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Collection includes radio and conference appearances by Collective members, a benefit, board meeting proceedings, and a variety of materials on topics relating to women's health, etc.
Additional records of the Boston Women's Health Book Collective, a non-profit women's health education, advocacy and consulting organization, including administrative records; founder's files; engagements and project files; material relating to the publication, revision, and adaptation of several versions of Our Bodies, Ourselves; memorabilia; audiovisual material; and electronic records.
Collection consists primarily of recordings of the American Society for Prophylaxis in Obstetrics (ASPO)/Lamaze annual conference sessions and a few educational and instructional recordings.
Papers of artist, feminist, and writer Judy Chicago.
Writings and correspondence of Nancy Wainer, midwife and health care activist, and articles re: childbirth methods.
Collection includes administrative records and the web site for Lamaze International, an organization that educates women and men about pregnancy, the birth process, and teaches psychological practices and physical techniques to help women overcome pain in labor.
Correspondence, minutes, questionnaires, photographs, etc., of the Boston Association for Childbirth Association, one of the oldest natural childbirth organizations in the United States.
Records of the Boston Women's Health Book Collective, a non-profit women's health education, advocacy and consulting organization that grew out of a small discussion group in 1969, and first became known for their pioneering handbook, Our Bodies, Ourselves.
Minutes, annual reports, financial records, legislative campaign material, membership records, training materials, publications, photographs, memorabilia, audiovisual material, and clippings of the Women's State-Wide Legislative Network of Massachusetts, a grassroots advocacy organization for women.
Audiocassettes, transcripts, field notes, etc., generated by Fran Leeper Buss as part of her oral history project, Work and Family: Low Income and Minority Women Talk about Their Lives.