Harvard University - Schlesinger Library
Series I, Biographical, personal, and family, includes articles about Mudd, an audiotape and transcript of interviews, diplomas, awards, some family papers (including correspondence with the Seeley G. Mudd Foundation), and photographs. These papers document Mudd's achievements and the effect others perceived she had on her profession
Harvard University - Schlesinger Library
Collection consists of additional audiotapes of the National Organization for Women (NOW), the largest feminist organization in the United States
Harvard University - Schlesinger Library
Collection contains research materials collected by the interviewers, consisting of printed and manuscript material and photographs
Harvard University - Schlesinger Library
Collection consists of tallies of Congressional votes on abortion, 1977-2016; and fact sheets issued by NARAL on reproductive rights in the United States, 2017. More material will be added later
Harvard University - Schlesinger Library
Collection contains tapes and transcripts of the 24 oral histories, and research materials collected by the interviewers, consisting of printed and manuscript material and photographs. The interviews discuss the family background, education, marriage, children and careers of the interviewees
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Printed promotional material and an article about the origins and operation of Project Young One, a family business in Racine, Wis. which makes available to individuals and groups plastic models of 11-12 week old fetuses for use as educational tools, primarily to persuade women not to have abortions. Dave and Bonnie Obernberger, the owners and founders of the business, are associated with Wisconsin Right to Life
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Papers of an active California feminist including correspondence, several of the many articles she published on feminism, and research files of clippings, leaflets, and other printed matter about various California women's groups and about issues of concern to women -- The bulk of the correspondence consists of exchanges with Pat Robinson, a New York feminist, about black women, birth control, abortion, and other topics of interest to radical women
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Papers of Maggi Cage, former owner of the Fox Valley Reproductive Health Care Center in Appleton, Wisconsin, documenting the work of the center as well as Cage's involvement in the reproductive choice movement in the Fox Valley. In addition, the papers include materials concerning First Amendment issues and the pro-choice movement
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
A collection of news articles, flyers, radio spots, a copy of the newsletter "Abortion Malpractice Report," and a photograph of billboard advertising relating to Legal Action for Women, an organization started by Mike and Vicky Conroy of Pensacola, Florida in 1985 as a means of combatting abortion by counseling women who had been injured by abortionists to take legal action