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National Organization for Women (NOW), New York State Chapter Records

1966-1988

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Abstract

The state chapter of NOW aims to bring women into full participation in the mainstream of American society in order to exercise all privileges and responsibilities in an equal partnership with men.

Summary

Creator:
National Organization for Women. New York Chapter
Date Coverage:
1966-1988
Quantity:
23.75 cubic ft.

The New York State Chapter of the National Organization for Women, the first state chapter to be chartered in the United States, was founded on February 6, 1967. The New York State Chapter has the same purpose as the National Organization: to bring women into full participation in the mainstream of American society in order to exercise all privileges and responsibilities in an equal partnership with men. This purpose includes equal rights and responsibilities in all aspects of citizenship, public service, employment, education, and family life, as well as freedom from discrimination because of age, marital status, sexual preference, and parenthood [NOW-NYS Chapter By-laws, 1976, folder Bylaws, 1976-77, President's Subject Files].

In 1974 NOW-New York State adopted by-laws defining the constituent element of its structure which consisted of members, member chapters, State Council, State Executive Committee, State Council Committees, State Task Forces, and the State Convention. The New York Chapter is overseen by the Executive Committee, made up of bi-annually elected officers who are composed of the President, Executive Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, and three members whose portfolio was to be determined [NOW-NYS Bylaws (adopted November, 1974), folder State Council, 1973-74, State Council Meetings series]. The revised 1976 by-laws defined the responsibilities of the three additional Executive Committee members and created two new positions: Vice-President of Membership, Vice-President for Legislation, Financial Vice-President, Vice-President of Public Information, and the Chairperson of the State Council. The Executive Committee forms the decision-making body at State Council meetings. The State Council is made up of two delegates from each local Chapter of the New York State Chapter, the Executive Committee Officers, and State Task Force heads. The State Council meets at least three times a year in Albany. The Albany Area Chapter was formed in January 1972, and subsequently became the central office for New York State.

The Chairperson of the State Council presides over the Council meetings, while the president presides at all State Executive Committee meetings and at the State Convention.

The State Convention is the general membership assembly of New York, responsible for formulation of general policy and program priorities. State Task Forces are approved and appointed by the Executive Committee. [NOW-NYS Chapter By-laws, 1976].

NOW-New York State Presidents

Eileen Kelly, 1974-77

Zelle Andrews, 1977-1979

Sheila Molnar Feiger, 1979-82

Theresa Bergen, 1982-84

Noreen Connell, 1984-1988

Marilyn Fitterman, 1988-1992

Sharon Fawly, 1992-1996

Lois Shapiro Canter, 1996-2000

Kathryn Lake Mazierski, 2000-2004

Marcia Pappas, 2004-

The records of NOW-New York State, founded in February, 1967, span the years 1966-88 with the bulk of information dating from 1974. Found in the records are minutes of meetings, correspondence, amicus briefs, programs, cassettes, and feminist literature arranged in the following record series: State Council Meetings (1974-88), President's Subject Files (1968-88), Issues Files (1966-85), Lobbyists' Files (1976-88), Mailing Lists (1982-84), Chapter Newsletters (1982-84), and a Feminist Publications Collection (1966-85). Conspicuously absent from the records are files from the early years of the organization; also there are no State Council chairs' files or Executive Committee records. NOW-NYS has concentrated on educational and political activities both for and on behalf of women and women's rights.

The activities of the New York Chapter include, but are not limited to, such areas as lobbying at the State Capitol; monitoring the State Education Department to insure compliance with Title IX which forbids sex discrimination in schools; working in the area of domestic violence and battered women; monitoring the Division of Human Rights to determine whether women are fairly represented in employment discrimination complaints; working to preserve historic sites which have significance to women; helping women enter the work force for the first time; and lobbying for lesbian and reproductive rights.

NOW-NYS consistently shows a concern for women and for education, a term which can refer to grade levels from kindergarten through college; to concerns within the educational system such as equality, sexism, discrimination in textbooks (1970-75); to programs such as Project Move or Project Voice (1981) or the displaced homemakers' programs of the later 1980s. It appears that the educational focus expanded from white collar to blue collar issues in the 1980s. The organization has a two-pronged education plan: to inform its members, and other women and men, about women's issues and rights through both educational and political avenues; and to prepare women to exercise those rights through job training programs and the like.

The organization has a Vice-President for Legislation who is involved in lobbying efforts in Albany. Legislative issues of concern to the organization are clearly identified. The topics become more specific and focused as the organization matures. For example, marriage and divorce issues of the early 1980s become more specifically identified as issues such as orders of protection and imposed joint custody and surrogate parenting in the later 1980s. Concerns expand from equal employment (1972-75) to pay equity (1984-88). The Equal Rights Amendment (1972-88, with gaps) was regularly addressed.

Some issues have been on-going concerns. Women's rights in the areas of health care and of marriage, divorce, child custody, reproduction, and domestic relations head the list of family oriented matters. In the area of employment, the organization has pursued job discrimination, sex discrimination, and pay inequalities. In various years NOW-NYS has tackled social issues including women against women (1971-74); toys and toymakers 1971-74); television portrayals of women (1973-74); prostitution (1975-76) lesbian and gay rights (1978-83); pornography, sexual assault and battering (1983-88); homelessness by divorce (1984-85).

The collection is organized as follows:

Series 1: State Council Meeting Files, 1974-1988

Series 2: President's Subject Files, 1968-1988

Series 3: Issues Files, 1966-1985

Series 4: Lobbyist Files, 1972-1988

Series 5: Mailing Lists, 1982-1984

Series 6: Chapter Newsletter File, 1982-1984

Series 7: Feminist Publications Collection, 1966-1985

Series arrangement statement: SUNY will complete.

All items in this manuscript group were donated to the University Libraries, M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives by NOW-NYS in 1987. Additional accessions were received from the Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America in 1996, 1999, and 2004. An accession of 30 cubic feet, which is not yet described, was transferred to the Department in April-May 2004.

Processed by: K. Kiebuzinski and A. Lewis (1988), C. Morrison (1990), A. Stillman (1995), Dorothy Christiansen, Rita Mignacca, Mary Osielski and Geoffrey Williams (1997)

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Preferred citation for this material is as follows:

Identification of specific item, series, box, folder, National Organization for Women (NOW), New York State Chapter Records, 1966-1988. M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, University Libraries, University at Albany, State University of New York (hereafter referred to as [shortened name]).

Contents of Collection

Quantity: 1.33 cubic ft.

Arranged alphabetically by subject.

The State Council Meetings include meeting minutes, cassette recordings of some State Council meetings, memoranda, agendas, correspondence, bylaws, meeting registration lists, newsletters, and some State Convention and State Executive Committee minutes. The State Council Meetings document the structure, function, and activities of the state and local chapters, issues of concern to NOW-NYS on subjects ranging from abortion to education, and provide insight into the running of this state-wide women's network.

BoxFolderContentsDate

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1 1State Council Meetings (Includes New York State bylaws adopted Nov. 1974.)1974

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1 2State Council Meetings1975

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1 3State Council Meetings (Includes newsletter announcing "First full-fledged NOW New York State convention", Dec.4-5,1976.)1976

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1 4State Council Meetings1976

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1 5State Council Meetings--Agenda (Includes "A Women's Bill of Rights--1976", an act (s9076/a11555, Mar 25, 1976) concerning domestic relations law, a summary of NOW-NYS 1975 Council activities.)1975-1976

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1 6State Council--Miscellaneous Includes 1978 NOW-NYS legislative program.)1977-1979

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1 7State Council Meetings1976 December-1977 July

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1 8State Council Meetings1977 September-1977 November

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1 9State Executive and Council Meetings1977

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1 10State Council Meetings--Agenda1977-1978

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1 11State Council Meetings--Attendance1977-1978

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1 12State Executive Committee Meetings1977-1978

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1 13State Council Meetings1978 January-1979 May

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1 14State Council Meetings1977-1979

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1 15State Council Meetings1979

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1 16State Council Meetings (Includes resume and two testimonies of Lorna Rissier Bernard, Emergency Fuel Office Counsel; testimony by John Edwards, Deputy Director, NYS Emergency Fuel Office (1976).)1979 April-1979 July

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1 17State Council Meetings (Includes Model Chapter Bylaws, NOW, adopted Feb 25, 1978; resolutions to be considered at the 1979 National Conference.)1979 August-1979 September

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1 18State Council Meetings (Includes articles about Margaret Sanger in Celebration in Poughkeepsie Journal, Sept. 9, 1979.)1979 September-1979 November

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1 19State Council Meetings (Cassettes)1980 July 19-1980 July 20

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1 20State Council Meetings (Cassettes)1980 September 13-1980 September 14

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1 21State Council Meetings (Cassettes)1980 November 8-9

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1 22State Council Meetings1980

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1 23State Council Meetings1980

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1 24State Council--Miscellaneous1980

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1 25State Council Meetings1980-1981

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1 26State Council Meetings1981

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1 27State Council Meetings1981

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1 28State Council Meetings (Cassettes)1981 January 10-11

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1 29State Council Meetings (Cassettes)1981 March 14-1981 March 15

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2 1State Council Meetings (Cassettes)1981 May 3

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2 2State Council Meetings--Attendance Lists1979-1982

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2 3State Council Meetings1982

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2 4State Council Meetings1982

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2 5State Council Meetings (Includes NOW-NYS Bylaws)1983

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2 6State Council Meetings (Includes memo from Lillian Kozak, chair NOW-NYS Domestic Relations Task Force to all members opposing Bill a4824/s3785 regarding denial of wives' rights in vested but unmatured pensions; information about NOW-NYS convention Apr 7, 1984.)1984

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2 7State Council Meetings1985

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2 8State Council Meetings1986

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2 9State Council Meetings1987

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2 10State Council Meetings1988
Quantity: 12 cubic ft.

Arranged alphabetically by subject for a specific year or group of years. Multi-year folders are grouped by the first year in the folder.

The President's Subject Files of the New York State Chapter of the National Organization for Women include internal and external correspondence, amicus briefs, memoranda, news releases, mailings, newsletters, pamphlets, booklets, minutes, agendas, financial reports, membership lists, by-laws, cassettes, etc. The President's Subject Files document the structure, function, and activities of the state and local chapters; present issues of concern to NOW-NYS on subjects including abortion and reproductive rights (1975-1988), battered women and domestic violence (1976-1988), Bork nomination (1987-1988), education (including educational opportunities for women, sexual discrimination, etc.) (1975-1983), and subsequently job training and displaced homemakers program (1983-1988), Equal Rights Amendment (1976-1988, with gaps), employment (1968-1973), feminization of poverty (1982), homelessness by divorce (1986), lesbian and gay rights (1978-1983), marriage and divorce (1979-1988), parental leave (1987), pay equity (1987), sex discrimination (1979-1980, 1985), sexual harrassment (1987), surrogate parenting (1987-1988), task forces (1971-1987) on the following: consciousness raising (1980-1981), domestic relations law (1978-1983), education (1981-1982), employment (1981), marriage and divorce (1981), pornography, sexual assault and battering (1983-1988); and provide an account of lobbying and legislative issues promoted by NOW. Correspondents include NOW-NYS presidents and officials, NOW-NYS chapter leaders, political candidates and politicians, state officials, etc.

BoxFolderContentsDate

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1 1Albany Area Now1972-1975

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1 2Bank statements--Security Trust1974-1977

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1 3Bylaws1974-1978

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1 4By-laws & National Officers1973

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1 5By-laws (NYS)1974

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1 6By-laws Pennsylvania1973

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1 7Chapters1972-1974

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Albany1972

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Central New York1972

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Elizabeth Cady Stanton (Seneca Falls)1974

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Erie County Surburban Chapter1973-1974

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Finger Lakes1974

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Genesee Valley (Rochester)1974

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Glens Falls1974

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Jamestown1974

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Jefferson County1973

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Knolls1974

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Liverpool1974

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Mid-Hudson1974

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Newburgh (Orange County Feminist Union)1974

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Northern Chautauqua1974

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Oneonta (Delaware County)1974

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Orleans County1974

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Plattsburgh1974

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Schenectady1974

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Staten Island (Richmond)1974

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South Shore1974

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Suffolk1974

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Troy 1974

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1 8Chapters, Applications & Lists of Meetings Conveniened1972-1974

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1 9Chapters, Organization of1974

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1 10Chapters, Organization of, and By-laws1972-1976

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1 11Compliance with Equal Employment Opportunities Act1971

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1 12Conferences1973-1977

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1 13Do It Now1971-1974

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1 14Education1968-1972

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1 15Education1973-1975

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1 16Elections--National NOW1974

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1 17Elections--National NOW1974-1975

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1 18Employment1968-1973

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1 19Employment--ManualUndated

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1 20FormsUndated

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1 21Graham, Judy (National Business Manager)1974-1976

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1 22Latino American Committees establishedca. 1974

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1 23Mailing list, [undated] Mailings from National Office1971-1974

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1 24Membership print-out 1974

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1 25Mid-Hudson Chapter NOW news releases1974

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1 26Miscellaneous1970-1974

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1 27Molnar, Sheila1973-1975

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1 28National Board1971-1975

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1 29National Office1973-1974

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1 30National Women's Day, August 261970-1974

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1 31New York City Chapter NOW news releases1973-1974

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1 32News Releases and Programs1970-1981

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1 33Organizational Guide & Information1970-1974

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2 1Pennsylvania NOW1973

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2 2Queens Chapter NOW news releases1974

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2 3Resolutions1966, 1970, 1974

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2 4Staten Island Chapter NOW news releases1974

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2 5Suffolk N.O.W. Chapter news releases1974

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2 6Task force heads1971

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2 7Task forces1971-1974

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2 8Treasury--Laura Rosman1974

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2 9Abortion1975

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2 10Albany Area NOW1975

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2 11Alice Doesn't--women's strike1975

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2 12Assertiveness training, June1975

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2 13Chapters1975

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2 14Chapters1975-1976

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2 15Child Care1975

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2 16Correspondence, outgoing1975

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2 17Do It NOW1975

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2 18Education1975

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2 19Executive Committee correspondence1975-1976

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2 20Law suits1975

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2 21Legal Policy and Guide1975

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2 22Legislative Office1975

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2 23Majority caucus1975

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2 24Media reform1975

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2 25Membership1975

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2 26Miscellaneous1975

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2 27National Office1975

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2 28Rape1975

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2 29Regional Conference--Philadelphia1975

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2 30Resolutions1975

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2 31State Conference--Mailing lists1975

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2 32State Conference--Ossining1975

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2 33State Conference packet1975

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2 34State Council1975

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2 35Stockholder's action1975

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2 36Task forces1975

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2 37Treasurer's Report1975-1976

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2 38Women's Unit--Executive Chamber1975

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2 39Andrews Zelle1976

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2 40Andrews, Zelle1976-1978

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2 41Battered Women1976-1977

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2 42By-laws1976-1977

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2 43Chapters1976-1980

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2 44Democratic National Convention1976

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2 45Do It Now1976

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2 46Eastern Region State Coordinators1976

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2 47Equal Rights Amendment1976

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2 48Graham, Judy (Business Manager)1976

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2 49Lists--chapters, delegates, etc. 1976-1978

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2 50Membership, at-large 1976-1980

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2 51Membership dues1976

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3 1Miscellaneous1976

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3 2National NOW Board1976

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3 3National NOW Conference1976

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3 4Newsletters1976-1977

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3 5Press clippings1976

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3 6Reproduction1976

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3 7Resolutions1976

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3 8Task forces1976

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3 9Treasurer's reports1976

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3 10Abortion1977-1978

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3 11Battered women1977-1979

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3 12Budget1977-1978

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3 13Budget1977-1980

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3 14Budget, dues, forms1977-1980

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3 15Carey, Gov. U. L.--Endorsement1978

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3 16Central New York Chapter1978-1981

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3 17Chapters1978-1980

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3 18Conferences, conventions1977-1978

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3 19Convenor's kitca. 1978

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3 20Cornell University Chapter [Dialogue]1978-1979

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3 21Correspondence, incoming--NOW individuals1978-1981

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3 22Correspondence, incoming--non-NOW organizations1978-1982

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3 23Correspondence, outgoing--non-NOW organizations1978-1981

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3 24Crises mail1978-1979

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3 25Do It Now1977

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3 26Domestic Relations Law Task Force1978-1983

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3 27Dues transmittal forms1977-1980

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3 28East End, Chapter [Voices]1978-1980

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3 29Education Task Force1977

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3 30Elections--National NOW1977-1978

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3 31Employment Task Force1977-1978

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3 32Employment Task Force1978-1980

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3 33Equal Rights Amendment1977-1978

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3 34Human Rights, Division of1977-1978

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3 35Legislation1977-1978

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3 36Legislative Gazette1978-1979

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3 37Legislative issues1978-1980

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3 38Legislative package1978

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3 39Lesbian rights1978

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3 40Long Island Chapter [Nassau]1978-1982

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4 1Mailings1978-1980

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4 2Membership inquiries1978-1980

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4 3Membership lists1978-1980

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4 4Miscellaneous1977-1978

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4 5National Institute of Education--Curriculum Development1977

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4 6National NOW information1977-1981

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4 7NOW New York State [newsletters]1977-1978

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4 8Office space business1978

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4 9Political endorsements1977-1978

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4 10Reproduction1977-1978

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4 11Sex discrimination1976-1978

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4 12Task forces1977

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4 13Teenage pregnancy1977

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4 14Utica chapter1978-1979

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4 15Vouchers paid1978

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4 16Women's Landmark Preservation Committee1977-1978

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4 17Albany Office1979-1981

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4 18Alcoholism1979

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4 19American Association of University Women1979

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4 20Audit Committee Report1979

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4 21Budget1979

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4 22Buffalo Chapter1979-1982

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4 23By-laws1979

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4 24Central New York Chapter1979-1982

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4 25Chapters1979

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4 26Chapters1979-1982

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4 27Child Care Coordinating Council, Inc.1979

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4 28Comprehensive Employment and Training Act1979-1980

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4 29Concerted Effort, Inc.1979

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4 30Conference--Resolutions1979 June 23-1979 June 24

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4 31Correspondence, incoming--non NOW individuals1979-1981

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4 32Correspondence, outgoing--National NOW1979-1981

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4 33Correspondence, outgoing--non-NOW individuals1979-1981

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4 34Correspondence, outgoing--NOW individuals1979-1982

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4 35Crank file1979-1982

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4 36Family violence1979

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4 37Feiger, Sheila Molnar1979

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4 38Feiger, Sheila Molnar1979-1980

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4 39Finances1979-1981

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4 40Grievance, Alpert vs. Larsen1979

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4 41Legislative packet1979

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4 42Lesbian Rights1979-1980

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5 1Lesbian Rights1979-1981

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5 2Lesbian Rights Task Force1979-1980

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5 3Lobby Day1979

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5 4Lobbying and legislation1979

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5 5Lobbying and legislation1979-1980

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5 6Matrimonial legislation1979-1980

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5 7Middletown Chapter1979-1981

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5 8Miscellaneous[Undated]

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5 9National correspondence1979-1980

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5 10NOW Material order forms1979-1981

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5 11Resolutions1979

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5 12Sex discrimination--Varner, Hazel case1979

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5 13State Regional Legislative meetings1979 February

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5 14Southern Westchester Chapter1979-1982

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5 15Workshop information1979

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5 16Bylaws1980

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5 17Chapter development1980

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5 18Citizen's Party1980

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5 19Conferences, conventions1980

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5 20Consciousness Raising Task Force1980-1981

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5 21Elections--NYS NOW1980

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5 22Equal Rights Amendment1980

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5 23Feiger, Sheila Molnar1980-1981

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5 24Greater Syracuse Chapter1980-1982

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5 25Holtzman, Elizabeth--campaign [for District Attorney]1980-1981

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5 26Human Rights, Division of1980

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5 27Internal NOW correspondence1980-1981

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5 28Legislative packet1980

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5 29Lobby Day1980

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5 30Lobbying and legislation1980

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5 31Mailing lists1980-1981

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5 32Matrimonial legislation1980

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5 33Miscellaneous1980

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5 34Mohawk Valley Chapter1980-1982

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5 35National Advisory Council on Women's Educational Programs1980

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5 36New York State Nurses Association1980

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5 37Organization of Women for Legal Awareness1980

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5 38Organization of Women Ministers1980

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5 39Political Action Committee1980-1983

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5 40Political endorsements1980

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5 41Press releases1980-1981

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5 42Professional Women in NYS1980

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5 43Project on the Status and Education of Women1980

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5 44Rockland County Chapter1980

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5 45Rockland County Chapter1980-1981

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5 46Saratoga Chapter1980-1982

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5 47Sex discrimination in education1980

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5 48State Council Meeting1980 January 12-1980 January 13

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5 49State Council Meeting1980 March 22-1980 March 23

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5 50State Council Meeting1980 May 3-4

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5 51Task forces1980

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5 52White House Indepartmental Task Force on Women1980

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5 53Ambach, Gordon [Commissioner of Education and President of SUNY]Undated

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5 54Brooklyn Chapter1981-1982

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5 55Budget1981

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6 1Budget1981-1982

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6 2Central New York Chapter1981-1982

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6 3Chapters1981-1982

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6 4Conference1981 May 15-1981 May 17

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6 5Conference Implementation Committee1981, 1983

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6 6Education Task Force1981-1982

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6 7Employment Task Force1981

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6 8Equal Rights Amendment1981

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6 9Equal Rights Amendment Walk-A-Thon1981

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6 10Lobby Day1981 February 4

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6 11Lobbying1981

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6 12Mailings1981-1982

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6 13Marriage and Divorce Task Force1981

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6 14Marriage and Divorce Task Force--meeting1981 March 7

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6 15Miscellaneous1981

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6 16New York Public Interest Research Group1981

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6 17New York Women's Sports Association1981

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6 18Political Action Committee1981

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6 19Reproductive Rights Task Force1981

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6 20Rockland County Chapter1981-1982

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6 21Southern Westchester Chapter1981-1982

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6 22Task forces1981-1982, 1985

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6 23Well Woman Project1981

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6 24Convention1982 April 2-1982 April 04

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6 25Education1982

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6 26Education1982-1983

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6 27Elections1982

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6 28Feminization of poverty1982

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6 29Human Rights, Division of1982-1984

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6 30Lobby Day1982

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6 31Lobby Day1983

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6 32Miscellaneous1982

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6 33Miscellaneous1983

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6 34Nassau Chapter1982

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6 35Reproductive rights1982

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6 36Reproductive Rights Task Force1983

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6 37Subgroup Received1990

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6 38Abortion Rights Action--January 18-21--National Vigil for Women's Lives1985

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6 39Ad Book1985

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6 40Advertising1986

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6 41Affirmative Action Bills1987

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6 42American Family Celebration1988

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6 43Amicus Briefs: Clubs1986-1987

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6 44Amicus Briefs: Executive Order 50-AA1984-1985

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6 45Amicus Briefs: Liberta--Marital Rape Exemption1984

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6 46Amicus Briefs: Marital Records1986

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6 47Amicus Briefs: NYS vs Emick (Wife Battering)1983-1984

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6 48Amicus Briefs: United States Power Squadrons1983

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6 49Amicus Briefs: Upper Hudson Valley Planned Parenthood & NYS Department of Health1985

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7 1Amsterdam Custody Case1986

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7 2Appointments Coalition1983

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7 3Appointments Coalition1983

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7 4Automation1984

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7 5Battered Women--Hospital Follow-ups1986

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7 6Bork, Robert--Clippings1987

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7 7Bork, Robert--Correspondence About1987

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7 8Bork, Robert--Literature1971, 1978, 1985, 1987

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7 9Bork, Robert--NOW & Coalitions1987

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7 10Bork, Robert--Original Mailings1987

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7 11Bork, Robert--Study1987

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7 12Brawley, Tawana1988

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7 13Brochures (Old)Undated

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7 14Bronx Chapter NOW1984

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7 15Budget Crisis1984

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7 16Budget--Treasurer's Reports1983-1984

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7 17Budget--Treasurer's Reports1984

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7 18Budgets1983-1987

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7 19Buffalo Chapter NOW1984

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7 20Caregiving--Testimony on1988

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7 21Central New York Chapter President Peggy L. Murray1988

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7 22Centralized dues collection1979, 1981-1982

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7 23Chapter Development1980-1981

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7 24Chapter Development1984

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7 25Chapter Letter1984

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7 26Chapter Renewal Monetary Report1982-1984, 1988

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7 27Chapter Reports1987-1988

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7 28Chapters Abroad (Military)1983

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7 29Child Custody Issues1985-1987

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7 30Child Custody Speakout1984-1986

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7 31Child Support1985-1988

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7 32Civil Rights Abuse Complaint: Esther Shapiro1985

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7 33Civil Rights Restoration Act1985

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7 34Coalition for Fair Domestic Relations Laws--Lobby Day1986

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7 35Coalition of Free Men - Transitions [newsletter]1987

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7 36Complaints--Individual1987-1988

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7 37Correspondence1984

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7 38Correspondence1985

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7 39Correspondence1986

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7 40Correspondence1986

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7 41Correspondence1987

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7 42Correspondence1988

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7 43Correspondence1988

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8 1Department of Education1986-1988

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8 2Discrimination Complaints: Benton, Marie1985

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8 3Discrimination Complaints: Bobal, Gail1984-1985

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8 4Discrimination Complaints: Kenna, Laurie1985

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8 5Discrimination Complaints: Lavigne, Marianne1985

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8 6Discrimination Complaint: Nesbitt, Ellen1986

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8 7Discrimination Complaints: Smith, Christine1985

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8 8Divorce--Equitable Distribution & Other Financial Issues1984-1988

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8 9Domestic Violence--Diane Pikul1988

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8 10Domestic Violence & Domestic Relations: Proposed Legislation1988

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8 11ERA1984

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8 12ERA1984

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8 13ERA1988

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8 14ERA--Discrimination Complaints1984-1986

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8 15ERA--Friedan, Betty1986

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8 16ERA--PAC NOW-NYS1984-1987

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8 17ERA--PAC NOW-NYS1984-1987

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8 18ERA--Vermont1986

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8 19Every Woman Coalition1985

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8 20Facts on Women 19861986

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8 21Federal Executive Order #11246AA1985

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8 22Feminization of Power1987

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8 23Fundraising1980-1983

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8 24Fundraising--Direct Mailca. 1980s

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8 25Fundraising Ideas1982-1983

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8 26Fundraising--National Fundraising Telephone Solicitation Kit1979

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8 27Fundraising--New York City1984

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8 28Fundraising--"Pork Roasts"1984

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8 29Fundraising--President's Phone Solicitation1980-1981

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8 30"Girls Can Do"--Interview Excerpts on Radio London & Radio 1 (Cassette)[1988]

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8 31Goldsmith, Judy--Breakfast (NOW National President)1985

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8 32Greater Rochester NOW Chapter1988

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8 33Greater Syracuse Chapter1987, 1989

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8 34Greater Syracuse Chapter Presidents, Robert Seidenberg and Mary Ann Stone1987-1988

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8 35Hiring1984-1985

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8 36Holtzman, Liz--Defense1987

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8 37Homelessness by Divorce (Women & Children)1984-1985

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8 38Insurance1984-1988

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8 39Insurance--Background1982-1985

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8 40Insurance--NOW vs Metropolitan Life1985

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8 41Insurance--NOW vs Mutual of Omaha1984-1986

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8 42Insurance--NYS Code1985-1986

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8 43Insurance & Pension Sex Discrimination1983

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8 44Insurance Liability1984-1985

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9 1Job Training Partnership Act1982-1984

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9 2Job Training Partnership Act1982-1984

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9 3Job Training Partnership Act1982-1984

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9 4Jobs with Justice1988

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9 5Kennedy, Judge Anthony1987

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9 6Kennedy, Judge Anthony1987

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9 7Labor Law #2201985

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9 8Legislation1984

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9 9Legislation1987

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9 10Legislation1987

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9 11Legislation1988

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9 12Legislation (NYS)--Supported/Opposed by NOW-NYS1986

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9 13Legislative Achievements for Women in New York State: A 20-Year Retrospective1985

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9 14Legislative Program1983

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9 15Lesbian & Gay Rights: AIDS1986-1987

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9 16Lesbian & Gay Rights: Bias Bill (Howard Beach)1987-1988

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9 17Lesbian & Gay Rights: Civil Rights Bill1987

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9 18Lesbian & Gay Rights: Correspondence1987

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9 19Lesbian & Gay Rights: Employment Contract--Joan Butcher1984

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9 20Lesbian & Gay Rights: Foster Care1985

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9 21Lesbian & Gay Rights: Fundraising1984, 1986-1987

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9 22Lesbian & Gay Rights: Hate Crimes Statistics Bill1988

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9 23Lesbian & Gay Rights: Housing1985

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9 24Lesbian & Gay Rights: Lobbying1987

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9 25Lesbian & Gay Rights: Lobbyist Reports1986

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9 26Lesbian & Gay Rights: Local Ordinances1984, 1986

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9 27Lesbian & Gay Rights: NOW Job Descriptions1987

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9 28Lesbian & Gay Rights: NYC Executive Order #221984

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9 29Lesbian & Gay Rights: Special Project Reports1987-1988

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9 30Lesbian & Gay Rights: Staff Reports, Memos, etc1985

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9 31Lesbian & Gay Rights: Target State Proposal, National NOW & Veatch Program1985-1986

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9 32Lobbyists' Reports1987

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9 33Long Island NOW - Nassau, Inc.1980, 1987, 1991-1992

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9 34Long Island Women's Coalition1983-1984

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9 35Maternity Health Act1988

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9 36Mid-Suffolk NOW1987

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9 37Midwives1986

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9 38Monroe-Woodbury Bus Drivers1987

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9 39Mutual Orders of Protection Project1988

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9 40National Coalition of American Nuns1985

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9 41National March for Women's Lives1986 March 9

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9 42NOW National Conference1987

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9 43NOW New York City Chapter1984

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9 44NOW-NYS--Centralized Dues Collection1979, 1981-1982

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9 45NOW-NYS Chapter Renewal Monetary Report1982-1984, 1988

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9 46NOW-NYS Convention1987

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9 47NOW-NYS--Gotham Chapter1987-1988

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9 48NOW-NYS International Feminist Study Tour--Mexico1987

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9 49NOW-NYS--National Central Dues Projections1980-1981

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9 50NOW-NYS PAC1985

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9 51NOW-NYS State Conference1985

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9 52New York State and National NOW Membership Surveys1984-1985

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9 53New York Temporary State Commission on Lobbying1982-1983

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9 54Northern Chautauqua County NOW Chapter1986

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9 55Palisades Interstate Park Commission: Reform Proposal1984-1985

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10 1Parental Leave1986-1987

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10 2Park Project, Inc, (Hiring Practices of Palisades Interstate Park Commission)1985

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10 3Paul, Rosina (Haitian Refugee)1984

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10 4Pay Equity--NYC1987

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10 5Pay Equity--State1987

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10 6Pay Equity Rally1985 August 26

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10 7Phelps Dodge--Arizona Copper Strike1985

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10 8Political Action Committee1984-1986

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10 9Political Action Committee1984-1986

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10 10Political Action Committee--State Coordinators1986

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10 11Political Action Information1985

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10 12Political Endorsements1988

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10 13Postal Rate1984-1987

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10 14Presidential Campaign1988

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10 15Regents1988

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10 16Reproductive Rights1984-1988

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10 17Rollova, Marta1988

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10 18St Patrick's Day Stag Dinner1987

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10 19Schroeder, Congresswomen Pat, Presidential Campaign1987

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10 20Sexual Harassment1987

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10 21Speakers' Bureau1985

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10 22Staff1985

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10 23Suffolk Court House1986

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10 24"Surrogate" Parenting1987-1988

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10 25Tag Day (Fundraising)1986

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10 26Task Force Chairs1985

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10 27Task Force on Pornography, Sexual Assault & Battering--Folder 11986-1988

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10 28Task Force on Pornography, Sexual Assault & Battering--Folder 21987-1988

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10 29Task Force on Pornography, Sexual Assault & Battering--Folder 31986-1988

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10 30Task Force on Pornography, Sexual Assault & Battering--Folder 41986-1988

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10 31Task Force on Pornography, Sexual Assault & Battering--Folder 51986-1988

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10 32Task Force on Pornography, Sexual Assault & Battering--Folder 61984-1986

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10 33Task Force on Pornography, Sexual Assault & Battering--Folder 71983-1985

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10 34Task Force on Pornography, Sexual Assault & Battering--Folder 81985-1988

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10 35Task Force to Encourage Electoral Participation1987

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10 36Tax Proposals1987

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10 37Ulster NOW chapter1987

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10 38United Nations Conference on Disarmament and Development1987

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10 39University NOW1984

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10 40Veterans--Partridge, Jacquelyn A1986

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10 41Westchester NOW Chapter1987

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10 42"What Now" Forum (with two cassettes)1984 December 3

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10 43Women in the Courts1986-1987

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10 44Women in the Courts II1988

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10 45Workmen's Compensation1985

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10 46Workmen's Compensation Set-aside1978-1979, 1986-1988
Quantity: 5 cubic ft.

Arranged alphabetically by subject.

The NOW-NYS Issues series contains journal articles, newspaper clippings, feminist literature and bibliographies, legislative and task force memoranda, committee and research reports, newsletters, leaflets and fliers of other feminist organizations, feminist art, correspondence with NOW-NYS presidents, testimony at public hearings and legal proceedings, posters and announcements of events, state and federal laws and proposed bills relating to discrimination and gender bias in education (1972-1982), labor (1970-1982), and politics (1973-1985), abortion (1970-1985), women's health care (1973-1981) and birth control issues (1973-1982), domestic relations (1981-1985), older women and aging (1971-1983), the Equal Rights Amendment (1971-1982), lesbian and gay rights (1987-1981), and the women's movement in general (1971-1985).

BoxFolderContentsDate

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1 1Abortion--Law and legislation1970-1982

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1 2Abortion--Moral and religious aspects1974-1976

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1 3Abortion--Personal narratives1975-1981

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1 4Abortion--Pro-Choice Movement1972-1977

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1 5Abortion--Pro-Choice Movement1978-1985

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1 6Abortion--Pro-Life Movement1971-1982

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1 7Abortion in the press1971-1985

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1 8Abused women1975-1985

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1 9Abzug, Bella (b.1920- )1972-1976

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1 10Adoption and foster care1972-1976

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1 11Affirmative Action Programs1970-1973

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1 12Affirmative Action Programs1974-1982

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1 13Aged women1971-1976

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1 14Aged women1978-1983

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1 15Alcoholism1975-1979

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1 16Assertiveness training1972-1985

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1 17Birth control1973-1982

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1 18Birth control--Population control1975-1976

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1 19Birth control--Sterilization1974-1981

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1 20Child abuse1975-1980

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1 21Childbirth1975-1977

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1 22Child care1970-1982

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1 23Civil rights1974-1981

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1 24Comic books, strips1970-1978

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2 1Computers1981, 1984

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2 2Cuomo, Mario (b.1932- )1982

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2 3Continuing education1961-1982

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2 4Discrimination in education1963-1972

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2 5Discrimination in education1973

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2 6Discrimination in education1974

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2 7Discrimination in education1975-1979

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2 8Discrimination in education1980-1985

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2 9Discrimination in education--By states1972-1981

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2 10Discrimination in education--Occupational training1964-1984

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2 11Discrimination in education--Occupational training (bound publications)1980-1981

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2 12Discrimination in education--Occupational training (position papers)1981-1982

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2 13Discrimination in education--Title IX1972-1982

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2 14Discrimination in education--Title XX1975

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2 15Discrimination in education--Textbook bias1965-1973

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2 16Discrimination in education--Textbook bias1974-1982

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3 1Discrimination in employment1963-1969

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3 2Discrimination in employment1970-1971

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3 3Discrimination in employment1972

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3 4Discrimination in employment1973-1975

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3 5Discrimination in employment1976-1981

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3 6Discrimination in higher education1970-1976

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3 7Discrimination in higher education1977-1982

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3 8Divorce1970-1985

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3 9Divorce--Child support--Child custody1971-1985

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3 10Equal Rights Amendment1971-1976

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3 11Equal Rights Amendment1977-1982

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3 12Euthanasia (right to die)1973-1976

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3 13Family1977-1980

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4 1Family violence1976-1985

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4 2Feminists1970-1982

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4 3Feminist literature1970-1971

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4 4Feminist literature1972-1982

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4 5Feminist literature--bibliographies1970-1981

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4 6Genetics1972-1977

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4 7Handicapped1971-1978

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4 8Hearst, Patty (b.1954- )1971-1976

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4 9Housewives1971-1981

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4 10International Women's Year 19751974-1976

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4 11Labor movement1970-1982

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4 12Lesbianism1970-1981

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4 13Miscellaneous1972-1982

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4 14MS Magazine1971-1974

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4 15New York State Education Department--Press releases1980

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4 16Nursing--Study and teaching1977-1979

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4 17Politics1973-1985

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4 18Prostitution1971-1979

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4 19Rape1971-1975

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4 20Rape1976-1981

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5 1Sex discrimination against women1971-1977

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5 2Sexism in language1970-1979

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5 3Teenage pregnancy--teenage sex1975-1978

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5 4Toys--toymaking1971-1974

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5 5Witchcraft1974

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5 6Women--Health care1973-1981

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5 7Women--History1969-1985

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5 8Women--Mental health1970-1980

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5 9Women--Pensions and insurance1963-1976

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5 10Women authors1970-1982

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5 11Women comedians1973-1976

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5 12Women consultants1974-1976

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5 13Women musicians1975-1983

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5 14Women and religion1976-1979

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5 15Women as consumers1972-1976

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5 16Women in film1971-1982

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5 17Women in literature1972-1981

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5 18Women in mass media1969-1979

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5 19Women in politics1973-1979

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5 20Women in politics1980-1985

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5 21Women in sports1974-1979

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5 22Women in television1970-1979

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5 23Women in the theatre1972-1976

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5 24Women's centers1971-1982

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5 25Women's Liberation Movement1971-1985

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5 26Women's sexual behavior1972-1978

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5 27Working women1966-1973

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5 28Working women1974-1982
Quantity: 2.7 cubic ft.

Arranged alphabetically by subject for a specific year or group of years.

The NOW-NYS Lobbyists' files contain correspondence, lobbyists' notes on contacts with politicians and other lobbying groups, testimony, depositions from public hearings, bill proposals, and memoranda relating to the women's liberation movement in New York. Issues covered include NOW-NYS's responses to legislative bills concerning employment, abortion, child abuse, domestic violence, gay and lesbian rights, marriage and divorce, rape prevention, reproductive rights, and sex equity in education. Correspondents include the lobbyists and NOW-NYS presidents, and Barbara T Rochman, the NOW-NYS V.P. for lobbying 1984-1988.

BoxFolderContentsDate

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1 1Voting records1972-1975

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1 2Abortion1977-1981

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1 3Correspondence1978-1979

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1 4Education1977-1979

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1 5Education: Title IX1975

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1 6Employment1976-1978

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1 7Equal Rights Amendment1974-1983

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1 8Equal Rights AmendmentUndated

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1 9ERA Assembly debate1974-1975

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1 10Family Court & Domestic Relations1976-1979

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1 11"The Good Guys & Gals": Legislative Representatives for Social Concerns1978-1981

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1 12Health & Social Services1975-1978

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1 13Higher education1977-1978

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1 14Human Rights1977

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1 15Legislative Newsletter1977-1978

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1 16Legislative Program1978

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1 17Legislative Program1979

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1 18Legislative survey1979

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1 19Legislators & ChaptersUndated

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1 20Lobby Day1979 March 13

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1 21Marriage1976-1979

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1 22Memoranda1975, 1979

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1 23Municipal Services1976-1978

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1 24Nolan, Howard C.: NYS Senator, 42nd District1979

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1 25NOW-NYS Lobbyist1978

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1 26Padavan, Frank: NYS Senator1979

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1 27RapeUndated

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1 28Sex discrimination1977-1978

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1 29Sports1977

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1 30Stratton, Samuel S.: NYS Congress, 28th District1979

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1 31Assembly1981

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1 32Bills, miscellaneous1981

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1 33Community Outreach Program1981

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1 34Daily notes1981

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1 35Education1981-1982

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1 36Employment1980-1981

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1 37Employment Task Force1980-1981

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1 38Equal Rights Amendment1981

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1 39ERA Impact Clearinghouse1981-1983

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1 40Finance Vice-President: mailing1981

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1 41Forms1980

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1 42Important votes1981

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1 43Indecent materials to minors1981

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1 44Joint Custody1981

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1 45Legislative memos sent to Senate or Assembly1981-1982

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1 46Legislative Program1980-1981

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1 47Lesbian rights1981

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1 48Lobby Day1981 March 24

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1 49Lobbyist introductory letter1981

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1 50Lobbyist reports1981

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2 51Marriage & divorce1980-1981

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2 52Miscellaneous1981

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2 53Moynihan, Daniel: United States Senate, NYS1981

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2 54No-fault divorce1981

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2 55Public assistance1980

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2 56Rape Prevention & Control Program1981

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2 57Reproductive rights1981

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2 58Russell, Susan: NOW-NYS Lobbyist1981

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2 59Special Session1980

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2 60Voting record: NYS Assembly1980

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2 61Women's Study Group1981

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2 63Data files on NYS Assembly: L-ZUndated

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2 64Data files on NYS Senate: A-LUndated

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2 65Data files on NYS Senate: M-ZUndated

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2 66Education: NOW Bill1982

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2 67Education: Statewide Advisory Council on Equal Opportunity for Women1982

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2 68Equal rights Amendment1982

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2 69Legislative memos sent to Assembly or Senate1982

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2 70Legislative Program1982

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2 71Lobby Day1982 March 23

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2 72NOW-NYS budget1982

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2 73NOW-NYS Convention1982 April 2-1982 April 4

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2 74Voting records1982

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2 7525-Age of support, A590602/16/1982

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2 7628-Long Shore Workers, S4062A, A6876A02/22/1982

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2 7729-Sex discrimination, 2827, A372602/26/1982

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2 7832-Child support, A3215, A503303/08/1982

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2 8135-Employment, mailings03/06/1982

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2 8236-Alimony, A1008503/10/1982

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2 8337-Personal Property Law, 6292B03/09/1982

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2 8438-Alimony, S790103/11/1982

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2 8539-Sex discrimination, A372603/11/1982

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2 8640-Task forces, mailings, memoranda, kills03/09/1982

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2 8742-Marriage, A150203/15/1982

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2 8843-Equitable distribution, A849703/15/1982

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2 8944-Sexual harassment, A61703/18/1982

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2 9148-A308103/22/1982

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2 9249-Adultery, A163703/22/1982

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2 9350-Unemployment Insurance Law, A480003/22/1982

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2 9451-A798603/29/1982

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2 9552-Maternity care coverage, A5678B03/29/1982

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2 9653-Medicaid funding for abortions03/26/1982

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2 9754-Child support, S8485, A1081303/29/1982

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2 9855-S8485, A1081304/01/1982

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2 9956-Infant formula, A798604/01/1982

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2 10057-Maternity care coverage, A5678B04/01/1982

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2 10158-Feiger, Sheila-mailings04/05/1982

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2 10259-Joint custody, A1072104/19/1982

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2 10360-Rape bills (3)04/22/1982

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2 10461-Sex discrimination, S221, A35204/22/1982

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2 10663-Abortion, S6561A04/24/1982

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2 10865-Equitable distribution, A1156204/30/1982

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2 11168-Abortion, A234004/30/1982

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2 11269-Sojouner Truth05/03/1982

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2 11370-Alimony, A11363, S896705/03/1982

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2 11471-Age of support, S716, A104505/03/1982

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2 11572-Health, A239405/03/1982

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2 11673-Joint custody, S8464, A1072105/07/1982

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2 11774-Divorce legal fees, A3105A05/10/1982

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2 11875-Child support, A976005/10/1982

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2 11976-Life insurance, A716305/10/1982

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2 12077-Personal Property Law, A6292B05/28/1982

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2 12178-Alimony, A2223A05/10/1982

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2 12279-Maternity care, A5678B05/10/1982

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2 12380-Beatrice Kachuck's letters to Freebone & Genrich05/07/1982

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2 12481-Alimony and child support, A11363, S8996705/11/1982

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2 12582-Joint custody, Hatfield/Hyde05/07/1982, 05/11/1982

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2 12683-Abortion, S5410, S5204B, A628505/17/1982, 05/24/1982

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2 12784-Child support, A1081305/14/1982

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2 12885-Child support, A10745A05/17/1982

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2 12986-Divorce, A11, 10105/28/1982

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2 13087-Parental leave, A419805/17/1982

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2 13188-Pension rights, S9401, A1238505/21/1982

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2 13289-Workers Compensation survivors, A1008105/21/1982

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2 13390-Equitable distribution, A1156205/24/1982

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2 13491-Discrimination in employment, A602205/21/1982

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2 13592-Sex offenses, A571805/21/1982

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2 13693-Rape, S6355, A553805/24/1982

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2 13794-Sexual abuse, A5717A05/24/1982, 1982 June 7, 1982 June 10

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2 13895-legal services, S9443, A1240305/24/1982

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2 13996-Strip searches, A790306/09/1982, 1982 June 25

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2 14097-Exclusion of women from long shore jobs, A1189206/07/1982

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2 14198-Education programs at Seneca Falls, A1282106/15/1982

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2 14299-Pensions, S10095, A1189106/28/1982

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2 143Endorsement of political candidates by NYS-NOW06/07/1982

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2 144Equitable distribution, memo to Lillian's (Kozak) task force06/21/1982

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2 145Patient information, A1114606/21/1982

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2 146Education1984

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2 147Equal employment rights1984-1987

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3 148Equal Rights Amendment1983-1984

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3 149Equal Rights Amendment1984

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3 150Equal Rights Amendment1984, 1986

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3 151Equal Rights AmendmentUndated

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3 152Imposed joint custody, A5578, S39071985-1986

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3 153Incoming correspondence1985

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3 154Legislation1985-1988

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4 155Legislative agenda1984-1988

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4 156Legislative priorities1985

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4 157Legislative Program1983

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4 158Legislative Program1984

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4 159Lobby support groupsUndated

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4 160Memos being held1985

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4 161Miscellaneous1984-1985

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4 162Outgoing correspondence1985

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4 163Pay equity1984-1988

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4 164Voting record1984
Quantity: 2 cubic ft.

Arranged in chronological order.

Computer printouts of mailing lists of NOW-NYS arranged by zip code and alphabetically thereunder.

BoxFolderContentsDate

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1 1-50Mailing Lists1982-1983

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2 1-45Mailing Lists1984
Quantity: 1 cubic ft.

Arranged alphabetically by local chapter name and chronologically thereunder.

Contains local and NYS Chapter newsletters. Some runs are incomplete. Only the Albany Chapter newsletters are deposited on a regular basis.

BoxFolderContentsDate

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1 1Albany Area NOW Newsletter1975-1988

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1 2Bay Ridge NOW Newsletter1981-1983

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1 3Bronx NOW, The Voice of1978-1984, 1987

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1 4Brooklyn NOW Newsletter1977, 1983-1985, 1987

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1 5Broome County NOW Newsletter1985-1988

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1 6Buffalo NOW-Feminist Observer1983-1984

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1 7Central New York Times1983-1988

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1 8Central Westchester NOW Newsletter1975

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1 9East End NOW, Voices from1978

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1 10Erie County Suburban Chapter-Notes1973-1978

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1 11Farmington Valley NOW News1980

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1 12Finger Lakes Chapter, NOW, For Later...Newsletter of the1988

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1 13Fredonia-Dunkirk Chapter NOW News1973

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1 14Fulton-Montgomery NOW1984

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1 15Genessee Valley Chapter Now, The Forum1975

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1 16Greater Rochester NOW Newsletter1987-1988

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1 17Greater Syracuse Chapter NOW NEWS1977-1978, 1987

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1 18Greenwich Newsletter1987

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1 19Huntington NOW1984-1987

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1 20Middletown NOW1984-1985

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1 21Mid-Hudson NOW News1974-1988

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1 22Mid-Suffolk Chapter--NOW Hear this1978-1984, 1987-1988

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1 23Mohawk Valley NOW Times1984-1987

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1 24Nassau NOW Times1976-1988

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1 25Nassau NOW Times1976-1988

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1 26Nassau NOW Times1976-1988

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1 27National NOW Times1986

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1 28New York City-The NOW York Woman/NOW NYC News1975-1988

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1 29NOW New York State1976, 1979

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1 30NOW-NYS Action Report1984, 1986, 1988

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1 31Northern Chataugua Country Chapter NOW News1976

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1 32Out-of-State Chapters-'C-T'1976-1982, 1988

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1 33Putnam-East Dutchess Edition1977

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1 34Queens Newsletter1975-1986

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1 35Rockland County Chapter1978

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1 36Saratoga NOW Newsletter1983

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1 37Southern Nassau, SNNOW Alert1985

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1 38South Shore Chapter, DO It NOW1975-1976

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1 39Southern Westchester, NOW NEWS1976

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1 40Sullivan County NOW Newsletter1987

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1 41Tompkins County Chapter Newsletter1985-1988

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1 42Ulster County NOW Newsletter1985

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1 43Wayne County NOW Newsletter1978-1980

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1 44Westchester NOW Newsletter1987(?)-1988

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1 45West Point NOW Newsletter1976
Quantity: 1.5 cubic ft.

Arranged alphabetically by title and chronologically thereunder.

The NOW-NYS Feminist Publications Collection series contains periodicals and journals issued by a wide range of women's and feminist groups. Feminist publications include Speak Out (1972-1977), Off Our Backs (1971-1979), the Spokeswoman (1970-1977), Hera (1975), and Majority Report (1972-1979), dealing with gay and lesbian rights, reproductive rights, abortion, rape and radical political ideology. The series also includes periodicals dealing with reproductive health care and civil rights such as Family Planning/Population Reporter (1975-1977), Response to Violence in the Family (1979-1981), and Perspectives (1980-1981), a civil rights quarterly. Some periodical runs are incomplete and there are two folders of miscellaneous single issue publications. It is doubtful that NOW-NYS had a formal feminist publications collection; however, such a large quantity of feminist publications were found among the boxes processed that it was decided to organize these publications into a separate series.

BoxFolderContentsDate

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1 1 Alive, Capital District 1980

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1 2 Alive, Northeast 1980-1981

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1 3 Family Planning/Population Reporter 1975

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1 4 Family Planning/Population Reporter 1976

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1 5 Family Planning/Population Reporter 1977

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1 6 Hera 1975

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1 7 Know, Inc 1972-1974

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1 8 Know, Inc 1975

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1 9 Know, Inc 1976

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1 10 Majority Report 1972 June-1972 December

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1 11 Majority Report 1973 January-1973 April

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1 12 Majority Report 1973 May-1973 December

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1 13 Majority Report 1974 January-1974 April

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1 14 Majority Report 1974 May-1974 August

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1 15 Majority Report 1974 September-1974 December

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1 16 Majority Report 1975 January-1975 April

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1 17 Majority Report 1975 June-1975 September

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1 18 Majority Report 1975 October-1975 December

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1 19 Majority Report 1976 January-1976 May

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1 20 Majority Report 1976 May-1976 September

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1 21 Majority Report 1976 October-1977 May

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1 22 Majority Report 1977 May-1977 December

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1 23 Majority Report 1978 January-1978 February

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1 24 Majority Report 1978 May-1978 October

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1 25Miscellaneous Single Issues1972, 1974-1977

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1 26Miscellaneous Single Issues1982-1985

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1 27 New Womans Times 1975

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1 28 New Womans Times 1976

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1 29 News on Women in Government 1980-1981

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1 30 Off Our Backs 1971

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1 31 Off Our Backs 1972

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1 32 Off Our Backs 1974

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2 1 Off Our Backs 1978, 1979

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2 2 Pennsylvania NOW Newsletter 1974

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2 3 Perspectives, the Civil Rights Quarterly 1980-1981

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2 4 Family Planning PERSPECTIVES 1975

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2 5 Family Planning PERSPECTIVES 1976-1977

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2 6 Planned Parenthood-World population Washington Memo 1975-1977

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2 7 Quash 1976 January

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2 8 Response to Violence in the Family 1979-1980

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2 9 Response to Violence in the Family 1981

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2 10 Sane News 1980-1982

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2 11 Speak Out 1972

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2 12 Speak Out 1973

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2 13 Speak Out 1974

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2 14 Speak Out 1975

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3 1 Speak Out 1976

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3 2 Speak Out 1977

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3 3 The Spokeswoman 1970

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3 4 The Spokeswoman 1971

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3 5 The Spokeswoman 1972

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3 6 The Spokeswoman 1973

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3 7 The Spokeswoman 1974

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3 8 The Spokeswoman 1975

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3 9 The Spokeswoman 1976

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3 10 The Spokeswoman 1977

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3 11 Washington Park Spirit 1972

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3 12 Women New York 1975

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3 13 Women New York 1976, 1977

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3 14 Women New York 1979-1981

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3 15 Women's Advocate 1983

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3 16 Women's Studies Newsletter 1973

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3 17 Women's Studies Newsletter 1974

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3 18 Women's Studies Newsletter 1975

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3 19 Women's Studies Newsletter 1976

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3 20 Women's Unit News 1970-1974