Minnesota Women's Political Caucus records, 1971-1991.


Minnesota Women's Political Caucus. Minnesota Women's Political Caucus records, 1971-1991.

Minnesota Women's Political Caucus records, 1971-1991.

Minutes, bylaws, resolutions, brochures, programs, news releases, correspondence, and other files of the Minnesota Women's Political Caucus, several local chapters, and its educational adjunct, the Minnesota Women's Education Council.

2.7 cu. ft. (3 boxes).

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