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Interviews with Iowa women legislators conducted by Suzanne O'Dea Schenken.
Iowa City feminist and activist.
The papers include Kipp's reminiscence of her childhood on an Iowa farm.
Rural middle school teacher who chaired the Iowa committee to revise teacher standards in the 1970s.
Iowa City chapter.
University of Iowa Librarian who was the first head of the Information Arcade at the University of Iowa Libraries, 1992-1996.
Muscatine organization of area artists who opened a shop and organized an annual craft fair, classes, and craft demonstrations.
Russian immigrant recalls her childhood in Russia during World War I and the 1917 revolution.
Organized in 1973, members supported a number of feminist initiatives including economic equalty and the ERA.
Materials relate to the suit filed by 3 dental hygiene faculty members charging that the scheduled closing of the University of Iowa Dental Hygiene Program was discriminatory.
Appeal Documents, 1995-1996 (Boxes 19-20)
Background Information, 1985-1995 (Boxes 20-24, 27)
Defendant Exhibits, 1995 (Boxes 6-10)
Formal Documents, 1991-1995 (Boxes 1-3)
Letters of Support, 1991-1995 (Boxes 25-26)
Newspaper Clippings, 1991-1996 (Box 26)
Plaintiff Exhibits, 1995 (Boxes 11-19, 27)
Trial Transcripts, 1995 (Boxes 3-6)
Unidentified Exhibits, 1995 (Boxes 10-11)
Organization formed to work for passage of Iowa state ERA.
Civil rights worker in Davenport.
A women's investment club organized to invest the assets of the partnership solely in stocks, bonds, and securities, for the education and benefit of the partners.
Writer, lesbian activist, and University of Iowa alumna.
Scott County, Iowa, Farm Bureau women's club.
An Iowa-City based lesbian literary journal published all forms of creative expression written by self-defined lesbians.
Author and English instructor at St. Ambrose University, Davenport, Iowa.
Textile artist, teacher, and volunteer from Sac City, Iowa.
One folder, shelved in SCVF.
Journalist who edited the University of Northern Iowa newspaper the Northern Iowan, and worked for professional radio and television stations.
Organization created to recruit, educate, and elect Democratic women to public office in Iowa.