Papers, 1952-1993 (inclusive), 1960-1993 (bulk).


Friedan, Betty. Papers, 1952-1993 (inclusive), 1960-1993 (bulk).

Papers, 1952-1993 (inclusive), 1960-1993 (bulk).

Collection includes personal and professional correspondence, photographs, clippings by and about Friedan, drafts of The Second Stage (1981) and The Fountain of Age (1993), revisions for the 20th anniversary edition of The Feminine Mystique (1983) and It Changed My Life (1985), speeches, lectures, teaching material, research notes, and records from Friedan's involvement with a number of organizations. Also included are audio and videotapes.

31 linear ft.

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