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Letty Cottin Pogrebin, ca.1985

Item — Box: 2Identifier: MC 945, 2.5.
SCOPE AND CONTENT:

The papers of Marcia Cohen contain correspondence, minutes, etc., concerning the National Organization for Women (NOW) and NOW-NYC; other women's movement material; and transcripts of interviews conducted by Cohen with Dolores Alexander, Ti-Grace Atkinson, Ivy Bottini, Susan Brownmiller, Jean Faust, Muriel Fox, Betty Friedan, Lois Gould, Germaine Greer, Florynce Kennedy, Kate Millett, Letty Cottin Pogrebin, Betty Rollin, Alice Rossi, Barbara Seaman, and Marlo Thomas.

Letters to the editor, 1989, n.d.; includes letter from Letty Pogrebin

Item — Box: 53Identifier: MC 568; T-348, 53.13.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: This collection contains letters to the editor of Ms. magazine and related documents. Although most of the materials are more recent than those found in the Ms. Letters, 1972-1980 (MC 331), letters through 1980 fill in gaps in that collection. The original filing system has been maintained. Arranged in three series, it appears to have changed over time, possibly due to shifts in the...

Pogrebin, Letty Cottin. Writer; contributing editor, Ms. magazine; social activist; author, Among Friends; Abramowicz, Myriam. Filmmaker, women's issues commentator.

Item — Carton: 9Identifier: Vt-59, 165-166.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: The collection consists of 438 individual shows, with two shows on each videotape. Dates for most shows were not included in the list provided by the donor, but appear on the screen at the end of each tape; the order in which they are listed is roughly chronological, spanning the years 1983-1996. Some of the interviewees appeared more than once, sometimes after months or years.Each show consists of a 29-minute interview, unless otherwise indicated. There are two shows on each...

Correspondence, n.d.; includes letters to Cynthia Ozick, Letty Cottin Pogrebin

Item — Box: 20Identifier: MC 599; T-360; Vt-166; DVD-49, 20.7-20.15.
Scope and Contents:

Series includes announcements, note cards, invitations, e-mails (printed out), essays, poetry, speeches, fan letters, and personal and professional correspondence. For family correspondence, see Series I, Subseries B. Folders are arranged chronologically.

Correspondence, 1989; includes Letty Cottin Pogrebin

Item — Box: 16Identifier: MC 599; T-360; Vt-166; DVD-49, 16.9-16.10.
Scope and Contents:

Series includes announcements, note cards, invitations, e-mails (printed out), essays, poetry, speeches, fan letters, and personal and professional correspondence. For family correspondence, see Series I, Subseries B. Folders are arranged chronologically.

Committees. State Chapter Development. Correspondence, 1971-1972, mainly of Betty Boyer. Also, lists of convenors, n.d. Includes Esther M. Westervelt, Letty Cottin Pogrebin.

Item — Carton: 3Identifier: MC 311, 187.
Scope and Contents: Series IX, COMMITTEES (#132-191), combines the correspondence, leaflets, and related papers of standing and ad hoc committees in one alphabetical sequence. For most of the committees, documentation is sparse. Records may still be held by past or present committee chairs. Membership committee records are in Series X. For the education committees, see Education (#139-140), College Action (#134), Federal Contract Compliance on Education (FCCE files of Bernice "Bunny" Sandler, chair, #147-160),...

Writers: Pogrebin, Letty Cottin, 1991, n.d. (2 photographs)

Item — Box: | PHOTOGRAPHS, Box 222Identifier: MC 586; T-351, PD.973.
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Series VII, VISUAL MATERIALS, 1920-2001, n.d. (#PD.1-PD.1118, 81.17-83.24), contains administrative and special-event photographs, stock photographs, publicity shots, negatives, slides, and graphic materials.

National Commission on the Observance of International Women's Year. Media, 1975-1979. Includes Caroline Bird, Letty Pogrebin.

Item — Carton: 19Identifier: MC 477: T-264, 19.30.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: This collection documents East's efforts to improve women's legal, political, and economic status. A federal government employee for 38 years, she collected information, prepared reports (sometimes attributed to others), compiled statistics, and helped shape federal policies affecting women. After her retirement, she continued to work on behalf of expanding women's rights and opportunities.The papers reflect East's service on various federal, state, and international commissions on...

National Commission on the Observance of International Women's Year. Report: later draft, March-April 1976. [Includes correspondence.] Includes Letty Pogrebin (#21.3).

Item — Carton: 21Identifier: MC 477: T-264, 21.2-21.6.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: This collection documents East's efforts to improve women's legal, political, and economic status. A federal government employee for 38 years, she collected information, prepared reports (sometimes attributed to others), compiled statistics, and helped shape federal policies affecting women. After her retirement, she continued to work on behalf of expanding women's rights and opportunities.The papers reflect East's service on various federal, state, and international commissions on...

Cottin Pogrebin, Letty, 1996-2001

Item — Box: 12Identifier: MC 695: CD-61: DVD-76: T-468: Vt-242, 12.10.
Scope and Contents: Series II, CORRESPONDENCE, 1962-2007, undated (#9.10-22.8, PD.4-PD.5), includes letters, notes, and cards with family, friends, and colleagues. The letters cover all aspects of Seaman's life including marriage, motherhood, feminism, domestic abuse, teaching, lecturing, and writing. Correspondents includes other well known feminists Gloria Steinem (#20.24), Shere Hite (#15.4-15.5), Mary Jean Tully (#21.9), Ti-Grace Atkinson (#11.2 and 16.17), Byllye Avery (#11.3), Judy Norsigian (#18.22),...

Grants, 1973-1991; includes applications to National Endowment for the Humanities, Guggenheim Foundation, Rockefeller Foundation with references from Cynthia Ozick, Letty Cottin Pogrebin, and Betty Friedan

Item — Box: 3Identifier: MC 599; T-360; Vt-166; DVD-49, 3.5-3.8.
Scope and Contents:

Subseries includes awards, biographical writings, clippings, consultation work, interviews, grants, resumes, and a birth certificate. Folders are arranged alphabetically by topic.

Correspondence, March-December 1988; includes Gene Boyer (#837), Kay Clarenbach (#842), Letty Cottin Pogrebin (#834), re: Michael Dukakis campaign (#836, 837, 839)

Item — Box: 81Identifier: MC 576; T-125; Vt-1, 833-843.
SCOPE and CONTENT: These papers of Betty Friedan were previously designated by an accession number range: "86-M12--93-M146." They include correspondence, financial and legal documents, research notes and drafts of writings, teaching notes, organizational records, photographs, audiovisual material, and memorabilia. Most of the material dates from the 1970s to the early 1990s. The papers arrived in no order; most documents were not in folders. They were roughly sorted and screened so they could be made...

Citizens' Advisory Council on the Status of Women (CACSW). Court cases. Pregnancy: Epilogue--legislation to overcome Gilbert [v. General Electric], 1976-1979. [Correspondence, draft legislation, etc.] Includes Campaign to End Discrimination Against Pregnant Workers, Rep. Joseph L. Fisher, Letty Pogrebin, Ruth Weyand.

Item — Carton: 10Identifier: MC 477: T-264, 10.15.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: This collection documents East's efforts to improve women's legal, political, and economic status. A federal government employee for 38 years, she collected information, prepared reports (sometimes attributed to others), compiled statistics, and helped shape federal policies affecting women. After her retirement, she continued to work on behalf of expanding women's rights and opportunities.The papers reflect East's service on various federal, state, and international commissions on...

Writings by Arab-American feminists, 1982.

Item — Box: 4Identifier: MC 847; T-580, 4.11.
Scope and Contents:

Includes Letty Cottin Pogrebin and responses to her writings.

The Sexual Liberals and the Attack on Feminism, New York University Law School, Saturday, April 4, 1987: Plenary Session 1.

Item Identifier: 90-M153--2003-M133: T-434, T-434.1.
Scope and Contents:

Introductory remarks (Zesara Chan); Opening Address (Letty Cottin Pogrebin, for Gloria Steinem); The Sexual Liberals and the Attack on Feminism in the 1920s (Sheila Jeffries); Liberal Intellectuals and the Politics of Pornography (Susan Brownmiller); Woman-Hating Right and Left (Andrea Dworkin) (part I).

Letters from friends re: book, 1996.

Item — Box: 76Identifier: MC 704: T-351: Vt-247: Phon-037, 76.8.
Scope and Contents:

Includes Letty Cottin Pogrebin, Ellen Chesler, Nell Painter.

Communication Consultants for Choice: correspondence, 1984-1986.

Item — Box: 47Identifier: MC 695: CD-61: DVD-76: T-468: Vt-242, 47.3-47.4.
Scope and Contents:

Includes Muriel Fox (#47.3), Letty Cottin Pogrebin (#47.3), Jane O'Reilly (#47.4).

Salute To Betty Friedan, November 12,1999. Tape 2 of 2.

Item Identifier: 2007-M132, 17.
Scope and Contents: At National Arts Club, New York City Panel Discussion: "Betty Friedan's Impact on the 21st Century": Moderator was NOW co-founder Muriel Fox. Panelists were Catherine Stimpson, early NOW activist, Dean of Arts and Humanities at New York University; Emma Coleman Jordan, feminist scholar and Anita Hill's lawyer and Dr. Cynthia Fuchs Epstein, sociologist and early NOW activist. Dinner Honoring Betty Friedan, led by m.c. Sheila Tobias, Muriel Fox and Jacqui Ceballos: Women and men who came up...

Salute To Betty Friedan, November 12,1999. Tape 1 of 2.

Item Identifier: 2007-M132, 16.
Scope and Contents: At National Arts Club, New York City Panel Discussion: "Betty Friedan's Impact on the 21st Century": Moderator was NOW co-founder Muriel Fox.  Panelists were Catherine Stimpson, early NOW activist, Dean of Arts and Humanities at New York University; Emma Coleman Jordan, feminist scholar and Anita Hill's lawyer and Dr. Cynthia Fuchs Epstein, sociologist and early NOW activist. Dinner Honoring Betty Friedan, led by m.c. Sheila Tobias, Muriel Fox and Jacqui Ceballos: Women and men who came up...

Honoring Florida Feminists, April 6, 2002 At Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton.

Item Identifier: 2007-M132, 22.
Scope and Contents: With South Palm Beach Chapter of NOW and Florida Atlantic University, Veteran Feminists of America held all day round table discussions with students and veteran feminists on the theme, "Women Speak Out." Judith Kaplan co-chaired for Veteran Feminists of America, with SPBCNOW president Sheila Jaffe and Mary Cameron, director of the Women's Studies Center at Florida Atlantic University. Among honorees: Roxcy Bolton (who persuaded the U.S. Weather Bureau to stop naming hurricanes...

Subseries C. Other organizations, 1960-2008, undated (#46.10-50.6)

Sub-Series Identifier: MC 695: CD-61: DVD-76: T-468: Vt-242
Scope and Contents: Subseries C, Other organizations, 1960-2008, undated (#46.10-50.6), includes correspondence, reports, memoranda, press releases, and interviews. Seaman was involved with the small pro-choice group Communication Consultants for Choice (CCC) (#47.2-47.7), which worked with many other organizations such as NARAL and Planned Parenthood to provide public information on abortion rights. In 1985 CCC and NARAL released the television program Speak Out for Choice: A Training...

Supersisters card set, 1979.

Item — Carton: | MEMORABILIA, Carton 3Identifier: MC 898, 313.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: The memorabilia collection of the Schlesinger Library contains buttons, pins, banners, games, stickers, t-shirts, and other objects collected by the Schlesinger Library. Objects document suffrage; gay, lesbian, and transgender rights; efforts to pass the Equal Rights Amendment; women candidates' political campaigns; women's and girls' organizations; demonstrations for reproductive rights; movements to end violence against women; and other women's issues. Additional objects are housed at the...