1400 Washington AveAlbanyNY
1400 Washington AveAlbanyNY

Women's Building Collection

1954-2000

This project was made possible by a grant from the Documentary Heritage Program (DHP) of the New York State Archives, a program of the State Education Department.

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Abstract

The Women’s Building collection records the formation and day-to-day administrative and programming activities of the Women’s Building and its predecessor, the Tri-City Women’s Center. The organization provided a safe space for community groups to meet and organize, and informational and educational programming to support the women of the Capital District. Inspired by a feminist perspective and driven by a commitment to social justice, the Women’s Building provided physical meeting and office space to local organizations and programming and informational services on financial planning, legal issues, parenthood, childbirth, and women’s health. The collection includes administrative records and programming material from the organization’s inception in the early 1970s until 2000.

Summary

Creator:
Women's Building (Albany, N.Y.)
Date Coverage:
1954-2000
Quantity:
20.3 cubic ft. (about 20.3 boxes)

Inspired in part by the political activism of the late 1960s, a group of Capital District women coalesced in the early 1970s to establish a small community tied together by feminist ideas. The community included a wide variety of political and social perspectives on women that comprised moderate views as well as ideas of communal living and revolutionary Marxism. This diversity led to a variety of related groups with overlapping membership ranging from state agencies and university Women’s Studies programs to the communally-owned women’s retreat, A Women’s Place. The community also regularly included lesbians who saw their advancement within the larger frameworks of feminism and social justice. These women united together to advocate for a physical support center for the women of the Capital District. The establishment of the Tri-City Women’s Center can be seen as part of a wider shift in the feminist and lesbian groups nationwide away from more radical liberation movements and toward organization-building in an attempt to build women’s culture, community, and shared identity.

In 1972 the city of Albany restored its annual National Women’s Day Festival in Washington Park with the proceeds going towards the establishment of a regional women’s center, yet government support remained more hypothetical then tangible. For a brief period, a space for women was established at 184 Washington Avenue, but most meetings were held in private homes. Funding was almost non-existent and activities were sparse. In October of 1974 a group called “Priorities for Women” rented space at 128 Lancaster Street. The meetings there quickly evolved into the Tri-City Women’s Center, a group striving to establish “A Place of Their Own” – a community information resource, counseling, and referral center for the women of the Capital District. The center immediately supported a number of women’s groups in the area including Speakout, Albany Women Against Rape (AWARE), Lesbians for Liberation, the Women’s Counseling Collective, the Albany chapter of the National Organization of Women (NOW), and the Radical Feminist Study Group, among others.

The success of the Tri-City Women’s Center lasted only a few months, as the Center Square Neighborhood Association objected to the establishment of a non-residential facility on Lancaster Street. The neighborhood had been particularly defensive of its residential status since the construction of Empire State Plaza reduced its size. The Association had recently halted the construction of a parking garage on State Street and a McDonalds on South Swan Street and had opposed the special use applications of a number of charitable organizations attempting to move into the area. The Tri-City Women’s Building violated zoning laws by failing to file a special use application with the city planner and for having only one exit. The group was forced to leave by April 1975, despite petitioning for a special use permit with the support of 270 neighborhood residents.

Next, the Tri-City Women’s Center soon settled in the basement of the YWCA at 5 Lodge Street where it offered a large meeting room and a few offices, yet suffered from a lack of public visibility. A governing structure was established with a Steering Committee and eight working committees tasked with staffing and scheduling, legal procedures, financing and fundraising, programming, maintenance, library, and publicity duties. The Center was mainly supported by donations and monthly pledges which prevented it from providing a wealth of programs. However, the center was staffed by volunteers who provided much-needed information for the area’s women and the center began to build a library and a resource file. Perhaps the most successful program of this period was a biweekly women’s coffeehouse which featured feminist musicians and other entertainers. Although the Tri-City Women’s Center hosted a number of politically-oriented groups that often overlapped in leadership with the Center, the Center itself attempted to be apolitical. This enabled the center and its occupants to maintain their political diversity, and practical mission of providing space, support, and information.

In early 1977 the YWCA sold the building at 5 Lodge Street and moved to a smaller facility. The Tri-City Women’s center moved to 132 Central Avenue where it enlarged its library and maintained popular programs such as the coffeehouse. After losing its lease on Central Avenue, the Center resided briefly on Lark Street before moving to share the building at 196 Morton Avenue where it continued to struggle with financial instability.

1982 was a major breakthrough for the Tri-City Women’s Center when a group of local feminists established Holding Our Own, a foundation dedicated to funding feminist and social justice organizations in the Capital District. The Tri-City Women’s Center received a $16,000 grant from Holding Our Own to organize and raise funds to purchase a building to act as owned permanent space for women’s organizations and programs. In 1984 a large meeting established a new organizational structure and a new name. The Tri-City Women’s Center became the Women’s Building Project with a central Executive Committee and a wider Coordinating Council that also included the leadership from the eight major task forces and a handful of representatives elected from the memberships as a whole. The eight standing task forces were Finance, Public Relations, Outreach, Advocacy, Program, Newsletter, and Maintenance, with many featuring the input of new volunteers. The new structure also included a quarterly meeting of all members that reflected part of its new fundraising model, paid memberships. These fees, like the program costs for attendees, were readily flexible based upon a member’s ability to pay in keeping with the organization’s advocacy of wider social justice and service to the underprivileged. The Women’s Building Project moved briefly to the basement of a Society of Friends meetinghouse on Madison Avenue before renting a small storefront at 141 Madison. New members were gathered with a series of large conferences and community brunches.

In February of 1987, Holding Our Own created a formal Feasibility Committee tasked with outlining the path to purchase a building. This committee featured representatives from Holding Our Own and the Women’s Building Project, as well as local women experienced in financial planning and real estate. The relationship between the two groups was fairly natural since a number of important women, such as Winnie DeLoayza and Maud Easter, led both organizations. After reviewing nine locations, Holding Our Own agreed to provide the downpayment for the $149,000 cost of 79 Central Avenue in June, provided that the Women’s Building Project would make the mortgage payments, pay all operating costs, and raise almost $350,000 for the necessary renovations. The Project became just the Women’s Building when it moved into 79 Central Avenue in October 1987 and began a large multi-year Capital Campaign to fund the renovations with the help of consultants experienced in non-for-profit fundraising. The first stage of renovations was completed in 1989, when in February the Women’s Building celebrated its Grand Opening and welcomed in its first tenants.

By 1988 the Women’s Building had hired a full-time Building Coordinator and greatly expanded its educational, recreational, and cultural programming and broadened its information and referral services. Early tenants included The Capital Region Association of Eating Disorders, a teen pregnancy programming, a counseling center, the National Abortion Rights Action League, and the National Conference of Puerto Rican Women. Organizations such as the Albany chapter of the National Women’s Organization, The Capital District Women’s Political Caucus, and the Women’s Bar Association used the building for meetings, mail, and answering machines, and support groups for bisexual women, alcoholic women, and incest and rape victims found a safe space for their meetings in the building.

After the early renovations, the building still lacked an elevator which would provide handicapped access to all floors. In keeping with the organizational mission of promoting social justice, installing an elevator became a priority and the Women’s Building applied for funding from the New York State Legislature. In February of 1988, State Assemblyman Paul Tomko requested that the State provide the Women’s Building with a $40,000 grant. The proposal became publicly controversial and Republican opponent Bob Lansing made the grant a primary campaign issue, opposing the funding of “…a radical feminist and lesbian center…” Tomko was easily re-elected yet funding for the elevator was not awarded and the Women’s Building continued to apply for grants, with an elevator reaching two of the building’s three stories by 1995.

Despite the success of the late 1980s and the considerable funding from memberships and the Capital Campaign, the Women’s Building found itself in a self-described “financial crisis” by 1995. Programing and utility expenses rose sharply into the 1990s, and the $134,000 1994 budget left the Women’s Building over $14,000 in the red. Despite returning its final $50,000 startup loan payment to Holding Our Own in December 1991, the Women’s Building was unable to make a $2,000 loan payment to its sister organization in June of 1995 and failed to meet payroll in July. The building was forced to cut Deanne Grimaldi, its full-time coordinator, in August of that year and substantially reduce its liability insurance coverage, among other measures. A Building Feasibility Committee was established to reexamine the need and viability of the organizations central mission: a permanent, owned space. The committee reaffirmed the viability of owning 79 Central Avenue and restructured the physical building and its programming to better uphold its goals in a more financially sustainable way. Holding Our Own forgave and delayed loan payments and capital from bank loans helped the organization stay afloat into the 2000s.

The Women’s Building has provided a physical space for Capital District women for 40 years. From its 1970s beginnings the organization sought to provide a safe space for lesbians, minority women, and other discriminated women and a foster a sense of community and identity through educational and informational services along with cultural programming. The Women’s Building became a haven for lesbians, victims of rape and domestic abuse, and other women struggling to understand themselves. Perhaps its most important contribution was information: the building held literature and programs on everything from financial planning and legal issues to parenthood, childbirth, and women’s health issues. Despite being formed out of feminist and lesbian rights groups, the Women’s Building aimed to be as apolitical as possible while providing space for a variety of politically-minded groups. Through its history, the organization provide resources—space, information, access—for a diverse variety of social justice and activist groups and individuals in need, while its programming had a more general goal of promoting women’s culture, community, and shared identity.

The Women’s Building Collection documents the activities of the Tri-City Women’s Center and the Women’s Building in Albany, New York from the early 1970s until 2000. This includes the organizational or administrative records, including meeting minutes and notes, correspondence, financial statements, fundraising documentation, and formal reports that document both the formulation of the Tri-City Women’s Center and its maintenance as the Women’s Building. The material concerns the administration and programming of a feminist and social justice inspired not-for-profit communal meeting space, information clearinghouse, and referral service. The administrative records document the formation and day-to-day activities of the Women’s Building, including governance, fundraising, purchasing and maintenance of a physical building, and programming. The programming records show the results of community-building, cultural events, outreach efforts, social justice campaigns, counseling initiatives, and support for women in need. The collection also includes a file of educational resources that was used both internally and offered as a service to visitors, and a file of records documenting the activities of other groups with explicit relationships to the Women’s Building. A small, partial run of the organization’s monthly newsletters are also present.

The collection is organized into the following series:

Series 1 – Administrative File and Series 2 – Programming are arranged chronologically in an attempt to place each file in the context of concurrent events. Series 3 – Resource File and Series 4 – Related Groups and Tenants are arranged alphabetically by subject. Series 5 – Publications is arranged alphabetically by publication title, then chronologically.

All items in the Women’s Building Collection were acquired by the University Libraries, M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, between 2000 and 2007.

Processed by: Gregory Wiedeman

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Published: 2018-03-06 05:01:43 -0500

Encoded in EAD by Gregory Wiedeman, 2014

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Copyright Statement

The researcher assumes full responsibility for conforming with the laws of copyright. Whenever possible, the M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives will provide information about copyright owners and other restrictions, but the legal determination ultimately rests with the researcher. Requests for permission to publish material from this collection should be discussed with the Head of Special Collections and Archives.

Preferred citation for this material is as follows:

Identification of specific item, series, box, folder, Women's Building Collection, 1954-2000. M.E. Grenander Department of Special Collections and Archives, University Libraries, University at Albany, State University of New York.

Contents of Collection

Quantity: 10 cubic ft. (about 10 boxes)

Chronological

This series documents the establishment, administration, and maintenance of the Women’s Building. This includes meeting notes and minutes, formal reports, correspondence, accounting and financial records, documentation of programming and fundraising activities, tax records, original promotional materials and grant applications.

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1 1Alexandria Douglas - Development of Women's Building Organizational Structure1971-1979

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1 2Historical - Tri-City Women's Center1971-1980

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1 3Historical - Building use pre 19871973-1986

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1 4Foundations and Grants - Information Booklets1974-1978

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1 5Alexandria Douglas1975, 1989, 1992, Undated

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1 6Alexandria Douglas -128 Lancaster Street Zoning Appeal1975

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1 7Questionnaire Women's Movement1975, Undated

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1 8Steering Committee Post Proceedings1975-1976, 1978

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1 9Brochures, Newsletters, Programs1976, 1978, Undated

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1 10Application for CETA Funding1977

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1 11Bulk Mailing1977-1992, Undated

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1 124 County Human Services Directory1978

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1 13Graphics1978, 1981, Undated

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1 14Artists Letter1979

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1 15Correspondence1979-1983

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1 16Inventory Lists1979

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1 17Adrienne - doctor evaluations, program flyers, domestic violence1980, Undated

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1 18Correspondence1980

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1 19Grant Applications1980, 1987, 1990, 1992, 1994-1995

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1 20Grants1980

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1 21Newspapers clippings about Women's Building1980, 1988, 1989

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1 22Publicity1980

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1 23Training Manual1980

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1 24Agreement - 218 Lark St1981

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1 25Disabled Women's Theater p[Project1981, 1983

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1 26Fundraising1981, 1983, Undated

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1 27Questionnaire Responses - Current Programming Resources1981

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1 28Questionnaire - results1981

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1 29Questionnaire - rough drafts1981

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1 30Correspondence - Financial1982-1983, Undated

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1 31Form Lettersca.1982, Undated

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1 32Lease - 196 Morton Ave1982

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1 33Membership1982

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1 34Membershipca.1982

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1 35Membership - Last Chanceca.1982

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1 36Membership - Pledge Formsca.1982

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1 37Newsletter Proofs1982-1984, Undated

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1 38Questionnaireca.1982

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1 39Questionnaire - Responses1982

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1 40Questionnaire - Results1982

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1 41Reopening - 196 Morton Ave1982

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1 42Advisor/Council [Later Steering Committee, Coordinating Council]1983-1985

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1 43Billing - receipts1983-1984

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1 44Coordinating Council Members1983, 1990, 1993-1995

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2 1Insurance1983

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2 2Insurance-Liability1983-1990

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2 3Goal - Setting1983

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2 4Holding Our Own Grant Reports1983-1985

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2 5Sara McCain and Direct Mail Campaign1983, 1987

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2 6Federal Tax Report - Form 9901984, 1986, 1988

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2 7Membership Lists1984, 1986-1987, Undated

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2 8Name Change - Women's Building Project, Inc.1984

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2 9Newsletter Proofs1984

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2 10Newsletter Proofs1984-1985

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2 11Record of Outreach Activities1984-1987

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2 12Task Forces1984, 1986

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2 13Task Forces - Minutes Book1984

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2 14Patricia Vilardi - Meeting Minutes, Community Outreach1984-1985

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2 15Patricia Vilardi - Meeting Minutes, Community Outreach and other Task Forces1984, 1986-1987

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2 16Bills - Receipts1985

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2 17Business Discounts1985

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2 18By-Laws1985, 1987-1989

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2 19Contributions1985, 1988

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2 20Finance1985, 1987-1988

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2 21Fundraising - Brunches1985

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2 22Fundraising - Café Lena1985

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2 23Fundraising - Ginny Apuzzo and Judith Arner1987

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2 24Legal Agreement W.B./HOO1985

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2 25Newsletter Advertising1985-1986

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2 26Newsletter Proofs1985-1986

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2 27Press Release1985-1990

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2 28Training Fundraising Volunteers, Marcia Hopple1985-1986

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2 29Bills - New York Telephone1986

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2 30Bills - Niagara Mohawk1986

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2 31Bills - Receipts1986

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2 32Coordinating Council1986-1988, Undated

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2 33Financial1986-1987, 1989

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2 34Fundraising1986

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2 35Fundraising - Bowl of Fun1986

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2 36Fundraising event - Dr. Rosemary Curb1986

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2 37Historical Committees, tenants1986, 1989, 1990, 1992, 1993

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2 38Letters to Corporations1986

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2 39MCI1986-1987, Undated

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2 40Media Sources1986, 1990-1992

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2 41Membership Policies1986

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3 1Physical Building1986-1987, 1989, Undated

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3 2Steering Committee1986

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3 3Sustainer Program Packet1986

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3 4Women's Building Project Log1986-1987

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3 5Annual Report1987

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3 6Anonymous Donors - Maud Easter1987, 1996

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3 7Bills - Architect Barbara Nelson1987

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3 8Bills - Rachel Body - Graphic Design1987

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3 9Bills - Building Repair and Maintenance1987

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3 10Bills - Communication Services1987

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3 11Bills - Copies Now1987

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3 12Bills - Clerical Services1987

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3 13Bills - W. I Hart Locksmith1987

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3 14Bills - Lawyers, Walterthay & Long1987

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3 15Bills - Nancy Machold, Fundraising Consultant1987

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3 16Bills - Niagara Mohawk1987

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3 17Bills - NYS Disabling Benefits1987

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3 18Bills - New York Telephone1987

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3 19Bills - Office Price Printing1987

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3 20Bills1987

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3 21Bills - Property Taxes1987

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3 22Bills - Receipts1987

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3 23Bills - Schatz1987

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3 24Bills - Taub Heating & Plumbing Inc.1987

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3 25Bills - U.S. Postal Service1987

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3 26Bills - Vacarelli, Michael E - Printer1987

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3 27Budget and Committee Structure1987-1988

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3 28Capital Campaign1987

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3 29Capital Campaignca.1987

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3 30Bills - Women Make Movies1987

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3 31Bills - Workers Compensation and Disability1987

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3 32Capital Campaign1987-1988

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3 33Capital Campaign Committee1987-1988

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3 34Capital Campaign - Construction1987

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3 35Capital Campaign - Events1987

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3 36Capital Campaign - Feasibility Study1987

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3 37Capital Campaign - Holding Our Own1987

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3 38Capital Campaign - Honorary Committee - Gloria DeSoleca.1987

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3 39Capital Campaign - Ro Rosenca.1987

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3 40Capital Campaign - Honorary Committee - Maria Semedei - Oteroca.1987

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3 41Capital Campaign - Individual Giving1987, Undated

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3 42Capital Campaign - Notesca.1987

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3 43Capital Campaign - Plansca.1987

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3 44Capital Campaign - programming, survey/costs, purchases, rehabilitationca.1987

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3 45Capital Campaign - Public Relations1987, Undated

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3 46Capital Campaign - Telemack Resources1987

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3 47Capital Campaign " The Women's Building a Brief History "1987, 1989

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3 48Capital Repertory Company Benefit1987

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3 49Committee Lists1987, Undated

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3 50Community Outreach1987, Undated

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3 51Corporate/ Foundca.1987

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3 52"Dream Come to Reality"1987

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3 53Elevator Proposal - Department of Housing and Community Development Grant1987, 1991

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3 54Emergency - Police, etc.1987, Undated

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3 55End of Year Financial Reports1987

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3 56Financial Statements & Grants Applications1987-1989

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3 57General Contractor1987-1988

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3 58Historical1987

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3 59Historical1987-1991

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3 60Holding Our Own Agreementca.1987

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3 61Holding Our Own Report1987

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3 62Income Receipts - Rents Received1987

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3 63Energy1987

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3 64Lease1987

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3 65Junior League Proposal1987-1988

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3 66Frederick McDonald Foundation Trust1987

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3 67Membership1987

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3 68Membership Listca.1980

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3 69New Building1987, 1989, 1990

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3 70New Building Documents "For the Record"1987

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3 71Non - Profits Officemates1987

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3 72Other Women's Buildings1987

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3 73Personnel1987

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4 1Report on Women's Building - Holding Our Own1987

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4 2Statement of Unityca.1987

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4 3Steering Committee Minutes1987-1988

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4 4Study of Existing Building Proposal Work1987

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4 5Survey of Potential Tenant1987, 1991

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4 6Tax Exemption Certification1987

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4 7Transition Miscellaneous Material - Capital Campaign Committee Interviews1987

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4 8Transition Miscellaneous Material - Mailing for Capital Campaign Committee Grantca.1988

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4 9Transition Team Reports HOO Project1987

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4 10Transition Team Reports1987

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4 11Annual Reports1988

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4 12Astraea Found Proposal1988

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4 13Budget1988-1989

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4 14Budget1988-1989

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4 15Capital Campaign1988

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4 16Capital Campaign1988

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4 17Capital Campaign1988

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4 18Capital Campaign1988-1989

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4 19Capital Campaign1988

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4 20Capital Campaignca.1988

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4 21Capital Campaign1988

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4 22Capital Campaign - 20 most Frequently asked Questionsca.1988

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4 23Capital Campaign - Committee Structure1988

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4 24Capital Campaign - Campaign Progressca.1988

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4 25Capital Campaign - Committees Mailing Listsca.1988

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4 26Capital Campaign - Donor Acknowledgments1988

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4 27Capital Campaignca.1988

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4 28Capital Campaign - Winnie DeLoayza1988, Undated

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4 29Capital Campaign - Winnie DeLoayza1988

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4 30Capital Campaign Drive1988

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4 31Capital Campaign - Events1988

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4 32Capital Campaign - Executive Summaryca.1988

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4 33Capital Campaign - First Annual "Women Make History Work"1988

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4 34Capital Campaign for Government Fundingca.1988

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4 35Capital Campaign - Grassrootsca.1988

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4 36Capital Campaign - Holding Our Own Loan1988

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4 37Capital Campaign - Hudson Mohawk1988

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4 38Capital Campaign - Hudson Mohawkca.1988

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4 39Capital Campaign1988-1989

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4 40Capital Campaign - Open House Guest Book1988

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4 41Capital Campaign - Products Listingca.1988

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4 42Capital Campaign - Products Material Sent Out1988

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4 43Capital Campaign - Records1988-1989

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4 44Capital Campaign - Roles and Responsibilities1988

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4 45Capital Campaign - Schedule of Giftsca.1988

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4 46Capital Campaign - Steps in Selling1988

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4 47Capital Campaign - Steps Selling1988

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4 48Capital Campaign Tenantsca.1988

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4 49Capital Campaign - Transition Team Managerca.1988

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4 50Capital Campaign - Workers1988

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4 51Capital Campaign - Work Planca.1988

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4 52Change Orders - Building Construction1988

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4 53Committees1988-1992

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4 54Committees/ Task Forces1988

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4 55Coordinating Council1988-1991

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4 56Correspondence1988-1989

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4 57Donated Building Supplies1988, Undated

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4 58Elevator Proposal - Member Item, Paul Tonko Disputo1988

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4 59Executive Committee1988-1992

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5 1Federal Tax Report - Form 9901988-1989

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5 2Finance1988-1993

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5 3Finance - First Albany Corporation1988

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5 4Finance - Prudential - Bache1988-1989

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5 5Fundraising1988

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5 6Junior League of Albany - Grant Application1988

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5 7Meeting Minutes - Coordinating Council1988-1992

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5 8Meeting Minutes - Coordinating Council1988-1992

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5 9Newsletter Advertisements1988, Undated

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5 10Meeting Minutes - Executive Committee1988

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5 11Physical Building1988, 1994, 1997-1998, Undated

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5 12Pre - Campaign - Winnie DeLoayza1988

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5 13Program Task Force, Membership Discount Coupons - Michelle Crone1988, 1992, Undated

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5 14Promotional1988

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5 15Sidewalk Damage1988

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5 16Sub-Contractorsca.1988

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5 17Supporter's Lottery1988

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5 18Taxes1988-1991

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5 19Thank Yous for Donations to WB1988-1989

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5 20Annual Membership Meeting1989, 1991

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5 21Artists in Building1989, Undated

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5 22Capital Campaign1989

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5 23Capital Campaignca.1989

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5 24Capital Campaign1989-1990, 1993-1994

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5 25Capital Campaign List1989, 1991-1992

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5 26Capital Campaign1989

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5 27Checking Journal Pages1989, 1992

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5 28Alexandra Douglas Holding Our Own Agreement Draft1989

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5 29Federal Tax Report - Form 9901989-1990

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5 30Federal Campaign Contract1989

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5 31Fiscal Year1989-1990

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5 32Fundraising(loose)1989

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5 33Grand Opening - Promotion1989

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5 34Kirsh Foundation1989

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5 35Membership1989, 1992-1993

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5 36Membership1989-1993

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5 37Outreach Committee1989-1990

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5 38Progress Report and Annual Operating Budget1987, 1989

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5 39Public Relations1989, Undated

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5 40Nominations1989

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5 41Rotary Club1989

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5 42Thank You1989

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5 43WMHT (Radio)1989, Undated

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5 44Women's Building Advertisements1989-1992

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5 45Annual Meeting Returns1990

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5 46Building use Log1990-1992

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5 47By-Laws1990, Undated

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5 48Combined Federal Appeal1990-1991

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5 49Coordinating Council Board Manual - Financial Statements1990-1993

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5 50Correspondence from St. rose concerning space rental for auction1990-1991

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5 51Donorsca.1990

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5 52Elevator Grant Proposal1990-1991

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5 53Federal Tax Report - Form 9901990-1991

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5 54Finance Committee1990, 1995

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5 55Grant Information, elevator, fundraising1990-1991, 1996

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6 1Hiring Office1990

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6 2Holding Our Own1990-1991, 1995-1996

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6 3Housing Ads - Outdated1990, Undated

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6 4Insurance - New York, Casualty Policy Changes1990-1992

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6 5Liability Releases1990

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6 6Newsletter Volunteers1990

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6 7Potential Donors1990, Undated

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6 8Thank Yous sent1990

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6 9Advertising Letters1991, 1995-1996

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6 10Coordinating Council1991-1992

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6 11Executive Committee1991-1992

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6 12Form 9901991-1992

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6 13Finance Committee1991

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6 14Major Donor Campaign1991, 1993

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6 15Major Donor Campaign1991, 1993

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6 16Major Donor Campaign1991, 1993

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6 17Membership1991

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6 18Membership1991-1992

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6 19Membership Committee - Survey1991

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6 20Personnel Policies and Benefits1991

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6 21T-Shirts1991, 1993

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6 22Advertising1992

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6 23Annual Meeting1992

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6 24Community Development Block Grant Report1992-1995

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6 25Community Development Block Grant Report1992-1995

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6 26Community Development Block Grant Report1992-1995

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6 27Finance - Auction Program Booklet1992

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6 28Form 9901992-1993

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6 29Grant Information, general1992-1995

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6 30Gail Dieten - Tax Records and Financial Statements1992, 1995-1999

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6 31Grants1992

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6 32Hewlett - Packard Grant received1992

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6 33Newsletter1992

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6 34Newsletter - Summer1992

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6 35Participation Figures1992

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6 36Payroll1992-1993

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6 37Volunteers1992, 1996, Undated

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6 38Advertising: Blues Concert1993

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6 39Advertising information and listings1993

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6 40Annual Meeting1993

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6 41Budget, Elevator Grant1993-1994

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6 42Direct Mail1993

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6 43Donors - Individual1993, Undated

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6 44Form 990 - Fiscal Year1993-1994

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6 45Grant Information1993

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6 46Newsletter Minutes1993

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6 47Newsletter Committee1993

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7 1SEFA1993

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7 2SEFA ad1993

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7 3SEFA - United Way Donations1993

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7 4Women's Organization Directory1993, Undated

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7 5Accounts Payable - WEQX1994-1996

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7 6Annual Meeting1994

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7 7Artwork Donated/ Loaned1994

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7 8Capital District Arts Decentralization Program1994-1995

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7 9Coalition for Donor Choice1994

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7 10Direct Mail - Women's Building News1994

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7 11IOLA Grant1994

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7 12Individual Major Donors1994-1995

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7 13Potential Adventures1994-1996, Undated

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7 14Referral Logs1994

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7 15SEFA Campaign1994

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7 16Tides Foundation Agreement1994

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7 17United Way of Schenectady1994-1995

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7 18Women's Center Conference1994

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7 19Women's Directory - changes1994, Undated

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7 20Accounts Payable1995-1996

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7 21Accounts Payable1995-1996

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7 22Accounts Payable1995-1996

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7 23Accounts Payable1995-1996

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7 24Accounts Payable1995-1996

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7 25Accounts Payable1995-1996

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7 26Accounts Payable1995

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7 27Accounts Payable1995-1996

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7 28Accounts Payable1995-1996

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7 29Accounts Payable1995-1996

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7 30Accounts Payable1995-1996

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7 31Accounts Payable1995-1996

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7 32Accounts Payable1995-1996

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7 33Accounts Payable1995-1996

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7 34Accounts Payable1995-1996

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7 35Accounts Payable1995-1996

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7 36Accounts Payable1995-1996

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7 37Accounts Payable1995-1996

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7 38Accounts Payable1996

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7 39Accounts Payable - Quick Books1995-1996

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7 40Accounts payable - Receipts and Invoices1995-1996

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7 41Accounts Payable1995-1996

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7 42Accounts Payable1995-1996

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7 43Accounts Payable1995-1996

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7 44Accounts Payable1995-1996

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7 45Accounts Payable1995-1996

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7 46Accounts Payable1995-1996

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7 47Accounts Payable - U.S. Postal Service Permit Account1995-1996

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7 48Accounts Payable - Working Assets1995-1996

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7 49Advertising - oneshots1995

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7 50Advertising1995

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7 51Annual Meeting1995

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7 52Advertising1995-1996

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7 53Advertising - Brochure Original copy1995-1996

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7 54Bank Statements (TrustCo)1995

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7 55Bank Statements (TrustCo)1995

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7 56Bank Statements (TrustCo)1995

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7 57Bank Statements (TrustCo)1995

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7 58Bank Statements (TrustCo)1995

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7 59Budget/Financial1995-1996

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7 60Building Feasibility Committee1995

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7 61Building Feasibility Committee/ Retail Space1995

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7 62Calendar1995

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7 63Checkbooks1995-1996

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7 64Committee1995

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7 65Community Foundation1995

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7 66Coordinating Council Meeting (financial crisis)1995

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7 67Coordinating Council Meeting1995

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7 68Coordinating Council Minutes1995-1996

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7 69Cultural Committee1994-1996

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7 70Deposit Records - Key Bank1995-1996

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7 71Deposit Records - TrustCo1995-1996

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7 72Gail Dieter - Accounts Payable1995-1996

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7 73Gail Dieter - Tax Documents, priority1995-1996

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7 74Donation1995

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7 75Finance Committee1995-1996

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7 76Financial Statements Fiscal Year1995

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8 1Fundraiser's: Golf1995

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8 2Fundraising - Response to Winnie DeLoayza letter1995

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8 3Historical - Lay-Off of Executive Director Article1995-1996

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8 4Rent Invoices Received1995-1996

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8 5Insurance, Disability, Natural Home Ownership Strategy1995-1996

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8 6Landan - Emergency Coordinating Council Meeting (Fiscal Crisis)1995

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8 7Membership1995-1996

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8 8Other Women's Centers1995-1997

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8 9Referral Log1995

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8 10Roof Repair Donations1995

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8 11SEFA1995-1996

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8 12SEFA - Donation List1995-1996

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8 13Tax Returns1995

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8 14Taxes1995-1996

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8 15Tides Foundation1995

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8 16Transition (financial crisis)1995

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8 17United Way Schenectady1995-1996

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8 18Ad Manifests1996-1998

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8 19Art and Desire1996

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8 20Bank Statements - January1996-1997

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8 21Bank Statements - February1996-1997

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8 22Bank Statements - March1996-1997

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8 23Bank Statements - April1996-1997

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8 24Bank Statements - May1996-1997

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8 25Bank Statements - June1996-1997

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8 26Bank Statements - July1996-1997

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8 27Bank Statements - August1996-1997

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8 28Bank Statements - September1996-1997

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8 29Bank Statements - October1996-1997

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8 30Bank Statements - November1996-1997

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8 31Bank Statements - December1996-1997

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8 32Bank Statements (TrustCo) - January1996

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8 33Bank Statements (TrustCo)-February1996

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8 34Bank Statements (TrustCo) - March1996

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8 35Bank Statements (TrustCo) - April1996

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8 36Bank Statements (TrustCo) - May1996

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8 37Bank Statements (TrustCo) - June1996

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8 38Bank Statements (TrustCo) - September1996

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8 39Bills1996-1998

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8 40Combined Federal Campaign1996

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8 41Coordinating council1996-1997

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8 42Decentralization Grant - Drum Festival1996

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8 43Deposit Record1996-1997

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8 44Deposit Records - Key Bank1996-1997

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8 45Deposit Records - TrustCo - July1996

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8 46Deposit Records - TrustCo - August1996

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8 47Deposit Records - TrustCo - October1996

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8 48Deposit Records - TrustCo - November1996

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8 49Deposit Records - TrustCo - December1996

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8 50Gail Dieter - Treasurer Records1996-1997

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8 51Gail Dieter - Treasurer Records1996, 1998

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8 52Donor Sheets1996

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8 53Elword - Germaine Curtin1996

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8 54Grant Applications1996

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8 55Grant - Community Foundation for Women in Motion1996

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8 56Grants - Hewlett Packard1996

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8 57Historical - Response to Lay-Off Article1996

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8 58Major Donors1996-1997

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8 59Louise McNeilly1996-1997

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8 60Louise McNeilly - Advertising1996-1997

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8 61Louise McNeilly1996-1997

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8 62Louise McNeilly1996-1997

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8 63Louise McNeilly1996-1997

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8 64Louise McNeilly1996-1997

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8 65Louise McNeilly - Copies Billing Forums1996-1997

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8 66Louise McNeilly - Council of Community Services1996-1997

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8 67Louise McNeilly1996-1997

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8 68Louise McNeilly - Insurance Statements and Billings, Property, Casualty, and Liability1996-1997

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8 69Louise McNeilly1996-1997

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8 70Louise McNeilly1996-1997

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8 71Louise McNeilly1996

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8 72Louise McNeilly1995-1996

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9 1Louise McNeilly - Key Bank Mortgages1996-1997

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9 2Louise McNeilly1996-1997

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9 3Louise McNeilly - NYNEX1996-1997

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9 4Louise McNeilly - Office Max1996-1997

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9 5Louise McNeilly1996-1997

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9 6Louise McNeilly1996-1997

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9 7Louise McNeilly - Quick Books (3.5 inch floppy)1996

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9 8Louise McNeilly - receipts and invoices1996-1997

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9 9Louise McNeilly1996-1997

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9 10Louise McNeilly1996-1997

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9 11Louise McNeilly1996-1997

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9 12Louise McNeilly1996-1997

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9 13Louise McNeilly1996-1997

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9 14Louise McNeilly1996

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9 15Louise McNeilly1996-1997

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9 16Multicultural Committee1996-1998

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9 17Newsletter Adsca.1996

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9 18Newsletter Quotes1996

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9 19Phone Log1996

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9 20Referral Log1996

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9 21SEFA1996-1997

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9 22Tides Foundation1996

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9 23TrustCo Account - Women's Building Operating Fund - Fiscal Year1966-1997

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9 24Volunteer List1996

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9 25Walk Pledges1996

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9 26Advertising1997, Undated

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9 27Advertising - Alternative Healing, Donna Reynolds1997

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9 28Art and Desireca.1997

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9 29Louise McNeilly1997

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9 30Art and Desire1997-1999, Undated

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9 31Art and Desire1997-1999, Undated

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9 32Art and Desire1997-1999, Undated

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9 33Art and Desire - receipts1997-1998

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9 34Art and Desire - sale receipts1997-1998

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9 35Art and Desire - sale receipts1997-1998

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9 36Art and Desire - sale receipts1997-1998

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9 37Art and Desire - sale receipts1997-1998

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9 38Art and Desire - sale receipts1997-1998

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9 39Combined Federal Campaign1997-1998

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9 40Coming Into Our Own Campaign1997

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9 41Committee Lists1995-1996

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9 42Date Rape Grant Program1997-1999

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9 43Deposit Records - TrustCo, January1997

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9 44Deposit Records - TrustCo, February1997

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9 45Deposit Records - TrustCo, March1998

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9 46Deposit Records - TrustCo, April1999

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9 47Deposit Records - TrustCo, May2000

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9 48Deposit Records - TrustCo, June2001

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9 49Gail Dieter - Treasurer Records1997-1998

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9 50Donations - SEFA1997-1998

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9 51Grant - Community Foundation1997

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9 52Grant - Community Foundation or Reel Visions Film Festivals1997-1998

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9 53Income Tax - Allison Chiropractic1997-1998

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9 54Issues and Action Committee - notes1997

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9 55Major Donors1997

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9 56Marketing1997, Undated

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9 57Louise McNeilly - Be Proud1997

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9 58Louise McNeilly1997

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9 59Louise McNeilly1997

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9 60Membership Efforts1997-1998

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10 1Non-Profit Financial Management Conference1997

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10 2Non-Profit Financial Management Conference1997

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10 3Renaissance/ Volunteers1997

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10 4Retreat1997

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10 5Kathleen Rutherford1997

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10 6Sales Tax Stuff1997-1998

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10 7SEFA1997

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10 8United Way1997

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10 9403B Stuffca.1998

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10 10Art and Desire1998

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10 11Art and Desire, Be Proud1998

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10 12Bank Statements (TrustCo)1998-1999

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10 13Bills1998

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10 14Bills Paid1998-1999

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10 15Checkbooks (blank)ca.1998

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10 16Checkbooks (blank)ca.1998

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10 17SEFA - Combined Federal Campaign1998

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10 18Coordinating Council Meeting Minutes1998-1999

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10 19Winnie DeLoayza - " Holiday Matching Gift "1998

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10 20Fire Alarm Inspection Report1998

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10 21Grant - Community Foundation1998

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10 22Grants Guide1998

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10 23Holding Our Own Agreement1998

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10 24Phone List1998

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10 25Resumes1998

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10 26Retreat1998

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10 27Tax Deposit1998

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10 28Albany Cash Register1999

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10 29Bank Statements (TrustCo)1999

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10 30Loose Notes1999, Undated

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10 31Newsletter1999

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10 32Volunteer1999

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10 33Administrative Resources2000

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10 34Political Contributions2000

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10 35AdvertisingUndated

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10 36Capital Campaign PledgesUndated

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10 37Checkbooks (blank)Undated

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10 38Grant Award - The Community Foundation for the Capital RegionUndated

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10 39GraphicsUndated

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10 40Health Series Evaluation Sheet (blank)Undated

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10 41Key Bank Security Deposit AccountsUndated

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10 42Media ListUndated

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10 43Needs AssessmentUndated

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10 44LetterpressUndated

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10 45MembershipUndated

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10 46" Mistress" Sheet for PostersUndated

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10 47Nominating CommitteeUndated

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10 48NotebookUndated

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10 49NotebookUndated

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10 50NotebookUndated

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10 51NotebookUndated

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10 52NotebookUndated

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10 53NotebookUndated

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10 54NotepadUndated

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10 55Past AdvertisersUndated

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10 56Past Evaluation SheetsUndated

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10 57Poster ProofsUndated

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10 58NSL - QuestionnaireUndated

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10 59Registration ListsUndated

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10 60ResumesUndated

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10 61SEFA - Community WorksUndated

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10 62SEFA - fliersUndated

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10 63Senior Aide PositionUndated

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10 64Women's Building HerstoryUndated
Quantity: 4 cubic ft. (about 4 boxes)

Chronological

The Programs series includes fliers, promotional material, handouts, schedules, for programs and events that were produced or supported by the Tri-City Women’s Center or the Women’s Building.

BoxFolderContentsDate

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1 1Self-Defense Skills1973-1983, Undated

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1 2Song Lyricsca. 1974

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1 3Susan Saxe1976

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1 4National Women's Meeting1977

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1 5New York State Women's Meeting1977

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1 6Potential Programs1977, 1979, 1980

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1 7State Now Media, Task Forceca. 1977

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1 8Unfiled Programs1977, 1980, 1981, Undated

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1 9Benefit Dinner1980 May

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1 10Bisexuality Group1980

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1 11Health Series Evaluation Sheets1980, Undated

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1 12Program Schedule1981

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1 13Program Task Force Policies Before 1985ca. 1980

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1 14Career Planning Workshops1981, Undated

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1 15Programming-Artists Information1981, 1982, 1983

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1 16Women's Day1981

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1 17Women's Day in the Park1981

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1 18Women's Day in the Park1981, 1982, 1983

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1 19Women's Day in the Park1981, 1985

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1 20Film Series1982-1983

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1 21Public Relations- Planning Ahead1982

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1 22Women's Day in the Park1982

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1 23Take Back the Night1983 March

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1 24Arts and Entertainment1984, 1987, 1988, 1989

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1 25Child Care1994

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1 26Dances1984

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1 27New England Women's Musical Musical Retreat1984, 1987, Undated

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1 28Food1985

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1 29Legal Clinics1985, 1986

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1 30Program Flyers1985-1990, Undated

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1 31Program Policy Guidelines1985

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1 32Program Space Outside Women's Building1985, Undated

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1 33Women and Business1985

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1 34Women Right History1985

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1 35Book Discussions1986-1987

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1 36Event Flyers1986-1989

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1 37Grants for Programming Funding1986

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1 38Health1986, 1988, 1989

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1 39Ice Cream Social1986

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1 40No Limits for Women1986 January 22

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1 41Programming Proceduresca. 1986

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1 42Program Task Force Policies Before 19851986, 1990, 1991, Undated

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1 43Senior's- Lecture/ Discussion Series1986, 1987

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1 44Women's Caucus for Art1986

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1 45Abusive Relationship1987, 1988

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1 46AIDS- Related Program1987, 1988, 1989, Undated

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1 47Co-Sponsored Events Hourly Rental Formca. 1987

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1 48Co-Sponsored Programs1987

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1 49Communication for Change Workshop (Working with the Media)1987

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1 50Feminist Spirituality Workshop (Cherokee)1987

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1 51Feminist Story- Activity Hour1987, 1988

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1 52Film and Video Services1987, 1988

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2 1Issues of Racism1987, 1988, 1989

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2 2National Women's History Month1987, 1988

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2 3Networking Fair Mailing List1987, 1988, 1989

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2 4Public Speaking, Judi Harris1987

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2 5Self-Esteem Workshop, Margie Woods1987

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2 6Women's Building Structureca. 1987

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2 7Women Under Apartheid- Potluck with Companera Project and Kitchen Table1987

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2 8Divora Zipkin - Stress Management Workshops1987, 1988

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2 9Anti-Racism/Classism1988, Undated

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2 10Auction1988 February

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2 11Building Power For Peace aqnd Justice" - Article for Program Task Force Heads1988

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2 12Completed Attendence at Events1988, Undated

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2 13Completed Programs Forms1988

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2 14Consciousness Raising Type Workshops1988, Undated

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2 15Eating Disorder Workshop1988, Undated

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2 16Financial Planning1988, 1989

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2 17Women's Building Flyers - For Flyer Notebook1988, 1990, 1991, 1992, Undated

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2 18Forms From Past Events, Space renters only1988

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2 19Free to Be All You Can Be1988

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2 20Honoring the Feminine Principle: Native American Traditions1988

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2 21International Women's Day Celebrations1988 March 8

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2 22International Women's Issues1988

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2 23The Knowledge Collection1988

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2 24Lesbian Workshops1988

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2 25Lobby Day1988

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2 26Mothers, Children, Youth1988, 1989

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2 27Mythology and Race1988

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2 28Louise McNeilly - Auctions1988, 1991, 1993, 1997, 1999

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2 29Planning Sheets for Women's Building Progress1988

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2 30Programming Survey - Completed Forms1988

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2 31Programming Task Force1988

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2 32Programming Task Force1988

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2 33Program Task Force Guidelines after January 1988 restructuring1988

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2 34Program Task Force - Letter about the Women's Building purpose and activities1988 March

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2 35Program Task Force - Twenty frequently asked questions about the Women's Buildingca. 1988

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2 36Margaret Weinland - Stress Workshops1988, 1989

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2 37Program Task Force - Women's Building History/Purpose1988

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2 38Recipes for Ritualca. 1988

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2 39Social Events1988

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2 40Solstice Events1988

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2 41Spirituality/Seasonal1988

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2 42Video Series1988

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2 43Women and Disabilities1988

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2 44Women Make History1988, 1989

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2 45Women Make History Walk1988, 1989

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2 46Workshop/Program Registration1988

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2 47Writing Workshops1988, 1989

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2 48Art Against Violence, Capital Campaign, Grand Opening1989

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2 49At the Heart of Healing1989

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2 50Flyer Mechanics1989, 1997, 2000, 2001, Undated

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2 51Girls Night Out Café1989-1992

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2 52Grand Opening1989

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2 53Grand Opening - Program1989

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2 54Women Make History1989

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2 55Auction1990

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2 56Event Flyers1990-1991

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2 57Networking Fair1990

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2 58Program Forms1990

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2 59Program Task Force Notes1990

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2 60Reception Auction1990

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2 61Supercupboard - Food Pantry Workshop1990

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2 62Networking Fair1991

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2 63Unfiled Programming1991, 1992

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2 64Community Health Walk1992

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3 1Legal Clinic Concert1992

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3 2Legal Clinic - Demographic Analysis1992

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3 3Magda Enriquez1992 March

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3 4Sites and Caterers for Events1992, 1998, Undated

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3 5Women and Investing - Waddel + Reed1992

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3 6Women's Networking Fair1992

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3 7Women's Networking Fair1992

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3 8Attendance/Event Report Blanksca. 1993

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3 9Blues Women1993

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3 10Blues Women1993

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3 11Blues Women - Programs and Flyers1993

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3 12Citizen Action: Human Rights1993

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3 13Colloquium for Older Lesbians1993

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3 14Colloquium for Older Lesbians1993

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3 15Dismantling Racism Workbook1993

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3 16Empowerment Project: Self-Defense1993

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3 17International Women's Day1993, Undated

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3 18Lavender Light1993

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3 19Legal Clinic - Blank Forms1993

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3 20Legal Clinics Disclaimers1992-1993

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3 21Legal Clinic - Legal Disclaimer1993, 1994

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3 22Legal Clinic - Mailing List1993

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3 23Legal Project1993, 1994

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3 24Legal Right Project Reception1993

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3 25Phone Bank1993

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3 26Potential Programs1993, 1994, 1996

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3 27Women and Health Care1993, Undated

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3 28Auction1994

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3 29Auction: Celebrity List Updated1994-1995

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3 30Auction Program1994

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3 31Biographical Information: Burnstein, Karen1994

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3 32Blues Women - Newsletter Calender1994

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3 33Blues Women - Saffire Program1994

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3 34Blues Women - Saffire Advertising1994

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3 35Capital District Women's Bar Association - Demographic Analyisisca. 1994

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3 36Community Walk1994

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3 37Community Walk - UPS1994

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3 38Donor Sheets1994

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3 39Drum Festival1994

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3 40Drum Festival - Press Packets1994

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3 41Drum Festival - Press Work1994

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3 42Drum Festival - Scholarship Sponsors1994

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3 43Drumming - Holding Our Own Grant1994

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3 44Films1994, 1995

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3 45Hindu Goddess Series1994, 1995, Undated

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3 46Legal Clinic - Comments Info1994, 1995

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3 47Newsletter Writing Workshop1994

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3 48Saffire: The Uppity Blueswomen Benefit - Patrons, Sponsors1994

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3 49Washington Park Concert Series1994

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3 50Women in Sports Program1994, 1995

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3 51Art Exhibits1995

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3 52Auction1995

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3 53Auction Program1995

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3 54Auction: Sponsors, Honored Guests1995

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3 55Authors - Programs1995

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3 56Community Brunch1995

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3 57Community Walk - Freihoffers1995

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3 58Craft Fair1995

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3 59Dismantling Racism Committee1995, 1996

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3 60Drum: Volunteer Coordinatorca. 1995

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3 61Drum Festival1995

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3 62Drum Festival1995

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3 63Drum Festival - Children's Drumming Flyer1995

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3 64Drum Festival - Contracts1995

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3 65Drum Festival - Expenses1995

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3 66Drum Festival - Funding Packets1995

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3 67Drum Festival - Funding Packets1995

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3 68Drum Festival - Mailing List1995

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3 69Drum Festival - Original Flyer1995

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3 70Drum Festival - Resource List Original1995

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3 71Drum Festival - Schedule and Program Material1995

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3 72Drum Festival - Vendors1995

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3 73Golf Tournament1995

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3 74Golf Tournament - Registration Forms1995

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3 75March 19th Call to Action1995

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3 76Potential Programs1995, 1996

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3 77Potential Programs1995, 1996

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3 78Program Committee1995, 1996

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3 79Tabeling Events1995, 1996

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3 80Auction1996

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3 81Auction1996

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4 1Auction - Friends of Auction Letter1996

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4 2Auction - Silent1996

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4 3Capital District Women's Bar Association1996

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4 4Capital District Women's Bar Association - Direct Mail1996

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4 5Capital District Women's Bar Association - Pro Bono Project Fundraiser1996

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4 6Co-Sponsored Events1996

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4 7Community Walk - Freihoffers1996

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4 8Community Walk originals1996

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4 9Drum Festival1996

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4 10Drum Festival1996

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4 11Drum Festival - Expenses1996

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4 12Drum Festival - Flyer and Program1996

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4 13Handivanca. 1996

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4 14Holding Our Own Grant Information1996

2ba1d0d88539a8f201b8f93fe1e3a71a

4 15Legal Clinic - Intakes1996

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4 16Mortgages, Elizabeth Berg, HIV1996

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4 17Program Committee Meeting1996

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4 18Time Tunnel Summer Camp - Women's Building Sponsor1996

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4 19Auction1997

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4 20Auction1997

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4 21Auction - Certificatesca. 1997

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4 22Auction - Program1997

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4 23Building Community/Programs1997, 1998, 2000

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4 24Capital District Women's Bar Association1997

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4 25Capital District Women's Bar Association1997

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4 26Capital District Women's Bar Association - Pro Bono Legal Project1997

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4 27Community Walk1997

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4 28Community Walk1997

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4 29Community Walk - Walker Letters1997

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4 30Community Walk - Pledges1997

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4 31Mother's Day Breakfast1997, 1998, Undated

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4 32Picnic1997

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4 33Ubaka1997, 1998, Undated

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4 34Auction1998

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4 35Capital District Women's Bar Assocation Directory1998

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4 36March on Washington Day1998

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4 37New York State Coalition Against Sexual Assault1998

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4 38Women's Building Community Walk1998

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4 39Women's Drumming Festival1998

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4 40Calendar1999

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4 41Jamie Anderson1999

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4 42Jamie Anderson Concert1999

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4 43Runaway Prevention Program1999

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4 44Co-Sponsorship FormsUndated

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4 45Community Walk - InstructionsUndated

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4 46Community Walk - Membership InformationUndated

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4 47Community Walk - Phone ScriptsUndated

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4 48Community Walk - Pledge LettersUndated

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4 49Consciousness-RaisingUndated

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4 50Effective MeetingsUndated

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4 51FlyersUndated

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4 52For Signs and PostersUndated

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4 53Fundraising as ProgramsUndated

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4 54Legal ReceptionUndated

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4 55Materials to Distribute at ProgramsUndated

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4 56Movie NightsUndated

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4 57Program Task Force Meeting AgendasUndated

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4 58ResistersUndated

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4 59Thank You NotesUndated

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4 60Women and Sobriety GroupUndated

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4 61Women Take Back the NightUndated

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4 62Barbara J. Wood and Katherine Maciol - Social Worker ProgramsUndated
Quantity: 5 cubic ft. (about 5 boxes)

Alphabetical by subject

The bulk of this series served as the Women’s Building’s information file on issues and problems facing the area’s women. This is not to be confused with the Women’s Building library which is not included in this collection, although indexes of the library are present in this series. The exact original contents of the Resource File are unknown as the original arrangement of the material was lost, but the series was gathered to include material in the collection that likely served primarily an informational purpose. This includes published material from other women’s organizations, articles, pamphlets, newspaper clippings, referral and counseling information, and bibliographies or lists of further resources.

BoxFolderContentsDate

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1 1Abortion1972, 1977, 1978, Undated

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1 2Abortion1973, 1976, 1977, 1978

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1 3Abortion1976, 1977, 1978

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1 4Abortion1976, 1977, 1979

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1 5Abortion1976, 1977, 1979, 1980, 1982

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1 6Abortion - News Stories1972, Undated

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1 7Abrams, Robert (Statement on Child Abuse)1984

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1 8Academic Essays1954, 1969, Undated

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1 9Academic Essays1964, 1966, 1969, 1970, Undated

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1 10Academic Essays1954, 1971, 1973, Undated

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1 11Addiction Recovery Corporation1986

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1 12Adirondyke Newsletter1983, 1984

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1 13Affirmative ActionUndated

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1 14Akwesashe Notes1978

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1 15Albany Area Women's Yellow PagesUndated

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1 16Albany Feminist Forum1982, 1983

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1 17Albany - NOW Newsletters1982, 1983, 1984

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1 18Albany Planned Parenthood1979

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1 19Albany Women Against RapeUndated

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1 20AlcoholismUndated

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1 21Alice Newsletter1982, 1983

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1 22Alliance Against Women's Oppression Discussion Papers1982, 1983

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1 23Amazon: A Midwest Journal for Women1976, 1977

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1 24Architecture1980's, 1989

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1 25Architecture1980's, 1989

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1 26Art Resources Open To Women (Schenectady)1979

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1 27Articles1971, 1974, 1975, 1976

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1 28Articles Regarding Women1987, 1990-1994

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1 29Articles1988, 1990-1994

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1 30Assertiveness1976, 1979, Undated

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1 31Assertiveness1977, Undated, 2000

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1 32Assertiveness1979, Undated

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1 33Battered WomenUndated

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1 34Battle Acts1974

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1 35Berkshire Women's News1984

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1 36Bibliographies1969, 1970, ca. 1973, 1978

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1 37Bibliography On Women And MilitarismUndated

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1 38Bibliographies1971

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1 39Birth Control Handbook1970

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1 40Books1982, 1983, 1984, Undated

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1 41Books1983, 1984

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1 42Brochures and Pamphlets From Gay Organizations1974, 1975

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2 1Cambridge Women's Center Newsletters1989, 1990, 1991, 1992

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2 2Capital District Gay Community Center1982, 1983, Undated

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2 3Career Planning1978, Undated

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2 4Catalyst - Career and Education1975, 1976

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2 5Child Health Assessment Act of 19791979

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2 6Chemical DependencyUndated

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2 7ClassesUndated

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2 8Community1980, 2000

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2 9Consciousness RaisingUndated

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2 10ConferencesUndated

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2 11COSMEP: Committee of Small Magazine Publishes and Editors1976, 1977

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2 12Country Women1976

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2 13Credit Social Security1974, Undated

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2 14The Daily Woman1977

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2 15Disability1975, 1977, Undated

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2 16Domestic Violence1980

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2 17Domestic Violence Handbook1999

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2 18Educational Opportunities1977, 1976, 1979

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2 19Employment1973, 1974, 1975, Undated

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2 20Employment1977

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2 21Employment Laws Affecting Women1973, 1974, 1975

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2 22ERA1970, Undated

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2 23Every Woman's Council, Inc.1981

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2 24Executive Women-Newsletters1974, 1975, 1976

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2 25Family Planning Advocates1983, 1984

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2 26Feminist Book Catalogs1974, 1976, 1977, Undated

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2 27Feminist Bulletin(Westchester Co., NY)1976, 1977

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2 28Feminist News2000

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2 29Films1975, 1979, Undated

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2 30First New York State Women's Meeting1977

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2 31Flyers and Newsletters1999, 2000

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2 32Gay Information and Publications1975, 1979, Undated

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2 33Grand Jury1975, 1976, Undated

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2 34Grand JuryUndated

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2 35Green Light Project, Ithaca, NYUndated

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2 36HERA: A Philadelphia Women's Publication1976

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2 37Housing and Family Self Sufficiency2000

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2 38Housing Information1981, Undated

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2 39The Hudson Valley Women's Timesca. 1976

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2 40In These Times1978

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2 41Incest and Child Abuse1984

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2 42Job Bank1982-1983

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2 43Job Hunting/ Interviewing1980, 1983, Undated

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2 44The Legal Status of Homemakers in N.Y. State1977

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3 1The Legislative Gazette1999, 2000

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3 2Legislative1974, Undated

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3 3Lesbian Information1970, 1979, Undated

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3 4Lesbian Connection1982, 1983, 1984

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3 5Lesbianism and Sexuality1975, 1976, 1977, Undated

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3 6Lesbianism and Sexuality1976, 1977, Undated

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3 7Library InventoryUndated

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3 8Literature for Display1957-1973, Undated

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3 9Local Rape Crisis Centers and Groups1977, Undated

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3 10Majority Report1972, 1975, 1976

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3 11Majority Report1976, 1977

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3 12Majority Report1977, 1978, 1979

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3 13Tri-City Women's Center Marketing Research Project - Monica D. Robinson Marketing 3801975

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3 14Metropolitan Community Church1982, 1983

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3 15Millis, Carolyn Political Candidate1982

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3 16Joni Mitchell - Ladies of the Canyon1970

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3 17The National Lesbian Slideshow and CompetitionUndated

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3 18National Women's History Week1983

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3 19National Women's Organization (NOW) - New York and National1974, 1975, Undated

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3 20National Women's Political Caucus1982

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3 21New Directions for Women1976, 1978

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3 22New York Radical Feminists1975, Undated

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3 23New York State. A Horney General's Office1983

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3 24New York State Gay/Lesbian Conference - Newsletters1982, 1983

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3 25New York State. Higher Education Services Corporation1983, Undated

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3 26New York State - National Abortion Rights Action League Newsletters1975, 1976, 1977

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3 27New York State Religious Coalition for Abortion Rights1975, Undated

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3 28News Stories1972, 1975, 1977

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3 29The Next Step1987, Undated

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3 30Nontraditional Jobs1977

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3 31Nuclear News1978, 1979, Undated

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3 32Off Our Backs: A Women's News Journal1979

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3 33Pamphlets1975

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3 34Pamphlets - KNOW, Incorporation1968, 1970, Undated

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3 35Pamphlets - New England Free Press1966, 1969, 1973

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3 36Pamphlets - Pathfinder Press1973, 1975

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3 37Pamphlets - U.S. Government Publications1973, 1977

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3 38Posted Information2000, Undated

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3 39Pregnancy and Family Planning1980

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3 40Primetime(Independent Feminist Monthly)1973

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3 41Prisons1975, Undated

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3 42Process and Structure - Criticism, Self-Criticism, Conscious-raising, Facilitating1974, Undated

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3 43RapeUndated

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3 44Rape-Crisis ProgramsUndated

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3 45Resolutions Adopted by Delegates to the National Women's Conference, Houston1977 November

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3 46Sexism and Education1971, 1972, 1976

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4 1Sexual Harassment1980-1981, Undated

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4 2Sexual Harassment Workshop1980, 1981, Undated

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4 3Sexuality1972, 1975, 1976, 1984, Undated

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4 4Sister: Los Angeles Feminist News1979

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4 5Sister - New Haven Women's Liberation Newsletters1974, 1975, 1976

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4 6Sisters United1981, 1982, 1983, 1986

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4 7Sojourners - Kingston, New York1983, Undated

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4 8South End Scene1978

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4 9Speakout1973

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4 10Speakout1974

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4 11Speakout1975

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4 12Speakout1975

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4 13Speakout1975

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4 14Speakout1976

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4 15Speakout1976

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4 16Speakout1977

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4 17Speakout1977

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4 18Theatre Group/Events/Etc.Undated

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4 19Spirited Woman1975

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4 20State of New York Executive Department Division of Human RightsUndated

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4 21Support, Counseling1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988

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4 22Title IX1972, 1974

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4 23Transsexuals, TransvestitesUndated

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4 24Unitarian Women's Group - Newsletters1983

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4 25United Fruit1973

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4 26Upper Hudson Planned Parenthood1983

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4 27VD HandbookUndated

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4 28Wallflower OrderUndated

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4 29The Washington Park Spirit1972

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4 30Weather Underground1975-1976

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4 31The Woman Activist1973, 1974

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4 32Women and Ageism1978, Undated

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4 33Woman Alive - Honolulu, Hawaii1975

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4 34Woman and Art1977, Undated

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4 35Woman's Art Information1979

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4 36Women - Asian-American1976

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4 37Women: A Berkshire Feminist News Journal1974, 1975

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4 38Women: A Berkshire Feminist News Journal1975, 1976

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4 39The Women's Building, Inc.1985, 1989, 1991, Undated

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4 40Women in Business DirectoryUndated

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4 41Women's Center1975, Undated

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4 42Women's Connection1984, 1985

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4 43Women and Crime, Report of National Conference held February 19761986 February

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4 44Women's Culture/Art/Music1983, Undated

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4 45Women in Education1977, Undated

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4 46Women's and Employment1975, 1977, 1978, Undated

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4 47Women's Equity Action League Newsletter1973, 1974

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4 48Women's Films1973, 1977, 1979, 1980, Undated

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4 49Women's Films1975, 1977, Undated

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4 50The Women's Foundation Newsletter1988-1989

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4 51Women's Group - Other Cities1981, 1982, 1983, Undated

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4 52Women's Health1971, 1979, Undated

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5 1Women's Health1973, 1977, 1978, 1979, Undated

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5 2Women's Health1979, Undated

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5 3Women's Health Group1984

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5 4Women's Health Care1976, Undated

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5 5Women - Hispanic Americans1977

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5 6Women in History1973, 1977, 1978

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5 7Women in Struggle - Newsletters1973

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5 8Women In Struggle1975

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5 9Women's Information Center News1980

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5 10Women and Law1973, 1975, Undated

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5 11Women Learning Resources and Supportive Sources1978

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5 12Women Literature and Culture1984, Undated

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5 13Women Make Movies, Inc.1984

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5 14Women in Management1976

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5 15Women and The Media1975, Undated

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5 16Women and Militarismca. 1982

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5 17Women's Movement1977, Undated

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5 18Women - Myths and Images1971, Undated

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5 19Women New York - the Women's Division of the State of New York1976

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5 20Women Parenting, Legal and Medical1990, Undated

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5 21Women's Peace Encampment1983

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5 22The Women's Picnic1997

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5 23Women's Politics1973, 1977, 1978

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5 24Women and Psychology1970, 1977, Undated

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5 25Women's Resource Directory - A Work in ProgressUndated

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5 26Women and Religion1977, 1978

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5 27Women's Resorts1976, Undated

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5 28Women's Resorts1982, Undated

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5 29Women's Rights Events1970s, 1979

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5 30Women's Rights Events1980s

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5 31Women's Rights Events1990s

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5 32Women's Rights Events1990s

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5 33Women's Rights Events1990s

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5 34Women's Rights Events1990s

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5 35Women and Sexism1977, 1978, Undated

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5 36Women and Sexuality1971, 1976, Undated

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5 37Women in Sports1977, 1978

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5 38Women Theory and Analyses1976, Undated

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5 39Women Together: The Journal of North Country Women1979

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5 40Women and Violence1971, 1977, 1978, Undated

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5 41Women Writing NewslettersUndated

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5 42Womenergy: Women for an Oneonta Women's Center1980

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5 43Woman Power - A monthly Report on Fair Employment Practices for Women1974

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5 44WWAC News -Washington Women's Art Center1980, 1981
Quantity: 0.75 cubic ft. (about 0.75 boxes)

Alphabetical by subject

This series includes material concerning the tenants of the Women’s Building and groups that had an explicit relationship with the Women’s Building or Tri-City Women’s Center. This consists of material not particular to the Women’s Building or Tri-City Women’s Center, including correspondence, leases and other agreements, promotional material, newsletters and other publications, and general administrative documents.

BoxFolderContentsDate

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1 1Albany Area National Organization for Women Lease1990, 1992, 1993

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1 2Alexandria Douglas- Albany Women's Forum1978, Undated

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1 3Allison Chiropractic1997

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1 4ATHENA1975, 1976

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1 5Association of Independent Living Centers - Lease1992

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1 6Capital District Citizens for Access1992

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1 7Capital District Women1969, 1970, 1971

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1 8Capital District Woman's Political Caucus1983

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1 9Capital District Women's Building Association Legal Project, Incorporation1998

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1 10Committee for a New Korea Policy1982, 1983, 1984

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1 11Community Resolution Program, New York State1983

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1 12Chicago Women's Liberation Union1973, Undated

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1 13COSMEP: Committee of Small Magazine Editors and Publishers1973, 1974, 1975, 1976

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1 14COSMEP: Committee of Small Magazine Editors and Publishers1974

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1 15COSMEP: Committee of Small Magazine Editors and Publishers- Newsletters and Other Items1974, 1975

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1 16A Discovery of Ourselves As Women Celebration '74 - Skidmore College1974, Undated

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1 17Maat Dompin: The Womyn of Color Land ProjectUndated

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1 18Alexandria Douglas - Albany County Rape Crisis Center1976, 1977

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1 19Alexandria Douglas - Alternative Week Schedules1976, 1977, 1978

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1 20Alexandria Douglas - Executive Order 40+ Affirmative Action1978, Undated

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1 21Alexandria Douglas - New York State Center for Women in Government1979

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1 22Empire State Pride Agenda - Lease1991, 1992

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1 23Enterprising Women's Leadership Institute1998

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1 24Family and Child Care Association of New York State1996

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1 25Female Fitness - Lease1994, 1996, 1997, 1998

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1 26Robin Findlay1989

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1 27Gay and Lesbian Alliance - Northampton, Massechusetts1983

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1 28Herizons - Binghamton, New York Women's Club1983, 1984, 1985

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1 29Holiday Our Own - Lease1992, 1993, 1997

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1 30Legal Aid Society1985, 1989

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1 31Joann Little - Feminist Alliance Against Rape1974

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1 32National Gay Task Force1974, 1976, 1977, 1978

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1 33New York State Coalition Against Sexual Assault1992, 1993

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1 34Social Action Center1982, 1983

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1 35Speakout1972

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1 36Speakout - Form Letters1976, Undated

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1 37Speakout - Requests1977, 1978

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1 38Speakout - Subscription LabelsUndated

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1 39Speakout - Workers "Exchange" File1975, 1976, 1977, 1980, Undated

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1 40State University of New York - Plaza Women's ForumUndated

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1 41Tri-City Council of Women1986

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1 42Upstate New York Women's History Conference1978

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2 43Women Against Media Violence Against Women1977, 1981

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2 44Women's Craft Store (Art and Desire)1995

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2 45Women's Hall of Fame1984, 1987, Undated

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2 46Women OutdoorsUndated

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2 47A Women's Place1976, 1977, Undated

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2 48A Women's Place1980

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2 49Women's Political Caucus1994, 1996

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2 50YWCA - Meeting1983-1986
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Alphabetically by publication title, then chronologically

The Publications series consists of the published newsletters produced by either the Tri-City Women’s Center or the Women’s Building. The publication was originally called the Tri-City Women’s Center Newsletter, and was renamed first, The Women-Centered News, and then the Women’s Building News.

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1 51Health Series Press Releases and BrochuresUndated

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1 52Women's Center Newsletter1978

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1 53Women's Center Newsletter1979

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1 54Women's Center Newsletter1980

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1 55Women's Center Newsletter1981

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1 56Women's Center Newsletter1982

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1 57Women's Center Newsletter1983

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1 58The Women-Centered News1985 June

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1 59The Women-Centered News1985 September

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1 60The Women-Centered News1986

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1 61The Women-Centered News - Administrative Material1990

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1 62The Women-Centered News1987, 1988

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1 63The Women-Centered News1988, 1989

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1 64The Women-Centered News1989

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1 65The Women-Centered News1990, 1991, 1993