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Audiotape collection of recordings from the National Women's Conference, held November 18-21, 1977, in Houston, Texas.
The papers of Florynce Kennedy, lawyer, political activist, civil rights advocate, lecturer and feminist.
Papers of Shelah Gilbert Leader document her work as recording secretary for the United States National Commission on the Observance of International Women's Year; and include Leader's writings on women.
Correspondence, diaries, writings, speeches, and calendars of Lucile Schuck Longview, radical feminist, anti-ageism activist, and futurist.
Papers of Frances Arick Kolb, educational consultant, historian, and Eastern Regional Director and board member of the National Organization for Women.
Papers of Jane O'Reilly consist of writings, correspondence, clippings, printed materials, audiotapes, and videotapes related to her work as a journalist, writer, and social critic.
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.
Correspondence, speeches, meeting minutes, conference programs, clippings, and campaign materials of Marjorie Bell Chambers, teacher, civic leader, and official in government and nonprofit organizations.
Papers of Betty Blaisdell Berry, coordinator of the National Organization for Women's Marriage, Divorce, and Family Relations Task Force and founder of The Marriage and Divorce Press, Inc.
Papers of National Organization for Women officer Elizabeth Coxe Spalding, coordinator of the Task Force on Marriage, Family Relations, and Divorce.
Addenda to the records of the Women's Equity Action League (WEAL), a national membership organization with state affiliates, founded in 1968 and dedicated to improving the status and lives of all women primarily through education, litigation, and legislation.
Professional correspondence, minutes, bylaws, reports, speeches, conference materials, clippings, fact sheets, etc., of Puerto Rico-born feminist, Carmen Delgado Votaw.