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Women's history and population issues project : oral history, 1973-1976.

Project: Women's history and population issues project.
(see all project interviews)
Phys. Desc. :Transcripts 2,164 leaves.
Location: Columbia Center for Oral History
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Scope and Contents

The Schlesinger Library interviewed people who have played significant roles in the birth control movement, the delivery of maternal and child health services, marriage counseling and sex education. Participants include women associated in various capacities with Planned Parenthood as well as some of those who brought the abortion issue before the public and initiated legal change. Participants and pagination: Elizabeth Arnold, 84; Beatrice Blair, 94; Mary S. Calderone, 47; Loraine L. Campbell, 93; Arlene Carmen, 88; Florence Clothier, 24; Constance Cook, 85; Martha May Eliot, 454; Frances H. Ferguson, 70; Sadja Goldsmith, 33; Estelle Griswold, 49; Lenore Guttmacher, 32; Louise G. Hutchins, 36; Patricia Maginnis, 162; Sarah Marcus, 64; Emily Hartshorne Mudd, 291; Lonnny Myers and Sharon Wang, 87; Lana C. Phelan, 41; Grant Sanger, 62; Adaline P. Satterthwaite, 57; Helen B. Taussig, 52; Sarah L. and Christopher Teitze, 65; Julia Tsuei, 32; Sarah Weddington, 61.


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