||Rupp-Taylor collection of interviews, 1977-1983|
||Harvard University. Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study. Schlesinger Library [Repository Details]|
||Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States|
||History notes : Leila J. Rupp was an associate professor of history and Verta Taylor an associate professor of sociology at Ohio State University. In 1987 they published Survival in the Doldrums: The American Women’s Rights Movement, 1945 to the 1960s, a study of feminism in the 1950s, particularly the National Woman’s Party and its efforts to pass the Equal Rights Amendment.
Summary : Collection consists of 36 audiotapes of interviews conducted by Rupp and Taylor as part of their research for their book. Also included are transcripts of the interviews with Caruthers Berger, Elizabeth Chittick, Catherine East, Mary Eastwood, Ruth Gage-Colby, Margaret Hickey, Monika Kehoe, Pauli Murray, E.S. Pollock, Ernestine Powell, and Helen Schleman.
Provenance : Gift of Leila J. Rupp and Verta Taylor, 2003.
Notes : Unprocessed but available for research.|
|Estimated Total of Interviews:
||Women's Studies; Sociology|
||Equal rights amendments--United States; Feminism; Feminism--United States; Feminist theory; Oral history; United States; Women; Women--History; Women--Social conditions|
||National Women's Party, United States|