SO CLAP! (Southern Oregon Country Lesbian Archival Project) Collection, 1974-1999  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
SO CLAP!, Inc.
Title
SO CLAP! (Southern Oregon Country Lesbian Archival Project) Collection
Dates
1974-1999 (inclusive)
Quantity
13.0 linear feet, (24 containers)
Collection Number
Coll 266
Summary
SO CLAP! was a non-profit corporation established in 1989 to collect and preserve primary source material documenting the history of the lesbian and feminist back-to-the-land movement in southern Oregon. The collection contains correspondence, creative writings, autobiographical writings, financial records, publications, photographs, graphic materials, and ephemera.
Repository
University of Oregon Libraries, Special Collections and University Archives.
UO Libraries--SPC, 1299
University of Oregon
Eugene OR
97403-1299
Telephone: 541-346-3068
Fax: 541-346-3485
spcarref@uoregon.edu
Access Restrictions

Collection is open to the public.

Collection must be used in Special Collections & University Archives Reading Room.

Languages
English
Sponsor
Funding for encoding this finding aid was provided through a grant awarded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.


Historical NoteReturn to Top

SO CLAP!, a non-profit corporation, was established in 1989 for charitable, historical and educational purposes. The corporation’s primary purpose was to create an archival collection to document the history of the lesbian and feminist back-to-the-land movement in southern Oregon which was in full swing by the early 1970s and which continues into the 21st century.

The earliest communities were organized by women who had their roots in the back-to-the-land-movement, the lesbian feminist movement and the women's liberation movement of the 1960s and 1970s. Hundreds of women have lived on the lands, have visited for varying lengths of time, have enjoyed the land for ovulars, festivals, camping and spiritual activities. All the groups struggled to establish and maintain a sense of community based on their vision and values and felt their failures on this level very acutely. The values of openness to all women and the desire to overcome the injuries perpetrated by class and racism in late 20th century U.S., values espoused in general by all the groups, led to intense personal struggles as women found themselves without privacy, without personal control of their money and time and in constant meetings to deal equitably with every problem that arose. Burnout was endemic. Yet, the collection provides a glimpse into the joy, personal growth and sense of community that many of the women experienced during their time on the land and the great nostalgia they still feel for that period of their lives.

The communities varied extensively in material resources and conveniences available, although all did without one or more of the modern conveniences such as electricity, running water, bathrooms, or central heating. The collection describes the sharing of skills and resources that women living on the land and in the surrounding communities contributed in their quest to change themselves and the larger society in order to implement their vision of a good life where women would be safe, creative and respected. The land was seen as the wild mother, a resource for creativity and healing, a place of safety for themselves and for women whose personal economic resources would never allow them the opportunity to live a rural life.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The SO CLAP! collection is made up of seventeen different series of materials. The two largest and most comprehensive series (OWL Farm and OWL Trust) are divided into sub-series, including: administrative and legal documents, artifacts, correspondence, ephemera, journals, meeting minutes and notes, miscellaneous, publications and writings. The next several series (III-IX) emerge from the history of several individual farmlands in Oregon including: the Cabbage Lane series; and the Fly Away Home series which includes a herstory written by Bethroot Gwynn and poetry written at a writer retreat. The Rainbow’s End Series contains a piece on the death of Julie Hopp, a woman who lived on the land. There is also a series (X) from an Ashland based organization called Womensource that published a newsletter dedicated to the southern Oregon lesbian community and which dealt with information about the various lands and the women who lived on them.

The collection also includes a series of photographs. For preservation purposes, all the photographs were removed and put in one series that is organized by individual farm names. Many of the photographs are of women who lived on or visited the various farms during the 1970s. Proof sheets from the Photo Archives report and numerous slides are included.

The collection includes a substantial collection of networking materials including: newsletters subscribed to; organizations and individuals which were in contact with the southern Oregon rural feminists; and materials from other women's land organization nationwide. This section may aid the researcher to understand how these women were part of larger movements, such as the larger gay and lesbian movement and the larger back to the land movement.

Within the series a researcher can find writing about a particular community or by a women who lived on that particular land. There is also a series that includes miscellaneous information and writings that are not specific to one land in particular. For example, a researcher looking for writing explicitly about OWL Farm would look in the OWL Farm Series, but if more general writings are needed then the Writing and Miscellaneous series will provide more information.

The collection has a series (XIV) of information specifically regarding SO CLAP! Inc. The material is mostly administrative and legal information. It also includes information on how the archive was gathered and how the collection was put together.

Finally, there are the oversized items. This series (XIV) has several maps, including the OWL Farm boundary lands. There is a handwritten list of OWL Farms long-term projects and dreams. The Oversized Series includes signs from WomenSpirit Rites of Passage celebrations. There is also a SO CLAP! photo display with photographs of women on the various farms with hand-drawn artwork on the back.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

Property rights reside with Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries. Copyright resides with the creators of the documents or their heirs. All requests for permission to publish collection materials must be submitted to Special Collections & University Archives. The reader must also obtain permission of the copyright holder.

Archival material may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal and/or state right to privacy laws and other regulations.

Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in this collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications (e.g. a cause of action for invasion of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person) for which the University of Oregon assumes no responsibility.

If a researcher finds sensitive personal information in a collection, please bring it to the attention of the reading room staff.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], SO-CLAP! Collection, Coll 266, Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Series I:  OWL FarmReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Incoming correspondence
Box Folder
1 1
Correspondence
January 1981
1 2
Correspondence
February 1981
1 3
Correspondence
March 1981
1 4
Correspondence
April 1981
1 5
Correspondence
May 1981
1 6
Correspondence
June 1981
1 7
Correspondence
August 1981
1 8
Correspondence
November 1990
1 9
Correspondence
January 1991
1 10
Correspondence
February 1991
1 11
Correspondence
March 1991
1 12
Correspondence
April 1991
1 13
Correspondence
May 1991
1 14
Correspondence
June 1991
1 15
Correspondence
July 1991
1 16
Correspondence
August 1991
1 17
Correspondence
September 1991
1 18
Correspondence
October 1991
1 19
Correspondence
November 1991
1 20
Correspondence
December 1991
1 21
Correspondence
January 1992
1 22
Correspondence
February 1992
1 23
Correspondence
March 1992
1 24
Correspondence
April 1992
1 25
Correspondence
May 1992
1 26
Correspondence
June 1992
1 27
Correspondence
July 1992
1 28
Correspondence
January 1993
1 29
Correspondence
February 1993
1 30
Correspondence
March 1993
1 31
Correspondence
April 1993
1 32
Correspondence
May 1993
1 33
Correspondence
June 1993
1 34
Correspondence
July 1993
1 35
Correspondence
August 1993
1 36
Correspondence
September 1993
2 1
Correspondence
November 1993
2 2
Correspondence
December 1993
2 3
Correspondence
January 1994
2 4
Correspondence
February 1994
2 5
Correspondence
March 1994
2 6
Correspondence
April 1994
2 7
Correspondence
May 1994
2 8
Correspondence
June 1994
2 9
Correspondence
July 1994
2 10
Correspondence
August 1994
2 11
Correspondence
September 1994
2 12
Correspondence
October 1994
2 13
Correspondence
November 1994
2 14
Correspondence
January 1995
2 15
Correspondence
February 1995
2 16
Correspondence
March 1995
2 17
Correspondence
April 1995
2 18
Correspondence
May 1995
2 19
Correspondence
June 1995
2 20
Correspondence
July 1995
2 21
Correspondence
August 1995
2 22
Correspondence
November 1995
2 23
Correspondence
undated
2 24
Correspondence
undated
2 25
Cults and deprogramming
2 26
Drugs and alcohol
2 27
Library
2 28
Women of color
Outgoing correspondence
Box Folder
2 29
Correspondence
1981-1985
2 30
Correspondence
September 1994
2 31
Correspondence
October 1994
Subseries: Meeting minutes and notes
Box Folder
3 1
Minutes and notes
June 1989
3 2
Minutes and notes
August 1989
3 3
Minutes and notes
September 1989
3 4
Minutes and notes
October 1989
3 5
Minutes and notes
November 1989
3 6
Minutes and notes
December 1989
3 7
Minutes and notes
January 1990
3 8
Minutes and notes
February 1990
3 9
Minutes and notes
March 1990
3 10
Minutes and notes
April 1990
3 11
Minutes and notes
May 1990
3 12
Minutes and notes
June 1990
3 13
Minutes and notes
July 1990
3 14
Minutes and notes
August 1990
3 15
Minutes and notes
September 1990
3 16
Minutes and notes
October 1990
3 17
Minutes and notes
November 1990
3 18
Minutes and notes
December 1990
3 19
Minutes and notes
January 1991
3 20
Minutes and notes
February 1991
3 21
Minutes and notes
March 1991
3 22
Minutes and notes
April 1991
3 23
Minutes and notes
May 1991
3 24
Minutes and notes
June 1991
3 25
Minutes and notes
July 1991
3 26
Minutes and notes
August 1991
3 27
Minutes and notes
September 1991
3 28
Minutes and notes
October 1991
3 29
Minutes and notes
November 1991
3 30
Minutes and notes
December 1991
3 31
Minutes and notes
January 1992
3 32
Minutes and notes
February 1992
3 33
Minutes and notes
March 1992
3 34
Minutes and notes
April 1992
3 35
Minutes and notes
May 1992
3 36
Minutes and notes
June 1992
3 37
Minutes and notes
July 1992
3 38
Minutes and notes
August 1992
3 39
Minutes and notes
September 1992
3 40
Minutes and notes
October 1992
3 41
Minutes and notes
November 1992
3 42
Minutes and notes
December 1992
3 43
Minutes and notes
January 1993
3 44
Minutes and notes
February 1993
3 45
Minutes and notes
March 1993
3 46
Minutes and notes
April 1993
3 47
Minutes and notes
May 1993
3 48
Minutes and notes
June 1993 - September 1993
3 49
Minutes and notes
October 1993
3 50
Minutes and notes
November 1993
3 51
Minutes and notes
December 1993-January 1994
3 52
Minutes and notes
Undated
Journals
Box Folder
4 1
journal
1974
4 2
journal
1975
4 3
journal
1985 1991
4 4
I-Ching journal
Ephemera
Box Folder
4 5
Cartoon
4 6
Flyers and postings about events and rituals
4 7
Pamphlets
Land use
Box Folder
4 8
Information
4 9
Information
4 10
Information
Writings
Box Folder
5 1
Written by Arnica
5 2
Changing Images
5 3
herstory, author unknown
5 4
Written by Maria
5 5
Written by Pelican
5 6
Poem: Felici Ana and Hana
5 7
Resources, Southern Oregon Women
5 8
Written by Sky
5 9
Written by Tee Corinne
5 10
Thesis by Ziadee Taekheir A. Price
5 11
Written by Thymes S. Siegal
Miscellaneous
Box Folder
6 1
Accessibility information
6 2
Boundary Lands
6 3
Directions to OWL Farm
6 4
Expenses
6 5
Feminist Tarot, A View from the Dykes by Sally Gearhart
6 6
Funding Foundation information
6 7
Garden layout
6 8
Garden sign
6 9
Introduction to newcomers
6 10
Library, Category List
6 11
Library, Feminist Print Media
6 12
Library, mail orders
6 13
Library, money proposal
6 14
Library, publication list
6 15
Library, publishers
6 16
Miscellaneous
6 17
Publication, Womonseed by Sunlight
6 18
Resources: Directory of Wimmins Land
6 19
Sign-in/mailing list
6 20
Waiting list
Artifacts
Box
7
Rubber stamp ["Oregon Women's Land, PO box 1692, Roseburg, OR"
7
T-shirt [yellow with blue OWL graphic]

Series II:  OWL TrustReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Correspondence (arranged chronologically)
Box Folder
8 1
To Jean Mountaingrove
1984
8 2
Letters concerning an incident at Artists' Group
1992
8 3
Incoming
1995
8 4
To Jean Mountaingrove from Katherine [3 letters]
1995
8 5
Incoming
1996
8 6
To Jean Mountaingrove [13 letters]
1996
8 7
To Katherine [7 letters]
1996
8 8
Incoming
1997
8 9
To Jean Mountaingrove from Arnica
1997
8 10
Incoming
1999
8 11
Incoming
Undated
8 12
Outgoing
Undated
8 13
Special Considerations Committee, incoming
Undated
8 14
Special Considerations Committee, outgoing
Undated
Administrative and Legal
Box Folder
8 15
Agreements
8 16
Articles of Amendment
8 17
Articles of Incorporation
8 18
By-Laws
8 19
Caretaking contract
8 20
Chronicle of events re: Cheryl Lyn Stallings
8 21
Finances
8 22
Grant application/information
8 23
Insurance information
8 24
Lawyer information
8 25
Legal documents
8 26
Mailing and phone lists
8 27
Miscellaneous
8 28
Proposals
Meeting Minutes and Notes
Box Folder
9 1
Minutes and notes
July 1997
9 2
Minutes and notes
February 1998
9 3
Minutes and notes
September 1986
9 4
Minutes and notes
September 1988
9 5
Minutes and notes
March 1989
9 6
Minutes and notes
September 1989
9 7
Minutes and notes
December 1989
9 8
Minutes and notes
March 1990
9 9
Minutes and notes
June 1990
9 10
Minutes and notes
September 1990
9 11
Minutes and notes
December 1990
9 12
Minutes and notes
March 1991
9 13
Minutes and notes
June 1991
9 14
Minutes and notes
July 1992
9 15
Minutes and notes
September 1991
9 16
Minutes and notes
December 1991
9 17
Minutes and notes
March 1992
9 18
Special caretakers meeting
May 1992
9 19
Minutes and notes
June 1992
9 20
Minutes and notes
September 1992
9 21
Minutes and notes
December 1992
9 22
Minutes and notes
March 1993
9 23
Minutes and notes
June 1993
9 24
Minutes and notes
December 1993
9 25
Minutes and notes
March 1994
9 26
Minutes and notes
June 1994
9 27
Minutes and notes
September 1994
9 28
Minutes and notes
December 1994
9 29
Minutes and notes
September 1995
9 30
Minutes and notes
December 1995
9 31
Minutes and notes
March 1996
9 32
Minutes and notes
December 1996
9 33
Re: relationship with OWL Farm
Undated
Land Use
Box Folder
9 34
BLM/Logging
July 1997
9 35
BLM/Logging: correspondence
February 1998
9 36
Committee: agenda
September 1986
9 37
Committee: guidelines
September 1988
9 38
Committee: meeting minutes and notes
December 1990-February 1991
9 39
Committee: meeting minutes and notes
June 1991
9 40
Committee: meeting minutes and notes
August 1991
9 41
Committee: meeting minutes and notes
September 1991
9 42
Committee: meeting minutes and notes
April 1992
9 43
Committee: meeting minutes and notes
May 1992
9 44
Committee: meeting minutes and notes
June 1992
9 45
Committee: meeting minutes and notes
Undated
9 46
Land ordinances
9 47
Water information
Ephemera
Box Folder
10 1
Cartoon
10 2
Graphics
10 3
Handbook
1985
10 4
Handbook, rough draft
10 6
Handbook, rough draft
10 6
Letterhead samples
Publications
Box Folder
10 7
Newsletter
1976
10 8
Newsletter
1977
10 9
Newsletter
1978
10 10
Newsletter
1980
10 11
Newsletter
1988
10 12
Newsletter
1990
10 13
Newsletter
1991
10 14
Newsletter
1992
10 15
Newsletter
1993
10 16
Newsletter
1994
10 17
Newsletter
1995
10 18
Newsletter
1996
10 19
Newsletter
1997
10 20
Newsletter
1998
10 21
Newsletter
1999
10 22
Newsletter
10 23
Newsletter: announcements/reports
10 24
Newsletter: correspondence
Miscellaneous
Box Folder
10 25
Miscellaneous
10 26
Miscellaneous
10 27
Farallones Institute map
10 28
Information sheet about the OWL Trust
10 29
T-shirt design
10 30
T-shirt design, correspondence
1990
10 31
T-shirt inventory

Series III:  Cabbage LaneReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
11 1
Correspondence, incoming
11 2
Correspondence, outgoing
11 3
Ephemera, flyers
11 4
journal
1974-1978
11 5
Meeting minutes and notes
11 6
Miscellaneous notes and information
11 7
Newsletter
1992/1996 Undated
11 8
Writings by La Rosa
11 9
Writings by Magik
11 10
Writings by Nelly
11 11
Writings by Sunny McHale Skydancer

Series IV:  CopperlandReturn to Top

Container(s) Description
Box Folder
11 12
Correspondence and email
11 13
Ephemera, flyers and other event postings
11 14
Croning invitation, miscellaneous

Series V:  Fly Away HomeReturn to Top

Container(s) Description
Box Folder
11 15
Correspondence
11 16
Ephemera, flyers
11 17
Announcements and miscellaneous
11 18
Community forum and miscellaneous
11 19
Writings by Bethroot Gwynn
11 20
Writing, poetry (writers' retreat)

Series VI:  GoldenReturn to Top

Container(s) Description
Box Folder
11 21
Correspondence, a letter from Zana
11 22
Ephemera, flyers
11 23
Writing, article
11 24
Writing, Elizabeth (Betty) Freeman
11 25
Writing, Zana, The Golden Cornucopia

Series VII:  GroundworksReturn to Top

Container(s) Description
Box Folder
11 26
Correspondence, a letter about Becky Bee
11 27
Ephemera, flyers
11 28
Ephemera, flyers re: Becky Bee
11 29
Ephemera, pamphlets
11 30
Writings, article re: Becky Bee

Series VIII:  Rainbow's EndReturn to Top

Container(s) Description
Box Folder
11 31
Correspondence and email re: Julie Hopp
11 32
Ephemera, event flyers
11 33
Miscellaneous, directions
11 34
Writing, poem
11 35
Writings re: Julie Hopp

Series IX:  We'MoonReturn to Top

Container(s) Description
Box Folder
11 36
Correspondence, outgoing
11 37
Ephemera, flyers/mailings
11 38
Publiations/Mother Tongue Ink

Series X:  WomanShareReturn to Top

Container(s) Description
Box Folder
11 39
Correspondence, incoming [1 letter]
11 40
Correspondence, outgoing
11 41
Ephemera, flyers
11 42
Post cards, miscellaneous
11 43
Publication, newsletter
11 44
Publiation, Rough Roads newsletter
12
Artifacts: two T-shirts [yellow with green "Womanshare" graphic and brown with black "Womanshare" graphic]

Series XI:  WomansourceReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
13 1
Correspondence
13 2
Ephemera, dance flyers
13 3
Ephemera, flyers
13 4
Newsletter
1977
13 5
Newsletter
1978
13 6
Newsletter
1990
13 7
Newsletter
1991
13 8
Newsletter
1992
13 9
Newsletter
1993
13 10
Newsletter
1994
13 11
Newsletter
1995
13 12
Newsletter
1996
13 13
Newsletter
1997
13 14
Newsletter
1998
13 15
Newsletter
1999
13 16
Newsletter
Undated
13 17
Womansource Herstory

Series XII:  Photographs and Information about photographsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
14 1
Cabbage Lane
14 2
Cabbage Lane: photo book by Patti
14 3
Golden
1976
14 4
Golden
1980s
14 5
Photograph of unidentified women dancing
14 6
OWL Farm
14 7
OWL Farm
14 8
OWL Farm--land use
14 9
OWL Farm: Proof sheets
1970s
14 10
Photo archives report: correspondence
14 11
Photo archives report: proof sheets
14 12
Slides from various women's lands

Series XIII:  Networking MaterialsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
15 1
Always in Season newsletter
15 2
Ariel newsletter
15 3
Appropriate Technologies Gazette
15 4
Ashland: Carolee Van Shillagh
15 5
Ashland: letter
15 6
Ashland: postings and event information
15 7
Bibliography on women
15 8
Bibliography on women
15 9
D.O.E. Farm pamphlets
15 10
D.O.E. Farm Newsletter
15 11
Earth Circles Newletter
15 12
Ephemera, flyers, and postings--art and literature event information
15 13
Ephemera, flyers, and postings--conference information
15 14
Ephemera, flyers, and postings--environmental issues
15 15
Ephemera, festival postings
15 16
Ephemera, flyers, and postings
15 17
Ephemera and flyers on health and healing
15 18
Ephemera, flyers, on music festivals
15 19
Ephemera and postings about women's spirituality
15 20
Ephemera about women and travel
15 21
Eugene: Amazon Rag
15 22
Eugene: Baba Yaga
15 23
Eugene: flyers
15 24
Eugene: Mother Kali's Books
15 25
Eugene: WICCA
15 26
Eugene: Womyn's Calendar
15 27
Fellowship for international communities
15 28
Feminist Bookstores newsletter
15 29
Full Circle temple
15 30
Full Moon quarterly
16 1
Gala News
16 2
Gala News
16 3
Grants Pass: Akia Woods and Lee Lynch
16 4
Grants Pass: Flyers and Invitations
16 5
Harvest Forum newsletter
16 6
Invitations to various events
16 7
Jefferson Banner Newsletter
16 8
Just Out, resources
16 9
Ladies Home Companion Newsletter
16 10
Lavendar Network Newsletter
16 11
Lavendar Waves: recovery retreat
16 12
Lesbian National Resources
16 13
Lesbian Resource Center News
16 14
Liberation Collective
16 15
New Mexico Women's Land Trust
16 16
Oregon Feminist Federal Credit Union Newsletter
16 17
OUTLAND: Questions
16 18
OUT-Standing Business Directory
16 19
Pamphlets and flyers
17 1
Riverland: correspondence
17 2
Riverland: Newsletter
1990
17 3
Riverland: Newsletter
1991
17 4
Riverland: Newsletter
1992
17 5
Roseburg: flyers and newsletters
17 6
Roseburg: Jemma Crae Productions
17 7
Roseburg: Katherine Jensen
17 8
Sacred Rivers journal
17 9
The Sola Gazette
1990
17 10
Sister Spirit
17 11
Susan B. Anthony Land Trust
17 12
Systers of Creation
17 13
Themis Newsletter
17 14
Tee Corinne: Poppyseed
17 15
Wimmin's Spiral Land Collective
17 16
Wise Women Center Gazette
17 17
Woman in the Moon Publishing
17 18
Womland Newsletter; letter
1992-1997
17 19
Bibliography on women
17 20
The Womyn's Grapevine Newsletter
1993
17 21
The Womyn's Grapevine Newsletter
1994
17 22
The Womyn's Grapevine Newsletter
1995
17 23
The Womyn's Grapevine Newsletter
1996
17 24
The Womyn's Grapevine Newsletter
1997
17 25
The Womyn's Grapevine Newsletter
1998
17 26
The Womyn's Grapevine Newsletter
1999

Series XIV:  Writings and Miscellaneous MaterialsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
18 1
Abuse and molestation
18 2
Articles
18 3
Ashland: Writing by Joan Spear
18 4
Ashland: Writing by Mariah Randolph
18 5
Ashland: Writing by Tangren Alexander
18 6
Ashland: Writing by Taya Darrow
18 7
Community and creativity
18 8
Jae Haggard: Wimmin of Our Dreams
18 9
Older Lesbians by Corinna Scheibler
18 10
My Grandmother's Wish
18 11
Poetry (miscellaneous and unidentified)
18 12
Roseburg: writing by Maria
18 13
Writing by Ruth and Jean Mountaingrove
18 14
Writing by Sandia Bear (Belgrade)
18 15
Southern Oregon Women Community Herstorys
18 16
Writing by Suma Shaazmunda
18 17
Writing by Tee Corinne
19 1
Ephemera, flyers, on music festivals
19 2
Ashland: Carolyn Gage, flyers and programs
19 3
Ashland: Carolyn Gage, The Amazon All Stars
19 4
Ashland: Carolyn Gage, Artemisia and Hilldegarde
19 5
Ashland: Carolyn Gage, Battered on Broadway
19 6
Ashland: Carolyn Gage, Louisa May Incest
19 7
Ashland: Carolyn Gage, Mason Dixon
19 8
Ashland: Carolyn Gage, The No Men Theater Collective
19 9
Letter from Country Women Magazine
19 10
Flyers and booklets about various topics regarding women and the land
19 11
Flyers and booklets about various topics such as non-violent action, the FBI, and school attendance for children
19 12
Girl Jock magazine [issue 5, undated]
19 13
Julia Dougherty: correspondence
1992-1995
19 14
Julia Dougherty: Dream House
19 15
Julia Dougherty: Ashes of a Southern Herstory
19 16
The Lesbian Erotic Cookbook [flyer]
19 17
Nuclear power and other energy issues [booklets]
19 18
Outlook magazine, an article on lesbian separatism
19 19
Passover information
19 20
The Politics of Sexuality in Capitalism

Series XV:  SO CLAP! Inc. recordsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description
Box Folder
20 1
Administrative and legal, archives project information
20 2
Administrative and legal, budget
20 3
Administrative and legal, by-laws
20 4
Administrative and legal, files and index
20 5
Administrative and legal, grant proposal
20 6
Administrative and legal, grant proposal correspondence
20 7
Administrative and legal, objectives
20 8
Administrative and legal, purpose and procedure
20 9
Correspondence, incoming
20 10
Correspondence, outgoing
20 11
Correspondence, group letter
20 12
Correspondence, International Gay and Lesbian Archives
20 13
Correspondence, email list
20 14
Ephemera, letterhead
20 15
Meeting minutes and notes
20 16
Miscellaneous, papers
20 17
Miscellaneous, event information
20 18
Miscellaneous, interview information
20 19
Miscellaneous, notes
20 20
Miscellaneous, women's land information
20 21
Writings, articles
20 22
Writings, answers to questionnaires

Series XVI:  ArtifactsReturn to Top

Container(s) Description
Box Folder
21 1
Calendar: Country Experience for Young Women
21 2
Nozama News
22
T-shirt [white with black writing ("Kimblio") and graphic

Series XVII:  OversizeReturn to Top

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Folder
23 1
White sign with black lettering, "Oregon Women's Land Trust"
23 2
3 flyers (with pictures of women): A flyer (with a photo collage of women) for Homegrown: Counter Culture of the Seventies, a radio documentary by Barbara Bernstein, a flyer (with a photo collage of women) for Country Women, a radio documentary by Barbara Bernstein, A flyer (with a photograph of a women) for "Women's Festival of Spirituality."
August 1985
23 3
Yellow sign with black writing, "Women Working"
drawer
24 1
Topographic map of Dixonville Quadrangle- Douglas County
24 2
OWL Farm: meeting notes, "long term projects and dreams"
24 3
OWL Farm: Boundary lands maps
24 4
OWL Farm: Hand-drawn map
25 1
SO CLAP! Photo Display, with hand-drawn art on back
25 3
Collage of Photographs (made for Jean Mountaingrove)

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Communal living--Oregon
  • Communal living--Oregon--Photographs
  • Feminists--Oregon
  • Lesbian community--Oregon
  • Lesbians' writings, American
  • Lesbians--Oregon
  • Lesbians--Oregon--Correspondence
  • Urban-rural migration--Oregon