Records, 1968-1974.

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Cell 16 (Organization). Records, 1968-1974.

Records, 1968-1974.

Correspondence, requests for and complete run of the journal, brochures, financial records, materials documenting the "take-over" in 1970, position papers, unsolicited articles, and other records.

1 cubic ft.

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Cell 16 (Organization)

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Radical feminist collective, Boston, Mass., which wrote for and published the journal No More Fun and Games. Several collective members were also involved in the group, Female Liberation, Inc., and in the fall of 1970 the offices of Female Liberation were "taken over" by women affiliated with the Socialist Workers Party (SWP). From the description of Records, 1968-1974. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70939928 ...

Leghorn, Lisa

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Feminist and author Lisa Leghorn received her Master's degree from Goddard College. She is the author of Social Responses to Battered Women (1976), co-author of Who really starves? : Women and World Hunger (Lisa Leghorn and Mary Roodkowsky, 1977); Woman's Worth: Sexual Economics and the World of Women (Lisa Leghorn and Katherine Parker, 1981); and co-author (with Betsy Warrior) of Houseworker's Handbook (1974), as well as numerous published articles. In the 1970's Leghorn worked wit...

Warrior, Betsy

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Socialist Workers' Party (Great Britain)

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Members and supporters of the Socialist Workers Party have worked with the farm movement and have covered farm protests for the Party's newspaper, The militant, since the 1970s. The items in this collection were collected by various members who were active with the farm movement. From the description of Farm protests collection, 1954-1990, n.d. (Iowa State University). WorldCat record id: 221317319 American socialist political party. From the description of Socia...

Rockefeller, Abby Aldrich

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Abby Aldrich Rockefeller was one of three founders of the Museum of Modern Art, donor to and trustee of the Museum. From the description of Abby Aldrich Rockefeller albums, 1929-1941. (Museum of Modern Art (MOMA)). WorldCat record id: 122574587 One of three founders of the Museum of Modern Art, donor to and trustee of the Museum. From the description of Scrapbooks, 1919-1941. (Museum of Modern Art (MOMA)). WorldCat record id: 86164064 ...

Female Liberation, Inc.

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Women's organization which grew out of an early radical feminist group in Boston, Mass. (formed 1968), which published the journal No More Fun and Games; the organization Female Liberation, Inc. (FL), affiliated with the Socialist Workers Party, was formed in the fall of 1970 when it "took-over" the office of Cell 16; active in its work in abortion and welfare rights reform. From the description of Records, 1970-1974. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70939934 ...

Densmore, Dena

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