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Letters, diaries, genealogies, papers, and videocassette dealing with the Civil War, the Mormon move west, and World War II.
Feminist, social worker, and advocate for persons with HIV/AIDS.
Papers document Hillard's work as Western U.S. Division Director of La Leche League International.
Administrative, Boxes 1-10
Area Conferences, Boxes 10-11
Area Coordinator of Leaders (ACL), Boxes 11-13
Areas, Boxes 13-18
Biographical information, Box 1
Conferences, Boxes 18-20
Correspondence, Boxes 20-25
Division Director, Boxes 25-27
Financial Records, Boxes 27-29
Human Relations Enrichment (HRE), Boxes 29-30
Other Divisions, Boxes 31-33
Photographs, Box 46
Professional Liaison Department (PLD), Boxes 33-34
Programs, Boxes 34-35
Publications, Box 35-42
Publicity, Box 42
Regional Administrators (RA), Boxes 42-44
Resource and Development (R&D), Boxes 44-46
Waterloo, Iowa, native who served in WAVES during World War II and later worked for the American Red Cross.
Native of India who founded the Gateway Dance Theatre, a Des Moines-based company specializing in multiethnic dance.
Educator of hearing-impaired children and retired professor of Education at the University of Iowa.
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.
Peace and civil rights activist who was a longtime member of Peoples Church Unitarian Universalist in Cedar Rapids.
Sexual abuse response and advocacy center established in in Iowa City in 1973 to serve located the University of Iowa community and surrounding counties.
Attorney and political activist who co-founded the Iowa Women's Political Caucus and was appointed Federal Prosecutor in 1977.
Member of the Unitarian Universalist Society of Iowa City, Iowa.
One folder, shelved in SCVF.
Teacher and world traveler who served in the New Hampshire legislature.
Journalist and essayist. Correspondence, typescripts, notes, reviews, published copies, etc. relating to his literary career and his contributions to beat literature and the new journalism movement.
Mason City, Iowa-born civil rights activist, United States field representative for the Christian Children's Fund and director of program development for the National Organization on Disability.
Franciscan nun sentanced to six months in federal prison for trespassing at Fort Benning, Georgia.
Iowa Memorial Union catering manager and women's rights activist.
Educational administrator and Executive Director of the Iowa Commission on the Status of Women.
Annual gathering begun in 1982. By 2007 seven awards were given each year.
Audiovisual materials: 25th anniversary retrospective, 2006 [shelved in digital collection: d0041] Celebration of Excellence Power Point presentation: past scholarship recipients, 2007 [shelved in digital collection: d0045] Women's Achievement Awards Ceremony, 1996 [shelved in videocassette collection: V322] Celebration of Excellence and Achievement Among Women, 1995 [shelved in videocassette collection: V323]