A Guide to the Zelda Kingoff Nordlinger Papers, 1970-2007 Nordlinger, Zelda Kingoff, Paper, 1970-2007 31719, 44035, 45329

A Guide to the Zelda Kingoff Nordlinger Papers, 1970-2007

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Accession Number 31719, 44035, 45329


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Repository
Library of Virginia
Accession number
31719, 44035, 45329
Title
Zelda Kingoff Nordlinger Papers, 1970-2007
Physical Characteristics
2.5 cubic feet
Language
English

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

Collection is open to research.

Use Restrictions

There are no restrictions.

Preferred Citation

Zelda Kingoff Nordlinger Papers, 1970-2007. Accession 31719, 44035. Personal papers collection, The Library of Virginia, Richmond, Virginia.

Acquisition Information

Gift of Zelda Kingoff Nordlinger, Richmond, Virginia, 21 January 1983. Gift of Samuel Markel, executor of the estate of Zelda Kingoff Nordlinger, Richmond, Virginia, 7 July 2008. Gift of Sharon Nordlinger, New York, New York 1 January 2011.


Biographical Information

Zelda Kingoff was born 19 January 1932 in Greenville, South Carolina, to Joseph Kingoff and Alice Heiner Kingoff. The family moved to Richmond while she was a teenager and she attended Richmond public schools. Kingoff graduated from Marjorie Webster Junior College in 1952 and from Sally Tompkins School of Nursing in 1963. She married Martin Stanford Nordlinger (1930-2002) 24 December 1963. Zelda Kingoff Nordlinger was a lobbyist to the Virginia general assembly from 1971 to 1976, a free lance writer, and active in the women's movement. She was a co-founder of the Richmond chapter of the National Organization for Women in 1971. Nordlinger was also active in the National Women's Political Caucus and the Virginia Women's Political Caucus. Nordlinger had two children from a previous marriage and two daughters with Martin Nordlinger. Zelda Kingoff Nordlinger died 18 March 2008 in Richmond, Virginia.

Scope and Content

Papers, 1970-2007, of Zelda Kingoff Nordlinger (1932-2008) of Richmond, Virginia, consisting of articles, bills, biographies, campaign buttons, church bulletins, circular letters, civil actions, clippings, essays, letters, lists, newsletters, newspapers, pamphlets, press releases, questionaires, resolutions, and speeches relating to Nordlinger's activities as a member of the Women's Liberation movement and the National Organization for Women (NOW).

Arrangement

This collection is arranged into the following series:

Series I: Personal Papers containing Correspondence, 1970-2006; Statements, Speeches, and Writings; Biographical Information; Notes; Financial papers, 1984-1989; and miscellaneous personal papers. Series II: Suits and Complaints. Series III: Subject files. Series IV: Articles. Series V: Newspaper and Magazine Clippings, 1937-2007. Series VI: Magazines and Newsletters. VII: Organization Papers. Series VIII: Miscellaneous Papers. Series IX: Political Campaign Buttons.

Contents List

Series I: Personal Papers, 1970-2006.
Boxes: 1
Extent: 1 box.

Series I: Personal papers consist of subseries A: Correspondence, 1970-2006; subseries B: Biographical Information; subseries C: Statements, Speeches, and Writings; subseries D: Notes; subseries E: Financial Papers, 1984-1989; and subseries F: Miscellaneous Personal Papers.

  • Box 1
    Folders 1-10
    Subseries A: Correspondence, 1970-2006.
    10 folders.

    Correspondence, 1970-2006, contains letters between Zelda Nordlinger and other women active in the women's rights movement at the local, state and national levels, discussing meetings, demonstrations, and other plans to advance women's rights, including her successful efforts to integrate the Thalhimer's Soup Bar in Richmond. Also includes correspondence with businesses and individuals regarding women in the workplace and sexism in educational materials. Also contains correspondence with members of the Virginia general assembly and the United States Congress urging their support for the passage of the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA), and other legislation concerning women, including child care, rape, welfare, and abortion. Also includes letters to the Richmond Times-Dispatch, Playboy, and other publications concerning women's rights and issues.

    Chronological.

    • Box 1
      Folder 1
      Correspondence, 1970 .
    • Box 1
      Folder 2
      Correspondence, 1971 .
    • Box 1
      Folder 3
      Correspondence, 1972 .
    • Box 1
      Folder 4
      Correspondence, 1973 .
    • Box 1
      Folder 5
      Correspondence, 1974 .
    • Box 1
      Folder 6
      Correspondence, 1975 .
    • Box 1
      Folder 7
      Correspondence, 1976 .
    • Box 1
      Folder 8
      Correspondence, 1977 .
    • Box 1
      Folder 9
      Correspondence, 1978 .
    • Box 1
      Folder 10
      Correspondence, 1982-2006 .
  • Box 1
    Folder 11
    Subseries B: Biographical Information.
    1 folder.

    Biographical information contains information about Nordlinger written by her and others.

  • Box 1
    Folder 12
    Subseries C: Statements, Speeches, and Writings.
    1 folder.

    Statements, Speeches, and Writings concern women's rights, the Equal Rights Amendment, abortion, the media, politics, sexism, and welfare, including stories on integrating the Thalhimer's Soup Bar and on Richmond mayor and Congressman Thomas J. Bliley.

  • Box 1
    Folder 13
    Subseries D: Notes.
    1 folder.

    Notes consist of notes made by Nordlinger regarding women's rights, abortion, politics, as well as women and literature, religion, and psychology.

  • Box 1
    Folder 14
    Subseries E: Financial Papers, 1984-1989.
    1 folder.

    Financial Papers, 1984-1989 consist of acounts of and copies of checks to Nordlinger from Metropolitan Communciations and the Virginian-Pilot and Ledger-Star.

  • Box 1
    Folder 15-17
    Subseries F: Miscellaneous Personal Papers.
    3 folders.

    Miscellaneous Personal papers consist of medical information containing information on prescriptions for Martin and Zelda Nordlinger, as well as copies of the Folstein mini-mental state examination; Meyers-Briggs Test contains results for Zelda and Martin Nordlinger; and certificate, 29 June 2003, for Zelda Nordlinger as Correspondent of the Day for the Richmond Times-Dispatch.

    • Box 1
      Folder 15
      Medical information and test.
    • Box 1
      Folder 16
      Meyers-Briggs test and results.
    • Box 1
      Folder 17
      Certificate, 29 June 2003, to Zelda Nordlinger as Correspondent of the Day for the Richmond Times-Dispatch.
Series II: Suits and Complaints.
Boxes: 1
Extent: 1 box.

Suits and Complaints contains lawsuit papers against the Southwestern General Life Insurance Company and the Richmond Times-Dispatch for sex discrimination, particularly the Times-Dispatch's policy of segregating want ads into male and female, and also a complaint against the Richmond City Public Schools for sex discrimination in athletics.

  • Box 1
    Folder 18
    Suits and complaints.
Series III: Subject Files.
Boxes: 1-2
Extent: 2 boxes.

Subject files contain clippings and articles discussing the media and clippings, articles, and notes concerning feminism and militarism from the late 19th century until the present.

  • Box 1
    Folder 19
    The Media, 1981, 1991-1995, and no date.
  • Box 1
    Folder 20
    Feminism and militarism from the late 19th century to the early 20th to the present--notes and correspondence (folder 1 of 4).
  • Box 1
    Folder 21
    Feminism and militarism from the late 19th century to the early 20th to the present--clippings, 1980-1983, (folder 2 of 4).
  • Box 2
    Folder 1
    Feminism and militarism from the late 19th century to the early 20th to the present--articles, 1915-1972, (folder 3 of 4).
  • Box 2
    Folder 2
    Feminism and militarism from the late 19th century to the early 20th to the present--articles, 1976-1982, and no date (folder 4 of 4).
Series IV: Articles.
Boxes: 2
Extent: 1 box.

Articles consist of journal and magazine articles, as well as book excerpts concerning women focusing on abortion, art, education, employment and labor, family relations, the feminist movement, literature, gender issues, politics, pornography, religion, reproductive issues, science, sex, and relationship between wives and husbands. Includes articles by Betty Friedan, Germaine Greer, and Shere Hite.

  • Box 2
    Folder 3
    "The Backlash Phenomenon" by Helen B. Wolfe in Vital Speeches of the Day, June 1976.
  • Box 2
    Folder 4
    "Beyond the Feminist Mystique" by Benjamin F. Barber in The New Republic, 11 July 1983.
  • Box 2
    Folder 5
    Excerpts from The Book of Women's Achievements by Joan Macksey and Kenneth Macksey, 1976.
  • Box 2
    Folder 6
    Book review by Shelly Errington in Signs, Spring 1982.
  • Box 2
    Folder 7
    "Bringing Women into the Curriculum" by Dorothy J. Zuersher in Education Digest, February 1977.
  • Box 2
    Folder 8
    "Early Modern Fraternalism and the Patriarchal Family" by Mary Ann Clawson in Feminist Studies vol. 6, no. 2, Summer 1980.
  • Box 2
    Folder 9
    "The End of Internationalization: Adorno's Social Psychology" by Jessica Benjamin in Telos vol. 32, 1977.
  • Box 2
    Folder 10
    "Ev'ry Woman is at Heart a Rake" by Patricia Meyer Spacks in Eighteenth Century Studies, Fall 1974.
  • Box 2
    Folder 11
    "Family Reform Movements: Recent Feminism and Its Opposition" by Susan Harding in Feminist Studiesvol. 7, no. 1, Spring 1981.
  • Box 2
    Folder 12
    "Feminists and Religious Trailblazers" by Dorothy Emerson and "Men, Women, and Margaret Fuller" by Faye Bayly in The World, March/April 1992.
  • Box 2
    Folder 13
    "A Five Dimensional Model for Change: Contradictions and Feminist Consciousness" by Berit Ås in Women's Studies International Quarterly vol. 4, no. 1, 1981.
  • Box 2
    Folder 14
    Forum on pornography in Harper's, November 1984.
  • Box 2
    Folder 15
    "Gender and Dichotomy" by Nancy Jay in Feminist Studies vol. 7, no. 1, Spring 1981.
  • Box 2
    Folder 16
    "Girl Talk Boy Talk" by John Pfeiffer in Science, February 1985.
  • Box 2
    Folder 17
    "Girls in Suits at Lunch" by Deanne Stillman in GQ, October 1985.
  • Box 2
    Folder 18
    "God the Father" in The Women's History of the World by Rosalind Miles, 1989.
  • Box 2
    Folder 19
    "The Greek Citizen Woman in Attic Vase Painting" by Amy Swerdlow in Women's Studies vol. 5, no. 3, 1978.
  • Box 2
    Folder 20
    "How to Deal with the New Unemployment" by Walter Guzzardi, Jr., in Fortune, February 1977.
  • Box 2
    Folder 21
    "How to Get the Women's Movement Moving Again" by Betty Friedan in New York Times Magazine, 3 November 1985.
  • Box 2
    Folder 22
    Article by Joan Walsh in In These Times, 11-17 December 1985.
  • Box 2
    Folder 23
    Interview with Candace Pert in Omni, February 1982.
  • Box 2
    Folder 24
    "Is Female to Male as Nature Is to Culture?" by Sherry B. Ortner in Women, Culture, and Society, 1974.
  • Box 2
    Folder 25
    Excerpt from The Kinsey Institute New Report on Sex.
  • Box 2
    Folder 26
    Excerpt from Libby Holman: Body and Soul by Hamilton Darby Perry, 1983.
  • Box 2
    Folder 27
    "Lilith: First Woman, First Feminist" by Nella Fermi Weiner in International Journal of Women's Studies, November-December 1979.
  • Box 2
    Folder 28
    "Made for Man's Delight: Rousseau as Antifeminist" by Victor G. Wexler in American Historical Review vol. 81, no. 1-3, 1976.
  • Box 2
    Folder 29
    "Monotheism and Gender Status: A Cross-Societal Study" by Ronal Stover and Christine A. Hope in Social Forces, 1984.
  • Box 2
    Folder 30
    "Mother Maiden and the Marriage of Death: Women Writers and an Ancient Myth" by Susan Gubar in Women's Studies vol. 6, no. 3, 1979.
  • Box 2
    Folder 31
    "Not for Women Only" by Betty Friedan in Modern Maturity, April-May 1989.
  • Box 2
    Folder 32
    "An Ounce of Prevention" by the Ad Hoc Committee for Contraception and Abortion Information.
  • Box 2
    Folder 33
    "The Politics of Housework" by Pat Mainardi.
  • Box 2
    Folder 34
    "The Politics of Motherhood" by Deborah Fallows in Washington Monthly, June 1985.
  • Box 2
    Folder 35
    "The Prejudice of Parents" by Ellen Mints.
  • Box 2
    Folder 36
    "Reproductive Continuity: Capturing the Magic of Maternity" from The Mother Machine by Gena Corea, 1985.
  • Box 2
    Folder 37
    "Requiem for the Women's Movement" by Veronica Geng in Harper's, November 1976.
  • Box 2
    Folder 38
    "Re-reading Political Theory from a Woman's Perspective" by Diana Coole in Political Studies vol. XXXIV, 1986.
  • Box 2
    Folder 39
    Review of Women in Western Political Thoughtby Naomi Scheman in the Philosophical Review, July 1982.
  • Box 2
    Folder 40
    "The Sacrificial Lamb" from Pornography and Silence by Susan Griffin, 1981.
  • Box 2
    Folder 41
    Excerpt from Sexism and God-Talk by Rosemary Radford Ruether, 1993.
  • Box 2
    Folder 42
    Excerpts from The Sisterhood: The True Story of the Women Who Changed the World by Marcia Cohen, 1988, (folder 1 of 2).
  • Box 2
    Folder 43
    Excerpts from The Sisterhood: The True Story of the Women Who Changed the World, 1988, (folder 2 of 2).
  • Box 2
    Folder 44
    "The Subversive Sperm" from The Mother Machine by Gena Correa, 1985.
  • Box 2
    Folder 45
    "Taking Stock: Is America In Decline?" by Peter Schmeisser in New York Times Magazine, 17 April 1988.
  • Box 2
    Folder 46
    Excerpts from The Total Man by Stan Gooch, 1972.
  • Box 2
    Folder 47
    "The Virgin and the State" by Sherry B. Ortner in Feminist Studies vol. 4, no. 1, February 1978.
  • Box 2
    Folder 48
    Excerpts from The War Against Women by Marilyn French, 1992.
  • Box 2
    Folder 49
    "What Turns Women On?" by Germaine Greer in Esquire, July 1973.
  • Box 2
    Folder 50
    "When Are Interests Interesting" by Virginia Sapiro and "Beyond Interests in Politics" by Irene Diamond and Nancy Hartsock in American Political Science Review vol. 75, no. 3, September 1981.
  • Box 2
    Folder 51
    "Why Marry?: The New Woman of 1918" by Judith L. Stephens in TJ, May 1982.
  • Box 2
    Folder 52
    "Wives Who Cheat" by Shere Hite in New Woman, November 1987.
  • Box 2
    Folder 53
    Excerpts from Women v Women by Tara Roth Madden, 1987.
Series V: Newspaper and Magazine Clippings, 1937-2007.
Boxes: 3-4
Extent: 2 boxes.

Newspaper and Magazine Clippings, 1937-2007, contains clippings from newspapers and magazines discussing Nordlinger, the feminist movement in Richmond, NOW, the Equal Rights Amendment, and sex discrimination. Articles also concern women's issues and women's rights at the national, state and local levels. Topics covered by these clippings include education, employment, feminism, gay and lesbian rights, marriage and spousal relations, pornography, religion, sex and sexuality, women in politics, women's history, women's rights, as well as the efforts to have women admitted into the Virginia Military Institute (Lexington, Virginia) and the Citadel (Charleston, South Carolina). Includes clippings from the Richmond Times-Dispatch, the New York Times, and the Washington Post.

Chronological

  • Box 3
    Folder 1
    Clippings, 1937, 1958, 1968-1969.
  • Box 3
    Folder 2
    Clippings, 1970-1973.
  • Box 3
    Folder 3
    Clippings, 1974-1979, 197[-].
  • Box 3
    Folder 4
    Clippings, 1980-1983.
  • Box 3
    Folder 5
    Clippings, 1984.
  • Box 3
    Folder 6
    Clippings, January 1985.
  • Box 3
    Folder 7
    Clippings, February-June 1985.
  • Box 3
    Folder 8
    Clippings, November-December 1985, [no month] 1985.
  • Box 3
    Folder 9
    Clippings, January-June 1986.
  • Box 3
    Folder 10
    Clippings, July-December 1986, [no month] 1986.
  • Box 3
    Folder 11
    Clippings, January-April 1987.
  • Box 3
    Folder 12
    Clippings, May-November 1987, [no month] 1987.
  • Box 3
    Folder 13
    Clippings, 1988.
  • Box 3
    Folder 14
    Clippings, January-June 1989.
  • Box 3
    Folder 15
    Clippings, July-December 1989, [no month] 1989.
  • Box 3
    Folder 16
    Clippings, 198[-].
  • Box 4
    Folder 1
    Clippings, January-April 1990.
  • Box 4
    Folder 2
    Clippings, May-August 1990, Summer 1990.
  • Box 4
    Folder 3
    Clippings, September-December 1990.
  • Box 4
    Folder 4
    Clippings, 1991.
  • Box 4
    Folder 5
    Clippings, January-August 1992.
  • Box 4
    Folder 6
    Clippings, September 1992.
  • Box 4
    Folder 7
    Clippings, October-December 1992.
  • Box 4
    Folder 8
    Clippings, January-May 1993.
  • Box 4
    Folder 9
    Clippings, June-August 1993.
  • Box 4
    Folder 10
    Clippings, September-December 1993.
  • Box 4
    Folder 11
    Clippings, January-April 1994.
  • Box 4
    Folder 12
    Clippings, May-July 1994.
  • Box 4
    Folder 13
    Clippings, August-December 1994, [no month] 1994.
  • Box 4
    Folder 14
    Clippings, January, April-June 1995.
  • Box 4
    Folder 15
    Clippings, 199[-].
  • Box 4
    Folder 16
    Clippings, 1996, 1998.
  • Box 4
    Folder 17
    Clippings, 2000-2007.
  • Box 4
    Folder 18
    Clippings, no date.
Series VI: Magazines and Newsletters.
Boxes: 5
Extent: 1 box.

Magazines and Newsletters consist of magazines and newsletters related to the feminist movement, NOW, leftist politics, human rights, reproductive rights, and international peace organizations.

  • Box 5
    Folder 1
    "Bakerby's,"September-October 1990.
  • Box 5
    Folder 2
    "BusinessWeek,"24 September 1979.
  • Box 5
    Folder 3
    "The Capitol List" (Democratic Socialist Organizing Committee), 1 March 1978.
  • Box 5
    Folder 4
    "Coalition Report" (Richmond Human Rights Coalition), January-February 1978.
  • Box 5
    Folder 5
    "Do It NOW: Monthly Action Newsletter of the National Organization for Women,"1972.
  • Box 5
    Folder 6
    Ms., 1972.
  • Box 5
    Folder 7
    "NARAL News" (National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League), 1994-1995.
  • Box 5
    Folder 8
    "NCJW Journal" (National Council of Jewish Women, Fall 1992.
  • Box 5
    Folder 9
    "Newsletter of the Democratic Left,"1978-1980.
  • Box 5
    Folder 10
    "NOW Acts,"Fall 1971.
  • Box 5
    Folder 11
    "NOW What?" (Richmond Chapter, NOW), July 1976.
  • Box 5
    Folder 12
    "Off Our Backs: A Women's Liberation bi-weekly,"31 December 1970.
  • Box 5
    Folder 13
    Older Women's League newsletter, May 1987.
  • Box 5
    Folder 14
    "Options" (Religious Coalition for Abortion Rights), 1978-1979, 1985.
  • Box 5
    Folder 15
    "Peace and Freedom" (Women's International League for Peace and Freedom), Summer 2001.
  • Box 5
    Folder 16
    "Progress" (Virginia League for Planned Parenthood), 1990-1994.
  • Box 5
    Folder 17
    Richmond NOW newsletter, 1986-1994.
  • Box 5
    Folder 18
    "The Spokeswoman,"15 April 1975.
  • Box 5
    Folder 19
    "UUWF Journal" (Unitarian Universalist Women's Federation), 15 October 1985.
  • Box 5
    Folder 20
    Veteran Feminists of America newsletter, Spring 2006.
  • Box 5
    Folder 21
    "Virginia NOW Choices,"1988-1990.
  • Box 5
    Folder 22
    "Virginia Women" (Virginia Council on the Status of Women), 1990.
  • Box 5
    Folder 23
    "Virginia Women" (Virginia Foundation for Women), 1998.
  • Box 5
    Folder 24
    "The Woman Activist" and "The Woman Activist Extra,"1973, 1989-1995.
  • Box 5
    Folder 25
    "Women in the Arts" (The National Museum of Women in the Arts), Fall 1993.
  • Box 5
    Folder 26
    Women's Liberation newsletter, 197[-].
  • Box 5
    Folder 27
    "WPTF Newsletter" (National Council for a World Peace Tax Fund), August 1978.
Series VII: Organization Papers.
Boxes: 5
Extent: 1 box.

Organization Papers contain circular letters, pamphlets, press releases, questionaires, and other printed materials from the ACLU, Coal Employment Project, Emily's List, the Feminist Majority Foundation, NOW, Planned Parenthood, Richmond Coalition for Choice, Richmond Human Rights Coalition, the Virginia Commission on the Status of Women, Virginia Equal Rights Amendment Ratification Council, Virginia Religious Coalition for Abortion Rights, the Virginia Women's Political Caucus, the Woman Activist, and the Women's Resource Center. Collection also contains a bulletin from a pro-choice service at the First Unitarian Church (Richmond, Virginia).

  • Box 5
    Folder 28
    ACLU, 1970-1995.
  • Box 5
    Folder 29
    American Association of University Women, [1994].
  • Box 5
    Folder 30
    Coal Employment Project, 1987.
  • Box 5
    Folder 31
    Emily's List, 1993.
  • Box 5
    Folder 32
    The Feminist Majority Foundation, no date.
  • Box 5
    Folder 33
    First Unitarian Church (Richmond, Virginia) bulletin, 12 May 1985.
  • Box 5
    Folder 34
    NOW miscellaneous papers, 1970-1973.
  • Box 5
    Folder 35
    NOW miscellaneous papers, 1989-2007, no date.
  • Box 5
    Folder 36
    NOW--Virginia state chapter and Richmond chapter, 1974-1991, no date.
  • Box 5
    Folder 37
    Planned Parenthood, no date.
  • Box 5
    Folder 38
    Richmond Coalition for Choice, 1994.
  • Box 5
    Folder 39
    Richmond Human Rights Coalition--Human Rights Day Dinner, 10 December 1988.
  • Box 5
    Folder 40
    Virginia Commission on the Status of Women, no date.
  • Box 5
    Folder 41
    Virginia Equal Rights Amendment Ratification Council, 1984-1994.
  • Box 5
    Folder 42
    Virginia Religious Coalition for Abortion Rights bulletin, 21 January 1983.
  • Box 5
    Folder 43
    Virginia Women's Political Caucus, no date.
  • Box 5
    Folder 44
    The Woman Activist, no date.
  • Box 5
    Folder 45
    Women's Resource Center/Women's Resource Line, 1994, no date.
  • Box 5
    Folder 46
    Women's Rights of Richmond, 1972[?].
Series VIII: Miscellaneous Papers.
Boxes: 6
Extent: 1 box.

Miscellaneous Papers include copies of legislative bills and resolutions concerning possible legislation on women's issues; brochures on conferences for women's issues and studies, employment and business, education, prisons, and Cuba; brochures on women's programs at the University of Richmond and at Wellesley College; book catalogs and order forms; miscellaneous papers concerning women, politics, insurance, and self defense; EBay auction information for the July 1972 issue of Ms. Magazine; list of women activists in the Richmond area; ads for Seagram's wine coolers and for bondage and domination equipment and videos; an i.q. test; miscellaneous printed materials containing anecdotes and fliers concerning women's issues; bumber stickers that say "Crater;" and business and calling cards.

  • Box 6
    Folder 1
    Printed bills and legislation--rape and child custody, 1973, 1973-1994, no date.
  • Box 6
    Folder 2
    Conferences, exhibits, lectures, 1977-2006.
  • Box 6
    Folder 3
    Women's programs--education.
  • Box 6
    Folder 4
    Book order forms and book catalogs.
  • Box 6
    Folder 5
    Miscellaneous political and women's issues material.
  • Box 6
    Folder 6
    Miscellaneous printed materials.
  • Box 6
    Folder 7
    Ads for wine coolers and for bondage and domination materials.
  • Box 6
    Folder 8
    Information concerning EBay auction for issue 1 of Ms. magazine, May 2001.
  • Box 6
    Folder 9
    Business and joke cards.
  • Box 6
    Folder 10
    List of women activists in the Richmond area.
  • Box 6
    Folder 11
    Bumper stickers--"Crater".
  • Box 6
    Folder 12
    I.Q. test booklet (2 copies).
Series IX: Political Campaign Buttons.
Frames:
Extent: 1 Frame.

Political Campaign Buttons contain political campaign buttons from the late 1960s to the 1990s for political campaigns at the state and national levels. Also contains buttons advocating various causes.