Papers of Roxanne Barton Conlin, 1969-1996.


Conlin, Roxanne Barton. Papers of Roxanne Barton Conlin, 1969-1996.

Papers of Roxanne Barton Conlin, 1969-1996.

The papers are arranged in four series: Personal, Professional, Political, and Photographs. The Political series comprises the bulk of the collection and documents Conlin's involvement in women's political causes, her service on state commissions and task forces, her campaign for governor of Iowa, and her political affiliations.

44.25 linear ft.61 sound cassettes.28 videocassettes.

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