Oral history interviews of the Women's Action Organization, 1974-1977
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Jean Joyce, who in 1970 was senior reports advisor in the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs and one of the founders of WAO, conceived the idea of interviewing those involved in the formation of WAO. She conducted interviews with ten women and two men and was in turn interviewed by Valerie Kreutzer. The interviews were transcribed by the Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe College, which is the repository for related records of the Women's Action Organization.
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By: Anne Engelhart, Elizabeth O. Shenton
- Women's Action Organization. Oral history interviews of the Women's Action Organization, 1974-1977: A Finding Aid
- Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America
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