Series 4
Writings, 1932-1988
Boxes 81 - 92

Scope and Content Note

The series contains writings by Eliza Paschall and in collaboration with others from 1932-1988. Writings include essays, the monthly anti-ERA newsletter Georgia Factfinders, student writings and book-length works. Of note are the source materials used in the composition of It Must Have Rained, drafts and promotional materials for Because of Sex, and numerous essays on the Equal Rights Amendment.

Arrangement Note

Arranged by material type. Book-length works are arranged chronologically; all others are arranged alphabetically.

Brochures
Box Folder Content
81 1 "Sexual Harassment," 1984
Clubmobile diary
81 2 Undated entries
81 3 1943 July-1944 December
81 4 Essays related to the publication of The Clubmobile-The ARC in the Storm, 1983
81 5 Writings by others relating to Clubmobile, 1944, November-1945, April
Essays
81 6 Unidentified fragments
81 7 "The 4th R," undated
81 8 "Abortion," 1981 January
81 9 "About a Man Called James Meredith," undated
81 10 "About Marriage and Divorce Act," undated
81 11 "'A' for Effort," undated
81 12 "An Activist Woman's View of the 'Women's Movement,'" 1972
81 13 "Affirmative Action," 1975
81 14 "Alice in Abzugland," 1975
81 15 "American Women: Victors Not Victims," undated
81 16 "An Appeal to Women," circa 1968
81 17 "Appendix" to unidentified article, undated
81 18 "Are Women Second Class Citizens?" undated
81 19 Articles written for the Atlanta Inquirer, 1963-1964
82 1 "Back to Basics," undated
82 2 "Being an American Woman is Not the Problem," undated
82 3 "The British Pace of Life," 1948
82 4 "Can You Whistle a Symphony?" circa 1958
82 5 "Civil Rights Reorganization," undated
82 6 "Civil Rights Summary," 1989
82 7 "Class Reunion," undated
82 8 "Comments and Questions on Proposed National Plan of Action," undated
82 9 "Comments on Report," undated
82 10 "Comparable Worth/Pay Equity: The Confusion Issue," November 25, 1985
82 11 "Constitution," undated
82 12 "Control Through Freedom," 1960
82 13 "Credit Laws," circa 1976
82 14 "A Declaration of Independence," undated
82 15 "Delegate's Guide to the National Women's Conference," circa 1976
82 16 "Diagnosis and Prescription," undated
82 17 "Divorce Insurance," undated
82 18 "Donald L. Hollowell-Master Craftsman," undated
82 19 "Editorial," undated
82 20 "Employment," 1976
82 21 "The Equal Rights Amendment and Employment Discrimination," undated
82 22 "The Equal Rights Amendment - A Sure Loser for Georgia Women," undated
82 23 "ERA 1984," 1984
82 24 "The ERA is a Fraud," undated
82 25 "The ERA Military Issue," undated
82 26 "ERA Yes! Yes - What?" undated
82 27 "Evolution of a Pacifist," undated
82 28 "Facts About Status of Women in the United States," undated
82 29 "The Family in America," 1988, May 20
82 30 "For Distinguished Service," undated
82 31 Form letters, undated [about the Equal Rights Amendment]
82 32 "Forward Atlanta University," undated
82 33 "For Whites Only," 1963
82 34 "Free Advice," undated
82 35 "Frogs and Freedom," undated
82 36 "From the 1968 Democrat Convention to the 1984 White House," 1985 January [variant title: "From the 1968 Democratic Convention to the 1984 White House"]
82 37 "Good News for Working Women," undated
82 38 "Gracie Greer Phillips: Success Story," circa 1983
83 1 The Great Speckled Bird, article drafts, 1968-1970
83 2 The Great Speckled Bird, correspondence, 1969-1970
83 3 The Great Speckled Bird, reference materials, 1963-1969
83 4 "How Can I Know the Truth in the News Each Day?" undated
83 5 "How Organized is Over-Organized?" undated
83 6 "I am a Feminist Opposed to the ERA and This is How that Happened," undated
83 7 "I am the Mother of a Dropout!" undated
83 8 "Immigration and Race-Color Relations in the U.K.," undated
83 9 "Impressions of Eugene McCarthy," undated
83 10 "The 'In Term' is 'Gender Gap' - It's Nonsense," undated
83 11 "In Yet a Different Voice," 1984 January [review of In a Different Voice, by Carol Gilligan]
83 12 "I Remember Betty," 1983 July
83 13 "JHR-1," undated
83 14 "Learning to Say No," undated
83 15 "A Letter to Betty Friedan," 1983 July 3
83 16 "Letter to the President," undated
83 17 "Let Us Now Praise White Men," undated
83 18 "The LWV and the President's Strategic Defense Initiative-SDI," 1985 September 18
83 19 "Macon," 1981
83 20 "Maternity Leave," 1971
83 21 "A Moderate Feminist Backlash Against Backwater Feminism," undated
83 22 "Mr. O'Callaghan's Experience," undated
83 23 "My Country, 'Tis of Thee," 1987 August
83 24 "Note on the Definition of the Term, 'Comparable Worth,'" undated
83 25 "Oases in the Wasteland," undated
83 26 "Parenting and Squealing," undated
83 27 "Peace is a Non Issue," undated
83 28 "A Personal Declaration of Independence," 1975
83 29 "Person to Person," undated
83 30 "Please-No More Women's Conferences," undated
83 31 "Programmed Text in the Economics of Poverty," undated
83 32 "Reactions to Gene Patterson's Resignation and Reg Murphy's Appointment," undated
83 33 "Reflections on Being Rejected on the Basis of Color," 1968
83 34 "Report on 1986 Session of the Georgia General Assembly," 1986, May 10
83 35 "Report on Subject of Georgia Women's Meeting and National Women's Conference," 1977 June
83 36 "A Respectful Response to Dr. Margaret Mead on the Subject of Divorce Insurance," 1974 May
83 37 "Say 'Yes' Mummie," undated
83 38 "Selling Democracy," "Red Queen Syndrome," "Newcomers Information," December 28, 1983 [article submission to the Christian Science Monitor]
83 39 "Sex, Citizenship and the Nineteenth Amendment," undated
83 40 "Sexfax," undated
83 41 "A Southern Point of View," 1960
83 42 "Southern women," undated
83 43 "So You think A Housewife Has An Easy Time?" 1959
83 44 "State ERA," 1983
84 1 "States Rights-Revised Version," 1953 February
84 2 "Television's Fringe Benefits," undated
84 3 "They Are Coming Home," undated
84 4 "Too Many Women?" undated
84 5 Unidentified fragments, undated [about the Equal Rights Amendment]
84 6 Untitled, undated [about Agnes Scott College]
84 7 Untitled, undated [about Amy Paschall's hearing problems]
84 8 Untitled, undated [about Atlanta attempting to create a new image of itself]
84 9 Untitled, 1978 [about Berry College]
84 10 Untitled, undated [about bill HR 700, proposed January 1985]
84 11 Untitled, 1966, May 13 [about economic class and its role in racial integration]
84 12 Untitled, undated [about Comparable Worth]
84 13 Untitled, undated [about Comparable Worth and women's history]
84 14 Untitled fragments, undated [about Comparable Worth]
84 15 Untitled, undated [about desegregation of Atlanta hotels]
84 16 Untitled, undated [about the Equal Rights Amendment]
84 17 Untitled, undated [about the Equal Rights Amendment and existing laws]
84 18 Untitled, undated [about the Equal Rights Amendment and the organizations that represent it]
84 19 Untitled fragments, undated [about the Equal Rights Amendment]
84 20 Untitled, undated [about feminism and libertarianism]
84 21 Untitled, undated, [about the Georgia Coordinating Committee on the Observance of International Women's Year]
84 22 Untitled, undated [about Georgia's employment policies]
84 23 Untitled, 1966, October 14 [about integration]
84 24 Untitled, undated [about integration]
84 25 Untitled, undated [about Mayor Ivan Allen]
84 26 Untitled, 1985, October 11 [about Mikhail Gorbachev]
84 27 Untitled, undated [about a local milkman]
84 28 Untitled, undated [about misused political terms]
84 29 Untitled, undated [about Patty Hearst, article submission to Newsweek]
84 30 Untitled, undated [about perceived sex bias in Georgia law]
84 31 Untitled, undated [about population shifts in men and women]
84 32 Untitled, undated [about a recently deceased neighbor]
84 33 Untitled, undated [about sex bias in Federal law]
84 34 Untitled, undated [about sex education]
84 35 Untitled [about teenage mother expelled from National Honor Society], "ERA 1984," 1984 [articles submitted to Phyllis Schlafly]
84 36 Untitled, 1984 [about teenage mother expelled from National Honor Society, article submission to Family Protection Report]
84 37 Untitled, undated [about ways to improve the state of Georgia]
84 38 Untitled, undated [about women's responsibilities]
84 39 "Voting by Sex," undated
84 40 "Wage Gap," undated
84 41 "WEEA Statement," 1983, June 1
84 42 "Were We 'Had' In Chicago?" circa 1968
84 43 "What 'Comparable Worth' Means and Does Not Mean," 1985 July
84 44 "What Does 'Getting Married' Mean in Georgia?" 1988 July
84 45 "What is Comparable Worth All About?" 1985 March
84 46 "Why Not 'Fairness' for Families?," 1984, June 27
84 47 "Will the Real ERA Please Stand Up?," 1977 December
84 48 "With Liberty and Justice for All: Equal Opportunity in Giving," undated
84 49 "With Liberty and Justice for All in the Appointment of State Officials," undated
84 50 "Woman in Religion: Mary Baker Eddy," correspondence and typescript drafts, 1975 February - 1976 March
84 51 "Women Drivers: written by one of them," 1955
84 52 "Women in Business," 1977, July 1
84 53 "The Women's Movement," 1971
84 54 "The Wonderful National Health Service," undated
Georgia Factfinders
85 1 Fragments
85 2 "Special Report on Twenty Years of Progress in Eliminating Sex Discrimination," undated
85 3 1978
85 4 1979
85 5 1980
85 6 1981
85 7 1982
Letters to the Editor
85 8 1972-1985
Poems
85 9 1940s-1965
Short stories
85 10 "Victory or Death," 1933
Speeches
85 11 "Agnes Scott and the Liberation of Women," undated
85 12 "Butler Street C.M.E. Church Women's Day," 1968, March 31
85 13 "Employment," 1976 American Association of University Women Convention
85 14 "Equal Opportunity for Women through Non-Discriminatory Employment Policy," 1983, October 17-18
85 15 "My 'Peace meeting' Speech," undated
85 16 "Notes for speech," 1984, December 3
85 17 Statement before Illinois House of Representatives, Committee of the Whole, 1984, June 8
85 18 Testimony presented to the Senate Committee on Labor and Human Resources, 1981, April 21
85 19 Untitled, undated [delivered to Agnes Scott College Students, about personal honor]
85 20 Untitled notecards, undated [for a speech about Comparable Worth]
85 21 "Women's History Week," undated
Student writings
85 22 1932-1965
Book-length works
86 1 It Must Have Rained, correspondence, 1970-1988
86 2 It Must Have Rained, photocopy of first typescript draft, Introduction-Chapter 4
86 3 It Must Have Rained, photocopy of first typescript draft, Chapter 5-Chapter 10
86 4 It Must Have Rained, photocopy of first typescript draft, Chapter 11-Chapter 17
86 5 It Must Have Rained, final typescript draft, Introduction-Chapter 5
86 6 It Must Have Rained, final typescript draft, Chapter 6-Chapter 9
86 7 It Must Have Rained, final typescript draft, Chapter 10-Chapter 16
86 8 It Must Have Rained, final typescript draft, Chapter 17-Chapter 22 and footnotes
86 9 It Must Have Rained, source materials for footnotes 1-20, Chapter 2
86 10 It Must Have Rained, source materials for footnotes 21-50, Chapters 3-5
87 1 It Must Have Rained, source materials for footnotes 51-65, Chapter 5
87 2 It Must Have Rained, source materials for footnotes 66-75, Chapter 6
87 3 It Must Have Rained, source materials for footnotes 76-100, Chapters 7,8
87 4 It Must Have Rained, source materials for footnotes 101-129, Chapter 9
87 5 It Must Have Rained, source materials for footnotes 130-145, Chapter 10
87 6 It Must Have Rained, source materials for footnotes 146-163, Chapter 11
88 1 It Must Have Rained, source materials for footnotes 164-194, Chapter 12
88 2 It Must Have Rained, source materials for footnotes 185-196, Chapter 13
88 3 It Must Have Rained, source materials for footnotes 197-212, Chapter 13
88 4 It Must Have Rained, source materials for footnotes 213-237, Chapter 14
88 5 It Must Have Rained, source materials for footnotes 238-260, Chapter 15
88 6 It Must Have Rained, source materials for footnotes 262-285, Chapter15
88 7 It Must Have Rained, source materials for footnotes 286-308, Chapter 16
89 1 It Must Have Rained, source materials for footnotes 309-322, Chapter 17
89 2 It Must Have Rained, source materials for footnotes 323-329, Chapters 18, 19
89 3 It Must Have Rained, source materials for footnotes 330-345, Chapters 20-22
89 4 Because of Sex, correspondence, undated
89 5 Because of Sex, correspondence, 1973-1981
89 6 Because of Sex, preparatory materials
89 7 Because of Sex, manuscript fragments
89 8 Because of Sex, typescript fragments
90 1 Because of Sex, first draft
90 2 Because of Sex, second draft
90 3 Because of Sex, third draft
90 4 Because of Sex, fourth draft
90 5 Because of Sex, fifth draft
90 6 Because of Sex, promotional materials
91 1 Because of Sex, financial records [1 of 5]
91 2 Because of Sex, financial records [2 of 5]
91 3 Because of Sex, financial records [3 of 5]
91 4 Because of Sex, financial records [4 of 5]
91 5 Because of Sex, financial records [5 of 5]
92 1 "E.R.A. is a Fraud" And Other Essays on "Women's Issues," publication materials, 1983 [unpublished essay collection co-written with Lincoln Oliphant]
92 2 "E.R.A. is a Fraud" And Other Essays on "Women's Issues," printed material, 1981-1985 [unpublished essay collection co-written with Lincoln Oliphant]
92 3 "E.R.A. is a Fraud" And Other Essays on "Women's Issues," correspondence, 1983 April - 1984 February [unpublished essay collection co-written with Lincoln Oliphant]
92 4 "E.R.A. is a Fraud" And Other Essays on "Women's Issues," typescript draft, 1983-1984 [1 of 3, unpublished essay collection co-written with Lincoln Oliphant]
92 5 "E.R.A. is a Fraud" And Other Essays on "Women's Issues," typescript draft, 1983-1984 [2 of 3, unpublished essay collection co-written with Lincoln Oliphant]
92 6 "E.R.A. is a Fraud" And Other Essays on "Women's Issues," typescript draft, 1983-1984 [3 of 3, unpublished essay collection co-written with Lincoln Oliphant]
92 7 More Ups than Down's, typescript [unpublished autobiography, undated]
92 8 Untitled outline, 1984 February [unpublished, about the women's movement]
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