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Series X. Personal Material, 1982-2007

Scope and Content Notes:

This new series, added to the collection October 2011, largely consists of materials relating to Domike's personal life, as well as some professional materials that document her work as an educator. Included are correspondence, conference materials, awards, as well as various resumes and CV's. Syllabi from classes she taught at Chatham are also included.


Box 72
Folder 1 Awards Received from Art Institute, 1982-1983
Folder 2 Clippings of Newspaper Photographs Done while at the Daily Herald, 1984
Folder 3 Conferences, 1991-2003
Folder 4 Correspondence with The Historical Society of Western Pennsylvania Concerning Teaching Resources, 1993
Folder 5 Correspondence with Nakano Rie Regarding Women of Steel, 1987
Folder 6 Creative Arts Award and Women's Shelter, 1987
Folder 7 Curriculum Vitae and Resume Materials, 1999-2001
Folder 8 Invitation to Present Women of Steel at Carnegie Museum of Art, 1996
Folder 9 Letter Regarding Invitation to Speak at Meeting of University and College Labor Educator's Association, 1989
Folder 10 Notes, undated
Folder 11 Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission Research, Presentation and Talk, 1993
Folder 12 Personal Calendar, 1979
Folder 13 Personal Calendar, 2007
Folder 14 Personal Correspondence with Ann Walko, 1992
Folder 15 Personal Correspondence with Kathleen Ferri, 1992-1994
Folder 16 Piece on Domike Published in Pittsburgh, 1988
Folder 17 Pittsburgh History Reference Materials for Class Use, 2000
Folder 18 Presentation, Correspondence and Materials Relating to Workshop Titled, "Life and Labor in the Industrial Valley: A Millennial Perspective," 1999
Folder 19 Press, 1985-2000
Folder 20 Script for Presentation of Various Projects, undated
Folder 21 Syllabi for Classes Taught at Chatham, undated
Folder 22 Research for Trip to Poland, undated
Folder 23 Research for Trip to Russia, 1989-1990
Folder 24 Talk Delivered at SEIU Regional Women's Conference, undated
Folder 25 Transcript of Domike Interview for Pittsburgh Oral History Project, undated