Pam Elam papers

Abstract

This collection consists of paper materials, artifacts, photographic prints, a slide, a cassette tape, and a reel-to-reel audiotape formerly belonging to Pamela Elam. Elam is a feminist organizer who earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from the University of Kentucky in 1972 and a Juris Doctor degree from the UK College of Law in 1975.

Descriptive Summary

Title
Pam Elam papers
Date
1962 - 2004, bulk 1972 - 1978
Extent
17.0 Cubic feet
Finding Aid Author
Finding aid prepared by Prepared by Bonnie Danner and Theresa McCarty in February 2006 under the supervision of Nancy DeMarcus, University Records Manager; machine-readable finding aid created by Eric Weig
Preferred Citation
2004UA003: [identification of item], Pam Elam papers, University of Kentucky Archives.
Repository
University of Kentucky

Collection Overview

Biography / History
Born and raised in Kentucky, Pam Elam started her public career as a feminist organizer at the age of 13 in the 1964 Kentucky State Speech festival, speaking on A Woman's Place in the United States. She has been organizing since that event.
In Kentucky from 1970 - 1978, Pam organized a wide variety of feminist activities and helped found a number of women's groups. She helped coordinate legislative campaigns in the Kentucky General Assembly which resulted in the ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment, the creation of legal protections for battered women and rape victims, and the development of a Displaced Homemakers Program. She was honored to be selected to lead the slate of Kentucky Delegates to the 1977 National Women's Conference in Houston, Texas, and in 1978, she received an award for Dedicated Service to the Women of Kentucky from the Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition. While in Kentucky, Pam was also employed as the only staff member of the Kentucky Commission on Women, a Staff Assistant to the Kentucky General Assembly's Interim Committee on Cities, and Executive Director of the Kentucky Civil Liberties Union.
After obtaining a B.A. Degree in Political Science from the University of Kentucky and a Juris Doctor Degree from the University of Kentucky College of Law, Pam came to New York in 1978 to enter the Masters Program in Women's History at Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville. While working as a teaching assistant for the Sarah Lawrence College Summer Institute on Women's History in 1979, Pam met Molly MacGregor, one of the Institute participants, and joined efforts to promote Women's History Week, later Month, recognized by federal and state governments. She has been a supporter of and volunteer for the National Women's History Project, a group founded by Ms. MacGregor.
In 1980, Pam helped found the Congressional Union, Inc. (CU), an organization of historians and activists named in honor of the militant woman suffrage group created by Alice Paul and Lucy Burns in 1914. The new CU sought to revive the spirit of the suffragists in order to advance feminist issues and sponsored a series of non-violently militant acts of civil disobedience primarily at the White House. Scores of CU members were arrested during 1981 and 1982 while protesting the nation's failure to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment. Pam was arrested at the White House after one such demonstration in which CU members burned President Reagan in effigy for his opposition to women's equality just as in 1919 militant suffragists had burned President Wilson in effigy for his failure to support woman suffrage.
After graduating from Sarah Lawrence College in 1980, Pam went to work as a Legislative Aide to the New York City (NYC) Council where, among other tasks, she organized over one hundred hearings for the Committee on Women on issues ranging from the Feminization of Poverty, Teenage Pregnancy, and Sexual Harassment to Child Care, the Legal Needs of Battered Women, and Sex Equity in the Schools. She worked for the NYC Council for nine years.
While at Sarah Lawrence College, Pam came out as a lesbian and soon started to focus her organizing work on issues of lesbian rights and lesbian visibility. She was active in the fight for the adoption of the Lesbian and Gay Rights Bill in the New York City Council. In 1984, she helped found Lesbians in Government, a group of women employed by federal, state, and municipal government. In 1986, she revived the National Organization for Women (NOW) - NYC Lesbian Rights Committee and in 1987 helped organize the first major conference on Lesbian Identity and Empowerment to be held in New York City in a number of years. Also in 1987, as a member of the Board of Directors of Gay and Lesbian Independent Democrats, Pam organized forums on lesbian history and on the need for lesbians to define their own issues and political agenda. In addition, she helped found Lesbians United, a coalition of approximately 40 lesbian rights-related organizations.
Pam has continued her organizing efforts for feminist causes by working with a wide variety of New York women's groups over the years, including the NOW, New York Women Against Rape and the New York State Women's Political Caucus (NWPC), to name only a few. A highlight of her organizing efforts was the creation of the first ever Presidential Candidates Forum on Women's Issues (attended in 1988 by Governor Michael Dukakis, Senator Albert Gore, and the Rev. Jesse Jackson) when she was Director of Special Projects for the New York State (NYS) - NWPC. In 1988, Pam was also honored by NYC-NOW with the Susan B. Anthony Award. In addition, she has been recognized in Who's Who of American Women. Pam has been active in many political campaigns, including those to elect Deborah Glick to the NYS Assembly and Tom Duane to the NYC Council.
From 1989 to 1994, Pam worked as a political consultant and Deputy Campaign Manager for the campaigns of Elizabeth Holtzman and Andrew Stein and was Assistant Comptroller and Director of Community Relations for Comptroller Elizabeth Holtzman. Since 1994, she has been employed as Associate Commissioner for Intergovernmental Relations and External Affairs at the New York City Department of Employment. She also helped with plans for a 1998 nationwide celebration of the 150th Anniversary of the Seneca Falls Woman's Rights Convention organized by Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott in 1848.
Pam has held many positions in the New York area of which here are a few: New York City Human Resources Administration, Deputy Commissioner for Intergovernmental Affairs - 1997 - 98; NYC Mayor's Office of Intergovernmental Affairs Coordinator - 1998; New York State Senator Thomas K. Duane's office - Chief of Staff - 2004 - 2006. She continues to work for women's rights.
Scope and Content
This collection consists of paper materials, artifacts, photographic prints, a slide, a cassette tape, and a reel-to-reel audiotape formerly belonging to Pamela Elam. Elam is a feminist organizer who earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from the University of Kentucky in 1972 and a Juris Doctor degree from the UK College of Law in 1975. The collection is divided into 79 series and 88 sub-series.
The series are: Alliance for Displaced Homemakers; Artifacts; Biographies; Bumper Stickers; Business Cards; Bylaws; Catalogs; Central Kentucky Women's Political Caucus; Charts; Clippings; Committees; Conferences; Constitutions; Correspondence, General; Correspondence, Personal; Democratic National Convention; Directions; Directories; Envelopes; Equal Rights Amendment; Essays; Fact Sheets; Financial Records; Flyers; Guidelines; Handbooks; International Women's Year; Interviews; Invitations; Kentucky Civil Liberties Union; Kentucky Commission on Human Rights; Kentucky Commission on Women; Kentucky General Assembly; Kentucky Student Public Interest Research Group; Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition; Kentucky Women's Political Caucus; Lexington Women's Center; Lexington Women's Political Caucus; Lists; Mailing Lists; Maps; Metropolitan Louisville Women's Political Caucus; National Organization for Women; National Women's Agenda Coalition; National Women's Political Caucus; Newsletters; Notes; Oversize; Pamphlets; Parliamentary Procedures; Petitions; Photographic Prints; Poems; Polls; Press Releases; Proposals; Publications, General; Publications, Legal; Questionnaires; Rape Crisis Center; Rape Research; Regulations; Reports; Republican National Convention; Resources; Resumes; Rules; Slides; Southern Women's Conference; Speeches; Statements; Stickers; Talking Points; Testimonies; University of Kentucky Council on Women's Concerns; University of Kentucky Free University; University of Kentucky Students for McGovern; University of Kentucky Women's Law Caucus; and Women's Studies.
The Alliance for Displaced Homemakers series is divided into nine sub-series: Biographies; Clippings; Correspondence; Fact Sheets; Mailing Lists; Meeting Minutes; Newsletters; Publications, Legal; and Resolutions.
The Artifacts series has no sub-series but General.
The Biographies series has no sub-series but General.
The Bumper Stickers series has no sub-series but General.
The Business Cards series has no sub-series but General.
The Bylaws series has no sub-series but General.
The Catalogs series has no sub-series but General.
The Central Kentucky Women's Political Caucus series is divided into four sub-series: Bylaws, Correspondence, Flyers, and Newsletters.
The Charts series has no sub-series but General.
The Clippings series is divided into three sub-series: General, Elizabeth Holtzman, and Jean(ne) Little.
The Committees series has no sub-series but General.
The Conferences series has no sub-series but General.
The Constitutions series has no sub-series but General.
The General Correspondence series has no sub-series but General.
The Personal Correspondence series has no sub-series but General.
The Democratic National Convention series is divided into 40 sub-series: Agendas; Binders; Biographies; Books; Bylaws; Calendars; Charts; Checklists; Clippings; Correspondence; Envelopes; Fact Sheets; Financial Records; Flyers; Guidelines; Guides; Invitations; Lists; Lyrics; Mailing Lists; Maps; Meeting Minutes; Newsletters; Notes; Pamphlets; Platforms; Polls; Programs; Proposals; Publications, General; Questionnaires; Reports; Resolutions; Roll-Calls; Rules; Speeches; Statements; Stickers; Talking Points; and Tickets.
The Directions series has no sub-series but General.
The Directories series has no sub-series but General.
The Envelopes series has no sub-series but General.
The Equal Rights Amendment series is divided into 21 sub-series: Appendices; Clippings; Conferences; Correspondence; Fact Sheets; Flyers; Guidelines; Lists; Mailing Lists; Miscellaneous; Newsletters; Pamphlets; Petitions; Press Releases; Proposals; Publications, General; Publications, Legal; Roll-Calls; Speeches; Statements; and Stickers.
The Essays series has no sub-series but General.
The Fact Sheets series has no sub-series but General.
The Financial Records series has no sub-series but General.
The Flyers series has no sub-series but General.
The Guidelines series has no sub-series but General.
The Handbooks series has no sub-series but General.
The International Women's Year series is divided into 36 sub-series: Biographies; Calendars; Catalogs; Clippings; Committee Assignments; Conferences; Correspondence; Envelopes; Fact Sheets; Financial Records; Folders; Guidelines; Mailing Lists; Manuals; Maps; Meeting Agendas; Meeting Minutes; Meeting Roll-Calls; Newsletters; Notes; Pamphlets; Plans of Action; Press Releases; Programs; Proposals; Publications, General; Reports; Resolutions; Resources; Rules; Scripts; Speeches; Statements; Stationery; Stickers; and Workshops.
The Interviews series has no sub-series but General.
The Invitations series has no sub-series but General.
The Kentucky Civil Liberties Union series is divided into seventeen sub-series: Correspondence; Directories; Flyers; Job Descriptions; Lists; Mailing Lists; Meeting Agendas; Newsletters; Notes; Personnel; Press Releases; Publications, General; Reports; Resources; Speeches; Stationery; and Workshops.
The Kentucky Commission on Human Rights series is divided into thirteen sub-series: Clippings; Complaints; Correspondence; Fact Sheets; Guidelines; Manuals; Newsletters; Pamphlets; Press Releases; Publications, General; Publications, Legal; Reports; and Statements.
The Kentucky Commission on Women series is divided into seventeen sub-series: Bylaws; Clippings; Correspondence; Directories; Envelopes; Executive Orders; Guidelines; Membership Lists; Newsletters; Notes; Personnel; Press Releases; Publications, General; Publications, Legal; Reports; Statements; and Stationery.
The Kentucky General Assembly series is divided into fifteen sub-series: Amendments; Biographies; Clippings; Committee Assignments; Directories; Manuals; Maps; Notes; Proposals; Publications, General; Publications, Legal; Reports; Roll-Calls; Speeches; and Visitors' Passes.
The Kentucky Student Public Interest Research Group series has no sub-series but Fact Sheets.
The Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition series is divided into 37 sub-series: Awards; Bylaws; Clippings; Committee Assignments; Correspondence; Envelopes; Essays; Fact Sheets; Financial Records; Flyers; Job Descriptions; Lists; Logos; Mailing Lists; Maps; Meeting Agendas; Meeting Minutes; Meeting Roll-Calls; Membership Lists; Name Tags; Newsletters; Notes; Petitions; Poems; Press Releases; Proposals; Publications, Legal; Reservation Lists; Resolutions; Sign-up Sheets; Speeches; Statements; Stationery; Talking Points; Tally Sheets; Testimonies; and Tickets.
The Kentucky Women's Political Caucus series is divided into 36 sub-series: Biographies; Bumper Stickers; Bylaws; Charts; Clippings; Committee Assignments; Conferences; Conventions; Correspondence; Envelopes; Fact Sheets; Financial Records; Flyers; Folders; Guidelines; Invitations; Job Descriptions; Mailing Lists; Maps; Meeting Agendas; Meeting Minutes; Meeting Roll-Calls; Membership Cards; Miscellaneous; Newsletters; Notes; Pamphlets; Proposals; Reports; Resolutions; Rules; Speeches; Statements; Stationery; Talking Points; and Tally Sheets.
The Lexington Women's Center series is divided into nineteen sub-series: Biographies, Bumper Stickers, Bylaws, Charts, Clippings, Committee Assignments, Conferences, Conventions, Correspondence, Envelopes, Fact Sheets, Financial Records, Flyers, Folders, Guidelines, Invitations, Job Descriptions, Mailing Lists, Maps, Meeting Agendas, Meeting Minutes, Meeting Roll-Calls, Membership Cards, Miscellaneous, Newsletters, Notes, Pamphlets, Proposals, Reports, Resolutions, Rules, Speeches, Statements, Stationery, Talking Points, and Tally Sheets.
The Lexington Women's Political Caucus series is divided into eighteen sub-series: Bylaws, Clippings, Committee Assignments, Correspondence, Envelopes, Fact Sheets, Financial Records, Flyers, Folders, Guidelines, Lists, Mailing Lists, Newsletters, Notes, Press Releases, Proposals, Reports, and Workshops.
The Lists series has no sub-series but General.
The Mailing Lists series has no sub-series but General.
The Maps series has no sub-series but General.
The Metropolitan Louisville Women's Political Caucus series is divided into seven sub-series: Correspondence, Invitations, Mailing Lists, Newsletters, Pamphlets, Resolutions, and Statements.
The National Organization for Women series is divided into six sub-series: Correspondence, Invitations, Mailing Lists, Newsletters, Pamphlets, Resolutions, and Statements.
The National Women's Agenda Coalition series is divided into seventeen sub-series: Bylaws, Conferences, Correspondence, Fact Sheets, Guidelines, Handbooks, Meeting Minutes, Membership Lists, Newsletters, Organizational Packets, Pamphlets, Plans of Action, Press Releases, Proclamations, Questionnaires, Resources, and Statements.
The National Women's Political Caucus series is divided into 34 sub-series: Binders; Bylaws; Catalogs; Charts; Clippings; Committee Assignments; Conferences; Conventions; Correspondence; Envelopes; Fact Sheets; Financial Records; Flyers; Guidelines; Handbooks; Lists; Mailing Lists; Maps; Meeting Agendas; Meeting Minutes; Newsletters; Notes; Pamphlets; Planks; Press Releases; Programs; Proposals; Publications, General; Reports; Resolutions; Rules; Statements; Tickets; and Workshops.
The Newsletters series has no sub-series but General.
The Notes series has no sub-series but General.
The Oversize series is divided into two sub-series: Broadsides and Miscellaneous.
The Pamphlets series has no sub-series but General.
The Parliamentary Procedures series has no sub-series but General.
The Petitions series has no sub-series but General.
The Photographic Prints series has no sub-series but General.
The Poems series has no sub-series but General.
The Polls series has no sub-series but General.
The Press Releases series has no sub-series but General.
The Proposals series has no sub-series but General.
The General Publications series has no sub-series but General.
The Legal Publications series has no sub-series but General.
The Questionnaires series has no sub-series but General.
The Rape Crisis Center series is divided into eight sub-series: Calendars, Cassette Tapes, Clippings, Fact Sheets, Newsletters, Pamphlets, Press Releases, and Questionnaires.
The Rape Research series is divided into fourteen sub-series: Appendices; Clippings; Correspondence; Envelopes; Essays; Flyers; Meeting Minutes; Newsletters; Notes; Pamphlets; Proposals; Publications, General; Publications, Legal; and Reports.
The Regulations series has no sub-series but General.
The Reports series has no sub-series but General.
The Republican National Convention series is divided into six sub-series: Clippings; Guidelines; Newsletters; Publications, General; Reports; and Rules.
The Resources series has no sub-series but General.
The Resumes series has no sub-series but General.
The Rules series has no sub-series but General.
The Slides series has no sub-series but General.
The Southern Women's Conference series is divided into nine sub-series: Agendas, Binders, Directories, Envelopes, Guidelines, Miscellaneous, Name Tags, Notes, and Stationery.
The Speeches series has no sub-series but General.
The Statements series has no sub-series but General.
The Stickers series has no sub-series but General.
The Talking Points series has no sub-series but General.
The Testimonies series has no sub-series but General.
The University of Kentucky Council on Women's Concerns series is divided into 24 sub-series: Bylaws; Calendars; Clippings; Complaints; Conferences; Correspondence; Essays; Financial Records; Flyers; Guides; Mailing Lists; Meeting Minutes; Newsletters; Pamphlets; Petitions; Press Releases; Publications, General; Publications, Legal; Radio Program; Reports; Speeches; Statements; Stickers; and Workshops.
The University of Kentucky Free University series is divided into two sub-series: Clippings and Flyers.
The University of Kentucky Students for McGovern series is divided into 24 sub-series: Awards; Biographies; Bumper Stickers; Clippings; Constitutions; Correspondence; Envelopes; Fact Sheets; Financial Records; Flyers; Mailing Lists; Manuals; Meeting Minutes; Newsletters; Notes; Pamphlets; Press Releases; Publications, General; Publications, Legal; Speeches; Statements; Talking Points; Volunteer Applications; and Workshops.
The University of Kentucky Women's Law Caucus series is divided into six sub-series: Clippings, Conferences, Correspondence, Flyers, Invitations, and Notes.
The Women's Studies series is divided into six sub-series: Clippings, Conferences, Correspondence, Flyers, Invitations, and Notes.
The date span of the collection is 1962 - 2004, bulk 1972 - 1978. Approximate dates are denoted by square brackets, and items not dated are marked "n.d".

Restrictions on Access and Use

Conditions Governing Access
Conditions Governing Access note This collection is comprised of paper materials, artifacts, photographic prints, a slide, a cassette tape, and a reel-to-reel audio tape which were donated to the University Archives and Records Program. Materials are entirely in English. It is open for research in accordance with the Kentucky Open Records Act (KRS 61.870-884).
Use Restrictions
Copyright has not been assigned to the University of Kentucky.

Contents of the Collection

Alliance for Displaced Homemakers

Biographies

Biography of Laurie Shields, [1977]

  • Box 4, Folder 1
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Clippings

Clippings concerning displaced homemakers, the Alliance for Displaced Homemakers, and related legislation, 1977

  • Box 4, Folder 2
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Correspondence

Statement from Barbara Dudley of California, regarding S. B. 825 (California's Displaced Homemakers Bill), [1976]

  • Box 4, Folder 3
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Letter from Lilialyce Akers to Displaced Homemakers Alliance Participants, thanking them for attending a meeting; includes a list of meeting attendees and a list of members of the Committee for Organization Support, 1977, July 20

  • Box 4, Folder 3
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Letter from Martha Pickering to Elam, announcing a meeting of the Alliance for Displaced Homemakers, 1977, August 31

  • Box 4, Folder 3
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Letter announcing a meeting of the Alliance for Displaced Homemakers, 1977, December 1

  • Box 4, Folder 3
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Fact Sheets

Fact sheets concerning displaced homemakers and related legislation, 1976

  • Box 4, Folder 4
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Mailing Lists

Mailing list for the Kentucky Alliance for Displaced Homemakers, [1977]

  • Box 4, Folder 5
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Meeting Minutes

Minutes from six meetings of the Alliance for Displaced Homemakers, 1977, July-December

  • Box 4, Folder 6
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Newsletters

Two letters from the national headquarters of the Alliance for Displaced Homemakers, suggesting letter-writing campaigns, 1977, July - [August]

  • Box 4, Folder 7
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Publications, Legal

H.R 28 (the Displaced Homemakers Act); lists of other federal and state legislation; list of organizations that support such legislation, 1977, January-October

  • Box 4, Folder 8
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Resolutions

Three drafts of Kentucky's Senate Bill 290, [1978]

  • Box 4, Folder 9
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Artifacts

General

Red rosebud corsage with straight pin and yellow ribbon reading "Reminder of Sexual Equality", n. d.

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3 inches by 0.5 inches
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Round black wooden flag stand, [1975]

  • Box 1
1.75 inches diameter by 0.5 inches height
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Miniature United Nations flag on black plastic pole, [1975]

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10.75 inches by 5.5 inches
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Anti death penalty lapel button with quote from Eugene Debbs: "Why do we kill people who kill people to show that killing people is wrong?", [1970]

  • Box 2
1.5 inches diameter
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Anti death penalty lapel button with quote from Eugene Debbs: "Why do we kill people who kill people to show that killing people is wrong?", [1970]

  • Box 2
1.5 inches diameter
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Blue lapel button with white text reading "Stanley Arnold Vice President"; from a letter to Elam from "Citizens for Stanley Arnold", 1972

  • Box 2
1.5 inches diameter
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Yellow lapel button with a drawing of the White House and black text reading "Take the Chisholm trail to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.", 1972

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1.5 inches diameter
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Blue lapel button with white text reading "Stanley Arnold Vice President", 1972

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1.5 inches diameter
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White lapel button with two blue stars and the name "Humphrey", 1972

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1.25 inches diameter
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Red, white and blue lapel button reading "Humphrey, The People's Democrat", 1972

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1.25 inches diameter
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Blue lapel button with white text reading "Jackson for President 1972", 1972

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1.5 inches diameter
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White lapel button with blue text reading "$6500 Now! NWRO", 1972

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2.5 inches diameter
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White lapel button with blue text reading "$6500 Now! NWRO", 1972

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2.5 inches diameter
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Blue and white lapel button reading "McGovern Shriver", 1972

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1.25 inches diameter
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Blue and white lapel button reading "McGovern Shriver", 1972

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1.25 inches diameter
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Blue and white lapel button reading "McGovern Shriver", 1972

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1.25 inches diameter
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White lapel button with red and blue text reading "McGovern Together We Win Lucey", 1972

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2.25 inches diameter
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Rectangular blue lapel pin with white text reading "McGovern", 1972

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1 inch by 1 inch
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Rectangular blue lapel pin with white text reading "McGovern", 1972

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1 inch by 1 inch
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Orange lapel button with white text reading "McGovern"; the "o" in "McGovern" is a female symbol with an equals sign inside, 1972

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1.25 inches diameter
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Orange lapel button with white text reading "McGovern"; the "o" in "McGovern" is a female symbol with an equals sign inside, 1972

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1.25 inches diameter
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Orange lapel button with white text reading "McGovern"; the "o" in "McGovern" is a female symbol with an equals sign inside, 1972

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1.25 inches diameter
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Orange lapel button with white text reading "McGovern"; the "o" in "McGovern" is a female symbol with an equals sign inside, 1972

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1.25 inches diameter
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Orange lapel button with white text reading "McGovern"; the "o" in "McGovern" is a female symbol with an equals sign inside, 1972

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1.25 inches diameter
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Burgundy lapel button with white text reading "McGovern", 1972

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1.25 inches diameter
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Burgundy lapel button with white text reading "McGovern", 1972

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1.25 inches diameter
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Burgundy lapel button with white text reading "McGovern", 1972

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1.25 inches diameter
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Blue lapel button with white text reading "McGovern Shriver '72", 1972

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1.5 inches diameter
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Yellow lapel button with a picture of McGovern and black text reading "George McGovern 1972", 1972

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1 inch diameter
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White lapel button with a green profile of a man's head; the text reads "Vote for the man who will keep faith with you! McGovern President", 1972

  • Box 2
1 inch diameter
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Blue and white lapel button reading "McGovern Shriver", 1972

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1.25 inches diameter
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Blue lapel button with white text reading "McGovern Shriver '72", 1972

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1.5 inches diameter
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Blue lapel button with white text reading "McGovern Shriver '72", 1972

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1.5 inches diameter
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Blue lapel button with white text reading "McGovern Shriver '72", 1972

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1.5 inches diameter
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Blue lapel button with white text reading "McGovern Shriver '72", 1972

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1.5 inches diameter
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Blue lapel button with white text reading "McGovern Shriver '72", 1972

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1.5 inches diameter
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Blue lapel button with white text reading "McGovern Shriver '72", 1972

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1.5 inches diameter
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Orange lapel button with yellow text reading "McGovern"; the "o" in "McGovern" is a female symbol with an equals sign inside, 1972

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1.5 inches diameter
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Orange lapel button with yellow text reading "McGovern"; the "o" in "McGovern" is a female symbol with an equals sign inside, 1972

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1.5 inches diameter
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Orange lapel button with yellow text reading "McGovern"; the "o" in "McGovern" is a female symbol with an equals sign inside, 1972

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1.5 inches diameter
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Orange lapel button with yellow text reading "McGovern"; the "o" in "McGovern" is a female symbol with an equals sign inside, 1972

  • Box 2
1.5 inches diameter
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Red lapel button with white text reading "McGovern", 1972

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1.5 inches diameter
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Red lapel button with white text reading "McGovern", 1972

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1.5 inches diameter
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Blue lapel button with peace sign banner and white text reading "McGovern", 1972

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1.5 inches diameter
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Blue lapel button with peace sign banner and white text reading "McGovern", 1972

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1.5 inches diameter
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White lapel button with red smiley face and red text reading "McGovern", 1972

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1.5 inches diameter
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Blue lapel button with white cloverleaf design and blue text reading "Think about the children: McGovern '72", 1972

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1 inch diameter
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Blue lapel button with white cloverleaf design and blue text reading "Think about the Children: McGovern '72", 1972

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1 inch diameter
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White lapel button with blue picture of McGovern and blue text reading "We Love McGov", 1972

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1.25 inches diameter
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White lapel button with dark blue text reading "McGovern"; in a different font than items 48-52, 1972

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1.5 inches diameter
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White lapel button with dark blue text reading "McGovern", 1972

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White lapel button with dark blue text reading "McGovern", 1972

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White lapel button with dark blue text reading "McGovern", 1972

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White lapel button with dark blue text reading "McGovern", 1972

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White lapel button with dark blue text reading "McGovern", 1972

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1.5 inches diameter
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Blue lapel button with lighter blue text reading "18/21 McGovern My First Vote", 1972

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1.5 inches diameter
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Blue lapel button with white text reading "McGovern President '72", 1972

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Blue lapel button with white text reading "McGovern President '72", 1972

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Dark blue lapel button with white text reading "McGovern"; in a different font than item 59 and items 62-79, 1972

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Blue lapel button with white text reading "McGovern President '72", 1972

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Blue lapel button with white text reading "McGovern President '72", 1972

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Dark blue lapel button with white text reading "McGovern", 1972

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Black lapel button with green background design and green text reading "McGov", 1972

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1.5 inches diameter
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Light blue lapel button with blue drawing of the White House and blue text reading "McGovernment", 1972

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1.5 inches diameter
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Dark blue lapel button with white text reading "McGovern", 1972

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1.25 inches diameter
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Dark blue lapel button with white text reading "McGovern", 1972

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Dark blue lapel button with white text reading "McGovern", 1972

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Dark blue lapel button with white text reading "McGovern", 1972

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Dark blue lapel button with white text reading "McGovern", 1972

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Dark blue lapel button with white text reading "McGovern", 1972

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Dark blue lapel button with white text reading "McGovern", 1972

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Dark blue lapel button with white text reading "McGovern", 1972

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Dark blue lapel button with white text reading "McGovern", 1972

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Dark blue lapel button with white text reading "McGovern", 1972

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Dark blue lapel button with white text reading "McGovern", 1972

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Dark blue lapel button with white text reading "McGovern", 1972

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Dark blue lapel button with white text reading "McGovern", 1972

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Dark blue lapel button with white text reading "McGovern", 1972

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Dark blue lapel button with white text reading "McGovern", 1972

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Dark blue lapel button with white text reading "McGovern", 1972

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Dark blue lapel button with white text reading "McGovern", 1972

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Dark blue lapel button with white text reading "McGovern", 1972

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Orange lapel button with yellow text reading "McGovern"; the "o" in "McGovern" is a female symbol with an equals sign inside, 1972

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1.5 inches diameter
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Orange lapel button with yellow text reading "McGovern"; the "o" in "McGovern" is a female symbol with an equals sign inside, 1972

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1.5 inches diameter
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Orange lapel button with yellow text reading "McGovern"; the "o" in "McGovern" is a female symbol with an equals sign inside, 1972

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1.5 inches diameter
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Orange lapel button with yellow text reading "McGovern"; the "o" in "McGovern" is a female symbol with an equals sign inside, 1972

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1.5 inches diameter
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Orange lapel button with yellow text reading "McGovern"; the "o" in "McGovern" is a female symbol with an equals sign inside, 1972

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1.5 inches diameter
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Orange lapel button with yellow text reading "McGovern"; the "o" in "McGovern" is a female symbol with an equals sign inside, 1972

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1.5 inches diameter
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Orange lapel button with yellow text reading "McGovern"; the "o" in "McGovern" is a female symbol with an equals sign inside, 1972

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1.5 inches diameter
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Orange lapel button with yellow text reading "McGovern"; the "o" in "McGovern" is a female symbol with an equals sign inside, 1972

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1.5 inches diameter
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Orange lapel button with yellow text reading "McGovern"; the "o" in "McGovern" is a female symbol with an equals sign inside, 1972

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1.5 inches diameter
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Delegate's key to the Flying Donkey Club; attached to 3.75" by 8.5" card; came with a letter from the Air Transport Association of America; see "Democratic National Convention, Correspondence", 1972, July 7

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1.25 inches by 2.5 inches
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White plastic bag from the 1972 Democratic National Convention, printed by the City of Miami Beach Tourist Development Authority; features the image of a smiling sun in sunglasses; text reads "Thanks for coming Democratic National Convention 1972"; a sticker in the upper right-hand corner reads "1972 Democratic National Convention, Miami Beach" and features the image of an eagle, 1972, July 10-13

  • Box 2
14 inches by 19 inches
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White lapel button with the letters "WWW" in a blue circle; from the "Win With Women" project of the National Women's Political Caucus, 1974

  • Box 2
2.25 inches diameter
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Green name tag from the Kentucky Women's Political Caucus; in a plastic sleeve with metal pin; blue text reads "KWPC Membership Card 1974"; includes Elam's signature, 1974

  • Box 2
2.25 inches by 3.5 inches
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White name tag with typed letters reading "Pam Elam, Kentucky Civil Liberties Union"; in a plastic sleeve with metal pin, [1975]

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2 inches by 3 inches
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Light blue name tag with typed letters reading "Pam Elam, Louisville"; in a plastic sleeve with metal pin; was attached to a letter from the Pro-ERA Alliance; see "Equal Rights Amendment, Correspondence", 1976, August 28

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2 inches by 3 inches
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Orange and black lapel button with yin-yang style pattern and the letters "ADH"; from the Alliance for Displaced Homemakers, [1977]

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1.75 inches diameter
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White lapel button with four red female symbols and blue text reading "Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition"; worn by Elam at a press conference; photocopy of newspaper article attached, 1978, January 26

  • Box 2
3.5 inches diameter
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Small, dark purple T-shirt with decorative white stitching and fuzzy white letters reading "Women's Center of Lexington", [1974-1976]

  • Box 3
34 inches by 26 inches
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Extra-large white T-shirt with dark blue International Women's Year symbol, 1975

  • Box 3
30 inches by 29 inches
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Extra-large orange T-shirt with black print; from the National Women's Conference in Houston; the front features a female symbol with a drawing of Kentucky inside; writing inside the symbol reads "Kentucky Women Support Houston IWY 1977"; writing outside reads "ERA, Reproductive Freedom, Sexual Preference, Child Care"; the back of the shirt features the International Women's Year symbol and the words "IWY 1977 is the Next Beginning"; see "International Women's Year, Conferences", 1977, November 18-21

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Faded black crepe-paper armband; worn at a protest of the recission of the Equal Rights Amendment ; see "Equal Rights Amendment, Clippings", 1978, March 18

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Faded black crepe-paper armband; worn at a protest of the recission of the Equal Rights Amendment ; see "Equal Rights Amendment, Clippings", 1978, March 18

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1.75 inches by 22 inches
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Synthetic, black lace veil with daisy-style pattern; worn at a protest of the recission of the Equal Rights Amendment; see "Equal Rights Amendment, Clippings", 1978, March 18

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Biographies

General

Biographies of Senator Thomas Francis Eagleton, Representative Elizabeth Holtzman, Pamela Elam, "Women Who Have Contributed to Kentucky History," and Sylvia Plath, [1972] - 1977

  • Box 4, Folder 10
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Bumper Stickers

General

Bumper stickers opposing the death penalty and supporting Shirley Chisholm, George McGovern, women's rights, and world peace, [1970] - 1972

  • Box 4, Folder 11
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Bumper stickers supporting Ann Ross, Thelma Stovall, Virginia Slade, and Bella Abzug, [1974] - 1978

  • Box 4, Folder 12
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Business Cards

General

Business cards of Allan F. Alsip, Ellen B. Ewing, Dee Huddleston, Lucille Place, Sylvia Roberts, and Arthur L. Schmidt, n. d.

  • Box 4, Folder 13
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Bylaws

General

Bylaws of the Women's Political Caucus of Prince George's County, Maryland, n. d.

  • Box 4, Folder 14
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Catalogs

General

Catalogs from Specialties by Spalding, the White River Company, and the Women's Action Alliance, [1974] - 1975

  • Box 4, Folder 15
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Central Kentucky Women's Political Caucus

Bylaws

Two different copies of bylaws of the Central Kentucky Women's Political Caucus; one with notes naming officers, [1975]

  • Box 4, Folder 16
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Correspondence

Postcard announcing a meeting of the Central Kentucky Women's Political Caucus, 1975, April 14

  • Box 4, Folder 17
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Postcard from the Central Kentucky Women's Political Caucus, inviting the recipient to a party in honor of Congresswoman Elizabeth Holtzman, [1975, October 24]

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Letter from Judy Tipton to the Cental Kentucky Women's Political Caucus, regarding future meetings and the Equal Rights Amendment, 1976, February 14

  • Box 4, Folder 17
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Letter from Judy Tipton to members of the Central Kentucky Women's Political Caucus, regarding future meetings and issues to be discussed, 1976, May 28

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Letter from Evelyn Moreida Krislev, Chair of the Central Kentucky Women's Political Caucus, to "Member, Prospective Members, and Friends," regarding a legislative workshop, [1977, December]

  • Box 4, Folder 17
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Flyers

Flyers for two meetings and the Pro-ERA Alliance "Write to Your Legislator" month, 1975, February - December

  • Box 4, Folder 18
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Newsletters

Newsletters of the Central Kentucky Women's Political Caucus, from March 1975 to January 1976, 1975 - 1976

  • Box 4, Folder 19
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Charts

General

One strategy chart from the Midwest Academy, and one handwritten diagram of caucus structure, 1973

  • Box 4, Folder 20
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Clippings

Elizabeth Holtzman

Clippings concerning Representative Elizabeth Holtzman of New York, 1972 - 1975

  • Box 5, Folder 6
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General

Clippings concerning campus protests against the Vietnam war and the Kent State killings; includes the burning of the ROTC building at the University of Kentucky, 1970, May 6 - 8

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Clippings concerning women in politics (including Lois Morris, Gerta Bendl, and Barbara Castle); the sixth district special congressional election; divorce; the role of women in China; the Women's Education for Delegate Selection conference; abortion; and "sisterhood", 1971, July - 1972, February

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Clippings concerning job bias; contraception; the "Dundee Bill"; the Angela Davis murder/conspiracy trial; women working at the WBKY radio station; the University of Kentucky's Commission for Institutional Planning; "Sissy" Farenthold and the Texas Democratic primary; the Virginia Slims women's poll; sex/age bias jurisdiction; the ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment; the Republican and Democratic platforms on women's rights; women's athletics; Democratic campaign funding; the Naval Academy's ban on women; and a "children's march for survival", 1972, March - December

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Clippings concerning abortion law; the National Women's Political Caucus convention in Houston; reporter Cassie Mackin; Gloria Steinem; women and money; and Shirley MacLaine's visit to China, 1973, January - June

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Clippings concerning the recission of the Equal Rights Amendment; "Sissy" Farenthold and Texas politics; mothers signing for driver's permits for their children; the need for women in politics; Kentucky laws prohibiting discrimination against women; abortion; new laws in 1974; the oppression of women; women in the third world; Thelma Stovall's run for lieutenant governor; the Black Symposium at the University of Kentucky; and discrimination against women by insurance companies, 1974, January - November

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Clippings concerning married women using their maiden names; a summary of Supreme Court actions; the nomination of Carla Anderson Hills as Secretary of Housing and Urban Development; the hiring of female faculty at the University of Kentucky; a documentary about Shirley MacLaine's visit to China; Thelma Stovall's win as lieutenant governor; rape and rape legislation; Title IX at the University of Kentucky; female-themed television programs; "Women's Agenda Day"; and the hiring of a conservative man to New Hampshire's Commission on the Status of Women, 1975 - 1976

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Clippings concerning feminism in Louisville; Bella Abzug; Midge Costanza; women's activism; issues facing the 1978 legislature; the state budget; anti-abortion measures; the recission of the Equal Rights Amendment; Rural American Women, Inc.; Thelma Stovall's run for governor; and miscellaneous undated clippings, 1977 - 1978

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Clippings concerning the murder trial of Joan(ne) Little, 1975, April - August

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Committees

General

Suggested appointments to the task groups of the University Commission on Institutional Planning, 1972, August

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Conferences

General

Conference materials from the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People; various law schools; the International Association of Commissions on the Status of Women; the University of Chicago Center for Continuing Education; the Department of State; Rural American Women, Inc.; the National Association of Social Workers; the National Conference on Alternative State and Local Public Policies; and Cleveland Women Working, 1972 - 1978

  • Box 5, Folder 9
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Constitutions

General

Constitutions of Kentucky, the Indiana Women's Political Caucus, and the University of Kentucky student government, 1971

  • Box 6, Folder 1
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Correspondence

General

Letter from Jerry T. Booher to Ashland Community College students, recommending the University of Kentucky, 1969, October 28

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Letter from Governor Louie B. Nunn to college students, regarding violent protests; 2 copies, 1970, August 31

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Blank greeting card with quote from Eugene Debbs: "While there is a lower class I am in it, while there is a criminal element I am of it, and while there is a soul in prison I am not free", [1970]

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Letter from John N. Erlenborn and Romano L. Mazzoli, Members of Congress, to colleagues, regarding H.R. 9247 and H.R.1746, 1971, July 16

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Letter from Bella S. Abzug, Shirley Chisholm, and Patsy T. Mink, Members of Congress, to "Friend," regarding H. R. 9247 and H. R. 1746, [1971]

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Letter from the Problem Pregnancy and Abortion Counseling Project to "Friend," regarding Kentucky abortion law; includes 3 attatchments, 1972, February 6

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Letter from "Zero Population Growth" regarding Kentucky abortion law, 1972, February 14

  • Box 6, Folder 2
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Letter from Bella S. Abzug to "Concerned Woman," regarding the Women's Roundtable on Delegate Selection, 1972, April 1

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Letter from Shirley Chisholm to "Friend," regarding the Medical Committee for Human Rights, 1972, April 27

  • Box 6, Folder 2
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Letter from Liz Cohen to "Chisholm Supporter"; includes petition forms to nominate Chisholm at the Democratic Convention; 2 copies, 1972, June 9

  • Box 6, Folder 2
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Letter from Patricia A. King (for J. Stanley Pottinger of the Office for Civil Rights) to Senator John Sherman Cooper, regarding a compliance review of the University of Kentucky, 1972, September 1

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Letter from Virgene M. Ficken to "Friend," regarding contributions to the Committee for Marjorie Herbert for School Board, 1972, November 23

  • Box 6, Folder 2
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Letter from Frances Tarlton "Sissy" Farenthold to "Fellow Texan," regarding her campaign for Governor; includes 1 attachment, 1974, March 1

  • Box 6, Folder 2
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Memorandum from the Interim Committee on Elections and Constitutional Amendments to "Public Interest Groups in Kentucky," regarding constitutional amendments, 1974, October 15

  • Box 6, Folder 2
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Letter from Thelma Stovall to "Friend," regarding her campaign for Lieutenant Governor, 1975, April 10

  • Box 6, Folder 3
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Letter from Bella S. Abzug, Member of Congress, to "Friend," regarding the National Center for the Prevention and Control of Rape; 2 copies, 1975, August 15

  • Box 6, Folder 3
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Letter to the Editor of the Kentucky Kernel, from Pam Elam, Rebecca Westerfield, Sarah Weyler, and Assistant Professor Carolyn S. Bratt, endorsing the re-election of Pamela Miller, 1975, October 26

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Letter from Catherine Samuels, Director of the National Women's Agenda Project, to "Friend," regarding Agenda Day, 1975, December 4

  • Box 6, Folder 3
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Memorandum from the Louisville and Jefferson County Human Relations Commission regarding the Gilbert Legislation, [1977]

  • Box 6, Folder 3
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Form letter from Gloria Steinem to Elam, regarding the Ms. Foundation for Women, 1978, January 20

  • Box 6, Folder 3
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Letter from Betsy B. Nowland, Executive Director of the Lexington YWCA, to Senators and Representatives of the Kentucky Legislature, regarding the development of shelters for battered women; 2 copies, 1978, March 8

  • Box 6, Folder 3
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Letter from Jane R. Threatt, President of Rural American Women, Inc., to Elam, requesting her involvement in the organization; includes a program plan and a questionnaire, 1978, April 20

  • Box 6, Folder 3
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Letter from Carole Morse, Project Director of the YWCA Spouse Abuse Center, to Elam, regarding offensive billboards in Jefferson County, [1978, Spring]

  • Box 6, Folder 3
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Unaddressed postcards or flyers from the Janice Blythe Campaign Fund, endorsing Blythe for County Commissioner; 3 copies, n. d.

  • Box 6, Folder 3
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Letter from Louise Taylor of the Kentucky Religious Coalition for Abortion Rights, to "Pro-Choice Friends," regarding H. B. 6075; 2 copies, n. d.

  • Box 6, Folder 3
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Form letter from Zelma K. Underdue of the University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service, regarding enclosed material "of interest"; the material is missing, n. d.

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Letter from Ruth J. Abram of the Women's Action Alliance, Inc., to "Reader," regarding the publication Women's Agenda; 2 copies; includes 1 reply envelope with subscription card, n. d.

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Letter from Ellen Sweet to "Women's Agenda Subscriber," regarding subscription renewal, n. d.

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Letter from Helen Gahagan Douglas to "Friend," regarding Women's Lobby, Inc.; includes reply envelope, n. d.

  • Box 6, Folder 3
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Personal

Letter from Susan S. Vaupel to Elam, welcoming her to the University of Kentucky, 1970, Spring

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Handwritten letter from Janie Manies, Crawford Junior High School student, to Elam, regarding her visit to the school, 1972, March 6

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Handwritten letter from Joe Sullivan, Crawford Junior High School student, to Elam, regarding her visit to the school, 1972, March 6

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Handwritten letter from Ricky Wells, Crawford Junior High School student, to Elam, regarding her visit to the school, 1972, March 6

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Handwritten letter from Mindy Lawrence, Crawford Junior High School student, to Elam, regarding her visit to the school, 1972, March 7

  • Box 6, Folder 4
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Handwritten letter from Joyce Reynolds, Crawford Junior High School student, to Elam, regarding her visit to the school, 1972, March 7

  • Box 6, Folder 4
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Handwritten letter from Chris Juett, Crawford Junior High School student, to Elam, regarding her visit to the school, 1972 [March 6 - 7]

  • Box 6, Folder 4
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Handwritten letter from Shirley McDowell, Crawford Junior High School student, to Elam, regarding her visit to the school, 1972 [March 6 - 7]

  • Box 6, Folder 4
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Handwritten letter from Charles Miller, Crawford Junior High School student, to Elam, regarding her visit to the school, 1972 [March 6 - 7]

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Handwritten letter from Brenda Morgan, Crawford Junior High School student, to Elam, regarding her visit to the school, 1972 [March 6 - 7]

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Handwritten letter from Cheryl Reid, Crawford Junior High School student, to Elam, regarding her visit to the school, 1972 [March 6 - 7]

  • Box 6, Folder 4
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Handwritten letter from Gayle Sharp, Crawford Junior High School student, to Elam, regarding her visit to the school, 1972 [March 6 - 7]

  • Box 6, Folder 4
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Handwritten letter from Beth York, Crawford Junior High School student, to Elam, regarding her visit to the school, 1972 [March 6 - 7]

  • Box 6, Folder 4
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Handwritten letter from "Debby" to Elam, regarding various personal and feminist matters, 1972, June 5

  • Box 6, Folder 4
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Handwritten letter from "Debby" to Elam, regarding the passage of the Equal Rights Amendment, the Democratic National Convention, and other issues, 1972, June 19

  • Box 6, Folder 4
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Letter from Elam to "Debby," regarding a National Women's Political Caucus Policy Council meeting, the passage of the Equal Rights Amendment, the Women's Studies program at the University of Kentucky, the Democratic National Convention, the Council on Women's Concerns, and personal matters, 1972, June 30

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Letter from Karen Beckwith to Elam, regarding personal matters, 1972, July 8

  • Box 6, Folder 4
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Handwritten letter from "Debby" to Elam, regarding abortion, McGovern, and personal matters, 1972, July 22

  • Box 6, Folder 4
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Letter from Representative Charles R. Holsbrook to Elam regarding the Equal Rights Amendment, 1972, July 28

  • Box 6, Folder 4
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Handwritten letter from Rebecca Westerfield to Elam and Nancy Ray, regarding the Kentucky and National Women's Political Caucuses, as well as personal matters, 1972, August 15

  • Box 6, Folder 4
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Handwritten letter from Rebecca Westerfield to Elam, regarding the Kentucky Women's Political Caucus convention, the feminist movement in general, and personal matters, 1972, October 12

  • Box 6, Folder 4
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Handwritten card from "Evelyn J." to Pat and Pam Elam, thanking them for their evaluation of a junior-high speech program, 1972, November 7

  • Box 6, Folder 4
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Handwritten letter from Rebecca Westerfield to Elam, regarding various personal and feminist matters, 1972, November 7

  • Box 6, Folder 4
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Christmas card from the Carroll family to Elam, 1972, December 19

  • Box 6, Folder 4
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Handwritten letter from Bettie Weyler to Elam, regarding teacher salaries; includes a press release from the Education News Service, [1972]

  • Box 6, Folder 4
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Handwritten card from Marjorie Herbert to Elam, thanking her for her help in the campaign for school board, [1972] November 11

  • Box 6, Folder 4
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Handwritten card from Gail Cohee to Elam, regarding personal matters, 1973, April 18

  • Box 6, Folder 5
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Letter from Ann C. Fremd to Elam, regarding Fremd's campaign for State Senator; includes 2 business cards, 1973, April 27

  • Box 6, Folder 5
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Handwritten postcard from Rebecca Westerfield to Elam, asking her to contact Dolores Delahanty, 1973, June 2

  • Box 6, Folder 5
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Handwritten letter from Gail Cohee to Elam, regarding various personal and feminist matters, 1973, June 10

  • Box 6, Folder 5
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Handwritten letter from "Patti" to Elam, regarding various personal and feminist matters, 1973, June 24

  • Box 6, Folder 5
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Handwritten card from Gail Cohee to Elam, regarding the Lexington Women's Political Caucus and various personal and feminist issues, 1973, July 16

  • Box 6, Folder 5
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Handwritten letter from Gail Cohee to Elam, regarding various personal and feminist matters, 1973, July 24

  • Box 6, Folder 5
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Holiday card from Governor and Mrs. Wendell H. Ford to Elam, 1973, December 13

  • Box 6, Folder 5
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Handwritten Christmas card from Gail Cohee to Elam, 1973, December 14

  • Box 6, Folder 5
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Christmas card from the Carroll family to Elam, 1973, December 20

  • Box 6, Folder 5
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Letter from Joe Graves to Elam, regarding his vote against S.R. 9 (the Right to Life Amendment), 1974, January 22

  • Box 6, Folder 5
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Handwritten letter from Carol Kelley to Elam, congratulating her on her accomplishments, 1974, February 7

  • Box 6, Folder 5
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Letter from Representative Charles R. Holbrook to Elam, regarding H. B. 368, 1974, March 5

  • Box 6, Folder 5
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Letter from Martha Layne Collins to Elam, thanking her for her contributions to the Kentucky Commission on Women and apologizing for being unable to attend a meeting, 1974, March 27

  • Box 6, Folder 5
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Letter from Governor Wendell H. Ford to Elam, requesting her continued support in his campaign for Senator, 1974, June 15

  • Box 6, Folder 6
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Handwritten letter from Josie Donovan to Elam, regarding various personal and feminist matters, 1974, September 6

  • Box 6, Folder 6
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Letter from Ann Ross to Elam, thanking her for her interest in Ross' campaign for the Board of Education, 1974, September 26

  • Box 6, Folder 6
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Handwritten letter from Josie Donovan to Elam, regarding a Women's Center meeting and various personal and feminist matters, 1974, October 31

  • Box 6, Folder 6
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Letter from Ann Ross to Elam, thanking her for her help with Ross' campaign for the Board of Education, 1974, November

  • Box 6, Folder 6
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Christmas card from Governor and Mrs. Wendell H. Ford to Elam, 1974, December 13

  • Box 6, Folder 6
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Christmas card from the Carroll family to Elam, 1974, December 19

  • Box 6, Folder 6
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Handwritten letter from Leslie Major to Elam, regarding various personal and feminist issues, 1975, January 14

  • Box 6, Folder 6
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Handwritten card from Josie Donovan to Elam, thanking her for a feminist bracelet, 1975, March 12

  • Box 6, Folder 6
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Letter from Senator Walter D. Huddleston to Elam, regarding the Bartlett amendment to S. B. 66; includes a newspaper article, "Men Vote, Women Die", 1975, March 28

  • Box 6, Folder 6
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Letter from Senator Wendell H. Ford to Elam, regarding the Bartlett Amendment to S. B. 66, 1975, April 21

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Letter from Elam to Thelma Stovall, offering to assist in Stovall's campaign for Lieutenant Governor; includes a newspaper article, "Rutherford Outspends His Opponents", 1975, April 29

  • Box 6, Folder 6
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Handwritten letter from Josie Donovan to Elam, regarding the National Women's Political Caucus convention and various personal matters, 1975, June 1

  • Box 6, Folder 6
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Handwritten postcard from Josie Donovan to Elam, regarding personal matters, 1975, June 27

  • Box 6, Folder 6
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Handwritten letter from Leslie Major to Elam, regarding various personal and feminist matters, 1975, August 2

  • Box 6, Folder 7
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Handwritten card from Josie Donovan to Elam, regarding International Women's Year, the Equal Rights Amendment, and various other personal and feminist matters, 1975, August 19

  • Box 6, Folder 7
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Handwritten draft of a letter from Elam to Bertram S. Brown, Director of the National Institute of Mental Health, regarding the National Center for the Prevention and Control of Rape, 1975, August 22

  • Box 6, Folder 7
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Letter from Elizabeth S. Kutzke to Elam, regarding the National Center for the Prevention and Control of Rape; includes a copy of P.L. 94-63, 1975, August 29

  • Box 6, Folder 7
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Handwritten card from Sharon O'Hara to Elam, regarding various personal and feminist matters, 1975, September 23

  • Box 6, Folder 7
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Handwritten letter from "Carolyn" (Bratt?) to Elam, thanking her for a McGovern campaign button, 1975, September 29

  • Box 6, Folder 7
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Handwritten letter from Leslie Major to Elam, regarding the convention of the National Organization for Women, 1975, October 14

  • Box 6, Folder 7
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Handwritten letter from Josie Donovan to Elam, regarding various personal and feminist matters, 1975, October 15

  • Box 6, Folder 7
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Handwritten letter from Pam Miller to Elam, containing suggestions for a letter to the editor, 1975, October 21

  • Box 6, Folder 7
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Handwritten letter from Ellen Ewing to Elam, regarding petitions from a conference, 1975, October 28

  • Box 6, Folder 7
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Handwritten letter from Ellen Wertheimer to Elam; related material is filed under "National Women's Agenda Coalition, Organizational Packets", 1975 [Early December]

  • Box 6, Folder 7
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Handwritten Christmas card from Sharon O'Hara to Elam, 1975, December 7

  • Box 6, Folder 7
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Handwritten holiday card from Josie Donovan to Elam, 1975, December 10

  • Box 6, Folder 7
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Christmas card from Senator and Mrs. Wendell H. Ford to Elam, 1975, December 15

  • Box 6, Folder 7
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Christmas card from the Carroll family to Elam, 1975, December 17

  • Box 6, Folder 7
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Handwritten Christmas card from Anne Barrett Rhodenbaugh to Elam, 1975, December 18

  • Box 6, Folder 7
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Handwritten holiday card from Ragnhild R. Lunde to Elam; mentions International Women's Year and Elizabeth Holtzman, 1975, December

  • Box 6, Folder 7
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Handwritten letter from Leslie Major to Elam, regarding various personal and feminist matters, 1976, January 28

  • Box 6, Folder 7
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Handwritten letter from Josie Donovan to Elam, regarding various personal matters, 1976, March 24

  • Box 6, Folder 7
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Handwritten letter from Josie Donovan to Elam, regarding various personal and feminist matters; includes a clipping from the Portsmouth Herald, "Commission Probe Asked", 1976, April 21

  • Box 6, Folder 7
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Handwritten postcard from Patsy Sloan to Pam and Pat Elam, thanking them for a campaign contribution, 1977, April 3

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Handwritten card from "Lucy" to Elam, thanking her for her role in the International Women's Year conference, 1977, June 14

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Handwritten card from Maddie Reno to Elam, thanking her for her role in the International Women's Year conference, 1977 [June 22]

  • Box 6, Folder 8
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Handwritten card from Sylvia Watson to Elam, regarding Watson's position on abortion, and Elam's contributions to Watson's campaign, 1977, July 21

  • Box 6, Folder 8
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Handwritten postcard from Patsy Sloan to Elam, thanking her for her contribution to Sloan's campaign, 1977, September 16

  • Box 6, Folder 8
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Letter from Joe Graves to Elam, thanking her for her contribution to his campaign for Mayor, 1977, September 20

  • Box 6, Folder 8
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Letter from Linda Ritter to Elam, regarding personal matters, 1977, December 21

  • Box 6, Folder 8
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Letter from Thelma L. Stovall to Elam, inviting her to the kick-off of Stovall's campaign for Governor, 1978, August 1

  • Box 6, Folder 8
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Handwritten draft of a letter from Elam to Thelma Stovall, offering a campaign contribution and other support, 1978, August 2

  • Box 6, Folder 8
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Letter from Thelma L. Stovall to Elam, thanking her for a campaign contribution, 1978, August 7

  • Box 6, Folder 8
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Christmas card from the Carroll family to Elam, 1978 [December 15]

  • Box 6, Folder 8
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Christmas card from the Carroll family to Elam, n. d.

  • Box 6, Folder 8
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Christmas card from the Carroll family to Elam, n. d.

  • Box 6, Folder 8
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Handwritten Christmas card and note from Josie Donovan to Elam, n. d.

  • Box 6, Folder 8
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Holiday card from Senator and Mrs. Wendell Ford to Elam, n. d.

  • Box 6, Folder 8
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Handwritten letter from Leslie Major to Elam, regarding a conference, n. d.

  • Box 6, Folder 8
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Handwritten letter from "Clara O." to Elam, thanking her for her leadership, n. d.

  • Box 6, Folder 8
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Handwritten letter from Ann Ross to Elam, thanking her for a contribution to Ross' campaign for Council-at-Large, n. d.

  • Box 6, Folder 8
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Holiday card from Raymond and Thelma Stovall to Elam, n. d.

  • Box 6, Folder 8
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Democratic National Convention

Agendas

Agendas for county or legislative district conventions, the Women's Education for Delegate Selection workshop, a Democratic women delegates meeting, and the Democratic National Convention in Miami, 1968 - 1972

  • Box 7, Folder 1
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Binders

Two binders: one from the 1972 delegate meeting in Frankfort, and one from the National Convention in Miami, [1972]

  • Box 7, Folder 2
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Biographies

Two different biographies of Terry Sanford, [1972]

  • Box 7, Folder 3
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Books

Two books by Terry Sanford: "But What About the People?" and "Storm over the States"; each book is accompanied by a letter, 1966 - 1967

  • Box 7, Folder 4
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Bylaws

Laws of the Democratic Party of Kentucky, [1972]

  • Box 7, Folder 5
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Calendars

Undated calendar of Democratic Party activities, n. d.

  • Box 7, Folder 6
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Charts

Various charts related to the Democratic National Convention, [1972]

  • Box 7, Folder 7
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Checklists

Three checklists; one is partially completed by Elam, 1972, April - June

  • Box 7, Folder 8
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Clippings

Clippings concerning the Democratic National Convention, 1972, April 30 - June 6

  • Box 7, Folder 9
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Clippings concerning the Democratic National Convention, 1972, June 15 - July 11

  • Box 8, Folder 1
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Clippings concerning the Democratic National Convention, 1972, July 13

  • Box 8, Folder 2
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Clippings concerning the Democratic National Convention, 1972, July 14

  • Box 8, Folder 3
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Clippings concerning the Democratic National Convention, 1972, August 27 - 1974, June 13

  • Box 8, Folder 4
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Correspondence

Letter from J.R. Miller to "Democratic Chairman," regarding a Democratic State Convention in Louisville, 1968, June 15

  • Box 8, Folder 5
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Letter from Donald M. Fraser to Lawrence F. O'Brien, regarding a question raised by the National Women's Political Caucus; 3 copies, 1971, November 29

  • Box 8, Folder 5
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Memorandum from Lawrence F. O'Brien to various Democratic leaders, regarding Donald M. Fraser's letter of November 19; 2 copies, 1971, December 8

  • Box 8, Folder 5
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Letter from Hubert H. Humphrey to "Friend," regarding Humphrey's campaign for the Democratic nomination for President, 1972, March 8

  • Box 8, Folder 5
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Call for Democratic Legislative District Conventions to be held in the (blank) Legislative District of Kentucky, 1972 [March]

  • Box 8, Folder 5
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Memo from Ed Winterberg to local coordinators, regarding objectives for local conventions, 1972, April 29

  • Box 8, Folder 5
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Letter from Governor Wendell Ford to "Delegate," regarding the State Convention; includes a correction to the Supplementary Call for the Congressional District Convention, 1972, May 26

  • Box 8, Folder 5
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Letter from Caroline Krebs to "McGovern Delegate," regarding the schedule for statewide McGovern caucuses; includes 19 index cards and 1 1/2 sheets of notebook paper with notes in Elam's handwriting, 1972, May 26

  • Box 8, Folder 5
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Letter from Frank J. Bona regarding his campaign for the Democratic nomination for President; includes an 8-page summary of his views and a small flyer with his picture, 1972, May 29

  • Box 8, Folder 5
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Letter from Eric S. Tachau to Thomas C. Carroll, regarding the recommendations of a special committee appointed to investigate election protests, 1972, May 29

  • Box 8, Folder 5
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Letter from Eric S. Tachau to McGovern County Leaders of contested elections, regarding the recommendations of a special committee appointed to investigate election protests, 1972, May 29

  • Box 8, Folder 5
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Letter from Eric S. Tachau to McGovern County Leaders of contested elections, regarding the recommendations of a special committee appointed to investigate election protests; includes copies of two letters from Tachau to Thomas Carroll, 1972, May 29

  • Box 8, Folder 5
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Letter form Eric S. Tachau to J.R. Miller, regarding the recommendations of a special committee appointed to investigate election protests; includes a copy of a letter from A. Wallace Grafton, Jr. to Tachau, 1972, May 29

  • Box 8, Folder 5
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Memo from Eric S. Tachau to district leaders, regarding the recommendations of a special committee appointed to investigate election protests, 1972,. May 30

  • Box 8, Folder 5
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Letter from James C. Hickey to J. R. Miller, regarding election protests; includes copies of 5 other letters, a table of the black population in Kentucky by county, and a list of county conventions for which no newspaper notices were published, 1972, May 31

  • Box 8, Folder 6
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Letter from James C. Hickey to J. R. Miller, regarding election protests; edited by Elam; includes copies of 5 other letters, a table of the black population in Kentucky by county, and a list of county conventions for which no newspaper notices were published, 1972, May 31

  • Box 8, Folder 6
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Letter from Norbert Blume (?) to Thomas C. Carroll, regarding the recommendations of a special committee appointed to investigate election protests, [1972, May]

  • Box 8, Folder 6
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Letter fron J.R. Miller to "Delegate," regarding recommended Democratic Party Rules, 1972, June 2

  • Box 8, Folder 6
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Memo from J.R. Miller to delegates and alternates to the Democratic National Convention, regarding transportation, housing, and food, 1972, June 6

  • Box 8, Folder 6
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Letter from Liz Cohen to "Chisholm Supporter," regarding the petition to nominate Shirley Chisholm as the Democratic Presidential candidate, 1972, June 9

  • Box 8, Folder 6
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Letter from Elam to Judy Smith, regarding Elam's convention expenses, 1972, June 13

  • Box 8, Folder 6
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Memo from Richard J. Murphy to State Arrangements Chairmen, regarding a Gala Luau for delegates and alternates, 1972, June 15

  • Box 8, Folder 6
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Letter from Terry Sanford to Elam, regarding his book "Storm Over the States"; the book is filed under "Democratic National Convention, Books", 1972, June 15

  • Box 8, Folder 6
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Letter from Cynthia Gardiner, regarding Terry Sanford's book "But What About the People"; the book is filed under "Democratic National Convention, Books", [1972, June 16 - July 9]

  • Box 8, Folder 6
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Letter from Elam to LaNelle Woods, regarding the petition to nominate Shirley Chisholm as the Democratic Presidential candidate; includes a copy of the petition signed by Woods, 1972, June 19

  • Box 8, Folder 6
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Memo from J.R. Miller to delegates and alternates, containing various announcements about the Democratic National Convention, 1972, June 20

  • Box 8, Folder 6
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Letter to Elam from Stanley Arnold, regarding his campaign for the Democratic party nomination for Vice-President; includes a petition, a campaign button, a binder, a biography, and a copy of Arnold's declaration of his candidacy, 1972, June 23

  • Box 9, Folder 1
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Memo from J.R. Miller to Democratic National Convention delegates and alternates, regarding the Gala Luau, 1972, June 26

  • Box 9, Folder 1
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Letter from Robert E.B. Allen to "Delegate/Alternate," regarding the activities planned by the Young Democratic Clubs of America; includes a census form and a return envelope, 1972, June 27

  • Box 9, Folder 1
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Letter from Robert H. Moxley to "Political Leader," regarding the platform proposals of the Chamber of Commerce; includes the pamphlet "The Voice of Business" and the booklet "National Policy and the Economic System", 1972, June 28

  • Box 9, Folder 1
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Memo from J.R. Miller to delegates and alternates to the Democratic National Convention, regarding an orientation briefing, 1972, June 28

  • Box 9, Folder 1
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Letter from Carroll L. Witten, M.D., to Elam, congratulating her on her selection as an alternate to the Democratic National Convention, 1972, June 29

  • Box 9, Folder 2
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Letter from John Hoving to delegates to the Democratic National Convention, regarding Terry Sanford's campaign for the Democratic nomination for President; includes excerpts from a speech delivered by Sanford, 1972, June 30

  • Box 9, Folder 2
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Letter from Horace R. Kornegay to "Delegate," regarding a hospitality room maintained by the Tobacco Institute, Inc., 1972, June 30

  • Box 9, Folder 2
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Letter from three members of the American Friends Service Committee, Inc., to "Delegate," regarding the "Automated Air War" slide show; includes an informational flyer, 1972, June 30

  • Box 9, Folder 2
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Letter from Roy Wilkins, Chairman of the Leadership Conference on Civil Rights, to "Delegate," regarding school desegregation and busing, 1972, June 30

  • Box 9, Folder 2
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Letter from the Florida Host Women's Activities Committee to "Delegate," regarding a fashion show and a luncheon; includes 2 different invitations and a response card, 1972, June

  • Box 9, Folder 2
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Letter from James C. Hickey to J.R. Miller, protesting the selection of delegates to the congressional and state conventions, [1972, June]

  • Box 9, Folder 2
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Letter from Robert Allen to delegates and alternates, regarding the first meeting of the Youth Caucus, 1972, July 2

  • Box 9, Folder 3
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Letter from William E. Humphries regarding a personal shopper at the Abercrombie and Fitch store, 1972, July 3

  • Box 9, Folder 3
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Letter from the New Chicago Delegation to "Delegate to the 1972 Democratic National Convention," regarding the Chicago credentials challenge; includes a booklet, 1972, July 3

  • Box 9, Folder 3
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Newsletter from the National Youth Caucus; 2 pages; includes a response card, 1972, July 4

  • Box 9, Folder 3
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Letter from Henry C. Mayer, Chairman of the Public Affairs Committee, to "Fellow Kentuckian," regarding Minority Report #7 and abortion law, 1972, July 7

  • Box 9, Folder 3
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Letter from S.G. Tipton to "Delegate," regarding membership in the Flying Donkey Club; the key to the club is filed under "Artifacts, General" in Box 2, 1972, July 7

  • Box 9, Folder 3
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Letter from the California Democratic Delegation to "Delegate," regarding election protests, 1972 [July]

  • Box 9, Folder 3
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Memo to Chisholm delegates regarding the 1972 Democratic platform and minority reports, [1972, July]

  • Box 9, Folder 3
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Memo to Chisholm delegates regarding the 1972 Democratic platform and minority reports; handwritten notes on first page, [1972, July]

  • Box 9, Folder 3
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Letter from Robert K. Bennett, Mayor of Frankfort, welcoming the recipient to his city, [1972]

  • Box 9, Folder 3
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Letter from Governor Wendell Ford to "Democratic Convention Delegate," welcoming the delegate to Frankfort, [1972]

  • Box 9, Folder 3
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Letter from Dan Griese, President of the Franklin County Chamber of Commerce, to "Visitor," regarding historic sites in Frankfort, [1972]

  • Box 9, Folder 3
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Memo from Martha Layne Collins to persons interested in the delegate selection proposal; includes a copy of the proposal and two related newspaper clippings, 1974, January 31

  • Box 9, Folder 4
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Letter from William L. Sullivan and Martha Layne Collins to Robert S. Strauss, regarding the Kentucky State Plan for the 1974 Mid-Term Conference, [1974, January]

  • Box 9, Folder 4
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Memo from Martha Layne Collins to recipients of the delegate selection proposal; includes a copy of the adopted delegate selection procedures, 1974, February 15

  • Box 9, Folder 4
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Letter from William L. Sullivan and Martha Layne Collins to Robert S. Strauss, regarding the Kentucky State Plan for the 1974 Mid-Term Conference, [1974, February]

  • Box 9, Folder 4
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Letter from Robert S. Strauss to Elam, requesting a financial contribution to the Democratic National Committee; includes a pamphlet, reply card, and return envelope, 1974, April 8

  • Box 9, Folder 4
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Envelopes

Small manila envelope with Elam's name and hotel room number, 1972, July

  • Box 9, Folder 5
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Fact Sheets

Fact sheets concerning the California Challenge and other protests, 1972

  • Box 9, Folder 6
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Financial Records

Receipt and note regarding convention expenses, 1972, June

  • Box 9, Folder 7
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Flyers

Various flyers regarding convention events, candidates, and issues, 1972

  • Box 9, Folder 8
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Guidelines

Delegate selection procedures for eight states, media information for delegate selection workers, and reform guidelines, 1971 - [1972]

  • Box 9, Folder 9
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Guides

"Democrats in Convention 1972," from the Democratic National Committee, 1972

  • Box 10, Folder 1
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Day planner from Eastern Airlines and "Guide to Black Politics," from the Joint Center for Political Studies, 1972

  • Box 10, Folder 2
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Guides from National Airlines and Southern Bell, 1972

  • Box 10, Folder 3
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Invitations

Invitation to a Democratic telethon; invitiation to a suite at the Hotel Fontainebleau, 1972, July

  • Box 10, Folder 4
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Lists

List of delegates and six lists of people by congressional district, [1972]

  • Box 10, Folder 5
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Lists of people by congressional and legislative district; lists of delegates and unbalanced delegations, [1972]

  • Box 10, Folder 6
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Lyrics

"Stand and Be Counted," by Ruth Batchelor, n. d.

  • Box 10, Folder 7
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Mailing Lists

Two mailing lists, one with attached brochure "How to Become a Convention Delegate in Kentucky", [1972]

  • Box 10, Folder 8
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Maps

Maps of Kentucky congressional districts, Miami Beach, and American electoral votes, 1972

  • Box 10, Folder 9
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Meeting Minutes

Blank forms for minutes for Democratic county and legislative district conventions, 1968 - 1972

  • Box 10, Folder 10
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Newsletters

Newsletters from the following organizations: the Center for Political Reform, Citizens for Stanley Arnold, Floridians for Jackson, the Humphrey for President Committee, Peabody for Vice President, State Democratic Headquarters, and the Wallace Campaign, 1972 - 1973

  • Box 10, Folder 11
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Notes

Various notes concerning the Democratic National Convention, [1972]

  • Box 10, Folder 12
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Pamphlets

Pamphlets from the following organizations: Citizens for Jackson, the Democratic National Committee, Friends of Mike Gravel, Humphrey for President, Shirley Chisholm for President, and Southern Bell, [1971 - 1972]

  • Box 10, Folder 13
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Platforms

The 1972 Democratic Platform, "...for the people," and copies of the sections on women and the poor, 1972

  • Box 10, Folder 14
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Polls

Presidential Poll from New Woman magazine, 1972, June - July

  • Box 10, Folder 15
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Programs

Program for "A Salute to Women Candidates", 1972, July 12

  • Box 10, Folder 16
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Proposals

Proposals for affirmative action and the documentation of the representation of women, [1971 - 1973]

  • Box 10, Folder 17
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Publications, General

Publications from the Center for Political Reform, McAskill Publications, and the National Broadcasting Company, 1972

  • Box 11, Folder 1
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Four issues of Newsweek magazine, 1972

  • Box 11, Folder 2
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Two issues of Newsweek magazine and one issue of New York magazine, 1972

  • Box 11, Folder 3
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Three issues of Time magazine, one supplement, and one issue of U.S. News and World Report, 1972

  • Box 11, Folder 4
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Questionnaires

Questionnaire for women attending the 1972 Democratic Convention; completed by Elam, 1972

  • Box 11, Folder 5
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Reports

Report of the Commission on Rules of the Democratic National Committee, 1972, June 14

  • Box 11, Folder 6
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Reports of the Committee on Rules and the Credentials Committee of the Democratic National Committee, 1972, June 29 - July 7

  • Box 11, Folder 7
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Resolutions

Various resolutions concerning the Democratic National Convention, 1972

  • Box 11, Folder 8
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Roll Calls

Tally sheets of the votes for Presidential candidates at the 1972 Democratic National Convention, 1972

  • Box 11, Folder 9
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Rules

Various rules of the Democratic Party, 1962 - 1972

  • Box 11, Folder 10
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Speeches

Speeches delivered by George McGovern and Pam Elam, 1971 - [1972]

  • Box 11, Folder 11
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Statements

Statement in each report of the Credentials Committee of the Democratic National Committee, n. d.

  • Box 11, Folder 12
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Stickers

Campaign stickers for Humphrey and Jackson, [1972]

  • Box 11, Folder 13
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Talking Points

Talking points from George McGovern, Mike Gravel, and unidentified sources, [1972]

  • Box 11, Folder 14
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Tickets

Bus and breakfast tickets and a luggage tag from the Kentucky delegation, 1972, July 10 - 13

  • Box 11, Folder 15
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Directions

General

Directions to the Carpenters' house, n. d.

  • Box 12, Folder 1
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Directories

General

Directories of Lexington ZIP codes, Kentucky government, and University of Kentucky facilities, 1971 - 1974

  • Box 12, Folder 2
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Envelopes

General

Miscellaneous envelopes, 1972 - 1975

  • Box 12, Folder 3
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Miscellaneous envelopes, 1978

  • Box 12, Folder 4
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Equal Rights Amendment

Appendices

Examples of Kentucky ERA legislation; other ERA issues and effects; the "political question" of recision; the United States Constitution, [1975]

  • Box 12, Folder 5
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Clippings

Various clippings concerning the Equal Rights Amendment, 1972 - 1976

  • Box 12, Folder 6
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Various clippings concerning the Equal Rights Amendment, 1977, June 13 - 1978, March 17

  • Box 12, Folder 7
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Various clippings concerning the Equal Rights Amendment, 1978, March 18 - 21

  • Box 12, Folder 8
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Various clippings concerning the Equal Rights Amendment, 1978, March 22 - August 13

  • Box 12, Folder 9
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Conferences

Program for and information about an ERA Ratification Assembly sponsored by the National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs, 1977, October 11

  • Box 12, Folder 10
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Correspondence

Letter from Governor Wendell Ford to Elam, regarding his views on the Equal Rights Amendment, 1972, June 16

  • Box 12, Folder 11
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Handwritten draft of a letter from Elam to Marlow Cook and John Sherman Cooper of the United States Senate, [1972]

  • Box 12, Folder 11
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Letter from the Office of the Attorney General to Rebecca Westerfield of the Kentucky Women's Political Caucus, regarding the power to rescind the Equal Rights Amendment; 2 copies, 1973, August 13

  • Box 12, Folder 11
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Letter from Elam to "Equal Rights Amendment Supporter," regarding the newly formed Pro-ERA Alliance, 1975, September 28

  • Box 12, Folder 11
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Letter from Elam to "Representative," regarding a survey conducted by the Pro-ERA Alliance, 1975, November 21

  • Box 12, Folder 11
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Letter from Lynn Luallen of the Governor's Office to Pam and Pat Elam, responding to previous correspondence from the Elams, 1976, January 12

  • Box 12, Folder 11
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Letter from Elam to ERA supporters, regarding the rescission of the Equal Rights Amendment; 2 copies, 1976, February 24

  • Box 12, Folder 11
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Letter from the Pro-ERA Alliance Steering Committee to "Alliance Member," advocating the formation of a Pro-ERA Alliance in Indiana; a name tag originally attached to the letter is filed under "Artifacts" in box 2, 1976, August 28

  • Box 12, Folder 11
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Letter from the Pro-ERA Alliance Steering Committee to member organizations, regarding the ratification of the ERA in other states, and reqesting funds for Oklahoma, 1977, February 17

  • Box 12, Folder 11
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Letter from the Pro-ERA Alliance Steering Committee to "Pro-ERA Alliance Member," requesting membership dues, 1977, August 31

  • Box 12, Folder 11
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Letter from Lieutenant Governor Thelma Stovall to Elam, regarding a meeting with the Pro-ERA Alliance, 1977, September 15

  • Box 12, Folder 11
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Letter from Walter D. Huddleston to Elam, responding to previous correspondence from Elam, 1978, January 19

  • Box 12, Folder 12
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Handwritten draft of a mailgram from Pam and Pat Elam to Governor Julian Carroll, advocating support for the Equal Rights Amendment, 1978, February 28

  • Box 12, Folder 12
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Letter from Lilialyce Akers, Chair of the Pro-ERA Alliance, regarding a birthday party for Lieutenant Governor Thelma Stovall, 1978, March 20

  • Box 12, Folder 12
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Handwritten note from Louise Taylor to Elam, regarding the Association of Women Who Want to Be Women; includes a 2-page fact sheet from the organization, 1978, March 22

  • Box 12, Folder 12
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Letter from the Office of the Attorney General to Senator David Karem, responding to Karem's question as to the effect of Thelma Stovall's veto of H.J.Res. 20; 2 copies, 1978, March 29

  • Box 12, Folder 12
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Letter from Governor Julian Carroll to Elam, responding to previous correspondence from Elam; includes three newspaper articles, 1978, April 15

  • Box 12, Folder 12
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Form letter to "Legislator," advocating support for the Equal Rights Amendment; includes mailing list of the Jefferson County Delegation of the 1978 General Assembly, [1978]

  • Box 12, Folder 12
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Postcard urging support for H.J.Res. 638, [1978]

  • Box 12, Folder 12
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Letter from Liz Carpenter and Elly Peterson to "Friend," requesting a donation to ERAmerica; includes a small thank-you card, n. d.

  • Box 12, Folder 12
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Letter from the Pro-ERA Alliance and ERA-Indiana to "Alliance Member," requesting monetary contributions, n. d.

  • Box 12, Folder 12
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Statement from the Kentucky Women's Political Caucus, the Lexington Women's Political Caucus, and the University of Kentucky Council on Women's Concerns, to members of the Kentucky General Assembly, advocating support for the Equal Rights Amendment, n. d.

  • Box 12, Folder 12
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Fact Sheets

Fact sheet from the Citizens' Advisory Council on the Status of Women, 1970, August 28

  • Box 13, Folder 1
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Flyers

Flyers from the National Organization for Women and the Quixote Center, 1976 - 1978

  • Box 13, Folder 2
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Guidelines

Plan for legislative action on behalf of the Equal Rights Amendment, n. d.

  • Box 13, Folder 3
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Lists

Members of the Kentucky House and Senate, listed by district, [1976]

  • Box 13, Folder 4
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Mailing Lists

Members of the Kentucky General Assembly from the Seventh Congressional District, 1976, February 19

  • Box 13, Folder 5
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Miscellaneous

Small sign and folding paper fan with messages supporting the Equal Rights Amendment, n. d.

  • Box 13, Folder 6
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Newsletters

Newsletters from the Kentucky Commission on Women, the Kentucky Pro-ERA Alliance, and the Kentucky Women's Committee to Rescind the ERA, 1974 - 1978

  • Box 13, Folder 7
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Pamphlets

Pamphlets from ERAmerica and the Pro-ERA Alliance, [1975] - 1977

  • Box 13, Folder 8
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Petitions

Protest against the rescission of the Equal Rights Amendment, 1978, March 18

  • Box 13, Folder 9
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Press Releases

Two press releases: one announcing the support of the National Women's Party for the Equal Rights Amendment, and one announcing a protest of the ERA rescission, 1977 - [1978]

  • Box 13, Folder 10
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Proposals

Proposed by-laws for the Pro-ERA Alliance, 1976, May 2

  • Box 13, Folder 11
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Publications, General

Publications from the American Civil Liberties Union, the Citizens' Advisory Council on the Status of Women, and Common Cause, 1970 - [1975]

  • Box 13, Folder 12
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Publications, Legal

Various legal publications relating to the Equal Rights Amendment, 1970 - 1972

  • Box 13, Folder 13
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Various legal publications relating to the Equal Rights Amendment, [1972] - 1976

  • Box 13, Folder 14
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Roll Calls

Voting records of the Kentucky General Assembly, 1972 - 1976

  • Box 13, Folder 15
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Speeches

Speeches by Elam and Governor Wendell Ford, 1972 - 1978

  • Box 13, Folder 16
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Statements

Statements by Elam, Dr. Allie Corbin Hixson, the Kentucky Women's Political Caucus, the Lexington Women's Political Caucus, and the University of Kentucky Council on Women's Concerns, 1977 - [1978]

  • Box 13, Folder 17
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Stickers

Four stickers and a blank name tag featuring a female symbol with an equals sign in the middle, [1975]

  • Box 13, Folder 18
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Essays

General

Essays by Elam, Josephine Donovan, Robert Allen Sedler, and an unknown author, [1971]

  • Box 13, Folder 19
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Fact Sheets

General

Various fact sheets concerning women's issues and organizations, 1970 - 1978

  • Box 13, Folder 20
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Financial Records

General

Various receipts and canceled checks, 1972 - 1977

  • Box 13, Folder 21
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Flyers

General

Various flyers for political candidates, rallies, and women's issues, [1971] - 1975

  • Box 13, Folder 22
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Various flyers for political candidates and rallies, 1976 - [1978]

  • Box 13, Folder 23
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Guidelines

General

Guidelines for filing sex discrimination complaints, building an organization or coalition, and planning a public hearing, [1971] - 1976

  • Box 13, Folder 24
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Handbooks

General

Handbooks for citizens, tenants, and employed women, 1973 - 1975

  • Box 13, Folder 25
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International Women's Year

Biographies

Biographies of Ellen H. Johnson and "women who have contributed to Kentucky history", 1977, May - December

  • Box 14, Folder 1
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Calendars

Calendars of events and themes for International Women's Year, [1974] - 1975

  • Box 14, Folder 2
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Catalogs

Catalogs of products relating to International Women's Year, 1975

  • Box 14, Folder 3
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Clippings

Various newspaper clippings concerning International Women's Year, 1974, November - 1977, May

  • Box 14, Folder 4
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Various newspaper clippings concerning International Women's Year, 1977, June - 1978, January

  • Box 14, Folder 5
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Committee Assignments

Committee assignments for Kentucky IWY committees, 1977, February - November

  • Box 14, Folder 6
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Conferences

Conferences sponsored by the United Nations and the University of Kentucky College of Law, 1975, March - October

  • Box 14, Folder 7
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Agendas from Kentucky's observance of International Women's Year, 1977, June

  • Box 14, Folder 8
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Binders from Kentucky's observance of International Women's Year; filled with related materials, 1977, June

  • Box 14, Folder 9
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Committee assignments, essays, fact sheets, flyers, mailing lists, newsletters, notes, and resolutions from Kentucky's observance of International Women's Year, 1977, June

  • Box 14, Folder 10
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Resolutions, rules, sign-up sheets, and statements from Kentucky's observance of International Women's Year, 1977, June

  • Box 14, Folder 11
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Lists of workshops and descriptions of orientation sessions from Kentucky's observance of International Women's Year, 1977, June

  • Box 14, Folder 12
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Descriptions of workshops from Workshop Series I of Kentucky's observance of International Women's Year, 1977, June

  • Box 14, Folder 13
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Descriptions of workshops from Workshop Series II and III of Kentucky's observance of International Women's Year, 1977, June

  • Box 14, Folder 14
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Descriptions of workshops from Workshop Series IV of Kentucky's observance of International Women's Year, 1977, June

  • Box 14, Folder 15
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Materials from two assemblies sponsored by the Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs, Inc., 1977, August - October

  • Box 15, Folder 1
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Agendas, floor plan, mailing lists, newsletters, notes, and plan of action from the National Women's Conference in Houston, 1977, November

  • Box 15, Folder 2
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Rules, statements, and tally sheets from the National Women's Conference in Houston, 1977, November

  • Box 15, Folder 3
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Correspondence

Letter from Kaarina Valtasaari of the United Nations to Elam, responding to previous correspondence from Elam, 1974, November 22

  • Box 15, Folder 4
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Greeting card from the United States Center for IWY to Elam, 1974, December 18

  • Box 15, Folder 4
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Letter from the United States Center for IWY, requesting a monetary contribution, [1974 - 1975]

  • Box 15, Folder 4
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Postcard from M. B. Montgomery to Elam, regarding IWY Committee business, 1975, March

  • Box 15, Folder 4
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Letter from Elam to Kaarina Valtasaari of the United Nations, requesting information for Lexington's celebration of International Women's Year, 1975, April 8

  • Box 15, Folder 4
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Note from Carrol Smith to Elam, regarding attached material from the United States Center for IWY, 1975 [April 23]

  • Box 15, Folder 4
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Form letter regarding the attached history of the International Women's Year Committee of Lexington-Fayette County, 1975, April 29

  • Box 15, Folder 4
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Draft of letter from Elam to "Friend," requesting participation in Lexington's celebration of International Women's Year; includes handwritten comments from Elam and an unidentified person, 1975 [April]

  • Box 15, Folder 4
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Letter from Lilliam Pancorbo of the Patterson School of Diplomacy to Elam, regarding Lexington's celebration of International Women's Year, 1975, July 1

  • Box 15, Folder 4
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Letter from Elam to Virginia Fox and Leonard Press of Kentucky Educational Television, requesting coverage of IWY activities; includes a pamphlet, a fact sheet, and 3 newsletters, 1975, July 31

  • Box 15, Folder 4
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Letter from Joan Lipton to Elam, regarding an IWY advertising kit; the kit is filed under "International Women's Year, Press Releases", 1975, September 10

  • Box 15, Folder 4
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Unsigned, handwritten note to Elam, regarding attached rules of the National Commission on the Observation of International Women's Year, 1976, December 2

  • Box 15, Folder 5
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Letter from Elizabeth Athanasakos of the National Commission on the Observance of International Women's Year, to Elam, inviting her to serve on the Coordinating Committee for the State Women's Meeting, 1976, December 29

  • Box 15, Folder 5
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Letter from Arvonne Fraser of the Women's Equity Action League, regarding the World Plan of Action adopted by the World Conference on International Women's Year, [1976]

  • Box 15, Folder 5
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Agenda Letter Number 1 from Elizabeth Athanasakos of the National Commission on the Observance of International Women's Year; regards workshop guidelines and the distribution of agenda materials, 1977, January 10

  • Box 15, Folder 5
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Memo from Louis F. Laun of the Small Business Administration, to all regional and district directors, regarding participation in IWY workshops, 1977, January 13

  • Box 15, Folder 5
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Letter from Louis F. Laun to Elizabeth Athanasakos of the National Commission on the Observance of International Women's Year, regarding the Small Business Administration and its activities involving women, 1977, January 14

  • Box 15, Folder 5
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Agenda Letter Number 4 from Elizabeth Athanasakos of the National Commission on the Observance of International Women's Year; regards the international component of IWY, 1977, January 21

  • Box 15, Folder 5
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Agenda Letter Number 6 from Elizabeth Athanasakos of the National Commission on the Observance of International Women's Year; regards the Women in Business workshop run by the Small Business Administration, 1977, January 26

  • Box 15, Folder 5
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Agenda Letter Number 5 from Elizabeth Athanasakos of the National Commission on the Observance of International Women's Year; regards a workshop checklist, 1977, January 27

  • Box 15, Folder 5
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Agenda Letter Number 3 from Elizabeth Athanasakos of the National Commission on the Observance of International Women's Year; regards a list of general publications, 1977 [January]

  • Box 15, Folder 5
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Agenda Letter Number 7 from Elizabeth Athanasakos of the National Commission on the Observance of International Women's Year; regards state histories of women; 2 copies, 1977 [January]

  • Box 15, Folder 5
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Housing request form for the National Women's Conference in Texas; 2 copies, 1977, February

  • Box 15, Folder 5
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Memo from General Counsel Linda Colvard Dorian to the National Commission on the Observance of International Women's Year, regarding the court decision in Mulqueeny v. IWY, 1977, March 1

  • Box 15, Folder 5
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Memo from Elam, regarding the next meeting of the Kentucky IWY Program Committee; includes a suggested format for the State IWY Meeting; 2 copies, one with handwritten notes, 1977, March 4

  • Box 15, Folder 5
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Letter from Barbara D. Simmons to Elam, regarding the State Histories of Women Program, 1977, March 7

  • Box 15, Folder 5
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Agenda Letter Number 15 from Elizabeth Athanasakos of the National Commission on the Observance of International Women's Year; regards keynote speakers for State Meetings, 1977, March 17

  • Box 15, Folder 5
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Agenda Letter Number 17 from Elizabeth Athanasakos of the National Commission on the Observance of International Women's Year; regards the consideration of Commission recommendations, 1977, March 17

  • Box 15, Folder 5
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Memo from Lilialyce Akers, regarding the next meeting of the Executive Board of the IWY Kentucky Coordinating Committee, 1977, March 21

  • Box 15, Folder 5
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Letter from Elam to Deedra Benthall, requesting that she coordinate and moderate two workshops; includes a handwritten response from Benthall at the bottom, 1977, March 21

  • Box 15, Folder 5
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Memo from Elam, regarding the next meeting of the Kentucky IWY Program Committee; 2 copies, 1977, March 21

  • Box 15, Folder 5
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Letter from Hugh A. Carter, Jr., to Mrs. Otis A. Singletary, regarding an invitation sent by Singletary to the First Lady, 1977, March 25

  • Box 15, Folder 5
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Memo from Elam, regarding the next meeting of the Kentucky IWY Program Committee; 2 copies, 1977, March 29

  • Box 15, Folder 5
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Agenda Letter Number 20 from Elizabeth Athanasakos of the National Commission on the Observance of International Women's Year; regards additional films suitable for showing at State Meetings, 1977 [March - April]

  • Box 15, Folder 5
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Memo from Heidi Margulis to Elam, regarding IWY Conference media workshops, 1977, April 5

  • Box 15, Folder 5
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Memo from Elam, regarding the next meeting of the Kentucky IWY Program Committee, 1977, April 8

  • Box 15, Folder 5
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Thank-you note from Allie Hixson and Vannie Taylor to Elam, 1977, April 11

  • Box 15, Folder 5
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Letter from Pat Elam to Pam Elam, regarding suggestions for rape and physical safety workshops, 1977, April 12

  • Box 15, Folder 5
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Letter from Barbara D. Simmons to Elam, regarding the Women in Kentucky History project, 1977, April 12

  • Box 15, Folder 5
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Agenda Letter Number 27 from Elizabeth Athanasakos of the National Commission on the Observance of International Women's Year; regards guidelines for workshops on older women, 1977, April 14

  • Box 15, Folder 5
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Memo from Allie Hixson and Linda Ritter to Elam, regarding workshops conducted by the Kentucky Pro-ERA Alliance, 1977, April 15

  • Box 15, Folder 5
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Memo from Elam, regarding the next meeting of the Kentucky IWY Program Committee; 2 copies, 1977, April 20

  • Box 15, Folder 6
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Letter from Marjorie M. Smith to Elam, offering assistance in activities in Louisville, 1977, April 20

  • Box 15, Folder 6
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Note from Necia Coker to Elam; includes several attachments regarding a child care workshop, 1977, April 22

  • Box 15, Folder 6
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Letter from Barbara D. Simmons to Elam, regarding letters mailed to county historical societies; includes copies of two letters and a newspaper clipping, 1977, April 22

  • Box 15, Folder 6
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Memo from Linda R. Ritter to Elam, regarding the format of workshops on the Equal Rights Amendment, 1977, April 22

  • Box 15, Folder 6
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Agenda Letter Number 26 from Bella S. Abzug of the National Commission on the Observance of International Women's Year; regards guidelines for child care workshops, 1977, April 26

  • Box 15, Folder 6
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Handwritten note from Allie Hixson to Elam, regarding Kentucky's observance of International Women's Year, 1977, April 26

  • Box 15, Folder 6
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Handwritten letter from Jean Sabharwal to Elam, regarding the child care workshop for the Kentucky State Meeting, 1977, April 26

  • Box 15, Folder 6
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Letter from Gina Cullen to Elam, regarding a workshop on the Equal Rights Amendment, 1977, April 27

  • Box 15, Folder 6
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Letter from Suzy Post to Elam, regarding workshops conducted by the Education Committee, 1977, April 27

  • Box 15, Folder 6
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Note from Linda Ritter to Elam, regarding attached copy of the Governing Regulations of the University of Kentucky; also includes a copy of a letter from Associate Counsel Bruce Lankford to Mrs. Jackie Bondurant of the University Information Service, 1977, April 27

  • Box 15, Folder 6
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Letter from Jean Severs to Elam, regarding the Speakout on Wife Abuse, 1977, April 27

  • Box 15, Folder 6
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Letter from Diane Carlin to Elam, regarding attached schedule of women's health workshops, 1977, April 28

  • Box 15, Folder 6
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Handwritten letter from Pat Elam to Pam Elam, regarding physical safety workshops, 1977, April 28

  • Box 15, Folder 6
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Handwritten letter from LaRene Epstein to Elam, regarding the overview of the socialization process, 1977, April 28

  • Box 15, Folder 6
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Handwritten letter from Martha Pickering to Elam, regarding Kentucky's observance of International Women's Year, 1977, April 28

  • Box 15, Folder 6
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Handwritten letter from Heidi Margulis to Elam, regarding media workshops; includes an amended copy of a memo written by Margulis on April 5, 1977 [April 28]

  • Box 15, Folder 6
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Letter from Suzy Martin to Elam, regarding possible workshop speakers; includes a letter sent to Martin from Megan Wade, [1977, April]

  • Box 15, Folder 6
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Memo from Pat Elam to Pam Elam, regarding speakout and workshop participants for the Kentucky State Meeting, [1977, April - May]

  • Box 15, Folder 6
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Memo from Elam to members of the Kentucky IWY Program Committee, regarding the State Meeting; 3 copies, 1977, May 4

  • Box 15, Folder 7
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Letter from Aarian Meyr of the Lesbian-Feninist Union, to Elam, regarding a workshop on freedom of sexual preference, 1977, May 10

  • Box 15, Folder 7
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Letter from Rebecca Westerfield to Elam, regarding panelists for the overview on women and the law, 1977, May 11

  • Box 15, Folder 7
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Agenda Letter Number 34 from Bella S. Abzug of the National Commission on the Observance of International Women's Year; regards guidelines for education workshops; 2 copies, 1977, May 13

  • Box 15, Folder 7
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Letter from Carolyn S. Bratt to Elam, regarding an outline of workshops on the Equal Rights Amendment, 1977, May 16

  • Box 15, Folder 7
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Letter from Elam to Lisa Dorsey of Phoenix Films, confirming the rental of "Antonia: Portrait of a Woman", 1977, May 18

  • Box 15, Folder 7
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Letter from Elam to Nelle Horlander, regarding the rental of films from the AFL-CIO Department of Education, 1977, May 18

  • Box 15, Folder 7
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Agenda Letter Number 32 from Bella S. Abzug of the National Commission on the Observance of International Women's Year; regards guidelines for media workshops, 1977 [May]

  • Box 15, Folder 7
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Memo from Terry Copeland and Peggy Riley to Elam, regarding the structure of the workshop on aging; 2 copies, 1977 [May]

  • Box 15, Folder 7
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Handwritten note from Martha Pickering to Elam, regarding Laurie Shields and the Displaced Homemakers workshop; includes a copy of a letter from Shields, with attached biography, 1977, June 1

  • Box 15, Folder 7
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Memo from Linda Ritter to Elam and Kalyn Ewing, regarding the taping of the "Omelet Show", 1977, June 1

  • Box 15, Folder 7
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Final memo from Elam to program coordinators and workshop leaders; invites them to a Program Committee reception; includes a copy of guidelines and meeting room assignments for the Kentucky State Meeting, 1977, June 3

  • Box 15, Folder 7
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Memo from Isabel Kasperbauer to foreign student advisors at Kentucky universities and colleges; regards Kentucky's observance of International Women's Year, [1977, June 10 - 12]

  • Box 15, Folder 7
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Call to the Kentucky State Meeting of the International Women's Year Observance, from Oteria O'Rear and Susan Reed, [1977, June 10 - 12]

  • Box 15, Folder 7
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Invitation to participate in Kentucky's observance of International Women's Year, [1977, June 10 - 12]

  • Box 15, Folder 7
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Notification of pre-registration for Kentucky's observance of International Women's Year, [1977, June 10 -12]

  • Box 15, Folder 7
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Letter form Scottie Kenkel to Elam, congratulating her on the Kentucky State Meeting, and requesting a copy of the resolutions passed, 1977, June 13

  • Box 15, Folder 7
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Letter from Elam to Lisa Dorsey of Phoenix Films, regarding a film that the company failed to send, 1977, June 15

  • Box 15, Folder 7
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Letter from Bella Abzug to Dr. Allie Hixson, congratulating the Kentucky Coordinating Committee for its work on the State Meeting, 1977, June 20

  • Box 15, Folder 7
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Letter from Allie Hixson of the Kentucky Coordinating Committee, to members of the Executive Board, regarding the date of an upcoming meeting, 1977, June 23

  • Box 15, Folder 7
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Form letter from Allie Hixson of the Kentucky Coordinating Committee, congratulating the recipients on their work for the State Meeting, 1977, June 23

  • Box 15, Folder 7
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Letter from Linda Ritter to Elam, regarding the list of registrants for the Kentucky State Meeting; includes 4 pages of names and addresses in Elam's handwriting, 1977, June 28

  • Box 15, Folder 7
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Letter from Lilialyce Akers to "Coordinating Committee Member or Delegate," regarding opposition to meetings in other states; includes a list of upcoming IWY State Meetings, [1977, July]

  • Box 15, Folder 7
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Handwritten letter from Linda Ritter to Elam, asking her to review a report of the workshops held at the Kentucky State Meeting, 1977, July 1

  • Box 15, Folder 7
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Handwritten letter from Allie Hixson to "Coordinating Colleagues," thanking them for their work, 1977, July 5

  • Box 15, Folder 7
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Letter from Kathy George of the National Organization for Women, to Allie Hixson, requesting that she write a letter to the editor of the News-Enterprise, 1977, July 7

  • Box 15, Folder 7
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Letter from J. T. Whitlock of the Kentucky Broadcasters Association, to Linda Ritter of the Kentucky Coordinating Committee, regarding the addition of women to the Minority Committee of the KBA, 1977, July 20

  • Box 15, Folder 7
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Delegate Letter Number 1, from Bella S. Abzug of the National Commission on the Observance of International Women's Year; regards the National Women's Conference in Houston; includes a child care reservation form, 1977, July 27

  • Box 15, Folder 7
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Memo from Allie Hixson to Kentucky IWY delegates and alternates, regarding the National Women's Conference, 1977, July 28

  • Box 15, Folder 7
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Letter from Elam to Laura Jones, regarding the use of the IWY State Meeting registration list, 1977, August 2

  • Box 15, Folder 7
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Letter from Elam to "Linda," regarding sources of information about the Equal Rights Amendment, 1977, August 15

  • Box 15, Folder 7
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Memo from Allie Hixson to members of the Executive Board, regarding an upcoming meeting, 1977, August 16

  • Box 15, Folder 7
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Memo from the IWY Office to Vannie Taylor, Pam Elam, and Lilialyce Akers, regarding their role in an upcoming meeting of the Kentucky Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs, [1977, August 20]

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Letter from Allie Hixson to Kentucky IWY delegates and alternates, regarding an upcoming meeting and the National Women's Conference, 1977, August 31

  • Box 15, Folder 7
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Letter from Elam to Thomas Ebendorf of the Kentucky Commission on Human Rights, requesting that a representative of the HRC attend upcoming meetings of the IWY Coordinating Committee, 1977, September 21

  • Box 15, Folder 7
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Memo from Allie Hixson to delegates and alternates to the National Women's Conference; regards a press conference in Louisville, 1977, September 30

  • Box 15, Folder 7
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Memo from Elam to the Kentucky IWY delegation, regarding strategy and organization for the National Women's Conference, 1977, October 1

  • Box 15, Folder 7
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Letter from Elam, Allie Hixson, and Martha Pickering, to "Organization Leader," offering information about International Women's Year, 1977, October 14

  • Box 15, Folder 7
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Letter from Allie Hixson to Thelma Stovall, Francis Travis, and all delegates and alternates to the National Women's Conference; regards an upcoming meeting at Hixson's farm, 1977, October 18

  • Box 15, Folder 7
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Postcard from Karen Mulhauser of the National Abortion Rights Action League, to Elam, inviting her to a reception for pro-choice delegates at the National Women's Conference, 1977, November 9

  • Box 15, Folder 7
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Handwritten postcard from "Lucy" to Elam, regarding the National Women's Conference, 1977, November

  • Box 15, Folder 7
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Confirmation of housing for the National Women's Conference, [1977, November 18 - 21]

  • Box 15, Folder 7
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Form letter from Millie Jeffrey of the National Women's Political Caucus, to Elam, regarding the National Women's Conference, 1977, December 15

  • Box 15, Folder 7
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Letter from Congressman Carroll Hubbard to Allie Hixson, thanking her for informing him about the activities of the Kentucky delegation at the National Women's Conference, 1977, December 22

  • Box 15, Folder 7
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Handwritten note from Allie Hixson to Elam, regarding requests for information on International Women's Year, [1977]

  • Box 15, Folder 7
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Memo from Bella S. Abzug to delegates, alternates, and coordinating committees, regarding support for the National Plan of Action since the National Women's Conference; 2 copies, 1978, March 8

  • Box 15, Folder 7
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Envelopes

Envelopes sent to Elam from various people and organizations involved with celebrations of International Women's Year, 1974 - 1977

  • Box 15, Folder 8
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Fact Sheets

Fact sheets about International Women's Year, from the United Nations and the United States Center for International Women's Year, 1974 - [1975]

  • Box 15, Folder 9
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Financial Records

Kentucky IWY Committee expense vouchers, fiscal reports, and notes, 1977

  • Box 15, Folder 10
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Folders

Two file folders labeled "Lexington IWY Activities", 1972 - 1975

  • Box 16, Folder 1
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Three file folders from Kentucky's observance of International Women's Year, 1975 - 1977

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Two file folders from the National Women's Conference in Houston, 1977

  • Box 16, Folder 3
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Guidelines

"What You Can Do For International Women's Year," from the United States Center for International Women's Year, [1974]

  • Box 16, Folder 4
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Mailing Lists

Addresses of various people and organizations involved with International Women's Year, [1975 - 1977]

  • Box 16, Folder 5
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Manuals

Manual for planning and conducting meetings, from the National Commission for the Observance of International Women's Year, 1976, November

  • Box 16, Folder 6
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Additions and revisions to the manual of the National Commission for the Observance of International Women's Year, 1977, February - March

  • Box 16, Folder 7
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Maps

Hand-drawn map of Greensburg, with directions (likely to Allie Hixson's farm, where a meeting of the Kentucky IWY delegation was held), [1977, October]

  • Box 16, Folder 8
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Meeting Agendas

Agendas from three meetings of the Kentucky IWY Coordinating Committee, 1977, June - September

  • Box 16, Folder 9
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Meeting Minutes

Minutes from meetings of various IWY committees and sub-committees, 1975 - 1977

  • Box 16, Folder 10
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Meeting Roll-Calls

Roll-calls from various IWY committee meetings, 1975 - 1977

  • Box 16, Folder 11
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Newsletters

Newsletters from the Girl Scouts and the International Women's Year Committee of Lexington-Fayette County, 1975 [February] - July

  • Box 16, Folder 12
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Newsletters from the Kentucky International Women's Year Citizens' Review Committee, the National Commission on the Observance of International Women's Year, and the United Nations, 1974 - 1977

  • Box 16, Folder 13
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Newsletters from the United States Center for International Women's Year, 1974 - 1975

  • Box 16, Folder 14
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Notes

Various notes concerning International Women's Year, 1975 - 1977

  • Box 16, Folder 15
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Pamphlets

Pamphlets from the International Women's Year Committee of Lexington-Fayette County, the National Commission on the Observance of International Women's Year, and the United States Center for International Women's Year, [1975] - 1977

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Plans of Action

Decade for Women World Plan of Action, published by the Women's Equity Action League, [1975]

  • Box 17, Folder 2
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National Women's Agenda Task Force Plans of Action, prepared for the National Women's Agenda Conference, 1976, October 1 - 2

  • Box 17, Folder 3
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Summarized version of the World Plan of Action, and two different copies of the National Plan of Action adopted at the National Women's Conference, 1976, December - 1977, November

  • Box 17, Folder 4
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Press Releases

Various press releases concerning International Women's Year, 1974 - 1977

  • Box 17, Folder 5
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Programs

Program for a United Nations film festival, 1975, November 14 - 15

  • Box 17, Folder 6
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Proposals

Three proposals concerning IWY: an insurance proposal, an outreach proposal, and a proposal to name Lexington as the site for the Kentucky State Meeting, 1977 [February - August]

  • Box 17, Folder 7
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Publications, General

Publications from Breakthrough Publishing Company, the Kentucky Commission on Women, and Ms. Magazine, 1975 - 1977

  • Box 17, Folder 8
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Publications from the United Nations; the United States Department of Health, Education, and Welfare; the United States Small Business Administration; and the Women's Sports Foundation, 1975 - 1977

  • Box 17, Folder 9
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Reports

Reports on the World Conference and the Women's Ohio Volunteer Employment Network, 1975, September - November

  • Box 17, Folder 10
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"... To Form a More Perfect Union...," from the National Commission on the Observance of International Women's Year, 1976

  • Box 17, Folder 11
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"... To Form a More Perfect Union...," from the National Commission on the Observance of International Women's Year; includes an index on a separate sheet of paper, 1976

  • Box 18, Folder 1
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Reports on health workshops and the status of women in Kentucky state agencies, 1977, March - June

  • Box 18, Folder 2
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Resolutions

Guidelines for drafting resolutions, and rough drafts of resolutions from the Kentucky State Meeting, [1974] - 1977

  • Box 18, Folder 3
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Rough drafts of resolutions from the Kentucky State Meeting, 1977, June 10 - 12

  • Box 18, Folder 4
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Final copies of resolutions from the Kentucky State Meeting, 1977, June 10 - 12

  • Box 18, Folder 5
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Resources

Lists of films, publications, and keynote speakers suggested for State Meetings, 1976 - 1977

  • Box 18, Folder 6
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Rules

Rules and regulations of the National Commission on the Observance of International Women's Year, 1977, February - November

  • Box 18, Folder 7
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Scripts

Script entitled "In the Main Stream", [1976]

  • Box 18, Folder 8
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Speeches

Speech by United Nations Secretary-General Kurt Waldheim, 1974, September 13

  • Box 18, Folder 9
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Statements

Two statements by Helvi Sipila of the United Nations, 1974, April - September

  • Box 18, Folder 10
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Stationery

Three envelopes from the Kentucky Coordinating Committee of the National Commission on the Observance of International Women's Year, n. d.

  • Box 18, Folder 11
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Stickers

Stickers and blank name tags featuring the IWY emblem, [1975]

  • Box 18, Folder 12
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Workshops

Guidelines for workshops on rape, child care, and international issues, 1977, January - February

  • Box 18, Folder 13
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Guideline for workshops on education, and guidelines for all workshop leaders at the Kentucky State Meeting, 1977, May - June

  • Box 18, Folder 14
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Interviews

General

Introduction and possible questions for a WLEX-TV interview about women in politics; 2 copies, one with extensive notes, n. d.

  • Box 19, Folder 1
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Invitations

General

Three invitations to political gatherings involving Bella Abzug or Thelma Stovall, [1972] - 1976

  • Box 19, Folder 2
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Kentucky Civil Liberties Union

Correspondence

Letter from Elam to "Friend," regarding the National Women's Agenda; includes "A Practical Guide to Coalition Building" and a copy of the National Women's Agenda, 1976, November 13

  • Box 19, Folder 3
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Handwritten note from Diana Barnhart to Elam, regarding the attached copy of the rules of the National Commission on the Observance of International Women's Year, 1976, December 16

  • Box 19, Folder 3
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Reply envelope from Ruth Kirschbaum to the Kentucky Civil Liberties Union; once contained a 3 dollar donation, 1976, December 16

  • Box 19, Folder 3
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Handwritten letter from "Jessica" to Elam, regarding the Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition and personal matters, [1976] December 23

  • Box 19, Folder 3
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Letter from Connie Seals and Laura Green to "Friends," regarding the opening of the Midwest Women's Center; includes an invitation and a reply card with envelope, 1977, January 24

  • Box 19, Folder 3
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Letter from Elam to Deedra Benthall, requesting that she coordinate and moderate two workshops for Kentucky's observation of International Women's Year, 1977, March 21

  • Box 19, Folder 3
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Letter from Marjorie M. Smith to Elam, offering assistance in International Women's Year activities, 1977, April 20

  • Box 19, Folder 3
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Memo from Elam to the Executive Committee of the Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition, regarding an upcoming meeting, 1977, June 23

  • Box 19, Folder 3
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Letter from Ruth J. Abram to "Friends," requesting that they fill out a questionnaire for the Women's Action Alliance, Inc., 1977, August 12

  • Box 19, Folder 3
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Memo from Betsy Brinson of the American Civil Liberties Union, to Southern Affiliate Directors, Chairpersons, and Women's Rights Committees; offers assistance from the Women's Rights Project, 1977, September 19

  • Box 19, Folder 3
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Letter from Terri P. Tepper of the Center for a Woman's Own Name, to Elam, regarding model legislation allowing women to choose their own surnames, 1977, September 23

  • Box 19, Folder 3
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Letter from Joan Gibson of the Young Women's Christian Association, to Elam, regarding the Women's Center, 1977, October 10

  • Box 19, Folder 3
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Letter from H. Regina Cullen to Elam, regarding a legislative proposal to allow women to use their maiden names on driver's licenses, 1977, October 19

  • Box 19, Folder 3
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Letter from Elam to Walter Jonas, requesting a final paycheck from the Kentucky Civil Liberties Union, 1977, November 14

  • Box 19, Folder 3
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Letter from Arminta A. Fernandes to Elam, regarding the activities of Rural American Women, Inc., 1977, November 23

  • Box 19, Folder 3
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Flyer from the KCLU to Elam, announcing a town meeting sponsored by the Louisville Civil Liberties Union, 1978, June - August

  • Box 19, Folder 3
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Reply card from Kizzie Cantrell to the KCLU; includes a hand-written message to Elam, n. d.

  • Box 19, Folder 3
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Directories

Master Profile Directory of KCLU members, 1977, November 7

  • Box 19, Folder 4
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Flyers

Flyers for rallies opposing the death penalty and supporting the right to abortion, 1977 - 1978

  • Box 19, Folder 5
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Job Descriptions

Job description for the Executive Director of the KCLU, 1976, April - May

  • Box 19, Folder 6
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Lists

List of women's concerns and interests, 1977, March 19

  • Box 19, Folder 7
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Mailing Lists

Two handwritten mailing lists on KCLU stationery, n. d.

  • Box 19, Folder 8
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Meeting Agendas

Three copies of a suggested agenda for a KCLU board meeting; includes copies of reports to be discussed at the meeting, 1976, August 28

  • Box 19, Folder 9
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Newsletters

Newsletters from the KCLU and the Women's International Network, 1976 - 1978

  • Box 19, Folder 10
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Notes

Various notes concerning the KCLU, [1974] - 1976

  • Box 19, Folder 11
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Personnel

Elam's travel expenses and vacation days, 1976 - 1977

  • Box 19, Folder 12
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Press Releases

Press releases regarding KCLU elections and the KCLU stand on abortion, 1976 - 1977

  • Box 19, Folder 13
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Publications, General

Two copies of "Kentucky Laws Affecting Women," prepared by the KCLU Women's Rights Committee, n. d.

  • Box 19, Folder 14
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Reports

Various KCLU reports, including several reports on Elam's activities as Executive Director, 1976 - 1977

  • Box 19, Folder 15
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Resources

Two versions of a KCLU resource book developed by Patricia Lay; both books include a brief note from Lay to Elam, 1976, March - April

  • Box 19, Folder 16
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Speeches

Text of a speech concerning KCLU activities, 1977, October 13

  • Box 19, Folder 17
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Stationery

Two types of KCLU stationery, n. d.

  • Box 19, Folder 18
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Workshops

Information on the workshop "Growing Up Female," sponsored by the KCLU Women's Rights Committee, 1972, April 15

  • Box 19, Folder 19
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Kentucky Commission on Human Rights

Clippings

Various clippings concerning the Kentucky Commission on Human Rights, 1973 - 1975

  • Box 19, Folder 20
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Complaints

Blank form for filing a complaint of discrimination, [1974]

  • Box 19, Folder 21
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Correspondence

Memo from Galen Martin to Women's Rights Supporters, regarding strategy for implementing the Kentucky Civil Rights Act, 1972, June

  • Box 19, Folder 22
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Letter from Elam to Galen Martin, suggesting that the Human Rights Commission should "match its commitment to eliminate racism with an equal commitment to eliminate sexism", 1973, January 13

  • Box 19, Folder 22
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Memo from Galen Martin to Approvers of Credit, regarding guidelines for avoiding sex discrimination, 1974, July 3

  • Box 19, Folder 22
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Memo from Galen Martin to Kentucky Women's Rights Leaders, regarding efforts to end sex discrimination in credit and employment; includes a newsletter and several pamphlets, 1974, August

  • Box 19, Folder 22
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Letter from John J. Johnson to "Friend of Human Rights," urging the recipient to write to Governor Wendell Ford regarding appointments to the Human Rights Commission; includes a copy of a newspaper article, 1974, October 31

  • Box 19, Folder 22
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Memo from Galen Martin to Kentucky Women's Rights Leaders, regarding commission activities against sex discrimination; includes examples of sex case closing orders and a statement supporting the ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment, 1975, July

  • Box 19, Folder 22
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Letter from Elam to Thomas Ebendorf, requesting that a representative of the HRC attend upcoming meetings of the International Women's Year Coordinating Committee, 1977, September 21

  • Box 19, Folder 22
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Fact Sheets

Examples of sex cases conciliated by the HRC, [1974]

  • Box 19, Folder 23
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Guidelines

Guidelines for avoiding sex discrimination in employment and credit, [1973 - 1974]

  • Box 19, Folder 24
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Manuals

Employer's Manual on Affirmative Action in Employment, [1974]

  • Box 19, Folder 25
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Newsletters

"Human Rights News," from the Kentucky Commission on Human Rights, 1972 - 1976

  • Box 19, Folder 26
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Pamphlets

Various pamphlets from the Kentucky Commission on Human Rights, [1974]

  • Box 20, Folder 1
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Press Releases

Various press releases, most concerning cash settlements in discrimination cases, 1974 - 1976

  • Box 20, Folder 2
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Publications, General

Information on fair housing and the Kentucky Civil Rights Act, [1974]

  • Box 20, Folder 3
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Publications, Legal

H. B. 529 and other laws relating to civil rights, 1972 - 1974

  • Box 20, Folder 4
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Reports

Reports on fair housing and black employment, 1968 - 1972

  • Box 20, Folder 5
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Reports on black employment and the status of women in Kentucky state agencies, 1973 - [1974]

  • Box 20, Folder 6
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Reports on housing segregation and desegregation, black teachers and black elected officials, and the status of women in Kentucky state agencies, 1975 - 1976

  • Box 20, Folder 7
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Reports on the status of women and blacks in Kentucky state agencies, 1977, February - June

  • Box 20, Folder 8
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Statements

Two statements regarding discrimination, 1972 - 1976

  • Box 20, Folder 9
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Kentucky Commission on Women

Bylaws

Bylaws of the Kentucky Commission on Women, [1973]

  • Box 20, Folder 10
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Clippings

Clipping regarding Elam's role in the Kentucky Commission on Women, 1974, February 5

  • Box 20, Folder 11
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Correspondence

Letter from Winifred Echelberger of the Interstate Association of Commissions on the Status of Women, to Governor Wendell Ford, urging him to appoint a commission in Kentucky, 1973, April 9

  • Box 20, Folder 12
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Memo from D. Delahanty regarding an upcoming meeting of the Legislative Task Force of the Kentucky Commission on Women; includes a model civil rights bill from Washington state, and an outline of Kentucky statutes that require revision, 1973, October 2

  • Box 20, Folder 12
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Memo from D. Delahanty regarding an upcoming meeting of the Legislative Task Force of the Kentucky Commission on Women, 1973, October 25

  • Box 20, Folder 12
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Letter from Marie Abrams of the Kentucky Commission on Women, to Governor Wendell Ford, urging funding for programs that benefit mothers and children, 1974, January 15

  • Box 20, Folder 12
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Letter from Governor Wendell Ford to Marie Abrams of the Kentucky Commission on Women, replying to Abrams' suggestions for the budget of the Department of Human Resources, 1974, January 30

  • Box 20, Folder 12
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Letter from Senator John V. Tunney to Marie Abrams of the Kentucky Commission on Women, regarding the Flexible Hours Employment Act; includes a clipping from Congressional Record, 1974, February 12

  • Box 20, Folder 12
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Memo from Elam regarding an upcoming meeting of the Legislative Task Force of the Kentucky Commission on Women; includes copies of legislation from the 1974 session of the Kentucky General Assembly, 1974, March 19

  • Box 20, Folder 12
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Letter from Martha Layne Collins of the Democratic National Committee, to Elam, expressing regret for being unable to attend a meeting, 1974, March 27

  • Box 20, Folder 12
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Letter from Susan Jenkins of the Women's Action Alliance, to Carrol Smith of the Kentucky Commission on Women, regarding National Women's Agenda Day; includes a fact sheet and a list of contributing organizations, 1975, October 9

  • Box 20, Folder 12
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Letter from Carrol Smith to Elam, inviting her to a meeting to discuss Women's Agenda Day, 1975, October 31

  • Box 20, Folder 12
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Handwritten letter from Carrol Smith to Pam and Pat Elam, regarding media coverage of National Women's Agenda Day, 1975, December 4

  • Box 20, Folder 12
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Letter from Carrol Smith to Shirley Price, suggesting that meetings for the National Women's Agenda be held in conjunction with meetings for International Women's Year, 1976, December 2

  • Box 20, Folder 12
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Letter from Mabel Bertram of the Kentucky Extension Homemakers Association, to Carrol Smith, apologizing for her lack of attendance at a meeting of the Kentucky Commission on Women, 1977, January 8

  • Box 20, Folder 12
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Directories

Directories of women's organizations in Kentucky, 1976 - 1977

  • Box 20, Folder 13
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Envelopes

Two envelopes from the Kentucky Commission on Women, [1974] - 1975

  • Box 20, Folder 14
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Executive Orders

Executive orders establishing the Kentucky Commission on Women and appointing its members, 1964 - 1973

  • Box 20, Folder 15
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Guidelines

A Plan for Legislative Action, [1974]

  • Box 20, Folder 16
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Membership Lists

List of members of the Kentucky Commission on Women, including the Executive Committee, [1974]

  • Box 20, Folder 17
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Newsletters

Newsletters from the Kentucky Commission on Women, 1974 - 1977

  • Box 20, Folder 18
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Notes

Various notes concerning the Kentucky Commission on Women, 1971 - 1974

  • Box 20, Folder 19
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Personnel

Elam's personnel records from the Kentucky Commission on Women, 1973 - 1974

  • Box 20, Folder 20
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Press Releases

Press release concerning Women's Agenda Day, 1975, December 2

  • Box 21, Folder 1
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Publications, General

Booklet describing sex discrimination in employment; two directories of women's organizations in Kentucky, 1976 - 1977

  • Box 21, Folder 2
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Publications, Legal

The Prevention and Treatment of Domestic Violence Act (H. B. 750) and various laws concerning the Kentucky Commission on Women, 1970 - [1978]

  • Box 21, Folder 3
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Reports

Report of the Kentucky Commission on Women, 1968 - 1970, 1968 - 1970

  • Box 21, Folder 4
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Elam's analysis of H. B. 368, 1974, March

  • Box 21, Folder 5
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"I Am Woman! Hear Me Strong!" from the Institute of Community Development at the University of Louisville, 1974, April

  • Box 21, Folder 6
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Report concerning the major activities of the Kentucky Commission on Women from May 8, 1973, to June 1, 1974, [1974, June]

  • Box 21, Folder 7
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Kentucky legislation of interest to women, 1976, June

  • Box 21, Folder 8
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Statements

Statement by Governor Wendell Ford concerning the Kentucky Commission on Women, 1973, May 8

  • Box 21, Folder 9
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Stationery

Envelopes and two styles of letterhead from the Kentucky Commission on Women, n. d.

  • Box 21, Folder 10
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Kentucky General Assembly

Amendments

Amendments to various bills, 1972 - 1974

  • Box 21, Folder 11
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Biographies

Biographies of members of the 1974 House of Representatives, 1974

  • Box 21, Folder 12
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Biographies of members of the 1974 Senate, 1974

  • Box 21, Folder 13
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Clippings

Various clippings concerning the Kentucky General Assembly, 1972 - 1978

  • Box 21, Folder 14
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Committee Assignments

Schedule of committee meetings, with list of committee members, [1974]

  • Box 21, Folder 15
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Directories

Telephone directory of the 1974 Kentucky General Assembly, 1974

  • Box 21, Folder 16
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Manuals

Bill drafting manual for the Kentucky General Assembly, 1971, October

  • Box 21, Folder 17
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Maps

Maps of House and Senate districts, 1972, June

  • Box 21, Folder 18
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Notes

Notes concerning the General Assembly and civil rights legislation, [1974 - 1975]

  • Box 21, Folder 19
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Proposals

Draft legislation, [1978]

  • Box 21, Folder 20
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Publications, General

Two copies each of "Kentucky General Assembly 1972" and "Kentucky General Assembly 1974," from the Kentucky Department of Public Information, 1972 - 1974

  • Box 22, Folder 1
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Two copies of "1976 Kentucky General Assembly" and five pages from "Kentucky General Assembly 1974"; both booklets published by the Kentucky Department of Public Education, 1974 - 1976

  • Box 22, Folder 2
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Two complete copies and several loose pages from "1978 Kentucky General Assembly," published by the Kentucky Department of Public Education; one copy of "A Look at the Kentucky General Assembly," published by the Legislative Research Commission, 1975 - 1978

  • Box 22, Folder 3
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Publications, Legal

Bills from the 1972 session of the Kentucky General Assembly, 1972

  • Box 22, Folder 4
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Bills from the 1974 session of the Kentucky General Assembly, 1974

  • Box 22, Folder 5
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Bills from the 1978 session of the Kentucky General Assembly, 1978

  • Box 22, Folder 6
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Reports

"A Citizens' Guide to the Kentucky Constitution," from the Legislative Research Commission, 1977, August

  • Box 22, Folder 7
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"Final Reports of Interim Joint and Special Committees 1976 - 1977" and "Issues Confronting the 1978 General Assembly," both published by the Legislative Research Commission, 1977, November

  • Box 22, Folder 8
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"General Assembly Action, Regular Session 1978," from the Legislative Research Commission, 1978, April

  • Box 22, Folder 9
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Roll Calls

Tally sheets of votes in the General Assembly, 1972 - 1978

  • Box 22, Folder 10
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Speeches

Speech by Governor Wendell Ford to the Kentucky General Assembly, 1972, June 8

  • Box 22, Folder 11
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Visitors' Passes

Passes to the House and Senate Visitors' Galleries, 1976 - 1978

  • Box 22, Folder 12
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Kentucky Student Public Interest Research Group

Fact Sheets

Facts about the Kentucky Student Public Interest Research Group, n. d.

  • Box 23, Folder 1
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Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition

Awards

Information about Lieutenant Governor Thelma Stovall and Senator Georgia Powers, two recipients of the KWAC Woman of the Year Award, 1978, April 18 - 23

  • Box 23, Folder 2
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Bylaws

Bylaws of the Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition, 1977

  • Box 23, Folder 3
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Clippings

Clippings concerning the Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition and its priority issues, including the Equal Rights Amendment, 1976 - 1977

  • Box 23, Folder 4
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Clippings concerning the Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition and its priority issues, including the Equal Rights Amendment, 1978, January

  • Box 23, Folder 5
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Clippings concerning the Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition and its priority issues, including the Equal Rights Amendment, 1978, February

  • Box 23, Folder 6
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Clippings concerning the Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition and its priority issues, including the Equal Rights Amendment, 1978, March - July

  • Box 23, Folder 7
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Clippings concerning the Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition and its priority issues, including the Equal Rights Amendment, [1978]

  • Box 23, Folder 8
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Committee Assignments

Contact information for members of the Finance, Communication, Membership, and Community Education committees, 1978, February 11

  • Box 23, Folder 9
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Correspondence

Letter from Elam to Ruth Abrams of the Women's Action Alliance, requesting information about Women's Agenda Coalitions, 1977, January 14

  • Box 23, Folder 10
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Handwritten letter from Else Kessler-Bolotin of Women Incorporated, to Elam, expressing support for the Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition; includes a brochure describing Women Inc., 1977, January 17

  • Box 23, Folder 10
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Letter from Pat Elam to Pam Elam, expressing the support of the Lexington Rape Crisis Center for the Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition; includes a page of information about the Rape Crisis Center, 1977, January 23

  • Box 23, Folder 10
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Letter from Scottie Kenkel of the League of Women Voters, to Elam, expressing support for the Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition, 1977, January 23

  • Box 23, Folder 10
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Information about the Kentucky Pro-ERA Alliance, submitted by Linda Ritter, 1977, January 24

  • Box 23, Folder 10
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Letter from Betty Hickey of the Central Kentucky Women's Political Caucus, to Elam, regarding possible support for the Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition; includes a page of information about the Central Kentucky Women's Political Caucus, 1977, January 26

  • Box 23, Folder 10
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Handwritten letter from Mrs. H. J. Simpson of Church Women United, to Elam, regarding possible support for the Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition; includes a brochure describing Church Women United, 1977, January 28

  • Box 23, Folder 10
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Statement from Elam, expressing the support of the Kentucky Civil Liberties Union for the Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition, 1977 [January - February]

  • Box 23, Folder 10
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Letter from the Lesbian Feminist Union to the Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition; describes the LFU and its priority issues, 1977 [January - February]

  • Box 23, Folder 10
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Letter from Scottie Kenkel of the League of Women Voters, to Elam, expressing qualified support for the Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition ,, 1977, February 4

  • Box 23, Folder 10
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Handwritten letter from Nancy Finneran of the Peace and Justice Center, to Elam, regarding a check sent to the Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition, 1977, February 8

  • Box 23, Folder 10
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Copy of a letter from Elam to Nancy Finneran of the Peace and Justice Center, regarding a check sent by Finneran to the Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition, 1977, February 10

  • Box 23, Folder 10
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Letter from Elam, Allie Hixson, Pauline Jones, and Carrol Smith, to "Friend," inviting the recipient to a meeting of the Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition; 2 copies, 1977, February 14

  • Box 23, Folder 10
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Handwritten letter from "Karen" of the Creative Employment Project, to Elam, apologizing for the delay in sending the attached information; includes a fact sheet about the Creative Employment Project, 1977, February 15

  • Box 23, Folder 10
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Letter from Martha Nell Simpson of Church Women United, to Elam, expressing support for the Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition and requesting further information, 1977, February 16

  • Box 23, Folder 10
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Handwritten note from Nancy Finneran of the Peace and Justice Center, to Elam, regarding a check sent to the Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition; written on a letter from Elam, 1977, February [17]

  • Box 23, Folder 10
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Letter and handwritten note from Kathy Snead of the University of Kentucky Council on Women's Concerns, to Elam, expressing support for the Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition; includes a page of information about the Council, 1977, February 18

  • Box 23, Folder 10
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Letter from Sherry Jelsma of the Junior League of Louisville, to Elam, naming a representative to the Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition, 1977, February 22

  • Box 23, Folder 10
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Postcard from Elam, Carrol Smith, and Marianne Montgomery, announcing an upcoming meeting of the Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition, 1977, March

  • Box 23, Folder 10
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Memo from Elam to the KWAC Structure Committee, regarding three upcoming meetings, 1977, April 18

  • Box 23, Folder 10
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Memo from Elam to the KWAC Executive Committee, regarding an upcoming meeting; 2 copies, 1977, June 23

  • Box 23, Folder 11
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Handwritten letter from Marianne Montgomery to Elam, regarding bylaws and meeting minutes, 1977, July 7

  • Box 23, Folder 11
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Handwritten postcard from Martha Grise to Elam, providing the name and address of the woman who designed the KWAC logo, 1977, July 11

  • Box 23, Folder 11
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Handwritten letter from Christina Hofer to Pat Elam, requesting information about the Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition; includes Hofer's business card, 1977, July 11

  • Box 23, Folder 11
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Letter from Elam to Sandra Cundiff, thanking her for designing the KWAC logo and creating a sign for the KWAC exhibit at the International Women's Year State Meeting, 1977, July 12

  • Box 23, Folder 11
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Letter from Elam to Christina Hofer, offering information about the structure of the Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition, 1977, July 18

  • Box 23, Folder 11
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Letter from Elam to Galen Marten of the Kentucky Commission on Human Rights, regarding International Women's Year Resolution 17, 1977, August 4

  • Box 23, Folder 11
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Letter from Elam to "Diana," regarding a report, a mailing to women's organizations, and two possible meetings, 1977, August 15

  • Box 23, Folder 11
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Letter from Elam to "Organization Leader," describing the Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition and inviting the recipient of the letter to join; includes 7 attached pages of information and applications, 1977, August 18

  • Box 23, Folder 11
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Letter from Elam to "Organization Leader," describing the Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition and inviting the recipient of the letter to join; includes a postcard supporting the Rape Crisis Center, to be sent to Governor Carroll, 1977, August 18

  • Box 23, Folder 11
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Letter from Elam to Ruth Abram of the Women's Action Alliance, requesting that the Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition be listed in The Practical Guide to the Women's Movement; includes a copy of an earlier letter from Abram to "Friends", 1977, August 22

  • Box 23, Folder 11
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Memo from Elam to the KWAC Executive Committee, regarding an upcoming meeting; 2 copies, 1977, September 2

  • Box 23, Folder 11
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Letter from Elam to the Center for a Woman's Own Name, requesting copies of model legislation regarding a woman's right to keep her birth-given name; includes an attached note in Elam's handwriting, 1977, September 14

  • Box 23, Folder 11
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Letter from Scottie Kenkel of the League of Women Voters, to Elam, declining the invitation to join the Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition; includes a list of local League presidents who might publish KWAC material in their monthly newsletters, 1977, September 19

  • Box 23, Folder 11
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Handwritten note from Charley Nell Llewellyn, to Elam, offering to provide information to the National Organization for Women and the League of Women Voters in Hardin County, 1977, September 21

  • Box 23, Folder 11
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Draft of a letter from Pat Elam to Ronald McQueen of the Department of Justice, proposing a statewide conference on domestic violence; 2 copies, 1977, September 27

  • Box 23, Folder 11
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Letter from Virginia Keefe of the Zonta Club, requesting further information about the Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition, 1977, October 3

  • Box 23, Folder 11
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Handwritten card from Susan Daunhauer, a University of Kentucky student, to Elam, requesting information about the involvement of women in Kentucky politics, 1977, October 13

  • Box 23, Folder 11
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Letter from the KWAC Executive Committee to "Organization Leader," regarding an upcoming meeting, 1977, October 17

  • Box 23, Folder 11
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Letter from Martha Nell Simpson of Church Women United, to Elam, regarding the membership of Church Women United in the Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition, 1977, October 20

  • Box 23, Folder 11
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Copy of a letter from Elam to Susan Daunhauen, providing sources of information about women in Kentucky politics, 1977, October 31

  • Box 23, Folder 11
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Handwritten note from Nelle Horlander to Elam, regarding the attached information about lobbyists; includes instructions, statutes, newspaper clippings, a press release, and a note in Elam's handwriting, 1977, November 5

  • Box 23, Folder 12
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Handwritten note from Martha Grise to Elam, regarding KWAC stationery; includes a page of blank letterhead, 1977, November 8

  • Box 23, Folder 12
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Memo to organization leaders regarding an upcoming meeting of the Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition; 2 copies, 1977, November 14

  • Box 23, Folder 12
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Memo from the KWAC Executive Committee to organization leaders, regarding an emergency meeting of the Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition; 2 copies, 1977, December 5

  • Box 23, Folder 12
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Letter from Sherry Jelsma of the Junior League of Louisville, requesting that the League be removed from the KWAC mailing list, 1977, December 8

  • Box 23, Folder 12
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Letter from Jane Emke of the National Council of Jewish Women, to Elam, regarding the membership of the Council in the Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition, 1977, December 13

  • Box 23, Folder 12
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Letter from Elam to Representative Arthur Schmidt, requesting his support for the KWAC legislative package, 1977, December 15

  • Box 23, Folder 12
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Letter from Attorney Ray Corns to lobbyists, regarding laws related to lobbying; includes 3 pages of instructions and statutes, 1977, December 16

  • Box 23, Folder 12
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Letter from Elam to Sandra Earley of Kentucky Educational Television, requesting the opportinity to discuss the KWAC legislative package on the "Kentucky Now" program, 1977, December 17

  • Box 23, Folder 12
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Letter from Senator Tom Easterly to Elam, requesting her help in his congressional campaign; includes a business card, 1977, December 28

  • Box 23, Folder 12
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Letter from Ellen Sweet, editor of Women's Agenda, to Elam, regarding an article on the Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition; includes a copy of the article, 1977, December 28

  • Box 23, Folder 12
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Memo from the KWAC Executive Committee to organization leaders, regarding an upcoming meeting; 3 copies, 1977, December 30

  • Box 23, Folder 12
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Handwritten letter from Charley Nell Llewellyn to Allie Hixson, regarding Title 9 and the State Convention, [1977]

  • Box 23, Folder 12
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Memo from the Local Government Law Center to the Women's Agenda, regarding Kentucky's displaced homemaker bill, [1977]

  • Box 23, Folder 12
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Letter from Elam to Governor Julian Carroll, requesting that he meet with the KWAC Executive Committee to discuss their legislative package, 1978, January 3

  • Box 24, Folder 1
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Letter from Elam to House Speaker William Kenton, requesting that he sponsor legislation allowing married women to use their birth-given names on their driver's liscences, 1978, January 3

  • Box 24, Folder 1
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Letter from Susan Reed of the Bureau for Health Services, to Elam, regarding a 5-year plan to combat alcoholism; includes a 5-page report on female alcoholics, 1978, January 3

  • Box 24, Folder 1
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Letter from the KWAC Executive Committee to the Attorney General, authorizing Elam and others to act as lobbyists, 1978, January 8

  • Box 24, Folder 1
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Form letter from Elam to Representative Bendl, requesting support for the KWAC legislative package, 1978, January 12

  • Box 24, Folder 1
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Form letter from Elam to Representative Craddock, requesting support for the KWAC legislative package, 1978, January 12

  • Box 24, Folder 1
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Form letter from Elam to Representative Kidd, requesting support for the KWAC legislative package, 1978, January 12

  • Box 24, Folder 1
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Form letter from Elam to Representative McNutt, requesting support for the KWAC legislative package, 1978, January 12

  • Box 24, Folder 1
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Form letter from Elam to Senator Powers, requesting support for the KWAC legislative package, 1978, January 12

  • Box 24, Folder 1
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Form letter from Elam to Representative Priddy, requesting support for the KWAC legislative package, 1978, January 12

  • Box 24, Folder 1
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Form letter from Elam to Representative Tobin, requesting support for the KWAC legislative package, 1978, January 12

  • Box 24, Folder 1
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Letter from House Speaker William Kenton to Elam, declining to sponsor a bill to allow married women to use their birth-given names on their driver's liscences, 1978, January 12

  • Box 24, Folder 1
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Memo from the KWAC Executive Committee to organization leaders, regarding an upcoming meeting and press conference, 1978, January 16

  • Box 24, Folder 1
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Handwritten letter from Clara Oldham to Elam, apologizing for missing the last meeting, 1978, January 16

  • Box 24, Folder 1
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Letter from the KWAC Executive Committee to members of the Kentucky General Assembly, requesting support for the KWAC legislative package; includes a packet of information about the Coalition and the legislative proposals it supports; 2 copies, 1978, January 18

  • Box 24, Folder 1
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Letter from Frank Genovese of Babson College, to Elam, suggesting that the Lexington Women's Center apply for the Edward L. Bernays Foundation award for achieving economic justice for homemakers; includes a copy of the competition rules, 1978, January 25

  • Box 24, Folder 1
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Unsigned letter to Ellen Sweet, editor of Women's Agenda, requesting extra copies of an article on the KWAC, 1978, January 28

  • Box 24, Folder 1
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Unsigned letter to Terri Tepper, director of the Center for a Woman's Own Name, regarding the status of legislation allowing women to keep their birth-given names, 1978, January 28

  • Box 24, Folder 1
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Handwritten letter from Lilialyce Akers to Elam, congratulating her on a press conference, [1978, January]

  • Box 24, Folder 1
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Handwritten draft of a letter from Elam to Maryanne Childers, regarding the format of an interview of the KWAC, 1978, February 2

  • Box 24, Folder 2
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Handwritten draft of a letter from Elam to "Dorothy," regarding the possibility of the Business and Professional Women's Clubs joining the KWAC, 1978, February 2

  • Box 24, Folder 2
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Memo from the KWAC Executive Committee to organization leaders, regarding an upcoming meeting, 1978, February 2

  • Box 24, Folder 2
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Memo from Mary Ellen King to members of the Grant Research Committee Task Force on Battered Wives, regarding the change of a meeting date; includes minutes from 3 previous meetings, 1978, February 9

  • Box 24, Folder 2
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Letter from Chief Judge Paul Gudgel to Betsy Nowlin of the YWCA, regarding assault complaints; includes 2 pages of statistics, 1978, February 13

  • Box 24, Folder 2
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Letter from Rebecca Westerfield to Senator Walter Baker, regarding several court cases relating to the right of married women to keep their birth-given names; includes a note from Westerfield to Elam, asking her to deliver the letter, 1978, February 14

  • Box 24, Folder 2
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Letter from Rebecca Westerfield to Senator Delbert Murphy, requesting his support for legislation allowing married women to use their birth-given names on their drivers' licenses, 1978, February 14

  • Box 24, Folder 2
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Letter from Elam to Sonny Frantz of the Bowling Proprietors Association, demanding that he remove offensive billboard, 1978, February 15

  • Box 24, Folder 2
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Handwritten draft of a letter from the KWAC Executive Committee to Kentucky Senators, requesting their support for legislation allowing married women to use their birth-given names on their drivers' licenses, 1978, February 15

  • Box 24, Folder 2
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Memo from the KWAC Executive Committee to organization leaders, regarding lobbying efforts and an upcoming meeting, 1978, February 16

  • Box 24, Folder 2
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Letter from Terri Tepper of the Center for a Woman's Own Name, to Elam, wishing her luck on her proposed legislation, and offering assistance, 1978, February 21

  • Box 24, Folder 2
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Memo from the KWAC Executive Committee to members of the House Judiciary-Statutes Committee, requesting their support for H. B. 498, H. B. 499, and shelters for battered women, 1978, February 21

  • Box 24, Folder 2
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Memo from the KWAC Executive Committee to members of the Senate Health and Welfare Committee, requesting their support for the Displaced Homemakers Bill, S. B. 290, 1978, February 23

  • Box 24, Folder 2
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Handwritten note from Ellen Sweet and Naomi Barko of the Women's Action Alliance, to Elam, regarding extra copies of an article, 1978, February 23

  • Box 24, Folder 2
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Letter from Martha Grise to Senator Robert Martin, requesting his support for the KWAC legislative package, 1978, February 27

  • Box 24, Folder 2
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Letter from Ann Beaudry to Elam, requesting the involvement of the KWAC in a conference and handbook concerning women's economic issues, 1978, March 1

  • Box 24, Folder 2
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Letter from Elam to Madeline Lee of the National Women's Agenda Project, expressing regret for being unable to attend a conference, 1978, March 1

  • Box 24, Folder 2
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Memo from the KWAC Executive Committee to organization leaders, regarding an upcoming meeting; 3 copies, 1978, March 2

  • Box 24, Folder 2
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Letter from Pam and Pat Elam to House Speaker William Kenton, requesting his support for H. B. 499 and H. B. 750; includes copies of letters from several battered women, 1978, March 10

  • Box 24, Folder 2
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Memo from Nelda Barton of the Republican National Committee, to Kentucky club presidents, regarding the 1978 National Women's Conference; includes a registration form, 1978, March 14

  • Box 24, Folder 2
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Handwritten letter from Elam to the Public Broadcasting Service, requesting that they air the program "Who Remembers Mama?," which deals with the problems of displaced homemakers, 1978, March 15

  • Box 24, Folder 2
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Letter from Elam to Representative Gerta Bendl, offering her one of the first annual "Women of the Year" awards, 1978, March 21

  • Box 24, Folder 2
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Letter from Elam to Senator Georgia Powers, offering her one of the first annual "Women of the Year" awards, 1978, March 21

  • Box 24, Folder 2
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Letter from Elam to Lieutenant Governor Thelma Stovall, offering her one of the first annual "Women of the Year" awards, 1978, March 21

  • Box 24, Folder 2
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Letter from Pamela McClelland-Cooper, Kansas State Director of Equal Employment Opportunity, to Elam, requesting information about the KWAC legislative package; includes a handwritten reply by Elam, 1978, March 24

  • Box 24, Folder 2
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Memo from the KWAC Executive Committee to organization leaders, regarding an upcoming meeting, 1978, March 24

  • Box 24, Folder 2
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Handwritten letter from "Diana" to Elam, regarding various women's meetings, 1978, March 27

  • Box 24, Folder 2
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Letter from Becky Mills of the Kentucky Commission on Women, regarding a directory of women's organizations, 1978, March 29

  • Box 24, Folder 2
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Brochure for a conference on women in the economy, sent to Elam by Ann Beaudry of the National Conference on Alternative State and Local Public Policies, 1978, March 31

  • Box 24, Folder 2
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Letter from Chief Clerk Sara Bell to Elam, regarding House roll call votes, 1978, April 3

  • Box 24, Folder 3
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Letter from Ann Beaudry of the National Conference on Alternative State and Local Public Policies, to "Women's Agenda Coalition Member," regarding an upcoming conference on women and the economy; includes a brochure, 1978, April 5

  • Box 24, Folder 3
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Handwritten letter from Elam to Lilialyce Akers, regarding KWAC billboards and the location of an upcoming meeting, 1978, April 11

  • Box 24, Folder 3
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Handwritten letter from Elam to Ann Beaudry, regarding the KWAC legislative package, 1978, April 11

  • Box 24, Folder 3
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Handwritten letter from Elam to Dorothy Middleton, regarding the membership of the Kentucky Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs in the KWAC, 1978, April 11

  • Box 24, Folder 3
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Handwritten letter from Elam to Terri Tepper of the Center for a Woman's Own Name, regarding the outcome of S. B. 199, 1978, April 11

  • Box 24, Folder 3
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Letter from Elam to Representative Gerta Bendl, regarding her acceptance of the "Women of the Year" award, 1978, April 12

  • Box 24, Folder 3
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Letter from Elam to Betty Brinson of the Women's Project; provides information about the KWAC and its legislative package, 1978, April 12

  • Box 24, Folder 3
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Letter from Elam to Representative Mae Street Kidd, offering her one of the first annual "Women of the Year" awards, 1978, April 12

  • Box 24, Folder 3
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Letter from Elam to Senator Georgia Powers, regarding her acceptance of the "Women of the Year" award, 1978, April 12

  • Box 24, Folder 3
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Letter from Elam and Allie Hixson to "KWAC Supporter," regarding ticket sales for the upcoming "Women of the Year" banquet, 1978, April 12

  • Box 24, Folder 3
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Letter from Richard Pettigrew, regarding President Carter's proposed reform of the Federal Civil Service; includes 2 packets of information, 1978, April 12

  • Box 24, Folder 3
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Letter from Patricia Todd of the National Organization for Women, to "Club President," regarding NOW activities in Kentucky, 1978, April 12

  • Box 24, Folder 3
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Letter from Elam and Allie Hixson to "Friend," regarding the upcoming "Women of the Year" banquet; 2 copies, 1978, April 13

  • Box 24, Folder 3
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Letter from Elam and Allie Hixson to Lieutenant Governor Thelma Stovall, regarding her acceptance of the "Women of the Year" award, 1978, April 14

  • Box 24, Folder 3
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Letter from Dot Ridings to Elam and Allie Hixson, apologizing for being unable to attend the "Women of the Year" banquet, 1978, April 15

  • Box 24, Folder 3
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Letter from Ann Bowen of the Women's Action Alliance, to Elam, congratulating her on her work; includes information on two conferences and other Agenda-related issues, 1978, April 18

  • Box 24, Folder 3
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Blank response card to the Women's Action Alliance, regarding family planning services, 1978, April 18

  • Box 24, Folder 3
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Handwritten letter from Gloria Singletary to Elam, thanking her for the tickets to the "Women of the Year" banquet and apologizing for being unable to attend, 1978, April 18

  • Box 24, Folder 3
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Memo from the KWAC Executive Committee to organization leaders, regarding an upcoming meeting; 3 copies, 1978, April 19

  • Box 24, Folder 3
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Letter from Lieutenant Governor Thelma Stovall to Elam, apologizing for being unable to attend a meeting, 1978, April 21

  • Box 24, Folder 3
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Letter from Chief Clerk Marjorie Wagoner to Elam, regarding copies of Senate roll call votes, 1978, April 25

  • Box 24, Folder 3
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Letter from Naomi Barko, Associate Editor of Women's Agenda, to Elam, requesting a copy of a photo from the "Women of the Year" banquet, 1978, April 28

  • Box 24, Folder 3
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Letter from Patricia Elam to County Judge Mitch McConnell, expressing support for the R. A. P. E. Relief Center, 1978, April 30

  • Box 24, Folder 3
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Letter from Patricia Elam to Mayor William Stansbury, expressing support for the R. A. P. E. Relief Center, 1978, April 30

  • Box 24, Folder 3
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Mailgram from Martha Pickering to Representative Carl Perkins, opposing the elimination of the minimum age requirement from the Displaced Homemakers Bill, 1978, April 30

  • Box 24, Folder 3
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Mailgram from Lieutenant Governor Thelma Stovall to Representative Carl Perkins, opposing the elimination of the minimum age requirement from the Displaced Homemakers Bill, 1978, April 30

  • Box 24, Folder 3
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Letter from Chief Clerk Sara Bell to Elam, regarding copies of House roll call votes, 1978, May 1

  • Box 24, Folder 4
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Letter from Charlotte Eady of the Department of Housing and Urban Development, to Elam, regarding a recruitment program, 1978, May 1

  • Box 24, Folder 4
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Note from Vannie Taylor, apologizing for being unable to attend the "Women of the Year" banquet, 1978, May 2

  • Box 24, Folder 4
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Letter from County Judge Mitch McConnell to Patricia Elam, regarding funding for the R. A. P. E. Relief Center, 1978, May 3

  • Box 24, Folder 4
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Letter from Virginia Collins Burbank to the KWAC, regarding tickets to the "Women of the Year" banquet, 1978, May 3

  • Box 24, Folder 4
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Handwritten letter from "Rene" to Elam, regarding tickets to the "Women of the Year" banquet, 1978, May 3

  • Box 24, Folder 4
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Handwritten note from "Kizzie" to Elam, regarding tickets to the "Women of the Year" banquet, 1978, May 4

  • Box 24, Folder 4
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Letter from Charlotte Eady of the Department of Housing and Urban Development, to Elam, thanking her for her help in a recruitment program, 1978, May 4

  • Box 24, Folder 4
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Handwritten letter from "Martha" to Elam, regarding tickets to the "Women of the Year" banquet, 1978, May 9

  • Box 24, Folder 4
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Handwritten note regarding tickets to the "Women of the Year" banquet, 1978, May 9

  • Box 24, Folder 4
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Handwritten note from Nancy Thurman of Church Women United, regarding tickets to the "Women of the Year" banquet, 1978, Early May

  • Box 24, Folder 4
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Handwritten note from Rebecca Westerfield, regarding a financial contribution, 1978, Early May

  • Box 24, Folder 4
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Handwritten note from Betty Hickey to Elam, regarding tickets to the "Women of the Year" banquet; includes 2 tickets, 1978, May 11

  • Box 24, Folder 4
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Letter from Representative Carl Perkins to Elam and Allie Hixson, regarding an age amendment to the Displaced Homemakers Bill, 1978, May 12

  • Box 24, Folder 4
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Letter from Representative Romano Mazzoli to Martha Pickering, regarding an age amendment to the Displaced Homemakers Bill; includes a note from Pickering on the envelope, 1978, May 15

  • Box 24, Folder 4
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Letter from Representative William Natcher to Elam, responding to a letter concerning H. R. 6075, 1978, May 17

  • Box 24, Folder 4
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Handwritten letter from Rosalind Thomas of the White House Office, regarding the attached information on the modification of veterans' preference in the Civil Service Reform Bill, 1978, May 17

  • Box 24, Folder 4
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Letter from Elam to "Member of the Kentucky Congressional Delegation," expressing support for President Carter's proposed modifications of the veterans' preference provisions of the Civil Service Reform Bill, 1978, May 22

  • Box 24, Folder 4
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Letter from Representative Carroll Hubbard to Elam, regarding an anti-abortion amendment to H. R. 6075, 1978, May 22

  • Box 24, Folder 4
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Letter from Representative Carl Perkins to Elam, responding to a letter concerning the Pregnancy Disability Bill, H. R. 6075; 2 copies, 1978, May 22

  • Box 24, Folder 4
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Handwritten note from LaRene Epstein to Elam, regarding the "Women of the Year" banquet and other Agenda-related events; includes 8 tickets to the banquet, 1978, May 23

  • Box 24, Folder 4
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Handwritten card from Mae Street Kidd to Elam, thanking her for the "Woman of the Year" award, 1978, May 24

  • Box 24, Folder 4
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Copy of a handwritten letter from Elam to Barbara Rhoads, regarding a photo of the "Women of the Year" banquet; includes a to-do list for the weekend of the banquet, 1978, May 25

  • Box 24, Folder 4
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Copy of a handwritten letter from Elam to Naomi Barko, Associate Editor of Women's Agenda; regards the "Women of the Year" banquet and KWAC billboards, 1978, May 25

  • Box 24, Folder 4
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Handwritten draft of a letter from Elam to Lindsy Van Gelder of Ms. Magazine; regards the activities of the KWAC; includes a note from Allie Hixson, requesting that Elam write the letter, 1978, May 26

  • Box 24, Folder 4
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Letter from Representative Romano Mazzoli to Elam, regarding the Civil Service Reform Bill, 1978, May 26

  • Box 24, Folder 4
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Letter from Representative Carroll Hubbard to Elam, regarding the Civil Service Reform Bill, 1978, May 30

  • Box 24, Folder 4
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Memo from the KWAC Executive Committee to organization leaders, regarding an upcoming meeting; 3 copies, 1978, May 30

  • Box 24, Folder 4
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Letter from the National Women's Education Fund to "Friend," requesting a donation; includes a reply envelope, 1978, May

  • Box 24, Folder 4
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Letter from Elam to "Sisters," announcing her resignation from the KWAC; 3 copies, 1978, June 1

  • Box 24, Folder 5
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Letter from Senator Wendell Ford to Elam, responding to a letter concerning the Civil Service Reform Bill, 1978, June 1

  • Box 24, Folder 5
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Handwritten letter from Martha Pickering of the National Organization for Women, to Elam, regarding the attached letter from Dave Williams, 1978, June 3

  • Box 24, Folder 5
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Handwritten postcard from Terri Tepper of the Center for a Woman's Own Name, to Elam, regarding a bill allowing married women to use their birth-given names on their drivers' licenses, 1978, June 3

  • Box 24, Folder 5
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Letter from Louisville Mayor William Stansbury to Elam, regarding funding for the YWCA R. A. P. E. Relief Center, 1978, June 7

  • Box 24, Folder 5
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Handwritten letter from Martha Pickering, regarding displaced homemakers, the Equal Rights Amendment in Illinois, and a march on Washington, 1978, June 11

  • Box 24, Folder 5
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Letter from Senator Walter Huddleston to Elam, responding to a letter concerning proposals for the reorganization of government personnel, 1978, June 16

  • Box 24, Folder 5
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Handwritten draft of a letter from Elam to Tom Dudgeon of Sheehy-Dudgeon and Associates, thanking him for his assistance with the KWAC billboard campaign, 1978, June 19

  • Box 24, Folder 5
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Letter from Chris Simpson of the Public Broadcasting Service, to "Friends," regarding the broadcast of the documentary "Who Remembers Mama", 1978, June 27

  • Box 24, Folder 5
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Letter from Naomi Barko, Associate Editor of Women's Agenda, to Elam, regarding a photograph that the magazine did not have room to use, 1978, July 7

  • Box 24, Folder 5
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Letter from Pat Elam to Allie Hixson, announcing Elam's resignation from the KWAC, [1978]

  • Box 24, Folder 5
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Form letter from Harvey Slone to Elam, requesting a donation to his campaign for Governor; includes a reply card and envelope, [1978]

  • Box 24, Folder 5
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Letter from Karen Mulhauser to "Friend," requesting a donation to the National Abortion Rights Action League; includes a page of information about the anti-abortion movement, n. d.

  • Box 24, Folder 5
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Envelopes

Various envelopes addressed to the Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition, 1978, May - June

  • Box 24, Folder 6
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Essays

"Domestic Abuse: The Legislative Response," an essay by Karen Jones of the Appalachian Research and Defense Fund, 1978, February 21

  • Box 24, Folder 7
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Fact Sheets

Fact sheets concerning the Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition and its priority issues, [1977 - 1978]

  • Box 24, Folder 8
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Financial Records

Receipts, notes, and statements concerning the finances of the Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition, 1977 - 1978

  • Box 24, Folder 9
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Flyers

Flyers concerning the Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition and related events, 1978

  • Box 24, Folder 10
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Job Descriptions

Descriptions of several jobs in the Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition, 1977, March 19

  • Box 24, Folder 11
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Lists

List of KWAC member organizations and legislative proposals, [1978, February 17]

  • Box 24, Folder 12
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Logos

Two copies of the logo of the Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition, n. d.

  • Box 24, Folder 13
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Mailing Lists

Mailing lists from the Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition, 1977 - 1978

  • Box 24, Folder 14
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Maps

Map of Kentucky counties, from the Chamber of Commerce, [1966, March]

  • Box 25, Folder 1
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Meeting Agendas

Agendas from KWAC meetings and the "Women of the Year" banquet, 1977 - 1978

  • Box 25, Folder 2
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Meeting Minutes

Minutes of meetings of the Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition and its subcommittes, 1977, February - December

  • Box 25, Folder 3
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Minutes of meetings of the Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition, 1978, January - June

  • Box 25, Folder 4
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Meeting Roll-Calls

Lists of attendees at KWAC meetings, 1977 - 1978

  • Box 25, Folder 5
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Membership Lists

Lists of KWAC member organizations; applications for membership and for receiving more information about the Coalition, 1977 - 1978

  • Box 25, Folder 6
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Name Tags

Three name tags believed to have been used at the "Women of the Year" banquet, 1978, May 13

  • Box 25, Folder 7
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Newsletters

Information about the KWAC, sent to leaders of women's organizations, 1976 - 1977

  • Box 25, Folder 8
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Notes

Various notes concerning the Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition, [1977 - 1978]

  • Box 25, Folder 9
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Petitions

Letter to Senator Robert Martin, soliciting his support for the Displaced Homemakers Bill, 1978, February 27

  • Box 25, Folder 10
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Poems

A poem about Elam and other women involved with the Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition, [1978]

  • Box 25, Folder 11
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Press Releases

Various press releases from the Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition, 1978, January - May

  • Box 25, Folder 12
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Proposals

Legislative proposals from the Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition, [1978]

  • Box 25, Folder 13
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Publications, Legal

Bills supported by the Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition, with related clippings from Congressional Record and Legislative Record, 1977 - 1978

  • Box 25, Folder 14
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Reservation Lists

List of reservations for the "Women of the Year" banquet, 1978, May 13

  • Box 25, Folder 15
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Resolutions

Resolutions relating to rape, domestic violence, and displaced homemakers, [1977 - 1978]

  • Box 25, Folder 16
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Sign-up Sheets

Sign-up sheets for lobbying and the "Women of the Year" banquet, 1978, January - April

  • Box 25, Folder 17
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Speeches

Handwritten drafts of three speeches relating to the Kentucky Women's Agenda Coalition, [1977 - 1978]

  • Box 25, Folder 18
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Statements

Statement of support for the KWAC legislative proposals, [1978, March 12]

  • Box 25, Folder 19
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Stationery

Letterhead from the KWAC Executive Committee, [1977]

  • Box 25, Folder 20
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Talking Points

Information about important women's issues, including the Equal Rights Amendment and women in the workforce, n. d.

  • Box 25, Folder 21
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Tally Sheets

Voting records of members of the Kentucky General Assembly, 1978, February - March

  • Box 25, Folder 22
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Testimonies

Testimony regarding H. B. 750, from Carole Morse of the YWCA Spouse Abuse Center, 1978, March 18

  • Box 25, Folder 23
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Tickets

Tickets for the "Women of the Year" banquet, 1978

  • Box 25, Folder 24
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Kentucky Women's Political Caucus

Biographies

Biographies of candidates for the State Policy Council, n. d.

  • Box 26, Folder 1
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Bumper Stickers

Four bumper stickers featuring the name and logo of the Kentucky Women's Political Caucus, [1972]

  • Box 26, Folder 2
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Bylaws

Bylaws of the Kentucky Women's Political Caucus, 1971 - 1974

  • Box 26, Folder 3
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Bylaws of the Kentucky Women's Political Caucus, 1976

  • Box 26, Folder 4
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Charts

Charts concerning general strategy, the State Policy Council, and telephone procedure, 1973 - [1974]

  • Box 26, Folder 5
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Clippings

Various clippings concerning the Kentucky Women's Political Caucus, 1971 - 1972

  • Box 26, Folder 6
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Various clippings concerning the Kentucky Women's Political Caucus, 1973 - 1974

  • Box 26, Folder 7
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Various clippings concerning the Kentucky Women's Political Caucus, 1975 - 1976

  • Box 26, Folder 8
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Various clippings concerning the Kentucky Women's Political Caucus, 1977 - 1978

  • Box 26, Folder 9
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Committee Assignments

Lists of members of various KWPC committees, 1972 - [1974]

  • Box 26, Folder 10
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Conferences

Agendas, flyers, and registration forms for KWPC conferences, 1972 - 1974

  • Box 26, Folder 11
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Conventions

Agendas, biographies, flyers, invitation lists, programs, registration forms, and reports from KWPC conventions, 1971 - 1977

  • Box 26, Folder 12
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Correspondence

Letter from the KWPC Organizing Committee to "Friend," regarding a convention in Louisville; 2 copies, 1971, August

  • Box 27, Folder 1
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Letter from Student Body Vice President Rebecca Westerfield to Senator John Sherman Cooper, regarding a sex discrimination complaint filed against the University of Kentucky by the Women's Equity Action League, 1971, October 22

  • Box 27, Folder 1
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Handwritten note to Elam, regarding a meeting of the Policy Council; written on a meeting reminder notice, 1972, January 26

  • Box 27, Folder 1
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Postcard from the Policy Council to the Kentucky Women's Political Caucus, urging members to pressure their legislators to support extended public assistance programs, 1972, January 28

  • Box 27, Folder 1
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Postcard from the Policy Council to the Kentucky Women's Political Caucus, regarding an upcoming meeting to discuss delegate selection procedures, 1972, February

  • Box 27, Folder 1
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Letter from Rebecca Westerfield and Pam Elam to "Senator," regarding amendments to H. B. 430; 3 copies, 1972, March 15

  • Box 27, Folder 1
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Letter from Rebecca Westerfield to "Sisters," regarding the Kentucky Civil Rights Act, delegate selection procedures, and other issues of interest to the KWPC; 3 copies, 1972, March 20

  • Box 27, Folder 1
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Letter from Representative Bella Abzug to "Concerned Woman," inviting her to participate in the Women's Roundtable on Delegate Selection, 1972 [April 1]

  • Box 27, Folder 1
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Letter from Rebecca Westerfield, summarizing the last meeting of the Policy Council and providing the date for the next meeting; 2 copies, 1972, April 25

  • Box 27, Folder 1
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Letter from Elam to Ms. McMichael of the National Women's Political Caucus; requests a speaker for an upcoming KWPC convention, 1972, May 18

  • Box 27, Folder 1
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Letter from Senator John Sherman Cooper to Rebecca Westerfield, regarding the Equal Rights Amendment, 1972, May 29

  • Box 27, Folder 1
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Handwritten letter from Rebecca Westerfield to Elam, regarding a Democratic Party resolution and a meeting in Washington, DC; includes suggested resolutions from the Wisconsin Women's Political Caucus and a draft resolution from Westerfield, 1972, May 30

  • Box 27, Folder 1
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Draft of a letter from Elam to Representative Bella Abzug, asking her to speak at a KWPC conference, 1972, June 22

  • Box 27, Folder 1
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Draft of a letter from Elam to Representative Bella Abzug, asking her to speak at a KWPC conference, 1972, June 26

  • Box 27, Folder 1
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Draft of a letter from Elam to Representative Bella Abzug, asking her to speak at a KWPC conference, 1972, June 26

  • Box 27, Folder 1
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Draft of a letter from Elam to Representative Bella Abzug, asking her to speak at a KWPC conference, 1972, June 26

  • Box 27, Folder 1
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Letter from Elam to Representative Bella Abzug, asking her to speak at a KWPC conference; 2 copies, 1972, June 26

  • Box 27, Folder 1
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Notice of an upcoming meeting of the KWPC Policy Council, 1972, July 8

  • Box 27, Folder 1
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Letter from Kenneth E. Brandenburgh, Associate Dean of Students, to Susan Tomasky, informing her that the KWPC has been registered as a student organization at the University of Kentucky, 1972, September 7

  • Box 27, Folder 1
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Handwritten postcard from "J. C. D." to Elam, regarding an upcoming meeting of the Ad Hoc Committee to Determine Caucus Composition Guidelines, 1972, November 26

  • Box 27, Folder 1
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Letter from the Socialist Caucus, reaffirming their commitment to the KWPC and inviting KWPC members to attend Socialist Caucus meetings, 1972, November 28

  • Box 27, Folder 1
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Letter from Bee Johnston to Elam, regarding an upcoming meeting of the KWPC Policy Council, 1972, December 10

  • Box 27, Folder 1
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Letter from Galen Martin of the Kentucky Commission on Human Rights, to Elam, regarding an article in the Courier; includes a directory of black elected officials and three related memoranda, 1973, January 19

  • Box 27, Folder 2
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Open letter to Kentucky women, from Representative Bella Abzug; urges women to attend the State Convention of the Kentucky Women's Political Caucus; 3 copies, 1973, February

  • Box 27, Folder 2
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Letter from the Kentucky Women's Political Caucus, regarding voting for the State Policy Council and for KWPC resolutions; includes brief biographies of Policy Council candidates, a copy of the bylaws passed at the State Convention, and information about an interview with Bella Abzug, 1973, March 21

  • Box 27, Folder 2
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Letter from the Office of the Attorney General to Rebecca Westerfield, regarding the power of the legislature to rescind the Equal Rights Amendment, 1973, August 13

  • Box 27, Folder 2
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Letter from Debby Grayson and Josephine Donovan to "Caucus Member," regarding the upcoming election and lobbying effort; includes three pages of information about candidates for the state legislature, 1973, October 28

  • Box 27, Folder 2
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Notice of an upcoming meeting of the State Convention Planning Committee, 1974, February 20

  • Box 27, Folder 3
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Memo from Sharon O'Hara to the State Convention Committee, regarding the agenda of the next meeting, 1974, March 7

  • Box 27, Folder 3
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Letter from "Bee" to Elam, regarding a check, an upcoming meeting, and suggestions for KWPC bylaws, 1974, March 21

  • Box 27, Folder 3
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Memo from Sharon O'Hara to the Kentucky Women's Political Caucus, confirming an upcoming meeting of the Planning Committee, 1974, April 3

  • Box 27, Folder 3
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Memo from Sharon O'Hara to the State Policy Council, regarding items to be discussed at an upcoming meeting of the Convention Committee; includes two resolution forms, a copy of the Convention rules, and a proposed set of bylaws, 1974, April 8

  • Box 27, Folder 3
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Agenda / registration form for the State Convention; 3 copies, 1974, April 26 - 27

  • Box 27, Folder 3
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Letter from Judy Tipton to the Editor of the Herald-Leader, complimenting the newspaper on its coverage of Kentucky laws affecting women; 2 copies, 1974, June 3

  • Box 27, Folder 3
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Memo from Sharon O'Hara to Elam and four other women, requesting that they serve on the Executive Committee, 1974, July 9

  • Box 27, Folder 3
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Handwritten draft of a letter to "Representative," urging the Representative to vote for the impeachment of President Nixon, 1974, Early August

  • Box 27, Folder 3
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Letter to Representative Carl Perkins, urging him to vote for the impeachment of President Nixon, 1974, August 11

  • Box 27, Folder 3
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Letter from Pauline Jones to the KWPC Policy Council, regarding the possible recision of the Equal Rights Amendment, 1975, April 29

  • Box 27, Folder 3
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Letter from Elam to the KWPC State Policy Council, regarding possible meeting dates, 1976, January 12

  • Box 27, Folder 4
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Letters from Elam to two television stations, regarding a public service announcement, 1976, January 14

  • Box 27, Folder 4
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Handwritten note from Patsy Sloan to Elam, regarding possible meeting dates for the Policy Council, 1976, January 15

  • Box 27, Folder 4
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Letter from Elam to the State Policy Council, regarding an upcoming meeting; 2 copies, 1976, January 29

  • Box 27, Folder 4
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Letter from Elam to Lieutenant Governor Thelma Stovall, inviting her to a reception in her honor at the KWPC State Convention; includes a note with Stovall's response, 1976, February 9

  • Box 27, Folder 4
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Letter from Elam to Carrol Smith of the Kentucky Commission on Women, inviting members of the Commission to participate in the KWPC State Convention, 1976, February 18

  • Box 27, Folder 4
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Letter from Elam to "Jane," requesting that the National Women's Political Caucus aid in obtaining a keynote speaker for the KWPC State Convention, 1976, February 26

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Note from Judy Tipton to Elam, regarding money for phone calls for the KWPC State Convention, 1976, March 21

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Card from "Patsy" to Elam, congratulating her on the success of the KWPC State Convention, [1976], April 6

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Letter from the KWPC State Policy Council to Mayor Pettit, urging funding for the Lexington Rape Crisis Center, 1976, May 2

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Letter from Lexington Mayor H. Foster Pettit to the KWPC State Policy Council, regarding funding for the Rape Crisis Center, 1976, June 18

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Handwritten draft of a letter from the KWPC State Policy Council to the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Council, condemning the decision not to fund the Lexington Rape Crisis Center, 1976, August 22

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Reply card with checklist of activities to be done for the Pam Miller campaign; one blank copy, and one copy partially filled out by Elam, n. d.

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Handwritten note from Ann Fremd to Elam, regarding an unspecified document, n. d.

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Handwritten letter from Ann Fremd to Elam, regarding a tape, a newsletter, and a telephone bill, n. d.

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Blank membership form for the Kentucky Women's Political Caucus, n. d.

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Notice of a May 12 meeting of the KWPC Policy Council, n. d.

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Statement from the Kentucky Women's Political Caucus, the Lexington Women's Political Caucus, and the University of Kentucky Council on Women's Concerns, to members of the Kentucky General Assembly, advocating support for the Equal Rights Amendment, n. d.

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Handwritten postcard from "Sharon" to Elam, regarding the state convention and a newsletter article on the Equal Rights Amendment, n. d.

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Envelopes

Two envelopes that mention the Kentucky Women's Political Caucus, [1972 - 1974]

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Fact Sheets

One fact sheet about the Kentucky Women's Political Caucus, and one fact sheet about women's caucuses in general, [1973]

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Financial Records

Statements of mailing expenses, and a list of suggested budget priorities, 1973, February 5

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Flyers

Various flyers from the Kentucky Women's Political Caucus, 1973 - 1978

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Folders

Nine folders that originally contained resolutions from the Kentucky Women's Political Caucus, 1974

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Four folders and a binder from the Kentucky Women's Political Caucus, n. d.

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Guidelines

Guidelines and structure of the Kentucky Women's Political Caucus, including lists of priority issues and suggestions for organizing political action, 1971, September 18 - 19

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Invitations

Invitations to three receptions sponsored by the Kentucky Women's Political Caucus, 1972 - 1977

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Job Descriptions

Tasks and duties of the Coordinator, Treasurer, Chairpeople, and Executive Assistant of the Kentucky Women's Political Caucus, 1973 [August - September]

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Mailing Lists

Mailing lists from the Kentucky Women's Political Caucus, including registration lists from a conference and a convention, 1972 - 1973

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Maps

Maps of Bowling Green and Kentucky counties, [1974, April]

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Meeting Agendas

Three copies of an agenda from a meeting of the Kentucky Women's Political Caucus, 1974, July 28

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Meeting Minutes

Minutes from meetings of the Kentucky Women's Political Caucus and its subcommittees, 1971 - 1976

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Meeting Roll-Calls

Names and addresses of attendees at KWPC meetings; two blank cards for responding to an invitation to a Policy Council meeting, 1974 - 1976

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Membership Cards

Elam's 1976 membership card for the Kentucky Women's Political Caucus, 1976

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Miscellaneous

Two copies of a list of restaurants; several strips of paper with words relating to the Kentucky Women's Political Caucus, n. d.

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Newsletters

Newsletters and newsletter templates from the Kentucky Women's Political Caucus, 1971 - 1973, January

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Newsletters from the Kentucky Women's Political Caucus, 1973, August - 1977

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Notes

Notes concerning the Kentucky Women's Political Caucus and its activities, [1972 - 1974]

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Pamphlets

Two different pamphlets and a pamphlet template from the Kentucky Women's Political Caucus, [1974] - 1976

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Proposals

Proposals for KWPC conferences, procedures, and priority issues; a proposal for a severance tax on coal, [1974, July 28]

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Reports

Reports on KWPC conventions, structure, and affirmative action; condensed version of a report on Presidential candidates, 1971 - 1976

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Resolutions

Resolutions and blank resolution forms from the Kentucky Women's Political Caucus, 1973 - 1974

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Resolutions and blank resolution forms from the Kentucky Women's Political Caucus, 1974 - 1976

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Rules

Rules for KWPC state conventions, 1973 - 1974

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Speeches

Two copies of a speech by Rebecca Westerfield; several index cards with notes for a speech by Elam, 1971 - [1972]

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Statements

Statements from and about the Kentucky Women's Political Caucus and the Socialist Caucus, 1971 - [1972]

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Stationery

An envelope and two styles of letterhead from the Kentucky Women's Political Caucus, n. d.

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Talking Points

Priority issues of the Kentucky Women's Political Caucus, 1971, September 19

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Tally Sheets

Votes for KWPC bylaws, committee members, and resolutions, 1974, April 6

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Lexington Women's Center

Calendars

Schedule of meetings and conferences in early 1974, [1974, January]

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Clippings

Clippings concerning the Women's Center and its activities, including the "Women and the Law" and "Women and Health" workshops, 1973 - 1974, April

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Clippings concerning the Women's Center and its activities, including a rape awareness workshop and the planning of the Rape Crisis Center, 1944, May - 1976

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Conferences

Three copies of an agenda for a conference on women in the law, 1974, February 9

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Correspondence

Handwritten letter from LaRene Epstein to Elam; provides the address of a Dr. Beverly Ann Smith, 1974, March 14

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Letter from Mary Ellen Solomon to Natalie Wilson, regarding the Articles of Incorporation for the Women's Center of Lexington; includes a draft of the incorporation papers with comments from both Solomon and Wilson; also includes a handwritten note concerning the papers, [1974, April]

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Handwritten note from Dianne Marion to Elam, regarding a letter to be sent to the Herald-Leader newspaper,, 1974, May 31

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Letter from Attorney Natalie Wilson to Elam, regarding the Articles of Incorporation for the Women's Center of Lexington; includes a copy of the incorporation papers and a letter from Sheila Winett, 1974, June 14

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Handwritten note from Judy Tipton to "Mary Ellen," regarding a questionnaire on female sexuality; includes a copy of the questionnaire, 1974, June 19

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Handwritten letter from Kathy Ellison of the Dayton Women's Center, to Elam, requesting information from the Lexington Women's Center; includes five pages of information about the Dayton center, 1974, July 2

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Handwritten note from Pat Crowley to Elam, thanking her for a brochure, 1974, July 4

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Letter from Elam to "Women's Center Supporter," regarding a financial contribution to the Center; includes a reciept for an eight-dollar pledge from Elam, 1974, July 14

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Letter from Elam to "Women's Center Supporter," regarding a financial contribution to the Center; 3 copies, 1974, July 14

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Letter from Terrie Isaac to Elam, offering financial and other support to the Women's Center; includes a handwritten draft of Elam's response, 1974, July 28

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Letter from Ruth Ann McCulley, Executive Director of the Young Women's Christian Association, authorizing Elam to enter the YWCA building, 1974, August 16

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Letter from Elam to Barbara Banks of the American Association of State Colleges and Universities, regarding possible funding for the Women's Center; includes a page of information about the Center, [1974]

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Handwritten note from "Mary Ellen" to Elam, regarding a newspaper article about Elam; includes a copy of the article, [1974]

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Handwritten letter from "Nancy" to Elam, regarding meetings at Fellowship Church, [1974]

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Directories

The Lexington Women's Yellow Pages and other directories of organizations of interest to women, 1974 - 1976

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Envelopes

Three envelopes addressed to Elam, 1973 - 1974

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Flyers

Flyers for a rape awareness workshop and a garage sale, 1974 - [1975]

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Mailing Lists

Mailing lists from the United States Department of Labor, the Metropolitan Louisville Women's Political Caucus, and the Democratic Woman's Club of Kentucky, 1973 - [1974]

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Two mailing lists from the Kentucky Commission on Women, [1974]

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Mailing list from the Kentucky Commission on Women, [1974]

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Various mailing lists, including one from the Louisville chapter of the National Organization for Women, [1974]

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