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Established by the Iowa Commission on the Status of Women in 1975 to recognize the contributions of Iowa women.
Concert vocalist and Ottumwa housewife.
Elementary schoolteacher in Keokuk, Iowa.
Teacher's aide, packinghouse worker, and union activist, Burleson was the first woman and first African American elected to the Fort Dodge City Council.
Des Moines-based artist.
Writer, performer, volunteer, and nurse in Iowa City.
Chicago native and graduate of the University of Iowa.
Two folders: folder 1 shelved in SCVF; folder 2 shelved in map case.
Estherville, Iowa-born homemaker and teacher who was active in literary, political, and religious groups in Des Moines.
Fort Madison civic leader and former president of the University of Iowa Alumni Association Board.
Social worker and political activist, who served on the Iowa Civil Rights Commission from 1983 to 1984.
Civil rights activist, community and religious leader, she was executive director of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Education and Vocational Training in Waterloo.
Social worker and the first African American woman in the United States to be named executive director of a greater metropolitan YWCA.
Founder of the Des Moines Tutoring Center, and Iowa's first Affirmative Action administrator from 1973 to 1978.
University of Iowa librarian who moved to Mississippi during the Civil Rights Movement.
Three folders, shelved in SCVF.
Hawkeye women's basketball star, WNBA player and entrepreneur.
Postcards and photographs of Iowa includes the work of professional women photographers in Iowa.
Teacher, community activist, and co-founder of Club Les Dames, an African American women's club in Waterloo.
One folder, shelved in SCVF.
Native of India who founded the Gateway Dance Theatre, a Des Moines-based company specializing in multiethnic dance.
Professor Emeritus of Social Work at the University of Northern Iowa, author, and Black Hawk County Supervisor.