Series 5
Social issues subject files, 1967-1986
Boxes 28-33, OP 16-18, OH 5-8

Scope and Content Note

Social issues subject files, Series 5, consists of printed material and clippings collected by Martha Gaines on topics of interest and importance to her as an advocate of human rights and civil liberties. In particular, the women's rights movement and its history is well documented. Also included in this series is correspondence on related social issues with correspondents including Jimmy Carter, Wyche Fowler, Sam Nunn, and Herman Talmadge.

Arrangement Note

Arranged in alphabetical order.

Abortion
Box Folder Content
28 1 Correspondence, 1975-1976
28 2 Clippings, 1980
Affirmative Action
28 3 Correspondence: Board of Education: City of Atlanta Schools, 1972-1973
28 4 Correspondence and publications: Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, 1971-1972, 1975
28 5 Correspondence and collected material: MARTA, 1974-1975, 1978-1980, no date
Alimony
28 6 Clipping and memorandum, 1979, no date
Black Women
28 7 Collected material, 1969
Civil Liberties: Publications and Clippings
28 8 The Crisis, 1980-1981
28 9 Evergreen, vol. 1, no. 2, 1980 December
28 10 The Nation's Press Views the Landmark Suit that is Uncovering FBI and CIA Crimes, part I and II, 1976
28 11 Clippings, 1974, 1978
Children
28 12 Education: Georgia Congress of Parents and Teachers, 1977-1980, no date
28 13 Employment: Printed material, 1967, n.d.
Displaced Homemaker
28 14 Legislation, 1978, no date
Maternity and Family Planning
28 15 Printed material, 1970, 1972, 1974, 1980
Renters Rights
28 16 Printed material, no date
Sexism
28 17 Position papers, 1978, no date
28 18 Advertising: Printed material, no date
28 19 Bias: Clippings, 1970-1972, 1975, 1981, n. d.
28 20 Cartoons, 1978-1981
28 21 Professions and sports: Clippings, 1970-1972
28 22 Stereotyping: Children's literature, no date
28 23 Stereotyping: Sex-role, 1972, no date
28 24 Television, 1970-1971
Sexual Desegregation: Title IX
28 25 Correspondence, 1978-1979
Sexual Discrimination
28 26 Correspondence, 1972-1975, 1978-1979
28 27 Higher education: Correspondence and collected material, 1969-1970, no date
28 28 Occupational standards: Printed material, 19 August 1968
School Closings: O'Keefe Middle School
29 1 Correspondence and reports, 1978-1979
Tort Reform: Reports
29 2 "Proposed Report of the Governor's Advisory Committee on Tort Reform," 20 November 1986
29 3 "Effects of Florida Tort Bill on Rates: O," 3 December 1986
Miscellaneous Issues
29 4 Correspondence, 1967, 1978, 1981-1982, 1984
29 5 American History Illustrated, 1983 February-April, October
Women's Rights Causes: History of Women's Movement: Collected Source Material
30 1 American Women: Their Use and Abuse, 1969 [photocopy]
30 2 The Hidden History of the Female, no date [photocopy]
30 3 "The Building of the Gilded Cage," no date [photocopy]
30 4 "Jane Crow and the Law," 10 October 1969 [photocopy]
30 5 "Liberation...for Half a Race?" 1971 April/May [photocopy]
30 6 "...What Time of Night It Is," 1973 [photocopy]
30 7 Women: A Journal of Liberation: "Women in history: A recreation of our past," vol. 1, no. 3, 1970 Spring
30 8 Women's Center Course: Lecture One: Women in Primitive and Ancient Worlds, no date [photocopy] [For additional information on the Women's Center SEE ALSO Women's Center, Series 2, Box 22: folder 18, OP 13-14]
30 9 "The Women's Movement," no date
30 10 "Women Physicians," 1971 January
30 11 Other printed material, 1970, 1978, 1981, no date
AV1 - Women's Lib, Annette W., [original: audio cassette], no date
AV1 - Gaines A. W. L. C., [original: audio cassette], no date
AV1 - Women's Lib 3, [original: audio cassette], no date
AV1 - Feminist History, YWCA evening course led by Kennon Garofalo, September 29, 1971 [orginal: audio cassette]
Women's Rights Causes: Collected Publications: Newsletters
31 1 Page One, 1973-1974
31 2 The Spokeswoman, 1970-1973
31 3 WEAL Washington Report, 1971-1973
31 4 The Woman Activist, 1971-1973
31 5 The Woman's Column, 31 November 1900
31 6 Women Today, 1971
31 7 Women Today, 1972
31 8 Women Today, 1973
Women's Rights Causes: Collected Printed Material
OP1 14 Atlanta Women's News, vol. 4, no. 3, 1987 March
32 1 "Backlash Against Women's Lib! They're a Bunch of Frustrated Hags," 9 March 1971
32 2 But What Have You Done for Me Lately? no date [play]
32 3 Challenge to Become a Doctor, no date
32 4 Child Care Arrangements of Working Mothers in the United States, no date
32 5 "The Feminist Frustration," 1970 June
32 6 A Matter of Simple Justice, 1970 April
OP1 15 The Militant, vol. 34, no. 33, 1970 September 11
32 7 More Hurdles to Clear: Women and Girls in Competitive Athletics, 1980 July
32 8 Ms., 1973 May, July
32 9 Ms., 1978 August-November
32 10 Ms., 1979 May, December, 1980 April, June
32 11 The Myth of Women's Inferiority, 1954
32 12 "The New Feminism," 21 February 1970 [photocopy]
32 13 New Woman, 1983 May
OP17 New York Feminist, vol. 2, no. 23, 1970 May 21
32 14 No Credit for Women, 1973 February
32 15 Notes from the Second Year: Women's Liberation: Major Writings of the Radical Feminists, 1970
32 16 Notes on Women's Liberation: We Speak in Many Voices, 1970 January
OP17 Off Our Backs, 1971 February 12
Women's Rights Causes: Collected Printed Material
33 1 Report of the Committee on Education of the President's Commission on the Status of Women, 1963 October
33 2 Report of the Committee on Home and Community of the President's Commission on the Status of Women, 1963 October
33 3 Report of the Committee on Social Insurance and Taxes of the President's Commission on the Status of Women, 1963 October
33 4 "The Rage of Women," 16 December 1969
33 5 Raising Children in a Changing Society, 1976-1977
33 6 Report on the Status of Males and Females in Vocational Education in Georgia, 1980
OP1 16 Southern Feminist, vol. 2, no. 3, 1985 May-June
33 7 Voices for Women: Report of the President's Advisory Committee for Women, 1980
33 8 "Women Against Men," 1970 March
33 9 Women: A Journal of Liberation: "Inherent Nature or Cultural Conditioning?," 1969 Fall
33 10 Women: A Journal of Liberation: "In the Arts," 1970 Fall
33 11 Women: A Journal of Liberation: "Women As Workers Under Capitalism," 1971
33 12 Women Are Human, 1973
33 13 Women's Heritage Calendar and Almanac, 1970-1971
33 14 "Women in Revolt," 23 March 1970
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