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Additional records of National Abortion Rights Action League, 1967-2004 (inclusive), 1975-1990 (bulk)
Correspondence and memos; annual plans; budget and financial material; board, committee, and staff meeting minutes, agenda, notes, etc.; state affiliate reports; annual meeting planning material, agenda, and audiovisual material; advertising materials; clippings; training materials; etc., of the National Abortion Rights Action League. Also includes the organization's website.
Addenda to the records of the Rutland Corner House (174) founded in 1877 as "Home for Working Women"; the House eventually became a halfway house for mentally ill female outpatients.
Addenda to the records of the Women's Educational and Industrial Union, a non-profit social and educational agency in Boston, Mass.
Correspondence, programming schedules for Omnibus, radio scripts, and writings of Mary Ahern, Radcliffe College alumna and producer of radio and television programs. Material related to Leonard Bernstein's television appearances is also included.
Reports, bulletins, correspondence of the Alpha Omicron Pi Sorority's Gamma Chapter at the University of Maine.
Records of the National Abortion Rights Action League, a national lobbying and membership organization devoted first to obtaining, and later to maintaining, the availability of safe, legal abortion.
Correspondence, speeches, diaries, photographs, etc., of librarian Anna Spicer Gladding, and penologist Miriam Van Waters.
Papers of Caroline K. Simon, lawyer, judge, and Secretary of State of New York.
Correspondence, biographical materials, diaries, etc., of Hilda Worthington Smith, the first director of the Bryn Mawr Summer School for Women Workers in Industry, and a founder of the Affiliated Schools for Workers, Inc.
Correspondence, speeches, articles, etc., of Laura Puffer Morgan, lecturer, writer, teacher, suffragist, and advocate for disarmament.
Correspondence, speeches, minutes, etc., of Louise Leonard Wright, interior decorator and lecturer.
Correspondence, articles, speeches, of Mildred Hodgman Mahoney, executive secretary of the Massachusetts Governor's Commission for Racial and Religious Understanding (1943-1946) and chair of the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination until 1964.