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Iowa farm activist who served as the first executive director of the North American Farm Alliance during the farm crisis of the 1980s.
Des Moines educator whose materials include You Can't Go Back to Buxton and African Americans in Iowa: a Chronicle of Contributions, 1830-1992.
Papers include photographs of 1995 suffrage parade and Iowa ERA rallies.
Two folders, shelved in SCVF; one videocassette [V339] shelved in videocassette collection.
Des Moines-based artist.
Elected to the Iowa House of Representatives in 1982 and in 1986, she became the first woman Lieutenant Governor of Iowa.
Des Moines-born clubwoman, community leader, businesswoman, and Republican Party activist.
Iowa activist involved in the peace movement as well energy conservation and environmental protection coalitions.
Jewish independent filmmaker raised in Des Moines, Iowa.
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.
Founder of the Des Moines Tutoring Center, and Iowa's first Affirmative Action administrator from 1973 to 1978.
Native of India who founded the Gateway Dance Theatre, a Des Moines-based company specializing in multiethnic dance.
First woman assigned to patrol duty on the Des Moines police force, serving from 1972 to 1982.
Attorney and political activist who co-founded the Iowa Women's Political Caucus and was appointed Federal Prosecutor in 1977.
Franciscan nun sentanced to six months in federal prison for trespassing at Fort Benning, Georgia.
Educational administrator and Executive Director of the Iowa Commission on the Status of Women.
Communication specialist at Iowa State University who produced the documentary Black Des Moines: Voices Seldom Heard.