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Subseries 2. Professional Women’s Caucus

Scope and Content Notes:

The Professional Women’s Caucus began as a conference at the New York University Law School on April 11, 1970; it was organized by Doris Sassower and JoAnn Evansgardner and was designed to represent women across professions. The theme of the conference was "Breaking Down the Barriers in the Professions" and presentations were given relating to women in the following professions: librarianship, engineering, health care, science, social work, and women’s role in professional organizations. As a result of this conference involving more than 500 women from across the nation, the Professional Women’s Caucus was formally established at a meeting held in Washington, D.C. in May of 1970. This series contains information about the original Professional Women’s Conference and the resulting formation of the Professional Women’s Caucus.

Folder 25-26 New York City Conference Agenda and Correspondence, 1970

Box 18
Folder 01-03 Mailers and Mailing Lists, 1970
Folder 4 Chairperson, 1970
Folder 5 Clippings, 1970
Folder 6 Job Opportunities, 1970
Folder 7 Doris Sassower Correspondence, 1970
Folder 8 Kay Klotzberger Meeting Notes, 1970
Folder 9 Mailing Labels and Lists, 1970
Folder 10 NAACP Notes, 1970
Folder 11 Speeches, 1970
Folder 12 Meeting Reports, 1970
Folder 13 Status Reports and Memos, 1970
Folder 14 Executive Commission, 1970
Folder 15 Membership, 1970
Folder 16 New York Caucus Meeting, 1972
Folder 17 Merit Promotion Program, 1973