Chicago History Museum
Correspondence and other operating files of The Sophia Fund, a Chicago-based foundation that supported women's organizations and projects. Collection includes grant applications, reports, brochures, newsletters, newsclippings, etc. produced by and about groups that received funding. Topics include pro-choice advocacy and reproductive rights, prevention of violence against women, rape counseling, and economic justice. The files include information on the agencies and projects funded by The Sophia Fund, two-thirds of which were located in Chicago
Wright State University - Special Collections and Archives
Records, consist of membership records, progress reports, newsletters and broadsides, affiliate organization materials, files documenting public programs and activities, subject files, and an interview with one of Dayton Women Working's founders
Chicago History Museum
Two- and multi-color handprinted posters (19), many silkscreened, created by the Chicago Women's Graphics Collective supporting the work and mission of its parent organization, the Chicago Women's Liberation Union. Some posters advertise Union events, but most consist of graphic and written messages related to such topics as feminism, sexism, rape, LGBTQ rights, reproduction and reproductive health, and produce boycotts in support of farm workers
National Library of Australia
1. Banner enscribed "WEL National Agenda for Women" [1986?]. 2. Two badges enscribed "Women are on the move" produced by the International Year for Women Secretariat, 1975 and badge enscribed "Unions are for women too". 3. Three T-shirts enscribed with "A woman's place is in the Senate", "WEL" and "Call me Ms". 4. Handkerchiefs produced for the 1980 United Nations Mid-decade Conference for Women, Copenhagen, 1980. 5. Pamela Denoon memorial lectures, 1989-2005 and flyers. 6. Biographical material on Pamela Denoon, 1988-1995. 7. Banner containing badges
Columbia University
The archives of the Woman Suffrage Association of New York State, 1869-1917, and the Woman Suffrage Party of New york City, 1910-1919. Included are minutes of the two organizations as well as other related materials such as constitutions, membership lists, pamphlets, clippings, photographs and other printed materials. There are a few letters, but the collection is chiefly documents of the organizations
University of North Dakota - Elwyn B. Robinson Department of Special Collections
The first ledger contains minutes from March 1, 1912 to February 13, 1917 and the Club's constitution and membership roster. The second ledger contains minutes from March 13, 1917 to December 29, 1919
University of Cincinnati - Langsam Library
This collection consists of The Peacemaker newspaper and miscellaneous pamphlets and newspapers focusing on nonviolence, women's liberation, resisting the draft, and refusing to pay taxes that support war
Washington State Historical Society
Organizational and business records of WWU and documentation of their legislative lobbying efforts. Includes background documents from the 1978 organizational year; directors minutes and meeting agendas and notes (1984-1998); correspondence (1989-1998); committee records; annual meeting files (1983-1998); financial records; membership development files; and documentation of issues polls, related legislative issues, and proposed legislation. Includes copies of WWU's publication Impact (1983/1984-2001/2002), printed legislative priorities and agendas, and newsletters and legislative reports (1983-1999). Correspondence is spotty but reflects the communication between WWU and its constituency, as well as with legislators. A majority of the correspondence is to and from WWU presidents, administrators, and lobbyists
Idaho State Historical Society,-- Idaho Oral History Center
Farber discusses her involvement with a women's consciousness-raising group, her professional career from Ore-Ida to McLeod Realty; and her personal life beginning in the late 1950s in Boise