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Women and/in Law


Title:  Women and/in Law

Location:  Jerome Library; film KF 478 .A5 W59

Format and Number of Reels/Fiche/Cards:  Microfilm; 40 reels

Publisher:  Women's History Research Center

Content Description:  A clipping archive of articles from newspapers, newsletters, and journals. Also includes speeches, flyers, and research papers. Covers women's law, but more broadly the women's rights movement, including employment, politics, education, rape, prostitution, etc. Because these materials were collected by volunteers some may not be given full citations. Most of the materials are from the late 1960's and early 1970's, but some cover historical information.

Language(s):  English

Arrangement:  Divided into 6 sections. The documents in each section are organized by type of information as shown in the guide.

I: Law/General
II: Politics
III: Employment
IV: Education
V: Special Films: Rape/Prison/Prostitution
VI: Black and Third World Women and the Law

Index/Bibliography:  Guide to the Microfilm Edition of the Women's Law Library of the Women's History Research Center (REF KF 478 .A5 W59 guide). This volume binds together the guides from all six sections. Each guide lists the documents included in that section of the collection and gives the location of each document.

Subject Categories:  History; Law; Multicultural Studies; Political Science; Women's Studies

Keywords:  women, woman, women's rights, women's movement

Time Period:  20th century