M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives

ARCHIVES OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS AND POLICY

Finding Aid for the
NATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR WOMEN (NOW), NEW YORK STATE CHAPTER

RECORDS, 1966-1988
(APAP-029)

For reference queries contact M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives Reference staff

Finding Aid Compiled by
K. Kiebuzinski and A. Lewis
1988
C. Morrison
1990
A. Stillman
1995
Dorothy Christiansen, Rita Mignacca, Mary Osielski and Geoffrey Williams
1997







M. E. Grenander Department of Special Collections & Archives 
University Libraries / University at Albany / State University of New York 
1400 Washington Avenue / Albany, New York 12222 / (518) 437-3935


VOLUME: 23.75 cubic feet

ACQUISITION: All items in this manuscript group were donated to the University Libraries, M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives by NOW-NYS in 1987. Additional accessions were received from the Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America in 1996, 1999, and 2004. An accession of 30 cubic feet, which is not yet described, was transferred to the Department in April-May 2004.

ACCESS: Access to membership lists in Series 2 is restricted. All other series are unrestricted. Consult a staff member for further details.

COPYRIGHT: The researcher assumes full responsibility for conforming with the laws of copyright. Whenever possible, the M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives will provide information about copyright owners and other restrictions, but the legal determination ultimately rests with the researcher. Requests for permission to publish material from this collection should be discussed with the Head of Special Collections and Archives.


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Administrative History

Scope and Content Note

Series Descriptions

Box and Folder List:


NOW-New York State
Administrative History

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The New York State Chapter of the National Organization for Women, the first state chapter to be chartered in the United States, was founded on February 6, 1967.  The New York State Chapter has the same purpose as the National Organization: to bring women into full participation in the mainstream of American society in order to exercise all privileges and responsibilities in an equal partnership with men.  This purpose includes equal rights and responsibilities in all aspects of citizenship, public service, employment, education, and family life, as well as freedom from discrimination because of age, marital status, sexual preference, and parenthood. [1]

In 1974 NOW-New York State adopted by-laws defining the constituent element of its structure which consisted of members, member chapters, State Council, State Executive Committee, State Council Committees, State Task Forces, and the State Convention.  The New York Chapter is overseen by the Executive Committee, made up of bi-annually elected officers who are composed of the President, Executive Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, and three members whose portfolio was to be determined. [2] The revised 1976 by-laws defined the responsibilities of the three additional Executive Committee members and created two new positions: Vice-President of Membership, Vice-President for Legislation, Financial Vice-President, Vice-President of Public Information, and the Chairperson of the State Council.  The Executive Committee forms the decision-making body at State Council meetings.  The State Council is made up of two delegates from each local Chapter of the New York State Chapter, the Executive Committee Officers, and State Task Force heads. The State Council meets at least three times a year in Albany.  The Albany Area Chapter was formed in January 1972, and subsequently became the central office for New York State.

The Chairperson of the State Council presides over the Council meetings, while the president presides at all State Executive Committee meetings and at the State Convention.

The State Convention is the general membership assembly of New York, responsible for formulation of general policy and program priorities.  State Task Forces are approved and appointed by the Executive Committee. [3]

NOW-New York State Presidents

Eileen Kelly, 1974-77
Zelle Andrews, 1977-1979
Sheila Molnar Feiger, 1979-82
Theresa Bergen, 1982-84
Noreen Connell, 1984-1988
Marilyn Fitterman, 1988-1992
Sharon Fawly, 1992-1996
Lois Shapiro Canter, 1996-2000
Kathryn Lake Mazierski, 2000-2004
Marcia Pappas, 2004-

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1. NOW-NYS Chapter By-laws, 1976, folder Bylaws, 1976-77, President's Subject Files.
2. NOW-NYS Bylaws (adopted November, 1974), folder State Council, 1973-74, State Council Meetings series.
3. NOW-NYS Chapter By-laws, 1976


NOW-New York State
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The records of NOW-New York State, founded in February, 1967, span the years 1966-88 with the bulk of information dating from 1974.  Found in the records are minutes of meetings, correspondence, amicus briefs, programs, cassettes, and feminist literature arranged in the following record series: State Council Meetings (1974-88), President's Subject Files (1968-88), Issues Files (1966-85), Lobbyists' Files (1976-88), Mailing Lists (1982-84), Chapter Newsletters (1982-84), and a Feminist Publications Collection (1966-85).  Conspicuously absent from the records are files from the early  years of the organization; also there are no State Council chairs' files or Executive Committee records.  NOW-NYS has concentrated on educational and political activities both for and on behalf of women and women's rights.

The activities of the New York Chapter include, but are not limited to, such areas as lobbying at the State Capitol; monitoring the State Education Department to insure compliance with Title IX which forbids sex discrimination in schools; working in the area of domestic violence and battered women; monitoring the Division of Human Rights to determine whether women are fairly represented in employment discrimination complaints; working to preserve historic sites which have significance to women; helping women enter the work force for the first time; and lobbying for lesbian and reproductive rights.

NOW-NYS consistently shows a concern for women and for education, a term which can refer to grade levels from kindergarten through college; to concerns within the educational system such as equality, sexism, discrimination in textbooks (1970-75); to programs such as Project Move or Project Voice (1981) or the displaced homemakers' programs of the later 1980s.  It appears that the educational focus expanded from white collar to blue collar issues in the 1980s.  The organization has a two-pronged education plan:  to inform its members, and other women and men, about women's issues and rights through both educational and political avenues; and to prepare women to exercise those rights through job training programs and the like.

The organization has a Vice-President for Legislation who is involved in lobbying efforts in Albany.  Legislative issues of concern to the organization are clearly identified.  The topics become more specific and focused as the organization matures.  For example, marriage and divorce issues of the early 1980s become more specifically identified as issues such as orders of protection and imposed joint custody and surrogate parenting in the later 1980s.  Concerns expand from equal employment (1972-75) to pay equity (1984-88).  The Equal Rights Amendment (1972-88, with gaps) was regularly addressed.

Some issues have been on-going concerns.  Women's rights in the areas of health care and of marriage, divorce, child custody, reproduction, and domestic relations head the list of family oriented matters.  In the area of employment, the organization has pursued job discrimination, sex discrimination, and pay inequalities.  In various years NOW-NYS has tackled social issues including women against women (1971-74); toys and toymakers 1971-74); television portrayals of women (1973-74); prostitution (1975-76) lesbian and gay rights (1978-83); pornography, sexual assault and battering (1983-88); homelessness by divorce (1984-85).


NOW-New York State
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Series 1: State Council Meetings, 1974-1988, 1.33 cubic feet. Arranged alphabetically by subject.

The State Council Meetings include meeting minutes, cassette recordings of some State Council meetings, memoranda, agendas, correspondence, bylaws, meeting registration lists, newsletters, and some State Convention and State Executive Committee minutes. The State Council Meetings document the structure, function, and activities of the state and local chapters, issues of concern to NOW-NYS on subjects ranging from abortion to education, and provide insight into the running of this state-wide women's network.

Series 2: President's Subject Files, 1968-1988, 12 cubic feet. Arranged alphabetically by subject for a specific year or group of years. Multi-year folders are grouped by the first year in the folder.

The President's Subject Files of the New York State Chapter of the National Organization for Women include internal and external correspondence, amicus briefs, memoranda, news releases, mailings, newsletters, pamphlets, booklets, minutes, agendas, financial reports, membership lists, by-laws, cassettes, etc. The President's Subject Files document the structure, function, and activities of the state and local chapters; present issues of concern to NOW-NYS on subjects including abortion and reproductive rights (1975-88), battered women and domestic violence (1976-88), Bork nomination (1987-88), education (including educational opportunities for women, sexual discrimination, etc.) (1975-83), and subsequently job training and displaced homemakers program (1983-88), Equal Rights Amendment (1976-88, with gaps), employment (1968-73), feminization of poverty (1982), homelessness by divorce (1986), lesbian and gay rights (1978-83), marriage and divorce (1979-88), parental leave (1987), pay equity (1987), sex discrimination (1979-80, 1985), sexual harrassment (1987), surrogate parenting (1987-88), task forces (1971-87) on the following: consciousness raising (1980-81), domestic relations law (1978-83), education (1981-82), employment (1981), marriage and divorce (1981), pornography, sexual assault and battering (1983-88); and provide an account of lobbying and legislative issues promoted by NOW. Correspondents include NOW-NYS presidents and officials, NOW-NYS chapter leaders, political candidates and politicians, state officials, etc.

Series 3: Issues File, 1966-1985, 5 cubic feet. Arranged alphabetically by subject.

The NOW-NYS Issues series contains journal articles, newspaper clippings, feminist literature and bibliographies, legislative and task force memoranda, committee and research reports, newsletters, leaflets and fliers of other feminist organizations, feminist art, correspondence with NOW-NYS presidents, testimony at public hearings and legal proceedings, posters and announcements of events, state and federal laws and proposed bills relating to discrimination and gender bias in education (1972-82), labor (1970-82), and politics (1973-85), abortion (1970-85), women's health care (1973-1981) and birth control issues (1973-82), domestic relations (1981-85), older women and aging (1971-1983), the Equal Rights Amendment (1971-82), lesbian and gay rights (1987-81), and the women's movement in general (1971-85).

Series 4: Lobbyist Files, 1972-1988, 2.7 cubic feet. Arranged alphabetically by subject for a specific year or group of years.

The NOW-NYS Lobbyists' files contain correspondence, lobbyists' notes on contacts with politicians and other lobbying groups, testimony, depositions from public hearings, bill proposals, and memoranda relating to the women's liberation movement in New York. Issues covered include NOW-NYS's responses to legislative bills concerning employment, abortion, child abuse, domestic violence, gay and lesbian rights, marriage and divorce, rape prevention, reproductive rights, and sex equity in education. Correspondents include the lobbyists and NOW-NYS presidents, and Barbara T Rochman, the NOW-NYS V.P. for lobbying 1984-88.

Series 5: Mailing Lists, 1982-1984, 2.0 cubic feet. Arranged in chronological order.

Computer printouts of mailing lists of NOW-NYS arranged by zip code and alphabetically thereunder.

Series 6: Chapter Newsletter File, 1982-1984, 1.0 cubic feet. Arranged alphabetically by local chapter name and chronologically thereunder.

Contains local and NYS Chapter newsletters. Some runs are incomplete. Only the Albany Chapter newsletters are deposited on a regular basis.

Series 7: Feminist Publications Collection, 1966-1985, 1.5 cubic feet. Arranged alphabetically by title and chronologically thereunder.

The NOW-NYS Feminist Publications Collection series contains periodicals and journals issued by a wide range of women's and feminist groups. Feminist publications include Speak Out (1972-77), Off Our Backs (1971-79), the Spokeswoman (1970-77), Hera (1975), and Majority Report (1972-79), dealing with gay and lesbian rights, reproductive rights, abortion, rape and radical political ideology. The series also includes periodicals dealing with reproductive health care and civil rights such as Family Planning/Population Reporter (1975-77), Response to Violence in the Family (1979-81), and Perspectives (1980-81), a civil rights quarterly. Some periodical runs are incomplete and there are two folders of miscellaneous single issue publications. It is doubtful that NOW-NYS had a formal feminist publications collection; however, such a large quantity of feminist publications were found among the boxes processed that it was decided to organize these publications into a separate series.


NOW-New York State
Box and Folder List

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Series 1: State Council Meeting Files, 1974-1988

Box 1

State Council Meetings, 1974
  Includes New York State bylaws adopted Nov. 1974.
State Council Meetings, 1975
State Council Meetings--Folder 1, 1976
  Includes newsletter announcing "First full-fledged NOW New York State convention",  Dec.4-5,1976.
State Council Meetings--Folder 2, 1976
State Council Meetings--Agenda, 1975-76
   Includes "A Women's Bill of Rights--1976", an act (s9076/a11555, Mar 25, 1976) concerning domestic relations law, a summary of NOW-NYS 1975 Council activities.
State Council--Miscellaneous, 1977-79
   Includes 1978 NOW-NYS legislative program.
State Council Meetings, Dec 1976-July 1977
State Council Meetings, Sept-Nov 1977
State Executive and Council Meetings, 1977
State Council Meetings--Agenda, 1977-78
State Council Meetings--Attendance, 1977-78
State Executive Committee Meetings, 1977-78
State Council Meetings, Jan 1978-May 1979
State Council Meetings, 1977-79
State Council Meetings, 1979
State Council Meetings, April-July, 1979
   Includes resume and two testimonies of Lorna Rissier Bernard, Emergency Fuel Office Counsel; testimony   by John Edwards, Deputy Director, NYS Emergency Fuel Office (1976).
State Council Meetings, Aug-Sept 1979
   Includes Model Chapter Bylaws, NOW, adopted Feb 25, 1978; resolutions to be considered at the 1979 National Conference.
State Council Meetings, Sept-Nov 1979
   Includes articles about Margaret Sanger in Celebration in Poughkeepsie Journal,   Sept. 9, 1979.
State Council Meetings (Cassettes), July 19-20, 1980
State Council Meetings (Cassettes), Sept 13-14, 1980
State Council Meetings (Cassettes), Nov 8-9, 1980
State Council Meetings--Folder 1, 1980
State Council Meetings--Folder 2, 1980
State Council--Miscellaneous, 1980
State Council Meetings, 1980-81
State Council Meetings--Folder 1, 1981
  Includes 1981 legislative program.
State Council Meetings--Folder 2, 1981
State Council Meetings (Cassettes), Jan 10-11, 1981
State Council Meetings (Cassettes), March 14-15, 1981

Box 2

State Council Meetings (Cassettes), May 3, 1981
State Council Meetings--Attendance Lists, 1979-82
State Council Meetings--Folder 1, 1982
State Council Meetings--Folder 2, 1982
State Council Meetings, 1983
  Includes NOW-NYS Bylaws [ undated]
State Council Meetings, 1984
  Includes memo from Lillian Kozak, chair NOW-NYS Domestic Relations Task Force
  to all members opposing Bill a4824/s3785 regarding denial of wives' rights in
  vested but unmatured pensions; information about NOW-NYS convention Apr 7,
   1984.
State Council Meetings, 1985
State Council Meetings, 1986
State Council Meetings, 1987
State Council Meetings, 1988


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Series 2: President's Subject Files, 1966-1988

Box 1

Albany Area Now, 1972-75
Bank statements--Security Trust, 1974-1977
Bylaws, 1974-1978
By-laws & National Officers, 1973
By-laws (NYS), 1974 & Pennsylvania, 1973
Chapters
      Albany, 1972
      Central New York, 1972
      Elizabeth Cady Stanton (Seneca Falls), 1974
      Erie County Surburban Chapter, 1973-74
      Finger Lakes, 1974
      Genesee Valley (Rochester), 1974
      Glens Falls, 1974
      Jamestown, 1974
      Jefferson County, 1973
      Knolls, 1974
      Liverpool, 1974
      Mid-Hudson, 1974
      Newburgh (Orange County Feminist Union), 1974
      Northern Chautauqua, 1974
      Oneonta (Delaware County), 1974
      Orleans County, 1974
      Plattsburgh, 1974
            Includes the minutes of Chapter Meetings, 1972-75.
      Schenectady, 1974
      Staten Island (Richmond), 1974
      South Shore, 1974
      Suffolk, 1974
      Troy, 1974 RESTRICTED
Chapters, Applications & Lists of Meetings Conveniened, 1972-74
Chapters, Organization of, 1974
Chapters, Organization of, and By-laws, 1972-76
Compliance with Equal Employment Opportunities Act, 1971
Conferences, 1973-77
Do It Now, 1971-74
Education, 1968-1972
Education, 1973-75
Elections--National NOW, 1974
Elections--National NOW, 1974-75
Employment, 1968-73
Employment--Manual, [ undated]
Forms, [ undated]
Graham, Judy (National Business Manager), 1974-76
Latino American Committees established, [ca. 1974]
Mailing list, [ undated] Mailings from National Office, 1971-74
Membership print-out, 1974 RESTRICTED
Mid-Hudson Chapter NOW news releases, 1974
Miscellaneous, 1970-74
Molnar, Sheila, 1973-75
National Board, 1971-75
National Office, 1973-74
National Women's Day, Aug. 26, 1970-74
New York City Chapter NOW news releases, 1973-74
News Releases and Programs, 1970-81
Organizational Guide & Information, 1970-74

Box 2
1966-77 (cont.)

Pennsylvania NOW, 1973
Queens Chapter NOW news releases, 1974
Resolutions, 1966, 1970, 1974
Staten Island Chapter NOW news releases, 1974
Suffolk N.O.W.  Chapter news releases, 1974
Task force heads, 1971
Task forces, 1971-74
Treasury--Laura Rosman, 1974

1975

Abortion, 1975
Albany Area NOW, 1975
Alice Doesn't--women's strike, 1975
Assertiveness training, June, 1975
Chapters, 1975
Chapters, 1975-76
Child Care, 1975
Correspondence, outgoing, 1975
Do It NOW, 1975
Education, 1975
Executive Committee correspondence, 1975-76
Law suits, 1975
Legal Policy and Guide, 1975
Legislative Office, 1975
Majority caucus, 1975
Media reform, 1975
Membership, 1975
Miscellaneous, 1975
National Office, l975
Rape, 1975
Regional Conference--Philadelphia, 1975
Resolutions, 1975
State Conference--Mailing lists, 1975
State Conference--Ossining, 1975
State Conference packet, 1975
State Council, 1975
Stockholder's action, 1975
Task forces, 1975
Treasurer's Report, 1975-76
Women's Unit--Executive Chamber, 1975

1976

Andrews Zelle, 1976
Andrews, Zelle, 1976-78
Battered Women, 1976-77
By-laws, 1976-1977
Chapters, 1976-80
Democratic National Convention, 1976
Do It Now, 1976
Eastern Region State Coordinators, 1976
Equal Rights Amendment, 1976
Graham, Judy (Business Manager), 1976
Lists--chapters, delegates, etc., 1976-1978 RESTRICTED
Membership, at-large, 1976-80 RESTRICTED
Membership dues, 1976

RESTRICTED

Box 3
1976 (cont.)

Miscellaneous, 1976
National NOW Board, 1976
National NOW Conference, 1976
Newsletters, 1976-77
Press clippings, 1976
Reproduction, 1976
Resolutions, 1976
Task forces, 1976
Treasurer's reports, 1976

1977-78

Abortion, 1977-78
Battered women, 1977-79
Budget, 1977-78
Budget, 1977-1980
Budget, dues, forms, 1977-80
Carey, Gov. U. L.--Endorsement, 1978
Central New York Chapter, 1978-81
Chapters, 1978-80
Conferences, conventions, 1977-78
Convenor's kit, circ. 1978
Cornell University Chapter [Dialogue], 1978-79
Correspondence, incoming--NOW individuals, 1978-81
Correspondence, incoming--non-NOW organizations, 1978-82
Correspondence, outgoing--non-NOW organizations, 1978-81
Crises mail, 1978-79
Do It Now, 1977
Domestic Relations Law Task Force, 1978-83
Dues transmittal forms, 1977-80
East End, Chapter [Voices], 1978-80
Education Task Force, 1977
Elections--National NOW, 1977-78
Employment Task Force, 1977-78
Employment Task Force, 1978-80
Equal Rights Amendment, 1977-78
Human Rights, Division of, 1977-78
Legislation, 1977-78
Legislative Gazette, 1978-79
Legislative issues, 1978-80
Legislative package, 1978
Lesbian rights, 1978
Long Island Chapter [Nassau], 1978-82

Box 4
1977-78 (cont.)

Mailings, 1978-80
Membership inquiries, 1978-80
Membership lists, 1978-80
Miscellaneous, 1977-78
National Institute of Education--Curriculum Development, 1977
National NOW information, 1977-81
NOW New York State [newsletters], 1977-78

1978 (cont.)

Office space business, 1978
Political endorsements, 1977-78
Reproduction, 1977-78
Sex discrimination, 1976-78
Task forces, 1977
Teenage pregnancy, 1977
Utica chapter, 1978-79
Vouchers paid, 1978
Women's Landmark Preservation Committee, 1977-78

1979

Albany Office, 1979-81
Alcoholism, 1979
American Association of University Women, 1979
Audit Committee Report, 1979
Budget, 1979
Buffalo Chapter, 1979-82
By-laws, 1979
Central New York Chapter, 1979-82
Chapters, 1979
Chapters, 1979-82
Child Care Coordinating Council, Inc. 1979
Comprehensive Employment and Training Act, 1979-80
Concerted Effort, Inc. 1979
Conference--Resolutions, Jun 23-24, 1979
Correspondence, incoming--non NOW individuals, 1979-81
Correspondence, outgoing--National NOW, 1979-81
Correspondence, outgoing--non-NOW individuals, 1979-81
Correspondence, outgoing--NOW individuals, 1979-82
Crank file, 1979-82
Family violence, 1979
Feiger, Sheila Molnar, 1979
Feiger, Sheila Molnar, 1979-80
Finances, 1979-81
Grievance, Alpert vs. Larsen, 1979
Legislative packet, 1979
Lesbian Rights, 1979-80

Box 5
1979 (cont.)

Lesbian Rights, 1979-81
Lesbian Rights Task Force, 1979-80
Lobby Day, 1979
Lobbying and legislation, 1979
Lobbying and legislation, 1979-80
Matrimonial legislation, 1979-80
Middletown Chapter, 1979-81
Miscellaneous [ undated]
National correspondence, 1979-80
NOW Material order forms, 1979-81
Resolutions, 1979
Sex discrimination--Varner, Hazel case, 1979
State Regional Legislative meetings, Feb 1979
Southern Westchester Chapter, 1979-82
Workshop information, 1979

1980

Bylaws, 1980
Chapter development, 1980
Citizen's Party, 1980
Conferences, conventions, 1980
Consciousness Raising Task Force, 1980-81
Elections--NYS NOW, 1980
Equal Rights Amendment, 1980
Feiger, Sheila Molnar, 1980-81
Greater Syracuse Chapter, 1980-82
Holtzman, Elizabeth--campaign [for District Attorney], 1980-81
Human Rights, Division of, 1980
Internal NOW correspondence, 1980-81
Legislative packet, 1980
Lobby Day, 1980
Lobbying and legislation, 1980
Mailing lists, 1980-81
Matrimonial legislation, 1980
Miscellaneous, 1980
Mohawk Valley Chapter, 1980-82
National Advisory Council on Women's Educational Programs, 1980
New York State Nurses Association, 1980
Organization of Women for Legal Awareness, 1980
Organization of Women Ministers, 1980
Political Action Committee, 1980-83
Political endorsements, 1980
Press releases, 1980-81
Professional Women in NYS, 1980
Project on the Status and Education of Women, 1980
Rockland County Chapter, 1980
Rockland County Chapter, 1980-81
Saratoga Chapter, 1980-82
Sex discrimination in education, 1980
State Council Meeting, Jan. 12-13, 1980
State Council Meeting, Mar. 22-23, 1980
State Council Meeting, May 3-4, 1980
Task forces, 1980
White House Indepartmental Task Force on Women, 1980

1981

Ambach, Gordon [Commissioner of Education and President of SUNY]
Brooklyn Chapter, 1981-82
Budget, 1981

Box 6
1981 (cont.)

Budget, 1981-1982
Central New York Chapter, 1981-82
Chapters, 1981-82
Conference, May 15-17, 1981
Conference Implementation Committee, 1981, 1983
Education Task Force, 1981-82
Employment Task Force, 1981
Equal Rights Amendment, 1981
Equal Rights Amendment Walk-A-Thon, 1981
Lobby Day, Feb. 4, 1981
Lobbying, 1981
Mailings, 1981-82
Marriage and Divorce Task Force, 1981
Marriage and Divorce Task Force--meeting, Mar 7, 1981
Miscellaneous, 1981
New York Public Interest Research Group, 1981
New York Women's Sports Association, 1981
Political Action Committee, 1981
Reproductive Rights Task Force, 1981
Rockland County Chapter, 1981-82
Southern Westchester Chapter, 1981-82
Task forces, 1981-82, 1985
Well Woman Project, 1981

1982-83

Convention, Apr. 2-4, 1982
Education, 1982
Education, 1982-83
Elections, 1982
Feminization of poverty, 1982
Human Rights, Division of, 1982-84
Lobby Day, 1982
Lobby Day, 1983
Miscellaneous, 1982
Miscellaneous, 1983
Nassau Chapter, 1982
Reproductive rights, 1982
Reproductive Rights Task Force, 1983
 

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1977-88

Abortion Rights Action--Jan 18-21--National Vigil for Women's Lives, 1985
Ad Book, 1985
Advertising, 1986
Affirmative Action Bills, 1987
American Family Celebration, 1988
Amicus Briefs: Clubs, 1986-87
Amicus Briefs: Executive Order 50-AA, 1984-85
Amicus Briefs: Liberta--Marital Rape Exemption, 1984
Amicus Briefs: Marital Records, 1986
Amicus Briefs: NYS vs Emick (Wife Battering), 1983-84
Amicus Briefs: United States Power Squadrons, 1983
Amicus Briefs: Upper Hudson Valley Planned Parenthood & NYS Department of Health, 1985

Box 7
1977-78 (cont.):

Amsterdam Custody Case, 1986
Appointments Coalition--Folder 1, 1983
Appointments Coalition--Folder 2, 1983
Automation, 1984
Battered Women--Hospital Follow-ups, 1986
Bork, Robert--Clippings, 1987
Bork, Robert--Correspondence About, 1987
Bork, Robert--Literature, 1971, 1978, 1985, 1987
Bork, Robert--NOW & Coalitions, 1987
Bork, Robert--Original Mailings, 1987
Bork, Robert--Study, 1987
Brawley, Tawana, 1988
Brochures (Old), [  ]
Bronx Chapter NOW, 1984
Budget Crisis, 1984
Budget--Treasurer's Reports, 1983-84
Budget--Treasurer's Reports, 1984
Budgets, 1983-87
Buffalo Chapter NOW, 1984
Caregiving--Testimony on, 1988
Central New York Chapter Presidnet Peggy L. Murray, 1988
Centralized dues collection, 1979, 1981-82
Chapter Development, 1980-81
Chapter Development, 1984
Chapter Letter, 1984
Chapter Renewal Monetary Report, 1982-84, 1988
Chapter Reports, 1987-88
Chapters Abroad (Military), 1983
Child Custody Issues, 1985-87
Child Custody Speakout, 1984-86 Child Support, 1985-88
Civil Rights Abuse Complaint: Esther Shapiro, 1985
Civil Rights Restoration Act, 1985
Coalition for Fair Domestic Relations Laws--Lobby Day, 1986
Coalition of Free Men - Transitions [newsletter], 1987
Complaints--Individual, 1987-88
Correspondence, 1984
Correspondence, 1985
Correspondence--Folder 1, 1986
Correspondence--Folder 2, 1986
Correspondence, 1987
Correspondence--Folder 1, 1988
Correspondence--Folder 2, 1988

Box 8

1977-88 (cont.)

Department of Education, 1986-88
Discrimination Complaints: Benton, Marie, 1985
Discrimination Complaints: Bobal, Gail, 1984-85
Discrimination Complaints: Kenna, Laurie, 1985
Discrimination Complaints: Lavigne, Marianne, 1985
Discrimination Complaint: Nesbitt, Ellen, 1986
Discrimination Complaints: Smith, Christine, 1985
Divorce--Equitable Distribution & Other Financial Issues, 1984-88
Domestic Violence--Diane Pikul, 1988
Domestic Violence & Domestic Relations: Proposed Legislation, 1988
ERA--Folder 1, 1984
ERA--Folder 2, 1984
ERA, 1988
ERA--Discrimination Complaints, 1984-86
ERA--Friedan, Betty, 1986
ERA--PAC NOW-NYS--Folder 1, 1984-87
ERA--PAC NOW-NYS--Folder 2, 1984-87
ERA--Vermont, 1986
Every Woman Coalition, 1985
Facts on Women 1986, 1986
Federal Executive Order #11246AA, 1985
Feminization of Power, 1987
Fundraising, 1980-83
Fundraising--Direct Mail, 198?
Fundraising Ideas, 1982-83
Fundraising--National Fundraising Telephone Solicitation Kit, 1979
Fundraising--New York City, 1984
Fundraising--"Pork Roasts", 1984
Fundraising--President's Phone Solicitation, 1980-81
"Girls Can Do"--Interview Excerpts on Radio London & Radio 1 (Cassette), [1988]
Goldsmith, Judy--Breakfast (NOW National President), 1985
Greater Rochester NOW Chapter, 1988
Greater Syracuse Chapter, 1987, 1989
Greater Syracuse Chapter Presidents, Robert Seidenberg and Mary Ann Stone, 1987-88
Hiring, 1984-85
Holtzman, Liz--Defense, 1987
Homelessness by Divorce (Women & Children), 1984-85
Insurance, 1984-88
Insurance--Background, 1982-85
Insurance--NOW vs Metropolitan Life, 1985
Insurance--NOW vs Mutual of Omaha, 1984-86
Insurance--NYS Code, 1985-86
Insurance & Pension Sex Discrimination, 1983
Insurance Liability, 1984-85

Box 9
1977-88 (cont.)

Job Training Partnership Act--Folder 1, 1982-84
Job Training Partnership Act--Folder 2, 1982-84
Job Training Partnership Act--Folder 3, 1982-84
Jobs with Justice, 1988
Kennedy, Judge Anthony--Folder 1, 1987
Kennedy, Judge Anthony--Folder 2, 1987
Labor Law #220, 1985
Legislation, 1984
Legislation--Folder 1, 1987
Legislation--Folder 2, 1987
Legislation, 1988
Legislation (NYS)--Supported/Opposed by NOW-NYS, 1986
Legislative Achievements for Women in New York State: A 20-Year Retrospective, 1985
Legislative Program, 1983
Lesbian & Gay Rights: AIDS, 1986-87
Lesbian & Gay Rights: Bias Bill (Howard Beach), 1987-88
Lesbian & Gay Rights: Civil Rights Bill, 1987
Lesbian & Gay Rights: Correspondence, 1987
Lesbian & Gay Rights: Employment Contract--Joan Butcher, 1984
Lesbian & Gay Rights: Foster Care, 1985
Lesbian & Gay Rights: Fundraising, 1984, 1986-87
Lesbian & Gay Rights: Hate Crimes Statistics Bill, 1988
Lesbian & Gay Rights: Housing, 1985
Lesbian & Gay Rights: Lobbying, 1987
Lesbian & Gay Rights: Lobbyist Reports, 1986
Lesbian & Gay Rights: Local Ordinances, 1984, 1986
Lesbian & Gay Rights: NOW Job Descriptions, 1987
Lesbian & Gay Rights: NYC Executive Order #22, 1984
Lesbian & Gay Rights: Special Project Reports, 1987-88
Lesbian & Gay Rights: Staff Reports, Memos, etc, 1985
Lesbian & Gay Rights: Target State Proposal, National NOW & Veatch Program, 1985-86
Lobbyists' Reports, 1987
Long Island NOW - Nassua, Inc., 1980, 1987, 1991-92
Long Island Women's Coalition, 1983-84
Maternity Health Act, 1988
Mid-Suffolk NOW, 1987
Midwives, 1986
Monroe-Woodbury Bus Drivers, 1987
Mutual Orders of Protection Project, 1988
National Coalition of American Nuns, 1985
National March for Women's Lives--March 9, 1986
NOW National Conference, 1987
NOW New York City Chapter, 1984
NOW-NYS--Centralized Dues Collection, 1979, 1981-82
NOW-NYS Chapter Renewal Monetary Report, 1982-84, 1988
NOW-NYS Convention, 1987
NOW-NYS--Gotham Chapter, 1987-88
NOW-NYS International Feminist Study Tour--Mexico, 1987
NOW-NYS--National Central Dues Projections, 1980-81
NOW-NYS PAC, 1985
NOW-NYS State Conference, 1985
New York State and National NOW Membership Surveys, 1984-85
New York Temporary State Commission on Lobbying, 1982-83
Northern Chautaugua County NOW Chpater, 1986
Palisades Interstate Park Commission: Reform Proposal, 1984-85

Box 10

1977-88 (cont.)

Parental Leave, 1986-87
Park Project, Inc, (Hiring Practices of Palisades Interstate Park Commission), 1985
Paul, Rosina (Haitian Refugee), 1984
Pay Equity--NYC, 1987
Pay Equity--State, 1987
Pay Equity Rally--August 26, 1985
Phelps Dodge--Arizona Copper Strike, 1985
Political Action Committee--Folder 1, 1984-86
Political Action Committee--Folder 2, 1984-86
Political Action Committee--State Coordinators, 1986
Political Action Information, 1985
Political Endorsements, 1988
Postal Rate, 1984-87
Presidential Campaign, 1988
Regents, 1988
Reproductive Rights, 1984-88
Rollova, Marta, 1988
St Patrick's Day Stag Dinner, 1987
Schroeder, Congresswomen Pat, Presidential Campaign, 1987
Sexual Harassment, 1987
Speakers' Bureau, 1985
Staff, 1985
Suffolk Court House, 1986
"Surrogate" Parenting, 1987-88
Tag Day (Fundraising), 1986
Task Force Chairs, 1985
Task Force on Pornography, Sexual Assault & Battering--Folder 1, 1986-88
Task Force on Pornography, Sexual Assault & Battering--Folder 2, 1987-88
Task Force on Pornography, Sexual Assault & Battering--Folder 3, 1986-88
Task Force on Pornography, Sexual Assault & Battering--Folder 4, 1986-88
Task Force on Pornography, Sexual Assault & Battering--Folder 5, 1986-88
Task Force on Pornography, Sexual Assault & Battering--Folder 6, 1984-86
Task Force on Pornography, Sexual Assault & Battering--Folder 7, 1983-85
Task Force on Pornography, Sexual Assault & Battering--Folder 8, 1985-88
Task Force to Encourage Electoral Participation, 1987
Tax Proposals, 1987
Ulster NOW chapter, 1987
United Nations Conference on Disarmament and Development, 1987
University NOW, 1984
Veterans--Partridge, Jacquelyn A, 1986
Westchester NOW Chapter, 1987
"What Now" Forum (with two cassettes)--12/3/84
Women in the Courts, 1986-87
Women in the Courts II, 1988
Workmen's Compensation, 1985
Workmen's Compensation Set-aside, 1978-79, 1986-88


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Series 3: Issues Files, 1961-1985

Box 1

Abortion--Law and legislation, 1970-1982
Abortion--Moral and religious aspects, 1974-1976
Abortion--Personal narratives, 1975-1981
Abortion--Pro-Choice Movement, 1972-1977
Abortion--Pro-Choice Movement, 1978-1985
Abortion--Pro-Life Movement, 1971-1982
Abortion in the press, 1971-1985
Abused women, 1975-1985
Abzug, Bella (b.1920-   ), 1972-1976
Adoption and foster care, 1972-1976
Affirmative Action Programs, 1970-1973
Affirmative Action Programs, 1974-1982
Aged women, 1971-1976
Aged women, 1978-1983
Alcoholism, 1975-1979
Assertiveness training, 1972-1985
Birth control, 1973-1982
Birth control--Population control, 1975-1976
Birth control--Sterilization, 1974-1981
Child abuse, 1975-1980
Childbirth, 1975-1977
Child care, 1970-1982
Civil rights, 1974-1981
Comic books, strips, 1970-1978

Box 2

Computers,  1981,1984
Cuomo, Mario (b.1932-   ),  1982
Continuing education, 1961-1982
Discrimination in education, 1963-1972
Discrimination in education, 1973
Discrimination in education, 1974
Discrimination in education, 1975-1979
Discrimination in education, 1980-1985
Discrimination in education--By states, 1972-1981
Discrimination in education--Occupational training, 1964-1984
Discrimination in education--Occupational training, 1980-1981 (bound publications)
Discrimination in education--Occupational training, 1981-1982  (position papers)
Discrimination in education--Title IX, 1972-1982
Discrimination in education--Title XX, 1975
Discrimination in education--Textbook bias, 1965-1973
Discrimination in education--Textbook bias, 1974-1982

Box 3

Discrimination in employment, 1963-1969
Discrimination in employment, 1970-1971
Discrimination in employment, 1972
Discrimination in employment, 1973-1975
Discrimination in employment, 1976-1981
Discrimination in higher education, 1970-1976
Discrimination in higher education, 1977-1982
Divorce, 1970-1985
Divorce--Child support--Child custody, 1971-1985
Equal Rights Amendment, 1971-1976
Equal Rights Amendment, 1977-1982
Euthanasia (right to die), 1973-1976
Family, 1977-1980

Box 4

Family violence, 1976-1985
Feminists, 1970-1982
Feminist literature, 1970-1971
Feminist literature, 1972-1982
Feminist literature--bibliographies, 1970-1981
Genetics, 1972-1977
Handicapped, 1971-1978
Hearst, Patty ( b.1954-   ), 1971-1976
Housewives, 1971-1981
International Women's Year 1975, 1974-1976
Labor movement, 1970-1982
Lesbianism, 1970-1981
Miscellaneous, 1972-1982
MS Magazine, 1971-1974
New York State Education Department--Press releases, 1980
Nursing--Study and teaching, 1977-1979
Politics, 1973-1985
Prostitution, 1971-1979
Rape, 1971-1975
Rape, 1976-1981

Box 5

Sex discrimination against women, 1971-1977
Sexism in language, 1970-1979
Teenage pregnancy--teenage sex, 1975-1978
Toys--toymaking, 1971-1974
Witchcraft, 1974
Women--Health care, 1973-1981
Women--History, 1969-1985
Women--Mental health, 1970-1980
Women--Pensions and insurance, 1963-1976
Women authors, 1970-1982
Women comedians, 1973-1976
Women consultants, 1974-1976
Women musicians, 1975-1983
Women and religion, 1976-1979
Women as consumers, 1972-1976
Women in film, 1971-1982
Women in literature, 1972-1981
Women in mass media, 1969-1979
Women in politics, 1973-1979
Women in politics, 1980-1985
Women in sports, 1974-1979
Women in television, 1970-1979
Women in the theatre, 1972-1976
Women's centers, 1971-1982
Women's Liberation Movement, 1971-1985
Women's sexual behavior, 1972-1978
Working women, 1966-1973
Working women, 1974-1982


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Series 4: Lobbyist Files, 1972-1988

Box 1

1972-1973

Voting records, 1972-1975

1974-1979

Abortion, 1977-1981
Correspondence, 1978-1979
Education, 1977-1979
Education: Title IX, 1975
Employment, 1976-1978
Equal Rights Amendment, 1974-1983
Equal Rights Amendment, undated
ERA Assembly debate, 1974-1975
Family Court & Domestic Relations, 1976-1979
"The Good Guys & Gals": Legislative Representatives for Social Concerns, 1978-1981
Health & Social Services, 1975-1978
Higher education, 1977-1978
Human Rights, 1977
Legislative Newsletter, 1977-1978
Legislative Program, 1978
Legislative Program, 1979
Legislative survey, 1979
Legislators & Chapters, undated
Lobby Day: March 13, 1979
Marriage, 1976-1979
Memoranda, 1975, 1979
Municipal Services, 1976-1978
Nolan, Howard circa: NYS Senator, 42nd District, 1979
NOW-NYS Lobbyist, 1978
Padavan, Frank: NYS Senator, 1979
Rape, undated
Sex discrimination, 1977-1978
Sports, 1977
Stratton, Samuel S.: NYS Congress, 28th District, 1979

1980-1981

Assembly, 1981
Bills, miscellaneous, 1981
Community Outreach Program, 1981
Daily notes, 1981
Education, 1981-1982
Employment, 1980-1981
Employment Task Force, 1980-1981
Equal Rights Amendment, 1981
ERA Impact Clearinghouse, 1981-1983
Finance Vice-President: mailing, 1981
Forms, 1980
Important votes, 1981
Indecent materials to minors, 1981
Joint Custody, 1981
Legislative memos sent to Senate or Assembly, 1981-1982
Legislative Program, 1980-1981
Lesbian rights, 1981
Lobby Day: March 24, 1981
Lobbyist introductory letter, 1981
Lobbyist reports, 1981

Box 2

1980-1981  (Continued)

Marriage & divorce, 1980-1981
Miscellaneous, 1981
Moynihan, Daniel: United States Senate, NYS, 1981
No-fault divorce, 1981
Public assistance, 1980
Rape Prevention & Control Program, 1981
Reproductive rights, 1981
Russell, Susan: NOW-NYS Lobbyist, 1981
Special Session, 1980
Voting record: NYS Assembly, 1980
Women's Study Group, 1981

1982

Data files on NYS Assembly: A-K, undated
Data files on NYS Assembly: L-Z, undated
Data files on NYS Senate: A-L, undated
Data files on NYS Senate: M-Z, undated
Education: NOW Bill, 1982
Education: Statewide Advisory Council on Equal Opportunity for Women, 1982
Equal rights Amendment, 1982
Legislative memos sent to Assembly or Senate, 1982
Legislative Program, 1982
Lobby Day: March 23, 1982
NOW-NYS budget, 1982
NOW-NYS Convention: April 2-4, 1982
Voting records, 1982

SUBSET OF 1982 LOBBYIST FILES WITH NUMERICAL ORDER; DATED:
25-Age of support, A5906:  2/16/82
28-Long Shore Workers, S4062A, A6876A:  2/22/82
29-Sex discrimination, 2827, A3726:  2/26/82
32-Child support, A3215, A5033: 3/8/82
33-Child protection, 539, S364: 3/8/82
34-Child support, S7901, A8857A: 3/10/82
35-Employment, mailings: 3/6/82
36-Alimony, A10085: 3/10/82
37-Personal Property Law, 6292B: 3/9/82
38-Alimony, S7901: 3/11/82
39-Sex discrimination, A3726: 3/11/82
40-Task forces, mailings, memoranda, kills: 3/9/82
42-Marriage, A1502: 3/15/82
43-Equitable distribution, A8497: 3/15/82
44-Sexual harassment, A617: 3/18/82
45-Equitable distribution, A8497: 3/18/82
48-A3081: 3/22/82
49-Adultery, A1637: 3/22/82
50-Unemployment Insurance Law, A4800: 3/22/82
51-A7986: 3/29/82
52-Maternity care coverage, A5678B: 3/29/82
53-Medicaid funding for abortions: 3/26/82
54-Child support, S8485, A10813: 3/29/82
55-S8485, A10813: 4/1/82
56-Infant formula, A7986: 4/1/82
57-Maternity care coverage, A5678B: 4/1/82
58-Feiger, Sheila-mailings: 4/5/82
59-Joint custody, A10721: 4/19/82
60-Rape bills (3): 4/22/82
61-Sex discrimination, S221, A352:  4/22/82
62-Sex discrimination, A6022: 4/22/82
63-Abortion, S6561A: 4/24/82
64-Equitable distribution, A11516, A11562, S8735: 4/24/82
65-Equitable distribution, A11562: 4/30/82
66-Infant formula, A7986A: 4/30/82
67-Sex discrimination, S2827A, A3726A:  4/30/82
68-Abortion, A2340: 4/30/82
69-Sojouner Truth: 5/3/82
70-Alimony, A11363, S8967: 5/3/82
71-Age of support, S716, A1045: 5/3/82
72-Health, A2394: 5/3/82
73-Joint custody, S8464, A10721: 5/7/82
74-Divorce legal fees, A3105A: 5/10/82
75-Child support, A9760: 5/10/82
76-Life insurance, A7163: 5/10/82
77-Personal Property Law, A6292B: 5/28/82
78-Alimony, A2223A: 5/10/82
79-Maternity care, A5678B: 5/10/82
80-Beatrice Kachuck's letters to Freebone & Genrich: 5/7/82
81-Alimony and child support, A11363, S89967: 5/11/82
82-Joint custody, Hatfield/Hyde: 5/7, 5/11/82
83-Abortion, S5410, S5204B, A6285: 5/17, 5/24/82
84-Child support, A10813: 5/14/82
85-Child support, A10745A: 5/17/82
86-Divorce, A11, 101: 5/28/82
87-Parental leave, A4198: 5/17/82
88-Pension rights, S9401, A12385: 5/21/82
89-Workers Compensation survivors, A10081: 5/21/82
90-Equitable distribution, A11562: 5/24/82
91-Discrimination in employment, A6022: 5/21/82
92-Sex offenses, A5718: 5/21/82
93-Rape, S6355, A5538: 5/24/82
94-Sexual abuse, A5717A: 5/24, 6/7, 6/10/82
95-legal services, S9443, A12403: 5/24/82
96-Strip searches, A7903: 6/9, 6/25/82
97-Exclusion of women from longshore jobs, A11892: 6/7/82
98-Education programs at Seneca Falls, A12821: 6/15/82
99-Pensions, S10095, A11891: 6/28/82

UNNUMBERED FILES PART OF 1982 SUBSET; DATED:
Endorsement of political candidates by NYS-NOW: 6/7/82
Equitable distribution, memo to Lillian's (Kozak) task force: 6/21/82
Patient information, A11146: 6/21/82

1983-1988

Education, 1984
Equal employment rights, 1984-1987

Box 3
1983-1988 (Continued)

Equal Rights Amendment, 1983-1984
Equal Rights Amendment, 1984
Equal Rights Amendment, 1984, 1986
Equal Rights Amendment, undated
Imposed joint custody, A5578, S3907: 1985-1986
Incoming correspondence, 1985
Legislation, 1985-1988

Box 4
1983-1988 (Continued)

Legislative agenda, 1984-1988
Legislative priorities, 1985
Legislative Program, 1983
Legislative Program, 1984
Lobby support groups, undated
Memos being held, 1985
Miscellaneous, 1984-1985
Outgoing correspondence, 1985
Pay equity, 1984-1988
Voting record, 1984
Weekly contact reports, 1985


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Series 5: Mailing Lists, 1982-1984

Box 1

1982-83

Box 2

1984


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Series 6: Chapter Newsletter File, 1982-1988

Box 1

Albany Area NOW Newsletter, 1975-1988
Bay Ridge NOW Newsletter, 1981-83
Bronx NOW, The Voice of, 1978-84, 1987
Brooklyn NOW Newsletter, 1977, 1983-85, 1987
Broome County NOW Newsletter, 1985-88
Buffalo NOW-Feminist Observer, 1983-84
Central New York Times, 1983-88
Central Westchester NOW Newsletter, 1975
East End NOW, Voices from, 1978
Erie County Suburban Chapter-Notes, 1973-78
Farmington Valley NOW News, 1980
Finger Lakes Chapter, NOW, For Later...Newsletter of the, 1988
Fredonia-Dunkirk Chapter NOW News, 1973
Fulton-Montgomery NOW, 1984
Genessee Valley Chapter Now, The Forum, 1975
Greater Rochester NOW Newsletter, 1987-88
Greater Syracuse Chapter NOW NEWS, 1977-78, 1987
Greenwich Newsletter, 1987
Huntington NOW, 1984-87
Middletown NOW, 1984-85
Mid-Hudson NOW News, 1974-88
Mid-Suffolk Chapter--NOW Hear this, 1978-84, 1987-88
Mohawk Valley NOW Times, 1984-87
Nassau NOW Times (three folders), 1976-88
National NOW Times, 1986
New York City-The NOW York Woman/NOW NYC News, 1975-88
NOW New York State, 1976, 1979
NOW-NYS Action Report, 1984, 1986, 1988
Northern Chataugua Country Chapter NOW News, 1976
Out-of-State Chapters-`C-T', 1976-82, 1988
Putnam-East Dutchess Edition, 1977
Queens Newsletter, 1975-86
Rockland County Chapter, 1978
Saratoga NOW Newsletter, 1983
Southern Nassau, SNNOW Alert, 1985
South Shore Chapter, DO It NOW, 1975-76
Southern Westchester, NOW NEWS, 1976
Sullivan County NOW Newsletter, 1987
Tompkins County Chapter Newsletter, 1985-88
Ulster County NOW Newsletter, 1985
Wayne County NOW Newsletter, 1978-80
Westchester NOW Newsletter, 1987(?)-1988
West Point NOW Newsletter, 1976


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Series 7: Feminist Publications Collection, 1966-1985

Box 1

Alive, Capital District, 1980
Alive, Northeast, 1980-1981
Family Planning/Population Reporter, 1975
Family Planning/Population Reporter, 1976
Family Planning/Population Reporter, 1977
Hera, 1975
Know, Inc, 1972-1974
Know, Inc, 1975
Know, Inc, 1976
Majority Report
   Jun-Dec, 1972
   Jan-Apr, 1973
   May-Dec, 1973
   Jan-Apr, 1974
   May-Aug, 1974
   Sep-Dec, 1974
   Jan-Apr, 1975
   Jun-Sep, 1975
   Oct-Dec, 1975
   Jan-May, 1976
   May-Sep, 1976
   Oct 1976-May 1977
   May-Dec, 1977
   Jan-Feb, 1978
   May-Oct, 1978
Miscellaneous Single Issues, 1972, 1974-1977
Miscellaneous Single Issues, 1982-1985
New Womans Times, 1975
New Womans Times, 1976
News on Women in Government, 1980-1981
Off Our Backs, 1971
Off Our Backs, 1972
Off Our Backs, 1974

Box 2

Off Our Backs, 1978, 1979
Pennsylvania NOW Newsletter, 1974
Perspectives, the Civil Rights Quarterly, 1980-1981
Family Planning PERSPECTIVES, 1975
Family Planning PERSPECTIVES, 1976-1977
Planned Parenthood-World population Washington Memo, 1975-77
Quash, Jan. 1976
Response to Violence in the Family, 1979-1980
Response to Violence in the Family, 1981
Sane News, 1980-1982
Speak Out
   1972
   1973
   1974
   1975

Box 3

Speak Out, 1976
Speak Out, 1977
The Spokeswoman
   1970
   1971
   1972
   1973
   1974
   1975
   1976
   1977
Washington Park Spirit, 1972
Women New York, 1975
Women New York, 1976, 1977
Women New York, 1979-1981
Women's Advocate, 1983
Women's Studies Newsletter
   1973
   1974
   1975
   1976
Women's Unit News, 1970-1974


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