Constance Cook interviews, 1976, 1992.


Constance Cook interviews, 1976, 1992.

Oral history interview by Ellen Chesler includes information on education; Cornell Law School; work with Shearman & Sterling, Wall Street, 1943-1949; work on Governor Dewey's legal staff, 1949-1951; private practice in Ithaca, 1952: government consulting work, assistant to Assemblyman Ashberry; New York State legislative career, 1962-1974: and activities on Health and Education Committees, work on 1970 abortion reform bill and coalition against repeal. Interview by Mary Katzenstein, January 22, 1992 (2 pp.).

Oral history transcript: 85 leaves.


SNAC Resource ID: 7905306

Cornell University Library

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