Papers, 1935-2000 (inclusive).

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Brownmiller, Susan. Papers, 1935-2000 (inclusive).

Papers, 1935-2000 (inclusive).

Collection includes school reports and papers; a college scrapbook; personal and professional correspondence; drafts; set of Albany Reports; research material for Against Our Will and Brownmiller's other articles and books; audiotapes and transcripts of interviews for In Our Time; articles by and about Brownmiller; contracts with publishers and records of royalties; printed material and itineraries from book tours; flyers and other material from organizations with which she was involved, including the East Harlem Reform Democrats, New York Radical Feminists, and Women Against Pornography; photographs; and motion pictures.

13 linear ft.

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Brownmiller, Susan.

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Born in 1935 in New York City, Susan Brownmiller is a journalist and author perhaps best known for her book, Against Our Will: Men, Women, and Rape (1975). She attended Cornell University (1952-1954) and worked for Coronet magazine, the Albany Report, and Newsweek before resigning to aid the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee in its voter registration drive in Mississippi in 1964. She was also active in voter registration drives with the East Harlem Reform Democrats, where she ran for di...

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Mayerson, Charlotte, 1927-

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Leidholdt, Dorchen

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O'Reilly, Jane

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O'Reilly (B.A., Radcliffe, 1958) is a journalist in New York City, writing for The New York Times, and for magazines: New York, Glamour, Ms., and others. From the description of Papers, 1969-1970 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 232007832 ...

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Lemisch, Jesse, 1936-

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French, Marilyn, 1929-2009

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BIOGHIST REQUIRED Marilyn French was born in New York City in 1929. She married the attorney Robert M. French, Jr. in 1950; the couple divorced in 1967. She received her B.A. in English from Hofstra University in 1951, and later returned to Hofstra for her M.A. degree in the Humanities, which she was awarded in 1964. The couple had two children, and Robert. She earned her Ph.D. in English from Harvard University in 1972. Her dissertation on James Joyce was published by H...

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Peslikis, Irene.

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Dolores Alexander, freelance writer, reporter, and first executive director of the National Organization for Women (NOW), received her B.A. in Language and Literature from the City College of New York in 1961. In 1966 Alexander became active in NOW. She chaired its Monitor Subcommittee of the National Task Force on Image of Women in Mass Media. Alexander became executive director of NOW in 1969. She established a national office for NOW in New York City and edited NOW Acts, NOW's national newsle...

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Freeman, John

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Hunter, Nan D.

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Stearns, Nancy.

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Edgar, Joanne

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Willis, Ellen R.

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Lease, Carol,

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