Series III. ORGANIZATIONS AND ACTIVISM, 1880-2013 (#17.8-39.10, E.6-E.10, FD.1, F+D.3-F+D.5, OD.1-OD.2)
Scope and Contents
Series III, ORGANIZATIONS AND ACTIVISM, 1880-2013 (#17.8-39.10, E.6-E.10, FD.1, F+D.3-F+D.5, OD.1-OD.2), contains papers related to Farians' activist work surrounding the role of women in society and in the Catholic church, sex discrimination and equal rights, civil rights, the eradication of capital punishment, and environmental justice and animal rights. The series is divided into subseries by topic: feminism, women and the church, eco-feminism, and peace and social justice. The materials in this series include writings, speeches, articles and clippings, research materials, notes, reports, flyers, printed materials, including flyers, stickers, bookmarks, and brochures. There is some overlap in content among the subseries, which demonstrates the interconnectedness among these various causes and philosophies. Records relating to national and chapter NOW activities are located in subseries A and B and in the Papers of NOW officer Elizabeth Farians, 1965-1973 (MC 480).
- Majority of material found within 1942-2013
Language of Materials
Materials in English and French.
Access. Collection is open for research. An appointment is necessary to use any audiovisual material.
Extent16.3 linear feet ((38 file boxes, 2 half file boxes) plus 1 folio folder, 5 folio+ folders, 2 oversize folders, 6 photograph folders, 38 audiotapes, 1 videotape, 2 CDs, 2 DVDs, 2 objects)
149.3 Megabytes (251 files)
Collection stored off site: researchers must request access 36 hours before use.
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