Series 2
Subject files, 1933-1987
Boxes 21 - 67, OP2, BV1

Scope and Content Note

The series consists of subject files collected from 1933-1987 on political issues at the local, state and national level. Over the course of her career, Eliza Paschall collected materials relating to civil rights, feminism, and the federal government's attempts to resolve these issues, as well as the rise of New Right conservatism in the 1980s. The subject files contain articles, reports, and correspondence and newsletters from various organizations. Of interest are materials from Paschall's involvement with organizations like the Atlanta chapter of the National Organization for Women, the Georgia Commission on the Status of Women, the Southern Regional Council, and the International Women's Year. Equally notable are reference materials for her public opposition to the Equal Rights Amendment and Comparable Worth legislation.

Arrangement Note

Arranged in alphabetical order by subject.

Box Folder Content
21 1 50 States Project, undated
21 2 Abortion, 1972-1986
21 3 Abzug, Bella, 1978
21 4 Advertising, undated
21 5 Advisory Committee on the Economic Role of Women, 1972
21 6 Affirmative Action, 1971-1986 [1 of 4]
21 7 Affirmative Action, 1971-1986 [2 of 4]
21 8 Affirmative Action, 1971-1986 [3 of 4]
21 9 Affirmative Action, 1971-1986 [4 of 4]
21 10 Affirmative Action Roundtable, 1985 July-1986 March [1 of 2]
22 1 Affirmative Action Roundtable, 1985 July-1986 March [2 of 2]\
22 2 African Americans, 1965-1985 [1 of 2]
22 3 African Americans, 1965-1985 [2 of 2]
22 4 African Americans in Atlanta, Georgia, 1957-1968
22 5 African Americans in United States government, 1977
22 6 Aging, undated
22 7 Agnes Scott College, 1934-1938
22 8 Agnes Scott College, 1948-1988
22 9 Agnes Scott College, Agnes Scott Alumnae Quarterly, 1970-1986
22 10 Agnes Scott College, Class of 1938 questionnaire, 1979-1981 [1 of 3]
23 1 Agnes Scott College, Class of 1938 questionnaire, 1979-1981 [2 of 3]
23 2 Agnes Scott College, Class of 1938 questionnaire, 1979-1981 [3 of 3]
BV1 Agnes Scott College, The Silhouette, 1936
23 3 American Association of University Women, report, "Project: Women on Campus - Georgia's College Students, administrators, and Faculty," circa 1971
23 4 American Civil Liberties Union, 1963-1978
23 5 American Friends Service Committee, 1961-1966
23 6 American Life Lobby, 1984 March
23 7 American Red Cross, 1944-1984
23 8 Anthony, Susan B., 1973, undated
23 9 Anti-Defamation League of B'Nai Brith, 1980
23 10 Ashkinaze, Carole, 1981-1986
23 11 Association of American Colleges, 1978
23 12 Atlanta, Georgia, 1947-1975 [1 of 2]
23 13 Atlanta, Georgia, 1947-1975 [2 of 2]
23 14 Atlanta Board of Education, 1964-1966
23 15 Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, 1959
23 16 Atlanta Children and Youth Services, 1967-1968
24 1 Atlanta city government, 1959-1968
24 2 Atlanta Committee for International Visitors, 1962
24 3 Atlanta Council of United Church Women, undated
24 4 The Atlanta Courier, 1968
24 5 Atlanta - Fulton County Economic Opportunity Committee, 1964
24 6 The Atlanta Inquirer, 1970-1978
24 7 Atlanta parks, 1968, undated
24 8 Atlanta Police Department, 1968
24 9 Atlanta Public Schools, undated
24 10 Atlanta Public Schools, 1954-1955
24 11 Atlanta Public Schools, 1956-1959
24 12 Atlanta Public Schools, 1960-1963
24 13 Atlanta Public Schools, 1964-1966 April
25 1 Atlanta Public Schools, 1966 May-December
25 2 Atlanta Public Schools, 1967-1968
25 3 Atlanta Public Schools, transfer students, 1961-1963
25 4 Atlanta, Georgia, recreation, 1967-1968
25 5 Atlanta Region Metropolitan Planning Commission, 1961-1964
25 6 Atlanta, Georgia, sanitation, undated
25 7 Atlanta School of Business, 1968
25 8 Atlanta Summit Leadership Conference, 1963
25 9 Atlanta Summit Leadership Conference, 1964
26 1 Atlanta Summit Leadership Conference, 1966-1968, undated
26 2 Atlanta University Center, undated
OP2 - Atlanta University Center, petition, "An Appeal for Human Rights," undated
26 3 Atlanta Urban Corps, 1976
26 4 Atlanta Urban League, 1960-1964
26 5 Atlanta Voice, 1977
26 6 ATRO telephone directories, 1969-1970
26 7 Berry College, 1974-1984 [1 of 2]
26 8 Berry College, 1974-1984 [2 of 2]
26 9 Black News Digest, 1979
26 10 Black Women Employment Project, 1974
26 11 Black Women's Coalition, 1973
26 12 Bond, Julian, 1966 January
26 13 Busbee, George, 1979-1981
27 1 Busing, 1954, 1972-1973
27 2 Calvary Temple, 1978-1982
27 3 Carolina Society for Training and Development, 1978
27 4 Carter, Jimmy, 1975-1980
27 5 Center for National Policy Review, 1977 January
27 6 Children, 1985
27 7 Christian Science, 1967-1981 [1 of 3]
27 8 Christian Science, 1967-1981 [2 of 3]
27 9 Christian Science, 1967-1981 [3 of 3]
27 10 Christian Science Monitor, 1974-1986 [1 of 2]
27 11 Christian Science Monitor, 1974-1986 [2 of 2]
28 1 Citizens Advice Bureaux Service, 1960-1964
28 2 Citizens Advisory Committee for Urban Renewal, 1965-1966
28 3 Citizens' Advisory Council on the Status of Women, 1972-1977
28 4 Citizens United for Research and Education, 1981-1983
28 5 Civil Rights, 1957-1981 [1 of 2]
28 6 Civil Rights, 1957-1981 [2 of 2]
28 7 Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title VII
28 8 Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX
29 1 Civil Rights Restoration Act, 1975-1986 [1 of 3]
29 2 Civil Rights Restoration Act, 1975-1986 [2 of 3]
29 3 Civil Rights Restoration Act, 1975-1986 [3 of 3]
29 4 Cochran, John Otis, 1970-1976
29 5 Coles, Martha, 1982-1983
29 6 Columbia High School, undated (Columbia, South Carolina)
29 7 Combined Federal Campaign, 1983
29 8 Commission on the Bicentennial of the United States Constitution, 1987
29 9 Committee for the Free World, 1983
29 10 Committee for the Humanities in Georgia, 1977-1979
29 11 Committee on Appeal for Human Rights, 1961-1963
29 12 Community Action Program, 1965
29 13 Community Civics Club, undated
30 1 Community Council of the Atlanta Area, Inc., 1964-1966
30 2 Comparable Worth, articles, 1980-1986
30 3 Comparable Worth, correspondence, 1982-1985
30 4 Comparable Worth, reference materials, 1974-1986 [1 of 4]
30 5 Comparable Worth, reference materials, 1974-1986 [2 of 4]
30 6 Comparable Worth, reference materials, 1974-1986 [3 of 4]
31 1 Comparable Worth, reference materials, 1974-1986 [4 of 4]
31 2 Comprehensive Employment and Training Act, 1973-1978 [1 of 2]
31 3 Comprehensive Employment and Training Act, 1973-1978 [2 of 2]
31 4 Congressional Black Caucus, 1971
31 5 Congress of Racial Equality, 1967
31 6 Conservatism, 1975-1986
31 7 County Unit System, 1950-1959
31 8 Court decisions, 1969-1986
31 9 Cuomo, Mario, 1984 July
31 10 Crime, 1977
31 11 Daughters of the American Revolution, 1981
31 12 DeKalb County, Georgia, 1955-1985
31 13 DeKalb County, Georgia, education, 1956-1967 [1 of 3]
32 1 DeKalb County, Georgia, education, 1956-1967 [2 of 3]
32 2 DeKalb County, Georgia, education, 1956-1967 [3 of 3]
32 3 Democratic Party, 1968-1984
32 4 Desegregation, 1961, undated
32 5 Desegregation and education, 1954-1966
32 6 Disabilities, 1977-1986
32 7 Displaced homemakers, 1971-1986 [1 of 3]
32 8 Displaced homemakers, 1971-1986 [2 of 3]
32 9 Displaced homemakers, 1971-1986 [3 of 3]
32 10 Dixie Hills neighborhood, 1967 (Atlanta, Georgia)
32 11 Domestic violence, 1980-1986
33 1 Don Bell Reports, 1986
33 2 Donnelly, Elaine, 1984-1985
33 3 Druid Hills Civic Association, undated
33 4 Eagle Forum, 1979-1985 [1 of 2]
33 5 Eagle Forum, 1979-1985 [2 of 2]
33 6 Ecology, undated, 1973
33 7 Economic Opportunity Atlanta, undated
33 8 Economic Opportunity Atlanta, 1965 June-October
33 9 Economic Opportunity Atlanta, 1965 November-December
33 10 Economic Opportunity Atlanta, 1966 January-March
33 11 Economic Opportunity Atlanta, 1966 April-1967
33 12 Economic Opportunity Atlanta, Inc., 1977
33 13 Economics, 1977-1978
34 1 Edgewood-Kirkwood neighborhood, 1967 (Atlanta, Georgia)
34 2 Education, 1971-1986 [1 of 2]
34 3 Education, 1971-1986 [2 of 2]
34 4 Emory University, 1961-1982
34 5 Employment, 1963-1975 [1 of 3]
34 6 Employment, 1963-1975 [2 of 3]
34 7 Employment, 1963-1975 [3 of 3]
35 1 Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, 1960-1986 [1 of 4]
35 2 Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, 1960-1986 [2 of 4]
35 3 Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, 1960-1986 [3 of 4]
35 4 Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, 1960-1986 [4 of 4]
35 5 Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, "Guide to Resources for Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action," 1976
36 1 Equal Rights Amendment, advertisements, 1981, undated
36 2 Equal Rights Amendment, articles, 1976-1983 [1 of 2]
36 3 Equal Rights Amendment, articles, 1976-1983 [2 of 2]
36 4 Equal Rights Amendment, correspondence, 1971-1984 [1 of 3]
36 5 Equal Rights Amendment, correspondence, 1971-1984 [2 of 3]
36 6 Equal Rights Amendment, correspondence, 1971-1984 [3 of 3]
37 1 Equal Rights Amendment, Florida, 1982-1983
37 2 Equal Rights Amendment, Georgia, 1970-1980
37 3 Equal Rights Amendment, Illinois, 1980-1982
37 4 Equal Rights Amendment, marriage, 1973-1979
37 5 Equal Rights Amendment, Ohio, 1978-1979
37 6 Equal Rights Amendment, pamphlets, 1970-1983
37 7 Equal Rights Amendment, Pennsylvania, 1980
38 1 Equal Rights Amendment, ratification deadline extension, 1978 May-October
38 2 Equal Rights Amendment, report, "Code Sections to be Considered for Sex Discrimination," undated [1 of 2]
38 3 Equal Rights Amendment, report, "Code Sections to be Considered for Sex Discrimination," undated [2 of 2]
38 4 Equal Rights Amendment, reports, 1972-1984 [1 of 2]
38 5 Equal Rights Amendment, reports, 1972-1984 [2 of 2]
39 1 Equal Rights Amendment, United States Congress, 1970-1978
39 2 Family law, 1972-1979
39 3 Family Protection Report, 1982-1984
39 4 Federal Civil Defense Administration, 1958, February 20
39 5 Federal Communications Commission, 1963, July 26
39 6 Federalism, 1984-1985
39 7 Federal Women's Program, 1972-1982
39 8 Federation of Organization for Professional Women, undated
39 9 Feminist Committee, 1975-1980
39 10 Feminist Committee, Equal Credit Opportunity, 1974-1976 [1 of 2]
39 11 Feminist Committee, Equal Credit Opportunity, 1974-1976 [2 of 2]
39 12 Feminist publications, 1977-1979
40 1 The Field Foundation, 1973
40 2 The Fledgling Foundation, undated
40 3 Florida Council on Human Relations
40 4 Ford Foundation, 1971-1985
40 5 Free enterprise, 1984
40 6 Friedan, Betty, 1977-1985
40 7 Fulton County, Georgia, 1954
40 8 Future Farmers of America, 1983 October
40 9 The Futures-Invention Associates, "A Mindbook of Exercises for Futures-Inventors," 1982
40 10 Gays and lesbians, 1976-1982
40 11 General Citizens Committee on Employment and Economic Opportunity, 1958-1959
40 12 Georgia, 1947-1984
40 13 Georgia Black Women's Conference, 1977
40 14 Georgia Board of Nursing, 1983-1986
40 15 Georgia Commission on the Status of Women, correspondence and minutes, undated
40 16 Georgia Commission on the Status of Women, correspondence and minutes, 1966-1973
41 1 Georgia Commission on the Status of Women, correspondence and minutes, 1974 January-June
41 2 Georgia Commission on the Status of Women, correspondence and minutes, 1974 July-December
41 3 Georgia Commission on the Status of Women, correspondence and minutes, 1975 January-March
41 4 Georgia Commission on the Status of Women, correspondence and minutes, 1975 April
41 5 Georgia Commission on the Status of Women, correspondence and minutes, 1975 May
42 1 Georgia Commission on the Status of Women, correspondence and minutes, 1975 June - 1978
42 2 Georgia Commission on the Status of Women, report, Barriers to Female Equality in Employment in Georgia, 1975 [1 of 3]
42 3 Georgia Commission on the Status of Women, report, Barriers to Female Equality in Employment in Georgia, 1975 [2 of 3]
42 4 Georgia Commission on the Status of Women, report, Barriers to Female Equality in Employment in Georgia, 1975 [3 of 3]
42 5 Georgia Commission on the Status of Women, reports, 1965-1975
42 6 Georgia Commission on Women's Opportunities, 1981
42 7 Georgia Committee on Interracial Cooperation, 1962 September
42 8 Georgia Delegation of Loyal National Democrats, 1968 [1 of 2]
43 1 Georgia Delegation of Loyal National Democrats, 1968 [2 of 2]
43 2 Georgia Department of Education, 1972-1983
43 3 Georgia Department of Labor, 1959-1977
43 4 Georgia Employment and Training Council, 1974-1976
43 5 Georgia Endowment for the Humanities, 1984
43 6 Georgia General Assembly, 1964-1981
43 7 Georgia Insight, 1982
43 8 Georgia Institute of Technology, undated
43 9 Georgia Legislative Forum, 1982-1983
43 10 Georgia Legislature, Humanities Staff, 1977-1979
43 11 Georgia public education, 1953-1966
44 1 Georgia State Manpower Planning Council, 1972-1974
44 2 Georgia Women and the Law Conference, 1984 January
44 3 Georgia Women's Forum, 1975-1986
44 4 Georgia Women's Political Caucus, 1972 August
44 5 Grady Memorial Hospital, 1959-1966
44 6 Greater Macon Chamber of Commerce, 1984 February
44 7 Harris, Joe, 1982
44 8 Harris, Patricia Roberts, undated
44 9 Health, 1967-1968
44 10 Hebrew Benevolent Congregation Temple, 1986 (Atlanta, Georgia)
44 11 Heide, Wilma, 1976-1982
44 12 Help Our Public Education, 1959
44 13 House Wednesday Group, 1984 June
44 14 Housing, 1952-1981 [1 of 4]
44 15 Housing, 1952-1981 [2 of 4]
44 16 Housing, 1952-1981 [3 of 4]
45 1 Housing, 1952-1981 [4 of 4]
45 2 Housing, Atlanta, 1966-1968 [1 of 3]
45 3 Housing, Atlanta, 1966-1968 [2 of 3]
45 4 Housing, Atlanta, 1966-1968 [3 of 3]
45 5 Humanism, undated
45 6 Hume Publishing, Inc., 1984
45 7 In a Different Voice, by Carol Gilligan, 1983-1984
45 8 Institute for Society, Ethics and the Life Sciences, undated
45 9 International Feminist Conference, 1973
46 1 International Women's Year, 1975-1978
46 2 International Women's Year, American Association of University Women Conference, 1976
46 3 International Women's Year, correspondence, 1975-1978
46 4 International Women's Year, Georgia, 1975-1977 [1 of 2]
46 5 International Women's Year, Georgia, 1975-1977 [2 of 2]
47 1 International Women's Year, international conference, 1975
47 2 International Women's Year, National Women's Conference, 1977-1978
47 3 International Women's Year, newsletters, 1975-1978
47 4 International Women's Year, press releases, 1976-1977
47 5 International Women's Year, report, "American Women Today and Tomorrow," 1977 March
47 6 International Women's year, "Report of Georgia Women's meeting for the observance of International Women's year," 1977 February
47 7 International Women's Year, report, "The Legal Status of Homemakers in Georgia," 1972-1978
48 1 International Women's Year, United Nations Decade for Women, 1980-1985
48 2 International Women's Year, workshop guides, 1976
48 3 In the Public Interest, 1984 October
48 4 Jackson, Jesse, 1972-1973
48 5 Jackson, Maynard, undated
48 6 Johnson, Lyndon, 1965 May
48 7 Jones, Reverend Ashton, 1963-1964
48 8 Journalism, undated
48 9 The Journal of Intergroup Relations, 1976-1978
48 10 Kennedy, John F., 1963-1965
48 11 King, Jr., Martin Luther, 1964
48 12 Knoxville Women's Center, undated
48 13 Labor unions, 1963-1966
48 14 League of Women Voters, Atlanta, Georgia, 1933-1977 [1 of 2]
49 1 League of Women Voters, Atlanta, Georgia, 1933-1977 [2 of 2]
49 2 League of Women Voters, DeKalb County, Georgia, 1959-1986 [1 of 2]
49 3 League of Women Voters, DeKalb County, Georgia, 1959-1986 [2 of 2]
49 4 League of Women Voters, Georgia, 1946-1985 [1 of 4]
49 5 League of Women Voters, Georgia, 1946-1985 [2 of 4]
49 6 League of Women Voters, Georgia, 1946-1985 [3 of 4]
50 1 League of Women Voters, Georgia, 1946-1985 [4 of 4]
50 2 League of Women Voters, national, 1946-1986 [1 of 5]
50 3 League of Women Voters, national, 1946-1986 [2 of 5]
50 4 League of Women Voters, national, 1946-1986 [3 of 5]
50 5 League of Women Voters, national, 1946-1986 [4 of 5]
50 6 League of Women Voters, national, 1946-1986 [5 of 5]
51 1 League of Women Voters, reference materials, 1950-1975
51 2 Legal Status of Women in Georgia, 1970-1982
51 3 Levitas, Elliott, 1979-1983
51 4 Liberalism, 1972 December
51 5 Libertarian Party, 1979 November
51 6 The Lightning Foundation Club, 1966
51 7 Lists of Organizations, 1966, undated
51 8 Maddox, Carol, 1973-1983
51 9 Marriage and divorce, 1957-1984 [1 of 4]
51 10 Marriage and divorce, 1957-1984 [2 of 4]
51 11 Marriage and divorce, 1957-1984 [3 of 4]
51 12 Marriage and divorce, 1957-1984 [4 of 4]
52 1 Marriage, maiden names, 1974-1975
52 2 Married Women's Property Act, 1974, 1981
52 3 Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Social Change, 1977 December
52 4 Massachusetts State Federation of Women's Clubs, 1985 May
52 5 McGovern, George, 1972
52 6 McNiven, Norah, 1960s
52 7 Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority, undated
52 8 Metropolitan Atlanta Summit Leadership Congress, 1968-1969 [1 of 2]
52 9 Metropolitan Atlanta Summit Leadership Congress, 1968-1969 [2 of 2]
52 10 Minorities, 1972-1980
52 11 Minority Business Opportunity Committee, 1976 April
52 12 Model Cities Program, 1967-1968
52 13 Model Neighborhood, Inc., 1968-1970
52 14 Morehouse College, 1967-1977
52 15 Motherhood, 1974-1986
52 16 Mothers Against Drunk Driving, 1985
53 1 Mothers On the March, 1979-1982
53 2 Ms. Magazine, 1984 July
53 3 National Advisory Council on Women's Educational Programs, 1984-1985
53 4 National Alliance of Businessmen, 1972-1975
53 5 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, 1961-1977
53 6 National Association of Human Rights Workers, 1975-1977
53 7 National Black Caucus of Local Elected Officials, undated
53 8 The National Black Register, 1976 March-April
53 9 National Conservative Women's Committee, 1984 March-August
53 10 National Education Association, 1967 April-November
53 11 The National Federation of Business and Professional Women, 1984 August-October
53 12 National Federation of Republican Women, 1984
53 13 National Institute of Public Affairs, 1938-1978
53 14 National Organization for Women, 1966-1982 [1 of 2]
53 15 National Organization for Women, 1966-1982 [2 of 2]
53 16 National Organization for Women, Atlanta chapter, 1970-1977
53 17 National Organization for Women, correspondence, 1967-1983
54 1 National Organization for Women, Do It Now, 1973-1977
54 2 National Organization for Women, Equal Rights Amendment, 1975-1983
54 3 National Organization for Women, Marriage and Divorce Committee, 1968-1977 [1 of 2]
54 4 National Organization for Women, Marriage and Divorce Committee, 1968-1977 [2 of 2]
54 5 National Organization for Women, member lists, 1967-1976 [1 of 2]
54 6 National Organization for Women, member lists, 1967-1976 [2 of 2]
54 7 National Organization for Women, National NOW Times, 1977-1979 [1 of 2]
55 1 National Organization for Women, National NOW Times, 1977-1979 [2 of 2]
55 2 National Organization for Women, newsletters, 1970-1982
55 3 National Organization for Women, NOW Notes, 1969-1976 [1 of 3]
55 4 National Organization for Women, NOW Notes, 1969-1976 [2 of 3]
55 5 National Organization for Women, NOW Notes, 1969-1976 [3 of 3]
55 6 National Organization for Women, pamphlets, 1974-1975, undated
55 7 National Organization for Women, reports, 1967-1975
56 1 National Organization for Women, resolutions, 1980-1983
56 2 National Organization for Women, Southern Regional Conference, 1976 April-July
56 3 National Organization on Adolescent Pregnancy and Parenting, 1986
56 4 National Women's Agenda, 1977 March
56 5 National Youth Administration, Marietta Project, 1942
56 6 Negro Ministers of Atlanta, 1963-1964
56 7 Nixon, Richard, 1972-1973
56 8 Nuclear weapons, 1984
56 9 Oliphant, Lincoln, 1977-1979
56 10 Orangeburg massacre, 1968 February (Orangeburg, South Carolina)
56 11 Organizations Assisting Schools in September, 1961 February-September
56 12 Partners for Progress, 1964 July-September
56 13 People for the American Way, undated
56 14 Persuasion at Work, 1978 March-September
56 15 Phi Beta Kappa, 1937-1984
56 16 The Philippines, 1986 February-March
56 17 Phillips, Grace, 1972-1983
56 18 Phyllis Schlafly report, 1973-1986 [1 of 2]
57 1 Phyllis Schlafly report, 1973-1986 [2 of 2]
57 2 Pornography, 1983-1984
57 3 Poverty, 1964-1983
57 4 President's Task Force on Women's Rights and Responsibilities, 1970 April
57 5 Pro America, 1986 March
57 6 Pro-Family Movement, 1978-1984
57 7 Project for a Woman's Bill of Rights, undated
57 8 Prostitution, 1971
57 9 Rankin, Jeannette, 1970-1985
57 10 Rape law, 1973-1977 [1 of 4]
58 1 Rape law, 1973-1977 [2 of 4]
58 2 Rape law, 1973-1977 [3 of 4]
58 3 Rape law, 1973-1977 [4 of 4]
58 4 Reagan, Ronald, 1980-1986
58 5 Religion, 1937-1985
59 1 The Renaissance Women, 1983-1985 [1 of 2]
59 2 The Renaissance Women, 1983-1985 [2 of 2]
59 3 Republican Party, 1955-1985
59 4 The Ribbon Project, 1985
59 5 Rowan, Carl T., 1961 April
59 6 Rutherford Institute, 1986 February-June
59 7 Schlafly, Phyllis, 1978-1984
59 8 Segregation, 1954-1985
59 9 Segregationist literature, 1961-1965
59 10 Sexual difference, 1977-1982
59 11 Sexual harassment, 1980-1983
59 12 Sexual health, 1971-1986 [1 of 2]
60 1 Sexual health, 1971-1986 [2 of 2]
60 2 Social Security, 1975-1985
60 3 Sound of Youth, 1967 July
60 4 South Africa, 1977-1986
60 5 Southern Christian Leadership Conference, 1960-1964
60 6 Southern Christian Leadership Conference, Poor People's Campaign, 1968 May-September
60 7 Southern Conference Educational Fund, 1963-1966
60 8 Southern Educational Communications Association, 1983
60 9 Southern Exposure, 1968 February-March
60 10 Southern Poverty Law Center, undated
60 11 Southern Regional Council, 1940s
60 12 Southern Regional Council, 1953-1961
61 1 Southern Regional Council, 1962-1963
61 2 Southern Regional Council, 1964-1966
61 3 Southern Regional Council, 1967-1974
61 4 Southern Regional Council, Voter Education Project, 1957-1977 [1 of 2]
61 5 Southern Regional Council, Voter Education Project, 1957-1977 [2 of 2]
61 6 Southern United States, 1939-1984 [1 of 2]
61 7 Southern United States, 1939-1984 [2 of 2]
61 8 State Committee on the Life and History of Black Georgians, 1986 February
61 9 Steinem, Gloria, 1983 September
62 1 STOP ERA, 1977-1984
62 2 Strategic Defense Initiative, 1984-1986
62 3 Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, 1961-1966 [1 of 2]
62 4 Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, 1961-1966 [2 of 2]
62 5 Supreme Court of Georgia, 1982
62 6 Swindall, Patrick, 1986
62 7 Talmadge, Herman, 1937-1976
62 8 The Third World, 1977-1984
62 9 Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, 1971-1986
62 10 Unitarian Universalism, 1958-1971 [1 of 2]
62 11 Unitarian Universalism, 1958-1971 [2 of 2]
62 12 United Kingdom, 1943-1965
62 13 United Nations, 1947-1984
63 1 United Nations Commission on the Status of Women, 1975-1985
63 2 United Negro College Fund, 1977
63 3 United States Civil Service Commission, 1972-1978
63 4 United States Commission on Civil Rights, 1966-1986
63 5 United States Commission on Civil Rights, Grayboff v. Pendelton, 1984
63 6 United States Congress, 1975-1981
63 7 United States Department of Health and Human Services [previously known as United State s Department of Health, Education and Welfare], 1972-1976 [1 of 2]
63 8 United States Department of Health and Human Services [previously known as United States Department of Health, Education and Welfare], 1972-1976 [2 of 2]
63 9 United States Department of Justice, 1969
63 10 United States Department of Labor, 1969-1983 [1 of 2]
64 1 United States Department of Labor, 1969-1983 [2 of 2]
64 2 United States Department of Labor, Daily Labor Report, 1977-1980
64 3 United States Department of Labor, Labor Law Report, 1977-1979
64 4 United States Department of Labor, newsletters, 1966-1981
64 5 United States Department of Labor, pamphlets, 1972-1977
64 6 United States Department of Labor, reports, 1960-1978 [1 of 2]
64 7 United States Department of Labor, reports, 1960-1978 [2 of 2]
64 8 United States Department of State, 1974-1980
64 9 United States Department of the Treasury, Office of Revenue Sharing, circa 1974
64 10 United States foreign policy, 1978-1985
64 11 United States Office of Education, 1974 September
64 12 University of Georgia, 1984 February-March
64 13 University of Oxford, 1943 October
64 14 University of Texas Center for the Study of Human Resources, 1975
64 15 Urban renewal, 1958-1967
65 1 Utah Association of Women, 1978 March
65 2 Utah, report, "Statutory Sex Discrimination in the Utah Code," 1976 December
65 3 Veterans, 1977, 1986
65 4 Vine City Project, 1965-1966
65 5 Virginia Foundation for the Humanities and Public Policy, 1983
65 6 Voting in Georgia, 1962, undated
65 7 Washington Times, undated
65 8 Water pollution, 1951-1958
65 9 Wheaton College, 1982 April
65 10 White House Conference on Children, 1970
65 11 White House Conference on Families, 1980 January
65 12 Whittlesey, Faith, 1984-1985
65 13 Womanity, 1966-1986
65 14 Women, 1968-1984 [1 of 2]
65 15 Women, 1968-1984 [2 of 2]
66 1 Women and aging, 1983
66 2 Women and education, 1971-1983
66 3 Women and law, 1957-1979 [1 of 2]
66 4 Women and law, 1957-1979 [2 of 2]
66 5 Women for Progress, 1963 October-December
66 6 Women for Responsible Legislation, 1983-1985
66 7 Women in China, 1975 July
66 8 Women in Israel, 1980
66 9 Women in the military, 1977-1985
66 10 Women in politics, 1982 January
66 11 Women in the Republican Party, 1978-1985
66 12 Women in Science and Engineering Conference, 1981 February
66 13 Women in Sweden, 1975-1984
66 14 Women in the United Kingdom, 1976 February
67 1 Women in the workforce, 1969-1986 [1 of 3]
67 2 Women in the workforce, 1969-1986 [2 of 3]
67 3 Women in the workforce, 1969-1986 [3 of 3]
67 4 Women's Educational Equity Act, 1972-1977
67 5 Women's Equity Action League, 1983-1984
67 6 Women's Institute of the Southeast, 1983 August
67 7 Women's Leadership Conference, 1985 June
67 8 Women's Overseas Service League, 1985-1986
67 9 Women Today, 1978 May-June
67 10 World War II, 1942-1985
67 11 Young Men's Christian Association, 1963 July
67 12 Young Women's Christian Association, 1959
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