Pro-life movement--United States
Found in 23 Collections and/or Records:
Additional audiotapes of the National Organization for Women (NOW), the largest feminist organization in the United States.
Additional records of National Abortion Rights Action League, 1967-2004 (inclusive), 1975-1990 (bulk)
Correspondence and memos; annual plans; budget and financial material; board, committee, and staff meeting minutes, agenda, notes, etc.; state affiliate reports; annual meeting planning material, agenda, and audiovisual material; advertising materials; clippings; training materials; etc., of the National Abortion Rights Action League. Also includes the organization's website.
Additional records of the National Organization for Women (NOW), the largest feminist organization in the United States.
Date books, appointment calendars, biographical material, correspondence, clippings, clinic administrative records, patient records, etc., of Bill Baird, reproductive rights advocate.
Clippings documenting Joan Andrews' participation in abortion clinic protests; photographs of Andrews; legal documents relating to Andrews' 1986 arrest following a protest at The Ladies' Center in Pensacola, Florida; correspondence between Earl Essex and Andrews' lawyer, Stephen Anthony Flynn regarding financial support for Andrews' defense; and letters Andrews wrote to Earl and Kathleen Essex during her imprisonment.
Feminist flyers, pamphlets, directories, statements, bibliographies, and other printed materials.
Mailings, press releases, speeches, and clippings from local and national newspapers documenting the 1976 United States presidential campaign of Ellen Cullen McCormack, a Democratic candidate who ran on a pro-life platform.
Biographical and personal material; organizational files; campaign records; speeches; conference and membership materials; writings; photographs; memorabilia; and audiovisual material of Mildred Jefferson, surgeon and nationally recognized spokesperson of the right-to-life movement.
The Norma J. Kane pro-life collection contains meeting notes and agendas of the St. Clare of Assisi Pro-Life Group; St. Clare of Assisi Pro-Life Group fundraising and outreach materials; and pro-life pamphlets, fliers, and clippings.
Videotapes, motion pictures, and DVDs documenting the National Organization for Women's (NOW) conferences, marches and rallies, and political activism, as well as its role as plaintiff in NOW v. Scheidler.
Letters to advice columnist Elizabeth C. Winship from her syndicated column for teenagers,
Ask Beth, as well as reference materials and clippings.
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.
Collection includes original material belonging to Norma McCorvey, as well as Joshua Prager's material (such as articles, correspondence, court documents, etc.) compiled during the course of his research for a book about Roe v. Wade.
Collection of pro-life movement newsletters and periodicals for which the Schlesinger Library holds three or fewer issues.
Board records, financial documents, and correspondence of NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts, the Massachusetts affiliate of NARAL Pro-Choice America.
Minutes, reports, correspondence, budgets, notes, schedules, and contracts related to the planning, organizing, and executing of the March for Women's Lives, held in Washington, DC, on April 25, 2004.
Minutes, reports, correspondence, videotapes, audiotapes, posters, and publications related to the Reproductive Health Technologies Project.
Professional correspondence, writings, research and printed materials of pro-life activist Dr. Joseph R. Stanton, Jr.
Pamphlets, fliers, newsletters, catalogs, correspondence, and clippings documenting Therese Hester Vaughn's involvement in the right to life movement in Duluth, Minnesota.
Talk show interviews and debates, news reports, speeches, narrated programs, TV spots, and footage of the 1986 National Abortion Rights Action League (NARAL) conference and march in Washington, D.C.
Videotapes of interviews, marches, press conferences, etc., of the National Organization for Women, the largest feminist organization in the United States.
Coverage of women's issues through television talk shows and news programs, interviews, public service announcements, and footage of conferences relating to women