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Guide to the Carole Hyatt Papers
1947-2006 (bulk, 1980s-1990s)
 MS 3105

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Creator: Hyatt, Carole
Title: Carole Hyatt papers
Dates [inclusive]: 1947-2006 (bulk, 1980s-1990s)
Abstract: The Carole Hyatt papers include transcripts, notes, audiotapes, working files, and publicity material related to the author and career consultant Carole Hyatt's publications, workshops, and other initiatives. These especially relate to her trilogy of books exploring the relationship of individuals to a changing workplace: "When Smart People Fail" (1987), "Shifting Gears" (1990), and "Lifetime Employability" (1995), as well as to the ramifications of women's expanding role in the workplace. The collection holds about 670 audiotapes, principally of Hyatt's interviews with individuals and focus groups, which underlie much of her published work. About 450 of these have been digitized for access.
Quantity: 19 Linear feet in 19 boxes + 1.09 terabytes of digitized audiotapes
Call Phrase: MS 3105