Series I. ADMINISTRATION, 1972-2007, n.d. (#1.1-17.21, 110F+B.1-110F+B.3)
Scope and Contents
Series I, Administration, 1972-2007, n.d. (#1.1-17.21, 110F+B.1-110F+B.3), contains minutes, agendas, financial reports, e-mails, general operation files, personnel files, by-laws, and incorporation documents. The series is arranged in five subseries.
Language of Materials
Materials in English.
Access. The records are restricted under an agreement between the Schlesinger Library and NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts. Publications, minutes of annual meetings, mailings to members, and other material of a public nature are available for research. The following types of the records are closed: financial records (in Series III and throughout) for 10 years after date of creation; board minutes (in Series I and throughout), executive committee records (throughout), and executive director's records (in Series II and throughout) for 20 years after date of creation; contributor lists (in Series III and throughout), mailing lists (in Series IV and throughout), membership lists (in Series IV and throughout), and personnel records (in Series I and throughout) for 50 years after date of creation. Nomination committee records are closed (throughout) for 20 years after date of creation. Some folders throughout are closed due to personal or sensitive material.
Extent59.57 linear feet ((107 + 1/2 file boxes, 11 folio+ boxes) plus 3 oversize folders, 2 supersize folders, 9 photograph folders, 2 negative folders, 2 objects, electronic records.)
Collection stored off site: researchers must request access 36 hours before use.
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