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Additional audiotapes of the National Organization for Women (NOW), the largest feminist organization in the United States.
Addenda to the papers of Louise W. Holborn include biographical and personal material; correspondence; teaching papers; speeches, conference and membership materials; writings; reference files; photographs, and an audiocassette.
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.
Essays, speeches, printed material, and bibliographies related to women and labor, standards of beauty, health, the environment, sexuality, and feminism; also member lists for Boston-based women's liberation group Bread and Roses.
Reports, meeting minutes, incorporation papers, by-laws, correspondence, memos, grant applications, publications, financial records, photographs, video and audio recordings, press releases, and financial records of the Boston Women's Fund. Grant applications include pamphlets, brochures, flyers, and other publications from Boston-based grassroots community organizations for women.
Mimeographed memoir by Bulkley, describing the lives of her grandmother and mother, and her life in St. Louis and encounters with settlement workers, including Roger Baldwin, and social reformers; this copy annotated by Baldwin.
Collection of Sally Fox, independent picture researcher, editor, writer, and collector of visual images of women.
Typed draft of Lois W. Banner's book, Elizabeth Cady Stanton: A Radical for Woman's Rights.
Correspondence, diaries, writings, and photographs of Katherine Pollak Ellickson, labor economist, assistant director of the AFL-CIO's Social Security department, and executive secretary of the President's Commission on the Status of Women. Correspondence of members of Ellickson's extended family, including her husband, parents, and sister is also included in the collection, along with genealogical material such as family trees.
Writings, correspondence, and notes by feminist writer and social critic Susan Griffin.
Collection consists of transcripts and audio recordings of interviews with African American women carried out by Boehm in preparation for her book, Making a Way out of No Way: African American Women and the Second Great Migration.
Dissertation, "Intimate Acquaintance": Courtship and the Transition to Marriage in America, 1770-1900, by Ellen K. Rothman.
Correspondence, diaries, writings, speeches, and calendars of Lucile Schuck Longview, radical feminist, anti-ageism activist, and futurist.
Correspondence, drafts research notes, etc., documenting the preparation of volume four of Notable American Women, The Modern Period, a biographical dictionary of American women.
Commissioned studies, interviews, legislation, national outreach programs, research projects, reports, speeches and photographs of Ann Bookman, social policy expert on women's issues, work-family balance, and community engagement.