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Correspondence, minutes, reports, audiotapes, etc., of Boston National Organization for Women, an organization working for legal, economic, and social equality for women.
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.
Records of the National Organization for Women (1966- ), the largest feminist organization in the United States
Correspondence, professional and autobiographical writings, datebooks, photographs, and audiovisual material of Alice S. Rossi, sociologist, feminist, and a founder of the National Organization for Women and Sociologists for Women in Society.
Papers of Frances Arick Kolb, educational consultant, historian, and Eastern Regional Director and board member of the National Organization for Women.
Transcripts of interviews conducted by Marcia Cohen with feminist leaders as well as minutes, correspondence, and other materials documenting the founding of the National Organization for Women (NOW).
Correspondence, minutes, memos, etc., of Mary O. Eastwood, lawyer and feminist.
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 executive director Dolores Alexander.
Records of Sociologists for Women in Society, an organization devoted to promoting professional opportunities for women in sociology, providing job market services, exploring the contributions of sociology to the humanization of sex roles, and serving as guardian for women in the American Sociological Association.
Correspondence, letters from readers, press releases, photographs, and writings of Barbara Seaman, feminist, women's health activist, and author.
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.