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Abstract Cynthia Welch Hlass, real estate broker and former Atlanta NOW president was born in Kansas City, Missouri in 1944. The Cynthia W. Hlass Papers, 1970-1976, are arranged under the following topics: Atlanta NOW, Georgia NOW, National NOW, NOW State Legislative Coordinator, Equal Rights Amendment, and Miscellaneous and consist of manuscript and printed materials documenting Hlass's participation in NOW, as well as efforts to ratify the ERA in Georgia.
Abstract: Through her activities in NOW, Judith Lightfoot Cormack became a significant figure in the women's movement in Georgia, and nationally. One folder contains materials photocopied from originals in the possession of Judith Lightfoot Cormack, and includes letters written by, to, or concerning Cormack, some meeting minutes, and newsclippings.
Dates: 1975, 1978, 1991-1992
Abstract: Maria Getzinger Jones' political activism and interest in equal rights originated in her work experiences, as well as from the inspiration of local and national feminists and activists. The Maria Getzinger Jones papers consists of artifacts (bumper stickers, jewelry, lapel pins, a letter opener, name tags, a paperweight, pinback buttons, a ribbon), graphic materials (photographs, postcards and posters), and manuscript materials (correspondence, news clippings, notes, printed materials and...
Dates: 1946, 1967-1998; Majority of material found within 1969 - 1985
Abstract: Acting as a delegate from Atlanta NOW, Mary Jo Duncanson became involved with ERA Georgia, Inc. and the Equal Rights Amendment movement. The Mary Jo Duncanson papers, 1972-1984, document her involvement in the Equal Rights Amendment movement in Georgia.
Abstract: Valerie Beynon co-founded the Southwest Georgia chapter of the National Organization for Women (NOW) in 1993, where she served as president and coordinator for more than 10 years. Her involvement in Georgia led her to serve on Georgia NOW's State Council as well as serve in the two highest leadership roles within the state's chapter, executive vice president and president from 1997-2000. The materials in this collection reflect Beynon's involvement in NOW at the local, state and national levels...
Abstract: The "Printed Collection: Pamphlets" is an artificial collection of published and unpublished materials by or about women. Although called a pamphlet collection, this is in fact what some might consider to be a subject file or a vertical file, as it also includes reports, articles, directories, etc. Materials are usually received by Special Collections along with donated manuscript collections.
Dates: circa 1968-1999
Abstract: The "Printed Collection: Periodicals" is an artificial collection of serial publications by or about women. Materials are usually received by Special Collections along with donated manuscript collections.
- Georgia 4
- Women political activists 4
- Women's rights 4
- Equal rights amendments 3
- Abortion -- Law and legislation 1
- Bainbridge (Ga.) 1
- Cobb County (Ga.) 1
- Family violence 1
- Macon (Ga.) 1
- Marital violence 1
- Printers 1
- Sex discrimination 1
- Typographers 1
- Women -- Legal status, laws, etc. 1
- Women -- Political activity 1
- Women in community organization 1
- Women in higher education 1
- Women in public life 1
- Women labor leaders 1
- Women's studies 1
- articles 1
- directories 1
- floppy disks 1
- pamphlets 1
- periodicals 1
- photocopies 1
- reports 1
- souvenir programs 1
- surveys (documents) 1 ∧ less
- American Association of University Women 2
- Georgia Women's Political Caucus 2
- National Organization for Women. Atlanta Chapter 2
- Altrusa International 1
- Beynon, Valerie 1
- Coalition of Labor Union Women (U.S.) 1
- Cormack, Judith Lightfoot, 1937-2006 1
- Duncanson, Mary Jo, 1947- 1
- ERA Georgia, Inc. 1
- Georgia NOW 1
- Georgia State University Library 1
- Georgia State University. Library 1
- Hlass, Cynthia W. (Cynthia Welch), 1944-2003 1
- International Typographical Union 1
- Jones, Maria Getzinger, 1919-2005 1
- League of Women Voters of Georgia 1
- National Women's Political Caucus (U.S.) 1 ∧ less