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COLLECTION Identifier: MC 408; T-248

Papers of Barbara Deming, 1886-1995

Correspondence, writings, etc., of Barbara Deming, feminist lesbian author and activist.

Dates

  • 1886-1995

Language of Materials

Materials in English.

TERMS OF USE

Access. Unrestricted.

Conditions Governing Use

Copyright. Judith McDaniel retains copyright in Barbara Deming's writings, including school papers, throughout her lifetime. Copyright in correspondence and other writings is held by the individual writer or publisher, or her/his heirs or assigns.

Copying. Unrestricted.

Extent

33.57 linear feet ((80 + 1/2 file boxes) 33 photograph folders, 3 folio folders, 6 folio+ folders, 3 oversize folders, 1 supersize folder, 5 audiotapes)

Barbara Deming's papers consist primarily of her correspondence, and also include her writings and some material she collected.

The papers document Deming's activities, thoughts, and friendships. They provide an overview of her early writings and a complete view of her writing and attempts to publish after the late 1960s. For more about her earlier work, see the papers Deming gave to Boston University's Twentieth Century Collection in the early 1970s; these include articles on movies and theatre, correspondence about her trips to Vietnam, and papers used in writing Prison Notes (including logs kept by other prisoners in the Albany City Jail), Running Away from Myself, Wash Us and Comb Us, Revolution and Equilibrium, and the poems in We Cannot Live Without Our Lives.

This collection provides information about numerous female and male writers, publishers, photographers, painters, and political activists from the early 1940s through the early 1980s, mostly in the United States. The papers document the peace movement in the 1960s and its use of nonviolent direct action in the 1960s, particularly the War Resisters League, the Committee for Nonviolent Action, and Women Strike for Peace. The papers also shed light on the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s and the women's movement of the 1970s and 80s. The anti-pornography movement is well documented through Deming's files on Women Against Violence Against Women and other organizations. Documentation of lesbian activists and women witches is scattered throughout the collection. For Burritt family genealogical information see #496.

Because correspondence appears throughout the collection, the processor has prepared an index of selected individual and organizational correspondents, which appears at the end of this finding aid. Although the name index does not include subjects, it is useful for topical research, as one can look up the names of people and organizations involved in a given subject.

The original order of the collection and Deming's file divisions have been maintained almost in their entirety. Deming kept separate alphabetical, chronological, and writings files; older folders that she had segregated, perhaps to make room for new ones, were reintegrated. Because it appears that Deming kept most organizational and subject files in the alphabetical sequence in Series II, any such files not already in that series were moved there. Almost all folder headings are based closely on Deming's. "[Sic]" follows those that are unusual or that shed additional light on the reasoning behind her filing practices; titles that appear to have little to do with a folder's contents or that are particularly odd are in quotation marks. The arrangement of the collection reflects the unity of all aspects of Deming's life: her personal, political, and professional life were integrated and cannot be separated. For information about any aspect, researchers are advised to peruse the entire finding aid.

A few of the files in Series I, II, and III were kept jointly by Deming and Vida (Ginsburg) Deming, Mary Meigs or, especially, Jane Verlaine; they therefore contain letters those women wrote and received. Some of the files kept partially or entirely by Verlaine are #47-55, 57-59, 76, #298, 636f+-655, 676-702. Most dried flowers and leaves were removed. Deming marked some folders, "Not for B.U. [Boston University]." In some cases this meant that she was retaining the file for her own work; in others, that she wished to keep its contents private during her lifetime. Only in the latter cases have the words "not for B.U." been included in the folder heading.

Before Judith McDaniel transferred these papers to the Schlesinger Library, she and her assistants compiled a database describing the contents of the folders. Copies of the information sheets they prepared on each folder appear in Box 1. McDaniel donated photocopies of some material to the Lesbian Herstory Archives in Brooklyn, New York.

Series I, Biographical (#1-83), contains articles about and interviews with Deming (including an audiotape), correspondence, engagement calendars, programs, clippings, and some bills and other financial material. In addition to a biographical overview, this series provides information about Deming's daily life, Jane and Oscar Verlaine's custody battle, and houses owned by Deming with Mary Meigs or Verlaine. Many of the engagement calendars were published by organizations with which Deming was involved (e.g., the War Resisters' League) and some contain longer, journal-like entries, correspondence, or notes; the few blank pages were discarded.

Series II, Alphabetical correspondence (#84-723o), includes letters to Deming; carbon copies, drafts, and some originals of her letters; notes from telephone conversations; and poems and other writings. There are also letters to others that were forwarded to Deming; correspondence prepared for publication; drafts, articles, poems, and other writings by correspondents; clippings, flyers, programs, posters, and other printed material from and about organizations and individuals; and photographs of Deming, her correspondents and others, some taken by professional women photographers. Many of the correspondents and authors are notable; see the index at the end of this finding aid.

For Deming these were not only files of personal and business correspondence, but also subject files. Some folders contain only clippings or a single letter; letters from the same person may appear under her name and under the names of one or more organizations or projects. Additional correspondence appears throughout the collection; consult the index at the end of this finding aid.

The folder titles include the names that Deming used on her folder headings, as she wrote them (i.e., not necessarily a person's formal or full name); many folders include correspondents not listed in her titles. Dates were added by the processor, as were the names of recipients of letters not from Deming; these names are not in the index. Many of Deming's "see also" notes have not been retained as they are reflected in the index. Deming kept most files in reverse chronological order; the processor reversed the order, but did not attempt to put letters in precise chronological order.

Correspondence between Mary Meigs and Deming that Meigs donated was not interfiled; see #415-20. Because Deming often kept carbon copies, many of the letters Meigs received from her are duplicated in Deming's files.

Series III, Chronological correspondence (#724-958o), contains letters to Deming, carbon copies, drafts, some originals of her letters, and notes from telephone conversations. As in Series II, there are also letters to others that were forwarded to Deming; drafts, manuscripts, and printed writings by correspondents; clippings, flyers, maps, programs, and other printed material from and about organizations and individuals; photographs of Deming, her correspondents, and others, some taken by professional women photographers; and a paper crane, purple cord, four-leaf clovers and other objects, most sent as tokens of luck or for their magical properties to help Deming recover from cancer.

Many correspondents who appear in this series also appear in Series II and elsewhere in the collection. The correspondence from before 1970 that appears in this series tends to be less personal than that in Series II. After the early 70s, however, Deming was less diligent in filing correspondence alphabetically; the more recent correspondence is therefore more personal. This series includes letters Deming wrote and received while abroad, in jail, or in the hospital, and correspondence regarding her work as a writer in the 1940s and 1950s.

Most files, particularly from the early 1960s on, were in rough reverse chronological order; in most cases the processor simply reversed the order. When files were not in any apparent order, or when they contained letters grouped by correspondent, the processor usually left them in their original order and left the dates as Deming had them; there are many letters without dates, but there is generally no reason not to accept her dates as recorded on the folders. Letters from files labeled "answered" or "answer" but dating from different years were refiled into folders with the same labels for the appropriate years. Files kept in years when Deming was not able to maintain them (e.g. 1983-1984) were put in order by month. Most month divisions, however, are approximate; when searching for a letter written in a particular month of a particular year, it is best to check the whole year.

Series IV, Writings (#959-1394), is divided into six subseries. Each subseries consists primarily of drafts and notes, most of them typed, that Deming kept in the process of writing; each also includes correspondence, most with publishers and editors. Subseries IV.B-IV.E also contain printed articles by Deming and others, reviews and critiques, and material regarding submission for publication. Folders containing submission material may include correspondence, drafts of writings, copies of the submissions, or printed copies of the work; the inventory does not distinguish among these possibilities. Submissions are especially numerous in Subseries IV.B. There is additional correspondence regarding Deming's writings in Series II and III; consult the index under the names of editors or publishers.

Subseries IV.A, For schools/courses, contains papers and notes Deming wrote during high school, college, and graduate school.

Subseries IV.B, Poems. Deming kept multiple carbon copies of many of her poems, presumably so that she could send them to friends and prospective publishers. Only one copy of each was kept unless a second copy was part of a collection Deming was preparing.

Subseries IV.C, Specific pieces and projects, includes drafts and final copies, etc. of stories, essays, articles, plays, speeches, and pamphlets. Similar material appears in Series II and III and usually is not noted in the folder list.

Subseries IV.D, Film, includes the summaries and analyses Deming wrote while working for the Library of Congress, as well as promotional material for many of the movies in question. Deming retained an extensive file of promotional photographs; they were sent to the Film Still Archive at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. This subseries also includes material about Running Away from Myself, the book Deming based on her film research.

Subseries IV.E, Books, contains preparatory material and correspondence for most of Deming's books. For Which Way is North (unpublished in that form), see Subseries IV.B. For Running Away from Myself, see Subseries IV.D. For more documentation of Deming's work on Prison Notes and perhaps on On Revolution and Equilibrium, see her collection at Boston University. Several of Deming's books were compilations of correspondence and of earlier work. Originals and carbon copies of correspondence she prepared for publication appear in this subseries, Subseries IV.C or IV.D, or Series II, depending on how Deming labeled the files; such correspondence is included in the index. Writings Deming published in several places appear here if Deming labeled the file with the book title; otherwise they appear in Subseries IV.C. Such duplication has not been cross-referenced.

Subseries IV.F, Journals and notes, includes daily diaries in which Deming chronicled her activities and thoughts; outlines and drafts for unidentified, or perhaps unpublished, writing projects (which she labeled "notes"); and notes she wrote during movies, lectures, sit-ins, and other events, and while in jail. Some files in this subseries were labeled "Notes, poems," "Journal in progress," or "Journal, poems"; most had been refoldered by the donor. Material similar to that in Subseries IV.F. that could be identified with a particular work appears with that work. This subseries contains almost all the documentation of Deming's travels that appears in this collection. For her diaries and notes while in Italy, Greece, and elsewhere in Europe, see #1231-35 in Subseries IV.E.

Series V, Writings by others (#1396-1421), contains manuscripts of poems, plays, stories, essays, and books by Deming's friends and acquaintances. It is arranged in alphabetical order by authors' last names. Some may have sent their work to Deming when she was an editor, or because she was helping make grant decisions for Money for Women; some wanted her comments, or thought that she would be interested in their topics. Some folders include correspondence or Deming's comments. Every series in this collection (particularly Series II) includes similar material, but Deming kept this set separate. These writings have been kept with Deming's papers because their subject matter is related to that of the collection. Copies of works published in the mainstream press were discarded, however.

Series VI. Addenda received between July 2000 and February 2014 (#1422-1509, T-248.2 - T-248.5), contains photographs, mostly of family members from earlier generations, as well as photographs used in Prisons That Could Not Hold; family correspondence, including many letters written to her aunt Eleanor, 1896-1945; Deming's personal correspondence including letters to Mary Meigs while Deming was in jail, with Deming's publishers, and with friends at the end of her life; writings by Deming; financial records including her wills and income taxes, the latter reflecting her sources of income, investment choices, and her stance as a war tax resister; and audiotapes.

BIOGRAPHY

Barbara Deming, author and activist, was born on July 23, 1917, in New York City, the daughter of admiralty lawyer Harold S. Deming (1883-1954) and former singer Katherine (Burritt) Deming (1891-?). The second of four children, Deming had three brothers: MacDonald, Quentin (Chip), and Angus (Bim). She grew up in New York City and on South Mountain Road in New City, N.Y., west of the Hudson River. The Poors (writer Bessie Breuer, painter Henry Varnum III, and their daughter, writer Annie) lived on the same road in New City. Bessie and Annie became Deming's lifelong friends.

Deming attended a Quaker school from kindergarten through high school. When she was sixteen she fell in love with a friend of her mother's, Norma Millay (sister of Edna St. Vincent); they were involved for about two years, probably until Deming left for college. Although she had long-term relationships with several women and lived, as she said, as a lesbian, Deming did not "come out" publicly until she was in her fifties.

Deming looked back on this event, falling in love for the first time, as a doubly significant moment: when she realized that she was a lesbian, and when she began to write. Writing served as an outlet to express lesbian feelings frowned upon by society, and as a process through which, as she said, "I struggle to know more truly or to affirm more stubbornly what it is that I feel and that I know--or intend" (Kalliope; see #14). In a 1984 interview, she described her writing as a kind of activism. Another form of activism that, in hindsight, she said she had undertaken was "as a woman and a lesbian...to claim my life as my own, to affirm that it didn't belong to the patriarchs, it belonged to me" (Ms.; see #5). Decades of such personal activism prepared her for the public political activism that she undertook in the 1960s.

Deming majored in drama at Bennington College in Vermont (B.A., 1938) and earned an M.A. from Cleveland's Western Reserve University (later Case Western Reserve) in 1941. She worked as a stage manager at Mercury Theatre in New York City for a winter term during college and for two months the winter after graduation. She co-directed the Bennington stock theater during the summers of 1938 and 1939, and was a teaching fellow at the Bennington School of the Arts the summers of 1940 and 1941. In the late 1930s she began to write essays about plays and the theater. She wrote poetry throughout her life.

Perhaps as the result of a job at the American Film Center in New York City in the spring and summer of 1942, Deming's interest in the stage was augmented by an interest in movies. As an analyst for the Library of Congress (LC) film project (1942-45), she worked at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. In the late 1930s and early 40s, along with the jobs listed here, Deming did editorial work for Bessie Breuer Poor, William Scott Publishers, and others, and sometimes worked as a secretary.

In 1945, Deming decided to become a full-time freelance writer. Through the 1950s, her film reviews and some theater pieces and poems were published in New Directions, Chimera, Wake, Voices, Vogue, Partisan Review, The New Yorker, Charm, City Lights, Paris Review, Hudson Review, Tulane Drama Review, and other periodicals. Many of her short stories, poems, and books did not reach print until the early 1970s, however, especially those that analyzed social values. She finished Running Away from Myself: A Dream Portrait of America Drawn from the Films of the Forties, based on viewings she began when she worked for LC, in 1950, but it was not published until 1969.

In the 1940s, Deming began a love relationship with a fellow Bennington graduate, Vida Ginsburg. Ginsburg was a professor at Bard College during some of their years together. Deming and Ginsburg lived together for eight years. Her brother Quentin also fell in love with Ginsburg, however, and, once Deming gave him her "blessing," he courted Ginsburg and they were married in 1949. By 1947, Deming had moved from New York to New City. With money from her maternal grandmother and from her father, she traveled to Europe from June 1950 through the following July, spending most of her time in Italy and Greece. When she returned to the U.S., she began a "fictional" chronicle of her emotional and physical travels, which included falling in love with Annie Poor (not reciprocated), and becoming a friend of Truman Capote and others. Friends who read the first chapter responded unfavorably; Deming later realized that they were embarrassed for her because she "revealed [herself] in it as a lesbian" (Kalliope; see #14). Deming put the book aside until 1972, when she began ten years of work writing it, and several more trying to get it published.

In 1954, Deming met artist Mary Meigs at the Poors'. They became lovers and lived together in Wellfleet, Massachusetts, on Cape Cod and in a rustic house in Somerset County, Maine, until 1969. Deming traveled in Mexico in 1953 and again in 1956, and in 1959 Deming and Meigs went on a "world trip" that included Israel, Japan, and India. Upon her return, Deming began to read the writings of Mohandas Gandhi; his ideas of active pacifism and nonviolent resistance to injustice struck a chord and served as her bridge to public political activity

Deming realized that Gandhi's philosophy of satyagraha (which she translated as "clinging to the truth") made sense of her life up to that point. A three-week trip to Cuba in 1960 opened her eyes to the vast gulf between Cuban reality and the Cuba portrayed in the U.S. media; she saw too that Cubans wished to be free of United States intervention. These revelations led her to attend a sixteen-day training program in nonviolent methods run by The Peacemakers in New London, Connecticut, in August 1960. There she met a number of Committee for Nonviolent Action (CNVA) activists who were protesting the Polaris submarine. Among such people, and in their movements, she finally found a sense of community and meaning.

That same year, 1960, Deming wrote her first journalistic essays, based on her experiences in Cuba; one was published in The Nation. She became active in the national and New England Committee for Nonviolent Actions and the War Resisters League (WRL). She began taking part in nonviolent actions against nuclear weapons testing and for unilateral disarmament. Her ability to analyze literature and film and their social and historical context had been evident in her reviews and other work. She now used this talent to write essays about current events. These writings were published much more rapidly than her earlier pieces, appearing in such magazines as The Nation, The Catholic Worker, CNVA Bulletin, Liberation (for which she was an editor, 1962-69), and WIN.

Because there does not yet exist a chronicle of Deming's life as an activist for peace and civil rights in the 1960s, the following information is provided in some detail to help make sense of these papers. In May 1961 Deming spent a week participating in protests in Pennsylvania and Maryland. In October she briefly joined, and wrote articles about, the San Francisco to Moscow Walk for Peace. In late 1961 she attended a conference near Beirut, Lebanon, to establish a World Peace Brigade for Nonviolent Action. The first of Deming's many experiences in prison came in March 1962, after a sit-in against nuclear testing in New York City, when she spent time (probably a day) in the Women's Detention Center. Later that year she participated in a Nashville to Washington, D.C., Walk for Peace, which, upon Committee for Nonviolent Action's decision to integrate it, turned into an interracial walk for peace.

Deming was involved in Women Strike for Peace, and attended its hearings before the United States House Committee on Un-American Activities (HUAC) in April 1963. In May, she was in the South, arranging accommodations for the Quebec-Washington-Guantanamo Walk for Peace (QWGWP), when lone integration walker William Moore was shot to death. She went to Birmingham to join the demonstrations led by Martin Luther King, Jr., and was jailed there. In October she joined the Quebec-Washington-Guantanamo Walk for Peace; since it was integrated, this walk was also a civil rights march once it reached the South. Deming was arrested for handing out leaflets in Macon, Georgia, in November. On January 27, 1964, Deming, Yvonne Klein, Mary Suzuki, Kit Havice, Ray Robinson, and others were arrested and imprisoned; Deming left the walk after she was released on February 22. After she recuperated from the rigors of jail, she began to write what became Prison Notes (1966).

Although she continued to be concerned about civil rights, in 1966 Deming's focus shifted to the war in Vietnam. That spring, she, A.J. Muste, Brad Lyttle, and others went to Saigon, seat of the U.S.-supported South Vietnamese government, to stage a protest. They were expelled from the country. At the end of the year, she went with three other American women to North Vietnam to meet Ho Chi Minh and members of the National Liberation Front, and to tour areas devastated by United States forces. When she spoke against the war, she made a point of criticizing "our" rather than "the U.S." government.

In October 1967 Deming took part in a demonstration at the Pentagon, where she was one of many arrested but was not sent to jail. For three weeks during the summer of 1968, Deming lived in the Poor People's Campaign's Resurrection City, organized by the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. That October she went to Baltimore to support the "Catonsville Nine," on trial for burning selective service records.

By 1968, Deming was having some difficulties in the relationships among Deming, Mary Meigs, and artist Marie-Claire Blais. She renewed her acquaintance with Jane Gapen (Watrous) Verlaine, a fellow Bennington graduate, painter, and writer. They began to fall in love and Deming moved to North Carolina to be with Verlaine. An ugly custody battle erupted between Verlaine and her ex-husband Oscar, who vehemently disapproved of Verlaine's new relationship. In 1969 Deming and Verlaine, and eventually the children, moved to Monticello, New York.

In October 1971, on the way to the National Conference of the War Resisters League in Athens, Georgia, Deming was in a serious automobile accident. As a result she spent eight months in a body cast. She never fully recovered and henceforth pursued her activism, which continued to be publicly political, through her writing.

In the early 1970s, Deming developed a radical feminist consciousness. Although she refused to repudiate men or become a separatist, she saw "sexism [as] the root of imperialism" and therefore the "fundamental political struggle" (Ms.; see #5). Eradicating sexism, she believed, would not only end wars but also free men and women alike. She and Verlaine helped organize a branch of Women Against Violence Against Women in Monticello. Deming came out publicly as a lesbian, and began to write about women's and lesbian issues in left-wing and feminist publications (including Sinister Wisdom and Quest). She never lost her interest in nonviolent tactics, however, and urged feminists to use them. In 1976, Deming and Verlaine moved to Sugarloaf Key, Florida, for Deming's health, and helped build a feminist community comprised of several households. After she received an inheritance (perhaps from a paternal aunt) in the late 1970s, Deming founded Money for Women, which provided grants and loans to feminist projects in arts and education. After Deming's death it was renamed the Money for Women/Barbara Deming Memorial Fund.

In 1983 Deming joined the last part of the Feminist Walk of the New York City Women's Pentagon Action, organized by the Women's Encampment for a Future of Peace and Justice (Romulus, New York); with other women who revealed their names only as "Jane Doe" she served her final jail sentence. Early in 1984, Deming was diagnosed with ovarian cancer. After several attempts at treatment, including conventional and holistic medicine, and friends' circles, spells, and incantations, Deming realized that she was soon to die. Rather than "die discreetly," she spent two weeks putting her affairs in order, calling friends and family, and "dancing toward death." She died at home on Sugarloaf Key on August 2, 1984.

For a discussion of Deming's literary style and philosophy, see the introduction to We Are All Part of One Another: A Barbara Deming Reader. For Deming's reflections on her life's work and thought, see the interviews with her, #4-8, 11at-14, which were published in Ms., Kalliope, and Feminary; the last was reprinted in Pam McAllister's Reweaving the Web of Life: Feminism and Nonviolence, Philadelphia: New Society, 1982. For Deming and Jane Verlaine's discussion of being gay before the Stonewall riots (1969), see the film Silent Pioneers. For Mary Meigs' account of their life together, see Lily Briscoe: A Self Portrait. For a recording of "Living Her Life: Homage to Barbara Deming, Activist," the tribute to Deming held at the Schlesinger Library in October 1990, request audiotape T-196. There is also an oral history with Deming regarding her theater work in the Mercury Theatre/Theatre Union Project at Columbia University's Oral History Research Office.
BOOKS BY BARBARA DEMING
  1. Prison Notes. New York: Grossman Publishers, 1966.
  2. Running Away from Myself: A Dream Portrait of America Drawn from the Films of the Forties. New York: Grossman Publishers, 1969.
  3. Revolution and Equilibrium. New York: Grossman Publishers, 1971.
  4. Wash Us and Comb Us: Stories by Barbara Deming. New York: Grossman Publishers, 1972. Drawings by Jane Watrous.
  5. We Cannot Live Without Our Lives. New York: Grossman Publishers, 1974.
  6. Remembering Who We Are: Barbara Deming in Dialogue with Gwenda Blair, Kathy Brown, Arthur Kinoy, Bradford Lyttle, Susan Sherman, Leah Fritz, Susan Saxe. No place: Pagoda Publications, 1981. Cover by Jane Gapen.
  7. We Are All Part of One Another: A Barbara Deming Reader, edited by Jane Meyerding with a foreword by Barbara Smith. Philadelphia: New Society Publishers, 1984.
  8. Prisons That Could Not Hold: Prison Notes 1964 - Seneca 1984. San Francisco: Spinsters Ink, 1985. Includes reprint of Prison Notes. Also republished with additional material by University of Georgia Press, 1995.
  9. A Humming Under My Feet: A Book of Travail. London: Women's Press, Ltd., 1985. Drawings by Jane Gapen.

ARRANGEMENT

The collection is arranged in six series:
  1. I. Biographical
  2. II. Alphabetical correspondence
  3. III. Chronological correspondence
  4. IV. Writings
  5. ___A. For schools/courses (#959-69)
  6. ___B. Poems (#970-1046)
  7. ___C. Specific pieces and projects (#1047-1107)
  8. ___D. Film (#1108-50)
  9. ___E. Books (#1151-1291)
  10. ___F. Journals and notes (#1292-1394)
  11. V. Writings by others
  12. VI. Addenda received between July 2000 and February 2014

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Accession numbers: 88-M152, 88-M173, 89-M58, 90-53, 91-M66, 2000-M115, 2009-M247, 2014-M19, 2016-M37

The papers of Barbara Deming were given to the Schlesinger Library between October 1988 and December 2009 by her literary executor, Judith McDaniel, in April 1991 by Mary Meigs, in February 2014 by Sky Vanderlinde, and in February 2016 by Beth Dingman. Those accessions given in July 2000, December 2009, February 2014 and February 2016 (2000-M115, 2009-M247, 2014-M19, 2016-M37) were added to the collection in February 2014 and February 2016 and are represented in Series VI, and in #258a..

CONTAINER LIST

  1. Box 1: Folders 1-10, 12, 14-16
  2. Box 2: Folders 17-26
  3. Box 3: Folders 27-37
  4. Box 4: Folders 38-49
  5. Box 5: Folders 50-63
  6. Box 6: Folders 70-79, 81-87
  7. Box 7: Folders 88-108
  8. Box 8: Folders 109-129
  9. Box 9: Folders 130, 132-152
  10. Box 10: Folders 153-173, 175-176
  11. Box 11: Folders 177-178, 180-200
  12. Box 12: Folders 201, 203-217
  13. Box 13: Folders 218-239
  14. Box 14: Folders 240-248, 250-262
  15. Box 15: Folders 263-285
  16. Box 16: Folders 286-302
  17. Box 17: Folders 303-325
  18. Box 18: Folders 326-330, 332-335, 337-339, 341, 343-345
  19. Box 19: Folders 346-367
  20. Box 20: Folders 368-384
  21. Box 21: Folders 385-398, 400-406
  22. Box 22: Folders 407, 409-432, 434-435
  23. Box 23: Folders 436-445, 447-458
  24. Box 24: Folders 459, 461-479
  25. Box 25: Folders 480-500, 502-506
  26. Box 26: Folders 507-517, 519-524
  27. Box 27: Folders 525-529, 531-546
  28. Box 28: Folders 547-569
  29. Box 29: Folders 570-589, 591-595
  30. Box 30: Folders 596-613
  31. Box 31: Folders 614-618, 620-632
  32. Box 32: Folders 633-635, 637-648, 650
  33. Box 33: Folders 651-670
  34. Box 34: Folders 671-691
  35. Box 35: Folders 692-709
  36. Box 36: Folders 710-716, 718-721, 724-730
  37. Box 37: Folders 731-742
  38. Box 38: Folders 743-754, 756-758
  39. Box 39: Folders 759-774
  40. Box 40: Folders 775-791
  41. Box 41: Folders 792-801, 803-805
  42. Box 42: Folders 806-813, 815-817
  43. Box 43: Folders 818-827
  44. Box 44: Folders 828-842
  45. Box 45: Folders 843-848, 850-857
  46. Box 46: Folders 858-869
  47. Box 47: Folders 870-882
  48. Box 48: Folders 883-901
  49. Box 49: Folders 902-912
  50. Box 50: Folders 921-933, 935, 938
  51. Box 51: Folders 940-949, 952-955, 959-962
  52. Box 52: Folders 963-984
  53. Box 53: Folders 985-1014
  54. Box 54: Folders 1015-1049
  55. Box 55: Folders 1050-1078
  56. Box 56: Folders 1079-1093
  57. Box 57: Folders 1094-1098, 1100-1114
  58. Box 58: Folders 1116-1130
  59. Box 59: Folders 1131-1152
  60. Box 60: Folders 1153-1168
  61. Box 61: Folders 1169-1188
  62. Box 62: Folders 1189-1203
  63. Box 63: Folders 1204-1223
  64. Box 64: Folders 1224-1229, 1231-1235, 1237-1248
  65. Box 65: Folders 1249-1263
  66. Box 66: Folders 1264-1280
  67. Box 67: Folders 1281-1291
  68. Box 68: Folders 1299-1318
  69. Box 69: Folders 1319-1323, 1325,-1340
  70. Box 70: Folders 1341-1364
  71. Box 71: Folders 1365-1385
  72. Box 72: Folders 1386-1394, 1396-1404
  73. Box 73: Folders 1405-1416
  74. Box 74: Folders 1417-1421, 80m, 446m, 755m, 814m, 913m, 936m-937m, 939m, 950m
  75. Box 75: Folders 1428-1446
  76. Box 76: Folders 1447-1454
  77. Box 77: Folders 1455-1470
  78. Box 78: Folders 1471-1482
  79. Box 79: Folders 1483-1494
  80. Box 80: Folders 1495-1502
  81. Box 81: Folders 1503-1508
INDEX OF SELECTED CORRESPONDENTS This is primarily an index of writers of letters and other items sent to Deming; it includes recipients only for letters written by Deming. Printed and near-print material sent to Deming is indexed as correspondence. Information about persons and subjects is not indexed. The index is the product of work done by many people over many years and should not be seen as definitive or comprehensive.

Key:
INDEX OF SELECTED CORRESPONDENTS
  1. No symbol = Writer
  2. ' = Recipient (Deming is writer)
  3. * = Writer and recipient (from Deming)
INDEX OF SELECTED CORRESPONDENTS The numbers refer to file units.

For correspondents with common names (e.g., Grace or Mary) who sometimes did not sign their complete names, the index, by indicating the folders in which there are fully identified letters, points to the portions of series in which they are likely to appear. If Deming kept correspondence with more than one person (e.g. spouses) in one folder, they generally appear in the index jointly. An organization's name is included in the index if its letterhead was used, a glance indicated that a letter was written in the course of the organization's business, or there is material issued by the organization. Substantive (and legible) notes Deming took during telephone conversations are included in the index as if they were letters from the person.

Although this is a name index and does not include information about the person or organization, it can be useful for topical research if one knows the names of people and organizations involved in a given subject: e.g., for information about the civil rights movement, see Ray Robinson or the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee.
INDEX OF SELECTED CORRESPONDENTS
  1. A.J. Muste Memorial Institute 439*, 838, 844, 896*, 904, 1104*
  2. Aberle, Kathleen Gough 808, 1396
  3. Abzug, Bella S. 688', 689', 691', 696', 813, 822
  4. Affirmations 855
  5. Aid to Incarcerated Mothers 924
  6. Alabama Christian Movement for Human Rights 765', 767'
  7. Albany Project 85*, 86, 87, 774, 768
  8. Albert, Maggie (Marilyn) 800, 804-805, 811
  9. Albrecht, John (Jay) 758*
  10. Alford, Elizabeth 92*, 636f+, 784, 787, 792, 800, 803, 806-807, 808*, 809, 817, 819-825, 827, 830', 834, 836*, 838*, 839-840, 841', 843, 844*, 845, 846', 847*-848*, 850-852, 853*, 854-860, 861', 862, 863*, 864-868, 869*, 870-871, 872*, 873, 874*, 875-877, 879*-880*, 883, 887, 894, 900-901, 904-908, 918-919, 921-922, 931, 933, 940, 942-944, 946, 954, 1049
  11. Alford: Emily (Emmie Sweetser), Newell 88*-92*, 131, 636f+, 731, 734, 736, 739*, 741, 742, 746*, 747, 751-753, 757, 768, 773, 779, 781, 783-784, 787, 791-792, 794, 796, 800, 810, 818, 860, 876, 919, 933, 938, 946, 1321*
  12. Alfred A. Knopf, Inc. 764
  13. Alice James books 838', 848, 860, 922, 924, 925
  14. Allees, Catherine 874*
  15. Alonzo, Anne-Marie 876
  16. Alpert, Jane 93, 94', 95*-96*, 1089', 1090', 1169', 1170'
  17. Alsup, Citti 799, 808-809, 815, 823'
  18. Alyson Publications 910*-911*, 916
  19. Amazon Expedition 839*
  20. Amazon Outrage 872
  21. Amazon Quarterly 835*, 859', 868
  22. Ambitious Amazons 881', 909, 954
  23. American Civil Liberties Union 783
  24. American Friends Service Committee (see also Canadian Friends Service Committee) 753, 756', 758*-759*, 762, 765, 768, 771, 773, 777*, 782, 785', 793*, 795, 796*, 807, 840', 844*, 855
  25. American Friends Service Committee. Connecticut. 855, 883
  26. American Friends Service Committee. Middle Atlantic Regional Office. 797*
  27. American Friends Service Committee. New England. 703, 796, 804, 827, 828, 836, 847, 850, 855
  28. American Friends Service Committee. Northeast Ohio. 920
  29. American Friends Service Committee. Providence (RI). 884
  30. American Indian Press Association 851
  31. American Society of Journalists and Authors, Inc. 81, 82, 874*, 885, 1447
  32. Anderson, Ross T. 97*, 758, 774*
  33. Arcus, Flynn 98*, 930, 933, 946
  34. Arizona Quarterly 1144
  35. Armstrong, Arthur 807
  36. Arnn: Agathe, Barbara, Mary, Homer, Gary 99*, 131, 731*, 733, 738, 741, 750, 752, 754, 768, 771, 781, 791, 807', 809-810, 812, 815-817, 825, 830-831, 833', 836, 838, 846*, 868, 869', 872, 874', 875, 877, 880, 882', 907
  37. Arnold: Edith (Edie Snyder), Car l 85, 100*, 764-765, 767, 785, 793-794, 797-798, 1152
  38. Arnold, Maris 924
  39. Artists Equity Association of the New York Area 821
  40. Association of Women Writers 793
  41. Astraea Foundation 915
  42. At the Foot of the Mountain 927, 957f+
  43. Atkin, Barrie 871
  44. Atkinson, Ti-Grace 101*, 1090'
  45. Atlantic Monthly 745, 749*
  46. Aunt Lute Book Company 942, 1278*
  47. Author's Guild 859, 859
  48. Averill, Peg 102*, 843-845, 846', 861*
  49. Backiel, Linda. See Sassafras.
  50. Baez, Joan 103*, 807, 884', 1084', 1171'-1172'
  51. Baker, Gail 104*
  52. Balderston, Daniel E. 105*, 806*, 809-812, 815, 817-818, 827, 834, 836, 868
  53. Ballantine Books 1000*
  54. Barnstone, Willis 106*, 733-734, 735*, 739-740, 743, 745, 752, 762-763, 780
  55. Baumgarten, Bernice 736
  56. Beacon Press 877, 1188
  57. Beaman, Mary 880, 883, 924
  58. Beck, Julian 761, 765*
  59. Becker, Norma 107*, 397, 783, 800, 810, 821, 822, 877, 935, 1104'-1105', 1447
  60. Bell, Olin 774*
  61. Bellessi, Diana 108*-111*, 131, 260, 850, 852, 853', 865, 1397
  62. Bentley: Eric, Joanne 112*, 733, 735, 738-739, 742, 744, 750, 753, 763', 769, 783, 827, 844, 883, 894, 902, 1049, 1159
  63. Bergman, George M. 837
  64. Bernadette Powell Defense Fund 887
  65. Bernikow, Louise 113*, 818
  66. Berrigan, Dan 114*
  67. Bevan, Quinn 598, 926, 942
  68. Bick, Barbara 115*, 791', 834, 875, 887, 904, 955', 1159
  69. Bickford, Sue 870
  70. Bird, Melinda 116*
  71. Biren, Joan E. See JEB.
  72. Bissinger, Karl 117*, 355', 693, 785, 810, 824, 834, 851, 856*-857*, 874, 1098*
  73. Blair, Gwenda Linda 1176*, 1185*, 1189', 1206'
  74. Blais, Marie-Claire 118*, 119, 120*, 413*, 415'-418', 523, 764, 772, 778, 783, 787, 788, 824', 833', 875, 902-903, 938, 1447, 1449
  75. Bloch, Ruth 121*
  76. Blom: Gertrude (Trude) Duby, Frans Ferdinand, Vera 122*, 131, 501, 735, 739*, 740, 742-743, 750, 766, 777, 791, 1308
  77. Bobbs-Merrill Co. 791, 793, 840
  78. Boesing, Martha 1398
  79. Bollingen Foundation 1148*
  80. Booth, Winifred 812
  81. Bosco, Monique 124*
  82. Boston Committee for Non-Violent Action 796
  83. Boucher, Sandy 125*
  84. Boulding, Kenneth 123
  85. Boyd, Blanche 857'
  86. Boyle, Kay 126, 1159
  87. Braden, Anne 747', 748, 753, 760, 790', 793
  88. Brady, Maureen 127*, 919, 935
  89. Brandeis, Irma 128, 129*-130*, 131f, 728, 731-733, 734*, 737-742, 743*, 746, 747*, 748, 750, 752-754, 757, 764*, 768, 770, 772*, 778, 781-782, 784, 787, 792-793, 796-797, 799-800, 803*, 809-811, 813, 815-816, 823, 831, 833', 840, 851, 853, 855*, 862, 867, 869, 893, 897', 900', 906, 912, 929, 931, 935, 946, 1049, 1162
  90. Brandon, Lynne 1217*
  91. Brandt and Brandt 736, 740, 824', 827
  92. Brann, Anne 795
  93. Bread and Roses 880
  94. Breuer, Bessie. See Poor, Bessie Breuer.
  95. Bridgman, David Gordon 759-760
  96. Bristol, Jim (James E.) 773
  97. Brittain, Vera 773
  98. Broadside Communications Ltd. 886
  99. Bromley, Ernest 761', 762*, 763
  100. Bromley, Marion 766*, 811
  101. Broomstick 904
  102. Brown, Dave 803'
  103. Brown, Kathy 1176*, 1185*, 1189', 1206'
  104. Brown, Marian W. 743, 815, 822
  105. Brown, Rita Mae 132*-133*, 693, 833', 850, 852, 854*, 860, 865, 875'
  106. Brown, Sayrah (Sarah) 134, 743, 756-758, 763-764, 768-769, 772, 783, 789, 793, 797*, 805, 808, 825, 834, 850, 861*, 862, 870, 875*, 885, 899, 903, 929
  107. Brown, Sharon and Jo Ann Wolf 924, 1447
  108. Brownmiller, Susan 682', 689*, 881'
  109. Brysky, Clemens G. 135*, 785*, 786, 801, 818
  110. Buber, Martin 136'
  111. Buckman, Gertrude 745-746, 762, 781
  112. Bulkin, Elly 897'
  113. Burger, Rachel 852, 857
  114. Burgess, Mary Steele 786
  115. Burritt, Mary. See Christiansen, Gordon.
  116. Burritt: Mr. and Mrs. (Amama) William Nelson 137*-139*, 218, 724*, 725'-726', 1228', 1242'
  117. Cahn, Liane 766*, 767, 871
  118. Cakars, Maris 140*, 174, 673, 778', 791, 841', 852, 880'
  119. Cakars, Susan Kent 672
  120. Camden Defense Committee 825
  121. Campbell, Skye 893, 902
  122. Canadian Friends Service Committee 793*, 798-799
  123. Cantine, Holley R. 748, 750, 754, 756*, 1071
  124. Capote, Truman 141*, 174, 747-748
  125. Carter, Jimmy 882'
  126. Carter, Rosalynn 880'-881'
  127. Castillo, Sara 884
  128. Catholic Peace Fellowship 818, 826
  129. The Catholic Worker 785, 825, 853*, 855, 858, 860, 1020, 1066
  130. Causse, Michele 142*
  131. Chano, Hezen 778-779, 781
  132. Cheney, Joyce 919, 922
  133. Chernin, Kim 305'
  134. Chesler, Phyllis 143*, 904, 919, 940, 1186'
  135. Child, Dorothy 144*
  136. Chiles, Lawton 470
  137. Chillingworth, Phyllis 145*
  138. Chimera 988*, 989, 1140
  139. Chomsky, Noam 146, 707', 798', 824
  140. Christiansen: Gordon Secrist, Mary Burritt 123, 153, 769, 781
  141. Chrysalis 442*, 872, 879, 882'
  142. Circle of Support for Jane Alpert 93, 96', 864
  143. Citizens for Participation in Politication Action (Mass.). See Political Action for Peace.
  144. Citizens' Committee of Correspondence 777
  145. City Lights Booksellers and Publishers 749*
  146. Civil Defense Protest Committee 757
  147. Clark, Eleanor. See Warren, Robert Penn.
  148. Clement, Carol 147*, 871, 889
  149. Cleveland Area Peace Action Committee 798
  150. Cliff, Michelle 539*, 938
  151. Coffin, Lynne Shatzkin 824*
  152. Coffin, William Sloane 767*
  153. Cohen, Jan 916
  154. Coleman, Mary 148*
  155. Collins, Marjory 149*, 764, 767*, 773*, 933, 938, 1447
  156. Committee for Nonviolent Action (see also Boston CNVA and New England CNVA) 2, 123, 150*-151*, 152, 153*, 154, 378, 459, 472, 746', 751, 752, 760', 761*, 763, 774*, 778', 779, 782, 1060-1061
  157. Committee for Nonviolent Action - West 2, 155, 764
  158. Committee for the Protection of Children from Nuclear Fallout 759
  159. Committee of Correspondence 1061
  160. Committee of Women Poets for Equal Time and Space 839*
  161. Committee on New Alternatives in the Middle East 809*, 826
  162. Community Church of Boston 838, 859
  163. Community for Nonviolent Action (Volvatown, CT) 704, 826, 847, 855
  164. Congress of Racial Equality 123, 618, 761*, 763-764
  165. Connolly, Jack. See Grier, Barbara.
  166. Continental Walk for Disarmament and Social Justice 858-860, 863, 868-869
  167. Conway, Mimi 158*
  168. Cooper?, Allen 842', 864
  169. Corrinne, Tee A. 302*
  170. Cosgrave, Sandy 935
  171. Coss, Clare 1399
  172. Costello, Tom 808*, 809
  173. Council for Cultural Relations, India 798
  174. Courtot, Martha 889
  175. Cousins, Dorothy (Dort) (McWilliams) 159*, 174, 745, 750-751, 756, 763, 765, 778, 781, 796, 817, 823, 830, 838, 840, 854, 860, 866, 869, 873, 879, 880', 895', 900', 901, 924
  176. Cox, Nicole 848*
  177. Crawford, Miriam 160, 174, 791
  178. Crone's Nest Project 156*-157*, 930, 932, 949
  179. Crossing Press 942, 946, 952
  180. Crowell, David 879, 901
  181. Crowell, Joan 862, 880, 901
  182. Cruikshank, Peg (Margaret) 157, 161*, 897', 904*, 905, 906, 907, 918-920, 922, 931-932, 941-942, 944, 1447
  183. Cumbee, Judy 871
  184. Cummings: Marion Morehouse, e.e. 162, 174, 729*, 731, 738, 743, 752-753, 762', 792, 799
  185. Daly, Mary 94', 163*, 636f+, 852
  186. Daniels, Marta 855, 883
  187. Darrin, David 757, 758*
  188. Davidon: Ann Morrissett and William 164*, 780, 815, 824*, 828*, 830-831, 852*, 860, 862
  189. Davidov, Marv 165*, 777, 786, 795, 799, 809, 830', 833', 844, 890
  190. Davies, Diana 166*-167*, 174, 636f+, 692, 696, 812, 828-830, 832, 848, 905-907, 942, 946, 948, 1220
  191. Davis, Hal 168*, 907, 911*, 918, 932, 940
  192. Day, Dorothy 4', 169', 765', 767', 777
  193. d'Celio, Nicola 170, 862-864
  194. de Angelo, Ximena 171, 1148
  195. Dear, Ruth 421, 767*, 768, 771, 775, 777, 804, 812, 893, 1071
  196. DeBernardo: Rose, Ellen 889, 908
  197. Defense Committee of Rochester Women Against Violence Against Women 877
  198. de Gamez, Tana 899-902, 929
  199. Dellinger: Dave, Betty 68, 151, 173*, 174, 175*, 636f+, 671*, 673', 682', 707', 745, 747', 756', 760', 761*, 766, 773'-774', 778', 780, 784, 790, 791', 792, 810, 818, 841', 845', 848', 850-851, 853, 859*, 861*, 862, 863', 940
  200. Demarest, Vittoria 825
  201. Demers, Joanne 845
  202. Deming, Agathe 1428
  203. Deming, Angus ("Bim") 176*-178*, 179, 180*-181*, 726, 734', 737, 740, 769, 775, 813, 816, 875, 923, 1228', 1236, 1242', 1447
  204. Deming, Constance 1429, 1434
  205. Deming, Eleanor 182*, 728, 730-732, 734-735, 738, 740-743, 746, 748, 750, 752', 753, 1432, 1459
  206. Deming, Guy S. and Elinor 735, 740, 754, 759, 762, 794*, 805, 821, 822', 838, 850, 872', 874, 878', 1433, 1459'
  207. Deming, Harold S. 183*-184*, 193, 202, 245', 724, 726-727, 1228', 1242', 1246', 1308', 1434, 1449
  208. Deming, Horace and Caroline 1435
  209. Deming, Katherine (Burritt) 4*, 43, 77', 185-194, 195*-197*, 198', 199*-201*, 202, 203*-205*, 206-212, 213*, 214, 215*-217*, 218, 245', 544, 724', 730, 731*, 733-735, 738, 740-743, 746-748, 750-753, 757, 759-760, 770-774, 781, 783, 785*, 789, 792-794, 799-800, 805-806, 808, 810-811, 813, 817, 822, 824, 827'-829', 831*, 832, 833', 836-837, 844, 858, 862, 866, 867*, 868, 869', 870, 872-874, 880, 887', 892*, 893-894, 898', 902', 903, 909'-910', 1228', 1242', 1246', 1308', 1337*
  210. Deming, Mac Donald 220*, 724-726, 728, 733, 803, 822'
  211. Deming, Madou 221*-224*, 731', 734', 741', 742-743, 753, 758*, 824', 830', 841, 842', 846', 864, 871', 900, 906, 909'
  212. Deming, Marco (Mark K.?) 222*-224*, 225, 741, 756, 758, 780, 785'
  213. Deming, Merry 226*, 739
  214. Deming, Quentin (Chip) 77', 227-230, 231*-234*, 248*, 249, 724*, 731', 732-733, 739, 741, 743, 748', 868', 877', 895, 903', 910', 919, 933', 1049, 1228'
  215. Deming, Vida (Ginsberg) 77', 234*, 235*-248*, 249, 250*-251*, 252', 253*, 415, 421, 517, 636f+, 722f, 730', 731*, 732', 733, 739, 741, 746, 748, 752, 760, 770, 785, 797-799, 806', 825, 829-830, 840, 842', 858', 866, 868*, 875, 877, 879, 880*, 884, 900, 903, 906, 908, 910*, 931, 944, 1015', 1049, 1330'
  216. Dengel, June Duzey? 255*
  217. de Rousse, Mart 172*
  218. Desai, Narayan 787, 817
  219. Desy, Pierrette 44, 256*, 876
  220. Deurs, Kady. See Van Deurs, Kady.
  221. Di Gia: Karen, Ralph 257*, 440*, 791*, 797, 844*, 858', 860, 911
  222. Dilts, Adda 765, 771-772, 775, 812
  223. Dingman, Beth 258*, 258a*, 836, 844
  224. Dobkin, Alix 877
  225. Dodge, Rick 785*
  226. Domestic Abuse Shelter, Inc. 82, 904, 919p
  227. Dorcy, Sheilah 77', 443, 444', 584*, 945
  228. Dorst, Nancy 848*
  229. Doucet, Rita 804
  230. Dougherty, Ariel 905
  231. Dowlin, John 858
  232. Downey, Alvira 753-754
  233. Dreamdigger, Ruth 928*, 1448
  234. Duncan, Ronald 727
  235. Dunne, John 766, 767*
  236. Dworkin, Andrea 40', 260*-262*, 671-673, 692, 697', 709, 850, 853-854, 855', 858'-859', 860, 862, 864-865, 880', 902, 920, 1088'
  237. Eames, Julie 263*-264*, 859, 862*, 863, 888
  238. Eberhardt, Dave 265*, 798*
  239. Edgcomb, Gabrielle Simon 815, 858-859
  240. Edmundson, Rozzie 824
  241. Eglin, Josephine 889*, 902
  242. Elmer, Jerry 793-795, 798, 810, 884*, 886', 1364
  243. Enzer, Erica 266*
  244. Episcopal Peace Fellowship 791*
  245. Epstein, Barbara 831, 873
  246. Ernest, Dwight Allen 267*, 1098*
  247. Evans: Hermene, Joe 268*
  248. Evans, Luther H. 1147
  249. Fair Play for Cuba 747, 756
  250. Farley, Pamella ("Tucker") 269*, 636f+, 1448*
  251. Farrell, James T. 270*
  252. Farren, Pat 897', 906, 912*, 920, 955'
  253. Fascell, Dante B. 902
  254. Federici, Silvia 845'
  255. Fellowship 672, 774'
  256. Fellowship of Reconciliation 85, 748, 751, 761, 762', 778, 793, 795-796, 806, 817, 826, 827*, 829, 864-866, 868', 947
  257. Femia, Frank 271*, 795*, 796', 815
  258. Feminary 7*-8*, 882*, 891', 899, 904
  259. Feminism and Non-Violence 900
  260. The Feminist Press 868, 869', 1186*
  261. Feminist Writers' Guild (U.S.) 272, 874*, 880, 887, 899, 907, 922
  262. Feminists vs. Militarism 893
  263. Fergusson, Francis 273, 727, 742
  264. Ferry, W.H. 274*, 758
  265. Field, Rita L. 855, 858
  266. Fifth Avenue Vietnam Peace Parade Committee 783
  267. Finch, Margaret Rockwell 905*
  268. Finger Lakes Peace Alliance 930
  269. Fisher, Elizabeth 275*
  270. Fitzpatrick, Mickey 885'
  271. Fix, Alice 3, 852*
  272. Florida Abortion Rights Action League 884
  273. Forest: Jim, Linda 277*, 636f+, 672, 769, 779, 807, 808*, 868
  274. Fort Detrick Vigil 278-279, 760
  275. Fowlie, Wallace 988, 1148*
  276. Fox, Roberta 908
  277. Frankel, Mortimer 766*, 767
  278. Frankenberg, Lloyd 280*
  279. Fredericks, Claude 773*
  280. Free Lorenzo Komboa Ervin Committee 876
  281. Freedom and Peace Party of New York 795
  282. Freedom, Elana. See Mikels, Elana.
  283. Freestone Publishing Co. 855
  284. Friede, Donald 281, 331
  285. Friends of the Filipino People 841-842
  286. Friends of Hiroshima and Nagasaki 853
  287. Friendshipment 869
  288. Fries, Charlotte 282*, 331
  289. Fritz, Leah 4*-5*, 77', 95*, 273, 283*-289*, 437*-440*, 441-442, 671-673, 681, 682', 688', 690, 692, 697'-698', 709*, 847', 850, 853, 855*, 864-865, 872, 890*, 892-893, 895', 896, 900*, 902-904, 906, 909', 916, 924, 929, 940, 1173, 1180', 1181, 1192, 1200, 1203*, 1206*, 1207', 1400, 1400
  290. Frog in the Well (press) 74, 83, 887, 1189*-1192*
  291. Fuller, Thomas 290, 797, 804*
  292. The Furies 822'
  293. Furman, Wallace 783
  294. Gage-Colby, Ruth 767
  295. Gallagher, Janet 291*, 810, 851
  296. Gardner, Kay 39', 440, 899, 948
  297. Gay Community News 880, 882*, 892
  298. Geddes, Maggie 292*
  299. Geiger, Nicola 851
  300. Gendler, Mary 832'
  301. Gilliatt, Penelope 1082
  302. Gilpin, Richard (Dick) 293*, 780-782, 815
  303. Ginsburg, Tania 743*, 747
  304. Gitlin, Irving 784
  305. Gitlin, Todd 832, 833'
  306. Goldman, Harry 894, 896, 897'
  307. Gonski, Ann 869
  308. Goodman, Denise Levertov 818*, 821, 824, 871, 1082
  309. Goodman, Gerre 1401
  310. Goodman, Mitchell 799
  311. Goodman, Paul 295*, 296', 816
  312. Gordon, Jesse 791*
  313. Gordon, Rebecca 943
  314. Gore, Robert Brookings 123, 761*, 764
  315. Gotlieb, Edward P. 807, 816
  316. Gottlieb, Saul 751
  317. Gough, Kathleen. See Aberle, Katheleen.
  318. Grajewski, Julian 297*, 298, 827, 853
  319. Grajewski, Stanley 299*-300*, 658, 800, 869, 875, 899
  320. Grajewski, Stash 906
  321. Grand Jury Project 862, 869*
  322. Grass Roots 859'
  323. Great Neck Students for Peace in Vietnam (NY) 793-795
  324. Greenwich Village Peace Committee 758*, 764
  325. Grier, Barbara 301*-303*, 304, 906, 914', 952, 1274'
  326. Griffin, Susan 149, 305*
  327. Grosberg, Carol (Kali) 306*-307*, 308*, 829, 831, 850, 852*, 856, 866
  328. Grossman, Dick 828', 855', 856
  329. Grossman Publishers 83, 777', 785', 794', 855', 856-857, 1159, 1169', 1174*, 1185', 1186*
  330. Gwenwald, Morgan 914
  331. Gynaceum 838
  332. Hagan, Roger 754*, 763
  333. Hagan, Sandy 309
  334. Hall, Emma (Swan) 624*, 729, 733-734, 739, 746, 763
  335. Hamilton, Mary 310
  336. Hansen, Ronda 311*
  337. Hapworth, John 782
  338. Harding: Vincent G., Rosemarie Freeney 312*, 787, 791
  339. Hardman, Kay 766
  340. Hardy, Helen L. 313*
  341. Harvey, Arthur 150, 759, 760*
  342. Hatch, Bob 748*, 797'
  343. Hatch, Margaret L.D. 779, 817
  344. Havelis, Jim 794*
  345. Havice, Doris 861
  346. Havice, Kit (Harriet Katherine) 86-87, 315*
  347. Hawley, Beatrice (Bibi) 314*, 331, 852, 857, 860, 864-865, 873, 909, 919, 922, 925, 1447
  348. Haworth, Neil 150-152, 153*, 473
  349. Hayashi, Sally 757*, 758, 759*
  350. Hayden, Tom 254, 316*, 707'
  351. Hayes, Jim 798*
  352. Hazel, Perry 317*
  353. Hebert, Jacques 785'
  354. Henry, Linda 854
  355. Hentoff, Nat 1159
  356. Henze, Laura 9*
  357. Heresies 867, 869, 874', 1021
  358. Herr, Ernestine (Thelma) 783
  359. Herrick, Scott 815
  360. Herron, Jeannine 767*, 771
  361. Hicks, Hugh 827
  362. Hilderley, Jeriann 108*, 318*, 850, 852*, 854, 856-857, 863, 866, 872, 873, 879', 941
  363. Hinke, C.J. 319*, 796
  364. Hirschberg, Eleanor 902
  365. Hirshkowitz, Barbara 924
  366. Hite, Shere 696', 709, 954
  367. Hodges, Beth 320*
  368. Hoffman/Sheedy Literary Agency 1186*
  369. Hoi Lien Hiep Phu N Viet Nam. See Union des Femmes Vietnamiennes.
  370. Holden, Anne 693
  371. Holloway, Raymond 321*
  372. Hook, Edith 854, 857
  373. Hopkins, Anne 834
  374. Horizon Press 736*
  375. Horowitz, David 1150'
  376. Hortenstine, Virgie 323*
  377. Houghton Mifflin 1146*
  378. House, David William 1402
  379. Houseman, John 1147
  380. Howe, Florence 787, 795, 797, 801
  381. Howes, Barbara 988*
  382. Hubbs, Jan 324*, 881'
  383. The Hudson Review 1000*, 1052*, 1144
  384. Hughes, Stuart. See Stuart Hughes for Senate Committee.
  385. Huizinga, Nina 477*, 1221, 1220*-1223*, 1278', 1445*, 1446*, 1456
  386. Huld, Judy 845
  387. Independent Research Group 806*
  388. Indo-China Curriculum Group 858
  389. Indochina Resource Center 277
  390. Inglis, Jean 832
  391. Institute for Community Economics 912
  392. Institute for New Communications 839*, 840-841, 848*, 850
  393. Institute for Policy Studies 787*, 874
  394. Institute for the Study of Nonviolence (Golden, CO) 800, 804
  395. Institute for the Study of Nonviolence (Palo Alto, CA) 854, 862-863, 958o
  396. International Conference of Peace Researchers and Peace Activists 853
  397. International Festival of Women Artists 442
  398. International Seminars on Training for Nonviolent Action 445, 883, 910
  399. Iowa City Women's Press 301, 303, 1440'
  400. JEB (Joan E. Biren) 6, 330*, 331, 923, 930, 932, 935, 938, 942, 947
  401. Jackson, Charles T. 586, 813, 817, 825, 833
  402. Jackson, David 756
  403. Jackson, Ella 770
  404. Jackson, Tyrone 325'
  405. James, Selma 326*, 827', 887
  406. Jane Doe 2 (Barbara White) 948
  407. Jane Doe Marian 935, 938, 942
  408. Javits, Jacob K. 824
  409. Jay, Karla 95*, 327*-329*, 443', 444*-445*, 672*, 673, 682', 692, 697', 852-853, 856*, 857, 858', 859, 860, 863, 875, 894, 905, 909', 915, 916, 923, 1220, 1502
  410. Jezer, Marty 332*, 830
  411. Johanna, Betty 333*, 334, 335*, 336, 337*, 904, 935, 942-943
  412. John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation 1147*
  413. Johnson, Eleanor 338*-339*, 340+, 341*, 342, 723o, 860, 914, 921
  414. Johnson, Irene 781
  415. Johnson, Nancy 77', 343*-345*, 441*, 1440*
  416. Johnson, Russell 794*, 795-796, 799, 828*
  417. Johnson, Sonia and Susan Hoffman (or Hollman) 346*-347*, 711, 714, 893, 897', 938, 942, 948-949
  418. Johnston, June 724*
  419. Jolly, Laura 898*, 903
  420. Kady. See Van Deurs, Kady.
  421. Kalliope 14*
  422. Kanaga, Consuelo. See Putnam, Wallace.
  423. Kantor, Martha Ryther 348*, 818
  424. Karlin, Patty 830
  425. Karp, Lila 349*, 831, 833, 851
  426. Kashuba, Marty 787, 790, 792*
  427. Katz, Neil 830, 842*, 861'
  428. Kaye, Bill 350, 729, 735
  429. Kelly, Mary F. 437*, 439-440, 929, 1489*, 1492', 1501*, 1502*
  430. Kelly: Nancy, Jack 351*, 732*, 734, 740, 742, 747, 757, 769, 791, 837, 900
  431. Kennedy, Anne 774'
  432. Kennedy, Edward M. 767*
  433. Kennedy, Florence 1380
  434. Kennedy, John F. 750', 767'
  435. Kennedy, Nattie 243*, 746, 780, 782, 791, 794, 804-806, 808*, 810, 812-813, 816, 818, 846, 873
  436. Kennedy, Pat (Gould) 353*, 1449'
  437. Kenyon, Dorothy 745*, 747-748, 750, 775
  438. Kenyon Review 988*, 1000*
  439. Keyes, Gene 764, 774, 780
  440. Kiger, Peter 150, 762*, 763-764, 765*, 793, 811, 817, 825, 838, 879
  441. King, C.B. 805*
  442. King, Martin Luther, Jr. 763
  443. King, Mary 781
  444. King, Ynestra 354*, 921-922, 1278
  445. Kinoy, Arthur 355*, 697*, 701*, 759', 923', 1072*, 1073', 1074*-1076*, 1077-1078, 1084'-1085', 1182'-1183', 1191', 1204', 1205, 1207'
  446. Kirk, Kappy and family 356*-358*, 399, 728, 730-731, 735, 748, 768, 771-772, 793, 817
  447. Kirkland, Will 803, 811
  448. Kirsch, Janet L. 627
  449. Kitchen Table: Women of Color Press 592, 910, 923
  450. Kizer, Carolyn 359', 833', 1082
  451. Klein, Yvonne 360*-361*, 437', 438*, 440', 443', 444*, 809, 938, 1071, 1403, 1447
  452. Kleinbaum, Sharon 895, 901
  453. Knopp, Honey 770', 810, 830, 836, 841', 842
  454. Knowles, Martha 1441'
  455. Kracauer, Siegfried 362, 747, 1162
  456. Krause, Charlotte G. 846
  457. Labas, Janis 79', 803
  458. Labyris Books (NYC) 840, 855', 867*
  459. Lacagnina, Amaldo 364
  460. LAIR 895
  461. Lakey, George 797, 947, 1401
  462. Lamm, Bob 365*
  463. Lane, Myrtle 774
  464. La Pointe, Jeanne 363*
  465. Larkin, Joan 878'
  466. Lashof, Judy 1401
  467. La Strega, Oak 935
  468. Latimer, Denyse 825*, 837
  469. Laucks, Irving F. 438*, 750, 784
  470. Lavender 442'-443', 487*, 883-884, 892', 906, 923-924, 929, 933, 955
  471. Lawford, Giovanna 366*, 733
  472. Leckie, Mary 367*, 693, 752, 763', 782, 784, 788, 832, 844', 903, 923
  473. Lehac: Jane Sherman, Ned 368*, 421, 738, 744, 748, 750, 756, 760*, 764, 767, 770, 775, 782, 787, 791-792, 797, 800, 808, 817, 824, 831, 850, 852, 859, 862, 930
  474. Lehmann, Jerry 150-151, 773*
  475. Lenya, Lotte 238*, 369*, 824, 1227p
  476. Lesbian Connection 909
  477. Lesbian Ethics 923
  478. Lesbian Herstory Archives 900, 932
  479. Lesbian Mothers' National Defense Fund 439*, 872, 874*, 878', 881*, 895-896
  480. Lesbian Tide 96'
  481. Lesbians for Employment, Action and Politics (LEAP) 953
  482. Lesbians on Land 919, 922
  483. Lester, Julius 321'
  484. Levertov, Denise. See Goodman, Denise Levertov.
  485. Lexington Grand Jury Defense Committee 852
  486. Lewis, Cynthia 825
  487. Liberation 68, 140, 173*, 175, 355, 390, 745, 748, 763*, 767-768, 774, 780-781, 790, 794, 796', 800, 804', 807, 824*, 831, 833', 839', 843, 844', 847, 848', 850, 858, 866', 872, 874*, 1071, 1176*, 1200, 1336, 1475'
  488. Lightman, Pandora 894, 902
  489. Linda Marie. See Pillay, Linda Marie.
  490. Lindsey, Karen 370*, 883, 905*, 1218*
  491. Lockey, Ottie, and Eve Zaremba 371*, 882*, 886*, 892, 895, 902-903, 906-907, 919, 929
  492. Loesch, Juli 478*
  493. Loll, John 372*, 841
  494. Long, Melanie (Cloud) 373*, 818, 823, 825, 829-831, 843-844, 852, 856, 861*
  495. Long, Sharon (Sha?) 825, 831, 846, 850, 852', 855-856, 903
  496. Lopopolo: Stasia, Bert 374
  497. Lowe, Susan Jane 834
  498. Lunden, Blue 43*, 77', 375*, 598*, 711, 926, 1273, 1279, 1478', 1502, 1503'
  499. Lurie, Allison 376*
  500. Lynd, Staughton 377*, 707', 781', 787, 794*, 812, 818, 823, 830, 860, 869, 1072*, 1080, 1159, 1365, 1366'
  501. Lyttle, Bradford 150-152, 378*-384*, 385'-387', 388*, 476, 493, 751, 756', 758*-759*, 760, 762*-763*, 766', 768*, 777, 779, 781-783, 789, 791-792, 793*, 794-795, 797, 799-800, 804, 808', 817, 823, 830-831, 833*, 837, 840, 842', 847, 850, 851*, 856, 861', 873, 887, 893, 900, 908, 923, 929, 938, 1061*, 1086*, 1191', 1200', 1438
  502. Macdonald, Barbara 907, 927', 1447
  503. Macdonald, Mike 791*
  504. Maenad: A Women's Literary Journal 897, 899
  505. Maher, Mab 940
  506. Majority Report 858
  507. Malcove, Lillian 757
  508. Malpede, Karen 390*-391*, 850, 853*, 854, 858, 859*, 860, 862-866, 883, 899, 919, 943-944, 1447
  509. Manahan, Nancy 392*
  510. Mandell: Marvin B., Betty 393*
  511. Marchessault, Jovette 1404
  512. Marcuse, Herbert 1150'
  513. Margareth and Jillian Defense Committee (lesbian mothers) 881
  514. Markson, Elaine 1186*-1188*, 1189', 1190*, 1192*
  515. Marston, Howard, E. 797*
  516. Martin, Noel 785*, 786, 794
  517. Marzani, Carl 1079
  518. Mass Campaign to Save People's Farm 851
  519. Mass Party of the People. See National Interim Committee.
  520. Mass Party Organizing Committee. See National Interim Committee.
  521. Matrices 909
  522. Matson, Hollis 846*
  523. Matteson, Joyce 810, 846
  524. Mayer, Milton 1364
  525. Mayer: Paul, Naomi 394
  526. Mayo, Mary 395*, 672*, 673
  527. McAllister, Helen 943, 1447
  528. McAllister, Pam 6', 396*-398*, 399, 904-905, 909', 910*, 922, 940, 943-944, 948, 1405-1407,, 1447
  529. McCarthy, Mary 400', 777'-778', 786', 1082, 1150', 1159
  530. McCormick, Margaret 60*, 868, 870, 874*
  531. McDaniel, Judith 303, 401*, 880, 905-906, 916, 923, 933, 935, 941, 943-944, 949, 1445
  532. McGehee: Luke (Lucius Polk), Ruth L. 929
  533. McLeester, Dick 884
  534. McLeod, Colin 803
  535. McMillan, Phyllis 882*
  536. McNamara, Robert 783'
  537. McReynolds, Dave 402*, 691, 779, 793, 799', 803*, 806, 811, 818, 821-822, 827, 854, 876, 921, 935, 946, 1447
  538. Meadow 403*, 938
  539. Mehrhof, Barbara 93, 96', 856', 860, 864
  540. Meigs, Mary 40', 61, 65, 404-409, 410*-414*, 415'-420', 523, 732, 735, 738, 741-742, 744, 747-748, 750-754, 758-760, 769-770, 778, 783-784, 788-789, 809, 824*, 862-863, 865-866, 875, 877, 893, 902, 904, 910', 912, 914, 933, 938, 940, 946, 1003, 1049, 1061, 1337', 1408-1409, 1442*
  541. Meir, Rosemary 726
  542. Meister, Ken 422*
  543. Melander, Lu 423*-424*, 460, 798, 806', 809, 813, 821, 825, 830, 833', 850, 853', 854, 856-857, 865, 924, 1410
  544. Merrill, Jim 425*
  545. Merton, Thomas 426*
  546. Merwin, Bill (William Stanley) 427*, 759*, 761, 763, 764*, 780, 791-792
  547. Meshenuk, Daria 836
  548. Meyer, Howard, N. 782
  549. Meyerding, Jane 333, 428*, 477*, 909, 935, 1219*-1222*, 1223
  550. Middle East Peace Project 885*, 912
  551. Migdal, Lester 51, 429*, 808, 821'
  552. Mikels, Elaine (Elana) 430*, 815, 908, 910*, 924, 933, 938
  553. Milgram, Morris 806
  554. Millay, Norma 79, 431*-432*, 433, 791, 797, 825, 842, 865, 871, 876, 879, 880, 883, 1015'
  555. Miller, Susan 434*, 853-854, 1072
  556. Millett, Kate 693*, 958o, 435*
  557. Moger-Williams: Susan, Tom, Benj 436, 810, 812, 816
  558. Money for Women 302, 437*-442*, 443*-445*, 453*, 460, 907-908
  559. Montesinos, Nora 447*
  560. Moody, Roger 853, 861
  561. Moon Books 1186*
  562. Moonwoman, Birch 438', 448*, 691, 697', 857*, 863, 872, 889, 890', 1447
  563. Moore, Fred 449*, 478', 787-788, 792, 858-859, 865, 880
  564. Moore, Honor 438', 854*
  565. Moose, Ron 450*
  566. Mora, Kay 933
  567. Moran, Andrea 678, 681, 689*, 690, 694*, 697', 698*, 701*-702*, 866, 870, 874', 892
  568. Morgan, Robin 94', 451*, 682', 692, 840, 851, 930', 938, 1170', 1502
  569. Morgana, Julie (a.k.a. Morgan) 156, 157', 437*-440*, 441', 442*-444*, 445, 452*-453*, 893, 896', 902', 914, 924, 949, 1444*, 1447
  570. Morris, Mark 153, 671, 672*, 859, 863*, 864
  571. Morrissett, Ann 764*
  572. Movement for a New Society (see also New Society publishers) 710
  573. Moylan, Mary 454*, 800
  574. Moynahan, James 768
  575. Moynihan, Daniel Patrick 455*, 456, 766*
  576. Ms. 4', 439, 833, 835*, 856', 857*, 877, 881'-882', 895', 897', 898, 938, 1090', 1173
  577. Murphy, Kathleen 457*
  578. Murphy, Robert 458*, 460
  579. Muste, A.J. 85-87, 150*, 151-153, 459*, 460, 472, 748*, 750', 760*-761*, 762', 765', 774*, 777', 778*-779*, 780', 1061
  580. Mygatt, Tracy D. 461*-462*, 764, 765*-766*, 767, 768*, 770*, 771, 774-775, 777, 784-787, 788, 793, 797-798, 812-813, 818, 824*, 825, 828'
  581. Naeve, Virginia 766*-777*, 778, 780, 799, 805, 816
  582. Naiad Press 302*-303*, 487, 904, 906, 952, 1274'
  583. Nash, Diane 463
  584. Nathan, Otto 464*, 784, 798, 807*, 810, 860, 863', 914
  585. The Nation 68, 741, 748*, 751, 776
  586. National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. Cape Cod Branch. 766*, 769
  587. National Caucus of Labor Committees 298
  588. National Center on Women and Family Law 888
  589. National Gay Task Force 841', 843
  590. National Interim Committee for a Mass Party of the People 355*, 465*, 466, 824', 833', 837-839, 844, 845*, 847-848, 854, 859, 863, 865*, 1072*, 1073', 1074*, 1075', 1077-1079, 1080, 1084'-1085', 1200', 1379*
  591. National Mobilization to End the War in Vietnam (see also New Mobilization Committee to End the War in Vietnam) 785, 793'
  592. National Organization for Women (NOW) 39', 260, 467*, 468, 469', 470*, 477, 834', 1379-1380
  593. National Organization for Women (NOW). Florida Chapter. 467*, 469*, 883, 908
  594. National Organization for Women (NOW). Monroe County (Fla.). 467*
  595. National Organization for Women (NOW). Sullivan County (NY). 620, 844
  596. National Taxpayers Vision 862
  597. National Women's Studies Association 904
  598. Nell, Edward J. 61*-63*, 471*, 851
  599. Nelson: Juanita (Morrow), Wally 771, 777, 781, 797, 1364
  600. Nestle, Joan 1411
  601. Nevin, David 778*
  602. New Cycle Theater 391
  603. New Directions 727
  604. New England Committee for Nonviolent Action 151, 153, 472*-473*, 474, 475*, 476, 493, 754, 761, 767', 768, 778-779, 780, 784, 786-787, 793, 795, 799, 812, 1383
  605. New Mobilization Committee to End the War in Vietnam (see also National Mobilization to End the War in Vietnam) 254, 800, 804
  606. The New Republic 749
  607. New Society publishers (see also Movement for a New Society) 81, 396, 477*, 904, 922, 925, 931, 933, 941, 944, 1219, 1220*-1223*, 1278'
  608. New Victoria Printers 258, 860, 870, 879, 887, 891
  609. New Women's Times 876, 880', 882*, 886*, 887, 899, 914, 949
  610. New York Women Against Rape 942
  611. New York Working People's Party 862
  612. Newman, Grace Mora 795*
  613. Ngo Chi Thien Defense Committee 827
  614. Nichols, Cicely 833*
  615. Nippert, Linda 885
  616. Non-Violent Committee for Cuban Independence 752
  617. Norman (OK) Peace Council 759*
  618. Norton, Eleanor Holmes 321'
  619. Nossiter, Cal Kolbe 800, 805
  620. O'Brian, Bill 725, 728
  621. O'Brian, Casey 479*
  622. O'Brian, Grace Walthall 480, 731, 782, 791, 797, 806, 810, 817, 821, 843
  623. O'Connor, Bill 481*, 693
  624. O'Connor, Jessie Lloyd 813
  625. Off Our Backs 835', 1088', 1090'
  626. Operation Freedom 758, 764
  627. Orenstein, Gloria Feman 864, 866
  628. Orrbright, Doris. See #482.
  629. P.E.N. 826, 836, 838, 859, 864, 867, 869, 874
  630. Pagan, Eileen 483*, 946, 1273, 1492, 1493
  631. Page, Anita Leibowitz 437*-438*, 443', 444*, 445, 484*, 485*-486*, 701*, 702, 1412
  632. Pagoda: Temple of Love 156*, 438, 441-443, 453, 487*, 923, 932, 941, 944, 947
  633. Paley, Grace 488*, 682', 861, 881', 1413
  634. Pantheon Books 869
  635. Panzarino, Constance 1493*, 1494'
  636. Papworth, John 489*
  637. Park, Jacqueline 874
  638. Partisan Review 1141-1142
  639. Pattee, Christine 884, 885*
  640. Pauling, Linus 750, 760
  641. Peace Action Center 581, 750, 751'
  642. Peace Information Bulletin 767'
  643. Peace News Limited 770, 773, 782, 847, 947
  644. Peace Research Institute 760*
  645. Peacemakers 764, 767, 871
  646. Peacework 860, 886*, 897'
  647. Penelope, Julia 885'
  648. People Against Pornography 887
  649. People Strike for Peace 924
  650. Peoples Coalition for Peace and Justice 355, 822
  651. People's Party. See National Interim Committee for a Mass Party of the People.
  652. Perkins, Penny 494*
  653. Perry, Ruth 840
  654. Persephone Press 888, 890*, 896*, 899, 914, 917
  655. Perspective 993', 994
  656. Philip, Cynthia Owen 495*, 825
  657. Phillips, Nancy 496
  658. Piercy, Marge 693, 893, 897'
  659. Pillay, Linda Marie 497*-499*, 518, 1279
  660. Pitkin, Win (E. Winifred) 500*, 501, 730, 733, 737*, 739, 741-742
  661. Plummer, Howard 769
  662. Podea, Mary 767', 770-771
  663. Political Action for Peace (PAX) (Mass.) 760, 777
  664. Pomegranate Grove 502*
  665. Pomerlean, Pat 503*
  666. Poor, Annie 504*-506*, 507', 508, 509*-512*, 513*-515*, 517*, 518, 520, 522, 636f+, 735, 746, 748, 750, 754, 770, 797-799, 805, 809, 811, 817, 824, 827', 830-832, 836, 839-840, 842*, 844-845, 855', 858'-859', 860, 861', 870, 872, 875, 901, 906, 929, 940, 947, 957f+, 1049, 1102, 1228', 1236, 1309', 1414
  667. Poor: Bessie (Breuer), Henry arnum 95', 248*, 507', 516, 517*, 518, 519*, 520, 521*-524*, 526', 534, 730, 731', 733, 747, 748, 769, 774, 777, 779, 782, 790', 811, 832', 840', 1026', 1049, 1061, 1146', 1227, 1236, 1449'
  668. Pratt, Denny 829
  669. Pratt, Marjory 527*, 758, 775, 778, 797*, 816
  670. Pratt, Minnie Bruce 6*-8*, 527*, 891', 893, 895', 898', 904*, 932, 935, 944, 946-947, 949, 1031, 1273
  671. Prinn, Elizabeth 860
  672. Prison Action Group 807
  673. Putnam, Wallace, and Consuelo Kanaga 528*-529*, 530, 723o, 739, 743-744, 746-747, 750, 752, 758-759, 762-764, 771, 773', 774-775, 778-779, 781-782, 792-796, 800, 808, 815-817, 823, 829, 833', 842', 846*, 848, 853, 858'-859', 860, 873, 887, 893, 908, 909', 924, 1029', 1041'
  674. Quebec-Guantanamo Walk for Peace 151-152, 378-379, 775-776, 1061*, 1337, 1342-1351
  675. Quest: A Feminist Quarterly 40', 487*, 848, 853*, 859, 871, 875, 879, 882', 883, 885*, 895, 1188*, 1189, 1193*
  676. Quinn (Dorotha Dilkes) 77', 375*, 531
  677. Rabin, Jules 754, 766*, 806
  678. Ramstetter, Victoria 532, 938, 942, 949, 1415
  679. Raulerson, Clare 532, 918, 930
  680. Reed, Evelyn 40', 533*, 864'
  681. Reiss, Robert 534*, 831', 833, 856, 902, 924, 1102
  682. RESIST 787, 796, 875
  683. Resistance 823'-824'
  684. Resurgence 78', 778-779, 782, 794
  685. Resurrection City 800
  686. Reynolds, Barbara 777', 813, 853, 860
  687. Reynolds, Earle 765'
  688. Reynolds, Ruth M. 748, 844*
  689. Rhodin, Tory (Victoria) 536, 850, 862, 868
  690. Rice, Sukie 703*, 817
  691. Rich, Adrienne 40', 94', 537*-539*, 590, 682', 692, 709*, 872', 904', 914, 931, 948
  692. Richman, Victor 804
  693. Riley, Karen 897'
  694. Robinson, Howard W. 823-824, 831
  695. Robinson, Jo Ann 540*, 882*, 1416*, 1417
  696. Robinson: Ray Jr., Cheryl (Buswell) 541*-562*, 564*, 783, 791', 829, 830', 841'-842', 850-851, 862, 864, 866, 875, 880, 901, 1084*, 1169', 1170*-1172*
  697. Robson, Ruthann 11at*, 12*, 13-14, 920, 924, 941, 946
  698. Rodd, Tom 565
  699. Roosevelt, Eleanor 747*, 748'
  700. Root, Art 566*
  701. Rose Printing Company 303*, 487*
  702. Rosenberger, Ernst 567*
  703. Rosenblum, Gertrude 803*, 807
  704. Rosenfeld, Marthe 1418
  705. Roumbos, Katerina 568*, 590
  706. Roybos, Catherine 568*, 590
  707. Rubik, Connie 569*
  708. Ruby, Clayton 777*
  709. Ruddick, Sara 905
  710. Rule, Jane 570*, 862
  711. Rush, Florence 93, 95*, 571*, 693
  712. Rusk, Pat 572*, 857-858
  713. Russell and Volkening Literary Agents 736*
  714. Russo, Tony 573*, 848*
  715. Russo, Vito 874*
  716. Rustin, Bayard 710, 751, 756, 758, 761, 763, 765'-766', 768', 1336
  717. Sagaris (feminist summer school) 837, 838*, 853*, 861', 868*
  718. Saigon Project 1064', 1357'
  719. Salstrom, Paul (F. Paul) 574*, 575-576, 752*, 756, 757', 764, 766*, 774-775, 777*, 782-783, 815, 871
  720. Saltonstall, Leverett 764, 767
  721. SANE 766'
  722. Sassafras (Linda Backiel) 577*, 829, 1419
  723. Saxe, Susan 276, 863, 1091*-1092*, 1094'-1095', 1096*-1097*, 1190*, 1193', 1194*-1195*, 1196'-1198', 1207'
  724. Schein, Sue 907
  725. Schlesinger, Arthur, Jr. 767
  726. Schlueter, Edward 578, 579*
  727. Schulz, Belle 758*, 762
  728. Schwartz, Wendy C. 847-848, 896*, 1438*
  729. Schwarz, Delmore 580
  730. Scott, Larry 278-279, 581*
  731. The Second Wave: A Magazine of the New Feminism 833*, 840, 866*
  732. Segall, Jeannie 855', 856-857, 866*, 1399
  733. Segrest, Mab 6*-8*, 914, 935
  734. Seneca Falls Peace Encampment. See Women's Encampment for a Future of Peace and Justice.
  735. Sessions, Barbara 783
  736. Seven Days 673', 839*, 840-841, 875, 878', 1185*
  737. Shameless Hussy Press 900
  738. Shapiro, Madelou 729
  739. Sharp, Gene 582*, 793'
  740. Shattuck, Kate 583*, 728
  741. Sheehan, Joanne 884
  742. Sheilah, Dorcy (also see Dorcy, Sheilah) 584*
  743. Sherman: Jan, Chuck 901, 912
  744. Sherman, Jane. See Lehac, Jane Sherman.
  745. Sherman, Susan 585*, 859', 1088', 1089*-1090*, 1166, 1185*, 1202*
  746. Shoshana. See Swinton, Patricia.
  747. Shoshana-Pat Swinton Defense Committee (also see Swinton, Patricia) 861
  748. Shub, Ellen 880
  749. Shurtleff, Jeffrey 803
  750. Siler, Anniewill (Annie Will) 55, 587*-589*, 590, 731-733, 737*, 739-742, 746-748, 750-751, 753-754, 756-757, 760, 763, 764*, 768, 771, 773-774, 775, 780-781, 783, 785-786, 789, 792-794, 796-798, 800, 808, 810-812, 815-818, 823, 824', 1049
  751. Siler, Daisy 587*
  752. Siler, Freda 882*
  753. Siler, Lucille 818
  754. Simkohvitch, Mary 591
  755. Sinister Wisdom 81', 899, 915, 920, 1031*, 1217*
  756. Sklar, Roberta 928*, 1399, 1447
  757. Skye, Campbell 893
  758. Smith, Barbara 592*, 905', 915, 1034', 1220, 1223
  759. Smith, Grace (Kellogg) 594*, 595, 769, 775, 781, 783, 785, 787, 792, 796, 817-818, 821, 824, 830, 837, 839, 840', 850, 855*
  760. Smith, Jack 760*, 761', 769, 911'
  761. Smith, Mary Denise 882
  762. Smith, Maureen 593*
  763. Snyder, Edith. See Arnold, Edith.
  764. Snyder, Patricia Giniger 15*, 949, 1447
  765. Society of Magazine Writers 868*
  766. Sojourner 879', 901, 910, 1100*
  767. Solomonow, Allan 597*
  768. Sorel, Barbara 927*
  769. South Vietnam National Front for Liberation 791
  770. Southern Christian Leadership Conference 763
  771. Southern Conference Educational Fund, Inc. 748, 753, 793, 821, 824
  772. Southern Exposure 911*
  773. Soviet Women's Committee 783'
  774. Spaugh, Diane 599*
  775. Spelman, Elizabeth 907*
  776. Spinster Ink 916, 925
  777. Spock, Benjamin 822'
  778. Springer, Art 764, 766
  779. Standish, Robin 783
  780. Stanton, Catherine (Kay Dutcher) 600-601, 602*-605*, 717, 728, 733*, 735*, 737-740, 744, 748, 751-752, 756-757, 760, 762, 768, 772, 774, 779, 783-786, 791-795, 797-798, 800, 803-807, 809, 812-813, 815-818, 822, 830, 832, 833', 834, 836, 837*-838*, 839, 840, 848*, 850-854, 855*-856*, 858*, 860, 862-863, 865-869, 870*, 872-873, 875, 893-894, 899-900, 903, 905, 908, 920, 924, 930, 933, 943-944, 946
  781. Stanton, Gary 792-793, 801, 817, 823
  782. Stears, Nancy 681*, 694*, 702'
  783. Steinem, Gloria 692, 709, 881'
  784. Stembridge, Jane 606*-614*, 794, 832, 846', 1420
  785. Stephens, Candy, John-i-than 615, 783
  786. Stevens, Ann 798*
  787. Stevens, William 805
  788. Stimpson, Catherine R. 835*
  789. Stokes, Ann 804
  790. Stoltenberg, John 260-261, 262*, 616, 671, 672*, 673, 688, 697', 853, 856-857, 858*-859*, 860, 862-863, 1185
  791. Stone, Ingrid 844'
  792. Stone, Lee 825
  793. Stromberg, Vivian 355, 865', 1077
  794. Stuart Hughes for Senate Committee (see also Political Action for Peace) 759*, 760-761
  795. Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee 617*-618*, 619, 636f+, 723o, 765', 770', 778
  796. Students for a Democratic Society 254, 782', 785', 1365
  797. Summers: U.T., Joseph Holmes, Mary 621*, 693, 728, 733, 735-736, 743, 746-747, 754, 756, 768, 773, 775, 781, 787, 796, 807, 823, 834, 840, 884, 887, 902, 924, 1049
  798. Support in Action 785*, 786
  799. Sutter, Ruth 877, 878*
  800. Suzuki-Hawkes, Mary 87, 476, 622*-623*, 779-780, 783, 792-793, 795-797, 805, 807, 818, 834, 840
  801. Swan, Emma. See Hall, Emma (Swan).
  802. Swann, Bob 150, 153, 472, 473*, 765'-766', 773', 777', 1061
  803. Swann: Marj, Judy 37', 151, 472-473, 475*, 625*, 703*, 707*, 748', 754', 756, 758, 765*, 766', 768*, 773', 774, 777-778, 780, 784, 792', 793, 841, 1061*
  804. Sweetser, John 626*
  805. Swenson, Lee 837
  806. Swinton, Patricia Elizabeth (Shoshana) 43', 95, 101, 586*, 1382'
  807. Synthesis: Women in Culture and Society 835*
  808. Terrell, Huntington 906, 911*
  809. Third World Women's Archives 592
  810. Thompson, Jessie 442, 627*, 903, 933
  811. Thorne, Erika 1401
  812. Tichenor, Ellen (Wertheim?) 628*, 857', 860, 866', 903', 905*, 940, 946, 1502
  813. Tide, Hazel 883
  814. Tornes, Mary Lou 629*, 853*
  815. Trimm, Steve 851
  816. Tripp, Maggie 837*
  817. Troy, William 746*
  818. Union des Femmes Vietnamiennes [Vietnamese Women's Union or Hoi Lien Hiep Phu N Viet Nam] 707*, 768, 800, 808, 818, 826, 829, 840, 862, 870
  819. United States Pacifist Party 388, 923, 929
  820. Unterclear: Jack, Ann 746, 1049
  821. Upshure, Annie 630*, 748, 774-775, 778', 797', 822
  822. Vanderlinden, Sky 375', 421, 634*, 926, 933, 935, 1445*, 1448', 1503'
  823. Van Deurs, Kady 44', 77', 437, 631*-633*, 694', 714, 891', 893-894, 896, 897', 900*, 902*, 903, 912, 925', 938, 940, 946-947, 948, 1273
  824. Van Deurs, Kay 808*, 811-812, 828, 829-830, 832, 848, 855'
  825. Van Meter, Betty 773
  826. Verlaine, George 635*, 806', 812, 821', 830, 833', 1476'
  827. Verlaine, Jane Gapen (Watrous) 7, 43, 47-49, 50*-51*, 52-54, 55*, 58-60, 77', 94, 259, 302, 322, 442, 493, 523, 636f+, 637*, 638, 639*-648*, 649, 650*-653*, 654, 655*, 671, 673, 677, 688-694, 696, 699, 709, 722f, 728, 785', 792, 794, 821, 828, 857, 862, 890'-891', 893, 895-896, 902, 906, 926, 1031, 1190, 1210, 1217, 1291, 1376, 1438*, 1502*
  828. Verlaine, Mimi 656*-657*, 805, 806', 821', 916, 949, 1476'
  829. Verlaine, Oscar 47, 48*-49*, 50', 51*, 52
  830. Vernarelli-Hacker, Lucia 659*, 739, 769, 932
  831. Vestal, Fon 783, 784'
  832. Viking Press 40', 74*, 83, 477, 487, 705*-706*, 863', 867, 898*, 907, 911, 943, 1174*, 1186*, 1446
  833. Villa, Jose Garcia 988*, 993*
  834. Virago, Ltd. 880, 881*
  835. ViVA 988*
  836. Vocations for Social Change 798, 808
  837. Vogue 1145
  838. Voluntown Peace Trust 882*
  839. Voluntown Staff Resistance 797
  840. Wagner, Anneliese 523', 660*, 888, 895', 906, 908
  841. Wake 993*
  842. Walford, Johnnie 781
  843. Walker, Alice 909
  844. Walter, Ruth 758*, 763*, 764, 765*
  845. Wanrow, Yvonne 636f+, 661*
  846. War Resisters International 799, 807, 905
  847. War Resisters League 2, 79', 81', 117, 153, 402*, 462, 524', 691, 750, 751, 756, 758, 763, 765', 779, 780', 791, 793-794, 797, 799', 803*, 804, 806, 807, 811-812, 816-818, 821-823, 824*, 830*, 832*, 837, 852, 857, 858, 874*, 875-876, 879, 881*, 899, 923, 926*, 935, 948, 957f+, 1061, 1098*, 1336, 1447
  848. War Resisters League - Southeast 82', 599, 885, 902, 923, 926, 927*, 931
  849. War Resisters League - Southwest 1071
  850. War Resisters League - West 797, 812, 815, 836, 841, 854-855, 858, 867-868, 872
  851. Warnock, Donna 44, 662*, 883, 887, 922, 933, 946
  852. Waronker, Lou 51', 786*, 794, 796, 798-800, 804', 810, 825, 946
  853. Warren, Elaine 910'
  854. Warren, Robert Penn, and Eleanor Clark 663, 727*, 988'
  855. War Tax Resistance 803', 821-822, 832, 857, 868
  856. Waterloo Incident (NY) 920, 922-923, 933, 948
  857. Weaver, Susan 882*
  858. Webster, Barbara 355*, 810, 836-838, 839*, 844, 845*, 847-848, 850, 854, 855', 861', 866, 1072', 1074*
  859. Weeks, Dennis 664
  860. Weinbaum, Batya 866
  861. Weinberg, Hildegard L. 823, 863
  862. Weintraub, Roberta 850, 852-853, 858*
  863. Wertheim, Ellen 665*
  864. Wesley, Deborah 699', 700*
  865. Weyer, Edward 122
  866. Wheelwright, Farley W. 440*, 666*, 786
  867. White, Barbara. See Jane Doe 2.
  868. White, George Abbott 838*
  869. Whiteford, B. 906
  870. Wickensheimer, Mary 874'
  871. Wilde, Lynn 865*, 866, 868
  872. Wilkinson, Frank 803*
  873. William Morrow and Company 853, 856
  874. Williams, Robert 783
  875. Willoughby, George 123, 150*-151*, 817, 822
  876. Wilson, Bill 868, 870, 887, 918
  877. Wilson, Dagmar 668*, 768*
  878. Wilson: Edmund, Elena, Rosalind, Helen 669*, 739, 742, 746', 747, 758', 776, 810, 834, 839, 853, 858, 868, 884, 1331', 1337'
  879. Wilson, Tona 670*, 883, 887', 889*, 891', 893, 902, 912, 942, 944, 955
  880. WIN (Workshop in Nonviolence) 68, 384', 395*, 671*-673*, 682, 683*, 706', 780, 792*, 800, 804, 810, 821*, 824, 830, 835, 840, 844, 852*, 853'-854', 855, 863*, 864, 866, 874', 880, 881', 886', 899, 905', 921, 926*, 1086-1087, 1101*, 1190, 1200', 1385
  881. Witherspoon, Frances 461*-462*, 774, 793, 833'
  882. Witlin, Frances 751, 757, 763*
  883. Wolf, Jo Ann. See Brown, Sharon.
  884. Wolfson, Dick 674
  885. Woman of Power 928*, 931, 942
  886. Womanbooks 81*-82*, 397, 705*, 855', 856, 858, 866, 873, 883-884, 904', 909, 910', 947, 1190'
  887. Woman's Salon 439, 865-867, 879, 884
  888. Womanspirit 81', 878*, 879, 886*, 923
  889. Women Against Daddy Warbucks 675
  890. Women Against Pornography 883
  891. Women Against Violence Against Women 676*, 677, 678*, 679-680, 681*-683*, 684-685, 686-687, 688*-690*, 691, 692*-694*, 695, 696*-698*, 699, 700*-702*, 708, 871, 879*, 887, 901
  892. Women Against Violence Against Women (Rochester). See Defense Committee of Rochester.
  893. Women and Power Conference 703
  894. Women and Violence Workshop 704, 837'
  895. Women Strike for Peace 115*, 668*, 756*, 758-759, 765-766, 767*, 777, 831, 832, 919, 1062', 1338*
  896. Women Volunteers to Vietnam 707*
  897. Women's Anti-Defamation League 708*-709*
  898. Women's Encampment for a Future of Peace and Justice 45, 710-712, 713*-715*, 716, 925-926, 931-932, 953
  899. Women's Experimental Theatre 1399
  900. Women's Institute for Freedom of the Press 718, 904, 921
  901. Women's Martial Arts Self-Defense 828-829, 848
  902. Women's Party for Survival 900, 917
  903. Women's Pentagon Action 715, 906, 914
  904. Women's Press Ltd. 942, 1278', 1500
  905. Women's Review of Books 919
  906. Women's Video Collective 82*, 922-923
  907. Women's Weekend 848, 853
  908. Womyn Having Opportunities Farm (WHO) 895*
  909. Wood, Sha (Sharon H.) 862, 871
  910. Woodward, Beverly 445, 719*, 794-795, 810, 812, 822, 853, 855', 865, 883, 910
  911. Workshop in Nonviolence. See WIN.
  912. Worthy, William 720*, 765, 766'
  913. Wounded Knee Legal Defense Committee 831, 847
  914. Writers and Editors War Tax Protest 787, 1469*
  915. Yankowitz, Susan 693
  916. Young, Allen 673, 721*, 861*, 864, 870, 881, 921, 946
  917. Young, Barbara 878*
  918. Zaremba, Eve. See Lockey, Ottie.
  919. Zavalloni, Marisa 1421
  920. Zwysohn, Van 1098*

Processing Information

Processed: September 1992

By: Kim Brookes

Updated and additional materials added: February 2014,February 2016

By: Anne Engelhart
Link to catalog
Title
Deming, Barbara, 1917-1984. Papers of Barbara Deming, 1886-1995: A Finding Aid
Author
Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America
Sponsor
The collection was processed in 1992 in part with funds from Deming's estate given by the executor, Blue Lunden.
EAD ID
sch00057

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