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Edythe C. Harrison Papers, 1961-1993 | Special Collections and University Archives

By Charles Hillen, revised by Jan Halecki, Mel Frizzell and Special Collections Staff

Collection Overview

Title: Edythe C. Harrison Papers, 1961-1993

ID: 00/MG 60

Primary Creator: Harrison, Edythe C. (1934-)

Extent: 33.0 Linear Feet. More info below.

Arrangement:

The collection is divided into five series:

I. Legislative Papers

Sub-series A: House of Delegates

Sub-series B: Joint Subcommittee on Career, Technical and Vocational Education

II. Campaign Files

Sub-series A: Campaigns for House of Delegates (1979-1982)

Sub-series B: 1984 United States Senate Campaign

Sub-series C: 1984 Senate Campaign Clippings and News Releases

III. Virginia Opera Association

IV. General Papers

Sub-series A: Arts

Sub-series B: Education

Sub-series C: Abortion and V.O.I.C.E. (Virginians Organized for Informed Community Expression)

Sub-series D: Women's Issues

Sub-series E: Women in Leadership - Old Dominion University

Sub-series F: Women's American ORT

Sub-series G: Miscellaneous

Sub-series H: Reports & Publications

Sub-series I: Oversized Materials

V. Audio and Video Tapes

Sub-series A: Audio Cassette Tapes

Sub-series B: Reel-to-Reel Audio Tapes

Sub-series C: Video Tapes

Series I: Legislative Papers contains material regarding legislation proposed during Harrison's tenure in the Virginia House of Delegates. Some of the issues covered include; abortion, mastectomy, paternity, arts funding and education.

Sub-series B of this series involves Harrison's work on the Joint Subcommittee on Career, Technical and Vocational Education that she organized and chaired during her term in the Virginia House of Delegates. This sub series contains newspaper clippings, correspondence, reports of the committee and House Joint Resolutions.

Series II: Campaign Files contains material regarding the campaign for House of Delegates (Sub-series A), the campaign for U.S. Senate (Sub-series B) and newspaper clippings regarding both campaigns (Sub-series C).

Sub-series A: contains information on the elections in 1979, 1981 and her campaign in the 1982 Democratic primary against Delegate Tom Moss of Norfolk.

Sub-series B: contains information on political action committees, fundraising, contributions and contributors, research on various issues, preparatory notes for debates against Warner, reports stating her stance on the issues, political contacts throughout the state and election results in Virginia's ten congressional districts for previous elections. The correspondence includes letters of support, requests for information, letters from her constituents and condolence letters on her defeat. Her records also contain a considerable amount of material on her opponent, Senator John Warner. This material includes information on his Senate voting record, personal life, positions on various issues and contributions to his campaign for United States Senate in 1978.

Sub-series C: contains newspaper clippings regarding Harrison's campaigns. The bulk of this sub series pertains to the 1984 senate campaign.

Series III: Virginia Opera Association contains reviews of events, news articles, promotional materials, programs from the Virginia Opera and other opera and music festivals. The correspondence contains letters of support to and from the association and nomination letters for the committees of the Virginia Opera Association.

Series IV: General Papers includes material regarding Harrison's non-legislative activities.

Sub-series A: contains material regarding her work in support of the arts.

Sub-series B: contains information on the Virginia Vocational-Technical Education Foundation (VVEF) later renamed the Virginia Foundation for Business and Education. The material consists of meeting records, correspondence, news clippings, and reports.

Sub-series C: contains material regarding Harrison's work to keep abortion legal. Also included is material on V.O.I.C.E. (Virginians Organized For Informed Community Expression). The folders contain minutes of meetings, stances on abortion, membership solicitations and budget reports. Correspondence contains insightful information on the organization's purpose and the members of the organization. A letter of particular importance is from Pat Robertson to Bob Nusbaum, Vice-President of V.O.I.C.E.

Sub-series D: contains material regarding Harrison's work in women's issues. Most of this material pertains to Harrison's involvement with the National Women's Political Caucus (NWPC).

Sub-series E: contains material regarding the course taught by Harrison at Old Dominion University. The materials include lecture notes, course descriptions, reference materials. The sub series also contains material on the Friends of Women's Studies group at ODU.

Sub-series F: contains material regarding Women’s American ORT, a Jewish Women’s service and education organization. The materials include membership directories, newsletters, yearbooks, and other materials from the Norfolk/Tidewater chapters.

Sub-series G: contains miscellaneous materials such as personal correspondence, invitations, certificates, and portrait photos.

Sub-series H: contains published reports mostly concerning the issues of comparable worth and women in politics.

Sub-series I: contains oversized materials, mostly newspapers, also a birthday card, maps of voting precincts, sample ballot, and cross reference directory.

Series V: Audio and Video Tapes contains tapes mostly regarding Harrison's political activities. They include speeches, political ads, appearances on talk and news shows.

Date Acquired: 09/01/1994. More info below under Accruals.

Subjects: Civic leaders--Virginia--Norfolk, Hampton Roads (Va.)--History--20th century, Harrison, Edythe C., Legislators--Virginia--Hampton Roads, Norfolk (Va.)--Politics and government--20th century, Virginia--Politics and government--1951-, Virginia. General Assembly, Virginia. General Assembly. House of Delegates, Virginia Opera Association, Women legislators--Virginia

Languages: English

Abstract

Member of the Virginia House of Delegates (1979-1982), founder and president of the Virginia Opera Association, and unsuccessful candidate for United States Senator in 1984 against incumbent Republican, Senator John Warner. The first woman in Virginia nominated by the Democratic Party for statewide office. Collection primarily relates to her activities in politics and the 1984 Senatorial campaign.

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The Edythe C. Harrison Collection contains material concerning her activities as a delegate in the Virginia House of Delegates from 1979-1982, the Virginia Opera Association, the course she taught at Old Dominion University, Women in Leadership, and her campaign for United States Senator in 1984 against incumbent Republican Senator John Warner.

The bulk of the collection pertains to the 1984 United States Senate race, providing considerable insight into how a campaign operates from organizing staff and volunteers, establishing stances on various issues and soliciting electoral and financial support. The material contains information on political action committees, fundraising, contributions and contributors, research on various issues, preparatory notes for debates against Warner, reports stating her stance on the issues, political contacts throughout the state and election results in Virginia's ten congressional districts for previous elections. The correspondence includes letters of support, requests for information, letters from her constituents and condolence letters on her defeat. Two letters of particular note are from Bill Clinton, then Governor of Arkansas. Her records also contain a considerable amount of material on her opponent, Senator John Warner. This material includes information on his Senate voting record, his personal life, his stances on the issues and contribution material from his campaign for United States Senate in 1978.

The collection also contains records pertaining to the Subcommittee of Vocational, Technical, and Career Education which she organized and chaired during her term in the Virginia House of Delegates. The material contains newspaper clippings, correspondence, reports of the committee and House Joint Resolutions. Other items of importance include records on the Virginia Vocational-Technical Education Foundation, later renamed, the Virginia Foundation for Business and Education. The material consists of meeting records, correspondence, news clippings, and reports.

The material pertaining to the Virginia Opera Association contains reviews of the events, news articles, promotional materials, programs from other opera and music festivals and correspondence. This correspondence contains letters of support to and from the association and nomination letters for the committees of the Virginia Opera Association.

Several boxes contain information concerning her term in the Virginia House of Delegates. The material contains information on issues and legislation including abortion, the arts, breast cancer the deficit, arms control, crime, and Virginia's economy. The material also includes information on the elections in 1979, 1981 and her campaign in the 1982 Democratic primary against Delegate Tom Moss of Norfolk.

The box containing material of the course she taught at Old Dominion University, Women in Leadership, include bibliographies for research, pamphlets for Instruction, and textbooks. A considerable amount of material concerns the organization, V.O.I.C.E. (Virginians Organized For Informed Community Expression) It was established to counter vocal right-wing attacks on such issues as abortion and medical research on human reproduction and fertility. The folders contain minutes of meetings, stances on abortion, membership solicitations and budget reports. Correspondence contains insightful information on the organization's purpose and the members of the organization. A letter of particular importance is from Pat Robertson to Bob Nusbaum, Vice-President of V.O.I.C.E., distributed among the members of the organization.

Collection Historical Note

Edythe C. Harrison was born in Detroit, Michigan in 1934. She has lived in Norfolk, Virginia since 1957. A professional volunteer, Edythe founded and served on numerous committees and councils. She is a founding member of the Virginia Opera Association. She also served on Old Dominion University's President's Advisory Council, the Board of Directors of the Greater Norfolk Corporation, the Advisory Committee of the Day Care and Child Development Center of Tidewater, Inc., and National Board of Governors of the National Conference of Soviet Jewry. In 1980 she was a founding member of Virginians Organized For Informed Community Expression (V.O.I.C.E.), an organization established to counter vocal right-wing attacks on such issues as abortion and medical research on human reproduction and fertility. Additionally in 1983 she chaired the 2nd District chapter of the National Women's Political Caucus. Her awards and honors include Outstanding Professional Woman of the Tidewater, and the Brotherhood Award of the National Conference of Christians and Jews.

Edythe C. Harrison was first elected to political office in 1979 when she was elected to the Virginia House of Delegates. The committees on which she served during her tenure in the House of Delegates, 1979- 1982, were Education, Labor and Commerce, Conservation and Natural Resources, and Chesapeake and its Tributaries. She also served as Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Subcommittee on Vocational-Technical and Career Education and represented Virginia at the National Conference of State Legislatures, Arts and the States Committee. President Jimmy Carter appointed Edythe Harrison to the Advisory Committee for the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in 1979. In 1982 political redistricting in Norfolk created single member districts. She opposed incumbent Thomas Moss in the Democratic primary and lost. In 1984 Edythe Harrison became the first woman from Virginia nominated to seek state-wide office. She challenged Republican incumbent Senator John Warner in the 1984 United States Senate Race and was defeated.

In 1994 the Harrison Opera House in Norfolk was named for her after she raised $10 million to have the 50-year old civic auditorium completely remodeled and expanded.

Subject/Index Terms

Civic leaders--Virginia--Norfolk
Hampton Roads (Va.)--History--20th century
Harrison, Edythe C.
Legislators--Virginia--Hampton Roads
Norfolk (Va.)--Politics and government--20th century
Virginia--Politics and government--1951-
Virginia. General Assembly
Virginia. General Assembly. House of Delegates
Virginia Opera Association
Women legislators--Virginia

Administrative Information

Repository: Special Collections and University Archives

Accruals: A second accession was received in 1998.

Alternate Extent Statement: 79 Hollinger document cases, 2 oversize boxes

Access Restrictions: The collection is open to researchers without restrictions.

Use Restrictions: Before publishing quotations or excerpts from any materials, permission must be obtained from Special Collections and University Archives, and the holder of the copyright, if not Old Dominion University Libraries.

Acquisition Source: Edythe C. Harrison

Acquisition Method: Gift. Accession #A94-1

Preferred Citation: [Identification of item], Box [insert number], Folder [insert number and title], Edythe C. Harrison Papers, Special Collections and University Archives, Patricia W. and J. Douglas Perry Library, Old Dominion University Libraries, Norfolk, VA 23529.


Box and Folder Listing


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[Series I: Legislative Files],
[Series II: Campaign Files],
[Series III: Virginia Opera Association],
[Series IV: General Papers],
[Series V: Audio and Video Tapes],
[All]

Series IV: General Papers
Sub-Series A: Arts
Box 65
Folder 7: Arts Impact Report of NSCL
Folder 8: Virginia Alliance for Arts Education
Folder 9: Arts-Speech, May 1980
Folder 10: Arts-Kennedy Center
Folder 11: Norfolk Commission on the Arts and Humanities, by-laws & Harrison's Reappointment
Folder 12: Arts in the Corrections
Sub-Series B: Education
Box 65
Folder 13: Jobs for Virginia's Graduates
Folder 14: Southern Regional Education Board
Box 66
Folder 1: Speech-Gerrit Knodt "Marketing Vocational Education"
Folder 2: Legislation Senate Bill #660
Folder 3: Contacts
Folder 4: Internal Revenue Service re: Virginia Vocational-Technical Educational Foundation, Inc.
Folder 5: Virginia Vocational-Technical Education Foundation (VWEF) Meeting State Board of Education
Folder 6: Marion, Virginia Foundation
Folder 7: Governor Baliles-Formation of VVEF, 1987
Folder 8: Governor's Commission on Excellence in Education
Folder 9: Restated Bylaw, June 2, 1989
Folder 10: Biography [members of the VVEF]
Folder 11: VVEF Board of Directors, 1987-1989
Folder 12: Criteria for Forming Local Vo-Tech Foundations
Folder 13: Incoming VVEF Correspondence
Folder 14: Speech-Edythe Harrison
Folder 15: Article "Education as Funny Business" Chester E. Finn, Jr.
Folder 16: Speeches for the 105th Annual Conference of Division Superintendents, Virginia Departtment of Education, May 1988
Folder 17: South Carolinia Forum
Folder 18: Roy Smith Suggestions
Folder 19: Richard Rivin, LIFE Inc.
Folder 20: Resolution State Chamber and Construction Industry
Folder 21: Ford Quillen-House of Delegates
Folder 22: Virginia State Goverment-Executive Branch, 1986
Folder 23: Vocational Education in Public Schools
Folder 24: Virginia Career Education Advisory Committee Annual Report, 1986-1987
Folder 25: Virginia State Plan for Vocational Education
Folder 26: Virginia Council of Vocational Education
Folder 27: Wilder, Lawrence Correspondence
Folder 28: Prince William Foundation
Folder 29: City of Virginia Beach-Ambassador, Department of Economic Development, Vol.6 No. 2, July 1989
Folder 30: Press Releases (VVEF)
Folder 31: Dewey Oakley-Incoming Letters
Folder 32: News Articles, June, July, August 1989
Folder 33: News Articles, copies
Folder 34: News Articles, originals
Folder 35: United States Department of Labor
Folder 36: Forecast-The Fastest Growing Trades
Folder 37: Thor Letter to Bailes and Wilder
Folder 38: Thor Disribution
Folder 39: Superintendent Memo, July 6, 1988
Folder 40: State Board of Education on Vocational Technical Education, 1987
Folder 41: Speech-Ann McLaughlin
Folder 42: Minutes-VVEF
Folder 43: 2000 Youth: A Call to Action, 1986
Folder 44: Newspaper Articles-VVEF I
Box 67
Folder 1: Newspaper Articles-VVEF II
Folder 2: Fairfax County Educational Foundation
Folder 3: Fundraising
Folder 4: Skill Training I
Folder 5: Skill Training II
Folder 6: Workforce 2000
Folder 7: Goals-VVEF
Folder 8: Endorsements and Requests
Folder 9: John Alison
Folder 10: Apprenticeship Training
Folder 11: Executive Director Contract-VVEF
Folder 12: George Eanes Duties
Folder 13: Drop Out Information
Folder 14: Establishing VVEF
Folder 15: Appropriation-VVEF
Folder 16: Articles of Incorporation-VVEF
Folder 17: Articulation Plan-VVEF
Folder 18: Associated General Contractors
Folder 19: Audit-VVEF
Folder 20: Awards Program
Folder 21: Boston Private Industry Council
Box 68
Folder 1: VVEF Materials
Folder 2: Local Foundations
Folder 3: FAXVO Facts
Folder 4: Educational Material (Used for Speeches)
Folder 5: Leglislation Studies
Folder 6: Virginia Partnership of Education and Business, 1993
Sub-Series C: Abortion and V.O.I.C.E. (Virginians Organized for Informed Community Expression)
Box 68
Folder 7: Syracuse University-The Institute for Family Research and Education
Folder 8: Abortion Debate-Newspaper Articles, 1985
Folder 9: Abortion Legislation, 1982
Folder 10: Constituent Correspondence, Anti-Abortion, 1982
Folder 11: Medicaid Funding for Abortion
Folder 12: Abortion-Parental Consent
Folder 13: Harrison article-Parental Consent, 1985
Folder 14: Abortion-The Silent Scream
Folder 15: Abortion-Votes Parental Consent
Folder 16: VOKAL Conference, September 12, 1981
Folder 17: Abortion Reference Materials
Box 69
Folder 1: The Hyde Amendment
Folder 2: Virginia Forum-Edythe Harrison articles on Parental Consent
Folder 3: Parental Notification-HB 1915, 1989
Folder 4: Virginia Pro-Choice Alliance, 1985
Folder 5: Pro-Choice Current and Polling Data, September 1992
Folder 6: Briefs-Democratic Women on Defense
Folder 7: Newspaper
Folder 8: Abortion, Miscellaneous
Folder 9: Pro-Choice Alliance, 1986-1987
Folder 10: Pro-Choice Alliance, July-August 1989
Folder 11: Pro-Choice Alliance, 1990-1991
Folder 12: Editorials
Folder 13: Press Conference Reference Materials
Folder 14: Letters to Elected Officals
Folder 15: NARAL-News Articles
Folder 16: Pro-Choice Alliance Positive Action Campaign, 1990
Folder 17: Black Women
Folder 18: Ad-hoc Meetings of Pro-Choice Oraganizations
Folder 19: Newspaper Clippings
Folder 20: Survey Research Poll Questions, 1990
Folder 21: NARAL Parental Consent
Folder 22: ACLU
Folder 23: Planned Parenthood
Folder 24: Virginia League for Planned Parenthood
Folder 25: Connecticut's Abortion Law
Folder 26: Maine's Bill
Folder 27: Senator Granger MacFarlane
Folder 28: Harrison Editorial with Glenn's Suggestion
Folder 29: Norfolk Academy of Medicine Inc. Statement
Box 70
Folder 1: NOW Budget Pro-Choice Alliance
Folder 2: Notepad with Miscellaneous Notes
Folder 3: Pro-Choice Alliance Miscellaneous
Folder 4: Articles re: Abortion, July-August 1989
Folder 5: V.O.I.C.E.-Abortion: American Jewish Congress Statement
Folder 6: V.O.I.C.E.-Mrs. Willian C. Battle
Folder 7: V.O.I.C.E.-Teenage Birth Control
Folder 8: V.O.I.C.E.-Board of Directors Meetings: Minutes, 1981
Folder 9: V.O.I.C.E.-Budget, 1982
Folder 10: V.O.I.C.E.-Correspondence, 1980-1982
Folder 11: V.O.I.C.E.-IRS Exemption, 1981
Folder 12: V.O.I.C.E.-Reported Use of Human Fetuses in Cosmetics
Folder 13: V.O.I.C.E.-In-Vitro Clinic at EVMS
Folder 14: V.O.I.C.E.-News Articles and Letters Medicaid Aborion Legislation General Assembely, 1981
Folder 15: V.O.I.C.E.-Abortion Senate Bill #158 Helms-Hyde Bill
Folder 16: V.O.I.C.E.-News Article Family Planning and Sex Education
Folder 17: V.O.I.C.E.-Articles of Incorporation, Position Paper, Board of Diriectors
Folder 18: V.O.I.C.E.-Meetings
Folder 19: V.O.I.C.E.-News Articles Organizational References
Folder 20: V.O.I.C.E.-Roe V. Wade
Folder 21: V.O.I.C.E.-Abortion The Norfolk Academy of Medicine's Statement opposing S. 158
Folder 22: V.O.I.C.E.-Human Life Amendment Forum, July 7, 1981
Folder 23: V.O.I.C.E.-Newsletters
Folder 24: V.O.I.C.E.-Pro-Life Material
Box 71
Folder 1: V.O.I.C.E.-News Articles: Pro-Abortion Clippings
Folder 2: V.O.I.C.E.-Human Life Amendment
Folder 3: V.O.I.C.E.-Pro-Choice Editorial Drafts
Folder 4: V.O.I.C.E.-Abortion Rebublican Platform
Folder 5: V.O.I.C.E.-Rape Article from Delegate Joan Jones
Folder 6: V.O.I.C.E.-Remarks for NBC News and Commentary Article, March 9, 1981
Folder 7: V.O.I.C.E.-Abortion: Senator Warner
Folder 8: V.O.I.C.E.-Teenage Pregnancy
Folder 9: V.O.I.C.E.-Testimony, General Assembely from Abortion Hearings, 1981
Folder 10: V.O.I.C.E.-Update on Senate Bill #158
Folder 11: V.O.I.C.E.-Abortion: Hatch-Ashbrook Amendment
Folder 12: V.O.I.C.E.-Amniocentesis
Folder 13: V.O.I.C.E.-Family Protection Act
Folder 14: V.O.I.C.E.-Abortion: Physicians for Choice
Folder 15: V.O.I.C.E.-The "Squeal Rule"
Sub-Series D: Women's Issues
Box 71
Folder 16: Commission on Status of Women (Proposal for Norfolk)
Folder 17: Response to Tony Snow
Folder 18: Washington Post Article, February 24, 1980
Folder 19: Women of the House of Delegates, 1924-1978
Folder 20: Equal Rights Amendment Forum at Old Dominion University, October 17, 1981
Folder 21: Women and Politics-Political Issues Impacting on Career Women
Folder 22: National Women's Political Caucus (NWPC), 1982-1984
Folder 23: National Women's Political Caucus (NWPC), 1985-1986
Folder 24: "Good Guys-Good Gals" (NWPC), 1987-1991
Folder 25: Women's Political Caucus-Marital Rape
Folder 26: Women's Political Caucus-State and By-laws
Folder 27: Testimony-Edythe Harrison Statement: J. Harvie Wilkinson III, 1984
Sub-Series E: Old Dominion University-Women In Leadership
Box 71
Folder 28: ODU Lecture Series
Folder 29: Edythe Harrison Teaching at Old Dominion University
Folder 30: Course and Program Description
Folder 31: Lecture Notes
Folder 32: Course Materials
Box 72
Folder 1: Reports, Pamphlets, and Brochures
Folder 2: Women's Studies
Folder 3: Friends of Women's Studies
Folder 4: Finance-Friends of Women's Studies Member Roster
Folder 5: Friends Material From Carolyn (University of Cincinnati Women's Studies)
Sub-Series F: Women’s American ORT
Box 72
Folder 6: Norfolk Chapter Membership Directory, 1963-1964
Folder 7: Norfolk Chapter Membership Directory, 1964-1965
Folder 8: Norfolk Chapter Membership Directory, 1965-1966
Folder 9: Norfolk Chapter Membership Directory, 1966-1967
Folder 10: Norfolk Chapter Membership Directory, 1968-1969
Folder 11: Tidewater Area Membership Directory, 1969-1970
Folder 12: Tidewater Virginia Region Membership Directory, 1970-1971
Folder 13: Tidewater Virginia Region Membership Directory, 1972-1973
Folder 14: Tidewater Virginia Region Membership Directory, 1973-1974
Folder 15: Tidewater Virginia Region Membership Directory, 1974-1975
Box 73
Folder 1: Tidewater Virginia Region Membership Directory, 1975-1976
Folder 2: Tidewater Virginia Region Membership Directory, 1977-1978
Folder 3: Tidewater Virginia Region Membership Directory, 1978-1979
Folder 4: Tidewater Virginia Region Membership Directory, 1980-1981
Folder 5: Tidewater Virginia Region Membership Directory, 1982-1983
Folder 6: Tidewater Virginia Region Membership Directory, 1984-1985
Folder 7: Tidewater Virginia Region Membership Directory, 1987-1988
Box 74
Folder 1: Tidewater Virginia Region Membership Directory, 1988-1989
Folder 2: Tidewater Virginia Region Membership Directory, 1989-1990
Folder 3: Norfolk Chapter Book of Days and Member Roster, undated
Folder 4: The ORT Angle, 1970-1975
Folder 5: The ORT Angle, 1976-1979
Folder 6: Herald, May 1969
Folder 7: Highlights, 1970-1980
Folder 8: The Night Informer, Tri City Night Chapter, 1973
Folder 9: Norfolk Chapter Newsletter, 1971-1973
Folder 10: The Norfolk Reporter, 1973-1976, 1987
Folder 11: Facts & Findings, April 1979
Folder 12: Tidewater Region Newsletter, December 1979
Folder 13: Virginia Chapter Newsletter, 1973-1974
Folder 14: Yearbook, 1970
Folder 15: Yearbook, 1973
Folder 16: By the skill of their hands: the story of ORT by Jack Rader, 1970
Folder 17: “Caught in the Act” presented by Women’s American ORT Norfolk Chapter, October 21, 1961
Folder 18: Creative Cookery (Recipe Book)
Folder 19: Scholarship Cards for Teacher Training, undated
Sub-Series G: Miscellaneous
Box 75
Folder 1: Letter Recommending Edythe Harrison for Norfolk City Council, September 1968
Folder 2: Postcard, Edythe Harrison of Precinct Committeewomen
Folder 3: Virginia Observer, February 1982
Folder 4: Correspondence with Charles S. Robb
Folder 5: Miscellaneous Invitations, 1981-1982
Folder 6: Certificates, 1981, 1984
Folder 7: Photographs
Folder 8: Slides (all same portrait of Edythe Harrison)
Folder 9: National Conference of Christians and Jews, 1978-1979
Folder 10: Miscellaneous
Sub-Series H: Reports & Publications
Box 75
Folder 11: Women as Candidates in the 1984 congressional Elections: A Post-Election Survey of Five Congressional Districts, NWPC, November 1984
Folder 12: Elected Women Organize: Statewide Associations, Center for the American Woman in Politics (CAWP) by Wendy S. Strimling
Folder 13: Gettting Women Appointed: New Jersey's Bipartisan Coalition (CAWP) by Kathy A. Stanwick, 1984
Folder 14: Political Women Tell What it Takes (CAWP) by Kathy A. Stanwick, 1983
Folder 15: Women Make a Difference (CAWP) by Kathy A. Stanwick and Katherine E. Kleeman, 1983
Folder 16: Women's PACs (CAWP) by Katherine E. Kleeman, 1983
Folder 17: Women's Routes to Elective Office: A Comparison with Men's (CAWP), by Susan J. Carroll and Wendy S. Strimling, 1983
Box 76
Folder 1: Constitutional Inequality: The Political Fortunes of the Equal Rights Ammendment, Brookings Institution, by Gilbert Y. Steiner, 1985
Folder 2: Options for Conducting a Pay Equity Study of Federal Pay and Classification Systems: Report by the Comptroller General of the United States, March 1, 1985
Folder 3: Comments on report on Comparable Worth by the United States Commission on Civil Rights, GAO, June 1985
Folder 4: Description of Selected Nonfederal Job Evaluation Systems, GAO, July 1985
Folder 5: Description of Selected Systems for Classifying Federal Civilian Positions and Personnel, GAO, July 1984
Folder 6: Distribution of Male and Female Employees in Four Federal Classification Systems, GAO, November 1984
Folder 7: Comparable Worth: Issue for the 80's, A Consultation of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, Vol. 1, June 6-7, 1984
Folder 8: Comparable Worth: Issue for the 80's, A Consultation of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, Vol. 2, June 6-7, 1984
Folder 9: Comparable Worth: An Anaylsis and Recommendations, Report of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, June 1985
Folder 10: Sex Discrimination and Title VII in Virginia: A Report of the Virginia Advisory Committee ot the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, April 1981
Folder 11: The 1985 Virginian Slims American Women's Opinion Poll, A Study Conducted by the Roper Organization, 1985
Folder 12: Beyond the Myths: The Families Helped by the AFDC Program 2nd Edition, by Barbara Leyser, Adele M. Blong, and Juidth A. Riggs, 1985
Box 77
Folder 1: Tidewater Virginian, A Business Magazine of Southeastern Virginia, January, August, September 1981
Folder 2: Renewing America's Promise: A Democratic Blueprint for Our Nation's Future, National House Democratic Caucus, January 1984
Folder 3: Art and the States, National Conference of State Legislatures, compiled by Larry Briskin, 1981
Folder 4: Virginia Legislative Handbooks, 1980-1986
Folder 5: Progressive Rock Classics Songbook, Warner Bros. Publications
Folder 6: National Air and Space Museum, Smithsonian Institution
Sub-Series I: Oversized Materials
Box 78
Item 1: Cross Reference Directory Norfolk-Portsmouth, Chesapeake, and Virginia Beach, October 1981
Item 2: Birthday Card and Newspaper Clipping from supporters in Clifton Forge, VA, September 17, 1984
Item 3: Norfolk Compass, August 15-16, 1979
Item 4: UJF News, June 1, 1979
Item 5: Washington Jewish Week, May 24, 1989
Item 6: Virginian Pilot/Ledger Star-Section A, December 5, 1991 and November 25, 1969
Item 7: Portfolio, October 20, 1987; June 21, 1988; November 22 1988; October 26, 1993
Item 8: New York Times, August 9, 1974 and June 11, 1984
Item 9: Wall Street Journal, Section 2, June 5, 1984
Item 10: Tidal Times, January 1982
Item 11: Women's American ORT Reporter, May/June 1976
Item 12: National NOW Times, July/August 1984
Item 13: Electoral Districts and Voting Precincts in the City of Norfolk, VA, July 12, 1983
Item 14: Electoral Districts and Voting Precincts in the City of Chesapeake, VA, March 1, 1980
Item 15: Sample Ballot, County of Fairfax, November 6, 1984

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