Sue Davidson papers, 1950s-2000s  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Davidson, Sue, 1925-
Title
Sue Davidson papers
Dates
1950s-2000s (inclusive)
Quantity
14.82 cubic feet (13 boxes and 1 map folder)
Collection Number
6051 (Accession No. 6051-001)
Summary
Materials related to Sue Davidson's work as a social activist, writer, and editor
Repository
University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections
Special Collections
University of Washington Libraries
Box 352900
Seattle, WA
98195-2900
Telephone: 206-543-1929
Fax: 206-543-1931
speccoll@uw.edu
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Records stored off site; advance notice required for use.

Languages
English


Biographical NoteReturn to Top

Sue Davidson (March 30, 1925-September 28, 2016) was a writer, editor, and political and social activist in Seattle, Washington. She was a committed feminist, a staff writer for The Feminist Press, and a published author.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

Includes 13 boxes and 1 Map Folder with posters. Several folders in the boxes include cassette tapes. The collection includes publications, writings, pamphlets, cassette tapes, books, articles, posters, and other ephemera relating to Sue Davidson's work on the Feminist Press, her engagement in political causes such as opposing the draft and supporting peace, and personal writings including interviews, articles, publications, and her unproduced play/operetta "Red Emma," about the life of Emma Goldman

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Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

 

Series 1:  The Feminist PressReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
1/1
Minutes, Committees
1/2
Minutes and Reports
1/3
Black Women: Book, All Correspondence w. Dorothy and Walker
1/4
M. Church Terrell et al: Notes and Correspondence
1/5
Black Foremothers: Correspondence
1/6
Black Foremothers
1/7
H5: General Guidelines, 1st Series Individual Guidelines
1/8
HS Project Minutes
1/9
HS Project New Correspondence w. Staff
July 1977
1/10
HS Project, Misc, Brochures, Guides, Teachers
1/11
Working Women in Literature (Series I)
1/12
Black Foremothers Teaching Guide
1/13
Language and Sexism: Correspondence, Guidelines, etc.
1/14
High School Testing Questionnaire
1/15
HS Schedules - Sue's Editing
1/16
Seattle Testing and New Testing Material
1/17
FP Assortment
1975, 1979
1/18
(Sandy) Teaching Guide and Black Women and Testing
1/19
Summaries of All Series Books/Merle and Dora Article
1978
1/20
Current My Books and Minutes and Correspondence from Staff
1/21
FM/BM Model for WL/WW
1/22
Packet Contents, Assorted
Autumn 1979
1/23
Teachers: Outlines, Old and New
1/24
1980: FP File in Seattle
1980
1/25
Take to NY FP
1979
1/26
Tucson Conference Correspondence
1977, 1978
1/27
Production - Susan Correspondence
January 1979
1/28
WL/WW Design/Production Costs
1/29
Production Anthology and Second Printing
1982, 1983
1/30
Social Change
1/31
Fund Raising
1977
1/32
FP Fundraising
1/33
Fundraising
December 1975
1/34
Fundraising
1/35
Fundraising
1/36
Informational Materials News Releases
1/37
Corporation FP, Letter for Funds
1978-1979
1/38
Production: Current
1981
1/39
Promotion
1/40
Production
1/41
Production and Promotion
1/42
Feminist Issues
1/43
Staff Retreat
1975
1/44
FP Retreat Planning/Materials to be Written
1977
1/45
Staff Retreat - Audiocassette Tape
1979, February 1991
1/46
Reprints FP
1976-1978
1/47
Ginny's Jail Stay - Reprints Con.
1/48
FP Miscellaneous
1/49
Women's Studies/ In-Service Ed.
1/50
Ness
1/51
General Press Biz
January 1980
1/52
Private and Biz: NY
Fall 1980
1/53
Maimie Papers and Correspondence
2/1
Maimie, Serial Rites Letters: Notes
2/2
Maimie - Name Changes, Correspondence Regarding
1975-1976
2/3
Maimie
2/4
Reviews, General
2/5
Promotion Books, General
November 1978
2/6
Maimie Reviews
2/7
Reviews, Flyers, Including British Review Maimie
1980
2/8
Promotion Including Maimie, Letters from Maimie's Family
2/9
Maimie Correspondence for FP
2/10
Maimie Correspondence
2/11
Maimie Correspondence
2/12
Maimie Acknowledgment and Chronology, to Finish
2/13
Fund-Raising: Maimie
2/14
Fundraising - Sue's Current for Maimie
2/15
Read/File, FP Correspondence, Assorted Minutes, etc.
2/16
Staff Reports/Projection to Steering Company
1979
2/17
Steering Committee
2/18
FP Events: Communications of Staff, Board, CCs of News Stories
2/19
Press Releases News Articles
2/20
Book Promotion How To's Sample Flyers
2/21
FP Addresses, Phones of Various Contacts
2/22
Teachers: Correspondence and Criticism Outline
2/23
FP - Some Valuable Info Here - Needs to be Cleaned Out
2/24
Contacts, Women
2/25
Editorial/Publications Committee, FP the Feminist Press
2/26
Production, All Books, Recent w. Susan
2/27
To File
2/28
WL/WW Design/Production Costs
January 17, 1980
2/29
WL/WW Staff Time Projections
January 1979
2/30
Correspondence w. Flo, Betsy, etc.
2/31
[Folder Label is Torn]
2/32
Kearns - WIN Review and Correspondence
2/33
Kollwitz
2/34
Kathe Kollwitz Production
2/35
Kollwitz: Changes and Additions, Maimie Corrections
2/36
Copy Kollwitz Editing
2/37
HS Project: Early Planning, Schedules, Budgets, Reports
2/38
High School Project, Basic Materials, Early Correspondence Old
2/39
Group School Correspondence and Notes
2/40
Feminist Press Copy Editing and Correspondence
2/41
Law Book: Outlines, Proposals, Correspondence
2/42
E. Proposals/ Sue KK Speech
2/43
Margaret Walker
2/44
Copy Editing Library of Congress
2/45
Permissions
2/46
Financial Information
2/47
Copyrights Since 1979
2/48
Correspondence and Public Meetings
May-July 1979
2/49
FP Business to Attend to
February 1980
2/50
FP Packet Record
June 1980
2/51
WL/WW Memos on Books in Progress, etc.
1979
2/52
WL/WW Work Projections, Minutes, etc.
3/7
Mail From FP, Not Sorted, But Read
May 1980
3/8
Cantarew (sp?): Sac Charge
3/9
Teachers: Production, Photos, Tillie Olsen Matten
3/1
Law
3/2
WL/WW Minutes
3/3
Minutes/Reports, Board and Committee
3/4
Sports - Teaching Guide
3/5
Maimie Papers Local Promo
3/6
Newsletters, Clippings
3/7
HS Project, Correspondence and Reports In-House Minutes
3/8
Board Meeting - Reports
3/9
Audiotape Cassettes of Public Readings of Selections from the Maimie Papers
1978
3/10
Maimie, pp. 1-273
3/11
Maimie, pp. 274-480
3/12
Maimie # 481-623
3/13
Maimie Folders 20-21, pp. 624-763
3/14
Maimie Folders 22-27, pp. 764-934
3/15
Maimie - 2nd Edition Promos and Reviews
1997
3/16
Ready for Mailing to Betsy
3/17
Cayden, Sue's Notes on Book
3/18
Photographs, Antoinette Brown
3/19
Maimie: Intro (Ruth's Original)
3/20
Intro, Copy
3/21
Maimie Copied: Matters Already Attended to
3/22
Maimie: Chronology and Characters
3/23
Maimie: Pages Changed After Consultation with Ruth and Re-Typed
3/24
Maimie - Enveloped Papers
3/25
Whole Pages Cut from Maimie
3/26
Footnotes
4/1
Cayden Correspondence
4/2
ABB [Antoinette Brown Blackwell]
4/3
Chronology, Geneology, Bibliography, and Prologue
4/4
ABB: "Expert Readers," Promo Ideas Betsy/Sue Need to Correspond
4/5
ABB: Sue's CC of Edited Final Draft
July 27, 1979
4/6
ABB: Sue's Extended Noted on Each Chapter
Beginning December 1976
4/7
ABB New 13, 14, 15, and CC w. Some Notes
December 1979
4/8
ABB - Flo's Comments
4/9
ABB - Ch. 13, 14, 15 Old Versions
February 1978
4/10
Land: Testing Ed, Complete
4/11
Land: Women Including Correspondence
4/12
Land: Earliest Work
4/13
Spreads and Extra Galleys on Coffee Table
4/14
Land: Comments on Testing Ed. Material
4/15
Land: All Comments with Test Results
4/16
Land - Comments on 4 and 5, Additions to 3
4/17
Land - Intro, Phot. Essay, T of C - Finished, Old
4/18
Specs for Land and MUJ
4/19
Land: All FM/BM and Preface
4/20
Land: FM/BM Specs Correspondence
March 1980
4/21
Land, a Few Notes on To Do and ABI
4/22
Land: Correspondence and Cast-Off
4/23
#1 Maimie
4/24
ERA - Correspondence, Critiques
4/25
California House
4/26
Maimie #481-623
4/27
Maimie pp. 624-763 Folders 20-21
4/28
Maimie pp. 764-891 Folders 22-27
4/29
Organizations
4/30
Susan Trow and Style Sheet
4/31
Textual Matters: Maimie, Does Not Need Rechecking
4/32
Maimie: Textual Matters (Letter Numbers, Name Changes, etc.)
4/33
Maimie: Old Text Note; Retired Notes
4/34
Style Sheet, Production, and Copyediting
4/35
Maimie: Footnotes, Text
4/36
Copies of Chronology
4/37
Maimie: If There's Time
4/38
Ruth's Line-Changes and Possible Future Cuts
5/1
FM/BM of Notes to Jeanne
5/2
After Blues Arrive
5/29
New FP Mailings
5/30
Staffing/Personnel Discussions
5/31
Schedules
5/32
Women's Lives, Women's Work - Miscellaneous
5/33
Direct Mail - Samples
5/34
FP Troubles Retract
1979
6/1
Correspondence, Notes
January 1979, 1980
6/2
Arts: New Selections, Correspondence
October 1978
6/3
New Correspondence - Attention
6/4
Art, Women: Correspondence Before Hedges, Wendt
6/5
Arts: New Correspondence to ne Answered by Flo
6/6
Art - Hedges/Wendt Correspondence
6/7
Art Notes
6/8
Arts: Photo Captions
6/9
Staff and Teacher and My Critique
6/10
Arts Index
6/11
Arts Correspondence to Present
Spring/Summer 1979
6/12
Visuals Parts I-II
6/13
Radio Talk: Show Hosts, Other Correspondence
1979, 1980
6/14
Editorial Matters
6/15
Ed/Pub Communication: Procedures (Both Design and Editing)
6/16
Correspondence, FP Staff
6/17
FP Staff Correspondence, Part II
6/18
FP Staff Correspondence, Part III
6/19
FP Assorted
1977
6/20
FP Misc. Correspondence and Minutes, WL/WW Comments
1979-1980
6/21
FP Emergency Job Applicants
6/22
Minutes, Staff Meetings
6/23
Board
1979
6/24
Board Meeting
May-July 1979
6/25
FP New Board Candidates and Correspondence
Winter 1979
6/26
Personnel and Correspondence, FP
6/27
Personnel (Replacement While Original is Missing)
6/28
Personnel - Bills to Press to Straighten Out
6/29
Barbara Wilson Papers on Permanent Presses
6/30
Pre-"Revolution" FP
September-October 1980
6/31
Review Committee for FP "Revolution"
6/32
FP: Call to Liz
6/33
Sue's Letter to Authors and the Enclosures
6/34
Photograph of Feminist Press Staff
6/35
Clips re: Feminist Press and Miscellaneous Correspondence - Mostly Internal
6/36
Feminist Press Catalogs
Box
7
Books, Publications, Cassettes,
No Labeled Folders
mapcase-folder
14
Posters
Posters – both Seattle/regional and national, and two signs

Series 2:  Political MaterialsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
3/27
Seattle Peace Information Center
1962
3/28
Hiroshima Exhibit, [Seattle] World's Fair
1962+
5/3
World of Hiroshima
5/4
Hiroshima
5/5
Letter to Mayor Hamai
5/6
Gordon Hirabayashi Case
5/7
CORE Education Project - General
5/8
CORE- Education Project - Homes
5/9
Political - Lists - PEN Washington
5/10
Draft Resistance - Memorabilia
1980-1984?
5/11
Draft and Women
5/12
Draft and Civil Liberties - Good, Timeless
5/13
Maribeth/Sue - Schools [Anti-Draft Campaign Directed at Seattle High Schools]
5/14
Teaching About Peace
5/15
Youth/Military Organizations
5/16
Counter-Recruiting Youth and Military
5/17
Military - Draft - Resistance
5/18
Tax Resistance
5/19
Civil Disobedience [Draft Resistance]
5/20
AFSC -Peace Education [Committee]
1963-1964
5/21
[AFSC exhibit at] NEA [annual meeting?]
1964
5/22
Retreat - AFSC - Peace Education Section Retreat
5/23
Nonviolence Workshop
5/24
Platform for Peace - History & Information Written for Others
5/25
Art Show Controversy
1961
5/26
United Farm Workers
5/27
Seattle "Movement" Organizations - Miscellaneous Mixed Materials
5/28
Youth and Militarism
6/37
War Resisters League
1976
6/38
WTO Follow-Ups of All Kinds
2001
6/39
JR [Jeanette Rankin] Articles Correspondence
2001
6/40
September 11, 2001
September 2001
6/41
SNOW- Points of Agreement
6/42
Off Our Backs: Arguments vs. Feminists Being Pacifists
8/1
Publicity Guide-All Media at That Time. Basics
1960s
8/2
Media
2004
8/3
Political
8/4
Nonviolence Ideas
8/5
Iraq
8/6
ICC Projects
8/7
ACLU -Your Rights on the Street
8/8
Mass Media
8/9
Trident -NYT Coverage, Ginny, & Other
8/10
Tax Revolt
8/11
Leaflet Samples and Notes
8/12
Trident Action
8/13
Leaflet Sample
8/14
Nicaragua
8/15
Mayor of Hiroshima Address and Correspondence
2002
8/16
Mideast War
1991
8/17
Women and Non Violence
8/18
Women's History Speakers Names/Addresses
1983
8/19
[Salman] Rushdie Events
8/20
ACLU -Nuke War
8/21
NOW - Ltr. - Bellingham Matter
8/22
ACLU - Nukes - Drafts of Sections and Various Other Materials
8/23
ACLU Pornography/Boycott
8/24
ACLU - Trident- NV [Nonviolent] Training Exercises
8/25
Arms Race
8/26
Nuke War & Civil Liberties
8/27
ACLU Draft Correspondence - WKT, etc.
8/28
ACLU Programs - Draft
1982-1983
8/29
ACLU - Draft
1983
8/30
ACLU - Draft Committee - Minutes
8/31
Committees - Miscellaneous
1967-1968
8/32
Arms Race & Local Contacts Info
1980
8/33
Czechoslovakia & Other Issues
8/34
Hiroshima Rally & Hiroshima Day
1968-1967
8/35
Congress -Other
2001-2002
8/36
Civil Liberties
8/37
The Lincoln Brigade
8/38
Counter [Military Service] Pamphlets
8/39
Conferences and Events (NWSA)
1982-1985
8/40
Leaflets and Lit
8/41
Columbia Team
8/42
U.N. Second Special Session on Disarmament
8/43
April 15 Mobilization (Against the War in Vietnam) - Folder 1 of 2
8/44
April 15 Mobilization (Against the War in Vietnam) - Folder 2 of 2
8/45
"The Day After" (List of Organizations)
8/46
FEMA, Bomb Shelter, etc.
8/47
Contra Vote, Hanford
1986
8/48
South Africa Action - Clips and CC's
8/49
Israel-Arab
8/50
Central America - Pledge and Other Material
8/51
AFSC - Correspondence
1965-1967
8/52
AFSC - Peace Education Committee - Minutes
1965-1966
8/53
AFSC Program Ideas
8/54
April Days - Seattle Civil Action Plans
1968
9/1
Michael Lerner - Guerilla Theater
9/2
Spring Offensive
April-May 1971
9/3
Politics File
9/4
Vietnam - Bellingham Witness
9/5
Peace - AFSC
9/6
AFSC- Emergency Effort for Peace in Vietnam
9/7
AFSC - Special Viet. Effort - My Reports
9/8
Vietnam Summer - Correspondence and Mailing Lists
9/9
Vietnam Summer - Business
9/10
Vietnam Summer - Clippings
9/11
Vietnam Commencement
9/12
Seattle Peace Education Committee
9/13
Boeing Demonstration
9/14
Polaris Action - Boeing Action
9/15
AFSC - Peace Committee Programs
September 1966
9/16
AFSC - Steering Committee
9/17
AFSC - Public Witness Subcommittee
9/18
AFSC -Urban Affairs Subcommittee
9/19
AFSC - Meeting and Background
June 1966
9/20
April Days
1968
9/21
November 27, March
1966
9/22
AFSC Peace Committee Programs
September 1965-1966
9/23
Seattle Civil Action Kiro and Incident with Marshalls
9/24
Seattle Civil Action Conn. Oct. 17
10/1
Seattle Civil Action Committee -Overflow
10/2
Draft Resistance
10/3
November Mobilization
1969
10/4
Demonstrations & News Clippings
October 1967
10/5
Tax Refusal -Telephone
10/6
Stop the Draft Week
October 1967
10/7
Vietnam Projects- Leaflets
10/8
Nonviolence and The Movement (Social Change)
10/9
Nonviolence Workshop
10/10
Nonviolence Training -and Notes written by Sue Davidson
10/11
War Toys
10/12
MAD-FAD (Mothers Against the Draft, Fathers Against the Draft)
10/13
Draft Counseling, Conscientious Objectors
10/14
Sue Gottfried's AFSC Files
1965-1966
10/15
Theatre West [Community Theater]
10/16
Obituaries/Memorials - Local Political Activists
10/17
Seattle "Movement" Organizations - Miscellaneous Mixed Materials
10/18
Seattle "Movement" Organizations - Miscellaneous Mixed Materials
11/1
Mike Siegal (Radio Host) Salman Rushdie Affair
March 1989
11/2
Feminist and Women's Studies Materials
11/3
Feminist and Women's Studies Materials
11/4
Feminist Writers Guild - Seattle Chapter
11/5
Feminist and Women's Studies Materials
11/6
Feminist and Women's Studies Materials
11
Miscellaneous Publications of Miscellaneous Seattle Organizations
no folders

Series 3:  WritingsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder
5/35
Red Emma Musical Score
9/25
Old Resumes - Mine and Others, Contacts List, etc.
9/26
Writings, P.R., Flyers, Samples for Job Applications
9/27
Reviews, Correspondence re: Articles
1980s
9/28
Employment: New Directions for Young Women; School/Community Change Project
9/29
School/Community Change Project
9/30
English Instructor - Shoreline Community College
1965-1966
9/31
New Directions: Book Reviews, Articles, News Releases, Programs, Mailers, etc.
9/32
ISBN and ABI For New Directions for Young Women
9/33
Judy Bently (Henry Holt) Info, Correspondence, Editing
9/34
Assention/Teen Flyer and Lampoon
9/35
Employment: Editing - Freelance
9/36
Correspondence: Sue Freelance Writing Editing
9/37
K. Blair - Freelance
1985-1986
9/38
Bills Freelance, Correspondence Freelance
1988-1989
9/39
Freelance Earning
1984-1995
9/40
Sample Authors - Contract (FP) and Relevant Correspondence
9/41
Freelance Work and Correspondence and Billing
1989-1990
9/42
Rasmussen (See for Model Contract)
9/43
West States: Correspondence, Style Sheet
9/44
Basic Facts Piece Working File
9/45
Correspondence with Publisher - Mostly re: Published Books/Articles
9/46
"Freedom Patrol" Progressive Article and Materials on Reese Case
9/47
"Freedom Patrol"Article in "The Progressive" - Research Materials For
9/48
Correspondence, Fellowship Publishers, the Progressive, etc.
9/49
"History of Peace-Making" - Outlines
9/50
History of Peace Making, Correspondence
12/1
Seal Press: "Backbone" Journal/"Liberal Ladies" Correspondence Audiotape
1980-1981
12/2
Seal
1990s
12/3
Schedule Correspondence Seal Press
1990-1992
12/4
Changing: Upcoming Events, Reviews, and Maimie Reviews
12/5
Nancy, Ingrid, Pam: Promo, Mailings, etc.
1995-1997
12/6
Proposal and Intro CTG
12/7
Gibson and Marble Correspondence to Gibson
12/8
Correspondence - Seal Press
12/9
Getting Free
1989-1992
12/10
GF Examples of Prose Simplification
12/11
Order/Promo Getting the Real Story
12/12
CTG Correspondence, Faith and Catalogue Prevention Copy
12/13
Changing Publicity - Event
1997-1998
12/14
Plans for the Next Book, Either WHD Series or Other
12/15
Mink: Correspondence with Others, My Correspondence with Seal
12/16
Mink: Correspondence
12/17
Nelida - Promo and Reviews
12/18
Reviews of Getting the Real Speaking Dates
12/19
For Revising WHD Response Shuts and Letters
12/20
WHD Promo: Mostly Individual SPL Events
12/21
Mink: Articles Including Nader
12/22
Patsy Mink, Film Correspondence
12/23
Mink: Film on "Ahead", Correspondence with Others
12/24
Location of Newspaper Files at UW Library
12/25
Mink: Historical Legend
1990s
12/26
Mink: Interview Responses
12/27
Rankin - Research, Bibliography List
12/28
Seal Press, WWD
12/29
Seal Press
1990s
12/30
Seal: General Correspondence
1997-2000s
12/31
Royalities, YCBF and WHD
1998-1999
12/32
Avalon Royalities
circa 2004
12/33
Royalities: Avalon Seal and Other Pay/Expenses
12/34
Seal Press Catalogs
12/35
"History of Peace Making" - Miscellaneous and Bibliography
12/36
Doves Journal - Tucson
1998
12/37
Each: FM/EM
12/38
Includes All My Speeches on Feminism and Nonviolence
12/39
Feminism and Nonviolence
12/40
Reading Relations
1999-2000
12/41
Reading Aloud - Notes
March 1999
12/42
Frontiers Aki K. Article
12/43
Heresies (Women and Military), Women and the Draft: ACLU Speech
12/44
Article on Writing
12/45
Ashland Article
12/46
Kauai Oral History: Biz Correspondence
1980
12/47
Needle Proposal and Correspondence
12/48
Jensen: Needle Trade and Correspondence
12/49
Needle: Contract, Payments, Some Expenses (IRS)
12/50
A Needle, A Bobbin, A Strike
12/51
In the Bookwoman "The Seal Press Story"
13/1
Original Unmarked Final for 4/87 Readings
April 1987
13/2
Sewing Machine Some Means and End
13/3
Red Emma Song
13/4
Red Emma Pre-Final Typed by Nikhi
13/5
Reunion Song
13/6
In Our Commune
13/7
Mother Earth Song
1988
13/8
Philosophers Song
13/9
Emma's Song Dancing to the Revolution
13/10
Red Queen/Hobo King Versions
13/11
Working CC: Reunion Songs, Not My Revolution, Cover Me
13/12
Sc. 3 Draft with Extra Materials, Alternate Versions of Songs
13/13
Revisions in Progress
December 1986
13/14
Dicardo: He Doesn't Want a Woman and Last Version Cover Me
13/15
Act II Detritus Including A Song for Nellie, Never Used
13/16
Act III, Sc. 8 and 9 Background Material, Act III Final Speech
13/17
Act II
13/18
Detritus and Notes Act II (Background, Songs, etc.)
13/19
General Lines of Duel - Opponent
13/20
Specific: Chronology, Events Capable of Being Dramatized
13/21
Land: Culls
13/22
Red Emma - Working Script Revised Post-Reading
Spring 1987
13/23
Sue's Marked CC of EG from 4/87 Reading
April 1987
13/24
Emma Goldman Book
13/25
Goldman Correspondence
13/26
Howard Zinn Play
13/27
Red Emma Outline, Chronology
13/28
"Red Emma" Recordings of Audiocassette Tapes
13/29
Musical Score
13/30
Script for April Reading
April 1987
13/31
Red Emma Score and Script
13/32
Promo/Publicity - Word
1984
13/33
Attendance Record/Payment Record - Word of Mouth
13/34
Word of Mouth - Briefly
13/35
Media List, Sample Press Packets, Word of Mouth
1985
13/36
Word - Thumbnail PR Descriptions and Intros
1988-1989
13/37
Word of Mouth
13/38
Word of Mouth, Memorabilia, Audiocassette and Tape Recording
13/39
"Breaking the Silence" Materials

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Authors, American--Washington (State)--Seattle
  • Civil rights--United States
  • Feminism--United States
  • Feminists--Washington (State)--Seattle
  • Pacifism--United States
  • Political activists--Washington (State)--Seattle
  • Women's rights--United States
  • Personal Names :
  • Davidson, Sue 1925---Archives
  • Pinzer, Maimie 1885-1940. Maimie papers
  • Corporate Names :
  • American Civil Liberties Union
  • American Friends Service Committee
  • Feminist Press
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  • Seattle (Wash.)--Politics and government
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