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SUB-SERIES Identifier: MC 938; T-299; Vt-283; DVD-139; CD-32; Phon-71

Subseries A. Women's Encampment, 1979-1987 (#T-299.1-T-299.92, Vt-283.1-Vt-283.136, DVD-139.1-DVD-139.3)

Scope and Contents

Subseries A. Women's Encampment, 1979-1987 (#T-299.1-T-299.92, Vt-283.1-Vt-283.136, DVD-139.1-DVD-139.3), includes audiocassettes and videotapes of daily activities, meetings, civil disobedience actions and events, singing and gathering, orientation and local outreach, etc. at the Encampment. Related events are also documented including interviews with Encampment women on local radio stations, peace marches in New York and Washington, D.C., Barbara Deming's memorial in New York, and gatherings of women in other cities prior to the opening of the Encampment, including in Seattle, Washington, and at other peace camps, including Greenham Common in England. This series include Women's Video Collective tapes. See series IX for log sheets detailing content for these tapes. Subseries is arranged chronologically, except for Women's Video Collective videotapes which are arranged by Women's Video Collective number.


  • 1945-2016
  • Majority of material found within 1980-2008

Language of Materials

Materials in English.


Access. The collection is open to research.


35.53 linear feet (59 file boxes, 1 card file box, 2 folio boxes, 1 folio+ box, 3 oversize boxes, 1 supersize box) plus 5 supersize folders, 82 photograph folders, 209 audiocassettes, 234 videocassettes, 1 compact disk, 14 DVDs, 1 phonograph record, and 1 reel of microfilm (M-117)
1.083 Gigabytes (19 files)

Repository Details

Part of the Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe Institute Repository

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