Women's printed collection. Pamphlets, circa. 1968-[ongoing].

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Women's printed collection. Pamphlets, circa. 1968-[ongoing].

Women's printed collection. Pamphlets, circa. 1968-[ongoing].

The "Printed Collection: Pamphlets" is an artificial collection of published and unpublished materials by or about women. Although called a pamphlet collection, this is in fact what some might consider to be a subject file or a vertical file, as it also includes reports, articles, directories, etc. Materials are usually received by Special Collections along with donated manuscript collections. Subjects include discrimination in employment; the equal rights amendment, reproductive rights, and religion; sex discrimination, social security and women's history; and various women's organizations, such as the American Association of University Women [AAUW], the National Organization for Women [NOW] and the National Women's Political Caucus [NWPC]. The "Printed Collection:Pamphlets" is available for use only in the Special Collections Department. A subject heading list is available.

3.7 linear ft.

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