Chicago Women’s Liberation Union records, 1954, 1967-1978

 

Descriptive Inventory for the Collection at Chicago History Museum, Research Center

By Kimberly Jacobsen, September 1994

 

© 2000 Copyright Chicago Historical Society, 1601 North Clark St., Chicago, IL 60614-6038

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Main entry: Chicago Women’s Liberation Union

Title: Chicago Women’s Liberation Union records, 1954, 1967-1978

Inclusive dates: 1954, 1967-1978

Size: 18 linear feet (43 Hollinger boxes)

Accession numbers:  1978.0029; 1982, 1988, 1989

Restrictions:  Boxes 42-43 are closed to researchers

 

This descriptive inventory includes:

Brief history;

Description of the collection;

Description of some related materials;

List of online catalog entries;

Provenance statement;

Storage designation;

Container list of box/folder numbers and titles.

 

Brief history:

The CWLU was founded in 1969 as an explicitly radical, anti-capitalist, feminist, city-wide organization committed to building an autonomous, multi-issue women’s liberation movement.  The CWLU was formed at a conference in Palatine, Illinois, which was called for radical women in the fall of 1969.  The CWLU’s principles, as stated at the founding conference, see the women’s movement as a revolutionary struggle that is closely linked to the struggles against racism, capitalism, and imperialism, as well as an open democratic organization.

 

The CWLU consisted of work groups for specific issues and chapters (political study groups and/or rap groups).  Each of these groups sent representatives to the CWLU steering committee that decided the direction and programs of the CWLU.

 

The CWLU developed a number of programs.  The Liberation School for Women helped women develop political analysis, introduced them to women’s liberation, and taught them skills necessary to survive in society.  Womankind was a newspaper published by the CWLU concerning women’s issues.  The Health Project was involved in both service programs, such as pregnancy testing, and in direct action around women’s health issues, such as lobbying for safe abortions.  A program called DARE (Direct Action for Rights in Employment) fought for equal job treatment and wages for women, especially in city jobs.  The CWLU sponsored a Legal Clinic that provided legal services and advice for women.  The Chicago Women’s Liberation Rock Band and the Women’s Graphics Collective spread information about women’s liberation and the CWLU.

 

At some point, the CWLU included many of the leading feminists in Chicago.  The women participating in CWLU included: Heather Booth, Vivian Rothstein, Naomi Weisstein, Estelle Carol, and Diane Horowitz.

 

The CWLU struggled with factionalism and divisiveness from its inception.  The problems often stemmed from a lack of structure in the CWLU and probably trying to include too many personal agendas.  In 1976, a final crisis tore the CWLU apart.  Two groups in particular contributed to the demise f the CWLU: the Two-Line paper authors and the Asian Women’s Group.  The CWLU purged these people following their statement papers.  On April 24, 1977, the remaining members of the CWLU voted to end its existence, after declining membership and remaining factionalism made clear that the CWLU would never achieve its original goal of uniting women.

 

Description of the collection

The records of the CWLU contain pamphlets, calendars, summaries, scripts, agendas, minutes, notes, programs, papers, informational handouts, correspondence, attendance sheets, newsletters, newspapers, and news clippings which demonstrate the CWLU’s principle of building an autonomous, multi-issue women’s liberation movement based in Chicago.

 

The records of the CWLU are arranged by function into seven series:

Series 1.  Background information  1968-1978

Series 2.  Administrative files  1968-1977

Series 3.  Conferences  1969-1977

Series 4.  Projects  1969-1977

Series 5.  Publications  1954, 1967-1977

Series 6.  Topical files  1968-1976

Series 7.  Regional files  1968-1976

 

Series 1.  Background information, 1968-1978, contains pamphlets, calendars, statements of purpose, descriptions, papers, notes, ballots, and summaries of the CWLU.  This series contains information and summaries on the CWLU’s dissolution due to a split within its membership.

 

Series 2, Administrative files, 1968-1977, contains scripts (annotated), pamphlets, fliers, correspondence, agendas, minutes, and notes.  This series contains the materials from the CWLU’s committees on media, membership, steering, and planning in addition to correspondence from the CWLU.

 

Series 3. Conferences, 1969-1977, contains notes, correspondence, agendas, programs, registrations, pamphlets, and fliers.  These files include materials from conferences both sponsored by the CWLU and attended by members of the CWLU.  Of special interest in this series is the rather complete information on the CWLU-sponsored Socialist Feminist Conference in 1975.

 

Series 4, Projects, 1969-1977, contains papers, notes, informational handouts, fact sheets, correspondence (form letters), attendance sheets, agendas, background readings, pamphlets, and fliers.  These files contain material on the  CWLU's projects, including the Liberation School, D.A.R.E. (Direct Action for Rights in Employment), the Alice Hamilton Women’s Health Center, and the Speakers Bureau.  Also included in these files are materials received from and concerning chapters of the CWLU.

 

Series 5, Publications, 1954, `967-77, contains newsletters, newspapers, articles, published informational booklets, and pamphlet materials.  This series contains publications created by the CWLU, including the CWLU Newsletter and Womankind.  In addition to the CWLU-created publications, this series also contains publications which the CWLU purchased and sold in its office.

 

Series 6, Topical files, 1968-1976, contains pamphlets, fliers, fact sheets, news clippings, papers, articles, non-CWLU newsletters, published informational booklets, and form letters.  These files were compiled by the CWLU on topics of interest such as abortion, daycare, family-related issues, labor unions, law, pollution, rape, and the women’s liberation movement.

 

Series 7, Regional files, 1968-1976, contains some correspondence, but the major component of this series is newsletters and pamphlets from similar organizations around the nation.  These newsletters and pamphlets were received by the CWLU and maintained in files by state.

 

Description of some related materials:

Related materials at Chicago History Museum, Research Center, include the Chicago Women's Liberation Union photographs (1978.0029); the essay: "Something real: Jane and me," by Linnea Johnson; and the Interviews with former members of Chicago Women's Liberation Union, by Margaret Strobel. Five boxes of printed materials were transferred to the library for separate cataloging.

 

List of online catalog headings:

The following headings for this collection were entered in the online catalog:

Main entry:  Chicago Women’s Liberation Union

Subject headings:

Chicago Women’s Liberation Union

United States. Constitution. Equal Rights Amendment.

Abortion--Illinois--Chicago.

Feminism--Illinois--Chicago.

Lesbians--Illinois--Chicago.

Women--Societies and clubs--Illinois--Chicago.

Women in politics--Illinois--Chicago.

Chicago (Ill.)--Politics and government

Illinois--Politics and government

United States--Politics and government

 

Form/genre headings:

Agendas.

Articles (for publication).

Audio tapes.

Minutes.

Newsletters.

 

Provenance statement:

These records were donated to Chicago Historical Society by various members of the CWLU. 

The donors are Chris Rudio (1978), Margaret Strobel (1988), Estelle Carol (1989).

 

Restrictions:

Boxes 42-43 are closed to the public because of personal privacy concerns.

 

Storage designation:

Collections: Chicago Women’s Liberation Union records

Sound Recordings: Chicago Women's Liberation Union

 

Processing information:

Processed by Theresa McGill and Kim Jacobsen. This descriptive inventory by Kimberly Jacobsen, September 1994

 

Container list of box/folder numbers and titles:

Series 1.  Background information  1968-1978

Box 1

Folders:

1  General information  1970-1974

2  History of the CWLU  1968-1976, n.d.

3.  Pre-CWLU material  1968, n.d.

4  Articles of incorporation/By-laws

5  Political principles, n.d.

Position papers:

6          Re. CWLU organizational structure/strategies  1972-1975

7          by the CWLU--re:  Socialist Feminism  1972

8          by the CWLU-various topics  1969-1972

9  Structure/program/project proposals  1969, n.d.

Dissolution:

10        Background information  1975-1976

11        Ballots on political split  1976

 

Box 2

Folders:

1          City-wide Strategy Meeting  June 6, 1976

2-3       City-wide Strategy Meeting  June 6, 1976

4          Correspondence  Mar. 1976-June 1977

5          Criticism/Self0criticism, n.d.

6-7       Evaluation/History of the CWLU (from Estelle Carol)  1978

8          Paper by Bob Simpson, n.d.

9-11     Position papers re political split, n.d.

 

Box 3

Folders:

1          Thursday Night Strategy Group  July-Aug. 1976

Series 2.  Administrative files  1968-1977

Box 3 continued:

Folders:

2  Chapters and Work Groups  1970-1973, n.d.

Committees:

4          Administrative  1975(?)

            Media and women’s film Co-op:

5                      1970-1972, n.d.

            Media resources:

6                      Film & video  1969-1977, n.d.

7                      Performers  1972, n.d.

8                      Plays  1970, n.d.

9                      Poems, n.d.

10                    Press Releases  1971-1976, n.d.

 

Box 4

Folders:

1                      Radio plays, n.d.

2                      Songs  1972, n.d.

3                      Theatre  1973-1976

4          Women’s Liberation Traveling Media Show  1969

5          Miscellaneous  1970-1975

            Membership:

6                      1970-1976, n.d.

7                      City-wide meetings  1969-1977

8                      General information, forms, n.d.

9                      Rosters  1972

10        Organizing  1972

            Planning:

11                    1973-1975, n.d.

12                    “Planning Committee Ideology”, n.d.           

13                    Program  1972-1973, n.d.

Steering:

14        Jan.-Dec. 1970

 

Box 5

Folders:

1          Jan. 1971-Dec. 1972

2          Jan.-Dec. 1973

3          Jan. 1974-Dec. 1975

4          Jan. 1976-Mar. 1977

5          n.d.

6          ‘Women’s Universal Project  1973-1974

Correspondence:

7          Form letters, n.d.

            General:

8          Dec. 1969-July 1971

9          Aug.-Dec. 1971

 

Box 6

Folders:

1          Jan. 1972-June 1973

2          July-Dec. 1973

3          1974

4          1975-1977, n.d.

5          Libraries & universities  1970-1972

Fund raising:

6          1971-1977

7          General information  1973-1976

8  General  1974-1974, n.d.

9  “How to Understand the Files”  1973

 

Box 7

Folders:

Office log:

1          Aug.-Nov. 1972

2          May 28, 1973 & May 25-July 26, 1974

3          July-Dec. 1974

4  Office procedures, n.d.

5  Staff/Co-chair meetings  Sept. 1971-Jan. 1975

6  Staff reports  1970-1974, n.d.

 

Series 3.  Conferences  1969-1977

Box 7 continued

Folders:

7  1969  Radical Women’s Conference (Palatine, IL)

8  1970  National Congress on Optimum Population and Environment

9-10  1971  CWLU Membership Conference

 

Box 8

Folders:

1972:

1-2       CWLU Membership Conference

3          Radical Women Conference

1973:

4-6       CWLU Membership conference

7          Men’s Conference Group

8          Women’s Universe Expo

9          Various 

1974

10        CWLU Membership Conference

11        Coalition of Labor Union Women/First National Conference

12        Various

1975:

13        CWLU Membership Conference

 

Box 9

Folders:

1          National Hard time Conference

2          Socialist Feminist Conference (Ohio)

Socialist Feminist Conference--Registration forms:

3          A

4          B

5          C

6          D

7          E-F

8          G

 

Box 10

Folders:

1          H

2          I-K

3          L

4          M

5          N-P

 

Box 11

Folders:

1          Q-R

2          S

3          T-V

4          W-Z

1976:

5          American Personnel Guidance Association Conference

6          CWLU Membership Conference

7  1977  Various

8, n.d.  CWLU Membership Conference(s)

9, n.d.  Various

 

Series 4.  Projects  1969-1977

Box 12

Folders:

1  Abortion Task Force  1970, 1975, n.d.

2  “Alice Doesn’t Day”, n.d.

3  Anti-imperialist Committee  1970-1971, 1976, n.d.

4  Asian Women’s Group  1976-1976, n.d.

5  Chicago Comic book, n.d.

6  Chicago Schools Project, n.d.

7  China Group—Correspondence  1972

8  Community Work, n.d.

Connecting Link

9          1972-1973, n.d.

10        Minutes  November 1972-August 1973

11 Consciousness Raising discussion Group  1973

12 Craft Fairs  1085-76

D.A.R.E.  (Direct Action for Rights in Employment):

13        1972-1976

14-15   n.d.

16        Correspondence

17        Minutes  April-July 1974

 

Box 13

Folders:

1          Newsclippings  1972 n.d.

            MPW vs. City of Chicago, Class Action—Discrimination in Employment

              (Janitresses’ case):

2                      June 29, 1972-Dec. 2, 1973

3                      Feb. 1, 1974-May 17, 1977 and n.d.

4                      Newsclippings  June 1972-June 1977

5  Edgewater Women’s Group  1972

6  Film festivals and showings  1977, n.d.

Gay/Lesbian Group:

7          1969-1976

8          n.d.

9          Newsclippings/articles  1969-1975, n.d.

10  Alice Hamilton Women’s Health Center  1970, n.d.

Health Project:

11        1969-1972, n.d.

12        Newsclippings/articles  1970-1976, n.d.

 

Box 14

Folders:

1          China Trip  1973

2  H.E.R.S. (Health Evaluation and Referral Service), n.d.

3  High School and Junior College organizing Project, n.d.

4  Hyde Park Chapter, n.d.

International Women’s Day/Year:

5          1971-1976

6          n.d.

7  Lakeview X Chapter, n.d.

8  Legal Clinic 1971-1976, n.d.

Liberation School:

            Background information:

9                      1971-1976

10                    n.d.

11        Child care group, n.d.

12        Class listings  1971-1974

13        Conferences  1971-1974, n.d.

14        “Conveners” information 1971-1976, n.d.

Correspondence:

15                    1970-1974 n.d.

16                    re: Criminal Justice Project  December 1974

 

Box 15

Folders:

Course evaluations (students’):

1          July 1972

2          1972, n.d.

Course material:

            1971:

3          “Understanding Marxism”

4          April--“Family II”

5          April--“Lesbian Plot”

6          June--“Prepared Childbirth/Free Children”

7          Summer--“Women and Their Bodies”

8          December 1971-Feb. 1972--“Rape”

            1972:

9          “Political History of the Chicago Women’s Liberation Union”

10        Spring--“Women’s Liberation is a Lesbian Plot”

11        Summer--“Political Trends in Women’s Liberation”

12        December--“Marxism As a Way of Thinking”

14        Spring 1973  “Rape”

 

Box 16

Folders:

1          Spring 1974  “China Today”

2          n.d.  “Being Single”

3          n.d.  Various classes

            Course outlines/evaluations:

4          1971-1973

5          1974

6          1975

            Course proposals:

7          1971-1974

8          n.d.

9          Course schedules  Spring 1971-Spring 1976, n.d.

10        Financial material  1973, n.d.

Minutes/notes of meetings

11        Nov. 1970-May 1972

12        May 1972-Apr. 1973

13        1974-1975

 

Box 17

Folders:

1          Notes--miscellaneous  1972-1973, n.d.

2          Study guides--miscellaneous, n.d.

3          Work Study Programs 1973, n.d.

4          Work Group membership lists Feb. 1971-Nov. 1974, n.d.

5  Miscellaneous 1975, n.d.

6  Mental Health Group 1969, 1975, n.d.

7  Music

8  Music, Holly Near in concert 1975, 1976

9  National Outreach

National Outreach Incoming Correspondence:

10        Mar.-Dec. 1973

11        Jan.-Dec. 1974, n.d.

12  Pregnancy Testing, 1971-1974, n.d.

13  Prison Project  1973-1974, n.d.

14  Rock Band  1972, 1974, n.d.

15  “Secret Storm” n.d.

16  Self defense, n.d.

17  Sister’s Center and Rape Crisis Line  1972-1974, n.d.

18  South Chicago, Liberation Movement, n.d.

 

Box 18

Folders:

1  Southside Dance workshop, n.d.

2  Southside Women’s Liberation Center  1970

Speakers Bureau:

3          1970-1974, n.d.

4          Mailing list

Speakers request forms:

5-6       1970

7          1971-1972

8          1974

9          1975-1976

Study groups:

10        Labor/History of the Left  1977, n.d.

11        Marxist Analysis of Women, n.d.

12  University of Chicago Chapter, n.d.

13  Women’s Graphics Collective  1974, n.d.

14  Women’s Prison Project, n.d.

15  Workshops--various, n.d.

 

Series 5.  Publications  1954, 1967-1977

Publications produced by the CWLU:

Newsletters:

CWLU Newsletter:

Box 19

Folders:

1  Background information  1971

2  Press releases/articles  1975-1976, n.d.

3  1969 (?)--Dec. 1970

4  Jan.-Dec. 15, 1971

5  Jan.-Dec. 20, 1972

6  Jan. 5-Dec. 1973

7  Jan.-Dec. 1974

8  Jan.-Dec. 1975

9  Feb.-Oct. 1976

10  Jan1977, n.d.

 

Box 20

Folders:

Blazing Star:

1          Background information/correspondence  1976-1977, n.d.

2          June 1976 & Mar. 1977

Secret Storm

3          Background informant/correspondence  1975, n.d.

4          Nov. 1973-Jan. 1975, n.d.

Newspapers/periodicals:

Womankind (CWLU):

5          Advertising/distribution  1972

6          Articles, various  1972, n.d.

7          Background information, n.d.

8          Bank statements  1971-1972

9          Correspondence  July 1971-Apr. 1973, n.d.

10-11   Minutes  Sept. 1971-July 1972

12        July 1972-Jan. 1973

13        Feb.-Sept. 1973

14        Pamphlet, Chicago Women’s Liberation Union, n.d.

 

Publications purchased and sold by the CWLU:

Box 21

Folders:

1          CLUW Literature Orders  1971-1972

2          1973-1974

3          Bibliographies for Women’s Liberation Movement  196971

4          Notes & correspondence  1969

Publications sold a the offices:

5          A-B  1969-1972

6          C-E  1967-1971

7          F-G  1969-1974

8          M-P  1954

9          R  1967-1971

 

Box 22

Folders:

1          S-V  1971-1973

2          W-Z, n.d.

3          Periodicals sold at the office  1974

4          Publications, Miscellaneous, n.d.

 

Series 6.  Topical files  1968-1976

Box 22 continued

Folders:

5  Abortion 1968-1970

6  Abortion 1968-1973

7  Abortion 1971

 

Box 23

Folders:

1-2  Abortion 1972

3-4  Abortion 1973-1974

5  Abortion, n.d.

6  Association to Repeal Abortion Laws, n.d.

7  Abortion Coalition 1967-1971

8  Abortion Coalition, n.d.

9  Angola  1975-1976, n.d.

10  Arts/music clippings  1971-1972

11  Birth control  1973

12  Black Panther Party 1972

13  Black women, n.d.

14  Chile, n.d.

15  China 1969-1971

16  Churches, Women and the 1970-1971, n.d.

17  College Women 1970-1971

18  Consumes (National Consumers’ Union)  1969-1971

19  Cuba  1976

20  Daycare 1970-1972, n.d.

 

Box 24

Folders:

1          Action Committee for Decent childcare  1970-1975, n.d.

2  Divorce  1971-1974, n.d.

3  Education  1972-1975, n.d.

4  Elections  1972-1973, n.d.

    Equal rights Amendment:

5          1972-1974

6          1975-1977

7          n.d.

8          Pamphlets

9  Farm Boycott  1974, 1976, n.d.

10  Gay/Lesbian Rights  1971

Health:

11        1970-1973

12        1974-1977

13        n.d.

14        Newsclippings, 1973, n.d.

15        Pamphlets, n.d.

 

Box 25

Folders:

History, women in:

2          1970-1976

2          n.d.

3  Impeach President Nixon  1973-1974, n.d.

4  Jewish women, n.d.

5          1968-1971

6          1972-1976

7          n.d.

8          Newsclippings  1973, n.d.

            Pamphlets:

9          1968-1971

10        1972-1974, n.d.

11  Laos  1968

 

Box 26

Folders:

1  Law and the Arts  1976

    Law, women and the:

2          1970-1972

3          1974-1976, n.d.

    Lesbianism:

4          1970-1976

5          n.d.

    Newsclippings on various issues:

6          1973, n.s.

7          1974, n.d.

Philippines  1975

Playboy:

9          “The Playboy Philosophy”  parts 1-4  1962-1965

10        Various articles/notes  1970-1971, n.d.

11  Poetry, n.d.

Pollution:

12        First National Congress on Optimum Population & Environment  1970

13        1970-1972, n.d.

14  Prisoners, political and other (women)    1969-1975

 

Box 27

Folders:

1  Prisoners, Political and other (women), n.d.

2  Puerto Rico  1972-1974

3  Racism, n.d.

4  Radical groups, various  1968-1975, n.d.

Rape:

5          1971-1975, n.d.

6          Inez Garcia case  1974, n.d.

7          Bi-lingual Rape Forums  1976

8          Newsclippings  1973, n.d.

9  Repression, Alliance to End  1974-1976, n.d.

10 Religious Groups--Grace church and various groups  1972, n.d.

11  Self defense, n.d.

12  Sex  1968-1973

13-14  Socialist Feminism, n.d.

15  Soviet Union  1969

16  Sports, n.d.

17  Symbionese Liberation Army (SLA)  1974, n.d.

18  Tanzania, n.d.

19  Third World Women 1966-1976

 

Box 28

Folders:

1  Third World Women, n.d.

Vietnam:

2          1970-1977

3          n.d.

4  Welfare  1969-1971, n.d.

5  Women’s Abuse Coalition  1975-1976, n.d.

Women’s Liberation Movement:

Articles (alphabetical by author):

6          A-C

7          Dixon, Marlene

8          D

9          F-I

10        J-K

11        L-N

 

Box 29

Folders:

1          P-R

2          S-Z

3          Background information, n.d.

4          Bibliography  1968-1972

5          History  1969-1974

6          Miscellaneous articles/fliers  1968-1974

 

Box 30

Folders:

Newsclippings:

1-2       1969-1973

2          Miscellaneous, n.d.

4          Miscellaneous, n.d.

5          Notes on Women’s Liberation  1970

Women’s Studies:

            Course Descriptions:

6          Radical feminist classes  1971-1975, n.d.

7          Various syllabi/reading lists  1970-1972, n.d.

8          Miscellaneous, n.d.

            Newsletters:

9          Center for Women’s Studies & Services  Sept. 1973-Jan. 1975

10        Various, n.d.

 

Box 31

Folders:

1          Publications, various  1971-1973, n.d.

            Schools, United States:

2          B-C  1970-1974, n.d.

3          G-I  1975, 1984, n.d.

4          L-O  1970-1977, n.d.

5          S-Z  1970-1972, n.d.

6          Schools, foreign  1974

7  Wounded Knee Committee  1974

 

Series 7.  Regional files  1968-1976

Box 32

Folders:

1  Alabama  1972

2  Arizona, n.d.

3  California  1969-1970

4          1971

5          Jan.-Aug. 1972

6          Oct.-Dec. ;1972

7          1973

8          Berkeley/Oakland Women’s’ Union  1974

9          Center for Women’s Studies and Services at San Diego  1973-1974

 

Box 33

Folders:

1-2       Miscellaneous women’s groups publications  1970-1976

3  Chicago  1971-1976

4          Chicago Women Against Rape  1970-1975

5          Women’s Liberation groups  1969

6  Colorado  1971-1972

7  Connecticut  1969-1972

8          Miscellaneous Women’s groups  1973-1975

9          New Haven Liberation newsletter  1973-1976

 

Box 34

Folders:

1  Florida  1973

2  Georgia, n.d.

3  Hawaii 1972

4  Idaho  1974

5  Illinois  1974

6  Indiana  1970-1972

7  1973-1974

8  Iowa  1971-1973

9  Kentucky  1971

10  Louisiana  1972-1973

 

Box 35

Folders:

1  Maryland  1970-1973

2          n.d.

3  Massachusetts  1968-May 1972

4          June-Dec. 1972

5          1973

6          1974-1975, n.d.

 

Box 36

Folders:

1  Michigan  1970-1973

2  Minnesota  1970-1975

3          n.d.

4          Coop Movement--Twin Cities  1976

5          The Exchange  1973-1974

6          Lesbian Resource Center  1973-1975

7          New American Movement  Apr. 1972-May 1973

8                      June-Dec. 1973

9                      Jan. 1974-July 1975

 

Box 37

Folders:

1          New American Movement, n.d.

2          Twin Cities Women’s Union  1975, n.d.

3                      Newsletters  1972-July 1974

4                      August 1974-1976

5  Miscellaneous, n.d.

6  Missouri  1970-1974

7  New Hampshire  1971

8  New Jersey  1971-1974

 

Box 38

Folders:

1  New Mexico  1971-1973

2  New York  1970-1971

3          Jan.-Aug. 1972

4          Sept.-Nov. 1972

5          1973

6          1974-1976, n.d.

7          New York Women’s Health & Abortion Project  1971

8          Quash  1974-1975

9          Venceremos  1974-1975

10        Women’s Liberations Center of Nassau County-“The Liberated Grapevine” 1973-1976

 

Box 39

Folders:

1  North Carolina  1971-1975

2  Ohio  1970-1973

3          Dayton Women’s Liberation  1973-1975

4          The Peacemaker  1972

5  Oregon  1973-1974

6  Pennsylvania  1970-July 1971

7          Dec. 1971-73

8          1974, n.d.

9  Rhode Island  1971

10  South Carolina, n.d.

11  South Dakota  1972

12  Tennessee  1973-1974

13  Texas  1971

14  Vermont  1972

15  Virginia  1971-1973

16  Washington, D. C.  1969-1971

17        1972

 

Box 40

Folders:

1  Washington, D.C. 1973

2          1974-1976, n.d.

3          Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)--EPA Citizens’ Bulletin Sept. 1971-Nov. 1972

4          Environmental News (Pamphlets included) May-June 1972

5          National Organization of Women  1971

6          Project on the Status & Education of Women  1973-1976

7  Washington  1970-1974

8  Wisconsin  1971-Feb. 1972

 

Box 41

Folders:

March 1972-1974, n.d.

International:

2  Canada  1968-1973

3  England  1970-1972

4  Ireland  1972

5  Italy  1970-1971

6  Miscellaneous, n.d.

 

Boxes 42-43 are CLOSED TO RESEARCHERS

Box 42  Mailing Lists

 

Box 43  Staff applications:

1  1970-1973

2  1974-1976

3, n.d.