early career, Dr. Elmendorf held various positions in the United States and abroad, working in the rural south and the slums of Boston and New Haven in the late 1930s, and at the Putney School in Vermont and Mexico in the early 1940s. She performed volunteer work with the American Friends Service Committee in Europe from 1944-1946, working in the prisons and with displaced people and later serving as Director of the Spanish Refugee Program. In 1947 the American and British Friends were awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for their work during and after World War II, and Dr. Elmendorf considered this to be one of her greatest honors. Following her European volunteer work, she returned to graduate studies in anthropology at Chapel Hill. In addition to her dissertation research, she completed several other studies of the women of Chan Kom and of other women in Latin America.

From 1952 to 1960, Dr. Elmendorf was head of the CARE office in Mexico, and later served as a consultant to the Peace Corps and the Overseas Education Fund of the League of Women Voters. At the same time she designed and supervised internships and off-campus study with the Peace Corps, CARE, and other groups for students at Brown University and New College of Florida (where her husband was Vice President 1961-65 and President 1965-72, respectively). In 1975, she accepted a staff position at the World Bank in the Division of Environment and Health. As the first anthropologist hired by the World Bank she prepared the first sociocultural impact study to add the human dimensions to the already required environmental impact studies. In 1977 she began her career as a consulting anthropologist to the World Bank and other organizations, while continuing her research on women with an initial two year grant to examine fertility determinants among the Maya.

Her career as an educator included various projects at Brown University (1962-65), New College (1965-68), as visiting professor at Hampshire College (1971), Goddard College (1973), World Campus Afloat (1973-1974), and adjunct professor at the University of Florida (1990-2000).

Dr. Elmendorf participated in all of the United Nations Conferences on Women: Mexico (1975), Copenhagen (1980), Nairobi (1985), and Beijing (1995). She was a member of the United States delegation to the United Nations Water Conference (1977). In 1992 she was a delegate to the Earth Summit UNCED (United Nations Conference on Environment and Development) in Rio de Janeiro. She worked as a consultant for CEDPA (Center for Population and Development Activities) before, during and after the Rio de Janeiro Conference.

The emphasis of her professional career, as it was in much of her research, has been on ways to involve people concerned in the implementation of technology and development. She has focused on involving women--often the primary users and managers--in the planning and implementation of suitable technologies for community participation and involvement, in terms of people's choosing and managing their own development strategies. Some notable projects on which she has worked include preparation of a human impact assessment for the Bura Dam (Kenya) Irrigation Project, the World Bank project on Water Supply and Waste Disposal in Developing Countries, the International Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Decade, and water projects in Sri Lanka, the Philippines, and Thailand. Her book and monograph publications include The Mayan Woman and Change (1972), La Mujer Maya y el cambio (1973), Nine Mayan Women (1976), Socio-Cultural Aspects of Water Supply and Excreta Disposal (1980), Seven Case Studies of Rural and Urban Fringe Areas in Latin America (editor, 1982), The International Drinking Water and Sanitation Decade (1980-1990) and Women's Involvement (1990).

She is also the author of numerous technical reports, chapters in books, journal articles, and conference presentations. Among the honors and recognition received by Elmendorf are the Margaret Mead Award for applying principles of anthropology to the resolution of issues of contemporary human concern, presented by the American Anthropological Association and the Society for Applied Anthropology in 1982. In 1993 the University of North Carolina honored Dr. Elmendorf with its Distinguished Alumna Award.

Mary and her first husband, John Elmendorf, were classmates at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill from 1935 to 1937. They married in December of 1937, following graduation. "John and Mary Elmendorf--A Mosaic" (Series 4, Box 1) captures highlights of the 43 years they shared. The John Elmendorf Collection in the Archives of New College documents his role as President. From 1977 to his death in 1980, John Elmendorf continued his career as Vice-President of the Academy for Educational Development in Washington, D.C. Mary Elmendorf is now married to Dr. John Landgraf, retired anthropologist and as she, an adjunct of the Department of Anthropology at the University of Florida. They live in Sarasota, Florida.

Mary Elmendorf's Vitae is available at http://www.library.ufl.edu/spec/manuscript/Elmendorf/Vitae.htm


Scope and Content

The Papers of Mary Lindsay Elmendorf include manuscripts, notes, correspondence and memoranda, journals, household surveys, publications and "gray" literature, audio tapes, photographs, and other documentation created or used by her. The Papers document most of her long career, beginning with her position as head of the CARE office for Mexico, and including her doctoral research on the lives of the Mayan women of Chan Kom, Mexico, and other research on the roles of women, her career as a consulting anthropologist to the World Bank and numerous other organizations, and some aspects of her personal life. In addition to her dissertation research on "Mayan Women and Change," published as Nine Mayan Women (Cambridge, 1976), the Papers include extensive documentation of her study with Deborah Merrill of the socio-impact of development on Chan Kom women, and a larger project in collaboration with Alfonso Villa Rojas and others on Behavior among Mayan Women (series 1, 16 boxes). Her participation on a Ford Foundation Task Force on Women resulted in the production of several papers including a chapter, "Mexico: the Many Worlds of Women," in the book Women: Roles and Status in Eight Countries (New York, 1977). In addition to Elmendorf's own research and manuscripts, the Papers include copies of the manuscripts and working papers of other contributors. The Papers also include documentation of other of Elmendorf's studies on women in Latin America, including "Suggestions, Recommendations and Resources for Enhancing the Role of Women in Development: Peru, Chile, and Brazil" and the "Women Governors of the Dominican Republic" (series 2, 6 boxes).

The second major topic of the Papers is the application of appropriate technology (series 3, 18 boxes), especially the provision of clean water and sanitation, women's health, and ways to involve women in the planning and implementation of such projects. Among the major projects are Water Supply and Waste Disposal in Developing Countries (5 boxes), numerous studies and projects emanating from the International Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Decade (IDWSSD, 6 boxes), and a study on the social impact of the Bura Irrigation project in Kenya (1.5 boxes). The Water Supply and Waste Disposal project was an extension of Elmendorf's Latin American interests, as all the case studies including the village of Chan Kom, are from Latin America. Documentation of the IDWSSD is extensive. As a consultant to an Interagency Task Force on Women's Involvement and a United Nations Development Program assignment on the Promotion of the Role of Women in Water and Environmental Sanitation Services (PROWESS), Elmendorf prepared a paper on the prospect for women's involvement at the beginning of the Decade and at the end an assessment, The IDWSSD and Women's Involvement (1990). Also documented are her involvement with numerous projects as a consultant to Water and Sanitation for Health (WASH), the U.S. Agency for International Development arm of the Decade, and other organizations such as the Institute for Rural Water and Global Water. Specific projects include assessments in Sri Lanka, Thailand, and the Philippines. In addition to Elmendorf's own work, the IDWSSD papers include extensive documents from the agencies with which she was associated.

The General Series of the Papers (series 4) include personal and professional correspondence (1.5 boxes), a collection of biographical material and documents relating to opposition to the Vietnam War and advisement of draft resisters (.5 boxes), manuscripts of Elmendorf's writings and presentations not included in the project files (1 box), files from participation in many professional and academic conferences (4 boxes), and many pre-publication documents, often with notes and accompanying correspondence (7 boxes). There are three boxes of audio-visual material, primarily audio tapes of interviews with Mayan women and conference proceedings (Series 5). Additional descriptions are found with each series.

The 1st accession of the Elmendorf Papers is arranged in five series: Series 1 - Mayan Women in Chan Kom, 1969-1979; Series 2 - Early Career and Women's Studies; Series 3: Appropriate Technology; Series 4: General Papers; Series 5: Audio-Visual Formats; and Series 6: Supplement and Addendum (1997). The 2nd accession is arranged in the same five series as the 1st accession. The 3rd accession also adheres to this five-series arrangement, but all of the materials in Accession 3 are found under Series 4.

The 2nd Accession, acquired between 2002 and 2003, both complements material in the original accession, prior to 1995, and adds new papers created since 1994. The second accession is arranged in the same five series as was the original: (1) Mayan Women (2) Early Career and Women's Studies (3) Applied Technology, (4) General Papers, and (5) Audio-Visual Material. Series 1 has been expanded to include material somewhat beyond the original scope of Elmendorf's own work with Mayan women, but is still nearly all Mayan related. A large part of the Series includes manuscripts and other documents relating to a forthcoming book, based on a 1997 American Anthropological Association panel in honor of Elmendorf's career in Mayan studies, including two chapters by Elmendorf (Boxes 5-6). The series also contains field notes taken by Elmendorf and Alfonso Villa-Rojas (Box 1).

Series 2 expands considerably the quantity of papers relating to Elmendorf's early involvement with CARE in Mexico, the Peace Corps, the Women's Governors Project in the Dominican Republic, and the Overseas Group of the League of Women Voters. A new, small component of her work with the American Friends Service Component during World War II has been added.

Numerous documents have been added to the Appropriate Technology Series (Series 3), especially relating to the International Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Decade (IDWSSD) and Promotion of the Role of Women in Water and Environmental Sanitation Services (PROWWESS) project (Boxes 2-5). New topics in the series include water, sanitation, and population projects in Central America and Mexico (Boxes 6-7), a box on several Indian projects (Box 8), relating to waste disposal and women's employment and financial issues. Some papers relating to the Florida environment (Box 7) demonstrate Elmendorf's interest and participation in local environment concerns and in simple technological solution to those problems. Box 9 includes documents relating to the editing of the Women, Water, Sanitation abstract journal.

Series 4 includes two major presentations by Elmendorf, one entitled "Priorities, Challenges and Strategies: A Feminine Perspective, 1975-1995" made to the 1996 WEDEC conference in India (Box 3) and the other, "Water is Life: A View through the Eyes of a Women," a seminar at the International Women's University in Germany (Box 4). A major part of the series (Boxes 7-9) relates to the Fourth Women's World Conference, Beijing, 1995, especially the NGO Forum, to which Elmendorf was a delegate, representing the United Nations Association (UNA/USA) and the United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM). At the Beijing Conference she organized a panel of participants from the 1975 Conference to review progress made during twenty years. The records in this Series document greater participation with local groups and women's issues than in the first accession. The Series also contains biographical records and correspondence (Boxes 1-2) and additional conference presentations and organizational participation (Boxes 3-5). A substantial quantity of papers relate to the Habitat II Town Hall, held in Sarasota, in 1996, preliminary to the Habitat II International conference in Istanbul.

The 3rd accession to the collection, acquired in 2005 and 2006, includes correspondence, biographical, writings, photographs, and other materials. There are several folders pertaining to the book inspired by ME's research, Rights, Resources, Culture and Conservation in the Land of the Maya. Additionally, there are several folders pertaining to organizations and corporate bodies, including UNICEF, the United Nations, the Society for Applied Anthropology, and the University of Florida. All of the folders in Accession 3 have been added as under Series 4, and the materials in this accession both compliment and add to the materials existing in Series 4 under the first two accessions to the collection.


Access or Use Restrictions

Access

The collection is open for research.


Related or Separated Material

A portion of Dr. Elmendorf's Mayan materials were donated to the Smithsonian in 1990 and are now available as part of the National Anthropological Archives and Human Studies Film Archives.

The John Elmendorf Collection in the New College Archives documents his role as President (1965-1972).


Administrative Information

Alternate Form of Material

Digital reproductions of items in this collection are available online via the University of Florida Digital Collections (UFDC). Please read the Permissions for Use statement for information on copyright, fair use, and use of UFDC digital objects.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Mary L. Elmendorf Papers, Special and Area Studies Collections, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida.

Acquisition Information

The Papers were donated by Mary Elmendorf in 1992 and have been supplemented by additional gifts.

Processing Notes

The original finding guide and inventory for this collection was prepared by Frank Orser, Karen Rogers, and J. Ray Jones. Arrangement and description of the Papers were assisted by a grant from the Wenner-Green Foundation to Dr. Elmendorf. August, 1996 (Accession 1 - Series 1-5). Revisions were made to the original finding aid in 1997, 1998, and 2003. Frank Orser processed the 2nd accession of papers and revised the finding aid in 2004, and John Nemmers processed the 3rd accession of papers and revised the finding aid in 2006.


Contents List

Series 1: Mayan Women in Chan Kom, 1967-1979, 1945-1994 (bulk 1971 - 1978)

9 Linear feet. 16 boxes.

The Series is based on three [separate] projects: 1. Mayan Women and Change (1971-1975), Elmendorf's dissertation research. 2. Socio-Economic Impact of Development in Chan Kom: 1971-1976 with Deborah Merrill Sands. 3. Behavior among Mayan Women (1977-1979), a larger project conducted in collaboration with Alfonso Villa Rojas and others. Related audio tapes and slides are included in the Audio-Visual series (no.5).

In 1967, Dr. Elmendorf returned to academics to pursue her Ph.D. in Anthropology. She conducted her field research in Chan Kom, Yucatan, Mexico, under the direction of Alfonso Villa Rojas, with whom she had collaborated while serving as director of CARE in Mexico. The research concentrated on women's roles in social change. Dr. Elmendorf completed her dissertation, "Mayan Women and Change," in 1972. The dissertation was first published in 1972 by Ivan Illich at CIDOC as a case study to use in his seminar on Quality of Life. The Mexican Ministry of Education published a Spanish version of the dissertation, La Mujer Maya y el Cambio, that same year and distributed it to public schools and libraries throughout Mexico. In 1976, the dissertation was edited to become Nine Mayan Women: A Village Faces Change. See "Mayan Women and Change, 1971-1975" (boxes 1 and 2) for more information. Between 1976 and 1978, Dr. Elmendorf, with her former student from Hampshire College, Deborah Merrill, returned to conduct research in Chan Kom. The study was funded by the World Bank. The research was designed to analyze the impact of various development projects from 1971 to 1976, and was based on previous research conducted by Elmendorf and Merrill. The resulting paper "Socio-Economic Impact of Development Projects in Chan Kom, 1971-1976," was presented at the 1978 Annual Meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico. See "Socio-Economic Impact of Development in Chan Kom: 1971-1976" (boxes 3 and 4) for more information. Between 1977-1979, Dr. Elmendorf and Alfonso Villa Rojas conducted applied research in Chan Kom and elsewhere in Yucatan on issues of fertility determinants among the Maya and on socio-economic variables affecting the determinants. The variables included contact with the outside world, the level of education, value of the children, and the acceptance of new technologies into the family. Brigette Jordan, Deborah Merrill and several Mexican colleagues, including Hilaria Mass Coli, assisted in the field research. Support was provided by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). This project resulted in numerous papers, one of which, "Changing Role of Maya Mothers and Daughters," was ultimately published in Women and Technological Change in Developing Countries (1979) and another, "Anita: A Mayan Peasant Woman Copes," in Studies in Family Planning (Nov./Dec. 1979). See "Behavior Among Mayan Women, 1977-1979" (boxes 5-16) for more information.


Mayan Women and Change, 1971-1976

Papers in this project include manuscripts, publications, correspondence, and notes and notebooks related to Elmendorf's dissertation, "Mayan Women and Change." In addition to notes for and versions of the dissertation, there are manuscripts of several other papers discussing women's roles in social change that are based on the Mayan Women research. Several of these papers were presented at various conferences attended by Dr. Elmendorf between 1971 and 1973. Research for "Mayan Women and Change" was conducted on repeated field trips to Chan Kom between March, 1971, and July, 1972, is recorded in the field notes and other notes. The paper entitled "The Role of Women as Agents for Peaceful Social Change" contains the preliminary problem statement for Dr. Elmendorf's dissertation. The dissertation itself "demonstrated how women sacrificed, cooperated and planned strategies to survive better and/or maintain traditions they valued." It was presented to the Union Graduate School in June, 1972. An abstract of the dissertation was presented at the Ninth Annual International Conference of Anthropology and Ethnology (ICAES) in Chicago, 1973, and was published in 1975 as a chapter in the book Women Cross-culturally: Change and Challenge, edited by Ruby Leavitt. Included in the folder with "Mayan Women and Change" (1972) are several letters and prefaces added to the dissertation to create Nine Mayan Women, published in 1976. Also included with this section is a collection of correspondence, dealing with the dissertation topic and proposal. Also related to the research in Chan Kom are a series of cassette tapes of personal interviews conducted by Dr. Elmendorf between 1971 and 1972. There are approximately 39 tapes documenting the opinions and beliefs of the Mayas of Chan Kom. Dr. Elmendorf also recorded several conferences she attended during 1973. For more information on these tape, see the Audio-Visual series (no. 5).


Manuscripts, 1970-1976

Manuscripts for The Mayan Woman and Change (1972), Nine Mayan Women (1976), and "Role of Women as Agents for Peaceful Change" (1970-1971).


Box Folder
1 1 "The Mayan Woman and Change"; thesis for the degree of Ph.D. in Humanistic Anthropology, Union Graduate School, 1972.
1 2 "Nine Mayan Women: a Village Faces Change"; typed ms. This appears to be a composite manuscript, composed of a copy of the dissertation "The Mayan Women and Change" (1972) and of supplementary material for the book Nine Mayan Women (1976).
1 3 "The Mayan Woman and Change"; draft of the "Problem" and Method Statement [1972?]
1 4 "Annotated bibliography" of sources on the Yucatec Maya [original bibliography for dissertation research, 1972?]
1 5 "The Mayan Woman and Change" (parts I and IV). Copy of dissertation, marked with revisions for publication as Nine Mayan Women [1972-1976?]
1 6 "The Mayan Woman and Change"; fragmentary copy of dissertation, marked with revisions for publication as Nine Mayan Women [1972-1976?]
1 7 "The Mayan Woman and Change," abstract and paper for presentation at the IX International Congress of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences (Chicago, September, 1973). Includes correspondence.
1 8 ["The Mayan Woman and Change"] Untitled ms., perhaps an early version of the ICAES presentation [1973?]
1 9 "Mayan Woman and Change," from Women Cross-Culturally: Change and Challenge, ed. Ruby Rohrlich-Leavitt (World Anthropology). The Hague, Paris: Mouton Publishers [1972] p. [111] - 127.
1 10 "Las mujeres de Chan Kom," by Mary Elemendorf. Siete, 6 (no. 38) Agosto 7, 1974, p. 62-65 (Reprinted from La mujer maya y el cambio).
1 11 ["The Role of Women as Agents for Peaceful Social Change"] untitled ms., with many revisions [1971?]
1 12 "The Role of Women as Agents for Peaceful Social Change"; working draft prepared for the 12th World Conference of the Society for International Development, Ottawa, May 17, 1971. With letter of critique from John D. MacDonald, July 7, 1971, and annotations by Elmendorf and MacDonald.
1 13 "The Role of Women as Agents for Peaceful Social Change"; working draft prepared for the 12th World Conference of the Society for International Development, Ottawa, May 17, 1971, with annotations.
1 14 "How Women Are Sharing in Social Change: Six Cases from the Third World," 12th World Conference of the Society for International Development, Ottawa, May 1971.
1 15 "The Role of Women as Agents for Peaceful Social Change"; dissertation abstract and proposal [1970?]
1 16 "The Role of Women as Agents for Peaceful Social Change"; research proposal to National Science Foundation, March, 1971.
1 17 Correspondence re: "The Role of Women as Agents for Peaceful Social Change," December, 1970 - October, 1971. Correspondents include George M. Foster, Beverly Chinas, and Alfonso Villas Rojas.

Other Papers, Notebooks, Manuscript Fragments, and Correspondence, 1970-1974

Box Folder
2 1 "La campesina indigena"... ponencia preparado para la Reunion Council sobre la Ciencia y el Hombre, Junio 20-Junio 24, 1973 [Mexico] American Academy for the Advancement of Science-CONACYT.
2 2 "Freedom and Joy in a Changing Mayan Village - Women Face Choices" [1971?]
2 3 "The Majority-Minority: An Unused Resource," paper presented at the Women and Science in the American Continent - Special Event, AAAS Conference, June, 28 1973.
2 4 Field Notes - 2 notebooks [n.d.].
2 5 Field Notes - 2 notebooks, 1970.
2 6 Field Notes - 2 notebook, 1971.
2 7 Field Notes - Journal, March, 1971.
2 8 Field Notes - Journal, Oct., 1971.
2 9 Field Notes - Journal, Nov., 1971.
2 10 Field Notes - Nov., 1972.
2 11 Field Notes - notebook, 1973.
2 12 Maps of Chan Kom, 1971.
2 13 Name and address list; notebook [ca. 1971?].
2 14 Notes on cards and loose sheets of papers [ca. 1971].
2 15 Note cards, 1970-1974.
2 16 Roberts, Susan. Journal... on Returning from a two-week visit to Chan Kom... with Mary Elmendorf [Dec 1971].
2 17 Specimens of Medicinal Herbs with Mayan names and traditional uses.
2 18 Translation of Newspaper Article (Oct 22, 1971) - subject: Chan Kom and Don Epiphanio, written by Luis A. Ramirez Aznar.
2 19 Manuscript fragments from Mayan Women and Change: "Marriage and Family, and Children and Birth Control".
2 20 Manuscript fragments from Mayan Women and Change: Ms. beginning, "On a recent visit to Mexico..."
2 21 Manuscript fragments from Mayan Women and Change: "Religion".
2 22 Manuscript fragments from Mayan Women and Change: "Work and Religion".
2 23 Correspondence with Issac Rogel, re: CIDOC publication of Mayan Women and Change, 1972-1973.
2 24 Correspondence re: Mayan women research and plans for future research in Chan Kom, 1973-1974.

Socio-Economic Impact of Development in Chan Kom: 1971-1976, with Deborah Merrill (1971-1978)

In 1976, Mary Elmendorf traveled to Chan Kom with her former student from Hampshire College, Deborah Merrill. The World Bank funded the six week stay in Chan Kom. The purpose of their visit was to conduct research to determine the impact of several development projects over a five year period, 1971-1976, on the lives of men and women in the village. The study is based, in part, on research conducted by Elmendorf and Merrill prior to 1971. Comparisons were made to baseline data gathered during their previous visits to Chan Kom. Three versions of the text are included: "Socio-Economic Impact of Development in Chan Kom - 1971-1976: Rural Women Participate in Change"; "Socio-Economic Impact of Development in Chan Kom - 1971-1976: Rural Women Participate in Change - A Preliminary Study"; and "Socio-Economic Impact of Development in Chan Kom - 1971-1976: Rural Women Participate in Change - An Executive Summary." Collectively, these papers provide (1) a description of Chan Kom and its social, political, and economic organization (including patterns predominant prior to 1971); (2) A discussion of development projects: a new road, establishment of bus services, electricity, running water, a cooperative store, a health clinic, and an agricultural extension station; (3) A discussion of changes in family structure, marriage and family, housing and population; (4) a discussion of changes relating to income producing activities; (5) and a discussion of changes in the role of women. After completion of the project, Elmendorf and Merrill were invited to submit their text for publication in Human Organization. The collection includes correspondence with the publishers and revisions of the text based on their comments. However, time constraints and other commitments kept Elmendorf and Merrill from being able to edit the paper to the editor's satisfaction, and the paper was never published. Also related to the research in Chan Kom are a series of cassette tapes recording the personal interviews conducted by Dr. Elmendorf, Deborah Merrill and Brigette Jordan between 1976 and 1979. There are approximately 27 tapes documenting the opinions and beliefs of the Mayas of Chan Kom. (For more information on these tapes see the Audio-Visual series, no. 5.).


Drafts and research proposal, 1977-1978

Box Folder
3 1 Elmendorf and Merrill - "Socio-Economic Impact of Development in Chan Kom - 1971-1976: Rural Women Participate in Change" - [Final draft?] March, 1977.
3 2 Elmendorf and Merrill - "Socio-Economic Impact of Development in Chan Kom - 1971-1976: a Preliminary Study," Presented at the Symposium Regional Development: II- Yucatan/Desarrollo Regional, Society for Applied Anthropology, Merida, April 2 - 9, 1978.
3 3 Elmendorf and Merrill - "Socio-Economic Impact of Development in Chan Kom - 1971-1976: Rural Women Participate in Change: Executive Summary" (March 1977) 18 p.
3 4 Elmendorf and Merrill - "Socio-Economic Impact of Development in Chan Kom - 1971-1976: Rural Women Participate in Change: Executive Summary" (March 1977) 28 p.
3 5 Elmendorf and Merrill - "Executive Summary" - Variant version, March, 1977.
3 6 [Socio-Economic Impact of Development in Chan Kom - 1971-1976: Rural Women Participate in Change] fragmentary ms., typed and xeroxed pages, [1977?]
3 7 [Socio-Economic Impact of Development in Chan Kom - 1971-1976: Rural Women Participate in Change] fragmentary ms., xeroxed pages [1977?]
3 8 Elmendorf and Merrill - "Socio-Economic Impact of Development in Chan Kom - 1971-1976: Rural Women Participate in Change" - working draft before revisions, March, 1977.
3 9 Elmendorf and Merrill - "Socio-Economic Impact of Development in Chan Kom - 1971-1976: Rural Women Participate in Change" - working draft, March, 1977.
3 10 Elmendorf and Merrill - "Socio-Economic Impact of Development in Chan Kom - 1971-1976: Rural Women Participate in Change" - working draft [1977]
3 11 Elmendorf and Merrill - "Excerpts from Socio-Economic Impact of Development in Chan Kom - 1971-1976: Rural Women Participate in Change" - working draft [1977]
3 12 Elmendorf and Merrill - "Excerpts from Socio-Economic Impact of Development in Chan Kom - 1971-1976: Rural Women Participate in Change" - working draft, 2nd copy.
3 13 Elmendorf and Merrill - "Excerpts from Socio-Economic Impact of Development in Chan Kom - 1971-1976: Rural Women Participate in Change" - working draft, 3rd copy.
3 14 Elmendorf and Merrill - "Excerpts from Socio-Economic Impact of Development in Chan Kom - 1971-1976: Rural Women Participate in Change" - working draft (comments by Kay Pierce).

Manuscript fragments and correspondence, 1974-1978

Box Folder
4 1 Brief Description of Village (Original Household Survey, 1977).
4 2 Economy, Property, Income [1977?].
4 3 Education, typed ms., accompanied by World Bank memos and notes relating to educational radio broadcasting, [n.d.] 1976-1977.
4 4 Income Producing Activities/Occupations, typed mss.
4 5 Marriage and Family [1977].
4 6 Marriage, Family and Work.
4 7 Tourism - Changing Patterns; typed mss.
4 8 Water Supply - Domestic.
4 9 Outline, bibliography, and fragments [1977].
4 10 Original proposal; draft of project description, questionnaires, and notes, July, 1976-Feb. 1977.
4 11 Elmendorf and Merrill - "Socio-Economic Impact of Development in Chan Kom - 1971-1976: Rural Women Participate in Change." Reorganization and correspondence from Merrill to Elmendorf [1977]
4 12 Correspondence with World Bank staff re: Socio-Economic Impact, including Terms of Reference, Back to Office Report, accompanied by research proposal, questionnaires, drafts, and notes, 1976-1977.
4 13 Correspondence with Human Organization editor and reviewers' comments on "Socio-Economic Impact," 1977-1978.

Field Notes, 1973-1977

Box Folder
4 14 notebook, Aug. 1976.
4 15 notebook, Aug-Oct 1976.
4 16 notebook, Sept., 1976.
4 17 notebook, Oct 1976.
4 18 Merrill. Independent Project Description, Research Proposal for Fieldwork in Chan Kom, and "The Religious Complex of the Quintana Roo Maya: a Study in Hispanic-American Acculturation," 1973-1974.
4 19 [Merrill, Deborah] Field Work Experiences in Chan Kom, Aug. - Sept., 1974.
4 20 Chart on labor patterns [1976?].
4 21 Completed questionnaires from interviews [1976].
4 22 Memorandum from Judith D. Albert, Oct. 6, 1976, on rural development and Elmendorf notes.
4 23 Miscellaneous - Charts, maps, bibliography, pages [ca. 1976]
4 24 Outline for in depth interview with thirteen - twenty women [ca. 1976]
4 25 Project description for grant application to [Social Science Research Council/Wenner-Green] for study of migration of young women from Chan Kom [ca. 1974]
4 26 Road. Chart Diagramming the Impact of the Road on Chan Kom [ca. 1977]

Behavior Among Mayan Women, 1977-1979

In 1977, Mary Elmendorf, with the collaboration of Alfonso Villa Rojas of Mexico, began the project titled "Behavior among Mayan Women." The project was sponsored by the Research Institute for the Study of Man (RISM) and funded by the Office of Population, Bureau for Development Support, Agency for International Development (AID). The ultimate purpose of the study was to detail how the Mayan women of Chan Kom view family planning and how they handle the cultural constraints and supports. The project was designed to "(1) augment the basic knowledge of changing roles and status of women in fertility behavior in relation to education/learning and female employment/ economic opportunities; and (2) provide basic information for implementing an improved module for a maternal/child health/family planning service." The final write-up of the project resulted in several papers by different authors; therefore there is some duplication in the material. The field work consisted of six months in Yucatan studying the (1) changing roles and status of women, (2) household economy and the contributions of men, women and children, (3) spatial mobility, including migration patterns and how they relate to education, work and world views, and (4) communication and decision-making of couples. Both Elmendorf and Villa Rojas had previously conducted research in the Yucatan area and had established a series of relationships and contacts. Villa Rojas conducted research in three additional villages, one of which was Piste, providing limited material for comparative data. The paper titled "Behavior among Mayan Women in the Yucatan Peninsula in Relation to Demographic and Technological Change" provides an in-depth discussion of the project itself, including the methodology, participants and resulting papers. Several papers were prepared for seminars or conferences. "Changing Patterns of Fertility" was presented at the Society for Applied Anthropology in 1980. "Changing Family Structures and Development: Impact on the Child" was prepared for the conference of the Midwest Association for Latin American Studies, Michigan State University, October 1979. "Changing Roles and Status of Maya Mothers and Daughters" was prepared for the annual meeting of Society for Applied Anthropology, March 1979. And finally, "Changing Roles of Mayan Women in the Home and in the Market Place" was presented at the First Mexican/Central American Symposium on Research about Women, Mexico City, Mexico, in November, 1977. Related to the fertility project are a series of slides taken between 1971 and 1979. A set of slides of a traditional Mayan birth was taken by Brigette Jordan. (For more information, see the Audio-Visual series, 5.).


Papers and Drafts, 1977-1982

Box Folder
5 1 "Anita and Her Family: A Maya Peasant Woman Copes," typed ms., 1979.
5 2 "Anita and Her Family, a Maya Peasant Woman Copes," draft, June, 1979.
5 3 "Anita: A Mayan Peasant Woman Copes," Studies in Family Planning, v. 10, no. 11/12 (Nov/Dec 1979) with correspondence and proof, 1979-1980.
5 4 "Behavior Among Mayan Women in the Yucatan Peninsula in Relation to Demographic and Technological Change;" Composite Report, final, October, 1979.
5 5 "Behavior Among Mayan Women in the Yucatan Peninsula in Relation to Demographic and Technological Change," draft composite report, final, Oct. 30, 1979.
5 6 "Behavior Among Mayan Women in Yucatan in Relation to Demographic Change," research proposal [1977]
5 7 "Chan Kom: Workers Outside the Village" and other drafts from "Changing Roles and Status of Maya Mothers," 1978.
5 8 "Changing Family Structures and Development: Impact on the Child" in Seminar on Social Change and the Child. Working draft for Conference on Population Growth and Urbanization in Latin America: The Rural-Urban Interface, Michigan State University, Oct. 11-13, 1979.
5 9 "Changing Family Structures under Development: Impact on the Child," [1979]
5 10 ["Changing Patterns of Fertility: The Impact of Contraceptive Technology on a Maya Village,"] early draft (1) with correspondence, Dec., 1979.
5 11 "Changing Patterns of Fertility: The Impact of Contraceptive Technology on a Maya Village" early draft (2) [ca. Feb. 1980]
5 12 "Changing Patterns of Fertility: The Impact of Contraceptive Technology on a Maya Village" - RISM Working Paper [ca. 1980?]
5 13 "Changing Patterns of Fertility: The Impact of Contraceptive Technology on a Maya Village," revised, shortened version [ca. Feb., 1981?]
5 14 "Changing Patterns of Fertility: The Impact of Contraceptive Technology on a Maya Village" [Revised, shortened draft (2), Feb., 1981]
5 15 "Changing Patterns of Fertility: the Impact of Contraceptive Technology on a Maya Village,"[Revised, shortened draft (3), Feb., 1981]
6 1 "Changing Patterns of Fertility: the Impact of Contraceptive Technology on a Maya Village," Symposium on "Population Research as Applied Anthropology," SAA Annual Meeting, Denver, March, 1980.
6 2 "Changing Patterns of Fertility: the Impact of Contraceptive Technology on a Maya Village," [draft submitted to Studies in Family Planning?] 1980 with editor's and reviewers responses, 1980-1982.(5/8)
6 3 "Changing Role of Maya Mothers and Daughters," draft, and reprint from Women and Technological Change in Developing Countries, 1979.
6 4 "Changing Roles and Status of Maya Mothers and Daughters in Relation to Marriage and the Family in Yucatan," Scheduled to appear in Women and Technological Change in Developing Countries, 1979.
6 5 "Changing Roles and Status of Maya Mothers and Daughters in Relation to Marriage and the Family in Yucatan," Presented at the Symposium: Changing Behavior Patterns of Yucatec Maya Regarding Marriage and Fertility, SAA Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, March 14 -17, 1979.
6 6 "Changing Roles and Status of Maya Mothers and Daughters in Relation to Marriage and Family in Yucatan," discussion draft, abstracts, and appendices including trip reports, review of project, and quarterly reports, 1978-1979.
6 7 "Changing Roles and Status of Mayan Women in the Home and in the Market Place," draft, including Dictaphone belts, 1977.
6 8 "The Changing Roles of Mayan Women -- in the Home and in the Market Place: A Rural-Urban-Continuum," Working draft prepared for the First Mexican/Central American Symposium on Research about Women, Nov. 7-9, 1977.
6 9 Elmendorf and Villa Rojas - "La posicion de la mujer en el proceso de cambio demografico de una comunidad Maya del estado de Yucatan - Mexico" (Project statement presented to CONACYT) [1977?]
6 10 Elmendorf - "Los roles cambiantes de las mujeres Mayas en el hogar y en la vida publica." Working draft prepared for the First Mexican/Central American Symposium on Research about Women, Nov. 7-9, 1977.

Papers by Colleagues, 1976-1984

Box Folder
6 11 Accame, Jorge. "Development Variables and Demographic Change: Chan Kom, Yucatan, 1976 to 1978," "draft only," 65 p., October, 1979, revised Nov. 10, 1979.
6 12 Jordan, Brigette - "Birth in Four Countries: A Cross Cultural Investigation of Childbirth in Yucatan, Holland, Sweden, and the United States" (1978).
6 13 Jordan, Brigette - "A Cross Cultural Investigation of Childbirth Practices - Research Plan" [1976]
6 14 "Maya Women and the End of the Birthing Period: Postpartum Massage-and-Binding in Yucatan, Mexico," by Nancy Fuller and Brigette Jordan; typed ms., July 1, 1979.
6 15 [Jordan] "Report on Field Research in Yucatan with Recommendations for Incorporating Traditional Birth Attendants in Family Planning Programs," for submission to RISM, Sept. 30, 1979.
6 16 [Jordan] "Training Courses for Traditional Midwives in Yucatan, Mexico," for the American Public Health Association [1979]
7 1 Merrill, Deborah, "Commercial Beekeeping as a Production Strategy," Project Proposal, Oct 1979.
7 2 Merrill, Deborah, - "The Economic Role of Children in Peasant Societies: Towards an Approach to Research," Elmendorf -Villas Rojas Project, Jan 25, 1979.
7 3 Sands, Deborah Merrill. "Commercial Beekeeping or Migrant Wage Labor: Alternative Cash Strategies in the Peasant Economy of Chan Kom, Yucatan." Society for Applied Anthropology Meeting, San Diego, April, 1983.
7 4 Merrill - "Household Labor Allocation and the Contribution of Children: Chan Kom, Yucatan, Mexico," Elmendorf-Villas Rojas Project, May 29, 1979.
7 5 Sands, Deborah Merrill. "The Mixed Subsistence-Commercial Production System in the Peasant Economy of Yucatan, Mexico: an Anthropological Study in Commercial Beekeeping," thesis, Cornell University, 1984.
7 6 Villa Rojas, Alfonso - "La Mujer Maya y el control de la natalidad," Informe final. RISM, 1979.
7 7 Villa Rojas, Alfonso - "La Posicion de la mujer ante el cambio demographico," Segundo informe trimestral de trabajo de campo, Sept. - Dec., 1978.
7 8 Villa Rojas, Alfonso - "La Posicion de la mujer ante el cambio demographico," Informe final y recommendaciones, October, 1979.
7 9 Villa Rojas -"Terapeutica indigena y medicina moderna entre los Mayas de hoy: El proceso de transicion en las ultimas decadas," Discussion draft for Society of Applied Anthropology meeting, Philadelphia, March 1979.
7 10 Villa Rojas, Alfonso - "Terapeutica tradicional y medicina moderna entre los Mayos de Yucatan," [ca. 1976]
7 11 [Villas Rojas, Alfonso? Untitled ms. fragment] pp. 20-91 [ca. 1979?]

Case Studies: Notes and Interviews with Specific Individuals, Circa 1979

Box Folder
8 1 Ampara Arcena y Eduardo Plutarco.
8 2 Anastasia Chulin Cen.
8 3 Anita Eusebia.
8 4 Anita Eusebia, Demetrio Quiltillano.
8 5 Antonio Luz Eus Trini.
8 6 Bartol (Gabriela) and her family.
8 7 Berta and Juan-Martina Castilo Batun y Justo Tamaya Paston Dzul.
8 8 Domenga.
8 9 Elsie Cime Hu.
8 10 Epifania.
8 11 Fransica Caamal Cen / Eusebio Cauich Caamal.
8 12 Honoria Estrella Ceme.
8 13 Juanita.
8 14 Marce Lina-Catafina.
8 15 Marciala Batun Poot.
8 16 Margarita Castro Cohuo.
8 17 Maria(Anna) Umberto.
8 18 Mecab Family.
8 19 Paula Hu Perera.
8 20 Perreras.
8 21 Rosa Marie Cime Kuyoc/Jose Arimateo.
8 22 Rosie Cime EK(Estrella).
8 23 Severiana Hu Cime.
8 24 Victoria, Alvaro, Atala, Aurelio.
8 25 Victoria Caamal/Jose Delores, May Tzel.
8 26 Interview with Partero [male midwife] Jose (Eusebia's brother) in Muxcuxcah, Jan. 11, 1979.

Correspondence and miscellaneous documents, 1973-1981

Box Folder
9 1 Primarily relating to the Behavior among Mayan Women project, 1977-1981. Principal correspondents include Vera Rubin and Eduardo Flores.
9 2 Brigette Jordan, 1979 [n.d.].
9 3 Deborah Merrill, 1973-1981 [n.d.].

Field Notes, 1976-1981

Box Folder
9 4 Notes / Journal - excerpts; 1976.
9 5 Case Studies; excerpts from notes, 1977.
9 6 Notebook, Dec. 1977
9 7 Notebook- RISM, 1977.
9 8 Journal; Jan 1978.
9 9 Journal; March-April 1978.
9 10 Journal; July 1978.
9 11 Journal Sept 1978.
9 12 Journal ca. Oct., 1978
9 13 Dec 1978.
9 14 Jan 1979.
9 15 Feb 1979 (Midwives Training - Summary to precede tapes).
9 16 June 1979.
10 1 Aug. 1979.
10 2 Jan. 1981.
10 3 Notebook and Transcription on "Natural Fertility" and Training Program; 1981.
10 4 Jordan, Brigette; (1979?).
10 5 Jordan, Brigette - papers removed from notebook similar to Field notes; also includes photographs of post-partum mothers, a. ms., "Life History of D.J.," and miscellaneous material.
10 6 Merrill, Deborah. Children and Work ; July, 1978.
10 7 Merrill, Deborah. Journal, August, 1978.
10 8 Merrill, Deborah. Spiral notebook with subject notes on children and agriculture, and diary, July-August, 1978.
10 9 Villa Rojas, Alfonso. Diario de Chan Kom, 1978.
10 10 Villa Rojas, Alfonso; 1978.

Trip Reports, 1977-1978

Box Folder
10 11 Reports and Quarterly Summary, and memoranda by Elmendorf and Villas Rojas (Oct 1977 - Jan 1978).
10 12 Report and Quarterly Summary (Jan 1978 - April 1978).
10 13 Report and Quarterly Summary (June-Sept 1978)
10 14 Report by Deborah Merrill (July-Aug 1978).
10 15 Quarterly Report (Nov 1978 - Jan 1979).
10 16 Report and Extended Field Notes (Nov., 1978 - Feb., 1979).
10 17 Report and Selected Field Notes with Appendices: Proposal for Sewing Workshop in Chan Kom," prepared by Jorge Rodriguez, June 1979, and "Technical brief: On Bandage and Sanitary Towel Production," by R. Weightmann, March, 1979.
10 18 Report and Selected Field Notes (July-Aug 1979).

Project Documents, 1977-1980

Box Folder
11 1 Population Research Grant Application: Behavior among Mayan Women in Yucatan in Relation to Demographic Change, with Resumes of Elmendorf and Villa Rojas [1977]
11 2 Research Proposal [1977].
11 3 Budget and Financial Records [1977-1979].
11 4 Review of Project: Sept., 1977 to Oct. 1978, Oct. 10, 1978. 25 pp.
11 5 Review of Project: Sept., 1977 to Oct. 1978, November 8, 1978. 27 pp.
11 6 RISM/AID Project Staff and Consultants; typed and autograph notes [ca. 1978].
11 7 List of Project Contacts with letter from Vera Rubin (RISM) Oct. 2, 1979.
11 8 Miscellaneous notes for Report [1979?].
11 9 Final reports and correspondence [1979?].
11 10 Proposal for Renewal/Extension of RISM Project in Yucatan (English and Spanish) [1979?].
11 11 Preliminary Project Proposal by Mary Elmendorf for study on pregnancy histories, January, 1980.

Subject Notes, 1978-1979

Box Folder
11 12 Beekeeping, cattle, milpa and Chan Kom families [notes by D. Merrill? ca. 1978].
11 13 Elmendorf, Miscellaneous autograph and typed project notes [1978-1979?].
11 14 Formas de conducta entre las mujeres Mayas de Yucatan en relacion con el cambio demographico [ca. 1978]
11 15 Midwives Participating in Training Courses (1979).
11 16 Parteras (Midwives); miscellaneous notes [ca.1979].
11 17 Photographs of child delivery, midwife training course, etc. [ca. 1979].
11 18 Sewing Cooperative, Chan Kom; manuscripts and notes, 1978-1979.
11 19 Working Papers related to Preliminary Study; notes.
11 20 Women, ages 15-49; notes and coding sheets [ca. 1978].

Research Instruments, 1975-1978

Box Folder
11 21 General Household and Other Questionnaires, 1975.
11 22 Questionnaire forms for collecting data on women, fertility, birth control, etc. [ca. 197-?]
11 23 Responses to questionnaire given by Elmendorf in Chan Kom re: fertility, reproduction, etc., 1978

Program for the Introduction and Adaptation of Contraceptive Technology (PIATA/PIACT), 1979-1982

While in Chan Kom, Dr. Elmendorf utilized materials from PIATA in her research on fertility issues. These included pamphlets which were geared toward people who could not read, but who showed interest in contraception. Included here are examples of the materials and various background information. Also included are completed surveys by women of Chan Kom.


Box Folder
11 24 Bibliography on Family Planning in Mexico and correspondence with editor, Evelyn Aron (PIATA) 1979-1981
11 25 Correspondence - Maria Elena Casanova (PIACT de Mexico) re: Contraceptive support material for the Mayan population with reports and proposal for project by Mary Elmendorf, n.d. [1979]-1982
11 26 Memorandum, correspondence, brochures, etc. re: PIACT (PIATA) 1979-1980
11 27 Printed pamphlets concerning contraception for people who don't read (PIATA) [ca. 1979]
11 28 Survey forms of Chan Kom women, evaluating the use of the PIATA pamphlets [ca. 1979]

Population Data, 1978

Box Folder
12 1 Accame, Jorge, Notes and Coding Sheets [ca. 1978].
12 2 Census by women and other data [ca. 1978].
12 3 Census - General Population Census of 1970, 1978 - coding sheets.
12 4 Data on Chan Kom families [ca.1978].
12 5 Data on Marital status and labor, notes by ME.
12 6 Demographic and Census (includes census questionnaire) 1979.
12 7 Demographics - Births - Chan Kom, 1933-1977 (2 notebooks).
12 8 Demographics - Deaths - Chan Kom, 1934-1979 (noteooks).
12 9 Demographics - Marriages - Chan Kom, 1958-1978 (notebook).
12 10 Demography - Population - Chan Kom [ca. 1978].
12 11 Demography - Statistics [ca.1978].
12 12 Fertility Data, Chan Kom [charts, ca. 1978].
12 13 Household Composition of Chan Kom Residents and Other data [ca. 1978].
12 14 Population and School Enrollment - Information from the State of Yucatan Archives, per decades since 1930 and other data [1978]
12 15 Population Coding Sheets [1978].

Secondary material, 1953-1981

Box Folder
13 1 Accion indigenista, etc., 1953-1957 (Relates to Chiapas in 1950's. Cited in the Guggenheim application, folder 24).
13 2 Boletin indigenista, vo. 13:2 (June, 1953).
13 3 "Chan Kom, un ejemplo de la laboriosidad del campesino," Diario de Yucatan, July 9, 1979
13 4 Family Planning and women's health publications (English and Spanish) [1978-1979]
13 5 Family Planning/Decision Making - (World Health Organization) 1977
13 6 Family Planning in Mexico (1979)
13 7 Fawcett, James - The Satisfactions and Costs of Children: Theories, Concepts and Methods (1972)
13 8 Garcia Canul, Antonia - "Informacion basica para el programe estatal de planificacion familiar" (1978) - (English and Spanish)
13 9 Gillespie, Vivian H. Papers on the role of women in Nicaragua, letter to Mary Elmendorf, and sample of questionnaire [1976]
13 10 Hollerback-Hass, Paula - "Fertility Decision-Making in the Latin American Context," 1976
13 11 Macias, Ann. "Mexican Women in the Social Revolution," with correspondence [ca. 1973]
13 12 Melville, M.-"Mexican-American Women Adapt to Migration" (1977)
13 13 "Mexican Women (And Others Closely Related to Their Network)," Sketch and names of more than 80 women interested in Mexico.
13 14 National Research Council, Workshop (Feb 1981): Anthropology of Human Fertility by Priscilla Reinig.
13 15 National Research Council, Workshop (Feb 1981): Anthropology of Human Fertility
13 16 Romalis, Shelly - "Childbearing and the Body Politic" [1978]
13 17 Schulma, D.P. - "Maya Women's Behavior in Medical Centers" (1976)
13 18 Trent, Roger B. "A Construct Validity Analysis of Ideal Family Size" with Elmendorf annotations [1974]
13 19 Villa Rojas, "The Maya of Yucatan," photocopy from unidentified book, annotated by Mary Elmendorf [ca. 1978?]

Retrospective Papers, 1994

Box Folder
13 20 "Chiapas - the Highland Maya, 1950-1994"; Wisdom of the Maya Conference, Gainesville, March 23-26, 1994, and Panel in Honor of Alfonso Villas Rojas, Society of Applied Anthropological, Cancun, April 13-17, 1994.
13 21 "The Many Worlds of Mayan Women," Wisdom of the Maya Conference, Gainesville, March 20-26, 1994.
13 22 Maya Related Material; letter to the files from Mary Elmendorf, March 21, 1994.
13 23 "Panel in Honor of Alfonso Villas Rojas: a Legacy of Applied Anthropology." Introduction prepared by Mary Elmendorf. Society of Applied Anthropology, Cancun, 1994.
13 24 Remembrances from the 1950's [Mayans', etc. view of how development influenced violence in Chiapas] application for Guggenheim Foundation grant and correspondence with foundation officers, co-researchers, and references, 1994.
13 25 "Una Propuesta indigena para contribuir a la paz de las regiones indigenas de Chiapas," [by the Frente Independiente de Pueblos Indios?] faxed Jan. 9, 1994, with annotations and page of notes by M.E.

Computer Printouts and Punched Cards

With the help of Sharon Kirkmeyer and RISM, Mary Elmendorf used the Statistical Program for the Social Sciences (SPSS) to analyze the demographic information collected in Chan Kom. Various computer printouts and coding reference sheets are included.


Box Folder
14 1 Preghist - A; Chan Kom - subsample of 29 women; May 18, 1979.
14 2 Intermediate Product; Preghist - B; Chan Kom subset (N=29); Shows single year matrix; May 18, 1979.
14 3 Finished Product; Preghist - B; Women of Chan Kom (N=136); Suppress printing of single year matrix; May 18, 1979.
14 4 Mary's Preghist Program, Data, July 3, 1979.
14 5 Original Data Set; Neonatal death; July 21, 1979.
14 6 Mini Pregnancy History Tabulation Program (2 parts).
14 7 Mary's Preg Hist Program, July 3, 1979 (3 parts).
14 8 Discriminant Analysis.
14 9 Crosstabs.
14 10 Frequencies: Uncontrolled (all women in data set).
14 11 Chan Kom Birth Interval Analysis.
14 12 Analysis of Birth Variance.
14 13 "Chan Kom" run printed output.
14 14 "Chan Kom" run punched output.
14 15 Small birth interval due to low parity young generation.
14 16 Condescriptive for FAMPLAN people / Elite.
14 17 Original Pregnancy History, May, 1979.
14 18 Code for computer cards (for all data).
14 19 Coding Reference for computer cards.
14A1 1 Husbands with Household economic data.
14A1 2 Pregnancy History Program A.
14A2 3 Pregnancy History Program B.
14A2 4 Dec., 1978 Household Survey of all living people in Chan Kom.
14B 1 Computer punch cards. Pregnancy History -140CKQ- in and out ot town, including dead.
14C 1 Computer punch cards.

Chan Kom Note Cards, Circa 1971-1979

The note cards are largely unsorted and from various periods in Elmendorf's Chan Kom experience. Cards in box 15 are generally older and appear to be dissertation notes. Some bibliographical notes are included. Most of the notes in Box 16 are on individual families and pregnancy histories, collected in the late seventies.


Box Folder
15 1 Chan Kom Note Cards [ca. 1971-1979].
16 1 Chan Kom Note Cards [ca. 1971-1979].


Series 1 - Accession 2: Mayan Women in Chan Kom, 1967-1979,

6 boxes.

Field Notes

Box
1 Loose, unsorted Field Notes of Alfonso Villa Rojas and Mary Elmendorf, ca. 1978. Cf. Series 1, Boxes 15-16.

Miscellaneous papers, 1972-2002

Box
2 The Majority-Minority: An Unused Resource. Mary Lindsay Elmendorf. Typed ms., (Xerox). "Draft--not for publication, March, 1972." 12 [2] p. Cf. Series 1, Box 2/3.
2 Mayan Indian Women and Social Change in Mexico, by Mary Lindsay Elmendorf. Paper presented at Conference on Human Potential and Human Use. Ohio-Wesleyan University, April 20-22, 1972. Typed ms., 49 pp. Autograph revisions.
2 Voies nouvelles pour les pasaynnes: Apercus dans un village du Yucatan par Mary Elmendorf. Etude preparee pour le Seminaire sur: Les femmes et le development. American Association for the Advancement of Science, PNUD, UNITAR, and CONYACT. Mexico, Mexico, 16-18 June 1975.
2 Mexico - Network, ca. 197? Notes on Elmendorf's contacts in Mexico.
2 Notes on "Role of Women" and CIMMYT, with copy of journal article [ca. 1971?]
2 Special Information [re Mary Elmendorf] for the Union Graduate School, June 30, 1972
2 Mayan Women and Change, thesis draft, abstract.
2 Elmendorf's Mayan writings, set of papers numbered 1-9.
2 Union Graduate School - Correspondence and roster, 1974.
2 Vera Rubin (RISM) Memorial Symposium - (AAA, Washington, 1985).
2 Villa Rojas, Alfonso. Modernizacion y ansiedad en un pueblo maya, typed ms. with letter to ME, submitting ms., AAA Panel in honor of Vera Rubin, 1986. Notes by Elmendorf.
2 Experimento de convivencia international (Elderhostel) re course on The Mayan World, 1989.
2 Promaya; research proposal to NSF by John R. Sosa and Betty B. Faust, 1991; with review by Elmendorf.
2 Re Cruz, Alicia. Two Milpas of Chan Kom: A Study of Socioeconomic and Political Transformations in a Maya Community. Ph.D. dissertation, State University of New York at Albany, 1992. With ms. note by ME on cover.
3 Re Cruz, Alicia. Two Milpas: A Maya Community in Crisis. Ms. copy used and annotated by ME as a reader for proposed publication by State University of New York Press, with correspondence, 1994.
3 Nash, June. The Revindication of Indigenous Identity, 1994. Panel in honor of Alfonso Villa Rojas.
3 Elmendorf, Mary. Statement re "Zapatista rebellion," 1994 (March 5, 1994).
3 The Many Worlds of Mayan Women. The Wisdom of the Maya; 43rd annual conference, Center for Latin American Studies, University of Florida, March 20-26, 1994.
3 The Many Worlds of Mayan Women, computer print-out; revised May 18, 1994, with bibliography, June 15, 1994.
3 The Many Worlds of Mayan Women -Documentation. Papers by Buckles, Kintz, Macias, Miller, Morfit and Truman (with correspondence).
3 Research application and correspondence to Guggenheim Foundation re Chiapas in the 1950's (1994).
3 Research Plan / Mary Elmendorf (Chiapas) [1994?]
3 Letters to James M. Hester, et al re rejected Guggenheim proposal (Chiapas), Jan. 11, 1995
3 Chiapas - Secondary material; clippings about Chiapan Mayans from the 1950's.
3 Chiapas Material, ca. 1975-77
3 Chiapas material, primarily e-mail, 1994-2002
4 Miraftab, Farfanak. Old Enemies, New Rivals, Future Partners? The Case of State-NGO Relations in Mexico. Berkeley: University of California, 1996. Ms. notation by ME, July, 1996. Accompanied by other documents on NGO's and Mexico, with notes by ME.
4 Cruz, Alicia Re. Disruption of People's Health and Social Order. La Canicula among the Yucatec Mayas, of Mexico [ca. 1996]. Typed ms., with notations by ME.
4 Na Molay, First Congress of Mayan women, 1997.
4 Elmendorf, Mary. Paper on "Political and cultural ecology of the Yucatec Maya," originally given at 1997 AAA panel, prepared as background material for "A Place Called Chiapas," 2001 Gulf Coast Chapter/UNIFEM film festival, Feb. 2001.
4 Remembrances of Times Past with Fernando Camara Barbachno by Mary Elmendorf. Typed ms., March 31, 1999. 5 p. With copy of Antropologia e historia mexicanas: Homenaje al maestro Fernando Camara Barbachano, 2001, with presentation from Barbaachno to ME.
4 Packet of Material for "Participants of the SfAA Tour to Chan Kom Saturday, March 31, 2001." Includes photographs.
4 Kintz, Ellen. Maya Gardens. SFAA Meeting, Spring 2001.
4 Smardon, Richard C. "Assessing Heritage Values and Functions of Wetlands in Southern Mexico," Paper presented at SFAA Meeting, 2001, with presentation letter to ME.
4 UNIFEM Visit to Chan Kom, Nov. 6-16,2001 - Preliminary information
4 UNIFEM Visit to Chan Kom, Nov. 6-16,2001 - Chan Kom packet
4 UNIFEM Visit to Chan Kom, Nov. 6-16,2001 - Photographs
4 Elmendorf. Memories of Midwife Training in Mexico, 1952-2002. Perspectives of an 85 year-old Anthropologist. Prepared for the First International Conference on Professional Midwifery and Self-regulation. San Miguel de Allende, June 19-22, 2002. Manuscript, 22 p., conference material, and background.

Rights, Resources, Cultures and Conservation in Maya Communities of Yucatan, Mexico, 1952-1962

The 1997 American Anthropological Society meeting included a Panel in Honor of Mary Elmendorf, with concluding comments by her. These papers and others are being edited into a volume entitled "Rights, Resources, Cultures and Conservation in Maya Communities of Yucatan, Mexico: Studies Inspired by the Work of Mary Elmendorf," (ed. Betty Faust and E. N. Anderson. Greenwood Press, in Press), including two chapters by Mary Elmendorf. One of these, "The Many Worlds of Mayan Women," is an extended version of a presentation given at the 1994 University of Florida seminar, "The Wisdom of the Maya." The other "Conclusions: Reflections on Rights, Resources, Culture and Conservation in Participatory Research" is an extension of Elmendorf's remarks given to the Panel.

The Papers include a manuscript of the complete book, drafts of individual chapters, especially those by Elmendorf, drafts of the Papers from the AAA Panel, and e-mail regarding the preparations for the Panel and for the editing and publication of the book. Several of the drafts include Elmendorf's autograph notations.


Book Manuscript and Drafts of Many Worlds of Mayan Women

Box
5 "Rights, Resources, Cultures and Conservation in Maya Communities of Yucatan, Mexico: Studies Inspired by the Work of Mary Elmendorf," (editors: Betty Bernice Faust, E. N. Andersen and John G. Frazier. Typed ms., xix, 430 p., missing Chapter 11, pp. 397-341. With autograph notes by Mary Elmendorf.
5 "Rights, Resources, Cultures and Conservation in Maya Communities of Yucatan, Mexico: Studies Inspired by the Work of Mary Elmendorf," (editors: Betty Bernice Faust, E. N. Andersen and John G. Frazier. Typed ms., xix, 430 p., missing Chapter 11, pp. 397-341. With autograph notes by Mary Elmendorf.
5 The Many Worlds of Mayan Women by Mary Lindsay Elmendorf. 1994. Typed ms., 14, 12 pp. With a. notes added by ME. Cf. Series 1, Box 13/21.
5 The Many Worlds of Mayan Women, July, 1999. Typed ms., 79 p.
5 The Many Worlds of Mayan Women, typed ms., fragment [20 p] With note from Chris Abram, May 6, 2001.
5 The Many Worlds of Mayan Women by Mary Elmendorf. Typed ms., 63 p., and Endnotes, p. 65-74, and Bibliography, 69-113. June 21 and 25, 2001, with note that they are superseded by the final version, July 2, 2001. Accompanied by a separate printout of Abbreviations and Endnotes, pp. 96-106.
5 The Many World of Mayan Women by Mary Elmendorf. Typed ms., 112 p. Accompanied by a computer disk, dated July 3, 2001.
5 The Many Worlds of Mayan Women (Chapter 3). Partially dated April 8, 2002. 85 p. "Editing by Jack Frazier.
5 The Many Worlds of Mayan Women (Chapter 3) pp. 54-123 and "Conclusions: Reflections on Rights, Resources, Culture and Conservation in Participatory Research" (Chapter 13), pp. 394-428. Computer output, recording deletions and other changes. Also a Table of Changes, 6 p. Note by ME: "Final edited chapters for The Book." Computer dated, October 19, 2002.

Drafts of "Conclusions"

Box
6 Reflections on Rights, Resources, and Responsibilities in Participatory Research by Mary Lindsay Elmendorf. Typed draft, 24 p. With copy of email, July 10, 1999, transmitting to editors Anderson and Faust..
6 Reflections on Rights, Resources, and Responsibilities in Participatory Research by Mary Lindsay Elmendorf. Drafts, January and May 14, 2001. Version of Panel remarks with introduction, submitted to book editor, Betty Faust.
6 Conclusions: Reflections on Rights, Resources, and Responsibilities in Participatory Research by Mary Lindsay Elmendorf. Typed ms., 35 pp. "As sent to Faust, May 21, 2001, as partially edited by Mary, May 30." With title page and Table of Contents.
6 Conclusions: Reflections on Rights, Resources, and Responsibilities in Participatory Research by Mary Lindsay Elmendorf. Typed ms., 35 pp. "As sent to Faust, May 21, 2001, as partially edited by Mary, May 30." With title page and Table of Contents. Revised 10/24/01.

Drafts of Other Chapters

Box
6 Introduction, by E. N. Anderson and B. Faust. Typed ms.
6 Re Cruz, Alicia. Working with People and Places through Action.
6 Andrews, Joann M. Conservation Efforts of Pronatura
6 Ericson, Jenny. Population and Land-Use: An Essential Link for Conservation in Calakmul.
6 Andersen, E. N. Valuing the Maya Forest.
6 Betty B. Faust. End of Innocense [Sic]: Overused Forests and Under-used Traditions
6 Bascope, Grace. Economic, Political, and Environmental Change in a Yucatan Village, Chapter 7. 18 p.
6 Forrest, David. The Landscape of Santa Rita Komchen.
6 Kintz, Ellen R. and Amanda S. Ritchie. The Transformation of Paradise: Deep, Social, and Political Ecology among the Yucatec Maya of Coba, Quintana Roo, Mexico. A Dialogical Approach. Abstract only.
6 Glusker, S. Human Rights among the Maya. 66 p. March 11, 2001.
6 Frazer, John G. The Yucatan Syndrome.
6 [Nash, June] Living in a Mayan World [Draft of Foreword to Rights, Resources, and Conservation in the Land of the Maya]
6 Rights, Resources, and Conservation in the Land of the Maya - Prospectus and summaries,

Drafts of Papers given at Mary Elmendorf Panel

The drafts may have been written before the conference, or later as earliest drafts for the book Typed mss., with extensive autograph revisions.


Box
6 Anderson, E. N. Valuing the Maya Forest [Paper 1]
6 Kintz, Ellen R. and Amanda S. Ritchie. The Transformation of Paradise [Paper 3]
6 Bascope, Grace. Economic, Political, and Environmental Changes in a Yucatan Village [Paper 4]
6 [Leslie, Karen] The Privatization of Common-Property Marine Resources in a Quintana Roo Fishing Community [Paper 5]
6 Forrest, David W. Metaphor and the construction of community in Mani, Yucatan. Draft paper [8]
6 Frazier, J. G. The "Tectetan" Syndrome in Biological Conservation Activities [Paper 6]
6 Re Cruz, Alicia. Working with Peoples and Places through Action. In Yuctaec Maya Political and Cultural Ecology: Papers in Honor of Mary Elmendorf [Paper 10] Notes pertaining to Remarks of 11/19-23/97 by Alicia Cruz; e-mails.
6 E-mails re AAA program, 1997; draft of Comments (by ME)?; Papers by Alicia RE Cruz and E. N. Anderson, and Reflections on rights, Resources, and Responsibilities in Participatory Research by Mary Lindsay Elmendorf, typed ms., 46 p; 4-22 msg.; program.
6 Rights, Resources, Culture and Conservation in the Land of the Maya. Draft title page, book summary, fragmentary drafts of Conclusions, and e-mail between Mary Elmendorf, Betty Faust and others 1997-98.

E-mails

E-mails relating to the editing and publication of the book, primarily between Elmendorf and Faust.


Box
6 Emails. 1999-[bulk] 2000
6 Emails. 2001
6 Emails. 2002


Series 2: Early Career and Women's Studies (CARE, Peace Corps, Overseas Educational Fund, Ford Foundation, and USAID), 1952-1982

3 Linear feet. 6 boxes.

Contains manuscripts, working papers, correspondence, and other records from Elmendorf's career as chief of the CARE office in Mexico (0.5 box), as a consultant to the Overseas Education Fund of the League of Women Voters and the Peace Corps (1.5 boxes), and from several research projects regarding the roles of Latin American women. Her essay "Mexico: Many Worlds of Women" was published in Women: Role and Status in Eight Countries, (ed. Janet Giele and Audrey Smock, 1976). In addition to Elmendorf's chapter, the series contains manuscripts and working papers from other contributors as well (3 boxes). Manuscripts and related material are also included for Elmendorf's "Suggestions Recommendations, and Resources for Enhancing the Role of Women in Development: Peru, Chile, and Brazil," (1974, 1 box) prepared for the U.S. Agency for International Development, and her manuscript and related material for "The Women Governors of the Dominican Republic" (1967).


CARE Chief, Mexico, 1952-1962

In 1952 Dr. Elmendorf was appointed the first woman to head the Mexico Office of CARE. During her eight year appointment, her duties included negotiating and administering CARE's first self help community development program in Latin America, planning pilot activities related to village well-drilling, rural mobile health care, nutrition, basic education and intermediate technologies. Dr. Elmendorf also assisted in the writing and directing of a film, World Our Hands Can Build, describing community participation in a village well-drilling project. This small collection provides examples of the various assessments of well-drilling projects and related background. Also included are newspaper articles collected by Dr. Elmendorf that document her career and that of her late husband, Dr. John Elmendorf, in Mexico.


Box Folder
1 1 Mexico Well Drilling Report, Jan.-March, 1959, Memorandum on CARE-AFSC Well Drilling Pilot Project, April 21, 1960, Remarks of Frances P. Bolton, Congressional Record, June 19, 1959, and Miscellaneous documents on the well, 1959-1960.
1 2 CARE-Mexico photographs, including the well at Santa Maria Township [1959?]
1 3 CARE-Mexico's Report to the 11th World Conference [fragment?] August, 1958 and Organization Chart of CARE-Mexico [ca. 1959?]
1 4 Newspaper articles about Mary and John Elmendorf and CARE- Mexico, 1952-1960 [n.d.]
1 5 Poston, Richard W. Democracy Speaks in Many Tongues (photocopied excerpt, pp. 170-175), New York: Harper and Row, 1962. Describes Elmendorf's Participation in CARE.
1 6 Report of work of CARE-Mexico [by M.E.?] fragment, p. 7-15, with dictaphone disc [ca.1959?]
1 7 Que es CARE de Mexico? [brochure, 1959?]
1 8 Summary of CARE activities in Mexico, October, 1960.
1 9 Summary of CARE activities in Mexico, October, 1960.

Overseas Education Fund/Peace Corps 1960-1981

From 1962-1980, Dr. Elmendorf served as a consultant for the Peace Corps and the Overseas Education Fund of the League of Women Voters. Her job included (1) planning and implementing leadership training for Latin American women at Wellesley, Brown and Boston Universities (1963-1966); (2) designing and planning training workshops for women leaders and governors in the Dominican Republic (1967) and Guatemala (1968); and (3) training U. S. students for Peace Corps assignments in the Dominican Republic (1965). The collection provides examples of correspondence dealing with the training workshops and various handouts and discussion papers from the sessions. Included is a paper written by Dr. Elmendorf describing her interviews with the women governors of the Dominican Republic appointed under the president in the 1960s.


Box Folder
1 10 Correspondence (1965-1970).
1 11 Correspondence concerning "Curso" Committee, 1969.
1 12 Correspondence regarding Leadership Institute (1964-1965).
1 13 Coordinating Agency for Volunteers (Acovol).
1 14 Administration, OEF, 1975.
1 15 Central America - Development Suggestions and Plans
1 16 Colombia
1 17 Community Analysis.
1 18 Curso Dominicano de Capacitacion Civico-Social Workshop.
1 19 Dominican Republic, OEF, Personal.
1 20 Dominican Republic, Training Program, June 1969.
1 21 Fund raising.
1 22 "The Individual in a Developing Country," program, 1967.
2 1 List of Participants in OEF Training Projects.
2 2 "Manual para un Seminario-Taller," 1967.
2 3 Hooper, Janice H., "The Overseas Education Fund and Women's Role in Latin American Voluntary Associations: a Preliminary to Ongoing Evaluation," Sept., 1970.
2 4 OEF - Correspondence, memoranda, etc., 1974.
2 5 OEF Leadership Institute at Pembroke [1974]
2 6 OEF Latin American Committee Memoranda, 1967-1969.
2 7 Peace Corps-Correspondence and publications, 1964-1977.
2 8 Peace Corps- Brown-Pembroke, Correspondence, 1964-1967.
2 9 Peace Corps' Water and Sanitation, 1980-81
2 10 Pembroke Institute, Brown University, OEF, 1964-66
2 11 Publications (OEF), 1966-1973
2 12 "Role of Educated Women in Dominican Society" by J. Himelhoch and Susan Sleater, [ca. 1967?]
2 13 South America Work Plans (OEF), 1965.
2 14 "Summary of the Planning and Implementation of the First National Congress of Paraguayan Women," (OEF) 1975.
2 15 Wellesley Leadership Institute [ca. 1965].

Many Worlds of Women (Ford Foundation) 1973-1993 (bulk 1973-1986)

In 1973, Dr. Elmendorf was invited to join the Ford Foundation's first task force on women. She was asked to prepare several reports and materials for the offices in New York and Mexico City. Her research resulted in several papers: "Changing Roles and Status of Women in Mexico," "Working paper for Reporting Session, July 1973" and "Many Worlds of Women - Mexico." This last paper was subsequently published in two forms, one for the internal use of the Ford Foundation (the long version) and another in the book edited by Janet Giele and Audrey Smock, Women : Roles and Status in Eight Countries (1976). A section, "images of women," was omitted from the book, but can be read in the long version of the papers listed below. The additional papers listed here are chapters from the whole book One chapter and the conclusion are missing. The working papers section include a large portion of the references used by Dr. Elmendorf in her research.


Many Worlds of Women (Ford Foundation)

Box Folder
3 1 Elmendorf, Mary and Mary Trimble. "Changing Status of Women: Mexico," a preliminary draft, "Not for publication," Task Force on Women, Ford Foundation, November, 1973.
3 2 "Changing Status of Women in Mexico" [by] Mary Elmendorf. One draft copied from above, but with some different contents and a second draft labelled "Smock revision."
3 3 "The Many Worlds of Women: Mexico;" "draft only" [early working draft? with revisions] 56 p.
3 4 "The Many Worlds of Women: Mexico;" typed ms. of "revised" draft, 86 p.
3 5 "The Many Worlds of Women: Mexico;" copy of "Revised" draft, with revisions 86, 11 p.
3 6 "Many Worlds of Women: Mexico," ("final revision") 58, 11 p.
3 7 "Many Worlds of Women: Mexico," (draft for publication with comments by Janet Giele) May 14, 1975.
3 8 "Mexico: the Many Worlds of Women" (photocopy of publication) in Women: Roles and Status in Eight Countries, ed. by Giele and Smock (1976).
3 9 Una Mirada retrospectiva: los diversos mundos de la mujer en Mexico, 1973-1993, at Presentation of Research Materials for "The Many World of Women: Mexico" by M.E., Sept., 7, 1993.
3 10 Elmendorf, Mary - "Working Paper for Reporting Session - July 2, 1973," Mexico City, Office of the Ford Foundation," June 25, 1973.
3 11 Correspondence with Ford Foundation (1971-1975).
3 12 Correspondence with Janet Giele re publication of "Mexico: Many Worlds of Women (1973-1975).
3 13 Correspondence, re: Women in Mexico, March - April, 1975.
3 14 Ford Foundation Memoranda re: Role of Women, Women in Latin America, etc. 1972-1973.
3 15 Germain, Adrienne. Memorandum on Modification in current program priorities to include formal commitment to research and action on the status and roles of women... as they relate to fertility behavior, Dec. 31, 1973.

Many Worlds of Women - Other Papers, 1973-1975

Box Folder
4 1 Giele, Janet Zollinger - "American Women in Transition," 1975.
4 2 Giele, Janet Zollinger - "Introduction: Comparative Perspectives on Women," April, 1975.
4 3 Pharr, Susan - "The Status of Women in Japan: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives."
4 4 Smock, Audrey C - "The Roles and Status of Women in Bangladesh."
4 5 Smock, Audrey C - "The Changing Roles and Status of Women in Ghana."
4 6 Smock, Audrey and Youssef Nadie - "The Changing Roles and Status of Women in Egypt."
4 7 Sokolowska, Magdalena - "Changing Roles and Status of Women in Poland."

Many Worlds of Women - Background Research

Box Folder
4 8 Background Documents (miscellaneous notes).
4 9 Background Information and charts related to education section.
4 10 Elmendorf, Mary - Many Worlds of Women--Table VI.
4 11 Field Notes.
4 12 "Macrodata Instrument for Collection on the Roles of Women in Rural Development".
4 13 Office for Latin America and Caribbean - Social Service Conference Agenda.
4 14 Tables - Latin American Women.
4 15 Youssef, Nadie - (miscellaneous).

Many Worlds of Women - Working Papers 1972-1975

Box Folder
4 16 Acosta, Marie Claire - "Los Estereotipos de la mujer Mexicana en la cultura de masas: El caso de las fotonovelas," 1973.
4 17 Arana de Swadesh, E - "Formas de aprendizaje entre los indigenas del estado de Oaxaca," July 1973.
4 18 Arizpe, S. Lourdes - "Las Marias": un caso de migracion indigena a la Ciudad de Mexico,"
4 19 Arnold, Marigena - "La Madre abnegada: One Role among Many"
4 20 Arnold, Marigena - bibliography - "A Study in Status and Role of Mexican Mestizo Women"
5 1 Chaney, Elsa and Schmink, Marianne - "Going from Bad to Worse: Women and Modernization" (March 1974).
5 2 Chinas, Beverly - "A Role Model for Explaining Women's Roles in Isthmus Zapotec Culture" (1972).
5 3 Dere, Carmen Diana - "The Division of Labor by Sex in Agriculture: Peasant Women's Subsistence Production on the Minifundos" (1975).
5 4 Giele, Janet - "Women and the Law."
5 5 Gonzales Salazar, Gloria - "La Participacion de la mujer en la actividad laboral de Mexico" (1974).
5 6 Heredia, Bertha - "Women's Social Evaluations: Myth and Reality" (1973) - copies in English and Spanish.
5 7 Keremitsis, Davon - "The Expendables: Women Textile Workers in Mexico, Colombia, and Chile" (Nov 1974).
5 8 Logan, Kathleen - "Women in Community Development" (1978).
5 9 Lomnitz, Larissa - "La Mujer marginada en Mexico" (June 1973).
5 10 Macias, Anna - "Mexican Women in the Social Revolution."
5 11 Martinez-Alier, Verana - "The Women of Rio das Pedras: A Preliminary Report on Women's Work Patterns and Performance in Agriculture in the State of Sao Paulo, Brazil."
5 12 Moore, William and James Trowbridge - "Ford Foundation - Mexico City Office: Population Program Discussion Paper" (1972).
5 13 Nash, June - "A Critique of Social Science Models of Contemporary Latin American Reality."
5 14 Nash, June - "Certain Aspects of the Integration of Women in the Development Process: A Point of View" (June 1973).
5 15 Paul, Lois - "The Mastery of Work and the Mystery of Sex: A Highland Maya Case."
5 16 Sanders, Thomas - "Mexican Women" (Oct 1975).
5 17 Schmink, Marianne - "Dependent Development and the Division of Labor by Sex: Venezuela" (1974).
5 18 Schmink, Marianne - "Survey of Anthropological Approaches to the Analysis of Sex Roles: Latin America" (1974).
5 19 Tienda, Marta - "Perspectives on Potential Entrepreneurship among Mexican Peasant."
5 20 Tienda, Marta - "Economic Development and the Female Labor Force: The Mexican Case" (includes Resume and Correspondence with Giele).
5 21 Tienda, Marta - "Regional Differentiation and the Sectoral Transformation of the "Female Labor Force: Mexico, 1970.
5 22 Tienda, Marta - "Mexican Women - A Case of Sexual Subordination and Dependency."
5 23 Tienda, Marta - "Consuelo Sanchez: A Mosaic in Solitude."
5 24 Vasquez de Knauth, Josefina - "La Ensenanza de las ciencias sociales: un aspecto de reforma educativa" (1973).
5 25 Ware, Caroline - "Women and Society."

USAID: Enhancing the Role of Women: Peru, Chile, Brazil and World Campus Afloat, 1973-1975

Because she had previously written a paper for the Ford Foundation about the changing roles of women in Mexico, USAID asked Dr. Elmendorf to write a comparative study of women in Brazil, Chile and Peru. Dr. Elmendorf conducted research while teaching a seminar with the World Campus Afloat program, a student study/travel semester sponsored by Chapman College. The research resulted in the paper "Suggestions, Recommendations, and Resources for Enhancing the Role of Women in Development: Peru, Chile and Brazil." Only three countries are included in the final report, but the folders included in the background research section show contacts used by Dr. Elmendorf in other countries.


Papers and Drafts

Box Folder
6 1 Elmendorf, M. - "Suggestions, Recommendations and Resources for Enhancing the Role of Women in Development: Peru, Chile, and Brazil," memorandum to AID/Dec. 31, 1974. 56 p.
6 2 "Changing Status of Women: Peru, Chile, Brazil," drafts, including Bibliography, Dec., 1974.
6 3 "Narrative Statement - Chile, " December 30, 1974.
6 4 "Peru: Women's Life in Contemporary Institutions of the Society, " Field notes and Bibliography, Oct. 1974 - Jan., 1975.
6 5 Working paper - untitled about Mexico

Correspondence

Box Folder
6 6 Correspondence with Agency for International Development (AID) 1974-1975.
6 7 Correspondence and notes concerning contacts in Peru.

Background Research

Box Folder
6 8 Bibliographies on the subject of women and development.
6 9 Argentina.
6 10 Asia, India, and Oceania.
6 11 Bolivia - "Suggestions to Enhance the Role and Status of the Rural Women of Bolivia," June Turner memo to USAID/Bolivia, Dec. 6, 1974. 37 p.
6 12 Brazil - reprints and notes.
6 13 Chile.
6 14 Chile.
6 15 Chile.
6 16 China.
6 17 Peru - notes and sources
6 18 World Campus Afloat (Chapman College) Course syllabi, bibliographies, reading lists, and lecture notes, 1973-1974.


Series 2 - Accession 2: Early Career and Women's Studies


CARE and Peace Corps, 1952-1963

Note: Additional CARE de Mexico, 1952-1960, were received by the Libraries in February 2004. These have not yet been individually accessioned. They include a CD-ROM and hard copy of a paper and Power Point presentation on the project to the 102nd Annual Meeting in the American Anthropological Association in Chicago, Nov. 19-23, 2003. These papers may be requested as 2nd Accession, Box 31. A list of contents is in the box.


Box Folder
1 1 CARE/Mexico - Reports, Noticas CARE, ca. 1952-1960.
1 2 Trip to the State of Tlaxcala and puebla (CARE) 1959 with local material and UN document
1 3 CARE in Oaxaca (Translation) 1960.
1 4 CARE - Report on mobile health unit in Oxaca and maps
1 5 CARE/Mexico - Elmendorf's resignation, 1960. Correspondence, photographs of ceremony, Summaries of Activities, etc.
1 6 CARE/Mexico -Correspondence, 1952-1963 [n.d.] Letters from Kendall Kimberland23 May 1952; Richard W. Reuter, 1953,1963; Ignacio Munguia Matinez, 7 Feb. 1961, etc.
1 7 CARE/Mexico - Newspaper Clippings, 1956-1960
1 8 CARE/Mexico - photographs [ca. 1952-53] 1960
1 9 [Elmendorf, Mary] "What is Community Development?" typed ms., and note cards. Based in part on CARE/AFSC experiences in Mexico.
1 10 Memo to Jake Homiak from Elmendorf. Background notes on CARE Documentary Film, "Worlds Our Hands Can Build," Oct. 27, 1994, and revised draft, 1996.
1 11 Working Guide to CARE History, 1994 (fragment)
1 12 Correspondence - Peter Bell, March 19, 1996; Fred Devine, 2002.
1 13 Bell, Peter (CEO/CARE) Copy of speech, with note from Mary M. Bymel, 6/26/02.
1 14 Peace Corps. Correspondence regarding Elmendorf's participation in the Peace Corps training camp in Puerto Rico, 1964.
1 15 Peace Corps. Dominican Republic Rural Community Action Project. Peace Corps Training Program, Camp Crozier, P.R., Feb. 12-May 21, 1964.
1 16 Elmendorf and Franklin Reck (Ford Motors). Correspondence re reading material for Latin America, 1964.
1 17 CIDAL. Coordinacion de Iniciativa para el Desarollo Humano en Americana Latina, 1973. Project presented to the Ford Foundation for the Enlargement and Reorganization of Documentation Center on Women (Cuernavaca, Mexico)
1 18 Comission interamericana de mujeres (CIM). Seminario sobre problemas de la mujer indigena, 2nd Guatemala, 1973.- Agenda, correspondence, clippings, photographs, acta final
1 19 Comission interamericana de mujeres (CIM) Seminario sobre problemas de la mujer indigena, 2nd, Guatemala, May 1973. Conference Papers.
1 20 Simposio mexicano centroamericano de investigacion sobre la mujer, 1977.
1 21 Una Mirada retrospectiva:los diversos mundos de la mujer en Mexico, 1973-1993, Presentation of Research Materials for "The Many World of Women: Mexico," by M.E., Sept. 7, 1993. Draft, correspondence.(cf. ser 2, Box 3/9)

Dominican Republic: Women Governors and Overseas Education Fund

Box Folder
2 1 "The Women Governors of the Dominican Republic," a report by Mary Elmendorf, 1967.17 p; drafts, memos, map, lists of governors and of interviews.
2 2 "Women Governors," - Contents of portfolio including calendar, memos to OEF Board and Staff and to OEF participants in the Dominican Republic, 1967, and reports of trips to eleven provinces.
2 3 Mary Elmendorf notebook
2 4 Women Governors, Photographs of visits to, ca. 1967.
2 5 Women Governors - Newspaper articles, 1967.
2 6 Women Governors - OEF Newsletter, October 1968.
2 7 OEF - Correspondence, Martha Briscoe, 1967.
2 8 OEF - Correspondence, 1965-1970.
2 9 OEF. Citizenship leaflets -[1963]-1964.
2 10 OEF Reports, Participants, List of Directors, etc., 1966-1972.
2 11 OEF. Curso Dominicano de Capacitacion Civico-Social, 1969.
2 12 Dominican Republic: Projects and Independent Study," 1964-1968 / Mary Elmendorf, compiled 2002.
2 13 Experiments in Training for Community Development. UN Secretariat, 1957, with annotations by ME.
2 14 Scanlon, Thomas J. The Overseas Foundation in Latin America: A Benchmark Study of a Title IX Activity. Submitted to Agency for International Development [1971]
2 15 Ortega, Manuel M. Population Control Policies in the Dominican Republic. Typed draft. SFAA Meeting, Miami, 1971
2 16 American Friends Service Committee. Correspondence, material relating to the 50th anniversary of Nobel award to AFSC, etc., 1996-1997.
2 17 American Friends Service Committee - Correspondence with Howard Wriggins and others, 1949-99; copy of manuscripts by Wriggins of his experience with AFSC in Europe, 1942-1946, newsletters, 1946.
2 18 Secours Quakers, Project Proposal for, 1945 to Herbert Emerson, UNHCR, dictated May 11, 2001.


Series 3: Appropriate Technology, 1960-1990 (bulk 1975-1990)

8 Linear feet. 18 boxes.

This series includes manuscript and printed documents relating to Elmendorf's career as a consulting anthropologist. Included are manuscripts and background material of her own reports, publications, correspondence, and a wide variety of other documentation of the projects on which she worked. The papers are divided into sub-series, the first two relating to World Bank projects, especially Water Supply Waste Disposal in Developing Countries and the third relating to the International Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Decade (IDWSSD) 1981-1990. Other topics include the Bura (Kenya) Irrigation Project, tourism, and investment for rural development in Mexico. The series includes a number of World Bank internal papers and memorandum, documents relating to the IDWSSD, and documents of the Water for Sanitation and Health Project (WASH) sponsored by the United States Agency for International Development.


World Bank, 1960-1990 (bulk 1975-1990)

Internal papers, Mexico, Kenya (Bura project) and minor projects.


Internal Papers, 1973-1981

Box Folder
1 1 Correspondence between John and Mary Elmendorf and World Bank officials re: possible employment, 1973-1975
1 2 Correspondence and Memorandum re: Mary Elmendorf's initial appointment as a consultant to the World Bank, 1975
1 3 Mary Elmendorf Day File [Correspondence and memoranda] n.d., June - December, 1975
1 4 Mary Elmendorf Day File, January - March, 1976
1 5 Mary Elmendorf Day File, April - June, 1976
1 6 World Bank Office Memoranda, 1971 [bulk 1975] - 1976
1 7 World Bank Office Memoranda, 1977-1989, bulk 1977-1980
1 8 Group on the Social Impact of Environmental Modification, 1975
1 9 Use of Anthropologists in World Bank Projects, 1973
1 10 "Use of Video Tape Recording in Communication," memorandum by M. Furst, April, 14, 1976
1 11 Working Group on Women in Development, Memoranda, 1975-1976
1 12 World Bank Sociological Group, Memoranda, Papers, 1978-1982
1 13 World Bank Sociological Group Meeting on Women in Bank Projects, 1978-1979
1 14 Workshop on Women in Development, Dec. 8-10, 1981

Mexico: PIDER (International Rural Development Project) and CIDER (Centro de Investigaciones del Desarollo Rural), 1975-1979

Box Folder
2 1 Memoranda by Elmendorf re: socio-cultural aspects of PIDER, 1975-1976.
2 2 PIDER/CIDER Memorandum, 1975.
2 3 Assessment of Popular Participation in Mexico's PIDER Rural Development Project, December, 1978.
2 4 Fragmentary report on PIDER; annexes 3, 7, 8, 12 and appendix 1 [Feb. 1976?]
2 5 Mexico... Draft Work Program for Mid-term Evaluation of PIDER I, Jan. 25, 1978.
2 6 Mexico: the PIDER Rural Development Program; draft report with notes by M.E., April, 1977.
2 7 Mexico: - Rural Development Project - PIDER. Analysis of Rural Industry Program. Full report by Kimberley Conroy, April, 1979.
2 8 Proyecto piloto para la prestacion de servicos sanitarios asistenciales en microregiones del PIDER, 1975.
2 9 Rural Development Project - Rural Health (Sector Annex 10).

Tourism Project, 1972-1978

Box Folder
2 10 Tourism; Sector Working Paper. World Bank, 1972
2 11 Social Impact of Tourism Project, 1974-1976.
2 12 World Bank Tourism Projects, 1973-1975.
2 13 Tourism Project - Gambia, 1976.
2 14 Tourism Project - Honduras, 1977
2 15 Tourism Project - Indonesia, Bali, 1975-1976
2 16 Tourism Project - Jordan, 1976-1978
2 17 Tourism Project - Nepal, 1975-1976
2 18 Tourism Project - Thailand, 1976

Bura Irrigation Project - Appraisal Documents, 1973-1978

Box Folder
2 19 Appraisal of the Bura Irrigation and Settlement Project Issues Papers, 1975-1976
2 20 "Kenya-Bura Irrigation Project Appraisal Social Infrastructure," Part II by M.E., Jan. 12, 1976
2 21 Kenya: Appraisal of the Bura Irrigation Settlement Project, June 21, 1976, with response by M.E.
2 22 Kenya: Bura Irrigation Settlement Project, Appraisal Report, May 24, 1977

Bura Irrigation Project - Reports on Project, 1973-1978

Box Folder
3 1 Draft Invitation to Consultants to Submit Proposals... March 9, 1976.
3 2 "Preliminary Medical Studies in the Tana River Basin," and Correspondence, memoranda, notes, etc. on Health Component of Project, 1975-1976.
3 3 Project Planning Report - Sociology and Settlement Annex [1977?]
3 4 "Social Impact Reconnaissance," Bura Irrigation Settlement Scheme, Tana River District, Kenya, Prepared by Mary Elmendorf, Feb., 1976, 29 p., and memos, March - April, 1976.
3 5 "Wildlife Aspects of Proposed Bura Irrigation Scheme on Lower Tana River, Kenya," by Lytle H. Blankenship; report with correspondence, 1975.
3 6 Workshop: Sociological Variable of Irrigation Projects, Memo, notes, report, Oct. 19-20, 1978

Bura Irrigation Project - Correspondence, memorandum, notes, miscellany, 1973-1978

Box Folder
3 7 Building costs estimates, 1975-1976.
3 8 Memoranda and correspondence, 1975.
3 9 Memoranda and correspondence, 1976, n.d.
3 10 "Ministry of Education Involvement," memo and notes on education, 1975, n.d.
3 11 Miscellaneous notes, n.d., 1975-1976.
3 12 Mwea Irrigation Settlement, notes, report, article [ca. 1973]
3 13 Notebooks [ca.1975-1976]
3 14 Notes and fragmentary draft on Settlers, 1976.
3 15 [Photographs, possibly from Bura area of mission staff, local people, and of wildlife, 1975?]
3 16 Social Services - Memo on the role of the Department of Social Services and Charts on personnel, facilities, and buildings [1975?]
3 17 Statistics on Kenyan Population [ca. 1969-1983]
3 18 Tana River Basin, maps [ca. 1975]
3 19 "Working Methods in the Cultivation of Cotton," a. notes [1975?]

Bura Irrigation Project - Secondary Papers, 1973-1978

Box Folder
3 20 Barnes, Carolyn, "Women in Kenya's Rural Economy," Conference on Assembling and Collecting Data on the Participation of Women in Kenyan Society, Narobi, August 11-15, 1975
3 21 Ndet, Kivuto, "Cultural Consequences of Rapid Population Growth in Kenya," Seminar on the Consequences of Population Change, Bucharest, August 14-17, 1974
3 22 Okotho-Ogendo, H. W. C., "Law and the Family in Kenya," Conference on Assembling and Collecting Data on the Participation of Women in Kenyan Society, Narobi, August 11-15, 1975
3 23 Range Development in Tana River District, FAO, 1973.

Minor Projects, 1975-1976

Box Folder
4 1 Basic Needs Approach to Development; World Bank memoranda, etc. 1977, n.d.
4 2 Brazil Nutrition Project, 1975.
4 3 Education Project - Kenya[ca.1975]
4 4 Education Project, Second -[4th] - Yeman, etc. 1975 - 1976
4 5 Indonesia - Tanjung Priok Port Project, 1976
4 6 Mexico - Maternal and Child Health and Family Planning Project, World Bank Memoranda, 1976
4 7 Mexico - Notes by M. Elmendorf [1976?]
4 8 Mexico - "Propuesta de proyecto de salud maternionfantil y planificacion familiar," with appendix on vital statistics, and notes and fragmentary memoranda [1976?]
4 9 Nomadic Rangelands Development Project, Ethiopia,1975

World Bank Research Project 671-46 (Water Supply and Waste Disposal in Developing Countries), 1960-1990 (bulk 1975-1990)

These papers represent a major research project concerning appropriate technology for waste water and waste disposal. They include World Bank memoranda, reports, briefings, background materials, consultants reports, findings of research centers studying appropriate technology, questionnaires, maps, and other data regarding the project and the seven communities involved. Also included are national documents from several of the Latin American countries where the studies were done and local documents and "contracts" from the communities studied. Mary Elmendorf, and a number of consultants and researchers, were involved in carrying out the investigations utilizing social science methodologies and techniques. They included Patricia K. Buckles, Bertha Salinas, Roberto Caceres, Frank C. Miller, Cynthia A. Cone, Isabel Nieves, W. Timothy Farrell, Rafael Rodriguez, Charles Pineo, and Michael McGarry. John M. Kalbermatten, DeAnne S. Julius, and Charles Gunnerson were members of the World Bank staff through whom Mary Elmendorf and the other investigators and consultants reported and communicated. Several of the consultants had connections to the Agua del Pueblo project in Guatemala, the Centro de Estudios Mesoamericanos sobre Technologia Appropriada, and the National Plan for Environmental Sanitation in Rural Areas.

The research projects investigated the socio-cultural factors in seven communities in the rural areas and urban fringes of Latin America which influenced the people's responses to appropriate technologies for water supply and for excreta disposal. The seven communities studied were San Pedro la Laguna, Guatemala; Chijtinimit and Chontala, Guatemala; Yalcuc, Mexico; Las Chacras, El Salvador; Villarrica, Colombia; La Fuente, Masaya, Las Mangas, and Licoroy, Nicaragua; and Chan Kom, Mexico. The collection of papers reflects the various levels of organization, research, and information channels from the most complex World Bank operations to the interviews and local documents of the small communities. There are significant draft materials and personal notes throughout the collection. The final reports of each case study include suggestions on the way in which social and cultural factors can be integrated into project designs so that the new appropriate technologies can be accepted, used, and maintained.

The materials are arranged into two broad categories: 1) World Bank General: background materials relevant to the concept of the project, consultancy arrangements, general World Bank memoranda, etc. 2) Case Study Materials by Locations - The papers applicable to a specific community, region, or country for the seven cases. There are additional background materials on Haiti, Kuala Lumpur, and Japan concerning projects involving sanitation and water supply.


Drafts and Publications, 1976-1982

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5 1 Appropriate Technology for Water Supply and Waste Disposal. Progress Report. Two drafts, May 23, 1977, with annotations, and June 24, 1977.
5 2 Appropriate Technology for Water Supply and Waste Disposal in Developing Countries, a Research Project of the World Bank [pamphlet] 1977.
5 3 Appropriate Technology for Water Supply and Sanitation: Case Studies of Rural and Urban Fringe Areas in Latin America. Sanitation, Water, and Telecommunications Department, World Bank, March, 1982.
5 4 Behavioral Factors in Technology Choice for Water Supply and Water Disposal. Draft materials and personal notes of Mary Elmendorf. Included are supplemental materials for the draft and a copy of "Draft Terms of Reference" for Mary Elmendorf," [ca. 1977]
5 5 Eight Case Studies of Rural and Urban Fringe Areas in Latin America. World Bank Energy, Water, and Telecommunications Department Public Utilities Notes (P. U. Report No. RES 23) May, 1979. Includes "Appropriate Technology for Water Supply and Waste Disposal, a Behavioral Case Study: Chan Kom, Mexico," by Elmendorf and Michael McGarry.
5 6 Elmendorf, Mary and Patricia Buckles, editors. Attitudinal and Behavioral Factors in Technology Choice for Water Supply and Waste Disposal: A Case Study Approach, May, 1978.
5 7 Elmendorf, Mary and Patricia Buckles, editors. Social and Behavioral Factors in Choice of Appropriate Technologies for Improved Sanitation: A Case Study Approach. Prepared for the World Bank Research Project, May, 1978.
5 8 Elmendorf and Patricia K. Buckles. Socio-cultural Aspects of Water Supply and Excreta Disposal. World Bank Energy, Water, and Telecommunications Department Public Utilities Notes. P.U. Report No. RES 15, 1978.
5 9 Elmendorf and Buckles. Sociocultural Aspects of Water Supply and Excreta Disposal. (Appropriate Technology for Water Supply and Sanitation). World Bank, December 1980.
5 10 Elmendorf and Buckles, editors. "The Socio-Cultural Dimension in the Choice and Adoption of Appropriate Technologies to Improve Environmental Sanitation," draft, July, 1978.
5 11 Gunnerson, C. G., D. A. Julius and J. M. Kalbermatten. "Alternative Approaches to Sanitation Technology," 1978.
5 12 Kalbermatten, John M., DeAnne S. Julius, and Charles G. Gunnerson. Appropriate Technology for Water Supply and Sanitation: a Summary of Technical and Economic Operations, World Bank, Dec., 1980.
5 13 Kalbermatten, John M. Water Supply and Sanitation in Developing Countries (Ch. 1, Introduction) [ca. 1981]
5 14 Pugh-Roberts Associates, Inc. "Simulation Analysis of Appropriate Technology and Water Supply and Waste Disposal in Developing Countries." Submitted to the World Bank, May 19, 1977.
5 15 Ramesh, Jairam. The Financing of Technological Development and Innovations. World Bank Office of Science and Technology and M.I.T. Technology and Policy Program [1977]
5 16 Social and Behavioral Aspects of Project Work in Water Supply and Waste Disposal. World Bank Energy, Water, and Telecommunications Department Public Utilities Notes. P.U.N. 52-T, February, 1980.
5 17 Water supply and Waste Disposal. Poverty and Basic Needs Series. World Bank, June,1980.
5 18 White, Gilbert F. Water Supply Service for the Urban Poor: Issues. Working Paper, August 22, 1976.
5 19 World Bank Research in Water Supply and Sanitation, Summary of Selected Publications, November, 1980.

Correspondence, Office Memorandum, and Notes, Questionnaires, etc., 1976-1981, n.d.

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6 1 Correspondence - Kohne, Richard E., and John M. Kalbermatten, 1977.
6 2 Correspondence, principally by Mary Elmendorf, relating to Project 671-46 [ca. 1977]
6 3 Office Memorandum from Warren C. Baum, Subject: Intermediate Technology. April 29,1976. Includes definition of intermediate technology and examples.
6 4 Letter of appointment to Mary Elmendorf from N. Lenthe; July 8, 1977
6 5 Office Memorandum from Mary Elmendorf to J. Kalbermatten regarding Conversation with Charles Pineo and Charles Gunnerson concerning Latin American Country Study and Other Data for Research Project on Appropriate Technology for Water Supply and Waste Disposal. July 26, 1977.
6 6 Office Memorandum from Mary Elmendorf to Messrs. Kalbermatten, Gunnerson, and Ms. Julius. Draft. Subject RPO671-46. Consultant Briefing in Colorado. Field Trip to Guatemala, Haiti and Mexico. Back-to-Office and Full Report. September 19,1977.
6 7 Office Memorandum. Consultant Briefing in Colorado.
6 8 Memorandum from Elmendorf to C. G. Gunnerson; Summary of days Spent on Project 671-46; April 28, 1978.
6 9 Office Memorandum from Mary Elmendorf to John Kalbermatten. Trip to San Francisco via Minneapolis and Return to Washington. Back-to-Office Memo and Full Report. November 2, 1977.
6 10 Office Memorandum from Mary Elmendorf to J. Kalbermatten, C. Gunnerson, D. Julius. Research Project 671-46. Consultant Briefing in Mexico and Guatemala. Back- to- Office and Field Report. November 22, 1977.
6 11 Office Memoranda from M. Elmendorf to J. Kalbermatten, et. al. reporting meetings with consultants, various organizations concerning research plans. July-1977-November, 1977.
6 12 Office Memorandum from Mary Elmendorf to Isabel Nieves. Terms of Reference, Project 671-46. December 21, 1977.
6 13 Office Memorandum from Elmendorf to John M. Kalbermatten: Yucatan Survey with Dr. McGarry. Summarization of Project 671-46 Findings. Back to Office and Full Report, February 21, 1978. Includes Translations of Interviews with Women Heads of Households in Chan Kom by Hilaria Mas Coli and Neomi Patron. February 15, 1978.
6 14 Appropriate Technology for Water and Waste Disposal. Background Information. Questionnaire [ca. 1977?] World Bank.
6 15 Case Studies for Research Project No. 671-146. September 29,1977; revised April 25, 1978.
6 16 Country Report Outline, handwritten. [n.d.] Includes copy of "Appropriate Technology for Water Supply and Waste Disposal Background Information" questionnaire and another outline for background material [ca. 1977?]
6 17 Domestic Water and Waste Disposal. Guidelines for Community Involvement Programs in Prototype Water and Sanitation Projects, Correspondence and Personal Notes, 1978.
6 18 Field Notes. 1977. One spiral notebook.
6 19 Guidelines for Collection of Public Health Data. February 16, 1977.
6 20 Miscellaneous materials includes personal notes on Columbia and El Salvador, and map. Notes dated October 13, 1977, and April 20, 1978.
6 21 Questionnaires. "Notas que acompanan el questionairio sobre abastecimiento de agua, aguas servidas y eliminacion de excretas." Includes diagram [ca. 1977?]
6 22 Secondary and background materials for Water Supply Project. Includes personal notes, copy of newsletter, and draft materials pertaining to the World Bank Final Report on Project, 1978-1981.
6 23 Summaries of Questionnaires Collected from Five Countries: Guatemala, Mexico, El Salvador, Colombia, and Nicaragua. Includes personal notes. [ca. 1977?]

Case Study Materials by Location: Guatemala, 1976-1978

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7 1 Agua del Pueblo (ADP) Project. Identifying Appropriate Technology for Water Supply and Waste Disposal in Developing Countries. Patricia Buckles. October-November, 1977.
7 2 Agua del Pueblo "Rural Water Technicians: Their Proposed Training and Utilization in Guatemala" by Andrew Karp. August, 1977.
7 3 Centro de Estudios Mesoamericano sobre Tecnologia Appropriada. "Research Report: Appropriate Technology for Water Supply and Waste Disposal. A Case Study Guatemala--San Pedro de La Laguna." Conducted by Bertha Salinas and and Roberto Caceres (CEMAT). January, 1978.
7 4 "Rural Water Supply and Waste Disposal in Guatemala: A Case Study" by Patricia K. Buckles. February, 1978. (The communities Chontala and Chijtinimit are subjects of the report.
7 5 Centro de Estudios sobre Tecnologia Apropriada (CEMAT). "Digestores: Hoy y Manana." Traduccion: De CEMAT de la obra-"Practical Building of Methane Power Plants for Rural Energy Independence" by L. John Fry. September, 1977.
7 6 Centro de Estudios sobre Tecnologia Apropriada (CEMAT). Informe de Actividades. 1976-1977.
7 7 El Quiche. Survey Project for Implementation in Guatemala proposed by Agua del Pueblo. Patricia Buckles, September 15, 1977
7 8 Chijtinimit. "Project 1: Chijtinimit. Documentation of the Care/Ministry of Health Potable Water and Latrine Project." Prepared by Patricia K. Buckles, ADP. October 1976.
7 9 Centro Mesoamericano de Estudios sobre Tecnologia Apropriada. "Planta Bio-Gas a Pequena Escala de la India" Author: Handbook of Appropriate Technology of the Canadian Hunger Foundation. Traduccion: CEMAT. Septiembre, 1977.
7 10 Centro de Estudios Mesoamericanos sobre Tecnologia Appropriada. Publications and Related Materials. 1976-1978.
7 11 Entrevista Formal. n. d. Example of interview survey concerning water supply, use, and latrines.
7 12 Environmental Sanitation: A Study of Attitudes and Practices. Guatemala Health Sector Assessment. November, 1977.
7 13 Evaluation of DAFF latrines Project Summary, April-May, 1986.
7 14 Field Notes. "Guia de Entrevista a Miembros del Comite de Agua." "Guia de Informacion General Sobre la Comunidad." Includes personal notes, 1986.
7 15 Instituto Centroamericano de Administracion (INCAE). "Marketing of an Unpopular Idea in the Public Sector: Rural Health Technicians in Guatemala" by Deidre Strachan. May, 1976.
7 16 World Bank Research Project. "The Introduction of Potable Water and Latrines: A Case Study of Two Rural Communities in Guatemala," by Patricia Buckles. May, 1978. (The communities Chontala and Chijtinimit are the subject of the report.)
7 17 Merida. International Development Research Centre Memorandum from M. G. McGarry. Subject: Trip Report-Washington, Merida, Guatemala. February 17, 1978.
7 18 Programa: "El Agua, la Mujer y la Salud. Convenio de Cooperacion, Implementacion, y Administracion." Cooperative Americana de Remesas al Exterior (CARE) and la Municipalidad de Santa Ana Huista. May 1986. Includes Contrato Cerrado de Trabajo. n.d.
7 19 San Pedro La Laguna. Terms of CEMAT Consultancy with World Bank. August 30, 1977; September 8, 1977; October 7, 1977; October 27, 1977, October 31, 1977; November 16, 1977.
7 20 San Pedro La Laguna. Reporte de Investigacion: Technologia Apropriada para Suministro de Agua y Eliminacion de Desechos. Un Estudio de Caso. Proyecto de Investigacion: Banco Mundial. Realizado por Bertha Salinas y Roberto Caceres (CEMAT) January, 1978.
7 21 University of North Carolina. School of Public Health. Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering. Sections of Report on Four Year Study of Two Guatemala Villages Describing Methodology, Health Education, and Sanitation Aspects of Project. December 1977-January, 1978.
7 22 World Bank Memorandum from Mary Elmendorf to J. Kalbermatten concerning visit to Washington, D.C. of Roberto Caceres. November 3, 1977.
7 23 World Bank Memorandum describing a field trip to Guatemala, Haiti, and Mexico. October 5, 1977. Revision of September 29 memo.

Case Study Materials by Location: Mexico, 1960-1981

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8 1 Case VIII: San Sebastian, Tlacolula, Oaxaca. Note concerning the exploratory phase to select communities for applied technology and brief report on Case VIII. [n.d.]
8 2 Chan Kom. Appropriate Technology for Water Supply and Disposal. Background Information. Questionnaire. n.d.
8 3 Chan Kom. Correspondence from Mary Elmendorf to Dr. Michael McGarry. January 20, 1981.
8 4 Chan Kom. Entrevistas formales: Chan Kom, February, 1978. Tema -"Que piensa sobre la idea de introducir latrinas en la comunidad?"
8 5 Chan Kom, Yucatan. "Case VII. What is the Appropriate Waste Disposal in Tropical Yucatan?" by Michael McGarry and Mary Elmendorf. May, 1978.
8 6 Chan Kom. World Bank Office Memorandum. Yucatan Survey with Dr. McGarry. Back-to-Office and Full Report. February 21, 1978.
8 7 Field Notes from El Quiche, Chiapas, Cauca Valley. Contains correspondence, personal notes, and field notes from El Quiche.
8 8 Oaxaca. Correspondence and Personal Notes on Project Using Household Biogas. 1977
8 9 Oaxaca. Field Notes on a Trip to Mexico. October, 1977
8 10 Yalcuc, Chiapas. Correspondence and Documents Authorizing Consultancy of Dr. Frank C. Miller with the World Bank. Includes budget, background material on Yalcuc, and plan for research, 1977-1978.
8 11 Yalcuc, Chiapas. "Excerpts from Dissertation on Social Structure and Medical Change in a Mexican Indian Community" by Frank C Miller, Spring, 1960.
8 12 "Latrines in Yalcuc: a Twenty-Year Perspective" by Frank C. Miller and Cynthia A. Cone. February, 1978, Revised May 4, 1978.
8 13 Yalcuc. Partial Copies of "Latrines in Yalcuc: a Tweny-Year Perspective." Annotations and personal Notes. 1978
8 14 "Yalcuc, Mexico, Twenty Years Later." Study No. 3 by Frank C. Miller and Cynthia A. Cone. n.d. San Salvador "Marginal Urban Communities in San Salvador." Behavioral Study No. 4. by Isabel Nieves and Timothy Farrell. n. d.Colombia "Villarrica, Colombia." Behavioral Case Study No. 5 by Rafael I. Rodriguez. n.d. "Urban and Rural Nicaragua." Behavioral Case Study No. 6 by Rafael I. Rodriguez, Charles Pineo, and Mary Elmendorf, [n.d.]

Case Study Materials by Location: Nicaragua, 1960-1981

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8 15 Academy for Educational Development. Memoranda and Correspondence. 1979-1980.
8 16 "Analysis Preliminar de la Situacion de Salud en Nicaragua: Unidad de Analysis del Sector." Managua, Nicaragua. July, 1976. Includes statistical tables.
8 17 Annotated Bibliography concerning role of women in Nicaragua. n.d.
8 18 Background Information. "Institutional Aspects," [n.d.] Description of agencies within the water and sanitation sector for urban and rural areas (DENACAL, EAM, PLANSAR, etc.) Includes charts.
8 19 Background Information on Nicaragua and the Communities Selected for Water Supply and Waste Disposal Research Project No. 671-46: La Fuente, Masaya, Licoroy, Las Managas. Includes "Data Collected in Nicaragua for Water Supply and Waste Disposal: Draft Report, November, 1977. Data for Report Collected by Mary Elmendorf, Charles Pineo, and Rafael Rodriguez.
8 20 Bibliography. [n.d.]
8 21 Case Study: Nicaragua--Rural Sanitation Project. [n.d.]
8 22 San Pedro La Laguna. Correspondence from Mary Elmendorf to Dr. Robert Caceres, Director of CEMAT, regarding approval of case study of San Pedro La Laguna, October 7, 1977.
8 23 "Country Report on Appropriate Technology for Water Supply and Waste Disposal." February, 1978. (Data for Report Collected by Dr. Mary Elmendorf, Charles Pineo, and Rafael Rodriguez).
8 24 "Country Report on Appropriate Technology for Water Supply and Waste Disposal." February, 1978. Revisions, notes, and personal notes. Includes statistical tables, illustrations, and maps. Includes "Tabla de Salarios Minimos de Nicaragua...entre el 10 de Mayo de 1977 y el 30 de Abril de 1979."
8 25 General Background Information. n.d.
8 26 "Latrine Program in Nicaragua." [n.d.] Contains organization and objectives of PLANSAR (National Plan for Environmental Sanitation in Rural Areas) and Organizacion del Ministerio de Salud Publica, 1975.
8 27 "Managua Background Information," [n.d.] Includes weather, water, population, sociocultural, and technical data.
8 28 Maysaya. "Maysaya Background Information." [n.d.] Includes data on physical characteristics, water, resources, population, economic activity, socio-cultural, technical, and health aspects.
8 29 Miscellaneous background material. Includes Public Health Data Charts. Circa 1977.
8 30 Miscellaneous materials and personal notes. [n.d.]
9 1 Staff Appraisal Report. Rural Sanitation Project." October 7, 1977. (Document of the World Bank. Confidential Report No. 1753-NI October 7,1977.)
9 2 "Nicaragua Staff Appraisal Report Managua Water Supply III. October 7, 1977. (Document of the World Bank. Confidential Report No. 1669a-NI.)"
9 3 "Pilot Project: Improved Latrine with Water Seal and Re-Use Component." Draft by M. Elmendorf. September 26,1977.
9 4 "Pilot Project: Improved Latrine with Water Seal and Re-Use Component. n.d. Includes illustrations and photographs.
9 5 Ministerio de Salud Publica. Division de Saneamiento Ambiental. "Programa de latrinificacion a nivel nacional." Sept. 20, 1975. Includes statistical tables.
9 6 "Public Health Data Charts." 1970-1977.
9 7 "Roster of Social Scientists", [n.d.]
9 8 "Rural Background Information." n.d. Includes maps of Nicaragua, Licoroy, Las Mangas, and statistical tables giving weather and climate data.
9 9 "Shadow Prices". n.d. Includes data for basic sanitation project for urban poor in Managua and shadow cost of latrines.
9 10 "Staff Appraisal Report: Second Agricultural Credit Project." November 8, 1977. (Document of the World Bank. Confidential Report No. 1701a-NI.) Includes Glossary of Abbreviations with translations into English.
9 11 Managua. Statistical data from several sources concerning climate, demography, water quality, crops, industry, employment etc. of Managua, and Las Mercedes. Includes personal notes. Various dates.
9 12 Summaries of Questionnaires. Surveys distributed through four Nicaragua communities selected for study: Licoroy, Las Mangas, Masaya, La Fuente. n.d.
9 13 "Technical Specifications" (of latrines). n.d. Includes sketches of PLANSAR Latrine, Type 'A' Well; Type 'B' Well, construction diagrams.
9 14 "Use of Sumideros as Observed in Nicaragua Mission September 12-28, 1977."
9 15 "Utilizacion de tecnologia apropriada para los servicios de salud rural en Nicaragua", [n.d.]
9 16 World Bank Office Memorandum. Appropriate Technology-Field Trip to Nicaragua September 12-28, 1977. Back-to-office. Full Report by Charles S. Pineo. November 29, 1977.
9 17 World Bank. Office Memorandum. Briefing for Luncheon with Ing. (engineer) Adan Cajina, Minister of Health, Nicaragua. September 28, 1977. Also letter of thanks to Ing. Adan Cajina, Minister of Health, Managua, Nicaragua from John M. Kalbermatten, October 17, 1977.
9 18 World Bank Office Memorandum Field Trip to Nicaragua. Back-to- Office and Field Report. September 30, 1977. Revised October 4, 1977. Includes Addenda.
9 19 World Bank Office Memorandum from Charles S. Pineo through Dr. Mary Elmendorf to Mr. John Kalbermatten: Appropriate Technology-Field Trip to Nicaragua September 12-28, 1977. Back-to-Office Full Report. November 29, 1977. Includes illustrations and letter of thanks to Nicaragua Minister of Health, dated October 17, 1977.
9 20 World Bank Office Memorandum from Charles Pineo to J. M. Kalbermatten concerning use of sumidoros as observed from the Nicaragua Mission, September 12-27, 1977. October 8, 1977.
9 21 World Bank Memorandum from Mary Elmendorf to Messrs. Kalbermatten, Gunnerson, and Ms Julius. Field Trip to Nicaragua. Back-to-office and Full Report, September 30, 1977. Revised October 4, 1977.
9 22 World Bank Office Memorandum from Mary Elmendorf to John Kalbermatten. Possible Pilot Project in Nicaragua of the Improved Latrine with Water Seal and Reuse Component. November 4, 1977.
9 23 Managua. World Bank Office Memorandum. Issues Paper. Managua Water Supply III and Rural Sanitation Projects. April 22,1977. Memorandum outlining consultant mission to Nicaragua. September 8, 1977. Background materials for CARE, Inc. and the International Center for Research on Women. Includes statistical tables.
9 24 World Bank Office Memorandum. Nicaragua and Colombia. Back-to-Office. Field Report by Rafael Rodriguez. November 21, 1977. Plus Addenda which includes statistical tables.

Case Study Materials by Location: Other Countries (Colombia, Haiti, El Salvador, Japan, Kuala Lumpur), 1975-1978

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9 25 Colombia. Centro de Investigaciones Multidisciplinarias en Desarrollo Rural (CIMDER) "Research Report: A Rural Health System as the Basic Component of Rural Development in Villarrica, Colombia. Case Study. Rafael I. Rodgriguez. 1978.
9 26 Colombia. Villarrica. "A Rural Health System as the Basic Component of Rural Development in Villarrica, Colombia Case Study," by Rafael I. Rodriguez. March, 1978.
9 27 Colombia. Villarrica. Summary of Questionnaire. n.d.
9 28 Haiti. "Case IX: Artibonite Valley and Port-au-Prince, Haiti", includes note explaining exploratory phase of project, 1977.
9 29 Haiti. Haitian-American Research Corportation (HARECO Project to Buy Urine for Research and Industrial Purposes) 1977. Includes News Release from the Haitian "Presse" and Article in "Miami News," Correspondence, and Personal Notes.
9 30 El Salvador. San Salvador. "Behavioral and Social Aspects of Technology Diffusion and Decision Making in Marginal Urban Communities in San Salvador by Isabel Nieves and W. Timothy Farrell. April, 1978.
9 31 El Salvador. Background Materials with Handwritten Notes of Isabel Nieves on Las Chacras. Questionnaires on Water Supply for Las Chacras, and Organizational Chart of National Government. n.d.
9 32 El Salvador. "Communidades Urbanes Marginales" (of Isabel Nieves--El Salvador Case Study). n.d. Includes personal notes of Mary Elmendorf.
9 33 Japan. Information about Existing Water Supply and Waste Disposal Technology for Kyoto, Tateyama; also Korea-Chuncheen City, Yusan, and Ri; Taiwan- Keelung. n.d.
9 34 Kuala Lumpur. Correspondence from James R. Simpson, consultant, to J. Kalbermatten with sections of a report on provision of sewage services for Kuala Lumpur. October 13, 1977.

International Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Decade (IDWSSD), 1980-1990

The series contains Elmendorf's publications, processed papers and presentations, manuscripts, notes, and correspondence from various IDWSSD projects, as well as many publications and documents, which provide background information. Many of these contain Elmendorf's annotations, markings, etc. and represent activities in which she participated. Following recommendations of the United Nations Water Conference at Mar del Plata in 1977, the General Assembly, in 1980, designated 1981-1990 as the International Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Decade (IDWSSD). Its goal, to provide universal clean water and sanitation by 1990. Many international organizations and national governments joined this effort. International activities were coordinated by a Steering Committee for Cooperative Action. An Inter-Agency Task Force on Women's Involvement was created in 1982. As a consulting anthropologist, Mary Elmendorf participated in a number of ways, with emphasis on the involvement of women. As a consultant to the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) she participated in a project for the Promotion of the Role of Women in Water and Environmental Sanitation Services (PROWWESS Project INT/83/03) and in a project on low-cost water and sanitation (INT/82). She was also a member the team that wrote a water and sanitation plan for the government of Sri Lanka, participated as a consultant to the U.S. Water and Sanitation Health Decade (WASH), under a contract to Camp, McKee, and Dresser (CMD) from the U.S. Agency for International Development, and as a member of the Institute for Rural Water's Knowledge Synthesis project. At the beginning of the decade she prepared papers on the prospects for the decade and women's involvement, and at the end, an assessment.


Papers and Publications by Elmendorf, Correspondence, and Notes, and Documents Relating to the Inter-Agency Steering Committee and the Taskforce on Women's Involvement, 1980-1990

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10 1 [Elmendorf] The IDWSSD and Women's Involvement, (Steering Committee for Cooperative Action, IDWSSD. Prepared for the World Health Organization), July, 1990
10 2 [Elmendorf] The IDWSSD and Women's Involvement, Proof copy with note of transmittal, July 20, 1990
10 3 Elmendorf. "Women and the Decade: Rights, Roles and Responsibilities"; autograph outline [1982]
10 4 Elmendorf. "Women and the Decade: Roles, Rights and Responsibilities," typed drafts, including "final draft, mailed 5/IV/82." Includes correspondence with World Health Organization regarding the assignment for the paper, March - September, 1982
10 5 Elmendorf. "Women and the Decade: Rights, Roles and Responsibilities," "final draft," WASH, May, 1982.
10 6 Elmendorf. - "Women/Irrigation/Drinking Water/Sanitation and Their Interrelationships" (April 1985)
10 7 Elmendorf. "Women: The Underused Human Resource: Education and Training of Women for Community Participation," computer printout of paper presented at the Regional Symposium on Human Resources for IDWSSD with correspondence and symposium material, 1982.
10 8 Elmendorf. "Women: The Underused Human Resource: Education and Training of Women for Community Participation," draft, correspondence, and copy of publication from Educacion medica y salud, 16:4, 1982.
10 9 Elmendorf. "Women, Water and Waste: Key(s) to Development," Presented at the Symposium Local Decade: Men, Women and Agencies in Water and Development, Sponsored by the International Reference Centre for Community Water Supply and Sanitation, Amsterdam, June 20-22, 1984.
10 10 Conference on Oral Rehydration Therapy (ICORT) Washington, June 7-10, 1983. Elmendorf Memorandum to "Mike and Sally," with pertinent papers included, June 14, 1983.
10 11 Correspondence - UNDP INT/83/003 Project, 1983-1984.
10 12 Correspondence - UNDP PROWWESS staff and others re: IDWSSD assessment report, 1989-1990. Includes list of documents.
10 13 Correspondence - World Health Organization, 1982-1984
10 14 Health Information; notes by ME [ca. 1982?]
10 15 "Making Policy Responsive to Research"; clipping with notes by ME, 1980
10 16 Objectives," typed notes [by ME?, ca. 1982?]

Interagency Steering Committee and Task Force Documents

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10 17 Basic Strategy Document Adopted by the Task Force, Geneva, 11-12 March, 1982. Interagency Task Force on Human Resources Development for the IDWSSD.
10 18 Communication Component of the Project to Enhance and Support Women's Participation in Decade Activities, January, 1983.
10 19 "Creation of an Interagency Task Force on Women"; typed note [1982]
10 20 "Insights from Field Practice - How Women Have Been and Could Be Involved in Water and Sanitation at the Community Level," IDWWSD Inter-Agency Task Force on Women and Water, October, 1984
10 21 Inter-Agency Task Force on Women and the IDWSSD. Draft Minutes of the First Meeting (New York) 8-10 September, 1982.
10 22 Inter-Agency Task Force on Women and the IDWSSD. Proposed Terms of Reference and Other Documents [1982]
10 23 Interagency Steering Committee for Cooperative Action (17th Meeting, NY, Oct. 23-24, 1989.) Decade Assessment Working Group Report.
10 24 Idem. Report on IDWSSD Activities in Technical Information Exchange, March, 1989.
10 25 "International and National Strategies for Enhancing Women's Participation in Water Supply and Sanitation Activities," (Inter-agency Task Force on Women and Water, October, 1983)
10 26 Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) as a Significant Decade Resource... Steering Committee Agenda Item, April 15-16, 1982
10 27 Note by the International Research and Training Institute for the Advancement of Women with Regard to the UNICEF/UNDP Paper for Presentation to the April Meeting of the Steering Committee of the IDWSSD; Annex II, 1982, with page of notes by Elmendorf.
10 28 Preliminary Outline of the Strategy Paper for the Inter-agency Task Force on Women and the IDWSSD (draft); memo from Ma Yangsheng, chairman, Nov. 11, 1982
10 29 Project Document on Promotion and Support for Women's Participation in IDWSSD (draft). Correspondence, 1983
10 30 Project Proposal for Involving Women/ UNICEF [1982-1985]
10 31 Statement by WHO at the 9th Meeting of the Steering Committee for Co-operative Action, Washington, D.C., 15-16 April, 1982.
10 32 "Strategies for Enhancing Women's Participation in Water Supply and Sanitation Activities," Recommendations of the Inter-agency Task Force on Women and Water, of the IDWDSSD Steering Committee for Cooperative Action, December, 1983.
10 33 "Women and the International Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Decade"; Note by the UN Development Programme; INSTRAW /BT/1982/CRP.8, January 15, 1982.
10 34 Women and the International Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Decade [report] submitted to the World Conference to Review and Appraise the Achievements of the United Nations Decade for Women. Prepared in accordance with... the Inter-Agency Task Force, INSTRAW, and UNICEF [1985]
10 35 "Women as Innovators in Water Supply and Sanitation," prepared by UNICEF/UNDP for presentation to the April, 1982, Meeting of the Steering Committee of the IDWSSD.
10 36 Workplan of Task Force; memorandum to Task Force on Women and Water from the Secretariat, Oct. 10, 1984.

Promotion of the Role of Women in Water and Environmental Sanitation Services (PROWWESS)/UNDP/INT-83-003 (Includes sub-project 82-002 "Information and Training")

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11 1 Beaudoin, Jean, and Louise Filion. CARE International in Rwanda - a Project to Install Water Systems in the Region of Giti, Muhura, and Murambi. Report of the process evaluation mission in connection with the PROWWESS Program of UNDP, April, 1987.
11 2 Bolivia-Draft Project Proposal. Pilot Project to Promote Women's Participation in Water Supply Improvement Activities [ca. 1985]
11 3 Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) Correspondence and reports of meeting regarding Project INT/83/003, June-July, 1983.
11 4 "Considerations for Component III for the Promotion and Support of Women's Participation in the International Drinking Water and Sanitation Decade UNDP INT/83/03, Final Revision," August 15, 1983.
11 5 Correspondence, including "Terms of Reference," with Sarah Timpson, 1983-1985.
11 6 Correspondence - PROWWESS/UNDP (1989-1990).
11 7 Elmendorf, Mary, and Kruiderink, Anton. - "Report on Mission to Honduras, 16-23 October 1983" (INT/83/003) 1983.
11 8 Elmendorf, Back to Office Memorandum and Full Report to Richard N. Middleton, Project Manager, on Thailand, May 23, 1983.
11 9 Elmendorf. Memorandum to M. L. Gupta: Status of the Nepal Case Studies of Women's Participation in IDWSSD, August 7-12, 1987.
11 10 [Fields of Women's Studies Related to Water and Sanitation; ms. fragment by Elmendorf? ca. 1984]
11 11 Global Consultation on Safe Water and Sanitation for the 1990s; "The New Delhi Statement," Sept. 10-14, 1990.
11 12 "Involvement of Women in Water Supply, Sanitation and Health Education Projects - A Guideline for Case Studies," December, 1984.
11 13 Mission of Project Manager to Washington, D.C., 23-24 June, 1983. Back to Office Report.
11 14 Morgan, Violet. Memorandum on Issue of Women and Community Participation and accompanying documentation, March, 1988
11 15 Promotion and Support for Women's Participation in the IDWSSD, 1980-1986
11 16 Promotion and Support for Women's Participation in the International Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Decade (IDWSSD); Revised Project Document [June, 1983?]
11 17 Review of Literature Review on Women's Participation in Community Water Supply and Sanitation INT/83/003, by Mary Elmendorf, with correspondence, Jan. 15, 1985
11 18 "Women, Water and Wastes: A Selected and Annotated Bibliography..." Outline by Christine van Wijk-Sijbesma, correspondence with and notes by Mary Elmendorf, 1984
11 19 "Women's Participation in the Water Supply and Sanitation Decade: A Key to Development?" A Literature Search. (INT/83/03/ Annex II-III) [ca. 1983]
11 20 Elmendorf, M. and Yacoob, May. "Technical Review of Training Materials Prepared under Project INT/82/002: Final Report," May, 1984.
11 21 "Information and Training Program in Low Cost Water Supply and Sanitation" (1982)
11 22 "Information and Training Program in Low Cost Water Supply and Sanitation," brochure annotated by M.E. [1973]
11 23 Project Document - "Information and Training Program in Low Cost Water Supply and Sanitation"
11 24 Project Progress Report (Aug 1982)
11 25 Training Manual

PROWESS/UNDP Publication Series

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12 1 Lessons, Strategies, Tools. [Bibliography]
12 2 No. 2: Melchoir, Siri. Women, Water and Sanitation - or Counting Tomatoes Instead of Pumps, May, 1989
12 3 No. 4. Narayan-Parker, Deepa. Kenya - People, Pumps and Agencies, 1988.
12 4 No. 5. Shallon, Elsie. Dhaka - Volunteers against Diarrhoea, 1988.
12 5 No. 6 Narayan-Parker, Deepa. Indonesia - Evaluating Community Management, 1989.
12 6 No. 9: Final Review of Case Studies of Women's Participants in Community Water Supply and Sanitation, 1988.
12 7 No. 9: Final Review of Case Studies of Women's Participants in Community Water Supply and Sanitation, (draft) 1988.
12 8 No. 10 : Narayan-Parker, Deepa. PEGESUS, 1989.
12 9 No. 11: Narayan-Parker, Deepa. Goals and Indicators, 1989.
12 10 No. 15: [Sriivasan, Lyra] Community Participation: A Challenge for Trainers, Draft, PROWWESS/UNDP, 1988, with letter asking Mary Elmendorf to review, and with Elmendorf's comments.
12 11 [No. 20] Training in Community Participation, 1989.
12 12 Narayan-Parker, Deepa. Case Study on Women's Involvement in Community Water Systems: the PKK Experience. New Delhi, WHO, 1988.
12 13 Narayan-Parker, Deepa. From Rehtoric to Reality: Women and Water in West Timor, Indonesia, October, 1988.
12 14 Narayan-Parker, Deepa. "Participatory Evaluation: Tools for Managing Change in Water and Sanitation," 2nd draft. May, 1990

Other UNDP Publications

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12 15 Afridev Hand Pump, Designed for Community Management (UNDP/World Bank Rural Water Supply Handpumps Project INT/81/026) 1987.
12 16 Bunnag, Jane. "Communication and Community Participation," Draft, Technical Report, 1982.
12 17 Perrett, Heli E. Involving Women in Sanitation Projects. TAG Discussion Paper No. 3. UNDP and World Bank, 1985. Includes handwritten notes by M.E.
12 18 PROWWESS [pamphlet; ca. 1989]
12 19 UNDP-World Bank Water and Sanitation Program. Annual Report, 1988.
12 20 UNDP/World Bank Water and Sanitation Program. Sector Issues and Research Program, 1988-1990. Includes handwritten notes and annotations by M.E.

IDWSSD Documents and Publications

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13 1 Cairncross, Sandy. "The Health Impact of Water Supply and Sanitation Investments; Problems and Prospects for Measurement," [ca. 1989]
13 2 "Community Participation and Communication: Suggested Guidelines for Project Formulation,"
13 3 Decade Assessment Report. Revised by G. Watters, Sept. 1, 1989.
13 4 Decade Briefing (UNDP, Dec., 1981)
13 5 Decade Dossier (UNDP) [ca. 1980?]
13 6 Developmental and Implementation of Low-Cost Sanitation Investment Projects; UNDP Project Document, [Jan., 1982]
13 7 Drinking Water and Sanitation, 1981-1990. A Way to Health (WHO, 1981)
13 8 Honduras. Rural Water and Sanitation Systems - (USAID Honduras) Project description, Elmendorf notes and correspondence, 1980
13 9 International Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Consultation, Interlaken, Switzerland - 13-16 October, 1987.
13 10 Jackson, Justin R. "Community Self-Financing: a Solution to Indonesia's Clean Water Needs," Paper presented to the International Water Resources 6th World Congress, Ottawa, May 29, 1988.
13 11 Kudat, A. "Institutional Framework for WID in Malawi," May, 1989.
13 12 Lubar, Pat. [Internat'l Water-Sanitation Decade, ca. 1979]
13 13 Meehan, Robert and Anamaria Viveros-Long. Panama: Rural Water. Project Impact Evaluation. AID, November, 1981.
13 14 Minimum Evaluation Procedure (MEP) for Water Supply and Sanitation Projects. WHO, Feb., 1983.
13 15 Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development. Development Assistance Committee. Improving Aid Effectiveness in the Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Sector: Conclusions and Recommendations Emerging from DAC Consultations, Sept. 18, 1985
13 16 Orth, Maria Helena de Andrade. Women's Role in Water Supply, Wastes Disposal and Solid Wastes Management, Cairo, March, 1984.
13 17 Report of the United Nations Water Conference, Mar del Plata, 14-25 March 1977, U.S.DHEW -1977?]
13 18 Report on IDWSSD Impact on Diarrheal Disease (IDWSSD Steering Committee Report, 1)
13 19 Report on IDWSSD Impact on Dracunculiasis (IDWSSD Steering Committee Report, 5)
13 20 Report on IDWSSD Impact on Schistosomiasis (IDWSSD Steering Committee Report, 6)
13 21 Rural Water Supply and Sanitation in Sub-Saharan Africa, a Strategy Brief, May, 1989.
13 22 Shuval, Hillel I. Health Effects of Wastewater Irrigation and Their Control in Developing Countries. UNDP World Bank Integrated Resource Recovery Series GLO/80/004.
13 23 Sijbesma, Christine van Wijik. Participation of Women in Water Supply and Sanitation: Roles and Realities, 1985.
13 24 Strategy for Survival [proposal for film documentary], issues of Decade Watch and correspondence with Hilda Pacqui, UNDP, 1982-1984.
13 25 Swaffield John. Demonstration Project in Low-Cost Water Supply and Sanitation; Report on a Mission to Brazil, August 16-24, 1981. UNDP Global Project GLO.78/006. TAG/BRA09.
14 1 UNESCO. "Progress in the Attainment of the Goals of the International Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Decade." Report of the Secretary General, March 6, 1985.
14 2 UNICEF. Program Development and Planning. "Abstracts of Evaluation Reports of UNICEF-Supported Water Supply and Environmental Sanitation Programmes," May, 1983.
14 3 United States Statement to the General Assembly and IDWSSD Kit, November 10, 1980
14 4 Water and Sanitation: Towards Equitable and Sustainable Development. A Strategy for the Remainder of the Decade and Beyond. UNDP and World Bank, July, 1988
14 5 Women and Water. International Women's Tribune Centre, 1990.
14 6 Women and Water and Sanitation: Proposed Outline for a Booklet [1984?]
14 7 Women and Water Supply and Sanitation (INSTRAW) 1984
14 8 Water is Life... (IDWSSD poster)
14 9 World Health Organization. IDWSSD Mid-Decade Progress Review. Report by the Director-General, 21 March 1986.

Sri Lanka - Water/Sanitation, 1980-1986

In 1980, Dr. Elmendorf accepted an assignment from the American Public Health Association to assist the government of Sri Lanka in preparing for the Decade of Water and Sanitation (1980-1990). She was part of a nine member team which prepared Sri Lanka - International Drinking Water and Sanitation Decade - 1981-1990 (1980, 2 vols.).


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14 10 Correspondence with American Public Health Association concerning assignment, 1980
14 11 Draft Plan for the International Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Decade (1981-1990) 2 volumes, July, 1980.
14 12 Draft Plan for the International Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Decade (1981-1990) 2 volumes, July, 1980.
14 13 "Sri Lanka International Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Decade, 1981-1990." Executive Summary, Oct., 1980.
14 14 "Request for Assistance to Implement Water Sanitation Project at Padiyatalawa in Sri Lanka"to IRDC (Canada) from Sarvodaya (Inc.) Sri Lanka [198-?]
14 15 Publications re: Ariyatne and the Sarvodaya Movement in Sri Lanka [1982-1986]
14 16 Sri Lanka - IRDC contract, and memoranda, 1986.

Water and Sanitation for Health Project (WASH) - Papers, Correspondence and Memoranda, 1980-1984

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15 1 Papel de la mujer como participante y beneficaria en programas de servicos de abastecimento de agua e saneamiento prepared by Mary L. Elmendorf and Raymond B. Isely. WASH informe tecnico no. 11, Dic[!]iembre, 1981.
15 2 Elmendorf, M. and Isely, R. - Public and Private Roles of Women in Water Supply and Sanitation Programs. WASH [cover missing] [ca. 1981]
15 3 Elmendorf and Isely. Role des femmes en tant que participant et beneficiares des programmes d'alimentation en eau et d'assainissement, Rapport Technique WASH no. 11, Decembre, 1981.
15 4 Elmendorf and Isely. Role of Women as Participants and Beneficiaries in Water Supply and Sanitation Programs, WASH Technical Report no. 11. December, 1981
15 5 Elmendorf, Mary. "Women, Health, and Development: Strategies and Issues," Key Symposium of the Southern Anthropological Society Meeting, April 18-21, 1984.
15 6 Elmendorf. Women, Water and the Decade. WASH Technical Report No. 6, 1981. Presented at the Centennial Conference, American Water Works Association, St. Louis, June 9, 1981.
15 7 Drafts with comments on "Women, Water and the Decade" by Mary Elmendorf. Includes correspondence from Raymond B. Isely, Mary Elmendorf, Rose Bannigan regarding paper to be presented at Annual Conference of the American Water Works Association, June 7-11, 1981.
15 8 Elmendorf and Isely. Water and Sanitation Related Health Constraints on Women's Contributions to the Economic Development of Communities. (WASH Technical Report No, 17), October, 1982.
15 9 "Water and Sanitation Related Health Constraints on Women's Contributions to the Economic Development of Communities." Paper presented to Conference on Women, Health, and International Development at Michigan State University Oct. 22-23, 1982.
15 10 Elmendorf. "Women, Water and Waste: beyond Access." WASH [ca. 1981]
15 11 Correspondence concerning copies of Ray Isely's and Elmendorf's paper, "The Role of Women as Participants and Beneficiaries in Water Supply and Sanitation Programs," 1981-1982.
15 12 Correspondence from Mary Elmendorf to Dr. Kenneth Wolf regarding her availability to work on future Camp, Dresser and McKee (CMD) projects and her preference to be hired through her consulting firm, April 10, 1981.
15 13 Correspondence of Mary Elmendorf and various persons concerning publications or information regarding WASH Project, 1981-1983.
15 14 Correspondence from Peter J. Kolsky to Mary Elmendorf requesting latter's participation in planning of WASH Project. November 14, 1980. Includes "Draft Action Plan for Technology Transfer Strategic Planning," n.d.
15 15 Correspondence responding to various presentations, activities, and sending of WASH materials by Mary Elmendorf, 1982 - 1983.
15 16 Memorandum from Dennis B. Warner, Project Director, to Mary Elmendorf regarding contract on Camp Dresser and McKee's WASH Project. Contract copies and personal notes are included, April 19, 1982.
15 17 Memorandum from J. H. A. ( J. H. Austin) to Ray Isely: Subject: Develop Protocol for Regional Bureau Task A-4, November 23, 1980. Includes additions in red ink by Mary Elmendorf, a form "Training Elements," form "Project Report Summary"and form "Procedure for Reviewing Documented Material."
15 18 Memorandum from J. H. A. to Ray Isely. Subject: Procedures for Setting Priorities of Visits to Missions and International Organizations--Task B-2, November 23, 1980.
15 19 Memorandum from Kenneth Wolf to Dr. Mary Elmendorf regarding participation in WASH Project. September 24, 1980. Includes message of Mary Elmendorf to Robert Thomas, CDM, with information on her consulting activities and background, September 13, 1980.
15 20 Memorandum from Mary Elmendorf to Dennis Warner, WASH Project Director. Subject: Trip Report to N.Y. May 12 and 14, 1992 (C-267, C-51), May 17, 1982.
15 21 Memorandum from Mary Elmendorf to James Bell, Water/Sanitation Sector Specialist, Peace Corps. Subject: Peace Corps Water/Sanitation Training Program, June 12-16, 1981, and training materials.
15 22 Memorandum from Mary Elmendorf to Jim Beverly, Ray Isely, and Dennis Warner. Re: Conference on "Women, Health and International Development." Michigan State University, October 22 and 23, 1982. Included is a handwritten list by Mary Elmendorf of persons asking for WASH materials. n.d. Also included is a copy of the program of the conference and a "Summary Statement" by Mary Elmendorf. October 8, 1982.
15 23 Memorandum from Mary Elmendorf to Jim Beverly, Ray Isely, Dave Donaldson and Dennis Warner. Re: IDWSSD Task Force on Women, Oct. 26, 1982.
15 24 Memorandum from R.B. Isely. Subject: Women's Participation in Water/Sanitation Project. March 10, 1983. Goals for the third year of the WASH Project which enhance women's roles in participation in water and sanitation development projects. Included are printed list of AID contacts, Outline of Phone Interview, and appointment sheets. Also included are lists of "Calls" with some handwritten comments.
15 25 Memorandum from Raymond B. Isely to Victor Wehman regarding Dr. Elmendorf's possible role in the two program areas. November 24, 1980.
15 26 Memorandum from Carol Rabin. Subject: WASH Report Guidelines. May 2, 1981.
15 27 Memorandum to Mary Elmendorf from R. Isely/J. Austin. Concerns documents listed from DSB offices, Dec. 29, 1980.
15 28 Memorandum to Ray Isely to J. H. Austin. Subject: Survey of Central Files-Task A-5. Project Documentation Task A-6. November 23, 1980.
15 29 Memorandum to Victor W. R. Wehman, Jr. from R. B. Isely through Dennis B. Warner. Re: Operationalizing Women's Involvement in Water Supply and Sanitation Programs: a Proposed Approach. May 6, 1983.
15 30 Memorandum to Victor Wehman, Manoj Batavia, Project Managers, from Raymond B. Isely. Re: Services of Mary Elmendorf, November 24, 1980. Included are personal notes, a handwritten list, and a typewritten list of "Women's Issues".
15 31 Memoranda from Mary Elmendorf to David Donaldson regarding WASH Project (C.310) and Women, Water and Sanitation for Health respectively, December 9, 1982.
15 32 Memorandum from Mary Elmendorf, etc. re: competency testing by WASH, March 18-19, 1981.

WASH - Meetings and Reports

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15 33 "Problem Solving Format for WASH Presentation of AID." Includes personal notes, Appendix 5A, Social Soundness Analysis, AID Handbook, Sept. 1, 1975.
15 34 "Report on Interviews with Central Bureau Staff." n.d. (Coordination and Information OTD No. 4).
15 35 "Report on Regional Human Resources Development Symposium for the Water Decade in Panama July 26 through 30, 1982." Prepared by Fred Rosensweig. October 6, 1982. Includes memorandum of transmittal to WASH Task Managers, October 7, 1982.
15 36 Summary of WASH Project Task Performance, September, 1980-January 31, 1981. Included are routing slips with a personal note written by Mary Elmendorf.
15 37 Tentative plan (4th draft) for the Workshop on Water, Sanitation and Health Education at the Country Level. n.d.
15 38 "Training Interview Guideline." Includes one sheet of "Introduction" (draft), December 4, 1980.

WASH - African Bureau Workshop on Water and Sanitation, April 28, 1981

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15 39 Agenda for workshop and a paper stating purpose and methodology using case studies of extant projects. Also included are case studies in abbreviated form.
15 40 African Bureau Workshop Project Evaluation Checklists. Checklists for Lesotho and Upper Volta are included. n.d.
15 41 Correspondence from Raymond B. Isely, to Mary Elmendorf, April 14, 1981. Invitation for M. Elmendorf to participate in the workshop hosted by the African Bureau. The agenda is included. Also included are "Review of Rural Water Supply/Sanitation Project (632-0088) in Lesotho" and "Review of Rural Water Supply (686-0228) in Upper Volta, West Africa," [n.d.]
15 42 "Reviews of the Mandara Mountains Water Resources Project (631-0012) in Cameroon, West Africa. n.d. Included is a letter of transmittal from R. Isely to M. Elmendorf. Re: Africa Bureau Workshop Case Study 4. n.d.

WASH - Agricultural Development Council

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15 43 Germain, Adrienne. "Expanding Non-Agricultural Uses of Irrigation Water: Advantages for the Disadvantaged?" Draft, October 10, 1980. Includes memorandum from A.M. Weisblatt asking for comments, modifications, and additions to draft, November 7, 1980. Also includes "An Algerian Case Study" by J. Keller and a memorandum from Sam H. Johnson III to Germaine on "System Inefficiencies and Other Comments on Salisbury, Connecticut," November 21, 1980.
15 44 Correspondence from Mary Alice Price to Dr. Mary Elmendorf inviting her to a planning session for a seminar on "Expanding Non-Agricultural Uses of Irrigation for the Disadvantaged," June 3, 1981.
15 45 Memorandum from Mary Elmendorf to all WASH Professional Staff. Subject: Exanding Non-Agricultural Uses of Irrigation for the Disadvantaged." Planning Session, June 30, 1981.
15 46 Correspondence to A. M. Weisblat concerning meeting plus follow-up, July 3 - 8, 1981.

WASH - Publications, 1978-1989

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16 1 Adaptation of Latrine Designs for Child Use, prepared by Robert Chessin. WASH Technical Report, March, 1983. With comments and correspondence by Elmendorf and others.
16 2 "Care/Bolivia: Water Supply and Small Scale Irrigation Program: A Final Evaluation of the USAID-Financial Project." August, 1986. WASH Field Report 162. Prepared for USAID Mission to Bolivia. WASH Activity No. 168. Prepared by J. Ellis Turner and Jerri Kay Romm.
16 3 Community Participation and Women's Roles in Water Supply and Sanitation in Developing Countries: a Three-Part Bibliography, prepared by Ellen M. Kendall. (WASH Technical Report no. 18) November, 1982.
16 4 An Evaluation of the Participatory Process in CARE / Rwanda Byumba Southeast Water Systems Project by Jeannine Coreil and Jean Beaudoin. WASH Field Report No. 267, July, 1989.
16 5 "Facilitation of Community Organization: An Approach to Water and Sanitation Programs in Developing Countries" by Raymond B. Isely. Washington, D.C., June 17, 1981. WASH Technical Report No. 7. Paper presented at the 10th Annual International Health Conference (NCIH) Washington.
16 6 "Feasibility Assessment and Preliminary Design of a Rural Water-Supply and Sanitation Project." Prepared for United States Agency for International Development, Manila, Philippines by a WASH Project Team, August, 1985. (The WASH team comprised Daniel B Edwards. Mary Elmendorf, Sally S. Johnson, and Robert H. Thomas.) Includes supplementary materials, a cable and a handwritten message, August-December, 1998.
16 7 "Malawi Self-Help Rural Water Supply Program: A Mid-Term Evaluation of the USAID-Financial Project" by Dennis B. Warner, Raymond B. Isely, Craig Hofer, and John Briscoe. Washington, D,C. December, 1983. WASH Field Report No. 105. Prepared for: USAID Mission to the Republic of Malawi.
16 8 "New Participatory Frameworks for the Design and Management of Sustainable Water Supply and Sanitation Projects" by Paula Donnelly-Roark. November, 1987. (WASH Technical Report No. 52; PROWESS Report No. 50.)
16 9 PVO Effectiveness in the Water Supply and Sanitation Sector. WASH Field Report, no. 183, April, 1986.
16 10 Relating Improvements in Water Supply and Sanitation to Nutritional Status." October, 1982. WASH Technical Report No. 16. Prepared for Office of Health. Bureau for Science and Technology. U.S. Agency for International Development. C-Task No. 309.
16 11 "Social Marketing and Water Supply and Sanitation: An Integrated Approach" by Mary Yacoob and Robert W. Porter. Washington, D.C., May, 1988. WASH Field Report No. 221.
16 12 "The WASH Catalog: Six Pamphlets Containing Summaries of Selected Reports from the WASH Project." Arlington, Va., June, 1989.
16 13 "Water and Sanitation for Health Progress Report No. 13. Washington, D.C., March 1990. Summary of CDM Contract Activities. March 1, 1989 to December 29, 1989.
16 14 Water and Sanitation for Health Project Coordination and Information Center. Pamphlet explaining WASH project [ca. 1981]
16 15 "Water Supply and Sanitation in Rural Development. Proceedings of a Conference for Private and Voluntary Organizations Sponsored by the National Council for International Health (NCIH) and the Water and Sanitation for Health (WASH) Project December 1-4, 1981. WASH Technical Report No. 14

Institute for Rural Water Knowledge Synthesis Project (AID), 1978-1982

Between 1980 and 1982, Mary Elmendorf worked as a consultant to the Institute for Rural Water under a contract from the AID to produce reference information on safe water and sanitation for use by technicians and planners actually engaged in field work in such projects. The output included a reference manual, Safe Water and Sanitation for Health (1983?) and several fact sheets. This work was apparently also referred to as the "Knowledge Synthesis" project. Elmendorf was employed to write a chapter on "Community Participation," for the manual, some of the fact sheets, and to advised on the editing of the entire work. The papers include drafts and notes of her chapter, including workshop presentations, outlines and drafts for the entire manual, drafts of some chapters, notes, and outlines for the Fact Sheets, and correspondence regarding the project.


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17 1 Elmendorf, Mary. "Community Participation," versions of first draft, September - October, 1980.
17 2 Community Participation - notes draft, Oct. 26, 1980
17 3 Elmendorf, Mary. "Community Participation," draft 2, copy with additional material and annotations [Dec. 1980?]
17 4 Elmendorf, Mary. "Community Participation," Original draft 2 [Dec. 1980?]
17 5 Elmendorf, Mary. "Community Participation," versions of draft 2 (fragment) Dec. 9, 1980.
17 6 Elmendorf, Mary. "Community Participation," notes "marked "Bits and pieces not included in new paper, 12/18/80," and memo with reply and notes from Mary Morgan to M. E., 12/19/80.
17 7 Elmendorf, Mary. "Community Participation," Draft III, December 15, 1980. Part 3/II in Safe Water and Waste Disposal for Health (Reference Manual Draft Outline) Original envelope, marked "Original of Final Version." Includes memo, Dec. 20, sent with copies of the manual to M. Morgan et al., regarding the ms.
17 8 Session on Community Participation - Guide for Discussion [1981]
17 9 Fact sheets - Planificacion popular, Nicaragua, 1978, and miscellaneous material for fact sheet. Cf. memo of Dec. 20, 1980, in "Community Participation," Draft III (above)
17 10 Fact sheets - Memo from Mary Morgan to Fact Sheet Writer/Editors, Outline, Fact sheet drafts and manuscripts, memoranda, etc., March - July, 1980
17 11 Fact Sheets - Seven Fact Sheets in Rural Water Supply with memo from Mary E. Morgan to Editorial Advisory Board, Knowledge Synthesis Project, April 9, 1982
17 12 "How to Operationalize Community Participation," several drafts [ca. 1980]
17 13 Pineo, Charles S. "Community Aspects of Rural Water Supply," chapter 1, Feb. 22, 1979
17 14 "Planning Environmental Health Programs," ms., chapter 6 [ca. 1980].
17 15 Program Planning for the Decade for Water, 1982.
17 16 Reference Manual/ Draft Outlines/ Safe Water and Waste Disposal for Health Proposed Outline for Part 3, Section 1, "Developing Environmental Health Programs, and Notes on Community Participation" by Elmendorf [ca. 1980]
17 17 Reference Manual... Part 3 (1st draft) Oct. 20, 1980
17 18 Reference Manual... Part 3 (incomplete ms.) Dec. 10, 1980.3
17 19 Workshop on Planning for Community Participation in Primary Health Care Projects in LDCs; (Washington, Nov. 6-7, 1980) Program, agenda, notes, and draft of "Community Participation," presented by M.E.
17 20 Correspondence from Mary E. Morgan, Communications Director, to Mary Elmendorf regarding participation in a project for AID to develop a set of materials in water supply, sanitation, tropical diseases, etc. A description of the project is given. December 18, 1978.
17 21 Memoranda from Mary E. Morgan, Editorial Coordinator, to Editorial Advisory Board. Re: Knowledge Synthesis Project, Sept. 20, 1979 - May 23, 1980.
17 22 Correspondence and memoranda between Mary E. Morgan and Mary Elmendorf, April 28, 1980 - April 5, 1982.
17 23 [Austin, John?] Memoranda to Mary [Elmendorf] August 6- Dec. 13, 1980.

Philippine Water Project (WASH), 1985-1988

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18 1 Notebook (3"x5") labelled "Elmendorf, Philippines, 1985."
18 2 Notebook and inserts relating to Philippine Water Project. Inserts include letters of John L. Landgraf and notes, 1984-1985.
18 3 Philippines water project, Portfolio #1: notes, manuscripts and other materials, 1985.
18 4 Philippines water project,Portfolio #2: notes, manuscripts, etc., 1985-1988.
18 5 PUSH Project: Pamphlet and fragmentary ms. [ca. 1985?]
18 6 WASH documents and correspondence, ca. 1985

Global Water, 1982-1983

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18 7 Correspondence from Peter G. Bourne, to Mary Elmendorf asking her to serve as a Council Member of Global Water. Includes note of Elmendorf's acceptance by telephone, April 9, 1982 and other correspondence, 1983.
18 8 Loiacono, Stephanie, Memorandum to Participants Global Water-World/W.I.D.E. Meeting, enclosing agenda for meeting, background paper on Global Water as an organization, and a copy of "World/W.I.D.E.'s Suggestions for Involving Women in Global Water," March 8, 1982, and letter to Mary Elmendorf, September 23, 1982
18 9 Memorandum from Mary Elmendorf to Dennis Warner. Subject: Global Water-World/W.I.D.E. Meeting March 15, 1982. Resume of meeting events, personal notes, and note of receipt from Dennis Warner.
18 10 Global Water - Flier and program "Faith and Global Water," Nov. 19, 1982


Series 3 - Accession 2: Appropriate Technology


Writings

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1 1 Miller, Billie A., Patricia W. Blair, and Mary L. Elmendorf. "La mujer en la salud y el desarollo," Boletin de la Oficina Sanitaria Panamericana, 93:5 (Nov. 1982).
1 2 Elmendorf, Mary. "Women as Decision Makers" (Xerox), chapter in Developing World Water [London, 1986] p. 281-282.
1 3 Elmendorf, Sarah Timpson and John Pickford. Memos and draft manuscript on Women as Decision Makers, 1985-1986.
1 4 Landgraf, John, and Elmendorf. Fuelwood in Thailand and Sabah, abstract for AAA presentation, 1982.
1 5 Ma Yangsheng [and] Mary Elmendorf. Strategy Paper No. II: How To? How Women have been involved in water supply... Draft August, 1984. New York. "Women and Schistosomiasis," proposed article for World Health by ME, correspondence, draft, 1986-87.
1 6 Elmendorf Notebook: "Indonesia, 1984" - Notebook with apparently unrelated inserts
1 7 Elmendorf Notebook - [ca. 1993]
1 8 [Elmendorf] Sanitation, 1994. Typed ms., 2 p.
1 9 [Elmendorf?] Lessons Learned, ms. with annotations. Fragmentary draft for "Salvadoran team."
1 10 [Elmendorf] [ Women in Sanitation] autograph notes, 1 p.
1 11 [Elmendorf, Mary] Community Participation in Decade Activities, typed ms. 2 p.
1 12 [Water] "Thoughts for Byron [grandson Byron Elmendorf] on Water." Printout, 4 p.
1 13 [Unidentified] Three unidentified typescripts: (1) Chart and "Questions/for Chart, (2) Excerpt from M. Elmendorf, 1997, revised, re Chan Kom, and (3) "Inserts," printout, 8p., 10/12/89.
1 14 Gender in Practice for Busy Engineers and Managers. Draft funding proposal submitted [by Elmendorf?] to the Overseas Development Administration [1996]

Organization papers

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1 15 Creative Associates, Washington, D.C. Rural Women's Participation in Health, Nutrition an child Care Services for At-Risk Children (0-5 years) in India. Research proposal, 1983. Annotations by ME.
1 16 Guidelines for Health Education in Water Supply and Sanitation. Draft. IRC, 12/24/1982.
1 17 Kalbermatten Associates. John Kalbermatten resume.
1 18 UN Water Conference, Mar del Plata, 14-25 March 1977. Portfolio with Draft Report, Overview of Papers, and ME's notes. Draft declaration, etc. Declaration and Management of Water Resource.
1 19 Guidelines for the Preparation of Case Studies on Women in Development (USAID, 1982).
1 20 Women in Development. AID Policy Paper, October, 1982, with notes by ME.
1 21 USAID Water Activities. E-mail from Meg Falter, reports, 2000.
1 22 Sewage Treatment for the 21st Century. Prepared for USAID, Regional Development Office, New Delhi, May 2000. Revised copy, with note by ME.
1 23 (WHO)Study Group on Technology for Water Supply and Sanitation, 1986.
1 24 Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council, Rabat Action Program, 1993.
1 25 Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council. Working Group on Sanitation Promotion. Report. Thun, Switzerland, March 1-3, 1994.
1 26 (WHO) Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council. Working Group on Promotion of Sanitation, 2nd, Thun, Ocober 3-5, 1994.
1 27 (WHO) Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council. Working Group, Barbados, 1995.
1 28 Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council. Working Group on Sanitation. Report of the Meeting Held in San Salvador, El Salvador, 25-29 March 1996. Annotations by Mary Elmendorf.

World Bank - General Papers, 1975-1996

Box Folder
2 1 Anthropological Consultant Survey, 1979.
2 2 Cernea, Michael. Sociology, Anthropology, and Development: Annotated Bibliography of World Bank, accompanied by correspondence from Elmendorf, May 14, 1993 re her publications based on WB research and a coded copy of her resume and resulting publication.
2 3 Cernea, Michael M. The Building Blocks of Participation: Testing Bottom-Up Planning. Washington, 1992. Presentation note to ME, with correspondence, 1992.
2 4 Correspondence, 1975-1995.
2 5 Elements of Women's Economic Integration (WB Paper).
2 6 Elmendorf, Mary. Memo re Community Participation, 1994, with attachments.
2 7 Elmendorf. Memo to James Lee. World Bank Terms of Reference, July 29, 1976. 2 copies.
2 8 Entry Points for Sociology into Project Work: Lessons of Experience from Rural Development Projects. Seminar Background Papers. Notes by ME.
2 9 Integrating Women into Development. World Bank, 1975. With autograph note by ME.
2 10 Note on Rural Road Lending; other notes and memos (WB) 1977-78.
2 11 Questions for Mary Elmendorf on SHE consultancy/Sheila Raines [Oct. 1993]
2 12 Water and Sanitation Publications (UNDP-World Bank, 1994)
2 13 Workshop on Participatory Development (World Bank, 1992). Papers by Bhuvan Bhatnagar, Michael Cernea and Alexandre Marc.
2 14 World Bank - Inter-office memoranda, 1975-1976.
2 15 World Bank. Infrastructure and Urban Development Department (INU) - Correspondence and appointment letter, 1988-1992. With fragmentary project material on "Water, Women, and Development."
2 16 World Bank - Transport, Water and Urban Development (TWU). Notices of appointment, expense reports, 1993 - 1996.
2 17 World Bank Mission notes, 1979.
2 18 Wright, Albert M. (World Bank) Strategic Sanitation Planning Approach (Seminar paper)
2 19 Cooper, Polly. Tourism Development in Nepal -- Khumbu. Photocopy, with note from Lester C.Anderson to ME; Cambridge, MA., 1976.
2 20 Kenya Bura Resettlement Case Study, July 1982. Notes on Women in Development no.22 (Case Studies). 12 p. Cf. ser 3, boxes 2-3.
2 21 Buckles, Patricia K. et al. The Training and Utilization of Rural Water Technicians in Guatemala [ca. 1978] "ME copy."
2 22 Elmendorf and Buckles. Aspectos socioculturales des abastecimiento de agua y la eliminacion de residusos fecales, 1980. Cf. Water Supply and Waste Development in Developing Countries.
2 23 United Nations Development Program-World Bank (UNDP-WB) Water and Sanitation Program. Correspondence, Urban Environmental Sanitation Activities, 1998.

International Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Decade (IDWSSD) Review

Additional material regarding a Second United Nation Decade on Drinking Water and Sanitation was received in February 2004 and have not been individually accessioned. They may be requested as 2nd Accession, Box 31. A list of contents is in the box.


Box Folder
2 24 Review Paper on the The IDWSSD and Women's Involvement (IDWSSD). "Final" proof, 12/18/89. iii, 38 p., with Selected References, p. 35-38.
2 25 Draft Decade Review for WHO, 12/18/89, 38 p. Letter from C. L. Elmendorf, 9 Feb. 1990, and annotations critiquing text.
2 26 Review Paper on the The IDWSSD and Women's Involvement (IDWSSD). "Final" proof, 12/24/89. Fragmentary.
2 27 Review Paper for the United Nations IDWSSD's Impact on Women and Women's Impact on the IDWSSD. Typed ms. [10/15/89] 28 p.
2 28 Review Paper for the United Nations IDWSSD's Impact on Women and Women's Impact on the IDWSSD. Typed ms. [10/18/89] 35 p. Page 2 missing.
2 29 Draft Decade Assessment, fragments, notes.
2 30 Kongsamut, S. (UNDP). TLS to M. Elmendorf, 11 Sept. 1989 re literature to be used in writing the Decade Assessment Report. Extensive annotations by Elmendorf.
3 1 World Health Organization - Correspondence between ME and WHO regarding preparation of the Decade Report, Asian consultancy, etc., 1984-1990.
3 2 Creation of an Interagency Task Force on Women and other documents relating to the IDWSSD, ca. 1984-1984.
3 3 Elmendorf. Women/Irrigation/Drinking Water/Sanitation and Their Interrelationships: A Background Paper for FAO/Food and Agriculture Organization (AGL), revised draft, April 13, 1985. (a) Copy with extensive revisions, Nov. 22-25, 1985. (b) Copy with annotations by J. Kalbermatten. (c) correspondence. A typed draft, without revisions, is found in Series 3, Box 10 (WB 332) #6. A copy of the Bibliography by Elmendorf and John Landgraf and many of the works cited are in Series 6.
3 4 This Paper on Women/Irrigation/Drinking Water/Sanitation and Their Interrelationships, prepared by FAO in Collaboration with WHO and the Inter-Agency Task Force on Women and the IDWSSD. Preliminary draft, January 1986. Extensive annotations.
3 5 Questionnaire from ME and May Yacob re training material.. Accompanied by routing slip with note to ME and others, May 30, 1984.
3 6 Duty Trip Report to WHO, Geneva, Switzerland, 15 January to 19 January, 1986, by Mary Elmendorf. 3 p.
3 7 IDWSSD. Briefing Document. Draft. 27 February 1980. World Health Organization (EHE/80/8). 51 p.
3 8 IDWSSD Steering Committee. Women as Innovators in Drinking Water and Sanitation Projects [prepared by Mary Elmendorf] New York, 15-16 April 1982.
3 9 IDWSSD. Basic Strategy Document on Human Resources Development. April 1982.
3 10 IDWSSD Steering Committee for Co-operative Action. Suggested Guidelines for Incorporating Community Communication and Participation in Project Formulation, 9-10, November 1982.
3 11 Interagency Task Force on Women and the IDWSSD. Miscellaneous documents.1982.
3 12 Interagency Task Force on Women and the IDWSSD. Third Meeting, July 2-3, 1984.
3 13 IDWSSD Steering Committee for Cooperative Action Inter-Agency Task Force on Women. Proposals for 1989-1990. Draft version and final: "Strategies to Involve Women: Proposals for 1989-1990, December 1988.
3 14 Report on IDWSSD Activities in Human Resources Development. IDWSSD Steering Committee for Cooperative Action Inter-Agency Task Force on Women, #3, 1990.
3 15 International Reference Centre for Community Water Supply. Community Education and Participation. Proposal: Inter-regional Project, June 1981, and First Meeting of the Community Participation Advisory Group, 8-9 October 1981.
3 16 Narayan-Parker, Deepa. A Challenge to Social Scientists: Developing Research Methodologies for Water and Sanitation. With letter to Gunnar; 12 Oct. 1984.
3 17 IDWSSD Steering Committee for Cooperative Action, 12th Meeting, Vienna, 23-25 October 1984. Progress reports by agencies, 1983-1984. With this are related reports, 1982-1985, Sanitation and Health in collaboration with the Technology Advisory Group of the World Bank. Collier Macmillan Visual Learning. Draft.
3 18 New Delhi Statement: Global Consultation of Safe Water and Sanitation for the 1990s, Sept. 1990. (Safe Water 2000).
3 19 Sanitation and Health in Collaboration with the Technology Advisory Group of the World bank (Collier Macmillan Visual Learning)
3 20 Unpublished papers on women, water and sanitation issues.

International Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Decade (IDWSSD). Promotion and Support of Women's Participation in the IDWSSD (PROWWESS INT/83/003): Promotion of the Role of Women in Water and Environmental Sanitation Services (PROWESS/UNDP INT/89/038)

Box Folder
4 1 Promotion and Support for Women's Participation in the International Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Decade. Project document to establish project [May 1983] Typed drafts with annotations by ME.
4 2 Workshop, Stamford, Conn., 18-19 July 1983.
4 3 Draft Proposal for the Preparation of a Literature Review and a Selected and Annotated Bibliography on the Role of Women in Community Water Supply and Sanitation, (IRC, 1983) with correspondence, October-November 1983.
4 4 Revised Project Document [1983]
4 5 Second - [Third] Annual Project Review Meeting, 22 October 1985 - 10 September 1987.
4 6 PROWWESS Reports, June 1983-Dec. 1987.
4 7 PROWWESS Project revision: Amended budget, Dec. 1986.
4 8 Project Performance Evaluation Report, December 1998.
4 9 PROWWESS: Background and Objectives [ca. 1989]
4 10 Project Document, starting 1 January 1989.
4 11 Involvement of Women in Water Supply, Sanitation and Health Education Projects. Guidelines for Case Studies. UNDP/INT/83/003, March 1984. Cf. Ser. 3/11(WB33) 11.
4 12 Training Manual - Module 17. Preliminary draft (2 versions?) Cf. Ser 3/11 (WB33) 25 for Module 18.
4 13 Elmendorf and Kruiderink. Report of Mission to Honduras, 16-23 October 1983 (INT/83/003) with partial appendices and attachments. Cf. Ser 3, Box 11 (WB33).
4 14 Early draft of Honduras report?
4 15 Honduras notebook with insertions, including slide and photographs.
4 16 Trip Report, Bangkok, Jan. 31, 1983, and Terms of Reference from Richard Middleton, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Dec. 22, 1983.
4 17 Thailand: UNDP/PROWWESS/IDWSSD - Back to Office and Full Report, May 25, 1983. 58 p. cf. also ser 3, Box 11(WB33)
4 18 Kenya: Participatory Training-of-Trainers Workshop. (UNDP/PROWWESS publication, 1986.)
4 19 UNDP/PROWWESS. Final Report: Technical Support Agreement, PROWWESS-UNICEF (INT/83/003/Mexico/1989)
4 20 UNDP/PROWWESS. Tapping a New Reservoir for Water.
4 21 UNDP/PROWWESS. Promotion and Support for Women's Participation in the IDWSSD. Terms of Reference and other documents; correspondence, 1982 -1987.
4 22 UNDP/PROWWESS. Information and Training for Low Cost Water Supply (INT 082/002)- correspondence, 1982.
4 23 WHO/PROWWESS/Nepal, 1986Inter-Country Workshop on Mid-course case studies review of women's participation in community water supply and sanitation, Kathmandu, Nepal, 12-19 Sept. 1986.
5 1 UNDP/PROWWESS exhibit at UNA/USA Florida, 1991. Letter to Siri Melchoir-Tellier, 15 Jan. 1991. Photograph.
5 2 Elmendorf. Faxed letter and documents to Siri Melchoir-Tellier, 5 June 1991, re "Genesis of PROWESS." 8 p.
5 3 Melchoir-Tellier, Siri. Correspondence to Elmendorf re UNDP/PROWESS, 1990-1991.
5 4 Forward-looking Assessment of PROWWESS, 1991, with letter of transmittal from Timothy S. Rothermal and reply by ME, 1992.
5 5 UNDP/PROWWESS/UNIFEM - Memoranda, 1991-1992. With 9 photographs from Chalco, camera dated 92/9/18.
5 6 Narayan-Parker, Deepa. "Participatory Evaluation: Tools for Managing Change in Water and Sanitation," June, 1991. PROWWESS/UNDP, June 1991. Cf. Box series 3, Box 12/14.
5 7 UNDP/PROWWESS. Draft Trip Report, Mexico, July, 1991, with correspondence, related documents, and attachments

Sri Lanka Project

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5 8 [Philippines] Seminar on Women's Issues in Water and Sanitation, Manila, 9/24-26, 1984 - Agenda, Proceedings, Papers.
5 9 Elmendorf. Memo to Richard Middleton, May 25, 1983. Project Report.
5 10 Sri Lanka - Miscellaneous, notes, documents, etc. 1980-1983.
5 11 Sri Lanka - Miscellaneous notes, documents, etc.(2)
5 12 Sri Lanka - Organizations Working at Village Level and Institutions with Training Centers (charts)
5 13 Sri Lanka - Kalbermatten, John. Sarvodaya memorandum, 1983.
5 14 Sri Lanka - Social Equity, etc.; notes from John Austin.
5 15 Sri Lanka, 1981, and UNEP, 1991, note cards.
5 16 Sri Lanka - Background material.
5 17 [Sri Lanka] AID. Community Participation/ Sri Lanka, 1980.
5 18 [Sri Lanka] CoWater International (Colombo, Sri Lanka) - Correspondence, 1992.

WASH

Box Folder
6 1 Elmendorf, Mary. Women: The Underused Human Resource, July 1982. For other drafts, Cf. Ser. 3,10 (WB32) 7-8.
6 2 Elmendorf and Raymond B. Isely. Water and Sanitation-related Health Constraints on Women's Contributions to the Economic Development of Communities.
6 3 Water and Sanitation for Health Project (WASH) - Correspondence, 1980-1993.
6 4 Elmendorf, M. Memo to Paul Howard, WASH, re "Chessin, R., 'Adaptation of Latrine Design for Child Use' "; March 21, 1983. 6 p.
6 5 Global Water Policy and Technology Summits. Executive Summary.

ADP/CARE Guatemala Project

Between July and September, 1986, Elmendorf led a six week, five person team, evaluating Agua del Pueblo and Care water/sanitation projects in over 150 rural communities in Guatemala. The projects were financed by the USAID.


Box Folder
6 6 Elmendorf, Mary, et al. Una evaluacion formative de los proyectos de Agua del Pueblo y Care en Guatemala. Prepared for AID-Guatemala under contract with the International Institute of Science and Technology (ISTI) August 1986.
6 7 Notebook, labeled "Guatemala, 1986, U.S. AID."
6 8 CARE Water Project Grant, No. 520-0336, March 27, 1985, and accompanying documentation, 1985-1986. Includes memoranda to ME.
6 9 ADP/Care Water Project - Interviews, background information on CARE and ADP, 1985-1986.
6 10 ADP/Care Water Projects - AID Documents, 1985.
6 11 ADP/Care Water Project. Documents, 1986.
6 12 Notes and background material on projects in Guatemala and El Salvador.
6 13 Evaluacion de proyecto: Mejoramiento de los servicos publicos de El Salvador para ls USAID/SAlvador. Preparado por Cambridge Consulting Corporation... Mary Lindsay Elmendorf, March 1995. With folder of material on El Salvador.
6 14 CARE - Resume of projects in Honduras; correspondence, 1983-1984.
6 15 Nicaragua Ministry of Health brochures on children's health.
6 16 Ecuador - Papers re Women and Development in Ecuador, ca, 1987.

SIRDO in Mexico

Box Folder
7 1 Merida's Solid Waste Management System. Abstract, July, 1991 - with ME's note cards on the SIRDO.
7 2 Elmendorf, Mary. Project SIRDO, Integral System for Recycling Organic Waste (Mexico). IRDC confidential trip report, July 1-July 16, 1991. 2 drafts, accompanied by background and related material.
7 3 Elmendorf. SIRDO trip report to IRDC, Feb. 20, 1992.
7 4 IDRC/GTA SIRDO process. Reporte final, Mexico, 1989-92. "Copia especial para Mary Elmendorf."
7 5 Planning for Recycling, presented by Josefina Mena-Abraham. Seminar sponsored by the National Wildlife Federation, Jan. 1996. Comments and correspondence by Elmendorf re El Sirdo.
7 6 SIRDO en Mexico - Miscellaneous documents.

Centre for Development and Population Activities - Mexico

In 1992-93, Elmendorf visited and evaluated CEDPA assisted projects in five Mexican states and prepared "Environmental Strategies for CEDPA."


Box Folder
7 7 Centre for Development and Population Activities - Contract, correspondence, etc. re: environmental consulting by Elmendorf, 1992-1993.
7 8 Centre for Development and Population Activities - Proposal to the General Services Foundation for project in Mexico and Guatemala, 1994.
7 9 USAID - Mexico's Global Climate Change Program, 1992.

Florida

Box Folder
7 10 Kalbermatten, John. Memorandum on Residential Sewage Disposal: Two Types of Septic Tank Systems Employed in Florida. World Bank, Full Report, August 29, 1977.
7 11 Florida House. Miscellaneous documents, 1993-1994.
7 12 Florida House Institute for Sustainable Development/Floridians for a Sustainable Population, 1997-1998.
7 13 USAID Trip to Florida, July 1999. Correspondence, itinerary, etc., in regard to visit of USAID delegation from India, organized by C. Lindsay Elmendorf, to visit water projects in South Florida. Contains information about projects visited.

India - Self Employed Women's Association (SEWA)

Box Folder
8 1 Self Employed Women's Association (SEWA) Publications: Profiles of Self-employed Women. Ahmedabad: SEA [1975] With leaf of notes by ME. My Home, My Work Place. Report of a National Workshop on Hoe-based Piece-rateWorkers, Ahmedabad, Nov. 17-19, 1987.With annotation by ME. We, the Self-employed. Ahmedabad: Self Employed Women's Association, 1982.
8 2 Future of Our Cities / Ela R. Bhatt, 1986. E-mail from C.L. Elmendorf to ME re Ela R. Bhatt and SEWA.
8 3 Gujarat Mahiula Housing SEWA Trust - Brochures

India - Sulabh International

Box Folder
8 4 Estimates and Designs, 1981.
8 5 Pathak, Bindeshwar. Sulabh Shauchalaya: A Study of Directed Change [1982]
8 6 Pathak, Bindeshwar. Sulabh Shauchalaya (Hand flush water seal latrine): A Simple Idea That Worked. [ca. 1981] Inscribed presentation from author to ME, 1983.
8 7 Training Manual on Women and Sanitation (USAID and Sulabh International) 1995.
8 8 Training Manual on Women and Sanitation, volume 2. Draft. May 28, 1996.
8 9 Views of the Press and People (Sulabh International) [ca. 1994]
8 10 Sulabh International Social Service Organization. Sulabh International Museum of Toilets [ca. 1991] and correspondence and documents, 1995-1998. The 1998 letter is in a Museum of Toilets guide.
8 11 SULABH manual (draft), papers by Dr. Pathak 1996-1997.
8 12 USAID India - Mission's WIN (Women's Initiative) Project, 1995.

Women, Water, Sanitation Annual Abstract Journal

In 1991, as part of her PROWWESS consultancy, was assigned, to review documents and prepare copy for issues no. 1 of Woman, Water, Sanitation Annual Abstract Journal, published by PROWWESS and the IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre (IRC). She continued this relationship for several years. Folders may contain correspondence, primarily with Christine van Wijk of the IRC, copy for the Journal, and copies of articles being abstracts, or published copies of the Journal.


Box Folder
9 1 Women, Water, Sanitation Annual Abstract Journal, no. 1, 1991.
9 2 Women, Water, Sanitation Annual Abstract Journal, no. 2, 1992. Includes published issue.
9 3 Women, Water, Sanitation Annual Abstract Journal, 1993.
9 4 Women, Water, Sanitation Annual Abstract Journal,1994.
9 5 Women, Water, Sanitation Annual Abstract Journal, 1995.
9 6 Women, Water, Sanitation Annual Abstract Journal,1996.
9 7 [Women, Water, Sanitation, 1996]: E-mails, December 1996, to Maria Lucia Borba (IRC) apparently referring to accompanying documents: Unattributed manuscript of "State of the Art: Gender and Water Supply and Environmental Sanitation for Urban Upgrading," with ms. revisions, Report on WEDEC, 22nd, prepared by Elmendorf(?) and abstracts for Women, Water, Sanitation Annual Abstract Journal, no. 6.

Energy and the Environment

Additional papers were received relating to Energy and the Environment in February 2004. They have not yet been individually accessioned. They may be reviewed by requesting 2nd Accession: Box 32. A list of contents is in the Box.



Series 4: General Papers, 1954-1995


Biographical and awards

Box Folder
1 1 Articles about M. Elmendorf, with one photo, 1960-1973
1 2 C.V.s' /Resumes, ca. 1974-1987.
1 3 Elmendorf, John. Correspondence and forms re: possible World Bank employment, 1962.
1 4 Informal Summary of Activities for Elmendorf and J. Landgraf, 1981-82.
1 5 "John and Mary Elmendorf - A Mosaic, 1937-1980," by M.E. - 3 drafts, 1994.
1 6 Letters of Recommendation for Elmendorf by M. A. Griffiths, A. Villa-Rojas, and Dorothy Lee, 1975.
1 7 Margaret Mead Award, 1982 - Acceptance address, photos and other memorabilia.
1 8 Order of Aztec Eagle Award - Letter of nomination of Mary Elmendorf by Don Juan Duran Y Casahonda, Oct. 21, 1960.
1 9 Personal Qualifications Statement, Civil Service Application, Fingerprints, 1979.
1 10 Price, Margo. "Always Questioning," [Mary Elmendorf and World Bank] University Alumni Report, vol. 41, no.2, April, 1994.
1 11 Psychological "Profile," of Mary Elmendorf by RPF [Roy P. Fairfield] 1977
1 12 Publications - Announcements, etc., of various publications by Elmendorf.
1 13 Stockbridge, Dorothy, "A World of Caring," [about Mary Elmendorf] Sarasota Herald-Tribune, Feb. 7, 1975.
1 14 Transcript of interview with M.E. by Roy and Phyllis Fairfield, Dec. 10, 1975, and memo from R. Fairfield, March, 1980.

Vietnam War

Correspondence and publications from the Vietnam War period relating to opposition to the war, conscientious objectors, anti-ballistic missile systems, and the McGovern for presidency campaign. Elmendorf apparently was involved in counseling of conscientious objectors. Among the publications, Quaker groups, conscientious objectors, and other war opponents are represented.


Box Folder
1 15 Elmendorf - Adams, David. Memo with enclosures from U.S. National Student Association re: draft and Vietnam War, 1969.
1 16 Elmendorf - Young, Ezra (American Friends Service Committee) and others. Correspondence re: Conscientious Objector Service, 1969 - 1972.
1 17 Elmendorf, John and Mary - McGovern, Mrs. George and "McGovern for President" Campaign - Correspondence, 1971.
1 18 Holland, Spessard L. - Mary Elmendorf. Correspondence regarding the Safeguard anti-ballistic missile system, May 16, 1969.
1 19 MacDonald, John D. - Elmendorf, Mary. Correspondence with several enclosures regarding Vietnam War, 1967.
1 20 Salas, Maria G. - Elmendorf, John. Correspondence, Nov. 25, 1969.
1 21 American Friends Service Committee and other Quaker Groups - Pamphlets, primarily regarding Vietnam War [ca. 1970]
1 22 Another Mother for Peace Publications, 1969-1972.
1 23 Anti-Draft Week, March 16-22, 1970.
1 24 Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors. Draft Counselor's Manual, December, 1968.
1 25 Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors. Newsletters and Publications, 1969 - 1970.
1 26 Sarasota Committee to Stop the War in Vietnam, 1967
1 27 Vietnam Moratorium Committee, 1969
1 28 War Resistors League [ca. 1969]

Correspondence by date

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1 29 1964-1971
1 30 1972-1973
1 31 1974-1975
1 32 1976-1977
1 33 1978-1979
1 34 1980-1981
1 35 1982-1987
1 36 1988-1995 [n.d.]

Correspondence

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2 1 Agency for International Development (U.S. Dept. of State) 1976-1980; 1994
2 2 Almy, Susan, 1978,1983
2 3 American Anthropological Association, 1978,1982
2 4 American Association for the Advancement of Science, re: publications and presentations, 1973-1981
2 5 American Public Health Association 1979-1980
2 6 Beyne, Yewoubdar, 1980
2 7 Bhatt, Ela R., 1975-1976; 1994
2 8 Blumberg, Rae Lesser, 1973-1974
2 9 Boone, Margaret, 1979
2 10 Callaghan, Aline, 1978-1979
2 11 Camara Barbachano, Fernando, 1973, 1976
2 12 Carter, Jimmy, Administration from John and Mary Elmendorf re: government appointment, 1976-1977.
2 13 Cernea, Michael, 1993-1995
2 14 DeSaran, Sharadha, 1981
2 15 Dieterich, B. H., 1980
2 16 Elmendorf, John, 1961, 1971, 1973-1974
2 17 Fairfield, Roy P., 1971-72, 1978
2 18 Farrell, W. Timothy, 1977,1980
2 19 Florida Conference of Concerned Democrats, 1971-1972
2 20 Florida Status of Women Commission, 1967-1969
2 21 Giele, Janet, 1975.
2 22 Inter-American Research Training Seminar on "Feminine Perspective in Social Science Research on Latin America (Cuernavaca, 1974). Principal correspondents, Elsa Chaney and Michael Potashnik, 1974
2 23 International Development Research Center, 1977, 1984-1985, 1990
2 24 Jacobs, Sue-Ellen, 1974-1976
2 25 Jansen II, William H. (AID) 1979-1980
2 26 Johnston, Alan G., 1978
2 27 Kinzer, Nora Scott, 1973-1977
2 28 Lee, Dorothy, 1972 [n.d.]
2 29 Maas Coli, Hilaria, 1978
2 30 McKinstry, Elizabeth Farewell, 1974
2 31 Mathues, George B., 1960, 1969
2 32 Medicine, Bea, 1973
2 33 Merrill, Deborah, 1984-1988 [n.d.]
2 34 Nakom, Chi, with notes by Mary Elmendorf, 1974
2 35 National Academy of Sciences, 1980
2 36 National Research Council, 1980
2 37 Papanek, Hanna, with ms., "Women and Development," 1975
2 38 Paul, Lois, 1973
2 39 Peace Corps Training Program in New Mexico, 1981
2 40 Peters, Rosena, 1971
2 41 Pollock, David, 1971-1974
2 42 Redfield, Greta, 1972
2 43 Riesman, David, 1973-1989, with copies of commencement addresses 1968-1969
2 44 Rubinstein, Meri Knaster, 1973-1975
2 45 Sadowski, Eliabeth A, 1978
2 46 [Safa?] Helen, 1973, n.d.
2 47 Scott, Gloria (U.N.) 1973-1974
2 48 Secretariat for Women in Development, 1978
2 49 Select Committee on Population (U.S. House of Representatives) 1980
2 50 Silvert, Kalman H. (Ford Foundation) 1973
2 51 Solis, Gloria, 1985
2 52 Stevens, Evelyn, 1973-1975
2 53 Suardiaz, Delia E., 1973-[1974?]
2 54 Thailand/AID Renewable Energy Project, 1980-1981
2 55 Tienda, Marta, 1978 [n.d.]
2 56 UNICEF, 1980-1981
2 57 Uphoff, Norman, 1984
2 58 Villa Rojas, Alfonso, Includes some newspaper clippings, [1970?] - 1981
2 59 Ware, Caroline, 1973
2 60 Wernimont, Kenneth, 1968-1973
2 61 WHO International Reference Centre for Community Water Supply, (Correspondents include Paul Kerkhoven and Alastair White) 1980-1982
2 62 Wilkie, James W., 1973

Presentations and Publications

Box Folder
3 1 "Assessing Community Energy Needs: Data Gathering and Dialogue," by Mary Elmendorf, Development Communication Report [1981?] p. 3-4, 14, and Untitled proof sheets with correspondence, March 16, 1981. Based on presentation given at the International Workshop on Energy Survey Methodologies for Developing Countries, Jekyll, Island, January 21-25, 1980.
3 2 "Beyond Access to Improved Water Supply and Sanitation: Impact on and of Women and Children," 16 p. Draft - March, 1980, 26 p.
3 3 "Beyond Access to Improved Water Supply and Sanitation: Impact on and of Women and Children," in The Impact of Interventions in Water Supply and Sanitation in Developing Countries, Proceedings of a... Pan American Health Organization [Seminar], Washington, March 25-26, 1980. U.S. AID, 1981.
3 4 "Beyond Access to Improved Water Supply and Sanitation: Impact on and of Women and Children," 16 p."Draft - 4/80. "An earlier version... was presented at the Seminar on Impact of Interventions in Water Supply and Sanitation in Developing Countries... Washington, March 25-26, 1980.
3 5 "The Changing Role of Women in Contemporary Latin America," Latinamericanist (v.8, no.5) May 15, 1973.
3 6 Comments on paper by R. G. Feacham: "Rural Water and Sanitation," (1980) with copy of article and letter by Raymond B. Isely, 1980-1981.
3 7 "Finding Out about Energy Needs and Resources: the Human Dimension," by Mary Elmendorf, presented at the International Workshop on Energy Survey Methodologies, National Academy of Sciences, Jekyll Island, GA, Jan. 21-15,1980. Typed ms., Working Draft, March, 1980, 31 p.
3 8 "Finding Out about Energy Needs and Resources: the Human Dimension," by Mary Elmendorf, presented at the International Workshop on Energy Survey Methodologies, National Academy of Sciences, Jekyll Island, GA, Jan. 21-15,1980. Working Draft - Revised 3/80. 20 p.
3 9 "Forestry, Fuel, Food and Females," two typed drafts, Discussion Paper, Feb. 20, 1980, 36 pp.
3 10 "Forestry, Fuel, Food and Females," World Bank draft discussion paper, Feb. 20, 1980.
3 11 "Forgetting or Remembering; Ignoring or Listening to the Marginal People," a discussion paper analyzing the Development Decade of the 1960's,"... Prepared for Appropriate Technology International - Sept. 20, 1979. Working draft [a] 23, 2 p.
3 12 "Forgetting or Remembering; Ignoring or Listening to the Marginal People... Working draft [b] 25 p.
3 13 "Forgetting or Remembering; Ignoring or Listening to the Marginal People... "Working draft [c, revised 9/24/79] 25, 3, 3 p.
3 14 "Forgetting or Remembering; Ignoring or Listening to the Marginal People," Sept. 25, 1979. "Comments welcome." 20, 3, 3 p.
3 15 "From Vancouver to Ottawa: 1976-1986," "Women, Water and Technological Change in Developing Countries," and "Roles of Women," in Seminar on the Participation of Women in Water Supply and Sanitation Programs, ed. Ilse Zandstra, Manuscript Report 150e, IRDC, Nov., 1988.
3 16 "Human Dimensions of Energy Needs and Resources," International Workshop on Energy Survey Methodologies for Developing Countries, Jekyll Island, January 21-25, 1980 (Washington, National Academy Press, 1980] and correspondence, 1979-1980.)
3 17 [Elmendorf] "La Mujer y el trabajo," Punto critico 1, no. 12, Dec., 1982, p. 36 - 39.
3 18 Update to two-part bibliography on Women/Irrigation/Drinking Water/Sanitation and Their Interrelationships, prepared by Mary Elmendorf and John Landgraf, 4 April, 1986. [Draft] Note: Moved to Series 6, Box 3 (WB64) 18.
3 19 "Notes for Studies of Mexican Villages," [1963?]
3 20 "Pertinent Research: Generalization and Linkage Drawn from a Preliminary Review of the Literature on Women and Water and Sanitation. INSTRAW Interregional Seminar, Cairo, March 12-16, 1984.
3 21 "Public and Private Roles of Women in Water Supply and Sanitation Programs"; typed ms., June, 1982, photocopy from Human Organization, 42(3) Fall, 1983, 195-204, and correspondence, July 1, 1982.
3 22 "Role of Women in Water Supply and Sanitation" / Mary L. Elmendorf and Raymond B. Isely, World Health Forum, 3(2) 1982, p. 227-230.
3 23 [Social and WID Issues in WS/S in the 90's by Mary Elmendorf] Typed outline with hand written title [ca. 1990?]
3 24 "Water Quality and Women in Small Systems," International Symposium on Small Systems for Water Supply and Wastewater Disposal, July 2 -4, 1987, National University of Singapore, Republic of Singapore.
3 25 "Water Supply, Sanitation and Diarrhoea: the Role of Women," Dialogue on Diarrhoea, no. 30, Sept., 1978, p. 3.
3 26 "Water Wastes and Women: the Hidden Dimension," International Conference on Water and Wastewater Management in Asia, World Trade Centre, Singapore, 27 February - 1 March, 1986.
3 27 "Where International Work Is and How to Get It," Women in Natural Resources: an International Perspective, University of Idaho, Moscow, March 8 - 9, 1982, drafts and correspondence.
3 28 Women as Acceptors of Improved Water and Sanitation Technologies: Implications for Planning," autograph and typed mss. [ca. 1984?]
3 29 "Women as the Key to Success of New Water Supplies," by Mary L. Elmendorf and Raymond B. Isely, Waterlines, v.2, no.2 (October, 1982), p. 11-13.
3 30 Women -- the Underused Human Resource: Education and Training of Women for Community Participation, Simposio regional sobre recursos humanos para ed Decenio International del Agua potable y del saneamiento ambioental. (PAHO, 1983), 174 - 191.

Conference Participation, 1971-1987

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4 1 AAA Symposium of Anthropology and Development, 1976. Notes.
4 2 AAAS Seminar on Women and Development, Mexico, 1975. Issue papers by participants.
4 3 AAAS Seminar on Women and Development, Mexico, 1975. "Alternatives for Peasant Women: a View from a Village in Yucatan." Prepared for the Seminar on Women in Development, June 16-18, 1975; typed ms., 13, 5 p.
4 4 AAAS Seminar on Women and Development, Mexico, 1975. "Alternatives for Peasant Women: a View from a Village in Yucatan," variant version [Oct. 1975?]
4 5 AAAS Seminar on Women and Development, Mexico, 1975. "Alternatives for Peasant Women: a View from a Village in Yucatan," fragmentary drafts.
4 6 AAAS Seminar on Women and Development, Mexico, 1975. Letter of invitation and other information for participants, 1975.
4 7 AAAS Seminar on Women and Development, Mexico, 1975. Reports of Workshops, 1975.
4 8 AAAS Seminar on Women and Development, Mexico, 1975. Notes by Mary Elmendorf [1975]
4 9 AAAS Seminar on Women and Development, Mexico, 1975. "The Uses of Intermediate Technology..." by Elizabeth O'Kelly, correspondence, and notes by M.E., [1975]-1977.
4 10 AAAS Seminar on Women and Development, Mexico, 1975. Women and World Development, ed. by Irene Tinker and Michele Bo Bramsen [Washington] Overseas Development Council [1976] Includes "The Dilemma of Peasant Women: a View from a Village in Yucatan," and autograph notes by M.E.
4 11 AAAS Seminar on Women and Development, Mexico, 1975. Women and World Development, an Annotated Bibliography, by Mayra Buvinic. [Washington] Overseas Development Council [1976]
4 12 AAAS Workshop on Women and Development. Washington, 1979. Agenda, Organization, Background Papers, and Personal Notes, 1979.
4 13 American Anthropological Association, 79th Annual Meeting, 1980. Panel on Women, Power and Career Advancement. Correspondence, Proposal and Notes by Mary Elmendorf, 1980.
4 14 Association of Applied Anthropology Session, "Population Policy and the Applied Anthropologist: In Memory of Steven Polgar," Los Angeles, 1978. Correspondence, drafts of presentations, etc.
4 15 Association of Women and Development Conference, Washington, 1985. Panel on Women and Natural Resources. "Some Reflections at the End of the Decade about Water and Sanitation," outline of presentation by M.E. and correspondence with Sarah Timpson, 1985.
4 16 Association of Women in [and] Development Conference, Washington, 1989. Report of participation by Ayse Kudat, World Bank, and program of meeting, 1989.
4 17 Conference on Feminine Perspectives in Social Science Research, Buenos Aires, March 19-24. Report by June Nash.
4 18 Conference on Global Development Studies, Lake Mohonk, N.Y, 1972. Correspondence, notes by M.E., papers, etc.
4 19 Conference on Population Growth and Urbanization in Latin America: the Rural-Urban Interface, Michigan State University, 1979. "Changing Family Structures and Development: Impact on the Child," by Mary Elmendorf. Title page only.
4 20 Conference on Women and Development: Redefining the Issues, Cornell University, April, 1984. Program, autograph notes by M.E., and correspondence, 1984.
4 21 First International Symposium on Integrated Rural Transport and Development. Proposal, Blacksburg, VA., 1984, including resumes of Elmendorf and others. Correspondence.
5 1 Human Potential and Human Use, Ohio Wesleyan University, 1972.
5 2 International Conference on Research and Teaching Related to Women, Montreal, 1982.
5 3 International Conference on Women in Health: Sex Roles in the Health Sector, Washington, 1975.
5 4 International Educational Development Regional Conferences on Population, 1973.
5 5 International Forum of Montreal: S. O. S. Water is Life, Montreal, 1990. "Social Impacts of Water Supply Projects: NGO's and the Human Dimensions," paper by Mary Elmendorf and other meeting material, 1990.
5 6 International Health Conference (National Council for International Health) Washington, 1981. Includes papers by Raymond B. Iseley, correspondence, notes, etc.
5 7 International Seminar on Management of Human Waste in Low-Income Settlements, Bangkok, Jan 16-22 - 1983. Abstract by Mary Elmendorf of "Women as Managers of Human Waste: Training for new roles and retraining for old roles." Included are notes outlining paper, correspondence, and other papers.
5 8 International Seminar on Management of Human Waste in Low-Income Settlements, Bangkok, Jan 16-22 - 1983. Drafts of paper, and copy of published version in Human Waste Management for Low-Income Settlements, vol. 1. Bangkok, 1983.
5 9 International Seminar on Management of Human Waste in Low-Income Settlements, Bangkok, Jan 16-22 - 1983. Memorandum from M.E. to Richard Middleton, Subject: Thailand... Back to Office and Full Report, May 23, 1983. Includes text of "Women as Managers of Human Waste," by M.E.
5 10 International Seminar on Management of Human Waste in Low-Income Settlements, Bangkok, Jan 16-22 - 1983. Report of Workshop C: Implementation Schedule of Field Trip, 1983.
5 11 International Student Program: Women Water and Childbearing, New York, 1980. Program and note for Workshop on "Women, Water and Waste: beyond Access" by M.E., 1984.
5 12 International Symposium on Women and Their Health (1980: Port Deposit, Md.) Interim Report, with annotations by M.E.
5 13 Local Decade: Men, Women and Agencies in Water and Development. International Symposium to Support the International Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Decade, Amsterdam, 1984. Draft working papers, correspondence, etc., 1984.
5 14 North American Indian Women's Association National Convention, Sisseton, N,D., 1974
5 15 Population Research as Applied Anthropology. Symposium for the Annual Meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology. Denver, March 1980.
5 16 Role of Women's Organizations in Development Conference (U.S. Agency for International Development) Washington, 1979
5 17 Seminar on Feminine Perspectives in Social Science Research in the Americas, Cuernavaca, Mexico, 1974 - Conference Proposal, Correspondence with Elsa Chaney, etc., 1973.
5 18 Seminar on Feminine Perspectives in Social Science Research in the Americas, Cuernavaca, Mexico, 1974 - List of Participants, Program, Correspondence, etc. 1974.
5 19 Seminar on Feminine Perspectives in Social Science Research in the Americas, Cuernavaca, Mexico, 1974. Report by Elsa M. Chaney.
5 20 Seminar on Problems of the Indigenous Woman, Chiapas, Mexico, 1972
5 21 Seminar on Problems of the Indigenous Woman, 2nd, Guatemala City, 1973
5 22 Seminar on Women Issues in Water and Sanitation, Manila, 1984. "Women as Change Agents: a Look at Action Research, " presentation by M.E., with autograph notes, May - October,1984.
5 23 Seminario-Taller sobre la participacion de la mujer en programas de desarrollo (Mexico, 1978)
5 24 Social Limits Seminair (UN Environmental Program and Aspen Institute) 1976.
5 25 Society for International Development (Notes from Conference) Montreal, 1971.
5 26 Society of Applied Anthropology Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, 1979
5 27 Symposium on Water Sanitation in Africa, Atlanta University, 1987. Papers by Dennis B. Warner (WASH), etc., and abstract of UNDP /World Bank presentation, 1985.
6 1 Technical Workshop on Monitoring and Evaluation of Rural Development Projects and Programs, Summary Report, 1976
6 2 UN Water Conference, Mar del Plata, Argentina, 1977.
6 3 UN Water Conference, Mar del Plata, Argentina. Report. [Washington] U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, 1977
6 4 WEDC Conference (7th, Loughborough, 1982) Water, People, and Waste. Correspondence and program.
6 5 WEDC Conference (7th, Loughborough, 1982) Water, People, and Waste. Austin, John H., Warner, Dennis, and Elmendorf, Mary. "Human Resources Development in Water Supply and Sanitation." Copy of paper and manuscript drafts.
6 6 WEDC Conference (7th, Loughborough, 1982) Water, People, and Waste. Elmendorf. "Women, Water and Waste: Beyond Access," typed ms.
6 7 WEDC Conference (7th, Loughborough, 1982) Water, People, and Waste. Raymond B. Isely's "Planning for Community Participation in Water Supply and Sanitation: Accounting for Variability in Community Characteristics. Conference papers and typed manuscript.
6 8 WEDC Conference (7th, Loughborough, 1982) Water, People, and Waste. Water, People and Waste in Developing Countries; proceedings, 1981. Includes "Human Resources Development in Water Supply and Sanitation," by Austin, Warner and Elmendorf.
6 9 WEDC Conference (10th Singapore, 1984) Water and Sanitation in Asia and the Pacific. "The Softer Side of Software in Decade Planning," or "The Importance of Women in Planning, Implementation, Operation, Maintenance and Training." Paper by Mary Elmendorf. Conference proceedings, etc.
6 10 Wellesley Conference on Women and Development, Wellesley College, June 2-6, 1979. See also Wingspread Workshop on Women and Development.
6 11 Wingspread Workshop on Women and Development, Wellesley College, June 8-10, 1976. See also Wellesley Conference on Women and Development.
6 12 Women, Health, and International Development, Michigan State University, Oct., 1982
6 13 Workshop: Food Production and the Introduction of Small-Scale Technology into Rural Life [Summary of discussion. Participants included Mary Elmendorf] [ca. 1973]
6 14 Workshop on Environmental Impacts of International Civil Engineering Projects and Practices, ASCE, San Francisco, 1977. Drafts of address "Public Participation and Acceptance in Development," by M.E., and correspondence, 1977
6 15 Workshop on Environmental Impacts of International Civil Engineering Projects and Practices, ASCE, San Francisco, 1977. "Citizen Participation for Successful Village Water Supply," Civil Engineering - ASCE, 48:8, August, 1978, based in part on Elmendorf's presentation.
6 16 Workshop on Environmental Impacts of International Civil Engineering Projects and Practices, ASCE, San Francisco, 1977. Environmental Impacts of International Civil Engineering Projects and Practices... New York, ASCE, 1978. Includes "Public Participation and Acceptance," 186-201.
6 17 Workshop on Programs for Women (Pathfinder Fund) Boston, 1977.
7 1 World Conference of the International Womens Year, Mexico City, 1975. "Equality, Development, Peace," Congressional Symposium on IWY, May 14, 1975.
7 2 World Conference of the International Womens Year, Mexico City, 1975. Integration of Women in Development, by R. B. Steadman
7 3 World Conference of the International Womens Year, Mexico City, 1975. International Protection of Women's Rights, 1975.
7 4 World Conference of the International Womens Year, Mexico City, 1975. "International Women's Year Conference and Tribune," a Report from Pushpa Nand Schwartz.
7 5 World Conference of the International Womens Year, Mexico City, 1975. Official United Nations Conference Publications (E/Conf.66) 1 of 2 folders.
7 6 World Conference of the International Womens Year, Mexico City, 1975. Official United Nations Conference Publications (E/Conf.66) 2 of 2 folders.
7 7 World Conference of the International Womens Year, Mexico City, 1975. Suggested Revisions to the United Nations World Plan of Action for International Women's Year
7 8 World Conference of the International Womens Year, Mexico City, 1975. "UN We Believe."
7 9 World Conference of the International Womens Year Tribune, Mexico City, 1975. Program.
7 10 World Conference of the International Womens Year Tribune, Mexico City, 1975. Xilonen, June 24-27, July 1, 1975
7 11 World Conference of the United Nations: Equality, Development and Peace, Copenhagen, 1980. Correspondence between M.E. and Sarah Weddington, 1980.
7 12 World Conference of the United Nations: Equality, Development and Peace, Copenhagen, 1980. Miscellaneous documents, brochures, copies of statements, etc., 1980.
7 13 World Conference of the United Nations: Equality, Development and Peace, Copenhagen, 1980. Official United Nations Documents (A/Conf.94).
7 14 World Conference of the United Nations: Equality, Development and Peace, Copenhagen, 1980. NGO Forum. A Summary of the Proceedings of the World Conference of the United Nations Decade for Women, NGO Forum (July 13- 20, 1980), a Report prepared by Mary Elmendorf.
7 15 World Conference of the United Nations: Equality, Development and Peace, Copenhagen, 1980. NGO Forum "Women, Water and Waste: beyond Access," by Mary Elmendorf, a discussion papers for the Equity Policy Center Mid-Decade Workshop.
7 16 World Conference of the United Nations: Equality, Development and Peace, Copenhagen, 1980. "Comments on 'Women, Water and Waste: beyond Access,'": by Leila Jayasekara, 1980.

Other Papers and Publications, 1954-1989 (bulk 1970-1989)

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8 1 Abadzi, Helen, 1989. Nonformal Education for Women in Latin America and the Caribbean: Solving the Mystery of the Unreported Trainees.
8 2 Aguiar, Neuma, 1974. The Impact of Industrialization on Women's Work Roles in the Northeast of Brazil.
8 3 Aguirre Beltran, Gonzalo [1973.] [Accepting the Malinowski Award.]
8 4 Andromedas, John N. and Russell E. Lewis, 1977. Appropriate Technology, Energetics and Draft Animals.
8 5 Ansell, Christine, 1981. The Benefits of Rural Water Projects: an Impact Survey of Five Villages.
8 6 Arizpe, Lourdes, 1976. Women in the Informal Labour Sector in Mexico City: a Case of Unemployment or Voluntary Choice?
8 7 Arujo Camacho, Hilda, 1974. Criterios y lineas de investigacion en el problematica de la mujer.
8 8 Asmon, Itiel and Frank Meissner [1975]. Development of Handicrafts and Rural Industries in Mexico.
8 9 Belcher, John C. and Pablo B. Vazques-Calcerrada [ca. 1972]. Cross Cultural Aspects of Sanitation Norms, with notes by Elmendorf.
8 10 Beyer, Martin G., 1986. The Wet History: Water Supply and Environmental Sanitation in UNICEF, 1946-1986. (UNICEF WET Monographs, No. 2, 2nd revision.)
8 11 Blachman, Morris J., 1974. Selective Omission and Theoretical Distortion: Problems Encountered in Researching the Organized Political Activity of Women in Brazil.
8 12 Blumberg, Rae Isser, 1973. Women of the Kibbutz: Retreat from Sexual Equality, and The Erosion of Sexual Equality in the Kibbutz [ca. 1973] with correspondence.
8 13 Boulding, Elise [ca. 1970]. Women as Role Models in Industrializing Societies: a Macro-System Model of Socialization for Civic Competence.
8 14 Boulding, Elise, 1974. Nomadism, Mobility and the Status of Women.
8 15 Boulding, Elise, 1975a. Familial Constraints on Women's Work Roles.
8 16 Boulding, Elise, 1975b. Women, Bread and Babies: Directing Aid to Fifth World Farmers.
8 17 Boulding, Elise, 1976. Women and Social Violence.
8 18 Boulding, Elise, 1979. Integration into What? Reflections on Development Planning for Women.
8 19 Brown, Susan E. [ca. 1971 - 1973]. Lower Economic Sector Female Mating Patterns in the Dominican Republic: A Comparative Analysis, and Female Mating Patterns as Coping Mechanisms: the Dominican Republic,with correspondence.
8 20 Browner, Carole, 1976-1982."Abortion Decision Making: Some Findings from Colombia, Studies in Family Planning, v.10:3, March, 1979, The Management of Early Pregnancy: Colombian Folk Concepts of Fertility Control [ca. 1976?] The Personal as Political, 1982; Traditional Techniques for Diagnosis, Treatment, and Control of Pregnancy in Cali, Colombia, 1979; with correspondence to M.E., 1979.
8 21 Browner, Carole, 1980. Sociocultural and Pharmacological Dimensions of Women's Reproductive Medicine in Oaxaca, Mexico [NSF Research Proposal]
8 22 Brownrigg, Leslie A. 1981-1982. Rural Women in Agricultural Development,"1982 and Considering Women in Project Design, 1981.
8 23 Bunster, Ximena and Elsa Chaney, 1975. Abstract: Women's Non-Familial Roles and Population Policy.
9 1 Camara, Fernando, 1976. A Social Anthropologist in Mexico.
9 2 Cebotarev, E. A., 1976. Rural Women in Non-Familial Activities: Credit and Political Action in Latin America, with letter to Elmendorf, June 23, 1976
9 3 Cernea, Mihail, 1972. Macrosocial Change and the Threefold Economic Role of the Woman in the Peasant Family.
9 4 Chaney, Elsa M., 1971. Supermadre: Women in Politics in Latin America.
9 5 Chaney, Elsa M. [1972] The Mobilization of Women in Allende's Chile.
9 6 Chaney, Elsa M. [ca. 1974?]. The Inferior Role of Women in Public Life.
9 7 Chen, Lincoln C., 1980. Evaluating the Health Benefits of Improved Water Supply through Assessment of Nutritional Status in Developing Countries.
9 8 Chinas, Beverly, 1970-1972. Women as Ethnographic Studies, 1970, Questionnaire, and correspondence between Chinas, Elmendorf, and George Foster, 1970-1971.
9 9 Colle, Royal D., 1977. Case Studies in Cassette Communication, The PILA as a Non-Formal Education Setting, and Reaching Rural Women: Case studies and Strategies.
9 10 Coombs, Philip H. [1980]. What It Will Take to Help the Rural Poor.
9 11 Cosminsky, Sheila, 1977. Knowledge and Body Concepts of Traditional Guatemalan Midwives.
9 12 Davidson, Jean, 1985. Finding an Integrated Curriculum That Meets the Needs of Rural Women--Some Conclusions.
9 13 Deere, Carmen Diana, 1976. Changing Social Relations of Production and Peasant Women's Work in the Peruvian Sierra.
9 14 Derryck, Vivian Lowery, 1974. Liberia: Urban Women and Political Participation.
9 15 Dobert, Margarita [1974]. The Changing Status of Women in French Speaking Africa; Two Examples: Dahomey and Guinea.
9 16 Dorit D., Padan., 1973. Women's Equality in Israel: Illusions or Reality? The Status of the Israeli Woman in Work and Political Activity.
9 17 Douglas, David, 1990. [Clean Water for All the World's People] with letter to Elmendorf.
9 18 Dubisch, Jill, 1974. Honor and Shame in Complex Society.
9 19 Early, John D., 1979. The Family Planning Program among the Indian Population of Guatemala.
9 20 Ebel, Roland H. [ca. 1970?] Political Modernization and the Community Decision Making Process in Guatemala: the Case of Ostuncalco.
9 21 Eckholm, Erik P., 1975. Losing Ground: Environmental Stress and World Food Prospects, with correspondence.
9 22 El-Katsha, Samiha, 1987. Women Water, and Sanitation (Egypt) an Action Research.
9 23 Elu de Lenero, Carmen [ca. 1974] Modernizacion y planeacion familiar de Mexico; Elaboracion du un manual para la captacion y diagnostico de los factores sociales involucrados en los programas de planeacion familiar rural, and Perspective femenina sobre la investigacion de ciencias sociales en America Latina: Esterotipo y Readidad, 1974
9 24 Fagley, Richard M., 1973-1977. Easing the Burden of Rural Women, Development of the Rural Poor, and Population, Nutrition, and the Role of women, 1973; correspondence with Elmendorf and Robert McNamara, 1973-1977.
9 25 Fernandez Valdes, Martha, 1973. Medicina tradicional y medicina occidental en el area Mazahua.
9 26 Feuerstein, Marie Therese, 1979. Participatory Evaluation.
9 27 Forman, Sylvia H., 1976. The Future Value of the "Verticality" Concept: Implications and Possible Applications in the Andes.
9 28 Freeman, Jo, 1971. The Women's Liberation Movement: Its Origins, Structures and Ideas.
9 29 Friedmann, Santiago, and William B. Lord, 1973. A Research Program on Rural Development Policy in Mexico.
10 1 Garcia Manzanedo, Hector, and Isabel Kelly, 1955. Comentartios al proyecto de la campana para le erradicacion del paludismo en Mexico.
10 2 George, J. E., 1973. The Role and Status of Women in Trindidad and Tobago, with notes by ME.
10 3 Germain, Adrienne, 1974. Some Aspects of the Roles of Women in Population and Development.
10 4 Germain, Adrienne, 1976. Poor Rural Women: a Policy Perspective.
10 5 Gissi Bustos, Jorge [1973]. Mitologia sobre la mujer.
10 6 Glittenberg, JoAnn K. and Isabel Nieves [1977] Opportunity Structures and Fertility Behavior in Guatemala, with note from Vera Rubin to M. Elmendorf.
10 7 Golladay, Fredrick and Caio Koch-Wesser, 1974. Health and the Urban Poor: an Introductory Analysis.
10 8 Graetz, Adan, 1976-1979. Address to the Cancer Congress, Baden-Baden, May 11, 1976, correspondence, etc.
10 9 Grant, James P., 1976. A Fresh Approach to Meeting Basic Human Needs of the World's Poorest Billion: Implications of the Chinese and Other "Success" Models.
10 10 Guadalupe de la Vega, 1978. Statement at International Development Conference.
10 11 Guadalupe Sanchez, Aurelia. Algunas reflexiones sobre las mujeres en Mexico, and Women in Mexico [ca. 1973]
10 12 Gurrieri, Adolfo, 1969. La mujer joven and el trabajo.
10 13 Gutierrez Suarez, Emma, 1955. Generation of Rebels: Women of the 50's, typescript and publication, Mexico, June.
10 14 Hackenberg, Beverly H. [ca. 1976] The Impact of Preventive Medical and Family Planning Service Utilizing Sub-Professional Personnel.
10 15 Hagen, Margaret, 1972a. Nota sobre los mercados publicos y el sistema de mercadeo de Managua, Nicaragua.
10 16 Hagen, Margaret, 1972b. Note on the Public Markets and the Marketing System of Managua, Nicaragua.
10 17 Harkness, Shirley, 1971. The Pursuit of an Idea: Migration, Social Class and Women's Roles in Bogota, Colombia, with correspondence, 1973.
10 18 Harrison, Polly F., 1978. Health Fears and Family Planning Policy.
10 19 Harter, Carl L. and William E. Bertrand, [ca. 1975] Live-in Maids and Prostitutes in Cali, Colombia: Social Demographic Similarities and Dissimilarities.
10 20 Herman, William S., 1972. La Virgen de Guadalupe, As She Lives in the Town of Culhuacan, Mexico, with correspondence.
10 21 Hernandez, Michel, Susana, 1971. Algunas caracteristicas de la mujer mexicana de clase media, Revista mexicana de ciencia politica, with notes.
10 22 Hewlett, Sylvia Ann, 1974. Patterns of Dependency: Economic Growth and Income Distribution in Brazil.
10 23 Hinkelammert, F. [ca. 1970] Dialectica del desarrollo desigual.
10 24 Hollander, Nancy, [ca. 1970] Women in Argentine Politics and Social Life.
10 25 Horner, Matina S. [ca. 1970] Toward an Understanding of Achievement Related Conflicts in Women.
10 26 Illo, Jeanne Frances I., 1987. Involvement by Choice: the Role of Women in Development, with many annotations by Elmendorf and material from Seminar on Women in Development, Manila.
10 27 Indian Women [ca. 1976?]. Several papers by various authors.
10 28 Isely, Raymond B., [ca. 1983] How Can Water Supply and Sanitation Serve the Goals of "Health for All" in Africa.
11 1 Jaquette, Jane S. [ca. 1971]. Women in Revolutionary Movements in Latin America.
11 2 Jaquette, Jane S., 1974. Latin American Women and Politics: Feminist Paradigms and Cross-Cultural Research.
11 3 Jelin, Elizabeth, 1974. La bahiana en la fuerza de trabajo: actividad domestica, produccion simple y trabajo asalariado en Salvador, Brasil.
11 4 Johnson-Sirleaf, Ellen, 1975. Summary of Views Expressed... at a Seminar on the "The Role of Women in Africa."
11 5 Johnston, Judy [ca. 1978]. Abortion as Contraception: an East Indian Case Study.
11 6 Jorgensen, Kirstin, 1980. Water Supply Problems in Rural Africa: the Implications for Women, and Water Supply Problems in Rural Areas of Africa: General Aspects.
11 7 Kagan, Jerome, [1972]. Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Early Development.
11 8 Kalbermatten, John M., and Richard N. Middleton, 1990. Water Supply and Sanitation: Are We Optimizing the Wrong Solution?
11 9 Kallgren, Joyce K. [1974]. Enhancing the Role of Women in Developing Countries.
11 10 Kelly, Isabel, 1954. Notes on the Culture of the Laguna Zone.
11 11 Kinzer, Nora Scott [ca. 1965]. Women Professional in Buenos Aires.
11 12 Kinzer, Nora Scott, 1973a. By Archangels Befriended: Women Professionals in Buenos Aires.
11 13 Kinzer, Nora Scott, 1973b. Priests, Machos and Babies: or Latin American and the Manichean Hersey, with letter to Elmendorf.
11 14 Kinzer, Nora Scott, 1973c. Sociocultural Factors Mitigating Role Conflict of Buenos Aires Professional Women.
11 15 Kybal, Elba [ca. 1976?] The Role of Women in Economic Development and Its Effect on Fertility.
11 16 Larguia, Isabel, 1973. The Economic Basis of Woman's Status.
11 17 Lavrin, Asuncion, 1972-73. Values and Meaning of Monastic Life for Nuns in Colonial Mexico, and correspondence with Elmendorf.
11 18 Leavitt Ruby R., et al. 1973. Aboriginal Woman: Male and Female Anthropological Perspectives.
11 19 Lewin, Ellen, et al, 1971. Power Strategies and Sex Roles.
11 20 Loudon. J. B., 1975. "Stools, Mansions and Syndromes" (photocopy) RAIN, no. 10, Sept./Oct., with correspondence from Jonathan Benthall, 1981.
11 21 Macaya, Margarita, 1966. Women: Their Role, Present and Potential in the Caribbean and in the Hemisphere.
11 22 Maccoby, Michael, [ca. 1971]. The Psychoanalytic Study of the American Public: Biophilia versus Necrophilia, with correspondence (Fromm-Maccoby scale).
11 23 Maccoby, Michael, 1978. Human Development in Traditional and Modernizing Villages.
11 24 Marshall, John F. [ca. 1970]-1972. Topics and Networks in Intra-Village Communication [ca. 1970], What Does Family Planning Mean to an Indian Villager?, 1971, etc., and correspondence with Elmendorf.
11 25 Mauluka, L. H., 1983. Community Participation in the Construction and Maintenance of Rural Groundwater Supplies in Malawi.
11 26 Miller, Robin, 1981. Chan Kon Women: a Study in Cultural Change.
11 27 Mota, Vivian M., 1974. El Feminismo y la politica en la Republica Dominica, 1931-1945 y 1955-1974.
11 28 Muhondwa, E. P. Y., 1976. Latrine Installation and Use in Bagamoyo District; a Study of Sociological Factors. (Ph.D. University of Dar Es Salaam).
12 1 Nash, June [ca. 1973]. Resistance as Protest.
12 2 Norton, Roger D. and Luz Maria Bassoco, 1974. A Quantitative Agricultural Planning Methodology, and Appraisal of Irrigation Projects and Related Policies and Investments, 1974
12 3 Obeng, Letitia E., 1980. Women and Water-Related Diseases.
12 4 O'Kelly, Elizabeth, 1977. Simple Technologies for Rural Women in Bangladesh (UNICEF) with correspondence.
12 5 Olin, Ulla, 1975. Society as a Public Family with a Missing Parent.
12 6 Olin, Ulla, 1982 - [1983?] A Woman's Approach to Development?, July, 1982, and UNDP papers ca. 1983?].
12 7 Palmer, Ingrid? [ca. 1976?] The Basic Nededs Approach to the Integration of Rural Women in Development: Conditions for Success, with correspondence.
12 8 Papanek, Hanna. The Differential Impact of Programs and Policies on Women in Development, 1979
12 9 Pellicer de Brody, Olga, 1973. El acercamiento de Mexico a America Latina: una interpretacion politica.
12 10 Perlman, Janice Elaine, 1971. Abstract: The Fate of Migrants in Rio's Favelas: the Myth of Marginality.
12 11 Pillsbury, Barbara L. K., 1979. Reaching the Rural Poor: Indigenous Health Practioners Are There Already. A.I.D. Program Evaluation Discussion Paper No. 2. Notes by Elmendorf
12 12 Poffenberger, Shirley, 1974. Enhancing the Roles of Women in Asia.
12 13 Polgar, Steven and Judith Flaxman, 1977. Body Notions, Perceived Vulnerability and Illness Behavior, with note to M.E.
12 14 Primary Care in Developing Countries -- Rhetoric and Reality; Potentials and Pitfalls, [ca. 1980?]
12 15 Puleston, Olga A. and Margaret Doyle, 1979. The Use of Model Diets for the Study of Ancient Maya Food Patterns.
12 16 Purcell, Susan Kaufman and John, [1973]. Community Power and Benefits from the Nation: the Case of Mexico.
12 17 Reyna, Stephen, 1976. Ethnocentric Domination: a Model of Planning Failure, with letter to ME.
12 18 Roark, Paula, 1979. The Role of Women in Successful Water Supply Projects. Report Proposal for Women in Development Office, USAID.
12 19 Roark, Paula, 1980. Successful Rural Water Supply Projects and the Concerns of Women,.
12 20 Roark, Paula, 1981. Social Assessment and Local Participation for Technology Maintenance in Somalia. Research proposal.
12 21 Rogoff, Barbara, 1977. Spot Observation: an Introduction and Examination.
12 22 Rosenfield, 1976. Patricia L. Health and Hygiene Programs for ZAPI de l'Est Project.
12 23 Rosenthal, Bernice G. 1973. The Role and Status of Women in the Soviet Union.
12 24 Saffioti, Heleith I. B. [ca. 1970a?] Relaciones de sexo y de clases sociales.
12 25 Saffioti, Heleith I. B. [ca. 1970b?] Trabalho feminino e capitalsimo
12 26 Safilios-Rothschild, C. [ca. 1975] Social Indicators of the Status of Women.
12 27 Salamon, Sonya, 1977. Bilateral Land Inheritance: a Source of Female Power in United States Agriculture.
12 28 Sara-Lafosse, Violetta [1971]. La condicion femenina en el Peru.
13 1 Schmidt, Steffen W., 1973. Woman in Columbia: Attitudes and Future Perspectives in the Political System.
13 2 Schoepf, Brooke, and Amelia Mariotti, 1974. Personal and Political: Anthropology, Marxism and Women's Liberation.
13 3 Schrank, Robert, 1973. "For a Worker Exchange Program."
13 4 Scott, Gloria L., 1973. Notes on Women in Jamaica.
13 5 Scott, Gloria L., 1981. Workshop on Women in Development. Project Design Issues.
13 6 Scott, Gloria L.,1982. Bangladesh, Employment of Women.
13 7 Scrimshaw, Susan C. M., 1977. Cultural Values and Behaviors Related to Population Change.
13 8 Scudder, Thayer, 1973-1977. The Place of the Behavioral Sciences in Development Agencies, 1977, with other articles, papers, and correspondence.
13 9 Self, George D., 1979. Social Analysis of Rural Potable Water Programs.
13 10 Sewell, W. R. Derrick, [1977] The Changing Context of Water Resources Planning: the Next 25 years, correspondence, and photocopies of articles.
13 11 Shanawany, Haifaa, 1978. Population Education.
13 12 Shapiro, Judith, 1974. Sexual Hierarchy among the Yanomana.
13 13 Shedlin, Michele G., 1977. Body Image and Contraceptive Acceptability in a Mexican Community.
13 14 Shedlin, Michele G., and Paula E. Hollerbach, [1978?] Modern and Traditional Fertility Regulation in a Mexican Community.
13 15 [Shedlin, Michele G.?] 1980. Report on New Strategies for the Delivery of Maternal/Child Health and Family Planning Services in the Rural and Semi-Urban Areas of Mexico.
13 16 Simpson-Herbert, Mayling, 1979. Low Cost Water and Sanitation Programmes in Muslim Countries: Special Socio-Cultural Considerations.
13 17 Sinquefield, Jeanne Carins, 1978. Pregnancy History Program: Conventional and Nuptial Rates, with letter from S. Kirkmeyer to M.E, 1978
13 18 Smith, Margo, 1973. The Female Domestic Servant and Social Change: Lima, Peru.
13 19 Smock, Audrey Chapman, 1976. Women's Access to Educationand Its Impact on Their Roles in Mexico, Working draft, with letter to ME, June 9, 1976, and note by ME
13 20 Srinivasan, Lyra 1982. Women at the Turning Point.
13 21 Stavenhagen, Rodolfo, 1971. Decolonializing Applied Social Sciences.
13 22 Stavenhagen, Rodolfo, 1976. La medicion del progreso real a nivel local: un estudio de caso en Mexico.
13 23 Stevens, Evelyn P., [ca. 1973] Pity the Poor Macho [Machismo and Marianismo] with notes and correspondence.
13 24 Stoler, Ann L., 1975. Land, Labor and Female Autonomy in a Javanese Village.
13 25 Stoler, Ann L., 1976. Rice Harvesting in Kalo Loro: a Study of Class and Labor Relations in Rural Java.
13 26 Stolmaker, Charlotte, 1974. Adaptations of Traditional Peasant Practices to Modern Needs.
13 27 Szalai, Alexander, 1973. The Quality of Family Life.
14 1 Tinker, Irene and Patricia Blair [1979]. Integrating Women in Development Issues into ISTC's Program; AID/DSAN-147-734.
14 2 Tinker, Irene., 1980. Women and Energy: Program Implications.
14 3 Tourinho Saraiva, Maria Terezinha, 1970. Aspectos da participacao da mulher no desenvolvimento.
14 4 UNICEF and Women, the Long Voyage a Historical Perspective (UNICEF History Series Monograph VII) 1987, with notes by Elmendorf attached.
14 5 White, Anne U. and Gilbert [ca. 1981] Reappraisal and Response to Changing Service Levels.
14 6 Whyte, Anne V., 1982. The Demand for Human Resources by the Community.
14 7 Wijk-Sijbesma, 1979a. Christine van. Participation and Education in Community Water Supply and Sanitation Programmes: A Literature Review.
14 8 Wijk-Sijbesma, Christine van, 1979b. Participation and Education in Community Water Supply and Sanitation Programmes: A Selected and Annotated Bibliography.
14 9 Wilkie, Richard W., 1972. Rural Depopulation: a Case Study of an ArgentineVillage.
14 10 Williams, Paula J., 1984-1985. Papers by Williams and others on Women in Forestry, etc.
14 11 'Workin' as Opposed to being Worked:' a proposal to Conduct a Two Day Workshop... in the Black Belt of the Old Confederacy, submitted by Consortium, Inc., 1980
14 12 Zaia Maccan, Sylvana. The Effects of Employment and Education on the Status of Women in Venezuela, 1974
14 13 Zeidenstein, Sondra and Laura, 1973. Observations in the Status of Women in Bangladesh.
14 14 Zimmerman, Stanley and Mary E. Morgan, 1975. Toward a Model State Program for Rural Water-Sewer Development.


Series 4 - Accession 2: General Papers

In addition to the material described below, additional material relating to Dr. Elmendorf's relationships and correspondence with various foundations was received in February 2004. It has not yet been individually accessioned. The material may be reviewed by requesting 2nd Accession, Box. 31. A list of contents in in the box.


Biographical

Box Folder
1 0 Mary Elmendorf's Vitae, May 2003, with Notes July, 2003. Also available online.
1 1 Current Topics (Soviet Union). Mary Lindsay's student notebook, Feb. 2, 1931-June 5, 1931 (Xerox)
1 2 Wehman and Associates. Corporate Capability Statement [ca. 1982?]
1 3 Elmendorf, Mary - Application for Visa, Sri Lanka, 1985.
1 4 Wenner Gren Application, 1993, - re Mary Elmendorf Papers. Rough drafts.
1 5 "Sarasota and Its Art Scene," by Pat Ringling Buck, et al. Comments by ME for University Press of Florida, 2001.
1 6 INPIM Membership Directory, 1999 (Draft of entry for ME)
1 7 Mason, Diane, with photograph by Evelyn England, "Mary Elmendorf," West Coast Woman, August 1996.

Correspondence

Box Folder
1 8 Elmendorf, Mary. Note to C. Lindsay Elmendorf; e-mail 1995; other family e-mail (daughter Susie and granddaughter Lucy Roberts, 1996).
1 9 Elmendorf, Mary and John Landgraf - Annual holiday letters and circular letters, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2001.
1 10 Elmendorf, C. Lindsay - e-mail, 1996-2001.
1 11 Correspondence re inclusion of a chapter by Elmendorf in a book, Culture, Power and the Environment, to be edited by John M. Donahue and Barbara Johnston, 1995-1998.
1 12 Association for Feminist Anthropology, 1988.
1 13 Branic, Gladys (Manatee County Department of Health). Correspondence and resume, 1996.
1 14 Carter, Jimmy, 1998.
1 15 Cary, Stephen (AFSC)- Correspondence about.
1 16 Clinton, Bill, 1992, 1996.
1 17 Comitas, Lambros (RISM) re Alfonso Villas-Rojas, 1995.
1 18 Coreil, Jeannine (University of South Florida) - Correspondence, paper, 1991.
1 19 Curlin, Peggy (CEDPA)- Correspondence, 1995-2001.
1 20 Doughty, Polly, and Paul (subject) re Malinowski award.1998-2002; photographs.
1 21 Elliott, Katharine. Letter to Mary Elmendorf, 1987.
1 22 Environmental Sanitation Information Center/Environmental Systems Information Center (EINSIC, Bangkok) - Correspondence, 1983-1994; re visit 1995.
1 23 Epstein, T. Scarlett - Correspondence and related papers, 1989-1993.
1 24 Federation of Organizations for Professional Women (Irene Tinker) - Correspondence, 1st Annual Meeting documents, 1973.
1 25 Ford Foundation, 1993-1996.
1 26 Fraser, Avonne, 1993.
1 27 Futures Group - Correspondence, 1990.
1 28 Ghosh, Gourisankar (UNICEF) - E-mail [ca. 1995] with documentation.
1 29 Gore, Al, 1992.
1 30 Grant, James (UNICEF), re Beijing conference, etc., 1995.
1 31 Grieshop, James I. - Correspondence, 1983.
1 32 Grover, Brian (World Bank)- e-mail, 1999.
1 33 House, Sarah - 1996-2002, with paper "The Integration of Women in Development Projects" for review, and notes by Elmendorf. Ser.6/Box 2/27 WB 59).
1 34 Howard, Lois Greenwood - Correspondence - July, 1971.
1 35 Human Organization - Correspondence, 1994.
1 36 International Science and Technology Institute (ISTI) - Employment correspondence, 1986-1995.
1 37 Johnson, Barbara - Correspondence, 1994.
1 38 League of Women Voters of Sarasota County, Correspondence - 1986.
1 39 Lechte, Ruth E. (International YWCA Council) - Correspondence, paper, 1991-1993.
1 40 MacArthur Foundation, re Elmendorf Papers, 1993.
1 41 MacCormack, Carol, 1989.
1 42 Macias, Anna - Correspondence, seminar program, 1972.
1 43 Marcy, Mildred - Correspondence, 1995.
1 44 Mishra, V. B. Letter from ME regarding cremation and the pollution of the Ganges River, 1999,with note and card regarding Lindsay Elmendorf, 1998.
1 45 Moseley, Stephen F. 1996.
1 46 Mota, Vivian E., Correspondence, 1973.
1 47 National College of Midwifery, 1994.
1 48 National Congress of Neighborhood Women, 1993-1996.
1 49 National Humanities Center- Correspondence, 1994.
1 50 National Science Foundation - Grant reviews, 1993.
1 51 Piercy, Jan (World Bank) 1996.
1 52 Population Technical Assistance Project (POPTECH) - Correspondence, 1995.
2 1 Raphael, Dana - Correspondence, 1973.
2 2 Rathman(?) Margot. ALS to ME, April 21, 1980, re death of John Elmendorf.
2 3 Rhoades, Robert - Correspondence, 1993.
2 4 Rice, Andrew (Society for International Development) - Correspondence, 1971.
2 5 Rice-Wray, Edris, Correspondence, 1971.
2 6 Ridings, Dorothy S. (Bradenton Herald)- Correspondence, 1993.
2 7 Riesman, David - Correspondence, 1997.Cf. series 4, Box 2/43.
2 8 Schmidt, Bob and Mary - Correspondence, with photographs, 1998.
2 9 Society for Applied Anthropology - Correspondence, 1987-1994.
2 10 Stephansky, Anne- 1996, [ca. 2003]with newspaper clipping on "African feminism."
2 11 Tobias, Sheila - Correspondence with John Elmendorf, 1971; papers on Women Studies programs.
2 12 Trimble, Mary - Correspondence, 1972.
2 13 UNICEF - Correspondence, 1994-95.
2 14 United Nations INSTRAW. Correspondence, 1990.
2 15 Wakeman, Wendy, and others, UNDP/WB, primarily relating WEDEC, 1996, and Indian projects, 1996.
2 16 White, Anne U. Note from Gilbert White to ME (ca. 1989) memorial brochures re Anne White.
2 17 White, Gilbert. Correspondence, 1997-and 2001 and reprints by or relating to White.
2 18 Women's Environment and Development Organization - Correspondence, 1998
2 19 World Health Organization (Mayling Simpson-Hebert, Lucy J. Clarke) 1996
2 19b World Y.W.C.A. - Correspondence, 1991-1994. Cf. Lechte, Ruth.
2 20 Yangsheng Ma - Correspondence, 1989-2001; resume.
2 21 Zimmerman, Randi, 1998.
2 22 Miscellaneous Correspondence, [n.d.] 1995-1999.
2 23 Miscellaneous Correspondence, 2000-2001.
2 24 Miscellaneous Correspondence, 2002-2003.
2 25 Miscellaneous cards and greetings from friends, ca.1957-58, 2000.
2 26 E-mail (Xerox copies) sent or copied to Frank Orser, Department of Special Collections, Smathers Libraries, 1998 [bulk 2001] - 2004.

Conference presentations, 1990-2000

Box Folder
3 1 International Forum, Montreal, 1990 (Oxfam). S.O.S. Water is Life. "Social Impact of Water Supply Projects: NGO's and the Human Dimension," Presentation by ME, and Forum documents. Cf. Series 4, Box 5.
3 2 United Nations Conference on Economics and Development (UNCED), Rio de Janeiro, 1992 (Earth Summit.) "Women, Water, and Sanitation," Ms. of paper by Elmendorf.
3 3 Society for Applied Anthropology. Presentation of the Margaret Mead Award by Mary Elmendorf at the SAA Annual Meeting, 1996, to Katherine Dettwyler, and Documentation of award, 1995-1996.
3 4 UNDP. Report to Robert Boydell, UNDP Regional Manager, of Visit to India, September 2-26, 1996, with attachments including draft of speech, "Priorities, Challenges and Strategies: a Feminine Perspective," given at the 22nd WEDEC conference and a report of a field trip to Gujarat, India, to visit Mihir Bhatt and the Foundation for Public Interest. Other conference material and correspondence.
3 5 UNDP. Rough drafts of parts of report to Robert Boydell; expense report.
3 6 WEDEC Conference (22nd: New Delhi) "Priorities, Challenges and Strategies: a Feminine Perspective," Printed copy of presentation, draft copy, edited by Sarah House, with correspondence, abstract, and report on conference.
3 7 Elmendorf, Mary. Priorities, Challenges, and Strategies: A Feminine Perspective (WEDEC, 1996) - Drafts and pencilled notes.
3 8 WEDEC, 22nd, 1996 - Correspondence with WHO, USIA, and Ford Foundation.
3 9 WEDEC, 22nd,1996. Copy of Keynote Speech by by G. Ghosh (UNICEF); other conference papers and materials.
3 10 WEDEC, 22nd, 1996. Material used by Elmendorf in preparation of her presentation.
3 11 UNICEF - Letters to UNICEF personnel, partially re WEDEC presentation, 1996, and enclosed UNICEF publications, 1994-1996.
3 12 SfAA, Seattle, 1997. Abstract for presentation: Reaching the Unreached - a Challenge for the 21st Century, and two drafts of "Priorities, Challenges and Strategies: A Feminine Perspective. Cf. WEDEC, 22nd, 1996.
3 13 Elmendorf, Mary. The 21st Century: A Feminine Perspective. 14th Annual Congress of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences, 1998. Draft, abstract, figures, correspondence, 1998.
3 14 ICAES, 1998. Program, newsletter, material, possibly used for background, including draft entitled "Some Seminal Research Related to Women and Community Participation in the Water Supply and Sanitation Sector," and draft of of Keynote Address by G. Ghosh at 22nd WEDEC Conference.
3 15 Elmendorf, Mary. The United Nations and ME (UN Celebration Day, 2000, Sarasota-Manatee Chapter, United Nations Association-USA) - Drafts.
3 16 Women, Water, and UNIFEM by Mary Elmendorf. United States Committee for UNIFEM, Annual National Meeting, Sarasota, June 1-3, 2001.Drafts, background.
3 17 Elmendorf, Mary. The United Nations and ME (UN Celebration Day, 2000, Sarasota-Manatee Chapter, United Nations Association-USA) - Drafts.

Water is Life, 2000

"Water is Life: A View Through the Eyes of Women," an invited review paper was presented at the International Women's University (IFU), Hannover, Germany, August 2000. Drafts 1-4 have the beginning heading: Humans and environment. Drafts 7 onward have a beginning heading Water as Life: Sustaining Vulnerable Resources.


Box Folder
4 1 Water Is Life: A Feminine Perspective. Abstract, draft (12 p.), with ms. revisions.
4 2 Water Is Life: A View through the Eyes of a Woman. 14 p., ms. revisions.
4 3 Water Is Life: A View through the Eyes of a Woman. 19 p.
4 4 Water Is Life: A View through the Eyes of a Woman. 21 p., ms. revisions.
4 5 Water Is Life: A View through the Eyes of a Woman. 14 p., ms. revisions.
4 6 Water Is Life: A View through the Eyes of a Woman. 14 p. [Later version than #5.]
4 7 Water is Life - Abstract, Draft, 24 p., 7 figures.
4 8 Water Is Life: A View through the Eyes of a Woman. 29 p. plus figures.
4 9 Water is Life - Draft fragments, interspersed with source material.
4 10 Water is Life - Figures (Transparencies and Xerox copies)
4 11 Water is Life - Comments, with draft fragments, by C. L. Elmendorf, April 27, 2000.
4 12 International Women's University (IFU) (2000): Invitation to Mary Elmendorf; travel documents; IFU information.
4 13 International Women's University (IFU): Project Area Water. Curriculum packet, list of lecturers, schedules, etc.
4 14 International Women's University (IFU) and Project Area Water background.
4 15 IFU Course Outline. Copies of lecturers; biographies of lecturers. Printed document. From loose-leaf notebook, pp. 7-241.
4 16 IFU - E-mails re IFU and Water Is Life Class, primarily with Meg Falter, 1998-July 2000.

Conference and Society participation

Includes material pertaining to conferences and society meetings in which ME participated. Habitat II (United Nations Conference on Human Settlements), known as the City Summit, was held in Istanbul, Turkey, in June, 1996. Prior to this, Habitat II Town Hall Meetings were held in twelve cities across the U.S., including Sarasota. Elmendorf participated as a member of the Planning Committee and as a participant in the meeting. The records for this event include her panel presentation on "Quality of Life" and a report, "From Beijing Back and on to Istanbul."


Box Folder
5 1 American Anthropological Association (AAA) 1989. Eber, Christine E. Women weavers' response to economic domination in Chenalho, Chiapas. With letter to ME 21 Feb. 1990.
5 2 American Anthropological Association (AAA): Maya Women and Women Anthropologist, 1991. Memo, participants, notes, and Papers by Christine Eber, Antonella Fabri, and Brenda Rosenbaum.
5 3 American Anthropological Association (AAA): Emerging Themes for Maya Ethnography in Yucatan II, fall 1994).
5 4 American Anthropological Association (AAA): Anthropology and the Quaker Experience,1986).
5 5 Association of Women in Development (AWID), Washington, 1983. Program with extensive annotations by Elmendorf.
5 6 Association for Women in Development (AWID) - Correspondence, membership information, material from Forums and Beijing Women's Conference, 1996-1998.
5 7 Conference on Water and Sanitation in Developing Countries, Denver, 1989. Conference papers; presentation notes.
5 8 Equity by 2000 Conferences (Sarasota) 1993.
5 9 [First] Florida Commission on the Status of Women, 1967-1971. (cf. ser 4/2(WB42)19
5 10 Gender, Technology, and Development (IRDC), Rockefeller Center, 12 May 1986 - Correspondence, documents, etc.
5 11 Global Water Policy and Technology Summits. OAU Summit, Cairo, 1990.
5 12 Grassroots Organizations Operating Together in Sisterhood (GROOTS) 1993.
5 13 Habitat II - Quality of Life Panel, April 27, 1996
5 14 Habitat II - Sarasota Town Meeting, April 27, 1996, including photographs
5 15 Habitat II -- Sarasota Network Planning Committee - Minutes, agendas, communications, etc.
5 16 Habitat II - Correspondence, e-mails, 1995-1996.
5 17 Habitat II - Elmendorf. From Beijing Back and on to Istanbul, 1995.
5 18 Habitat II - Forum on Human Solidarity. Primarily correspondence re having Ela Bhatt considered as a speaker for a Forum at the Istanbul meeting
5 19 Habitat II - U. S. Network for Habitat II and other national material, 1996
6 1 ICLEI World Congress of Local Government - memo to Earl Kessler, April 20, 2000; background material.
6 2 International Congress of Americanists, 48th (1994).Correspondence, notes, announcements.
6 3 International Conference on Water and Wastewater Management in Asia, Singapore, 1984. Program.
6 4 International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences. Abstract for proposed presentation, 1982.
6 5 International Drinking Water Supply Conference, ASCE, San Juan, P.R., 1987. Conferences papers for panel moderated by ME.
6 6 Margaret Mead Centennial (AAA Panel), 2001.
6 7 "Networks" - Folder with roster of participants from various conferences, ca. 1984-1988.
6 8 Society for Applied Anthropology (SfAA), 30th Annual Meeting, Miami, 1971, Program with extensive ME annotations.
6 9 Society for Applied Anthropology Annual Meeting, Oaxaca, Mexico, 1987. Bingham, Allison. Well-Building: an Adaptive or Maladaptive Strategy? Annotations by ME.
6 10 Society for Applied Anthropology. Margaret Mead Award Records Committee Records, 1992.
6 11 Society for Applied Anthropology. Margaret Mead Award Records Committee Records, 1993-1996.
6 12 Society for Applied Anthropology - Correspondence, etc. 2001-2002.
6 13 Society for International Development, 11th World Conference, New Delhi, 1969. - Delegates list and travel arrangements.
6 14 UNIFEM. Suggested Talking Points re Zonta/UNIFEM; correspondence with Naples, Florida, club of Zonta International, 1995.
6 15 UNIFEM/USA Gulf Coast Chapter. Newsletter, 1997, with page of notes by ME; e-mails re to Chapter's support of Yucatec Mayan women's projects, 200-2002; and correspondence, 2002.
6 16 United Nations Association-USA (UNA-USA), Sarasota-Manatee Chapter and Florida Division- Miscellaneous records, 1993-1997.
6 17 United Nations Association-USA (UNA-USA), Sarasota-Manatee Chapter and Florida Division- Miscellaneous records, 1998-2001.
6 18 United Nations Association-USA (UNA-USA), Sarasota-Manatee Chapter - Global Health Initiative and other records, 2002.
6 19 United Nations Conference on Economics and Development (UNCED), Rio de Janeiro, 1992 (Earth Summit.) Correspondence, Paper by Betsy Hartmann, " Population Control in the New World Order."
6 20 United Nations Conference on Economics and Development (UNCED), Rio de Janeiro, 1992 (Earth Summit.) News clippings, publicity.
6 21 Workshop on Irrigation and Human Welfare (Rutgers) 1983. Discussion Papers, conference materials.
6 22 World Conference on Family Violence, New Delhi, 1998.
6 23 World Urban Forum, Curitiba, Brazil, 1992. Program, agendas, publicity.
6 24 World Women's Congress for a Healthy Planet. Miami, FL. 8-12 November 1991.

United Nations Fourth Women's World Conference, Beijing (1995) - Elmendorf's Activities

Box Folder
7 1 Bradenton Herald. Correspondence re Elmendorf's role as correspondent for the Bradenton Herald; drafts and copies of releases, media accreditation for ME, etc., 1995.
7 2 White House Correspondence with President and Mrs. Clinton, etc. Primarily relates to the 4th International Women's Conference, Mrs. Clinton's participation, the Women's Conference Circle, the Interagency Council on Women, etc., 1995-1996.
7 3 Correspondence; announcements, general information 1994-1995.
7 4 UNA/USA Forum: Panel on Participation and Empowerment, 1975-1995, organized by Mary Elmendorf. Miscellaneous documents.
7 5 UNA/USA Forum: Panel on Participation and Empowerment, 1975-1995, organized by Mary Elmendorf. Correspondence between Elmendorf and participants.
7 6 NGO Forum on Women - Program Book
7 7 NGO Forum. U.S. Dept. of State. Letter with enclosures to "NGO Colleagues," August 14, 1995.
7 8 NGO Forum '95; the Independent Daily of the NGO Forum on Women, August 31 - September 8, 1995 (6 issues)
7 9 NGO Forum. UNIFEM documents.
7 10 Women's Conference, 1995. President's Interagency Council on Women. Women's Conference Circle Briefing and Reception, Washington, Jan 24, 1996. Agenda and documents. In White House portfolio.
7 11 Women's Conference Circle Follow. Resource List for Participants.
7 12 Florida Women's Conference, October,1997. Planning documents and conference program.
7 13 Florida Women's Conference, October, 1997. Follow up documents.
7 14 AAWCC, Manatee Community College. Letter to M. Elmendorf, program flyer with notes, 1996.

United Nations Fourth Women's World Conference, Beijing (1995) - Follow-up

Box Folder
7 15 Soon-Young Yoon. "The Yin and the Yang": A study of the NGO Forum Activities on the Platform for Action at the UN Fourth World Conference on Women. SfAA meeting, March, 1996.
7 16 U.S. Follow-up top the U.N. Fourth World Conference on Women (President's Interagency Council on Women), May 1996.
7 17 Women's Conference, 1995. UN Women's Conference: One Year Later, September, 28, 1996.
7 18 Women 2000: Gender Equality, Development, Peace, 1999.
7 19 Miscellaneous Post-conference reports, meetings, etc. 1995.
7 20 Notes from a student-interview of Elmendorf on the Women's Conference.

United Nations Fourth Women's World Conference, Beijing (1995) - Conference Material

Box Folder
8 1 Economic Commission for Europe, Oct. 17-22, 1994. Preparatory Meeting for the Fourth World Conference, October, 1994. U.S. Delegation.
8 2 Priorities '95: Anticipating the UN World Conference on Women in Beijing. (UNA/USA, Iowa Division).
8 3 Toward Beijing--A Journey to Equality, Development and Peace for Women. Report on the Preparatory Lobby Workshop--India, July-August, 1995. New Delhi: UNIFEM.
8 4 United Nations Secretariat of the Fourth World Conference on Women. E-mail print out re Conference, 13 June 1995.
8 5 United Nations. Press releases, Conference Fact Sheets, public relations material, site map, etc., 1995.
8 6 Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action. Advance unedited draft.
8 7 Drafts for inclusion in Beijing Declaration and Platform[?] [Sept. 11, 1995] Annotations.
8 8 Beijing and Beyond: Journalists Look at Women's Issues into the 21st Century (United Nations).
8 9 Clinton, Hillary Rodham. Remarks: United Nations Fourth World Conference on Women Sept. 5-6, 1995, China.
8 10 Earth Negotiations Bulletin; a Daily Report on the Fourth World Conference on Women (International Institute for Sustainable Development), 8 Sept. 1995.
8 11 Earth Times, Newspaper of Record for the Fourth World Conference. 3 issues. Sept. 6-8.
8 12 [Finland] Statement by H.E. Mrs. Tarja Halonen, Minister of Foreign Affairs, of Finland to the United Nations Fourth Worlds Conference on Women, Beijing, 6 Sept. 1995. Extensive annotations.
8 13 International Organization's materials re Women's Conference.
8 14 Newspapers clippings from and about Women's Conference.
8 15 Non-government Organizations and Individual's Statements, etc. re World Conference on Women.
8 16 Print-out from-mail lists during the Conference, Sept. 5-26, 1995. Several are from Debra Guzman.
8 17 UNDP. Media Advisory and other World Conference material.
8 18 U.S. Department of State. Press Kit, Sept. 4-15, 1995, Beijing, China, and Press releases.
8 19 World Bank. Gender in the World Bank's Agenda. Information kit.
8 20 World Women (Published by China Daily), nos. 5, 7-15; Sept. 2-Sept. 12, 1995.

United Nations Fourth Women's World Conference, Beijing (1995) - Related Material

Countries and Groups Publications in regard to the world conference and local Beijing and Chinese material.


Box Folder
9 1 Beijing local material for Conference delegates (telephone book; shopping map; local magazine, etc.)
9 2 Chinese Women Series (Pamphlets and brochures published for the Women's Conference)
9 3 Women of China, no. 9 - Special Women's Conference Issue.
9 4 (Iran) Women's Baseej pamphlet.
9 5 Women of Thailand: Special Issue of the National Commission on Women's Affairs (September 1995).
9 6 Who are the Women of the U.S. (U.S. Department of State) U.S. Information Agency brochure.
9 7 Gender Equity --the Nordic Model (Nordic Council of Ministers) and the "Summary Report of the 11th Nordic Symposium on Human Rights," 1-3 June 1995. Annotated by Elmendorf.
9 8 Women's Group and Social Support (Women's Research Institute, China Academy of Management Science)-Portfolio.
9 9 Women's World Banking Global Policy Forum. The Missing Links: Financial Systems That Work for the Majority, April 1995, and copy of memo re report and the Women's Conference, August 2, 1996.

Women's Issues

Box Folder
10 1 Centro para los adolescentes de San Miguel de Allende (CASA). Correspondence, promotional material, 2001-2002.
10 2 Florida Commission on the Status of Women, 1998-[2000?] Contains information on the First Florida Commission on the Status of Women, 1968.Cf.
10 3 International Coalition on Women and Credit - Key Messages and Statement of Purpose, 1995.
10 4 Midwifery Education Accreditation Council, 2003.
10 5 National College of Midwifery, 1998-2002.
10 6 Planned Parenthood of Southwest and Central Florida - Correspondence, public relations material, e-mails, 2001-2002.
10 7 Women's Linkage Caucus. Take the Brackets off Women Lives! Advocacy Chart, and Recommendations, July 1, 1995. Annotations by ME.

Political, Environmental, Social Issues

Box Folder
10 8 Democratic Party, - Primarily re 2004 presidential campaign - e-mails, printed material, 2002-2003.
10 9 Earth Charter - General, including copy of Charter, 2000-2003.
10 10 Earth Charter. American Anthropological Association (AAA) Resolution in Support of the Earth Charter, 2001, related e-mails, and other material from the 2001 Meeting, 2001-2003.
10 11 Earth Charter -- ICAES Commission in the Anthropology of Women- emails re to Earth Charter presentation at 2003 meeting in Florence, Italy, 2002-2003
10 12 Earth Charter Summit, 2002.
10 13 Earth Charter and Earth Charter Summit - Public relations material.
10 14 Earth Summit +5 (1997)
10 15 Institute for Multi-Track Diplomacy (Ambassador John MacDonald) - Correspondence, UN resolution on 2nd UN Water and Sanitation Decade, and printed material, 1997-2003.
10 16 Orimulsion (Manatee Orimulsion Conversion Project) - Correspondence, printed material, 1996.
10 17 Sarasota County, Glimpses of Alternative Future for Sarasota County. Manatee-Sarasota Group of the Sierra Club, 1993.. With notations by ME.

Peace Movement

Box Folder
11 1 Democratic National Convention, 1968 - Notes, memoirs.
11 2 Quaker Anthropologists, ca. 1980 - List.
11 3 Anthropology of War and Peace, (IX ICAES,)1983. Abstract: Women and Peaceful Social Change, conference material.
11 4 Anthropology of War and Peace, (IX ICAES,)1983. Memos and printed material. Elmendorf was apparently preparing a paper on women as agents of peaceful social change a ICAES panel. The folder contains literature that she appears to have collected as background for the presentation.
11 5 Greenhouse, Carol J. Cultural Perspectives on War, typed ms., with letter to ME, June 5, 1986.
11 6 Friends, Quaker Conference, 1987 -3x5" notebook
11 7 Broughton, Betty, Correspondence and Pro-Nica material, 1988.
11 8 The Promise of World Peace (1985) with presentation letter from T. Fuller to ME, Oct. 1992.
11 9 Securing Human Rights in a Changing World, Sarasota-Manatee UN Association, 1994. Manuscript annotations.
11 10 International Womens Day for Peace and Disarmament, May 24, 2001.

S. Glusker and Union Graduate School

Box Folder
11 11 Correspondence and documents, prior to Learning Agreement, 1990
11 12 Learning Agreement, March 15, 1991
11 13 Revised Learning Agreement, letters to ME and to Doctoral Committee, 1991
11 14 Correspondence to ME and others, 1991
11 15 Correspondence to ME and others, ms. on Anita Brenner, etc. 1992
11 16 Correspondence to ME and others, 1993
11 17 Correspondence to ME and Doctoral Committee, 1994-1995.

Unpublished Papers

Box Folder
12 1 Albright, Madeleine. Comments at Earth Day, 2000. Annotations by ME
12 2 Bakalian, Alex (WB) et al. Simplified Sewers: A Review of Brazilian Experience.
12 3 Braithwaite, Muriel. Women in Development. Papers with presentation note to ME [1992]
12 4 Cloud, Kathleen. Women and Irrigation in the Senegal River Basin: a Problem in the Intensification of African Agriculture. Developmental Draft, October, 1982.
12 5 Colfer, Carol. On Circular Migration: From the Distaff Side, and Resumes of Colfer and Richard Dudley, 1993.
12 6 Farrell, W. Timothy. Research Design, Methods and Strategies, 1980
12 7 Forget, Gilles. Health and the Environment: A People-centred [sic] research strategy (IRDC, 1992). Extensive annotation by ME. Some pages have been excised.
12 8 Foster, George M. Applied Anthropology and International Health: Retrospect and Prospect (1982); related correspondence to ME, 1981-1987; article reprints, 1983-1988.
12 9 Glasgow, Muriel. Planning a Health Education Programme for Kakaraiyya, South Kordofan Province, Sudan, May, 1982. 32 p. Processed. Accompanied by handwritten note form the author to ME.
12 10 Hollnsteiner, Mary Racelis (UNICEF). The Participatory Imperative in Primary Health Care. International Council for Adult Education, Paris, October, 1982, and People Powered Development: Thoughts for Urban Planners, Administrators and Policy Makers. Regional Conference of Local Authorities for Development of Human Settlement in Asia and the Pacific, Yokohama, Japan, 9-16 June 1982.
12 11 Hoskins, Marilyn W. Case Studies in Natural Resources and Energy, 1984.
12 12 Illo, Jeanne. Water and Women Work: Notes and Reflections, 1988
12 13 International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives. Water in Urban Systems, 1992. Presentation letter to ME.
12 14 Kalbermatten, John M. Strategy for Action: A Synthesis, Jan. 7, 1994.
12 15 Kalbermatten, John M., and Richard N. Middleton. "Urban Services for a Sustainable Environment: Approaches for the 21st Century."
12 16 Kalbermatten. Household-cent[e]red Environmental Sanitation, Paper by John Kalbermatten and others, 1999. - Extensive annotations by ME.
12 17 Kardam, Nuket. "Women and Development Agencies," from The Women and International Development Annual. vol. 1, 1989. With letter of presentation to ME, Dec. 19, 1989.
12 18 Leopold, Luna B. Ethos, Equity and the Water Resource. The Abel Wolman Distinguished Lecture, February, 1990. With ANS "John" to ME, 16 February 1990, re the presentation of the speech.
12 19 McCarty, Perry L. Water Technology Development in the Twenty-first Century. Abel Wolman Distinguished Lecture, 2001. Annotations by ME.
12 20 Martin-Brown, Joan. (UNEP). "The Other Biological Clock," 1991 and "Women and the Environment," 1988.
12 21 Mencher, Joan P. Women Agricultural Labourers and Land Owners in Kerala and Tamil Nadu. Some Question about Gender and Autonomy in the Household. Women and the Household in Asia Conference, New Delhi, Jan. 27-31, 1985.
12 22 Narayan-Parker, Deepa. Women's Empowerment through Water Programs: Does It Happen, typed ms., July 1993, and Papers on Participatory Evaluation and Management.
12 23 Papanek, Hanna. Women-in-Development and Women's Studies: Agenda for the Future. Conference on Women and Development: Practice and Theory, New York, 23 March 1983.
12 24 Popular Participation of Men and Women for the Benefit of Children. 17-25 May 1982, Ljubljana, Yugoslavia.
12 25 Rao, Arunashree P. Community Participation: Some Issues and Operational Guidelines. New York: UNICEF, January 1982.
12 26 Rocheleau, Diane. Women, Environment, and Development (1985). Annotated by ME.
12 27 Schwartz, Vanessa R. Gender and Technology: Women, International Development, and High-technology Production; a selected Bibliography of Recent Research, 1977-1985. Princeton, 1985. With letter of presentation to ME, Jan. 15, 1987.
12 28 Serageldin, Ismail. Water Supply, Sanitation and Environmental Sustainability: the Financial Challenge, March, 1994. Annotations by ME.
12 29 To 1985 and Beyond: The Role of Foundations in the Decade for Women. Carnegie Corporation of New York [ca. 1985]
12 30 Understanding On-site Sewage Disposal (Rural Community Assistance) 1984
12 31 UNICEF Resource Network Workshop. Integrating People's Participation into Country Programmes. New York, 8-12 December 1980.
12 32 United Nations Association. A Consensus for Change (1994), with ms. annotations by ME.
12 33 Whyte, Anne. Population and Environment: The Human Context, 1994.
12 34 Wijk, Christine van Gender Aspects of Sanitation: the Missing slipper of Cinderella? Presentation note to ME.


Series 4 - Accession 3: General Papers

Correspondence, biographical, writings, photographs, and other material added by ME in 2005 and 2006. There are several folders pertaining to the book inspired by ME's research, Rights, Resources, Culture and Conservation in the Land of the Maya. Additionally, there are several folders pertaining to organizations and corporate bodies, including UNICEF, the United Nations, the Society for Applied Anthropology, and the University of Florida.


Box
1 Biographical material (curriculum vitae, bibliographies, etc.) 1972-2002
1 CARE documentary film ("World Our Hands Can Make") 1960-1994
1 Center for Development and Population Activities (CEDPA): Global Forum in Rio; Environmental strategies in Mexico 1992-1998
1 Center for Population Options (includes CEDPA materials) 1992-1995
1 Correspondence - Democrats, Political 2003-2004
1 Correspondence - Donnely, Tom - Chan Kom 1999
1 Correspondence - Elmendorf, C. Lindsay 1997-1998
1 Correspondence - Elmendorf, C. Lindsay 1997-1998
1 Correspondence - Friends 1970-2003
1 Correspondence - Friends 2004
2 Correspondence - Glittenberg, JoAnn 1983-1994
2 Correspondence - Glusker, Susana 1995-1996
2 Correspondence - Margaret Mead Award 1982-2001
2 Correspondence - McClelland, David (Cambridge, Mass.) 1946-1991
2 Correspondence - Miscellaneous 1959-2004
2 Correspondence - Personal 1983-1991
2 Correspondence - Pertaining to Robert Redfield (including Lisa Peattie, Mary L. Foster, etc.) 1996-1997
2 Correspondence - Pillsbury, Barbara 2000
2 Correspondence - Providence Clubs (Art Club, Wednesday Club, Garden Club) 1962-1977
2 Correspondence - Sperling, Ted 1991-1996
2 Correspondence - Stephens, Louis E. 1963-2002
2 Correspondence - Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico - Vargas 1995
2 Correspondence - Vail, Gabrielle 1989-2004
2 Correspondence - Villa Rojas, Alfonso (death; prologue for "Nine Mayan Women") 1974, 1998
2 Correspondence - White, Albert 1990-2001
2 Dialogue on Diarrhoea 1982-2003
3 Evaluation of USAID/El Salvador's Public Service Improvement Project (Final Draft) - includes notes and reference material 1994
3 Film footage of Chan Kom, 1970s, donated to Smithsonian 1990-2002
3 Florida House Foundation - Sustainability 2002-2004
3 General correspondence related to CARE, UNICEF, the World Bank, UNIFEM, the United Nations Association, and El Salvador 1994-2001
3 Guatemala Rural Water Supply Programs: A Mid-Term Evaluation of USAID-Financed Programs (includes correspondence) 1986, 2006
3 Identification cards and conference name tags Not dated
3 International Congress of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences (ICAES) - IX Congress 1973
3 International Congress of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences (ICAES) - XIII Congress 1993
3 International Union of Anthropological and Ethnographic Sciences - Earth Charter paper abstract 2002-2005
3 Publications related to the United Nations Decade for Women, Nairobi, Kenya (1985) 1985-1986
3 Reference material - "Social Character in a Mexican Village" by Erich Fromm and Michael Maccoby 1970
4 Rights, Resources, Culture and Conservation in the Land of the Maya - Chapter 3 - The Many Worlds of Mayan Women (Draft) Not dated
4 Rights, Resources, Culture and Conservation in the Land of the Maya - Chapter 3 - The Many Worlds of Mayan Women (Drafts, correspondence, notes) 1994-1999
4 Rights, Resources, Culture and Conservation in the Land of the Maya - Chapter 3 - The Many Worlds of Mayan Women (Drafts) Not dated
4 Rights, Resources, Culture and Conservation in the Land of the Maya - Chapter 3 - The Many Worlds of Mayan Women (Drafts) 1999-2002
4 Rights, Resources, Culture and Conservation in the Land of the Maya - Chapter 3 - The Many Worlds of Mayan Women (Draft) 2002
4 Rights, Resources, Culture and Conservation in the Land of the Maya - Chapter 13 - Conclusions: Reflections on Rights, Resources and Responsibilities in Participatory Research (Drafts) 1998-2001
5 Rights, Resources, Culture and Conservation in the Land of the Maya - Chapter 13 - Conclusions: Reflections on Rights, Resources and Responsibilities in Participatory Research (Drafts) 1999-2003
5 Rights, Resources, Culture and Conservation in the Land of the Maya - Chapter 13 - Conclusions: Reflections on Rights, Resources and Responsibilities in Participatory Research (Drafts) 2001-2003
5 Rights, Resources, Culture and Conservation in the Land of the Maya - Correspondence regarding AAA meeting and need for book 1997-1999
5 Rights, Resources, Culture and Conservation in the Land of the Maya - Correspondence with Susannah Glusker (includes "Human Rights Among the Maya") 1995-1999
5 Rights, Resources, Culture and Conservation in the Land of the Maya - Correspondence 2000-2004
5 Rights, Resources, Culture and Conservation in the Land of the Maya - Notes pertaining to remarks by Alicia Re Cruz (regarding M.E.) 1997
5 Rights, Resources, Culture and Conservation in the Land of the Maya - Writings by Betty Faust, E.N. Anderson (editors) 1997
6 Society for Applied Anthropology 1981-1984
6 Society for Applied Anthropology - Visit to Chan Kom 2001
6 Stevenson, Adlai - Correspondence and news clipping pertaining to CARE equipment in Oaxaca 1960-1963
6 Union Graduate School, New College, research plans for Chan Kom 1969-1972
6 United Nations Association of the USA 1992-2004
6 United Nations Association of the USA - Convention 2001
6 United Nations Association of the USA - Florida 1994-1996
6 United Nations Development Programme 1978-1995
6 United Nations Water Conference, Mar del Plata, Argentina 1977
6 United Nations World Conference on Women, Beijing (1995) 1994-2000
7 UNIFEM 1994-1996
7 UNIFEM 1996-1997
7 UNIFEM - Annual reports 1999-2000
7 UNIFEM - "Human Cost of Women's Poverty: Perspectives from Latin America and the Caribbean" 1995
7 UNIFEM - Maryland Public TV 1994
7 UNIFEM - Maya Women 2000
7 UNIFEM - Na Molay - Mayan Women First Congress 1997
7 UNIFEM/USA 1991-1999
7 UNIFEM/USA 1992-2002
7 UNIFEM/USA 2000-2004
7 UNIFEM/USA - Florida - Gulf Coast Chapter 2001-2002
7 UNIFEM - U.S. Committee for UNIFEM 2000-2001
7 UNIFEM - "Women, Water and UNIFEM" 2001-2002
7 UNIFEM - Yucatan trip 2000
8 University of Florida Center for Latin American Studies 1965-1972
8 University of Florida Special Collections (correspondence with Frank Orser and departmental staff) 1995-2004
8 University of Florida Special Collections (correspondence with Frank Orser, Carla Summers, deed of gift, etc.) 1986-2000
8 University of Florida Women's Studies 1991
8 Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research - Preserving the Anthropological Record (includes description of Elmendorf Papers) 1992-1995
8 Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research - Reports 1994-1999
8 Writings - "Stirling Dickinson and San Miguel de Allende" Circa 2002
8 Writings - "Personal Reflections" on John Elmendorf and New College 2004
8 Writings - "Remembrances of Times Past with Fernando Camara Barbachano" ("Recuerdos del pasado") 1999-2002
8 Writings - "Trailer Life for a College Wife" (UNC Chapel Hill term paper); also includes article on Victory Village trailer park 1946, 1998
8 Writings - "Water as a Human Right: Power and Gender at the Global and Local Levels" (Abstract) 1995-1996
9 Photos - American Anthropological Association Meeting, Washington, D.C. (80th birthday party for M.E.) 1997
9 Photos - Dominican Republic with Women Governors 1967
9 Photos - Guatemala Water Supply Sanitation 1977
9 Photos - Interaction, CEDPA (Oaxaca) - Slides 1992
9 Photos - Kenya - Bura Irrigation Project (World Bank) visit - thatched huts 1975
9 Photos - Kenya - Bura Irrigation Project (World Bank) visit - man and family 1975
9 Photos - Kenya - Bura Irrigation Project (World Bank) visit - inspecting homes 1975
9 Photos - Kenya - Bura Irrigation Project (World Bank) visit - miscellaneous, people and nature 1975
9 Photos - Kenya - Bura Irrigation Project (World Bank) visit - goats 1975
9 Photos - Kenya - Bura Irrigation Project (World Bank) visit - Lake Kenyatta settlement scheme 1975
9 Photos - Kenya - Bura Irrigation Project (World Bank) visit - 3 women with children 1975
9 Photos - Kenya - Bura Irrigation Project (World Bank) visit - cattle herd 1975
9 Photos - Kenya - Bura Irrigation Project (World Bank) visit - wildlife 1975
9 Photos - Kenya - Bura Irrigation Project (World Bank) visit - view from airplane 1975
9 Photos - Kenya - Bura Irrigation Project (World Bank) visit - miscellaneous people #1 1975
9 Photos - Kenya - Bura Irrigation Project (World Bank) visit - miscellaneous people #2 1975
9 Photos - National Science Foundation Earthquake Disaster Study 1977
9 Photos - Society for Applied Anthropology visit to Chan Kom 2001
9 Photos - Sri Lanka (Slides) 1980
9 Photos - 22nd Water Engineering and Development Centre (WEDC) Conference, New Delhi 1996
10 Video recording (VHS) - Florida Free Speech Forum, Polly Doughty speaking on women's conference in Beijing 1995
10 Video recording (VHS) - The Two Mildas of Chan Kom by Alicia Re Cruz 2003
10 Audio recording (3 cassette taps) - Symposium on cultural futurology, UC San Diego
10 Audio recording (3 wire recordings) - Margaret Mead interview Not dated
10 Audio recording (cassette tape) - Leanna Wolfe discusses women who may never marry 1994
10 Audio recording (cassette tape) - Chief Wilma Mankiller 1993
10 Computer floppy disks (30 disks) with electronic files of correspondence, writings, etc. (printouts of these files can be found in other folders in this series)
11 Elmendorf contacts file - business cards and/or contact information for personal/business contacts (agencies, friends, miscellaneous)
11 Bibliographic information on M.E. reference collection (books)


Series 4 - Accession 4: General Papers

Correspondence, writings, photographs, articles, publications, and other material added by Mary Elmendorf in 2006-2009. Included are several folders pertaining to Elmendorf's work with CARE in Mexico and India, which includes photographs and field notes. There are also several folders pertaining to Elmendorf's involvement with various universities, such as New College, Brown University, University of North Carolina, and the University of Florida.


Box
1 American Anthropological Association (AAA). 2003-2006
1 American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) - List of addresses. 1945-1946
1 American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) - Correspondence between Mary Elmendorf and Quaker friends. 1945-1949
1 American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) - Correspondence. 1957-2006
1 American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) - Correspondence, related to John Elmendorf. 1945-1946
1 American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) - "Memoirs, Me and the Quakers," by Mary Elmendorf. 2007
1 American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) - "Memorandum on Refuge Program in the South of France," by Mary Elmendorf. 1946
1 American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) - Miscellaneous.
1 Articles - Miscellaneous. 2007-2009
1 Articles - News clippings about Mary Elmendorf.
1 Awards - American Biographical Institute (ABI). 2005-2009
1 Awards - Global Women's Humanitarian Award, Nominee for a Lifetime Award. 2006
1 Awards - Honorary Degree from Brown University. 2008-2009
1 Awards - International Biographical Center (IBC), Cambridge. 2006-2009
1 Awards - Margret Mead Award. 1996-2004
1 Awards and Certificates of Accomplishment. 2005-2009
1 Biographical - Articles, Photos, Correspondence. 1960-2008
1 Biographical - Who's Who in the World, List of Professional Accomplishments. 2007
1 Brown University - "Comments on Brown University: CARE Students," by John Trophy. 1964
1 Brown University - Correspondence. 1964-1965, 2005
1 Brown University - Photograph, of John Elmendorf on Navy ship to Puerto Rico. 1964
1 Caledonian Club of Florida West.
1 CARE - Correspondence. 1964-1967
1 CARE - Correspondence, with Peter D. Bell. 2004-2005
2 CARE - Correspondence, with Witold Langrod. 1962-1965
2 CARE - "From Relief and Reconstruction to Development: CARE de Mexico Years, 1952-1960," PowerPoint by Mary Elmendorf; CD and print-out.
2 CARE - India, Articles, notes, travel information. 1999
2 CARE - India, Correspondence. 1999
2 CARE - India, Photographs. 1999
2 CARE - Mary Elmendorf's research findings and summary of trip to Guatemala. 1986
2 CARE - Mexico, Articles, notes related to Mary Elmendorf's work in Mexico. 1950s
2 CARE - Mexico, Miscellaneous. 1950s-1960s
2 CARE - Mexico, Well drillings, News clippings, notes. 1958-1960
2 CARE - Mexico; Well drilling. 1960-1965
2 CARE - Miscellaneous.
2 CARE - News clippings, related to CARE in Mexico. 1950s-1960s
2 CARE - Richard (Dick) Reuter, Executive Director; Correspondence, news of his death. 2005
2 CARE - Photographs; CARE and Mexico. 1960s
2 CARE - Photographs; Mary Elmendorf at CARE function, Fruitville Library. 2004
2 CARE - Photographs; Well drilling project and other CARE projects in Mexico. 1950s
2 CARE - Scrapbook; Pictures, articles, letters related to Mary Elmendorf and her work in Mexico (also letter fro Adlai Stevenson). 1950s-1960s
2 CARE - Telegraphs received by Mary Elmendorf while in Mexico. 1959
2 Centro para los Adolescentes de San Miguel de Allende (CASA) - International Conference on Professional Midwives and Self-Regulation. 2002
2 Centre for Development and Population Activities (CEDPA) - Correspondence. 1992
2 Centre for Development and Population Activities (CEDPA) - Mary Elmendorf's field trip notes in Mexico. 1992
3 "Chixoy Dam Legacy Issues Study," by Barbara Johnston. 2005
3 Conferences and Meetings - "Bringing Beijing Back: Local Actions and Global Strategies". 1995
3 Conferences and Meetings - International Conference on Water and Wastewater Management in Asia. 1986
3 Conferences and Meetings - International Conference on Water and Wastewater Management in Asia; "Women, Waste and Water: The Hidden Discussion," by Mary Elmendorf. 1986
3 Conferences and Meetings - International Conference on Water and Wastewater Management in Asia; Correspondence. 1986
3 Conferences and Meetings - International Seminar on Human Waste Management for Low-Income Settlements. 1983
3 Conferences and Meetings - Panel on Women and Natural Resources at the Association of Women and Development Conference. 1985
3 Conferences and Meetings - Society for Applied Anthropology; Annual Meeting. 1996
3 Conferences and Meetings - 22nd Water, Engineering, and Development Centre (WEDC) Conference, India. 1996
3 Correspondence. 1963-1996
3 Correspondence. 2000-2007
3 Correspondence - Between Mary Elmendorf, and Rex and Elinor Gollay. 2001-2002
3 Correspondence - To Mary Elmendorf from the Institute for Multi-Track Diplomacy. 2003-2007
3 Correspondence - Between Mary Elmendorf and Jack Kelso. 2005
3 Correspondence - Between Mary Elmendorf and Mote Marine Laboratory. 2001
3 Correspondence - To Mary Elmendorf from the National Wildlife Federation. 1996
3 Correspondence - Between Mary Elmendorf and William J. Oswald. 2000
3 Correspondence - To Mary Elmendorf from SCOPE. 2005
3 Correspondence - Between Mary Elmendorf and Union Institute and University. 2003-2006
3 Correspondence - Between Mary Elmendorf and the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom. 1970-1971
3 Correspondence - Bill Clinton. 1994
3 Correspondence - emails between Elmendorf and her son, Calvin Lindsay Elmendorf. 1995
4 Correspondence - emails between Elmendorf and her son, Calvin Lindsay Elmendorf. 1999-2000
4 Correspondence - emails between Elmendorf and her son, Calvin Lindsay Elmendorf when he was working with a water project in India. 1996
4 Correspondence - Miscellaneous letters thanking Elmendorf for support. 1980-2009
4 Correspondence - Personal, emails and letters. 1996-2009
4 Correspondence - Personal, cards and notes to and from family and friends.
4 Digital File - "Mary's Back-Up"; CD mostly containing digital photographs.
4 Earth Charter.
4 Earth Charter - Correspondence. 2002-2005
4 John Elmendorf - Copy of John Elmendorf's military discharge papers.
4 John Elmendorf - "Kaleidoscope". 1972
4 Energy - Correspondence, events, articles. 2007-2008
4 Events - Dedication of royal palm tree to John Elmendorf at New College. 2006
4 Events - Miscellaneous events attended by Mary Elmendorf.
5 Events - Miscellaneous invitations.
5 The Florida House Foundation - (Mary Elmendorf, member).
5 The Florida House Foundation - Correspondence. 1994
5 The Florida Humanities Council - Correspondence and article. 2001
5 Goddard College - Mary Ellen Tamari, one of Mary Elmendorf's students. 1974
5 Hampshire College - SS161, Change and Continuity in Peasant Societies: Mexico; class taught by Mary Elmendorf. 1973
5 Latin American and the Caribbean Water Prizes (PLACA). 2007
5 Latin American and the Caribbean Water Prizes (PLACA) - "El Agua es la Vida," by Mary Elmendorf. 2007
5 Many Worlds of Mayan Women - drafts and notes.
5 Mayan Women - Correspondence relating to research and publications. 1998-2004
5 Mayan Women - publications concerning Elmendorf's research. 1971-1997
5 Mayan Women - research materials and correspondence. 2002-2009
5 Mexico - "Mexico and Mary Lindsay Elmendorf - 1940 to 2005"; Articles and information about Mary Elmendorf's San Miguel vacation home. 2005
5 Miscellaneous Folder 1 of 2.
6 Miscellaneous Folder 2 of 2.
6 National College of Midwifery - Learning objectives of the college. 1995
6 National Women's History Museum.
6 New College - Articles. 1997-2009
6 New College - "Birth of a College" and "What is New College Worth?" in New College Magazine; also Mary Elmendorf's "Personal Reflections". 2004
6 New College - Correspondence. 1968
6 New College - "Skating on Thin Ice: Building the Campus at New College," by Ralph E. Styles. 2005
6 Papers and Publications - "Letter to the Files," by Mary Elmendorf; Maya material and other writing. 1994
6 Papers and Publications - "Notes for Studies of Mexican Villages," by Mary Elmendorf, 1963; Basis of Elmendorf's graduate proposal in 1968.
6 Papers and Publications - "The Road to Beijing and Back," by Mary Elmendorf. 1995
6 Peace - Correspondence, pamphlets, and other materials related to PEAC, Greenpeace, and other organizations. 2001-2009
6 Planned Parenthood - Correspondence. 2004-2009
6 Planned Parenthood - Miscellaneous; News clippings, newsletters.
6 Planned Parenthood - Photographs.
6 Political - Correspondence, articles, pamphlets, events involving Sarasota Democrats and Elmendorf's political efforts. 1992-2009
6 Political - Correspondence, articles, pamphlets, events regarding the nomination and support of Jan Schneider. 2002-2004
6 Political, Environmental, Social Issues - Democrats.
6 Political, Environmental, Social Issues - The National D-Day Memorial Foundation; Correspondence. 2004-2005
7 Political, Environmental, Social Issues - Ringling Bridge.
7 Political, Environmental, Social Issues - Ringling Bridge, Correspondence. 1996-2001
7 Political, Environmental, Social Issues - Sustainability and Sarasota County.
7 Political, Environmental, Social Issues - Water Supply and Sanitation. 2003-2006
7 Presentations - "Listening and Learning: Third World Women and Development," by Mary Elmendorf; Lecture at the University of Florida. 1991
7 Presentations - Maya Lecture for Norwegian Cruiseline. 1998
7 The Putney School - Correspondence. 1951, 2003
7 The Putney School - Newsletters, magazines, articles.
7 Queens University of Charlotte.
7 Rights, Resources, Culture, and Conservation in Mayan Communities: studies inspired by the work of M.L.Elmendorf.
7 Sarasota - Lido Key Residents Association and and environmentally conscious associations. 1989-2009
7 Sister Cities - Articles about Mary Elmendorf.
7 Sister Cities - Correspondence. 2005
7 Sister Cities - Miscellaneous.
7 United Nations Association (UNA)-USA - Correspondence, articles, and news letters. 2001-2004
8 United Nations Association (UNA)-USA - National Convention; Articles, book commemorating UN's 50th anniversary. 1995
8 United Nations Association (UNA)-USA - National Convention; News clippings. 1995
8 United Nations Association (UNA)-USA - National Convention; Report. 1995
8 United Nations Association (UNA)-USA - National Convention; Articles, memorabilia (Mary Elmendorf's name tag). 1997
8 United Nations Association (UNA)-USA - National Convention; Report. 1997
8 United Nations Association (UNA)-USA - Sarasota-Manatee Chapter; Mary Elmendorf, member.
8 University of Florida - Correspondence with staff and articles regarding faculty. 2004-2008
8 University of North Carolina - Articles about past graduates.
8 University of North Carolina - Correspondence. 1962-1966
8 University of North Carolina - Distinguished Alumni Award. 1993
8 University of North Carolina - Distinguished Alumni Award; Photographs. 1993
8 University of North Carolina - Annual Commencement Program; Bachelors of Arts, John Elmendorf. 1937
8 University of North Carolina - Old Students Club; Reunion Weekend. 2007
8 Water - Publications, presentations, and awards (on behalf of CARE) related to Elmendorf's water projects worldwide. 2007-2009
8 Wenner Gren Foundation - Correspondence, material related to receiving grant money to catalog Mary Elmendorf's collection. 1993
8 West Coast Women.
8 Women's Issues - Midwifery: Articles.
8 World Bank - Correspondence (with one photo). 1996-2008
8 World Campus Afloat - Teaching and student material. 1973-1974, 1999
9 Calanders - Monthly Planners, list of trips, notes. 1948-1988
9 Publications that mention Mary Elmendorf, or were used by Elmendorf in her research:.
9 American Anthropological Association (AAA) - annual programs. 2004-2005
9 XVI Aniversario de la Ley de Emergencia que Instituyo la Campana Nacional contra el Analfabetismo. 1960
9 Developing World Water.
9 La Extension Agricola en el Estado de Mexico Sus Tendencias y Sus Realizaciones. 1957
9 Meadows, Donella H., Dennis L. Meadows, Jorgen Randers, and William W. Behrens III. The Limits to Growth. 1972
9 Noveno Curso Ordinario. 1961
9 Proyecto de Estructuracion del Servicio de Extension. 1959
9 Rybczynski, Witold, Chongrak Polprasert, and Michael McGarry. Technology Options for Sanitation: A State-of-the-Art Review and Annotated Bibliography. Ottawa: International Development Research Center. 1978
9 Saunders, Robert J., and Jeremy J. Warford. Village Water Supply: Economics and Policy in the Developing World. Baltimore and London: The Johns Hopkins University Press. 1976
9 Stop the Five Gallon Flush! A Survey of Alternative Waste Disposal Systems. 1973
9 Water Resource Development, The Experience of U.S. Non-Profit Organizations: Programs, Issues and Recommendations. 1977
9 Water Supply and Waste Disposal: Poverty and Basic Needs Series. 1980
9 Asofrayle: Historia y Vida 1994-2007 (Asociacion de Usuarios del Rio Frayle) (DVD video). Circa 2007
9 Yaku Parque Museo del Agua (DVD video). 2007
10 Daily Planners; Calendars. 1990-1996


Series 5: Audio-Visual Materials, 1971-1979

1 linear foot. 3 boxes.

The audio-visual materials include: (1) cassette tapes documenting field work and interviews conducted by Dr. Elmendorf and her assistants; (2) recordings of several conferences attended by Dr. Elmendorf; (3) a series of slides; and (4) transcription of tapes 1, 2, 3, 4 and 6. Dr. Elmendorf labelled the first two tapes as A and B. They have been renumbered as 1 and 2. Tapes 1 - 35 cover the main research conducted by Elmendorf for her dissertation. The list was compiled by Dr. Elmendorf herself from the notes on the labels of the tapes. Tapes 36 - 67 cover various field visits to Chan Kom from 1972 - 1981. Tapes 68 - 76 are interviews with other academics, or are notes for various papers written by Dr. Elmendorf. Tapes 77 - 79 do not have labels, but the list reflects what is actually heard on the tapes. Tapes 80 - 87 were recorded at the Interamerican Commission of Women - Office of American States and the Interamerican Indian Institute (INI) Conference in Guatemala City in 1973. Tapes 88 - 92 were recorded at the Special Seminar on Women and Science in the American Continent held in Mexico City in 1973 and sponsored by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). Sessions from two separate days recorded on several tapes (one set of labels is written in pencil and one set in green ink). Tapes 89 - 92 were recorded at the IX International Conference of Anthropology and Ethnology Session (ICAES) in Chicago, 1973. Tapes 96 - 98 were recorded at various conference and are labeled accordingly. The slides were taken in Chan Kom during 1974, 1976, and 1979. They cover many aspects of Mayan life, including a series, taken by Brigette Jordan, of a midwife participating in a traditional Mayan birth.


Chan Kom tapes - Visits I and II: February 25-March 3 and March 25-April 1, 1971

Box Folder
1 1 Notes on first days in Chan Kom - plan and method - transcribed.
1 2 Introduction and notes from Xochenpich - interview with 5 women - using Fromm questionnaire - transcribed.
1 3 Introduction and conversations with Bartola and Aida - transcribed.
1 4 Maria - transcribed.
1 5 Notes and conversations in Xochenpich - excerpted.
1 6 Notes - transcribed.
1 7 Sounds and music: Chan Kom - analyzed by Alan Lomax.
1 8 Arcena, Bartola, Honoria Plutarcho, Don Eus.
1 9 Antonia, Plutarco, Arcena.
1 10 Don Eus.
1 11 Novena and street sounds of Chan Kom.

Chan Kom tapes - Visit III: Bill Herman May 24-27, 1971, Elmendorf and Bets Gidding July 16-31, 1971

Box Folder
1 12 Bill Herman and ME - story of bull and bird
1 13 Maria, Don Eus
1 14 Maria, Humberto, Armando
1 15 Introduction on Atala - conversations
1 16 Aurelio, Eusebia, Quintaliano
1 17 Atala, Alipio, Tamayo, Maria, Humberto, Don Eus
1 18 Songs Antonia, Honoria, Don Eus

Chan Kom tapes - Visit IV: Elmendorf and Susan Roberts - Oct 29-Nov 1971

Box Folder
1 19 Arrival notes.
1 20 Epiphanio Ceme, band music, governor.
1 21 Antonia, Marcelina.
1 22 Bartola, Humberto, Juanita, Don Eus.
1 23 Humberto, Don Eus, Maria - dreams.
1 24 Comments - Elmendorf; Honoria.
1 25 Humberto - music.
1 26 Don Eus council talks - governor.
1 27 Catalino, Marcelina - in Mayan - sent to Mexico for translation - analyzed by Alan Lomax.
1 28 Atala, Arcena, Plutarco.
1 29 Maria, Martina.
1 30 Atala, Margarita, bee woman, Aurelio, Eusebia.
1 31 Notes: Elmendorf; Antonias kitchen, in Mayan.
1 32 Martina.
1 33 Maria - hospital story.
1 34 Don Eus and street sounds - governor's arrival, and conversations.
1 35 Noises of civilization - sound of truck, helicopter, etc.

Chan Kom tapes, 1972-1981

Box Folder
2 36 July 1972 - Don Eus, Maria, Eusebia (singing)
2 37 Chan Kom - July 1972 - rough draft of paper
2 38 Jan 6 and 7, 1974 - Notes/Journal - Nine Mayan Women
2 39 Chan Kom - July 1974 - Don Eus, Eusebia, Anastasia, Maria
2 40 Eusebia Aug 1976
2 41 Aug 1976 - Alexander Pot -18 (tells about job in hotel in Can Cun)
2 42 Nov 1976 - Can Cun - Rosa Maria - Chan Kom
2 43 1976 - side a: Nov 3 - Dance after All Souls and All Saints Day; side b: Nov 5 - Gremios, morning sounds
2 44 1977 - side a: Chan Kom Birth Control (Nov); side b: Guatemala and Haiti (Aug)
2 45 Chan Kom - Water Supply - Waste Disposal - 1978
2 46 Feb 1, 1978 Alfonso Villa Rojas
2 47 April 1978 - Marcella, Elmendorf and Hilaria
2 48 July 21, 1978 - Kex, House of Don Catalino
2 49 Sept 10, 1978 - Rosie, Elsie and Humberto - (Health, Education, etc)
2 50 Nov 1978 - Mayan Family Planning - Women's Coop
2 51 Dec 1978 - tape of Elsie - Maya
2 52 Elmendorf I - 1979 (blank?)
2 53 1979 - Journal Chan Kom
2 54 Jan 1979 - side a: Valladolid, side b: Xanlah, Eusebia, Fransica, Jose Asuncion
2 55 Jan 9, 1979 - Anastasia - Brigette Jordan
2 56 Anastacia Chulin (Mayan) (no date)
2 57 Antonia (Patera/Curandera) (no date)
2 58 Tape ME - Journal Feb 9-10, 1979 - Wedding (Side b blank)
2 59 February 10, 1979 Elsie and Fernando (cont).
2 60 Interview with Partero, Eusebia's brother, Elmendorf and Jordan 1979 - trip to Muxcuxcah (transcription with Jordan materials)
2 61 Chan Kom - Feb 13, 1979 and Dec 18, 1978
2 62 Eusebia/Estrella Sept 1979
2 63 Birth Control - Chan Kom 1981
2 64 Chan Kom - midwife (no date)
2 65 Chan Kom - dynamite (no date)
2 66 Chan Kom (no date)
2 67 Chan Kom - Margarita (no date)

Other tapes

Box Folder
2 68 Options in Education Program #60, Jan 3, 1977
2 69 Ana Macias
2 70 Carl Illich
2 71 Curle and Illich - Sept 10, 1971
2 72 Elmendorf - draft only
2 73 Brazil - Elmendorf
2 74 Turkey and Greece
2 75 Senegal
2 76 The Need to Be - Radio
3 77 (Tape in green case) side a: children playing, fiesta music, conversations, various sounds; side b: blank
3 78 (Tape with blue label) side a: Mary and John Elmendorf (mainly blank); side b: blank
3 79 (Tape with brown label) side a: trip report, recommendations after attending a conference in Mexico City for Ford Foundation; side b: blank

Conferences

Box Folder
3 80 Family Planning and Population - (Conference in Guatemala sponsored by the Interamerican Commission of Women-Office of American States and the Interamerican Indian Institute)
3 81 CIM (Commission Interamericana de Mujeres)
3 82 CIM - Birth Control
3 83 CIM - Guatemala 1973
3 84 CIM - 11-12, Tuesday
3 85 CIM - May 31 (padre)
3 86 CIM - Tuesday
3 87 CIM
3 88 June 22, 1973 - AAAS Special seminar on Women and Science in the American Continent, Mexico City.
3 89 AAAS II - Rojelia Diaz Guerrero, Maria Luisa Morales
3 90 AAAS III - first day
3 91 AAAS - Second day - Brown Soc S (green ink)
3 92 AAAS (green ink)
3 93 Sept 2, 1973 IX International Conference of Anthropology and Ethnology Session (ICAES)
3 94 Comments on ICAES - IX
3 95 Comments on ICAES - IX
3 96 Chile - Sept 22, 1974 - John Tipton - US Embassy Briefing
3 97 1972 - Women in H.E. Panel
3 98 Tourism and Change - AAA 1975 - San Francisco
3 99 Audio Tape, labelled (1) La menopausia alimentacion de la madre embarazada and (2) Examen de papanicolau a citologia vaginal, etc. with
3 100 Letter from Isabel Chacon Acuna to ME, Oct. 13, 1980

Lists and Slides

Box Folder
3 101 Tape List - Coding and Information contained (1971)
3 102 Transcription of tape A - April 5, 1971
3 103 Transcription of tape 2
3 104 Transcription of tape 3
3 105 Transcription of tape 4
3 106 Transcription of tape 6
3 107 Questions and Outline included with transcriptions
3 108 2 sheets (36) of slides, Chan Kom. Subjects include: Brigette Jordan, children, church, carnival, Merida, INI Hostel, Albergue, Santiago, Severianna and Epitanio, midwifes, births, Three Kings fiesta, Don Ejido, and Valladolid. 1971-1979.


Series 5 - Accession 2: Audio-Visual Materials

Slides and photographs.


Box Folder
1 1 Slides, and Black and white and color photographs. Unidentified. Some are of Elmendorf and her family. Most are scenes from Chiapas, Honduras, Sri Lanka, and Thailand.
1 2 Kalbermatten, John. Photographs (2) of John Kalbermatten and others, 1990.


Series 6: Original Accession Addendum (1997)

This Addendum (boxes 2-8) are additional papers which were donated in 1997. There is no Box 1 for this series. Additional papers were received from Mary Elmendorf in July 1997. Major contents include the marked and annotated copies of some of the publications included by John Landgraf and she in their 1984 and 1986 bibliographies on Women /Irrigation /Drinking Water / Sanitation and Their Interrelationships, papers from a renewable energy project in Thailand, 1981-1982, additional International Drinking Water and Sanitation Supply Decade (IDWSSD), and some general papers. The general papers include items relating to the Secours Quakers, the American Friends Service Committee, and the Peace Corps, and are among the earliest items found in any of the papers.


General Papers, 1945-1985

Box
2 AAAS Conference on Ecological Anthropology and Remote Sensing, Washington, May 10-12, 1985. Notes, records, and material for seminar presentation.
2 American Friends Service Committee. Correspondence and records, 1946.
2 American Friends Service Committee. Correspondence and records, 1964-1965.
2 Association for Women in Development Conference, Washington, 1985. Memoranda, notes, program.
2 Ballance, R. C. "Impact of Water Supply and Sanitation Programmes on Community Health and Organization," 1981.
2 Bricoe, John. Water Supply and Health in Developing Countries...Washington, June 7-10, 1983. Annotations by Elmendorf.
2 Care - Mexico. [Elmendorf, Mary?] Letter to Milton Eisenhower, 25 August 1959. 1 p. fragmentary.
2 Care-AFSC Well Drilling Project, Mexico. Memoranda, 1960-1962.
2 Correspondence, 1966-1981.
2 Correspondence re water issues, Jan. - March 1985 and "Women and Water Management," distribution list.
2 Elmendorf, Mary. Trip reports - FAO-Rome - Oct. 20 - Nov. 11, 1984; Oct. 16, 1984.
2 Energy and Rural Women's Work. World Employment Program Project Outline, Correspondence, etc. 1982.
2 Epstein, T. Scarlett. "The Role of Women in WFP's Supplementary Feeding Project: An Outline for Action [ca. 1979]
2 Golladay, Frederick. "Meeting the Needs of the Poor for Water Supply and Waste Disposal," 1982.
2 Hoskins, Marilyn. Women in Forestry for Local Community Development. Washington: AID, September 1979.
2 Laitos, Robby. TLS to Mary Elmendorf; Fort Collins, Co., 19 April 1985, and clippings on women in development from The Rising Nepal.
2 Landgraf, John and Mary Elmendorf - Correspondence and documents re: trip to Sabah, 1987.
2 Modina, Rolando. "The Irrigation System and Small Farmers," and other papers on Philippine water supply," 1984.
2 Mrisho, Fatima. "Water, Health and Women in Tanzania," [ca. 1984]
2 National Energy Policy: Renewable Energy in Thailand and Sabah.
2 Notebook, Sabah, summer, 1981.
2 Notes and fragmentary papers relating to energy, especially woodlots in Thailand.
2 Peace Corps - Comments, correspondence, etc. regarding Peace Corps [1961?]-1964.
2 Poluha, Eva. "The Water Sector Review, March 1984: Report of the Consultant Social Anthropologist." Annotations by Elmendorf.
2 Secours Quakers - Letter, author unknown re: John and Mary Elmendorf and Secours Quakers, 1945, and Secour Quaker booklet..
2 USAID - Philippines, notes, Sept. 1984, etc.
2 Weekes-Vagliani, Winifred. TLS to ME. Paris, OECD, 6 April 1984, with paper "The Integration of Women in Development Projects" for review, and notes by Elmendorf.
2 "Women as Managers of Human Waste," by Elmendorf, and "Outline: Improving the Methods for Handling, Collecting and Disposing of Feces... " with annotations and notes.
2 "Women, Water and Sanitation: Primary Health Care. Task Force Report. American University in Cairo, May 28 - 30, 1983.
2 Yansheng, Ma. TLS to ME. New York, UNICEF, 2 May 1985, inviting her to participate in the NGO Forum, Nairobi, of the Conference on the UN Women's Decade.

Rural Renewable Energy Project, Thailand, 1981-1982

Elmendorf participated as part of a META Systems (USAID) project on Rural Renewable Energy to help design a survey for the National Energy Administration of Thailand. The papers includes some memoranda and notes regarding the project, drafts of related papers she prepared with her husband, John Landgraf, a set of META documents, and other publications relating to renewable energy. The papers she and Landgraf prepared include a background report on community woodlots in Thailand and a field survey of forest projects related to renewable energy in Sabah, Malaysia, and Thailand.


Box
3 Memoranda, notes, cards of contacts, etc. in Thailand for renewable energy project.
3 Meeting notes with Thai officials, a. notes, trip report, August 9-13, 1981, memoranda, etc. re woodlots, etc.
3 Landgraf, John, and Mary Elmendorf. Woodlots and Household Energy: Views from the Villages. Prepared for META and NEA, September 1981. First draft, with ms. annotations.
3 Landgraf, John L. and Mary L. Elmendorf. Fuelwood in Thailand and Sabah. For the Panel on Energy Policy research, 81st Annual Meeting, American Anthropological Association, December 5, 1982.Typed ms. with annotations and clean copy.
3 META Systems: Thai Group. Series of baseline studies, Feb., 1982: Biomass Samples. Charcoal Kilns. Community Organization, Credit, Health, Water and Transport. Household Surveys: Questionnaires Land Use Maps. Rural Industry. Socio-economic data. Stoves. Village Agriculture and Livestock. Arbuthnot, James, and Robert H. Thomas. Thailand: Village Water Supply and Sanitation in Northeast Thailand. WASH Field Report 19. Prepared for USAID Thailand, July 1981.

Bibliography and Documents

Two Part Bibliography on Women/Irrigation/Drinking Water/Sanitation and Their Interrelationships. Prepared by Mary Elmendorf and John Landgraf for FAO/Food and Agricultural Organizations (AGL). Part I: List by authors. Part II: Annotations of Selected Titles." March 17, 1985. Revised April 13, 1985. Numbers in closed parenthesis refer to item numbers in the Bibliography.


Box
4 (1) [Absalon, Elkana. Report of Kibwezi Integrated Survey: Water (Kenya)] Typed ms. (copy).
4 (7) Agarwal, Bina. "Water Resource Development and Rural Women." Draft for the Ford Foundation. August 1981.
4 (8) Ain Bakhteari, Quratul. "Social Engineering and Appropriate Technology: An Experiment from Baldia Soakpit Pilot Project, Karachi (1985?) With correspondence, 1984-1986.
4 (10) Annis, Sheldon, and Stephen B. Cox. "The Integration of Small-Scale Irrigation and Village Potable Water Systems in Guatemala. Water Supply and Management (1982).
4 (12) Ault, Steven K. "Expanding Non-Agricultural Uses of Irrigation for the Disadvantaged: Health Aspects," in Report to AID in Support of a Project on Expanding Non-Agricultural Uses of Irrigation Water. New York: Agricultural Development Council, 1981. Includes reports by Jones (80) and Yoder (150).
4 (16) Carloni, Alice. "Assistance to Irrigated Agriculture: Africa," in Integrating Women in Agricultural Projects: Case Studies of Ten FAO-Assisted Field Projects. Rome, FAO, 1983.
4 (18) Castillo, Gelia T. "Women, Water, and Sanitation." Conference on Women's Issues on Water and Sanitation, Philippine Plaza Hotel, Sept. 26, 1984. Processed.
4 (20) Chauhan, Sumi Krishna and K. Gopalalrishnan. A Million Villages, a Million Decades? London, Earthscan, 1983.
4 (21) Choudhury, Kamal Ahmed. "Report of Survey of Sources of Water for Household Use." Dacca: International Voluntary Services, 1980.
4 (23) Cloud, Kathleen. "Women and Water Management: Understandings Gained from My Asian Trip." Consortium for International Development Report, Nov. 30, 1982.
4 (27) Dalton, Peter R. "A Sociecological Approach to the Control of Schistosoma mansoni in St Lucia," Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 54 (1976), 587-595.
4 (28) Dalton, Peter R. and D. Poole. "Water-Contact Patterns in Relation to Schistosoma haeatobium Infection," Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 56:3 (1978), 417-426.
4 (33) Dey, Jennie. "Gambian Women: Unequal Partners on Rice Development Projects?" Journal of Development Studies 17:3 (1981) 109-122.
4 (35) Dworkin, Daniel M. Community Water Supply in Developing Countries: Lessons from Experience. [Washington?] U.S. AID, September, 1982.
4 (36) Dworkin, Daniel M. and Barbara L.K. Pillsbury. The Potable Water Project in Rural Thailand. Project Impact Evaluation 3. [Washington?]U.S. AID, May, 1980. Fragment.
4 (49) Falkenmark, Malin. Rural Water Supply and Health: the Need for a New Strategy. Uppsala: Scandinavian Institute of African Studies, 1982.
4 (52) Fleuret, Patrick. "The Social Organization of Water Control in the Taita Hills, Kenya," American Ethnologist 12(1): Feb. 1985, 103-118.
4 (54) Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO). "Time Allocation Survey: A Tool for Anthropologists, Economists and Nutritionists." Rome, 1983.
4 (57) Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO). Country Fact Sheets to Identify Women's Role in Agriculture and Food Production. Rome, 1983.
4 (21) (58) Fortmann, Louise. Women's Involvement in High Risk Arable Agriculture: The Botswana Case. Women in Development. Washington: U.S. AID, April, 1980.
4 (59) Franda, Marcus. "Special Report: Fair Share Irrigation for India's Poor," Ford Foundation Letter, Feb. 1, 1983.
4 (60) Franda, Marcus. "Water for the Disadvantaged, and Especially for Women," (1980).
4 (62) Gachukia, Eddah. "Women's Self-Help Efforts for Water Supply in Kenya," Assignment children 45/46, 167-174. With postcard to ME, 9/5/85.
4 (64) Germain, Adrienne. "Poor Rural Women: A Policy Perspective." Reprint from the Journal of International Affairs, 30:2 (1976-77).
4 (66) Gokgur, Nilgun. "Women in Irrigated Agriculture," typescript (copy) 1984. With correspondence, April - May, 1985.
5 (71) Hangar, Jane and Jon Morris. "Women and the Household Economy," in Chambers and Morris, Mwea: An Irrigated Rice Settlement in Kenya. Munich:Weltforum, 1973.
5 (72) Hannan-Andersson, Carolyn. Development of Water Supplies in Singida Region, Tanzania: The Realities for Village Women. Research Report 63. University of Dar Es Salaam, June 1984.
5 (76) Hunter, J.M., L. Rey, and D. Scott. Disease Prevention and Control in Water Development Schemes. Geneva: World Health Organization [1980]
5 (79) Jayewardene, Jayantha and M. K. Kilkelly. System H of the Mahaweli Development Project, Sri Lanka: 1983 Diagnostic Analysis. Fort Collins, CO: Water Management Synthesis Project, 1983.
5 (81) Jordan, P. et. al. "Further Observations from St Lucia on Control of Schistosoma mansoni Transmission by Provision of Domestic Water Supplies," Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 56:6 (1978), 965-973.
5 (82) Jordan, P. et. al. "Value of Individual Household Water Supplies in the Maintenance Phase of a Schistosomiasis Control Programme in Saint Lucia, after Chemotherapy," Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 60:4 (1982) 583-588.
5 (83) Jordan, P. et. al. "Control of Schistosoma mansoni Transmission by Provision of Domestic Water Supplies," Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 52 (1975) 9-20.
5 (87) Joshi, Chandni. "Rural Women and Income Generating Activities in Nepal." Bangkok: FAO, 1984.
5 (91) Keller, Jack. "An Overview of USAID'S Irrigation Investment Options and Strategies for Asia." Washington, USAID, 1981.
5 (92) Kendall, Ellen M. Community Participation and Women's Roles in Water Supply and Sanitation in Developing Countries: A Three-Part Bibliography by Author, Subject, and Country. WASH Technical Report 18. Washington, 1982.
5 (93) Korten, Frances F. Building National Capacity to Develop Water Users' Associations: Experiences from the Philippines. World Bank Staff Working Papers 528. Washington: World Bank, 1983.
5 (94) Levine, Gilbert and Henry C. Hart. "Mobilizing Local Resources for Irrigation." Report 22. [New York] Agricultural Development Council, 1981.
5 (100) Meinzen-Dick, Ruth Suseela. Local Management of Tank Irrigation in South India: Organization and Operation. Cornell University Studies in Irrigation. Ithaca [1984]
5 (101) Mitchell, William P. "Needs and Risks in Modifying a Traditional Irrigation System in the Andes." Washington: World Bank, 1982.
5 (103) Ninez, Vera K. "Household Gardens: Theoretical Considerations on an Old Survival Strategy." Typed ms. (copy) [May, 1984]
5 (104) O'Brien, Helen. "Preventing Pesticide Poisonings in Developing Countries." Washington: World Bank, 1984.
5 (107) Obeng, Letitia E. "Women the Water Carriers - and Water - Related Diseases." Nairobi, United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), 1980.
5 (109) Palmer, Ingrid. "The Nemow Case: Case Studies of the Impact of Large Scale Development Projects on Women: A Series for Planners. Typed ms. (copy) 1979.
5 Prins, Agma. "Community Participation in Health Action through Structured Problem Solving: Lessons Learned in the Socio-health Program of the Togo Rural Water Project. Typed ms. (copy) 1983.
5 (114) Roundy, Robert W. "Clean Water Provisions in Rural Areas of Less Developed Countries," Social Science and Medicine, 20:3 (1985) 293-300, and draft copy (1984).
5 (117) Schmink, Marianne. "Community Management of Waste Recycling: The SIRDO," Seeds, no. 8, 1984.
5 (117b) Schmink. "Woman and Waste Management in Urban Mexico." Albuquerque: Latin American Studies Association, 1985.
5 (118) Schoeffel, Penelope. "Dilemmas of Modernization in Primary Health Care in Western Samoa." Washington: American Anthropological Association, 1982.
6 (119) Schoor, Thomas. Las represes y sus efectos sobre la salud. [Mexico City] Centro Panamericano de Ecologia Human y Salud, 1984.
6 (120) Scudder, Thayer. "The Accelerated Mahaweli Programme (AMP) and Dry Zone Development: Some Aspects of Settlement. Report no. 3, September, 1981.
6 (121) Scudder. The Development Potential of New Lands Settlements in the Tropics and Subtropics: A Global State-of-the-Art Evaluations with Specific Emphasis on Policy Implications. Draft Report, September 1981.
6 (123) Simpson-Hebert, Mayling. Methods for Gathering Socio-cultural Data for Water Supply and Sanitation Projects. TAG Technical Note 1. Washington: World Bank, 1983.
6 (124) Smith, Alice J. Women's Roles in Water Supply and Sanitation in Developing Countries: a Four-Part Bibliography. WASH Technical Report 21. Washington, US AID, 1984.
6 (128) Stanbury, Pamela. "Women and Water: Effects of Irrigation Development in a North Indian Village. [East Lansing] Michigan State University, 1984.
6 (129) Stanbury, Pamela. Women's Roles in Irrigated Agriculture: 1984 Diagnostic Analysis Workshop, Dahod Tank Irrigation Project, Madhya Pradesh, India. Fort Collins: Water Management Synthesis Project, 1984.
6 (131) Steinberg, David. I. Irrigation and AID's Experience: a Consideration Based on Evaluations. AID Program Evaluation Report 8. Washington: US AID, 1983.
6 (132) Stephenson, Rebecca A. A Comparison of Freshwater Use Customs on Ulithi Atoll with Those of Selected Other Micronesian Atolls. [Mangilao, Guam] 1984.
6 (133) Unrau, G. O. "Individual Household Water Supplies As a Control Measure against Schistosoma mansoni," Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 52 (1975) 1-8.
6 (134) Uphoff, Norman. "A Case Study of 'Learning Process' Applied to Farmer Organization and Participation in Water Management - The Institutional-Organizer Program in Gal Oya, Sri Lanka. Washington 1982.
6 (135) Uphoff, N. "The Institutional-Organizer (IO) Programme in the Field after Three Months: a Report on Trip to Ampare/Gal Oya, June 17-20, 1981."
6 (136) Uphoff, N. "The Institutional-Organizer (IO) Programme in the Field after Ten Months: a Report on Trip to Ampare/Gal Oya, January 14-17, 1982."
6 (139) [Van Wijk, Christine. "Literature Review of Women in Water and Sanitation: Myth and Realities," 1985]
6 (143) Venkataraman, K. N., et al. Interdisciplinary Diagnostic Analysis and Workplan for Dahod Tank Irrigation Project, Madhya Pradesh, India. WMS Report 25. For Collins, CO: Water Management Synthesis Project, 1984.
6 (145) [White, G.] Water for All. Washington: International Institute for Environment and Development, 1976.
6 (147) World Health Organization. A Strategy of Morbidity Reduction in Schistosomiasis. Geneva, 1983.
6 (148) World Health Organization. Workshop on the Role of Human/Water Contact in Schistosomiasis Transmission. Geneva, 1983.
6 (151) Yoder, Robert. Non-Agricultural Uses of Irrigation Systems: Past Experience and Implications for Planning and Design. London: Overseas Development Institute, 1983
7 1986 Update to Two-Part Bibliography on Women /Irrigation /Drinking Water / Sanitation and Their Interrelationships. Prepared by Mary Elmendorf and John Landgraf. 4 April 1986.
7 Association for Women in Development. Women Creating Wealth: Transforming Economic Development. Selected Papers and Speeches from the Association for Women in Development Conference, Washington, D.C., 25-28 April 1985. Ed. By Rita S. Gallin and Anita Spring. [Washington, 1985]
7 Bell, Wesley. "A Woman's Work is Never Done," Symbiosis, June 1985, p. 4-5.
7 Bhatty, Zarina. "Role of Women in Indian Irrigation, USAID, New Delhi. 15 p. processed.
7 Bos, R. "The Status of Institutional Arrangement in Relation to the Incorporation of Health and Environmental Safeguards in Water Resource Development Projects in Two Selected African Countries: a Report Based on Visits to Kenya and Ethiopia. WHO/FAO/UNEP 4th Annual Meeting, Geneva, October 1984.
7 Briscoe, John. Water Supply and Sanitation in the Health Sector in the Asia Region: Information Needs and Program Priorities. Document prepared for the WASH Project on Request from the Near East and Asia Bureau, USAID. December, 1985.
7 Buvinic, Mayra. "A Brief Note on Women and Water in the Third World," 1984. Processed.
7 Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka. Ministry of Mahaweli Development. Madura Oya Project: Feasibility Report. Annex G, Afroeconomic Studies. November, 1979. Processed.
7 Durongdej, Somchai, ed. Proceedings of the Meeting of the Socio-Cultural Aspect of Food Safety at the Faculty of Public Health, 7-9 June 1982. [Bangkok] 1983.
7 Enge, Mairanne. "Water Hygiene in Botswana: from Water Hygiene Campaign to Educational Programme," August, 1985. Processed.
7 Foster, G.M and F.A. Kafferstein. "Food Safety and the Behavioural Sciences," Soc. Sci. Med., 21:11 (1985) 1273-1277.
7 Gachukia, Eddah W. "The Involvement of Women in the Planning and Implementation of Water and Sanitation Programs in Developing Countries with Particular Reference to Kenya." Seminar of Women Issues in Water and Sanitation, Manila, 24-26 Sept., 1984. Processed.
7 Godammune, Lalit. "Institutional Arrangements to Ensure the Incorporation of Health and Environmental Safeguards in Water Resource Development Projects - the Mahaweli Development Programme, Sri Lanka." Technical discussion. EPO/PE/WP/84.4.
7 Goertz, Ulrike. "The Women-Water Connection." [Iowa City, 198?] Processed.
7 Groenfeldt, David. J. "Farmers' Response to Irrigation Opportunities: the Status of the Green Revolution in a Haryana Village." December, 19981. Processed.
7 International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED). "Cropland or Wasteland: The Problems and Promises of Irrigation." Earthscan Press Briefing Document #38. London [198?] Processed.
7 International Women's Tribune Center (IWTC). Tribune: a Women and Development Quarterly. Women and Water 2. Newsletter #28 (3rd quarter, 1984).
7 Jain, Devaki. Indian Women: Today and Tomorrow. Padmaja Naidu Memorial Lecture. New Delhi: Nehru Memorial Museum and Library, 1982.
7 Jiggins, Janice. "Problems of Understanding and Communication at the Interface of Knowledge Systems." Gainesville, 1986. Processed.
7 Jones, Christine. "Women's Labor Allocations and Irrigated Rice Production in North Cameroon." Jakarta, 1982. Processed.
7 Kabalikat ng Pamilyang Pilipino. Women's Issues in Water and Sanitation: Attempts to Address and Age-Old Challenge. Ottawa, IRDC, 1985.
7 Khalid, Asma. "The Impact of Watercourse Improvements on Women." [Washington? AID] 1981. Processed.
7 Lund, Ragnhild. "A Survey of Women's Working and Living Conditions in a Mahaweli Settlement Area with Special Emphasis on Household Budgets and Household Surplus. Study Paper 315. People's Bank. [Colombo, Sri Lanka, 1978] Processed.
7 Mencher, Joan P. "Muddy Feet, Dirty Hands: Rice Production and Female Agricultural Labour," Economic and Political Weekly, 17:52 (Dec. 1982)
7 Merabet, Zora. "How the Yemen is Trying to Meet the Aims of the Water Decade." Waterlines. 2:4 (April, 1984) 7-12.
7 Merabet, Zora. "Improvement of Basic Rural Services with Community Participation." Cases Study in Bahareya Oasis. 1985. Processed.
7 Micro Industries Development Assistance Society (MIDAS). A Comparative Study of the Caretaker System of the DPHE/UNICEF Rural Water Supply Programme and That of the BRDB's Village Health Worker's Project. Dhaka, Bangladesh, 1984. Processed.
7 National Council of Applied Economic Research. Socio-Economic Base Line Study of Medium Irrigation Projects in Rajasthan. New Delhi, 1982. Processed.
7 Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD). Improving Aid Effectiveness in the Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Sector: Conclusions and Recommendations Emerging from DAC Consultations. Paris, 1985. Processed.
7 Ozolins, G. Application of WHO Guidelines for Drinking-Water Quality. National Water Quality Workshop. Bandung, Indonesia, 1985. Processed.
7 Perrett, Heli E. Involving Women in Sanitation Projects. TAG Discussion Papers #3. [New York] Washington: World Bank, 1985.
7 Roark, Paula Donnelly. "Women and Water," in Water and Sanitation: Economic and Sociological Perspectives. New York: Academic Press, 1984, 49-68.
8 Roundy, Robert W. "Nutritional and Toxic Hazards to Households and Communities in Irrigation," in Workshop on Irrigation and Human Welfare: Integrated Management of Water Resources in LDCs. New Brunswick: Rutgers University, 1983. Processed.
8 Saradamoni, K. and Joan P. Mencher. "Women and Rice Cultivation." Workshop, Indian Statistical Institute, Nov. 17, 1982. New Delhi, 1982. Processed.
8 Scudder, Thayer. The Accelerated Mahaweli Programme (AMP) and Dry Zone Development. September, 1980. Processed.
8 Scudder, Thayer. Evaluatory Report on Missions to Sri Lankan Settlement Projects: a Discussion of Some Basic Issues. May, 1979. Processed.
8 Swaminathan, M. S. Women and Rural Development. J.P. Naik Memorial Lecture, New Delhi, Centre for Women's Development Studies, 11 Sept. 1982.
8 Tyabji, Nasir. Field Notes of a Visit to Jagtial, India - March 15-20, 1981. Typescript (copy).
8 United Nations Development Program (UNDP) Is There a Better Way? New York, 1985.
8 United Nations Inter-Agency Task Force on Women and Water of the IWSSD Steering Committee for Cooperative Action. [Insights from Field Practice]. New York, August, 1984. Processed.
8 United Nations Inter-Agency Task Force on Women and Water of the IWSSD Steering Committee for Cooperative Action Strategies for Enhancing Women's Participation in Water Supply and Sanitation Activities. [New York] December, 1983. Processed. Cf. Series 3, Box 10 (WB 32).#32.
8 United Nations International Research and Training Institute for the Advancement of Women (INSTRAW). Women and the International Water Supply and Sanitation Decade. Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic [198?] Cf. Series 3, Box 10 (WB 32) #34.
8 United Nations International Research and Training Institute for the Advancement of Women (INSTRAW). Women and the International Water Supply and Sanitation Decade: Bibliography of the INSTRAW Inter-Regional Seminar on Women and the IDWSSD, Cairo, 12-16 March, 1984. Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic [1984]
8 UNICEF. Promoting Health Behaviour in Water and Sanitation Programmes. Report of a Working Group, New York, 25-29 March 1985. [New York, 1985]
8 UNICEF/UNDP. "Women as Innovators in Water Supply and Sanitation." Presentation to the April 1982 Meeting of the IDWSSD Steering Committee. [New York, 1982]
8 UNICEF-WHO Joint Committee on Health Policy. UNICEF/WHO Joint Study on Water Supply and Sanitation Components of Primary Health Care. Geneva, 1979.
8 United States Agency for International Development. "Water, Health and Sanitation," in Women in Development: the First Decade, 1975-1984, 37-44. Washington [1985]
8 Van Wijk-Sijbesma. Participation of Women in Water Supply and Sanitation: Roles and Realities. Technical Paper 22. The Hague, IRC, 1985. Cf. Series 3, Box 13 (WB 34) 23.
8 Whyte, Anne. Guidelines for Planning Community Participation in Water Supply and Sanitation Projects. Geneva: World Health Organization [1979]
8 World Health Organization. Background Paper: A Review of Issues. Workshop on the Role of Human/Water Contact in Schistosomiasis Transmission, St. Lucia, 28 May - 1 June 1979.
8 World Health Organization (WHO). "Benefits to Health of Safe and Adequate Drinking Water and Sanitary Disposition of Human Waste." EHE/82.32. Geneva, 1982. Processed.
8 World Health Organization (WHO). "Health Education Methods and Materials in Primary Health Care," Appropriate Technology for Health Newsletter 10 (Dec., 1981).
8 World Health Organization (WHO). Minimum Evaluation Procedure (MEP) IDWSSD Publication 6. Geneva, May, 1985.
8 World Health Organization (WHO). Minimum Evaluation Procedure (MEP) for Water Supply and Sanitation Projects. Geneva, 1983.
8 World Health Organization (WHO). "Water," Appropriate Technology for Health Newsletter 14-15 (Spring-Summer, 1984).
8 World Health Organization (WHO). Women, Water and Sanitation. Geneva, 1986.

IDWSSD Documents

Box
8 Churchill, Anthony. World Bank memo to S. Sahild Hussain, re: Water Supply and Urban Research Strategy Paper, May 10, 1984.
8 Report of a Regional Consultation, New Delhi, 8-12 August 1983. With letters to Elmendorf, 16 July 1984.
8 Shipman, Harold. World Bank memo to John M. Kalbermatten, re: Residential Sewage Disposal... August 29, 1977.
8 Sumbung, Tit. Indonesia: the Role of Women in Water Supply and Sanitation. IDWSSD Seminar. Cairo, 12-16 March 1984.
8 Training Module Field Test and Review (UNDP/World Bank Project INT/82/002).
8 Water and Sanitation Training Modules [slide show texts] ca. 1984.
8 World Bank Semi-annual Operational Summary of Special Projects Undertaken by the Transportation and Water Department in Support of the International Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Decade, Jan. 10, 1993.


Selected Subjects and Access Terms

Anthropologists -- United States.
Chan Kom (Mexico).
Elmendorf, Mary L. (Mary Lindsay)
Elmendorf, Mary L. (Mary Lindsay) -- Manuscripts.
Maya women.
Mayas -- Economic conditions.
Mayas -- Mexico -- Yucatan state.
Mayas -- Social life and customs.
Women -- Health and hygiene.
Women -- Mexico -- Chan Kom -- Case studies.
Women -- Mexico.
Women in development.



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