How Did State Commissions on the Status of Women
Overcome Historic Antagonisms between Equal Rights and
Labor Feminists to Create a New Feminist Mainstream, 1963-1973?

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Abstract

Introduction

Document 1: President's Commission on the Status of Women, American Women: Report of the President's Commission on the Status of Women, 1963

Document 2: Esther Peterson to Georgia Robles Boone, [1963]

Document 3: "Guidelines: Suggested Organization Procedure," with cover letter to Presidents of State Federations of the National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs, 20 January 1963

Document 4: Emma Guffy Miller to Minnie C. Miles, 30 April 1963

Document 5A: Elsie Denison to Alice Morrison, 9 October 1963

Document 5B: Alice Morrison to Beatrice McConnell, 18 October 1963

Document 6: "Biographical Roster, Governor's Commission on the Status of Women," 1964

Document 7: "Report On the Minnesota Governor's Commission on the Status of Women Submitted to the Washington Conference on Governors' Commission, June 12, 1964"

Document 8: Agnes M. Douty to Mary Dublin Keyserling, "Purposes of National and Regional Conferences for Trade Union Women," 20 August 1964

Document 9A: Jo Ann Luoma to Viola Hoffman Hymes, 3 November 1964

Document 9B: Mary Lou Hill to Jo Ann Luoma, 9 November 1964

Document 9C: Telegram to the Babbitt, Minnesota School Board from Viola Hymes, 9 November 1964

Document 10: Minnesota Commission on the Status of Women, "Minutes of Meeting, Special Consultative Committee on the Status of Minority Women," 20 November 1964

Document 11: "Recommendations," in The Many Lives of North Carolina Women: The Report of the Governor's Commission on the Status of Women, North Carolina, 1964

Document 12: Nebraska Commission on the Status of Women, "Minutes," 5 December 1964

Document 13: Nebraska Commission on the Status of Women, "Minutes," 9 April 1965

Document 14: Mary Dublin Keyserling to Esther Peterson, "Conference with Trade Union Women," 27 August 1965

Document 15: "Minutes of the Luncheon Discussion of Ohio Commission on the Status of Women, Friday, October 8, 1965"

Document 16: Mary Dublin Keyserling to Arthur Goldberg, "Meeting with Secretary," 2 November 1965

Document 17: Press Release from the Ad Hoc Committee for Status of Women, Ohio, 24 March 1966

Document 18: Dianne L. McKaig to June Wakefield, "West Virginia GCSW Meeting," 31 January 1967

Document 19: "Governor's Commission on the Status of Women, November 20, 1968 Minutes"

Document 20: "Governor's Commission on the Status of Women, Vermont, Minutes, 23 September 1969"

Document 21: "Notes Taken at Ohio State Rally for a Commission on the Status of Women, Saturday, October 18, 1969"

Document 22: State of Indiana Commission on the Status of Women, "Newsletter," March 1973

Document 23: "Support Groups" [no date]

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