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COLLECTION Identifier: Vt-22

Videotape collection of Lynne Conroy, 1979


Unedited video footage of Pauli Murray includes an interview and a sermon by Lynne Conroy, media consultant for a Women's Educational Equity Act.


  • Creation: 1979

Language of Materials

Materials in English.


Access. An appointment is necessary to use any audiovisual material

Conditions Governing Use

Copyright. Copyright is held by Lynne Conroy for her lifetime.

Copying. Researchers wishing to copy a tape must secure permission from Lynne Conroy, unless the copy is to be used as described under the "fair use" provisions of the Copyright Act, Section 107.


4 videotapes

Unedited video footage of Pauli Murray includes an interview and a sermon. Related written material is cataloged as A/C754.

All videotapes are black and white, and were converted from 1/2" open reel ("helical scan") to 1/2" VHS tapes. The sound and visual quality is generally fair to poor.


Lynne Conroy was media consultant for a Women's Educational Equity Act project in Boston entitled "The Role Integration Packet: A Rural-Urban Model of Education." This project included an interview, videotaped in Alexandria, Va., in 1979, with Pauli Murray, lawyer, professor, writer, and first black woman to be ordained an Episcopal priest.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Accession number: 82-M225

These videotapes were given to the Schlesinger Library by Lynne Conroy in November 1982.

Processing Information

Processed: October 1996

By: Katherine Herrlich

Conroy, Lynne. Videotape collection of Lynne Conroy, 1979: A Finding Aid
Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America
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Repository Details

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