Papers, 1967-1985 (inclusive).

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Cohen, Marcia. Papers, 1967-1985 (inclusive).

Papers, 1967-1985 (inclusive).

Collection consists of correspondence, minutes, etc., concerning the New York chapter of the National Organization for Women; other women's movement material including information about the counter-demonstration at the Miss America pagent in 1968, and transcrips of interviews conducted by Cohen with Dolores Alexander, Ti-Grace Atkinson, Ivy Bottini, Susan Brownmiller, Jean Faust, Muriel Fox, Betty Friedan, Lois Gould, Germaine Greer, Florynce Kennedy, Kate Millett, Letty Cottin Pogrebin, Betty Rollin, Alice Rossi, Barbara Seaman, and Marlo Thomas.

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Alexander, Dolores,

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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...

Cohen, Marcia I.

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Marcia Friedlander Cohen is the author of The Sisterhood: The True Story of the Women Who Changed the World (1988). From the description of Papers, 1967-1985 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 232008670 ...

Friedan, Betty

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Betty Goldstein Friedan (1921- ), a writer, publicist, political activist, and speaker on the subject of women, helped found the National Organization for Women, and served as its first president (1966-1970). For additional information see: Britannica Book of the Year (1970-1971), Current Biography (1970), and Who's Who of American Women (1991-1992). From the description of Papers, 1933-1980 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 232006604 Feminist, activist,...

Kennedy, Florynce, 1916-2000

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Lawyer and feminist, Florynce Kennedy is a founding member of the National Organization for Women and the National Women's Political Caucus and the author of Abortion Rap. From the description of Papers. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 232007592 Florynce Rae ("Flo") Kennedy, an African American lawyer, feminist, activist, and civil rights advocate, was born on February 11, 1916, in Kansas City, Missouri, the second of five daughters of Wiley Kennedy an...

Thomas, Marlo

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National Organization for Women. New York Chapter

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The New York chapter of the National Organization for Women sponsored a women's history stamp series of U.S. First Day Covers, 1977-1978. From the description of Collection, 1971-1978 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 232008347 ...

Seaman, Barbara

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Barbara Rosner Seaman (1935- ): feminist and author, (Oberlin, B.A., 1956) was a columnist and contributing editor at Ladies' Home Journal (1965-1969), child care and education editor at Family Circle (1970-1973), and author of articles and reviews in numerous newpapers and magazines. The author of The Doctors' Case Against the Pill, Free and Female, and Women and the Crisis in Sex Hormones, she was cited for her part in seeing that appropriate written warnings to patients accompany each prescri...

Rollin, Betty

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Greer, Germaine, 1939-....

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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...

Gould, Lois

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Bottini, Ivy, 1926-

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Biography Ivy was born on August 15, 1926, to a working class family in Long Island, New York. In 1944, she studied art at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn and later went on to a career in graphic design, working as an illustrator and art director for Newsday . In 1951, she married Edward Bottini. She gave birth to her first daughter, Laura, in 1953, and her second daughter, Lisa, in 1956. By the mid-1960s, Bottini became involved in t...

Millett, Kate

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Author, feminist theorist, activist, and visual artist. From the description of Papers, 1953-1999. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 46345002 1934 Sept. 14 Born in St. Paul, Minn. to Helen Feely and James A. Millett 1952 1956 B.A., University of Minnesota ...

Atkinson, Ti-Grace

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Faust, Jeanne, 1968-...

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Pogrebin, Letty Cottin

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Born in New York City, 9 June 1939. Graduated from Brandeis University in 1959. She began her career in book publishing as an editorial assistant and director of publicity and subsidiary rights at the publishing house of Bernard Geis Associates. Her journalistic career has included freelance writing for the New York Times, TV Guide, Boardroom Reports, and Good Housekeeping, among others. She contributed "The Working Woman" column to Ladies' Home Journal from 1971 to 1981. A founder of Ms. magazi...

Rossi, Alice S., 1922-2009

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Sociologist and feminist Alice S. Rossi graduated from Brooklyn College (B.A. 1947) and Columbia University (Ph. D. 1957). A founder and board member of the National Organization for Women (1966-1970), Rossi also served as president of the American Sociological Association (1982-1983). She was editor (with Ann Calderwood) of Academic Women on the Move (1973) and of The Feminist Papers: From Adams to de Beauvoir (1973), two very early and influential works in the field of women's history. The aut...