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Additional records of the National Organization for Women (NOW), the largest feminist organization in the United States.
The Black Women Oral History Project collection consists of audiotapes and transcripts of 72 oral histories.
Papers of Caroline K. Simon, lawyer, judge, and Secretary of State of New York.
Papers of Helen Lingenfelter Gray, lawyer and women's rights and peace activist.
Correspondence, minutes, memos, etc., of Mary O. Eastwood, lawyer and feminist.
Papers of Patricia Ireland, feminist activist, lawyer, and former president of the National Organization for Women, include correspondence, reports, legal case files, notes, and other research and printed materials regarding NOW's work for women's rights and social justice.
Audiotapes of talks by speakers featured in the Schlesinger Library Luncheon Series, 1979-1987. Most of the speakers are donors of manuscript collections housed at the library.
The political activities of the first generation of fully enfranchised Connecticut women, 1920-1945, oral history transcripts, 1980-1982
Interview transcripts and data sheets with biographical information from Political Women in Connecticut project, sponsored by the Center for Oral History and the Women’s Studies Program at the University of Connecticut.