Oral history interview with Elizabeth Bradley Heffelfinger, 1978-1979.


Heffelfinger, Elizabeth Bradley, 1900-1981,. Oral history interview with Elizabeth Bradley Heffelfinger, 1978-1979.

Oral history interview with Elizabeth Bradley Heffelfinger, 1978-1979.

Heffelfinger discusses her work in politics and social service, including: organizing a "Victory Aide" program in the Twin Cities during World War II; national politics involving Harold Stassen; labor leaders; McCarthyism; UNESCO work in Europe, Israel, India and Southeast Asia; Republican Party politics, particularly in the 1956 and 1960 presidential campaigns; political columnists; women in politics; single-issue politics including abortion and gay rights.

Sound recordings : 10 sound cassettes (60 min. each)Transcript : 162 p. ; 28 cm.

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