COLLECTIONS: 1 - 19 of 19
Papers of Betty Friedan, feminist, activist, and author.
Additional papers of Betty Friedan, feminist, activist, and author.
Collection contains audiotapes and transcripts of interviews conducted by Rupp and Taylor with women who played significant roles in the American women's rights movement.
Audiotape collection of recordings from the National Women's Conference, held November 18-21, 1977, in Houston, Texas.
Papers of Frances Arick Kolb, educational consultant, historian, and Eastern Regional Director and board member of the National Organization for Women.
Papers of Marguerite Rawalt, attorney and officer in the National Federation of Business and Professional Women, National Organization for Women, and Women's Equity Action League.
Papers of National Organization for Women executive director Dolores Alexander.
Papers of National Organization for Women officer Elizabeth Farians, coordinator of NOW's Ecumenical Task Force on Women and Religion.
Papers of National Organization for Women board member Mordeca Jane Pollock.
Personal and professional papers, including correspondence, appointment calendars, photograph/scrapbook albums and other photographs, writings, notes, research and printed materials, audiocassettes etc., of feminists and National Organization for Women officers Toni Carabillo and Judith Meuli, who were politically active in California and nationally.
Sound recordings of Radcliffe College events, including lectures, seminars, and student, alumnae and Bunting Institute concerts. The tapes also include Bunting Institute seminars and interviews with fellows, Radcliffe Publishing Course lectures and events, and Schlesinger Library talks and symposia.
Records of the Tully-Crenshaw Feminist Oral History Project, 1961-2001 (inclusive), 1990-1993 (bulk)
A collection of interviews conducted by and with past officers and members of the National Organization for Women (NOW) regarding the formation of NOW and their roles in the organization. All participants in the project were active in NOW during the late 1960s and 1970s.
Videotapes of interviews, marches, press conferences, etc., of the National Organization for Women, the largest feminist organization in the United States.