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First woman to chair the Republican National Committee, serving from 1974 to 1977. Co-founder of the Louise Noun-Mary Louise Smith Iowa Women's Archives.
University of Iowa librarian who moved to Mississippi during the Civil Rights Movement.
Three folders, shelved in SCVF.
Regional branch of the National Women's Studies Association.
Professional basketball player from Moravia, Iowa who played for Iowa Cornets from 1978 to 1981 and for San Francisco and Columbus Ohio teams until 1984.
Active in the Republican Party, mayor of Newton, Iowa, and executive director of Iowa Business Council.
The National League of American Pen Women, Quad Cities Branch was established in 1976 to serve as an outlet for area women writers to communicate. The group organized scholarship competitions for high school student writers.
The group was formed in 1973. The purpose of the group was to improve and expand the role of women in society and it supported the Equal Rights Amendment, safe and legal abortion among other issues.
Feminist activist organization records.
15 interviews and associated materials document the entry of women into Iowa's law enforcement agencies.
Iowa State Representative and Senator who served in the legislature from 1987 to 2002.
Feminist, social worker, and advocate for persons with HIV/AIDS.
Percival, Iowa club that made quilts to raise money for the community.
First woman assigned to patrol duty on the Des Moines police force, serving from 1972 to 1982.
Association to promote the professional growth of women in the law.
Sexual abuse response and advocacy center established in in Iowa City in 1973 to serve located the University of Iowa community and surrounding counties.
The Reproductive Rights Coalition of Iowa City (RRCIC) formed in January 1989 in response to Operation Rescue's attempt to shut down a local abortion clinic.
Professor Emeritus of Social Work at the University of Northern Iowa, author, and Black Hawk County Supervisor.
Teacher and community activist who was a founding member of the Dubuque National Organization for Women.
University of Iowa professor of history, feminist, and political activist.