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Abstract: Anne Deeley has been a champion of women's rights both as an activist and a businesswoman. The Anne Deeley papers, 1975-1983, include material from two scrapbooks (dismantled for preservation purposes) of photographs, contact sheets, printed material (flyers, newsletters, newspaper clippings, pamphlets, invitations, programs and registration forms), and letters pertaining to Deeley-Fenton and Associates, Inc., the Atlanta chapter of the Feminist Action Alliance, women and work, and career...
Abstract: Betty Grant served as the president of the Georgia chapter of the National Organization for Women (NOW), 1988-early 1990s. The Betty Grant papers include office files pertaining to the activities of the Georgia NOW during her time serving the organization in various roles, including that of president, as well as photographs and artifacts.
Dates: 1976-1991; Majority of material found within 1988 - 1990
Abstract Beverly Turner Jordan was born in Buffalo, N.Y. in 1937. The Jordan Collection is arranged by subject/format catagories: Manuscript materials include records relating to the Cobb County and Georgia Women's Political Caucus and ERA Georgia, Inc., as well as Jordan's Rolodex cards (originals and photocopies).
Abstract: Cathey W. Steinberg was recognized as a leader for consumer, family, and women's rights during her service in the Georgia House of Representatives (1977-1989) and Georgia Senate (1991-1993). Her papers consist of correspondence, newsclippings, legislation, printed materials, reports, speeches, and campaign materials, 1976-1994, that document her public service and political campaigns.
Abstract: Chris Carroll is a real estate broker and women's policy activist in Atlanta, Georgia, who served as a board member for the Women's Policy Group, 1992-2011. Her papers consist of correspondence, handwritten notes, meeting agendas and minutes, reports and other printed material, and financial records, primarily documenting the Women's Policy Group.
Abstract: Throughout her years in Georgia, Christine Tibbetts has chaired numerous community organizations and also helped to support the arts in Tift County. Comprised of correspondence, newspaper clippings, pamphlets, newsletters, posters, drafts and photographs from 1974 to 2000, the papers document Tibbetts' work with the National Women's Political Caucus, Women's Equity Action League, American Association of University Women, Georgia Association of Education and Georgia Women's Political Caucus.
Dates: 1974-2000; Majority of material found within 1981 - 1985
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: Donna Novak Coles was active with the Feminist Action Alliance, Housewives for the ERA, Georgia Women's Political Caucus, the League of Women Voters, and she was one of the few individual members of ERA Georgia. Inc., the umbrella organization for all groups supporting passage of the Equal Rights Amendment. The Donna Novak Coles papers, organized in two series, consists of manuscript materials (notes, correspondence, news clippings, printed materials and publications) related to Coles's...
Abstract: Dorothy J. Tracy, activist, author, financial planner, and lobbyist, was born in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania in 1920. The bulk of the Dorothy J. Tracy Papers, circa 1967-1995, focuses on Tracy's efforts to ratify the ERA in Georgia through such organizations as the League of Women Voters of Georgia and Atlanta/Fulton, Georgians for ERA, and ERA Georgia, Inc. [the former Georgia Council for ERA].
Dates: circa 1967-1995
Abstract: Dotsie Holmes (1924-2010) was a women's rights activist from 1951, when she first moved to Atlanta and became aware of community property laws and the discrimination women faced in home ownership and pay. She served in organizations such as the Atlanta Chapter of the American Association of University Women and the Atlanta Chapter for the League of Women Voters, and lobbied for the Equal Rights Amendment in Georgia, 1973-1981. Her papers, 1945-2010, the bulk of which span from 1968-1987,...
Dates: 1945-2010; Majority of material found within 1968 - 1987
Abstract: The papers document women's rights activist Janet Cukor's involvement in efforts to pass the Equal Rights Amendment in the state of Georgia, and her participation in the National Women's Conference in Houston, Texas in November 1977, as well as her interest in other women-centered issues such as displaced homemakers, marriage and divorce legislation, and women in the workforce.
Abstract: A grassroots activist at heart, Janet Paulk is passionate about a variety of social, political and gender issues. The Janet Paulk papers (1952-2013) consist of correspondence, financial records, audiovisual recordings, genealogical records, poetry, periodicals, flyers, and newspaper clippings.
Abstract: Jeanne Taylor Cahill, civic activist and businesswoman, was born in Alma (Ware County), Georgia in 1932. The Cahill papers are comprised of subject files, personal papers and artifacts reflecting the political, and activist activities of Jeanne Cahill.
Dates: 1953-1993; Majority of material found within 1970 - 1993
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 Laura J. Moriarty has been very active in community and civic affairs for several years. Her collection, circa 1978-1994 consists of materials relating to her involvement with various organizations, including the Abigails, the Democratic Party, the League of Women Voters, the Atlanta Regional Commission, the National Issues Forum and the National Commission on Social Security.
Dates: circa 1978-1994
Abstract: Linda Hallenborg Kurtz was the founder and chair of the Georgia Women's Political Caucus (GWPC), an officer of the ERA GA, Inc., vice chair and member of the board of directors of the National Women's Political Caucus (NWPC) and director of governmental affairs for Planned Parenthood of the Atlanta Area. The Linda Hallenborg Kurtz Papers, 1979-1995, document her involvement with the Georgia Women's Political Caucus (GWPC) and the National Women's Political Caucus (NWPC).
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: MaryAnne Farnsworth was born in Ann Arbor, Michigan in 1944. She graduated from the University of Kentucky in 1965, and went to work for the US Department of Labor, Southern Regional Education Board, Agnes Scott College, and Goergia State University. The majority of the papers document Gaunt's work as committee chair of the Atlanta Women’s Network (AWN) Program from 1987 to 1988, including invitations to the monthly programs, contact lists of possible program speakers, as well as AWN annual...
Abstract: Nowak first became interested in the the Women's Movement in 1977, when she attended a meeting of the National Organization for Women (NOW). She went on to join the NOW board in 1978, and, along with Mary Jo Duncanson, co-led the ERA State Network which worked to build a means of support and dissemination of information throughout Georgia. The collection consists of articles, correspondence, legislative information, speeches, and reports collected to educate and build support for the passage of...
Abstract: The Sisters of No Mercy, feminist theater troupe, performed for more than three years in the early 1980s. Scripts, newsletters, newspaper clippings, research materials and photographs make up the records of the Sisters of No Mercy's performances at activist and feminist events in the Atlanta, Georgia area.
- Atlanta (Ga.) 21
- Equal rights amendments 15
- Women's rights 7
- Georgia 5
- artifacts (object genre) 5
- buttons (information artifacts) 5
- DeKalb County (Ga.) 4
- Women -- Political activity 4
- Cobb County (Ga.) 3
- clippings (information artifacts) 3
- Abortion -- Law and legislation 2
- Sex discrimination against women 2
- Women politicians 2
- audiocassettes 2
- photocopies 2
- photographs 2
- scrapbooks 2
- Bainbridge (Ga.) 1
- Businesswomen 1
- College teachers 1
- Community activists 1
- Decatur (Ga.) 1
- Feminism in art 1
- Feminist theater 1
- International Women's Year, 1975 1
- Lobbyists 1
- Macon (Ga.) 1
- Marital violence 1
- Political campaigns 1
- Printers 1
- Protest movements 1
- Public relations 1
- Teachers 1
- Tift County (Ga.) 1
- Typographers 1
- Vocational guidance 1
- Washington (D.C.) 1
- Women -- Legal status, laws, etc. 1
- Women in higher education 1
- Women labor leaders 1
- Women legislators 1
- Women political consultants 1
- Women's March on Washington (2017) 1
- Women--Political activity 1
- decals 1
- floppy disks 1
- invitations 1
- oral histories (document genres) 1
- pamphlets 1
- reports 1
- textiles (visual works) 1
- videocassettes 1 ∧ less
- ERA Georgia, Inc. 11
- National Organization for Women 5
- Georgia Women's Political Caucus 4
- American Association of University Women 2
- Feminist Action Alliance (Atlanta, Ga.) 2
- Georgia NOW 2
- League of Women Voters of Atlanta/Fulton County 2
- League of Women Voters of DeKalb County, Ga. 2
- National Organization for Women. Atlanta Chapter 2
- National Women's Political Caucus (U.S.) 2
- Women's Policy Group 2
- Ackerman, Virginia MacMahon, 1939- 1
- Atlanta Women's Network 1
- Beynon, Valerie 1
- Cahill, Jeanne Taylor, 1932- 1
- Carroll, Chris (Christine Ann) 1
- Carson, Karen, 1973- 1
- Coalition of Labor Union Women (U.S.) 1
- Coles, Donna Novak 1
- Cormack, Judith Lightfoot, 1937-2006 1
- Cukor, Janet, 1924- 1
- Davis, Stephanie 1
- Deeley, Anne 1
- Deeley-Fenton & Associates 1
- Flaherty, Lisa, 1965- 1
- Gaunt, MaryAnne (MaryAnne Farnsworth) 1
- Georgia Women for a Change 1
- Georgia. General Assembly. Committee on Schools 1
- Georgia. General Assembly. House of Representatives 1
- Georgia. General Assembly. Senate 1
- Georgia. Governor's Commission on the Status of Women 1
- Georgia. Select Committee on Constitutional Revision 1
- Gerrard, Morna 1
- Grant, Betty J. 1
- Griffin, Schaune (Interviewer) 1
- Hague, Erica Lynn 1
- Halevy, Emily 1
- Hlass, Cynthia W. (Cynthia Welch), 1944-2003 1
- Holmen, Phyllis J. 1
- Holmes, Dorris, 1924-2010 1
- Housewives for E.R.A. 1
- International Typographical Union 1
- Jones, Maria Getzinger, 1919-2005 1
- Jordan, Beverly Turner, 1937- 1
- Kurtz, Linda Hallenborg, 1948- 1
- League of Women Voters of Georgia 1
- Lefkowitz, Leah 1
- McGee, Alex, 1989- 1
- Moriarty, Laura J., 1945- 1
- National Women's Conference (1st : 1977 : Houston, TX) 1
- Nowak, Nancy, 1938- 1
- Oeder, Carol 1
- Paulk, Janet, 1932- 1
- Sisters of No Mercy (Performing group) 1
- Steinberg, Cathey W. (Cathey Weiss), 1942- 1
- Stephens, Karen W. 1
- Strub, Liza 1
- Taylor, Mamie K., 1900-1982 1
- Tibbetts, Christine, 1948- 1
- Tracy, Dorothy J., 1920- 1
- Unitarian-Universalist Congregation of Atlanta 1
- United States. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission 1
- Women and the Constitution (1988 : Atlanta, Ga.) 1 ∧ less