Papers, 1933-1980 (inclusive).


Papers, 1933-1980 (inclusive).

Correspondence, manuscripts, financial reports, leaflets, clippings, printed matter, video casettes, and audiotapes. Includes material about her career; her book The Feminine Mystique, including many letters from readers; the manuscript for It Changed My Life; articles for McCalls Magazine; labor articles; poems and short stories written as a student at Smith College; questionnaires, 1957, to the Smith College class of 1942; notes and financial records for Friedan's 1972 campaign for delegate to the Democratic Convention; NOW correspondence, memos, minutes, and leaflets; printed material from NOW's Legal Defense and Education Fund, the National Women's Political Caucus, the National Abortion Rights Action League, and other organizations; and items concerning the International Women's Year and Mexico City conferences (1975), the Community Resources Pool, the World Population Conference in Bucharest, the International Feminist Conference, and the Women's Bank. Also included are papers on community activities in suburban New York, invitations, speaking engagements, course materials (as both student and teacher), tapes of lectures, biographical material, photographs, and memorabilia.

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