Subseries 1.3
Reagan Administration, 1983-1985
Boxes 18 - 19, OP1

Scope and Content Note

The subseries consists of materials relating to Eliza Paschall's position as Associate Director of the White House Office of Public Liaison from 1984-1985. Serving under Faith Whittlesey and then Linda Chavez, Paschall advocated President Ronald Reagan's policy to various minority and women's groups. Materials include correspondence, printed material, press releases and writings, as well as subject files. Notable contents include letters of recommendation to a position at the United States Commission on Civil Rights, applied to before taking the position at the White House, as well as writings representing the President's response to the United Nations Decade for Women in 1985.

Arrangement Note

Arranged by record type, then by subject.

Box Folder Content
18 1 Correspondence, undated
18 2 Correspondence, 1984 May-1985 January
18 3 Correspondence, 1985 February-April
18 4 Correspondence, 1985 May-November
18 5 Grant application materials, 1984 October-1985 August
18 6 Personnel files, 1984 May - 1985 May
18 7 Printed material, 1983-1985
OP1 1 Printed Material, 1984
19 1 Reports, 1983-1985
19 2 Press releases, 1984 August - 1985 May
19 3 Schedules, 1985 February-May
19 4 Writings, 1982-1985 [1 of 2]
19 5 Writings, 1982-1985 [2 of 2]
19 6 Chavez, Linda, 1984-1985
19 7 United Nations Decade for Women, 1984 July-1985 July [1 of 2]
19 8 United Nations Decade for Women, 1984 July-1985 July [2 of 2]
19 9 Women's Equality Day, 1984-1985
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