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Leaders. Mary Lynn Myers [correspondence], 1975-1976.

Item Identifier: MC 496; M-152, 39.21.
Scope and Contents: Series XX, PAPERS OF LEADERS: MISCELLANEOUS, 1975-1994 (#39.8-39.23), contains, biographical information, correspondence, notes, clippings, etc., created by several different NOW leaders. Due to the small amount of materials from each leader, their files have been gathered into this one series. Further information concerning the various leaders' activities may be found in other series. Files in this series are arranged alphabetically by leader.

[Correspondence re:] employment agencies, 1972; includes Mary Lynn Myers.

Item Identifier: MC 495, 19.2.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: This collection contains correspondence, minutes, agendas, printed material, notes, clippings, and photographs relating to Heide's work as a feminist leader, with the bulk of the materials relating to her role as chair and later president of the National Organization for Women. The papers are arranged in thirteen series.Series I, Personal, Biographical, and Professional (#1.1-2.3), contains correspondence, resumes, and clippings. They are arranged with resumes first, followed by...

Production coordinator (Mary Lynn Myers) [correspondence], 1971-1972

Item Identifier: MC 495, 13.20.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: This collection contains correspondence, minutes, agendas, printed material, notes, clippings, and photographs relating to Heide's work as a feminist leader, with the bulk of the materials relating to her role as chair and later president of the National Organization for Women. The papers are arranged in thirteen series.Series I, Personal, Biographical, and Professional (#1.1-2.3), contains correspondence, resumes, and clippings. They are arranged with resumes first, followed by...

Direct mail campaign, Mary Lynn Myers, 1975, n.d.

Item Identifier: MC 496; M-152, 7.44.
Scope and Contents: Subseries B, Correspondence and Subject File, 1965, 1968-1976 (#7.43-9.45, 204.2-204.3, 204.8-204.22, 204.32), is arranged alphabetically by topic or correspondent. Included are records of the Finance Vice President (#7.46-7.57), including treasurer's reports and budgets; forms (#204.8-204.18); insurance proposals for staff and members (#7.62-7.64, 204.19-204.20); documentation of membership services (maintaining mailing lists, creating databases, producing and distributing literature, etc.)...

Side 1: Mary Lynn Myers. 15 minutes. Anne Pride. 20 minutes. Muriel Fox. 9 minutes.

Item Identifier: T-312, 3at.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: This collection is a series of interviews conducted by Frances Kolb with past National Organization for Women (NOW) officers and members, regarding the formation of NOW and their roles in the organization. Kolb conducted the interviews in preparation for a book on the history of NOW. Tapes remain in order as originally received and described by Kolb in her notes (see MC 481, #6.9-6.13). The interviews with Wilma Scott Heide, (#21at-22at), and Karen DeCrow, (#27at-29at) subsequently became part...

Permission forms [Schlesinger Library oral histories: Mary Lynn Myers, Jeane Bendorf, Muriel Fox], 1979

Item Identifier: MC 481, 6.13.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: This collection contains correspondence, clippings, research notes, printed material, audiocassettes, and writings by Kolb, focusing mainly on her work in NOW and her research documenting the history of NOW. The records are arranged in seven series:Series I, Personal and Biographical (#1.1-1.8), contains a resume, clippings, correspondence, and school transcripts. The records are arranged chronologically.Series II, Articles and Speeches by Kolb (#1.9-2.4), contains...

NOW Compliance Task Force [Mary Lynn Myers coordinator]: general correspondence, 1972; includes a letter from Representative Patsy T. Mink (#1.11).

Item Identifier: MC 494, 1.10-1.11.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: This collection contains mostly correspondence. There are also printed material, reports, clippings, press releases, minutes, notes by Darcy, etc. The collection is arranged in three series.Series I, National Organization for Women (NOW) Task Force on Compliance and Enforcement (#1.1-3.3), contains correspondence, printed material, clippings, minutes, notes, etc., by Darcy, as well as by Mary Lynn Myers and Joan Hull, earlier task force coordinators. Topics covered in this series...

NOW Compliance Task Force actions [correspondence between Mary Lynn Myers, Gene Boyer, and Ann Scott], 1971-1972

Item Identifier: MC 494, 1.1.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: This collection contains mostly correspondence. There are also printed material, reports, clippings, press releases, minutes, notes by Darcy, etc. The collection is arranged in three series.Series I, National Organization for Women (NOW) Task Force on Compliance and Enforcement (#1.1-3.3), contains correspondence, printed material, clippings, minutes, notes, etc., by Darcy, as well as by Mary Lynn Myers and Joan Hull, earlier task force coordinators. Topics covered in this series...

Chapter and individual compliance activities and charges [Mary Lynn Myers correspondence; includes correspondence with Wilma Scott Heide.], 1972.

Item Identifier: MC 494, 1.2-1.3.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: This collection contains mostly correspondence. There are also printed material, reports, clippings, press releases, minutes, notes by Darcy, etc. The collection is arranged in three series.Series I, National Organization for Women (NOW) Task Force on Compliance and Enforcement (#1.1-3.3), contains correspondence, printed material, clippings, minutes, notes, etc., by Darcy, as well as by Mary Lynn Myers and Joan Hull, earlier task force coordinators. Topics covered in this series...

Ann London Scott. [Correspondence, n.d.; includes Gene Boyer (#38.5, 38.6), Mary Lynn Myers (#38.5), Marilyn Patel (#38.5), Madeleine Rast (#38.6).]

Item Identifier: MC 496; M-152, 38.5-38.6.
Scope and Contents: Series XVII, PAPERS OF LEADERS: ANN LONDON SCOTT, 1970-1975 (#37.43-38.11). Ann London Scott, daughter of Daniel Edwin and Claire (Chester) London, was born Claire Ann in Seattle, Washington July 29, 1933. She received her B.A. (1954) and Ph.D. (1969) in literature from the University of Washington. She was an instructor at the University of Washington (1954-1955, 1963-1965), lecturer and assistant professor at the State University of New York at Buffalo (1965-1973), and Associate Executive...