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Fri Mar 21 17:08:15 2014 UTClccn-n850732870.00Heide, Wilma Scott0.881.00What's wrong with male-dominated society /23567026Wilma_Scott_Heiden 850732871376105lccn-n50063455National Organization for Womenlccn-n85234729Haney, Eleanor Humesnp-myers, mary lynnMyers, Mary Lynnlccn-n81117776NOW Legal Defense & Education Fundlccn-n79094543Schlafly, Phyllisnc-now majority caucusNOW Majority Caucusnp-boyer, elizabethBoyer, Elizabethlccn-nr93048205National Organization for Women. New York Statelccn-no2006016093East, Catherine1916-1996lccn-no2006087687Stock, RobertaHeide, Wilma Scott1921-1985SermonsConference proceedingsUnited StatesHeide, Wilma Scott,National Organization for WomenFeministsFeminism--Moral and ethical aspectsFeminismWomen in educationWomen--Health and hygiene--Sociological aspectsPublic welfareSex discrimination against womenWomen's rightsWomen--Legal status, laws, etcSex discrimination in employmentEqual rights amendmentsRawalt, Marguerite,BoycottsKomisar, Lucy,NOW Legal Defense & Education FundHernandez, Aileen CEmployeesRossi, Alice S.,Kolb, Frances ArickCeballos, Jacqueline Michot,Friedan, BettyEast, Catherine Shipe,Darcy, LynneOffice politicsClarenbach, Kathryn FDeCrow, KarenEastwood, Mary O.,Roberts, SylviaMink, Patsy T.,Wood, Nan Elizabeth,Sex roleSmeal, EleanorCarabillo, ToniHosken, Fran P.,Connell, NoreenKennedy, Florynce,United States.--Equal Employment Opportunity CommissionSex differences (Psychology)Kennedy, Edward M.--(Edward Moore),AbortionWomen--Social conditionsMurray, Pauli,Women's Equity Action LeagueCrater, FloraTrainor, PatriciaWomen--Mental healthSteinem, Gloria19211985196919711972197319741975197819791985199119992584046305.420973HQ1426982ocn012345021book19850.84Heide, Wilma ScottFeminism for the health of it31ocn008972884book0.92Heide, Wilma ScottThe reality and challenge of the double standard in mental health and society21ocn060128104book19711.00Heide, Wilma ScottWhat's wrong with male-dominated society11ocn003115237book19741.00Heide, Wilma ScottWhat is a feminist?11ocn460926289book19731.00Heide, Wilma ScottPower as cause of war and potential for peace : society's responsibilities with respect to war and peace : feminism means that she is risen to redefine and reassign power for life11ocn062276124book19711.00Heide, Wilma ScottTestimony of Wilma Scott Heide ... to the Senate Judiciary Committee on November 9, 1971 : subject: presidential nominations to the U.S. Supreme Court11ocn062145312book19721.00Heide, Wilma ScottWomen's quest for equality11ocn056409033book19741.00Heide, Wilma ScottOn women, men, children, and librarians11ocn064548332book19751.00Heide, Wilma ScottS/He is risen : sermonSermons11ocn056017264book19731.00Heide, Wilma ScottA national conference initiated by Urban Research Corporation in New York : "Women and minorities in corporate positions : the shape of the future"Conference proceedings11ocn062510918book19751.00Heide, Wilma ScottRacial justice and feminism : common causes in the human interest11ocn056916231book19731.00Heide, Wilma ScottCongress of the United States, Joint Economic Committee hearings on economic problems of women : written testimony from NOW, the National Organization for Women, Inc.11ocn225509067book19751.00Heide, Wilma ScottFeminism, for a healthy future11ocn061885211book19691.00Heide, Wilma ScottSome egalitarian alternatives to androcentric science11ocn781737267com19780.47Heide, Wilma ScottFeminism for the Health of ItThe subject of economics is approached via an analysis of the proposed federal "Welfare Reform" legislation. Welfare itself, is reconceptualized11ocn062322582book19721.00Heide, Wilma ScottA feminist manifesto of visions for the presidency now11ocn060856632book1.00Heide, Wilma ScottNew York Times guest editorial11ocn061733214book19751.00Heide, Wilma ScottA proposal to liberate the broadcast media11ocn070148604book19731.00Heide, Wilma ScottTrends affecting volunteers today : a feminist perspective on volunteering for a healthy society11ocn056331706book19791.00Heide, Wilma ScottWhat feminist perspectives would bring to public health, its schools and programs1223ocn012558486book19850.88Haney, Eleanor HumesA feminist legacy : the ethics of Wilma Scott Heide and companyBiography22ocn027658323book19910.92Stock, RobertaWilma Scott Heide : her embracement of nurses and nursing11ocn122614548mix1.00Boston N.O.WTrials, litigation, etcThe records include by-laws; minutes and other papers concerning board and general meetings; correspondence; records of committees and task forces; subject files; press releases and clippings; financial records; memorabilia; photographs, color slides; and audiotapes of "Now We're Talking," a weekly radio show, 1974-198011ocn122611306rcrd1.00Kolb, Frances Arick[Audiotape collection]Collection consists of audio interviews conducted by Frances Kolb with past National Organization for Women (NOW) officers and members, regarding the formation of NOW and their roles in the organization. Kolb conducted the interviews in preparation for a book on the history of NOW11ocn053877691art1999Heide, Wilma ScottBiography11ocn122471038mix1.00Lightfoot, JudithCorrespondence, minutes, reports, and printed material chronicle the computerization of NOW's national office systems, the NOW-led Sears boycott, and the debate between the NOW Majority Caucus and Womansurge over the reorganization of NOW during the mid-1970s. Also included is correspondence, etc., regarding NOW chapters and regions, and the NOW Legal Defense and Education Fund11ocn589140618mix1.00Witter, JeanJean Witter papersThe Jean Witter Papers include correspondence, legislative material relating to the Equal Rights Amendment, meeting minutes and organizational information on the National Organization for Women (specifically the Pittsburgh chapter), promotional material for both the ERA and NOW, personal records, a sampling of articles and notes on general women's issues, Witter's personal writings (both notes and essays), and ephemeral material relating to the women's rights movement. The primary focus of the collection is on Witter's involvement in NOW and the foundations of the Pittsburgh chapter, and her work on the passage of the ERA. The collection also contains several audiocassettes, which include speeches and interviews given by Witter, as well as material relating to the overall movement for equality for women11ocn122471590mix1.00Darcy, LynneCollection includes correspondence, reports, press releases, minutes, printed material, notes, etc., mostly concerning Darcy's work with NOW's Task Force on Compliance and Enforcement. This work included sex discrimination actions taken by individual NOW members, NOW chapters, and the task force, particularly actions against Xerox and General Mills. There are also files from the Task Force on Compliance and Enforcement created by Mary Lynn Myers and Joan Hull, earlier task force coordinators11ocn122557790mix1.00Women's Equity Action League of MassachusettsThe collection consists of bylaws, chapter and affiliation records, board of directors' minutes and correspondence, other correspondence, notes, programs, etc. re: events and/or issues; nominating committee and membership records; public relations materials; newsletters, clippings, WEAL of Massachusetts publications, and press kits11ocn232006641mix1.00Heide, Wilma ScottChartersThis collection contains correspondence, minutes, agendas, printed material, notes, clippings, and photographs relating to WSH's work as a feminist leader, with the bulk of the materials relating to her role as chair and later president of the National Organization for Women11ocn782124314mix1.00Tully-Crenshaw Feminist Oral History ProjectThe collection includes audiotapes and transcripts of interviews with forty-four activists in the National Organization for Women, biographical information, and photographs. Also included are transcripts of a September 12, 1991, roundtable discussion among five early members of NOW concerning a major split in the organization in 1975; transcript of a workshop (NOW national meeting, January 10, 1992) on the origins of NOW; transcript of discussion on the founding of NOW LDEF (Armonk, New York, July 19, 1992); and transcripts of toasts from Betty Friedan's 75th birthday party in 1996. Two interviews, with Karen DeCrow and Wilma Scott Heide, were conducted in 1980 and 1981, and were included with this project at the request of Mary Jean Tully11ocn122557767mix1.00Kolb, Frances ArickPeriodicalsCollection consists of correspondence, clippings, research notes, printed material, audiocassettes, memorabilia, and writings by Kolb, focusing mainly on her work for the National Organization for Women, and her research documenting the history of NOW11ocn122413364mix1.00National Organization for WomenThis record represents Series I-XVI: I. Organization and Policy. II. Records of Board and Executive Committee. III. Conferences. IV. National Office. V. Membership Records. VI. Mailings. VII. Legislative Office. VIII. Public Information Office. IX. National Action Center: Administrative Files. X. National Action Center: Press Office. XI. National Action Center: Subject Files. XII. Financial. XIII. Task Forces and Conference Implementation Committees. XIV. Regions and Chapters. XV. Papers of Leaders: Alice S. Rossi. XVI. Papers of Leaders: Gene Boyer12ocn232009145mix1.00Alexander, DoloresCollection consists of records pertaining to the founding of NOW, including correspondence, printed material, minutes, notes, etc. The collection also includes biographical material, correspondence, notes, etc., related to Alexander and her speaking engagements11ocn122614561mix1.00Carden, Maren LockwoodInterviewsThis collection consists of research material compiled for Carden's book, The New Feminist Movement (1974), and includes notes from interviews with women's movement activists, printed material from women's organizations, and correspondence with activists, c.1969-1970; legal releases for interviews; notes re: women's groups and centers; and printed material from national NOW and some NOW chapters. It also includes correspondence and other papers gathered for Feminism in the Mid-1970s: The Nonestablishment, the Establishment, and the Future (1977)11ocn818360908book1.00Heide, Wilma ScottI do not refer to myself as a housewife for the reason that I did not marry a housePosters02ocn232008857bookFriedan, BettyThis record refers to two separately processed collections containing personal and professional correspondence, photographs, clippings by and about Friedan, financial records, writings, research notes, speeches, interviews, teaching material, and board minutes and other records documenting her involvement with organizations, etc. See also the records for each portion processed separately01ocn122583070mixEast, Catherine ShipeSeries I-V of this collection include biographical information; appointment books; correspondence; speeches to professional organizations, educational and financial insitutions, clubs, government agencies, etc.; and writings, mostly book chapters and articles. Also included are background papers, press releases, minutes, reports, etc. concerning the President's Commission on the Status of Women, and the Interdepartmental Committee on the Status of Women. East's involvement with the Citizens' Advisory Council on the Status of Women is also documented in minutes, position papers and reports, correspondence, and court cases involving sex discrimination01ocn086145398mixTully-Crenshaw Feminist Oral History ProjectCollection includes audiotapes and transcripts of interviews with forty activists in the National Organization for Women, biographical information, and photographs. Also included are transcripts of a Sept. 12, 1991 round table discussion among five early members of NOW concerning a major split in the organization in the early 1970s; transcript of a workshop on the origins of NOW, held at the NOW national meeting, Jan. 10, 1992; and transcript of discussion on the founding of NOW LDEF, held at Armonk, N.Y., July 19, 1992Fri Mar 21 16:01:43 EDT 2014batch20271