Swarthmore College Peace Collection

Dorothy Marder Collection, 1971-1999

Collection: DG 233




Contact Information

Swarthmore College Peace Collection
500 College Avenue
Swarthmore, PA 19081-1399
USA
Telephone: (610) 328-8557 (Curator)
Fax: (610) 328-8544
Email: wchmiel1@swarthmoreedu (Curator)
URL: http://wwwswarthmoreedu/Library/peace/


Descriptive Summary
Repository
Swarthmore College Peace Collection
Creator
Marder, Dorothy (1926 - 2007)
Title
Dorothy Marder Collection
Inclusive Dates
1971-1999
Call Number
DG 233

Language of Materials
Materials in English
Extent
12.75 linear feet [papers and photographs, contact sheets, and negatives only]
Abstract
Dorothy Marder was a photographer and photojournalist, peace activist, Lesbian and Gay community member, counselor, and disabilities advocate. Her most extensive photographic work concerned women's peace activism (especially Women Strike for Peace), in the New York, New York area between the late 1960s through the 1980s Many of her photographs appeared in peace movement and alternative press publications. Marder photographed well-known peace activists, feminists, and political figures of the last quarter of the twentieth century including: Bella Abzug, Joan Baez, David Dellinger, Ron Dellums, Barbara Jordan, Coretta Scott King, Grace Paley, and Gloria Steinem.

Administrative Information
Restrictions to Access
None
Usage Restrictions
None
Alternate Form of Material
None
Acquisitions Information
Gift of Eve Marder, Efrem Marder, and Elissa Marder, July 2009 [Acc 09A-036]
Processing Information
Processed by Wendy E Chmielewski and Elizabeth Matlock, 2009-2010; with assistance from Chloe Lucchesi-Malone, Elizabeth Reilly, and Jean Turner, Summer 2010.
Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], in the ___________ Dorothy Marder Collection (DG 233), Swarthmore College Peace Collection
Copyright Notice
Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendents, as stipulated by United States copyright law

Online Catalog Headings
These and related materials may be found under the following headings in online library/archival catalogs
See tripod record


Related Collections
Women Strike for Peace Records (DG 115)

Historical Background
Dorothy Marder was a photographer and photojournalist, peace activist, queer community member, counselor, and disabilities advocate. Her most extensive photographic work concerned women's peace activism (especially Women strike for Peace), in the New York, area between the late 1960s through the 1980s. Many of her photographs appeared in peace movement publications Marder photographed well-known peace activists, feminists, and political figures of the last quarter of the twentieth century including: Bella Abzug, Joan Baez, David Dellinger, Ron Dellums, Barbara Jordan, Coretta Scott King, Grace Paley, and Gloria Steinem

Collection Overview
The Dorothy Marder Collection contains biographical material, mostly about Dorothy Marder's life after 1970. The largest part of the collection contains Marder's photographs, prints, negatives, contact sheets which cover the U.S. anti-war movement during the Vietnam war era, the women's liberation movement in the 1970s and early 1980s, the anti-nuclear movement of the early to mid-1980s, and the gay and lesbian pride movement of the 1980s-1990s (largely in New York, New York).

Items removed:
Photographs, negatives, and contact prints (in Photograph Collection)
Memorabilia
Posters
T-Shirts
Political buttons


Arrangement of Collection
Series A contains biographical material by or about Dorothy Marder, writings by Marder, some of the publications in which Marder's photographs appeared, reference materials that Marder collected about peace, women's liberation, gay rights, and disability rights. Series B contains photographic prints arranged according to Marder's own numbering system. The prints are in rough chronological order. Series C contains Marder's master negatives and contact sheets, also arranged according to her own numbering system. Series D contains the memorabilia, t-shirts, and other items from various peace, anti-nuclear, gay pride, and women's rights campaigns.




Detailed Description of the Collection
SERIES A: BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL, WRITINGS, REFERENCE FILES

Box 1
"Dorothy Marder: New York City based Freelance Photographer"
Notes on photograph settings
Dorothy Marder: photographs in peace publications [2 folders]
Dorothy Marder: work in feminist publications
Dorothy Marder: work on Jewish Women's Archive.com (jwa.com)
Dorothy Marder: Life Experience Portfolio [3 folders]
Dorothy Marder: extra essays and recommendations for Life Experience Portfolio
Personal notes
Dorothy Marder: correspondence about using photos

Box 2
Correspondence
Photograph used for Just As I Thought by Grace Paley
Personal papers-college notes [2 folders]
College notes, from Adelphi University School of Social Work
College notes, from Fordham University [3 folders]
Fordham University


Box 3
Application, references, course syllibi from New York University, Adelphi, and Fordham Graduate schools
Notes and school miscellaneous
College papers written by Dorothy Marder [3 folders]
Reference material:
--Butch/Femme: reference material and Dorothy Marder's work on the topic
--Deaf, and deaf Lesbian: reference material
--Identity House
---Identify House: directly related to Dorothy Marder
---Identity House: materials
---Identity House: Newsletter, 1995
---Identity House: women's conferences
---Identity House: Women's Conference 1995 (Winter)

Box 4
Reference material:
--Identity House
---Identity House: conferences
--Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender: reference material [2 folders]
--Lesbian (specifically): reference material
--Peace activist: reference material
--Psychology and counseling: reference material

Box 5
Reference material:
--Women's studies and women's rights
--Seneca [Women's Encampment for a Future of Peace and Justice]
--Women and peace activism
--Miscellaneous and unrelated to Marder
--Bella Abzug
--Grace Paley
--Dorothy Marder Exhibit, Kitao Gallery, Swarthmore College, April 2-4, 2010


SERIES B: PRINTS
Black and white photographic prints: organized by negative number and chronologically 
Not all people who appear in the photographs are listed. When individuals have been identified by Dorothy Marder or SCPC staff, their names have been noted.

Box no. Print/negative number Event Place Date People
Box 1
D 101
Women Strike for Peace Demonstation for Bella Abzug Inaugaration Washington, D.C.  1971 (January 21)  
Box 1 D 110 - 112 B-1 Bomber Demonstration Wespac White Plains, New York 1971 (April 26)  
Box 1 D 125 - 126 Women Strike for Peace "Send a Letter to Nixon" Washington, D.C. 1971 (July) Bella Abzug
Ron Dellums
Cora Weiss
Box 1 D 150 - 152 Women Strike for Peace Demonstration "Save Our Sons (SOS)" Washington, D.C. 1971 (July 29) Bella Abzug
Ron Dellums
Cora Weiss
Box 1 D 164 - 165 Women Strike for Peace Protest at U.S Embassy at U.N. New York, New York 1971 (September 21) [September 24?] Bella Abzug
Amy Swerdlow
Box 1 D 170 Women Strike for Peace Protest at Draft Board Danbury [Connecticut] 1971 (October 13)  
Box 1 D 181 Women Strike for Peace Demonstration New York, New York 1971 (November 6)  
Box 1 D 190 - 191 Daily Death Toll Project Washington, D.C. 1971 (November 11) John Harper
Don Knetzscmar
Box 2 D 193 Ossining People's Center for Peace and Justice, Sickle Cell [New York] 1971 (December 5)  
Box 2 D 194 - 195 Women Strike for Peace at 866 U.N. Plaza, at South Vietnamese Embassy New York, New York 1971 (December 10)  
Box 2 D 199 Daily Death Toll Demonstration New York, New York 1971 (December 17) Connie Hogarth
Box 2 D 200 Women Strike for Peace event, at United Nations to honor on 10th anniversary of United Nations Secretary General U Thant New York, New York 1971 (December 18) Bella Abzug
Amy Swerdlow
U Thant
Box 2 D 210 Women Strike for Peace Censure Nixon Washington, D.C. 1972 (January 18) Bella Abzug
Connie Hogarth
Pat Simon
Box 3 D 215 - 216 Art Show, Ossining People's Center for Peace and Justice New York 1972 (January 23)  
Box 3 D 217 - 218 Hudson Institute Project   1972 (January 27)  
Box 3 D 219 - 221 40 Day Committee, Anti-War Vigil New York, New York 1972 (February 16)  
Box 3 D 222 - 223, 226 Press conference against Gerrymandering of 19th Congressional District New York, New York 1972 (February 16) Bella Abzug
Betty Friedan
Gloria Steinem
Percy Sutton
Box 3 D 226 Outside press conference against Gerrymandering of 19th Congressional District New York, New York 1972 (February 16) Betty Friedan
Gloria Steinem
Box 3 D 228 Demonstration in support of Bella Abzug, Rockefeller Plaza New York, New York 1972 (February 25)  
Box 3 D 232 Children's March for Survival Washington D.C. 1972 (March 25)  
Box 4 D 237 - 244 Women Strike for Peace Rally with Bread and Puppet Theater Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 1972 (April 1)  
Box 4 D 242 Women Strike for Peace Demonstration Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 1972 (April 1) Daniel Berrigan
Box 4 D 247, 249 Women Strike for Peace Die-In at ITT building New York, New York 1972 (April 12) Mary Clark
James Peck
Box 4 D 251 Women Strike for Peace, Peace March New York, New York 1972 (April 22)  Cora Weiss
Box 4 D 268 Benefit for Daniel Ellsberg   1972 (June 9) Daniel Berrigan
Box 4 D 269 Conrad Lynn and Bill Galvin Terrytown, New York 1972 (June 15)  Bill Galvin
Conrad Lynn
Box 4 D 273 - 278 Women Strike for Peace, Ring Around Congress demonstration Washington, D.C. 1972 (June 22) Ann Pine
Amy Swerdlow
Box 5 D 293 - 295 Women Strike for Peace Demonstration Against Nixon, Roosevelt Hotel New York, New York 1972 (September 19) Linus Pauling
Helen Gahagan Douglas [?]
Box 5 D 297 Unknown event   1972 (September 30) Minnie Gartley
Amy Swerdlow
Cora Weiss
Box 5 D 304 Women Strike for Peace demonstration, Anti-Thieu New York, New York 1972 (November 1) Elizabeth Moos
Dagmar Wilson
Box 5 D 315 - 321 Women Strike for Peace National Conference Santa Barbara, California 1972 (October 9-10) Mary Clarke
Nora Hockman
Box 6 D 325 - 326 Convocation and Lobby Washington, D.C. 1973 (January 4) Joan Baez
Helen Boston
William Sloane Coffin
Dick Gregory
Box 6 D 327 - 329 Women Strike for Peace Inaugural Protest Washington D.C. 1973 (January 20)  Amy Swerdlow
Box 6 D 337 - 338 No War Toys, Press Conference/Demonstrations at Toy Center New York, New York 1973 (February 26)  
Box 6 D 340 - 342 Anti-Thieu Demonstration/ Tiger Case protest Washington, D.C. 1973 (April 5) James Peck
Box 6 D 343 - 345 Women Strike for Peace Meat Boycott March New York, New York 1973 (April 7)  
Box 7 D 350 - 354 Women Strike for Peace Capitol, White House Anti-War Demonstration Washinton, D.C. 1973 (March 22) Bella Abzug
Connie Hogarth
Elizabeth Moos
Box 7 D 358 - 359 Women Strike for Peace/WWP Luncheon New York, New York 1973 (June 8) Gloria Steinem
Box 7 D 369 Living Theater, Cambodia Bombing, Foley Square New York, New York 1973 (July 6) Julian Beck
Judith Malina
Igal Roodenko
Box 7 D 378 - 379 Impeach Nixon Demonstration New York, New York 1973 (October 31)  
Box 7 D 385 Women Strike for Peace Impeach Luncheon, Hilton Hotel New York, New York 1973 (November 17) Bella Abzug
Box 7 D 401 - 406 War Resisters League, Pot-Luck Supper New York, New York 1973 (March 15)  Daniel Berrigan
Ralph DiGia
Box 8 D 407 - 411 Impeach Nixon Rally Washington, D.C. 1974 (April 27) Connie Hogarth
Box 8 D 429 - 430 Women Strike for Peace Demonstration Against Defense Budget Washington, D.C 1974 (June 12)  Bella Abzug
Box 8 D 432 Grace Paley   1974 (June 14) Grace Paley
Box 9 D 433 - 434 Women Strike for Peace Luncheon, Roosevelt Hotel New York, New York 1974 (June 11)  Bella Abzug
Connie Hogarth
Box 9 D 450 Women Strike for Peace Demonstration on Broad and Wall St. New York, New York 1974 (September 13)  
Box 9 D 455 Women Strike for Peace, Unknown event   1974 (June 14) Vinie Burrows
Margaret "Midge" Constanza
Connie Hogarth
Dolores Huerta
Mildred Scott Olmsted
Box 9 D 462 - 465 International Women's Day Coalition New York, New York 1975 (March 8)  Gloria Steinem
Box 9 D 473 Women's International League for Peace and Freedom Conference (Disarmament) New York, New York 1975 (May 9) Anna Maria Navarro
Box 9 D 477 - 482 The War Is Over Rally, Central Park, New York, New York 1975 ( May 11)

Joan Baez
Gloria Emerson
Connie Hogarth
Pete Seeger

Box 10 D 497 - 500 Women Strike for Peace Demonstration Against Nuclear First Strike Washington, D.C. 1975 (July 8) Bella Abzug
Elizabeth McAllister
Box 10 D 501 - 503 Women Strike for Peace Demonstration Against Nuclear First Strike, Rockerfeller Center New York, New York 1975 (July 17)  
Box 11 D 521: Women Strike for Peace Demonstration, No-Nukes Protest, Columbus Circle New York, New York 1975 (November 13)  
Box 11 D 525 Anti-nuclear demonstration, Layfayette Park New York, New York 1975 (December 3) Connie Hogarth
Box 11 D 529 - 533 Human Rights Day, with Japanese Delegation, White House, Washington, D.C 1975 (December 10) Kay Camp
Box 11 D 567 Women Strike for Peace "Food Day"Anti-Nuclear demonstration, in Central Park New York, New York 1976 (May 22)  
Box 11 D 585 - 586 and D 593 - 594 Women Strike for Peace Anti-Nuclear Demonstration and Bronx Conference, 34th-18th Avenue New York, New York 1976 (July 2 and July 8)  
Box 12 D 600 Carolyn Deuthcher's House New York, New York? 1976 (September 6)  
Box 12 D 602 - 622 Continental Walk for Disarmament Washington, D.C. 1976 (October 16-18)  Joan Baez
David Dellinger
Daniel Ellsberg
Dick Gregory
David McReynolds
James Peck
Igal Roodenko
Cora Weiss
Box 12 D 627 - 629 Women Strike for Peace Anti-Nuclear Demonstration, St. Patrick's Cathedral New York, New York 1976 (December 16)  
Box 12 D 636 WESPAC Demonstration Against B-1 Bomber White Plains, New York [?] 1977 (January 22)  
Box 12 D 642 Women Strike for Peace "Zero Nuclear Bombs [Weapons]" Washington, D.C., 1977 (February 8) Margaret "Midge" Costanza
Box 13 D 643 - 645 Daniel Berrigan at Mercy College for Dorothy Day   1977 (March 23) Daniel Berrigan
Box 13   Women Strike for Peace anti Neutron bomb demonstration   1977 (summer)[?] Ann Davidon?
Box 13 D 657 Women Strike for Peace event, Roosevelt Hotel New York, New York 1977 (May 21) Vinie Burrows
Randall Forsberg [?]
Box 13 D 668 International Women's Year Peace Workshop Albany, New York 1977 (July 8)  Bella Abzug
Liz Novick
Box 13 D 683 Women Strike for Peace "Reject Newtron Bomb", St. Patrick's Cathedral, New York, New York 1977 (August 9) Bella Abzug
Box 13 D 686 Women Strike for Peace, anti-nuclear workshop [?]   1977 (July 20)  
Box 14 D 688 Women Strike for Peace, delegation at the White House Washington, D.C. 1977 (July 26) Margaret "Midge" Constanza
Sarah Diamondstein
Ethel Taylor
Box 14 D 715 - 735 International Women's Year National Conference Houston, Texas 1977 (November 18-21) Bella Abzug
Maya Angelou
Kay Camp
Dora Carcano Araojo
Rosalynn Carter
Mary Clarke
Carol Bellamy
Karen Burstein
Rosalynn Carter
Betty Ford
Betty Friedan
Lady Bird Johnson
Barbara Jordan
Coretta Scott King
Margaret Mead
Kate Millet
Josephine Pomerance
Jean Stapleton
Gloria Steinem
Amy Swerdlow
Ethel Taylor
Alice Walker
Box 15 D 762 - 763 Women Strike for Peace Anti-Nuclear Demonstration, St. Patrick's Cathedral New York, New York 1978 (April 18)  
Box 15 D 770 - 772 Women Strike for Peace Anti-Nuclear Demonstration, United Nations New York, New York 1978 (May 23)  
Box 15 D 782 Women Strike for Peace demonstration New York, New York 1978 (May 27) Bella Abzug
Box 15 D 790 - 796 Women Strike for Peace Sit-In-For-Survival New York, New York 1978 (June 12)  
Box 15 D 800 - 806 Seabrook, Anti-Nuclear Demonstration New Hampshire 1978 (June 25) Pete Seeger
Box 16 D 845 Women Strike for Peace delegation to speak with White House aides Washington, D.C. 1979 (January 18) Ethel Taylor,
Sarah Weddington
Box 16 D 855 - 859 War Resister's League anti-nuclear Demonstration, White House Washington, D.C. 1978 (February 12) James Peck
Box 16 D 870 - 877 Demonstration Against Trident Submarine Groton, Connecticut 1979 (April 7)  
Box 16 D 891 Anti-Nuclear March and Demonstration Washington, D.C. 1976 (May 6)  Bella Abzug
Box 17 D 892 - 899 Women Strike for Peace Mobilization for Survival March/Rally New York, New York 1979 (May 19) Allen Ginsberg
Grace Paley
Jim Peck
Box 17 D 903 - 905 Shoreham, No Nukes Protest Brookhaven, New York 1979 (June 3)  David Dellinger
Connie Hogarth
Pete Seeger
Box 17 D 915-922 Indian Point Demonstration New York 1980 (August 5)  Connie Hogarth
Marianne Maloney
Box 17 D 940 - 945 Women Strike for Peace demonstration, Year of the Child, Anti-Nuclear, White House Washington D.C. 1979 (October 13)  
Box 18 D 952 - 984 Women for Life on Earth Conference Amherst, Massachusetts 1980 (March 22-23)  
Box 18/19 D 1030-1042 Women's Pentagon Action   Washington, D.C. 1980 (November 16 - 17) Grace Paley
Box 18 D 8124 Women's conference New York 1981 (February 4) Bella Abzug
Shirley Chisolm
Jane Fonda
Joan Martin
Patsy Mink
May Newberger
Tip O'Neil
Eleanor Smeal
Gloria Steinem
Helene Weinstein
Box 20   Demonstration in support of Women's Right's/ protest against killing of American women religious in El Salvador New York, New York [?] 1981 (April) Grace Paley
Vera Williams
Box 20 D 1080 - 1084 Women Strike for Peace Demonstration against nuclear weapons New York, New York 1981 (October 24) Bella Abzug
Vinie Burrows
Ethel Taylor
Box 19 D 1140 - 1144 Anti Nuclear Disarmament March and Rally New York, New York, 1982 (June 12)  
Box 20   March in support of Women's Reproductive rights and abortion, against Hyde Amendment   1982 (summer)  
Box 20 D 1150 - 1161 Blockade of U.S. Mission New York, New York 1982 (June 14)
Box 21 D 1170 - 1172 Abortion Rights, March and Rally New York, New York 1982 (July 17)   
Box 22/23 D 1250 - 1274 Women's Encampment for a Future of Peace and Justice, Seneca Army Depot and Waterloo, New York Romulus, New York; Waterloo, New York 1983 (July 30-August 1) Bella Abzug
Barbara Deming
Toni Fitzpatrick
Blue Lundi
Mary Quinn
Box 23 D 1300 - 1312 Women's peace march and protest "Not in Our Name", Wall Street New York, New York 1983 (November 18)  Grace Paley
Box 23 D 2000 War Resisters League, Twenty-seventh Peace Award Dinner New York, New York 1988 (May 6) Ralph DiGia
Grace Paley
Box 23   Women Strike for Peace protest against imprisonment of Mme. Ngo Ba Thanh New York, New York ? 1971 (Fall) ? Betty Friedan
Amy Swerdlow
Cora Weiss
Box 23   Women Strike for Peace delegation at White House? Washington, DC? 1975 1976? Kay Camp
Rosalynn Carter ?
Ethel Taylor
Dagmar Wilson
Box 23   Various Women Strike for Peace demonstrations-unidentified   1970s - 1980s Helen Boston
Rosalynn Carter
Helen Evelev (?)
George McGovern
Elizabeth Moos
Ethel Taylor
Dagmar Wilson
Box 24 Miscellaneous Prints
Women Strike for Peace (unidentified)   no date  
Box 24   Prints- Viveca Lindfors (event unidentified)   no date Viveca Lindfors
Box 24   Prints - Grace Paley (event unidentified)   no date Grace Paley
Box 24   Prints- Vinie Burrows (event unidentified)   no date Vinie Burrows
Box 24   Prints- Joan Baez (event unidentified)     Joan Baez
Box 24   Prints- Connie Hogarth (event unidentified)     Connie Hogarth
Box 24   Prints- Amy Swerdlow (event unidentified)     Amy Swerdlow
Box 24   Prints- Bella Abzug (event unidentifid)   no date Bella Abzug
Kay Camp
Box 24   Prints- Gloria Steinem (event unidentifid)   no date Gloria Steinem
Box 24   Prints- Ramsey Clark and Connie Hogarth at Women's International League for Peace and Freedom luncheon; Connie Hogarth at other events   no date Ramsey Clark
Connie Hogarth
Box 25   Prints- Kate Millet and unidentified woman (event unidentifid)   no date Kate Millet
Box 25   Prints- Anti-nuclear demonstrations and marches (events unidentified)   no date  
Box 25   Prints- Poverty and children event (unidentified)   no date  
Box 25   Prints- Protesting the Vietnam war (events unidentified)   no date Daniel Ellsberg
Box 25   Prints- Miscellaneous - unidentified events     Pete Seeger
Amy Swerldow?
Ethel Taylor
Box 26   Prints- Miscellaneous - unidentified events     Ann Davidon?
Box 26   Print- Women marching (unidentified event) photograph by Lou Clayton   no date  
  Color
Prints & Negatives
(4"x 5")
       
Box 27   Photographs of Dorothy Marder (photographer unknown)      
Box 27   Gay Pride New York, New York ? 1985 (July)  
Box 28   Gay Pride March New York, New York ? 1986  (June)  
Box 29   Memorial Quilt Michael Monarch and Patrick Kelly New York 1988  (June)  
Box 30   Memorial Quilt Michael Monarch and Patrick Kelly New York 1988  (June)  
Box 31   Old Site of Identity House, 14th Street New York, New York Taken in 1990 [processed 1991]  
Box 31   Gay Pride New York, New York 1994 (June)  
Box 31   Stonewall 25th Anniversary New York, New York 1994  (June 26)  
Box 31   Unidentified event, [War Resisters League?] 1997   1997 David McReynolds
  Color
Prints & Negatives
(5"x7"
)
       
Box 32   Stonewall 25th Anniversary [Negatives] New York, New York 1994  (June 26)  
Box 32   Unidentified event, [War Resisters League?] [Contact Sheet]   1997 David McReynolds
Box 32   Gay Pride March processed   1999 (June)  
Box 32   7th Annual Dyke March New York, New York 1999 (June)  



SERIES C: MASTER NEGATIVES, CONTACT SHEETS, AND SLIDES
Not all people who appear in the negatives, contact sheets, and slides are listed. When individuals have been identified by Dorothy Marder or SCPC staff, their names have been noted.

Box no.
Print/negative number
Event
Place
Date
People
Box 33 D 101 Women Strike for Peace Demonstration, Inauguration for Bella Abzug, "Bella Inaugural" Washington D.C. 1971 (January 21) Connie Hogarth
Box 33 D 102 Women Strike for Peace Capital Steps Demonstration, Inauguration for Bella Abzug, "Bella Inaugural" Washington D.C. 1971 (January 21) Bella Abzug
Box 33 D 110 Demonstration Washington D.C. and White Plains, New York 1971 (March 24/26)  
Box 33 D 115 People's Peace Treaty Washington D.C. 1971 (May 10)

Jacob Javitz (?)
Edward Kennedy
Cora Weiss

Box 33 D 117 Demonstration, Patriots Park   1971 (May)  
Box 33 D 119 Fathers's Day visit to Peyser's House 25 CD   1971 (June 20) Connie Hogarth
Box 33 D 120 Women Strike for Peace "The Longest Day of the War" Westchester, New York 1971 (June 21)  
Box 33 D 125 - D 126 Women Strike for Peace "Send a Letter to Nixon" White Plains, New York 1971 ( July)  
Box 33 D 130 - D 131 Women Strike for Peace Danbury Rally?   1971 (August) Elizabeth McAllister
Box 33 D 140, D 150 - D 153 Demonstration - S.O.S. New York, New York 1971 (July) Amy Swerdlow
Cora Weiss
Box 33 D 164 - D 165 Women Strike for Peace Demonstration United States Embassy at United Nations New York, New York 1971 (September 24) Bella Abzug
Amy Swerdlow
Box 33 D 170 Draft Board Danbury, Connecticut 1971 (October 2 and 13)  
Box 33 D 175 - D 176 Women Strike for Peace "MR Nixon Go to Paris" New York, New York 1971 (October) Cora Weiss
Box 33 D 179 Test film for Nikon Irvington Westchester, New York 1971 (November 15)  
Box 33 D 180 - D 183 Peace Demonstration, Central Park New York, New York 1971 (November 6) Bella Abzug
Amy Swerdlow
Box 33 D 190 - D 191 Daily Death Toll Project, Capital Washington D.C. 1971 (November 11) Connie Hogarth
Box 33 D 193 Sickle Cell Testing, People's Center for Peace and Justice Ossining, New York ? 1971 (December 5)  
Box 33 D 194 -D 197 Women Strike for Peace at 866 United Nations Plaza, South Vietnam Embassy New York, New York 1971 (December 10) Cora Weiss
Connie Hogarth
Box 33 D 198- D 199 Daily Death Toll, St. Patrick's Cathedral New York, New York 1971 (December 17) Connie Hogarth
Box 33 D 200 - D 202 Women Strike for Peace at United Nations New York, New York 1971 (December 18) Bella Abzug
U-Thant
Box 33 D 204 American Demonstration Outside New York Democratic State Party New York, New York 1971 (December 28) Cora Weiss
Box 33 D 205 American Demonstration Inside New York Democratic State Party New York, New York 1971 (December 28) Cora Weiss
Box 33 D 206 - D 207 Ron Dellems- Martin Luther King Breakfast, Schaffes Eastchester, New York 1972 (January 14)  
Box 33 D 210 - D 214 Censure Nixon Washington D.C. 1972 (January 18) Bella Abzug
Connie Hogarth
Box 33 D 215 -D 216 Art Show, People's Center Peace and Justice Ossining, New York 1972 (January 23)  
Box 33 D 217 - D 218 Engineers for Peace Protest/ Hudson Institute   1972 (January 27)  
Box 33 D 219 - D 221 40 Day Committee, Anti war vigil, Foley Square, Tombs, IRS, churches, Ash Wednesday New York, New York 1972 (February 16)  
Box 33 D 222 - D 223 Gerrymandering of 19th Congressional District New York, New York 1972 (February 16) Bella Abzug
Box 33 D 224 - D 229 Protest demonstration, Gerrymandering of 19th Congressional District, Rockefeller's Plaza New York, New York 1972 (February 18/25) Betty Friedan
Gloria Steinem
Box 33 D 230 Harrisburg Defense Committee   1972 (March 4) Daniel Ellsberg
O'Rourke
Box 33 D 231 - D 233 Children's March for Survival New York ? 1972 (March 25)  
Box 33 D 234 Sarah's Parents   1972 (March 23)  
Box 33 D 235 Delegation to South Vietnamese Embassy   1972 (March 27) Connie Hogarth
Box 33 D 236 Guru visit   1972 (March 29)  
Box 33 D 237 - D 244 Bella Abzug and women on train station Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 1972  (April 1) Bella Abzug
Daniel Berrigan
Box 33 D 247 ITT demonstration (International Telephone and Telegraph) New York, New York 1972 (April 12) Mary Clarke
Connie Hogarth
Cora Weiss


Box 34 D 248 - D 252 Women Strike for Peace Peace March New York, New York 1972 (April 22) Cora Weiss
Box 34 D 253 Office Scene California ? 1972 (May 3)  
Box 34 D 254 Moratorium, White Plains Westchester, New York 1972 (May 4) Connie Hogarth
Box 34 D 256 - D 259 ITT demonstration (International Telephone and Telegraph) New York, New York 1972 (May 10)  
Box 34 D 260 - D 261 Peyser demonstration, Mother's Day   1972 (May 13)  
Box 34 D 268 Daneil Ellsberg benefit   1972 (June 9) David Berrigan
Callahan ?
Box 34 D 269 Conrad Lynn at Terrytown Terrytown, New York 1972 (June 15) Bill Galvin
Conrad Lynn
Box 34 D 270 Women Strike for Peace luncheon with Noam Chomsky   1972 (June 16) Noam Chomsky
Box 34 D 273 - 278 Ring around the Congress   1972 (June 22) Amy Swerdlow
Box 34 D 280 - D 281 Street Theater, Ossining Peace Center Ossining, New York 1972 (July 9) Vinie Burrows
Don McLean
Box 34 D 293 - D 296 Women Strike for Peace demonstration against Nixon, Roosevelt Hotel at United Nations New York 1972 (September 19)

Helen Gahagan Douglas
Ethel Taylor

Box 34 D 297 - D 298 POW return, Talk at United Nations New York, New York 1972 (September 30) Minnie Gartley
Amy Swerdlow
Cora Weiss
Box 34 D 301 - D 303 Clergy vigil at Presbyterian church, Nixon motorcade Irvington, White Plains and Westchester, New York 1972 (October 23)  
Box 34 D 304 - D 306 Women Strike for Peace anti-war demonstration, and McGovern Rally, 42nd Street and New York Public Library New York, New York 1972 (November 1) Bella Abzug
Elizabeth Moos
Dagmar Wilson
Box 34 D 315 - D 321 Women Strike for Peace National Conference Santa Barbara, California 1972 (December 9-10) Mary Clarke
Margaret "Midge" Constanza
Box 34 D 325- D 326 Convocation and Lobby Washington D.C. 1973 (January 4) Joan Baez
William Sloan Coffin
Holly Near
Amy Swerdlow
Cora Weiss
Box 34 D 327 - D 329 Women Strike for Peace Inaugural protest Washington D.C. 1973 (January 20) Helen Boston
Amy Swerdlow
Box 34 D 330 Unidentified Beach House      
Box 34 D 331 Peace Center Art Show, People's Center for Peace and Justice Ossining, New York ? 1973  (January 28)  
Box 34 D 336 - D 338 No War Toys, press conference/demonstration at Toy Center   1973 (February 26)  
Box 34 D 340 - D 342 Anti-Thieu Demonstration Washington D.C. 1973 (April 5) Connie Hogarth
Elizabeth Moos
James Peck
Box 34 D 343 - D 345 Women Strike for Peace Meat Boycott March New York, New York 1973 (April 7)  
Box 34 D 350 - D 354 Women Strike for Peace Capitol, White House Anti-war Demonstration Washington D.C. 1973 (May 22) Bella Abzug
Connie Hogarth
Elizabeth Moos
Cora Weiss
Box 34 D 358 - D 359 Women Strike for Peace / Westbrook Women fir Peace luncheon Westchester, New York ? 1973 (June 8) Gloria Steinem
Box 34 D 361 - D 364 People's Center for Peace and Justice, Watergate demonstration Washington D.C. 1973 (June 16) Ralph DiGia
Dick Gregory
A. Russo
Box 34 D 367 - D 368 Rosenberg meeting   1973 (June 22) Pete Seeger
Box 34 D 369 - D 370 Living Theatre, Cambodia Bombing, Foley Square New York, New York 1973 (July 6) Julian Beck
Judith Malina
Box 35 D 374 - D 376 White House First Impeachment demonstration Washington D.C. 1973 (August 14) Cora Weiss
Box 35 D 378 - D 379 Impeach Nixon Demonstration 45th Street and Lexington New York, New York 1973 (October 31)  
Box 35 D 381 - D 384 Impeachment Rally New York, New York 1973 (November) Bella Abzug
David Dellinger
Box 35 D 385 - D 386 Women Strike for Peace Impeach Nixon Luncheon, Statler Hilton Hotel New York, New York 1973 (November 17) Bella Abzug
Box 35 D 399 Daniel Berrigan reading at Greenburgh New York, New York 1973 (December) Daniel Berrigan
Box 35 D 400 International Women's Day, 23rd Street New York, New York 1974 (March 8) Vinie Burroughs
Kay Camp
Viveca Lindfors
Amy Swerdlow
Box 35 D 401 - D 406 War Resisters League Supper New York, New York 1974 (March 15) Julian Beck
Daniel Berrigan
David Dellinger
Ralph DiGia
Allen Ginsberg
James Peck
Box 35 D 407 - D 411 Impeach Nixon Rally Washington D.C. 1974 (April 27) Connie Hogarth
Box 35 D 414 - D 415 Connie Hogarth   1974 (May8) Connie Hogarth
Box 35 D 416 Wespac and welfare rights, portraits   1974 (May 10) Connie Hogarth
Box 35 D 421 Connie Hogarth   1974 (May 30)
Connie Hogarth
Box 35 D 422 - D 423 Connie Hogarth at United Nations Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, Luncheon New York ? 1974 (June 5) Connie Hogarth
Dorothy Marder ?
Box 35 D 427 El ?   1974 (June 8)  
Box 35 D 428 - D 431 Women Strike for Peace Demonstration Against defence budget Washington D.C. 1974 (June 12) Bella Abzug
Ron Dellums
Ethel Taylor
Box 35 D 432 - D 434 Westchester Women for Peace luncheon Westchester, New York 1974 (June 14) Connie Hogarth
Grace Paley
Judy ?
Box 35 D 435 - D 436 Connie Hogarth, portraits   1974 (June 16) Connie Hogarth
Box 35 D 437 - D 438 Women's International League for Peace and Freedom luncheon   1974 (June 26) Ramsey Clark
Connie Hogarth
Box 35 D 449 - D 450 Women's Strike for Peace demonstration on Broad and Wall Streets New York, New York 1974 (September 13) Connie Hogarth
Box 35 D 451 - D 453 Women's Strike for Peace International Disarmament Day, march/ rally, United Nations Plaza New York, New York 1974 (October 24) Bella Abzug
William Sloan Coffin
James Peck
Cora Weiss
Box 35 D 454 - D 455 Women's Strike for Peace luncheon, Hotel Roosevelt New York, New York 1974 (November 23) Bella Abzug
Vinie Burrows
George Wald
Box 35 D 456 - D 459 Peace Assembly Washington D.C. 1975 (January 25) Bella Abzug
Marii Hasegawa ?
Box 35 D 462 - D 465 International Women's Day New York, New York 1975 (March 8) Bella Abzug
Betty Friedan
Gloria Steinem
Box 35 D 466 - D 469 Equal Rights Amendment hearings Albany, New York 1975 (March 11) Karen Burstein
Connie Hogarth
Box 35 D 470 - D 472 March for Jobs and against unemployment, Kennedy Stadium Washington D.C. 1975 (April 26) Bella Abzug
Connie Hogarth
George Wald ?
Box 35 D 473 - D 476 Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, Women's International Democratic Federation, Jane Addams Peace Association, Disarmament Conference, United Nations New York, New York 1975 (May 9) Bella Abzug
Ruth Chalmers
Marii Hasegawa
Mildred Scott Olmsted
Ethel Taylor
Box 35 D 480 The End of the War rally, Central Park New York, New York 1975 (May 11) Joan Baez
Aretha Franklin ?
Connie Hogarth
Grace Paley
James Peck
Igal Roodenko
Pete Seeger
Cora Weiss
Box 36 D 481 - D 488 Women's Strike for Peace Spring Luncheon New York ? 1975 (June 13) Gloria Emerson
Jackie Sharpe
Box 36 D 497 - D 500 Women's Strike for Peace Demonstration against nuclear first strike, White House Washington D.C. 1975 (July 8) Bella Abzug
Elizabeth McAllister
Box 36 D 501 - D 503 Women's Strike for Peace Demonstration against nuclear first strike, Rockefeller Center New York, New York 1975 (July 17) Connie Hogarth
James Peck
Box 36 D 504 - D 505 No Vietnamese delegation to United Nations New York, New York 1975 (July 30)  
Box 36 D 507 - D 508 Women's Strike for Peace Hiroshima Day (Week) Demonstration White Plains, New York 1975 (August 6) Connie Hogarth
Box 36 D 510 - D 512 Angela Davis at State University of New York at Purchase New York, New York 1975 (Ocotber 17) Angela Davis
Box 36 D 513 - D 516 ISSIAH Wall, Korea Demonstration, United Nations New York, New York 1975 (October 21)  
Box 36 D 517 - D 518 United Nations vigil for disarmament New York, New York 1975 (October 24) Connie Hogarth
Box 36 D 519 - D 520 American Friends Service Committee witness, for aid to Vietnam, Foley Square, Saint Andrew Plaza New York, New York 1975 (November 10) James Peck
Box 36 D 521 - D 522 Anti-nuclear Demonstration and rally, Columbus Circle New York, New York 1975 (November 13)  
Box 36 D 523 - D 524 Women's Strike for Peace S-1(Senate Bill 1) meeting at Walden School New York ? 1975 (November 15) Frank Wilkinson
Box 36 D 527 - D 528 Stop S-1, (Senate Bill 1) Rally, Foley Square, WIN ? New York 1975 (December 3) Connie Hogarth
James Peck
Box 36 D 529 - D 533 Women's Strike for Peace Demonstration, Human Rights Day Against Nuclear Arms, Japanese Delegation, White House Washington D.C. 1975 (December 10) Kay Camp
Ethel Taylor
Dagmar Wilson
Box 36 D 543 - D 547 Shut Down Indian Point, nuclear power plant Indian Point, New York 1976  (February 29) Bella Abzug
Ramsey Clark
Connie Hogarth
Box 36 D 548 - D 551 Abortion Rights Now Demonstration, St. Patrick's Church New York, New York 1976 (March 8)  
Box 36 D 552 Women's Strike for Peace "Is Peace possible in the Middle East?", Roosevelt Hotel New York, New York 1976 (March 13) Noam Chomsky
A. Samuelson ?
Box 36 D 556 - D 559 Women's Strike for Peace Luncheon, Roosevelt Hotel New York, New York 1976 (April 3) Bella Abzug
Dr. Helen Caldicott
Viveca Lindfors
Box 36 D 560 NCUUA reception and art show, Westbeth Gallery New York, New York 1976 (April 4)
Box 36 D 562 Seismic hearings, Indian Point, early morning demonstration, White Plains Court House White Plains, New York 1976 (April 23)  
Box 36 D 563 Bella Abzug reception before delivering declaration to Senate, Scarsdale Scarsdale, New York ? 1976 (May 8) Bella Abzug
Box 36 D 564 - D 566 Bella Abzug declaring for United States Senate Race, Summit Hotel New York, New York 1976 (May 17) Bella Abzug
Box 36 D 567 Women's Strike for Peace "Big Apple" Food Day (Anti Nuclear)   1976 (May 22)  
Box 36 D 583 Fundraising for Senate primary race for Bella Abzug, Garden party New York ? 1976 (June 27) Bella Abzug
Box 37 D 584 - D 586 Women's Strike for Peace Billboards, Bronx Conference, Fordham Road New York 1976 (July 2)  
Box 37 D 587 - D 592 Demonstration, July 4th Coalition Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1976 (July 4) David Dellinger
James Peck
Box 37 D 593 - D 594 Women's Strike for Peace Anti Nuclear Demonstration, 34th and 8th Avenue, opposite billboard New York ? , New York 1976 (July 8)  
Box 37 D 595 Anti-Nuclear Demonstration, Democratic Convention, Madison Square Garden New York, New York 1976 (July 12)  
Box 37 D 600 Caroline Deutcher's home New York ? 1976 (September 6/7)  
Box 37 D 601 Continental Walk, 100th Street and Herald Square march to United Nations, Dag Hammarskjöld Plaza New York, New York 1976 (September 10-11) Bella Abzug
Box 37 D 602 - D 606 Continental Walk to United Nations, Dag Hammarskjöld Plaza New York, New York 1976 (September 11)

Joan Baez
Ralph DiGia
James Peck
Cora Weiss

Box 37 D 609 - D 622 Continental Walk for disarmament, Lincoln Memorial Washington D.C. 1976 (October 16-18) Dick Gregory ?
Connie Hogarth

unsure ?
Box 37 D 627 - D 629 Women's Strike for Peace Anti Nuclear Demonstration, St. Patrick's Cathedral New York, New York 1976 (December 16) Cora Weiss ?
Box 37 D 636 WESPAC Demonstration Against B1-Bomber White Plains, New York 1977 (January 22) Connie Hogarth ?
Box 37 D 640 - D 643 Women's Strike for Peace "Zero Nuclear Bombs", Pentagon, White House, Capitol Washington D.C. 1977 (February 8) Margaret "Midge" Costanza
Box 37 D 645 Daniel Berrigan at Mercy College, Dorothy Day Dobbs Ferry, New York ? 1977 (March 23) Daniel Berrigan
Box 37 D 646 - 649 Pentagon Vigil Washington, D.C. 1977 (April 8) Phillip Berrigan
Box 37 D 655 - 656 Food Day Event, 9th Street New York, New York 1977 (May 14)  
Box 37 D 657 Women's Strike for Peace Luncheon, Roosevelt Hotel New York, New York 1977 (May 21) Bella Abzug
Vinie Burrows
Box 37 D 662 - D 666 Anti Nuclear, Electric Boat, Anti- Nuclear Demonstration Groton, Connecticut 1977 (June 18)  
Box 37 D 668 - D 677 International Women's Year Peace Workshop Albany, New York 1977 (July 8-10) Bella Abzug
Vinie Burrows
Karen Burstein
Margaret "Midge" Costanza
Helen Gahagan Douglas
Connie Hogarth
Gloria Steinem
Amy Swerdlow
Box 37 D 684 Women's Strike for Peace Demonstration Against the Neutron bomb, White House Washington D.C. 1977 (July 20) Ann Davidon
Ethel Taylor
Ted Weiss
Box 38 D 685 - D 689 Women's Strike for Peace, Executive Office Building Washington D.C. 1977 (July 26) Martha Baker
Margaret "Midge" Costanza
Ann Davidon
Mary McGrory
Ethel Taylor

Edith Villashigo
Box 38 D 690 - D 692 Women's Strike for Peace "Reject Neutron Bomb" Demonstration, "Nagasaki Day", St. Patrick's Cathedral New York, New York 1977 (August 9) Bella Abzug
Box 38 D 693 - D 694 Sacco and Vanzetti vigil New York, New York 1977 (August 23) Ralph DiGia
Box 38 D 695 - D 696 Marder: Gilles and Ana   1977 (August 25)  
Box 38 D 697- D 700 Equal Rights Amendment, Women's Equality Day New York, New York 1977 (August 27) Joan Baez
Betty Friedan
Eleanor Smeal?
Gloria Steinem
Box 38 D 711 - D 712 Unititled event     Vinie Burrows
Daniel Ellsberg
Box 38 D 715 - D 735 International Women's Year Conference Houston, Texas 1977 (November 18-21) Bella Abzug
Margie Adam
Maya Angelou
Carol Bellamy
Karen Burstein
Kay Camp
Rosalynn Carter
Shirley Chisolm
Mary Clarke
Margaret "Midge" Costanza
Betty Ford
Betty Friedan
Lady Bird Johnson
Barbara Jordan
Coretta Scott King
Margaret Mead
Kate Millet
Josephine Pomerance
Patricia Schroeder ?
Jean Stapleton
Gloria Steinem
Amy Swerdlow
Ethel Taylor
Box 38 D 745 WBAI Abortion Rights Forum   1978  (January 21)  
Box 38 D 746- D 751 Right to Life Demonstration and Counter Abortion Rights Demonstrations Washington D.C. 1978 (January 23) Jesse Helms
Box 38 D 760 Women's Strike for Peace Luncheon New York, New York 1978 (April 8) Margaret "Midge" Costanza
Box 38 D 762 - D 763 Women's Strike for Peace Anti Nuclear Demonstration, St. Patrick's Cathedral New York, New York 1978 (April 18)  
Box 38 D 770- D 772 Women's Strike for Peace Anti Nuclear Demonstration, United Nations New York, New York 1978 (May 23)  
Box 38 D 780 - D 787 Women's Strike for Peace at Mobilization for Survival March/ Rally, United Nations New York, New York 1978 (May 27) Bella Abzug
David Dellinger
Connie Hogarth

Ron Kovic
Grace Paley
Pete Seeger
Box 38 D 790 - D 795 Women's Strike for Peace at Sit-In-For-Survival New York, New York 1978 (June 12) Daniel Berrigan
Ralph DiGia
Grace Paley
Box 38 D 798 - D 799 Rosenberg Rally New York, New York 1978 (June 19)  
Box 38 D 800 - D 806 Seabrook, Anti Nuclear Demonstration New Hampshire 1978 (June 24 - 25) James Peck
Pete Seeger
Benjamin Spock?
Box 38 D 807 Forum for Matriarchy New York ? 1978 (September 16)  
Box 38 D 845 Women Strike for Peace, Carter Aide, Sarah Weddington Washington D.C. 1979 (January 18) Ethel Taylor
Sarah Weddington
Box 38 D 850 - D 854 WOMAN New York, New York 1979 (February 11) Bella Abzug
Florence Kennedy
Gloria Steinem
Marlo Thomas
Box 38 D 855 - D 859 War Resisters League March and Demonstration (No Nuclear), White House Washington D.C. 1979 (February 12) Grace Paley
Box 38 D 860 - D 862 International Woman's Day, in support Of Iranian Women, New York 1979 (March 15)  
Box 38 D 870 - D 877 Demonstration Against Trident Submarine Groton, Connecticut 1979 (April 7)  
Box 39 D 890 - D 893 Anti-Nuclear March and Demonstration Washington, D.C. 1979 (May 6) Bella Abzug
Box 39 D 894 - D 899 Women's Strike for Peace Mobilization for Survival, Armed Forces Day, March/ Rally New York, New York 1979 (May 19) Bella Abzug
Grace Paley
Box 39 D 903 - D 905 Shoreham ? No Nukes Protest   1979 (June 3) Connie Hogarth
Box 39 D 906 - D 911 Gay Pride March, Christopher Street New York, New York 1979 (June 24)  
Box 39 D 915 - D 922 Indian Point Demonstration Indian Point ? , New York 1979 (August 5) Connie Hogarth
Box 39 D 933- D 935 No Nuke Rally/ Concert, MUSE, Battery Park New York, New York 1979 (September 30)  
Box 39 D 936 National Organization for Women (NOW) Conference Washington D.C. (LA ?) 1979 (October 6) Betty Friedan ?
Box 39 D 940 - D 945 Women's Strike for Peace Year of the Child, Anti Nuclear, White House Washington D.C. 1979 (October 13) Bella Abzug
Elizabeth McAllister ?
Box 39 D 946 - D 947 Abortion Rights White Plains, New York 1979 (October 27)  
Box 39 D 950 - D 956 Anti Nuclear Demonstration at Wall Street New York, New York 1979 (October 29) Connie Hogarth
Grace Paley
Box 39 D 963 - D 964 Women's Strike for Peace, American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), Women's Strike for Peace, Demonstration, Against Sending  Nato Weapons, Rockefeller Center New York, New York 1979 (December 7) Cora Weiss
Box 39 D 980 - D 984 Woman and Earth conference Amherst, Massachusetts 1980 (March 22 - 23) Connie Hogarth
Grace Paley
Box 39 D 986 - D 987 War Resisters League Supper, Award to Grace Paley New York, New York 1980 (April 19)  
Box 39 D 990 - D 999 Coalition for No-Nuclear  Department of Energy, Pentagon Washington D.C. 1980 (April 26)  
Box 39 D 1000, 1003 WESPAC Concert, Lamont Estate New York 1980 (June 1) Pete Seesen ?
Cortiss Lamont ?
Box 39 D 1030 - D 1042 Women's Pentagon Action, Pentagon Washington D.C. 1980 (November 16 - 17) Bella Abzug
Grace Paley
Box 39 D 1062 - D 1065 El Salvador Demonstration March/ Rally, Women's Rights Day ?, March to Pentagon Washington, D.C. 1981 (April 18) Bella Abzug
Grace Paley
Box 39 D 8124 Women's Rights Day Washington D.C. 1981 (February 4) Bella Abzug
Gloria Steinem
Box 39 D 1079 Women's Strike for Peace Sign, the petition for Nuclear Freeze New York ? 1981 (June)
Box 39 D 1081 - D 1084 Women's Strike for Peace No-Nukes Demonstration, United Nations Library New York, New York 1981 (October 24) Bella Abzug
Ramsey Clark
Dorothy Marder
Grace Paley
Box 39 D 1090 - D 1092 Women's Strike for Peace, Kids for Peace, No-Nukes street Demonstration New York ? 1982 (March 3)  
Box 39 D 1095 - D 1097 International Woman's Day New York, New York 1982 (March 6)  
Box 39 D 1140 - D 1150a Disarmament March/ Rally, United Nations, Central Park New York, New York 1982 (June 12) Bella Abzug
Joan Baez
Grace Paley
Box 39 D 1155 Blockade of US Mission at United Nations New York, New York 1982 (June 14) Bella Abzug
Grace Paley
Box 40 D 1161 - D 1172 Abortion Rights, March and rally Cherry Hill, New Jersey 1982 (July 17) Connie Hogarth ?
Box 40 D 1175 - D 1177 Gay Rights New York, New York 1982 (July)  
Box 40 D 1205 "Stop US intervention in Central America" March Washington D.C. 1983 (March)  
Box 40 D 1250 - D 1274 Women for a Future of Peace and Justice Demonstration, Seneca Army Depot Romulus, New York 1983 (July 30- August 1) Bella Abzug
Connie Hogarth
Grace Paley
Box 40 D 1275 - D 1277 Women's Strike for Peace Luncheon/ Disarmament Demonstration, Foley Square New York, New York 1983 (September 11) Bella Abzug
Box 40 D 1279 "US out of Grenada" New York ? 1983 (November)  
Box 40 D 1280 - D 1282 European Women Protesters, Riverside Church New York 1984 (February 1)  
Box 40 D 1283 - D 1297 Lesbian/ Gay Rights March New York, New York ? 1984 (March)  
Box 40 D 1296 - D 1297 Lesbian/ Gay Rights March New York, New York ? 1984 (September 27)  
Box 40 D 1300 - D 1312 Peace March "Not in Our Name" New York, New York 1984 (November 17) Grace Paley
Box 40 D 1323 GWA   1985 Grace Paley
Box 40 D 1325 Gay Pride Parade New York, New York 1985  
Box 40 D 1326 Gay Pride Parade New York, New York 1986  
Box 40 D 1327 - D 1332 Gay Pride Parade New York, New York 1987  
Box 40 D 3498 - D 3499 15th Womyn's Music Festival Michigan 1990 (June)  
Box 40 D 3501 - D 3504 Gay Pride Parade New York, New York 1990 (June)  
Box 40 D 3512 - D 3515 "Bring the troops home"   1990 (January) Bella Abzug
Grace Paley
Box 40 D 3516 - D 3518 Pro Choice- Abortion Rights, St. Patrick's Cathedral, Greyhound Bus Station New York, New York 1991 (January)  
Box 40 D 3519 - D 3520 Abortion + Disability Rights - Greyhound Bus Station New York 1991 (January)  
Box 40 D 3521 Peace fountain park, Hiroshima Day New York ? 1991?  
Box 40 D 4000 - D 4001 Entertainers/ Performers ?   1991?  
Box 40 D 4003 - D 4004 Women Entertainers' portraits New York ? 1991?  
Box 40 D 4005 - D 4007 6th Annual Dyke March New York 1998  
Box 40 D 4008 Gay Pride Parade New York, New York    
Box 41 D 4011 - D 4014 4th Annual Dyke March New York, New York 1996 (March)  
Box 41 D 4020 - D 4022 Gay Pride Parade New York, New York 1997  
Box 41 D 4025 - D 4026 5th Annual Dyke March New York, New York 1997  
Box 41 D 4030 - D 4031 Women's Strike for Peace ?, "Set the Date" appeal   1971 ? Connie Hogarth
           
  Oversize contact sheets        
  D 451 - D 453 Women's Strike for Peace International Disarmament Day, march/rally
New York, New York 1974 (October 24) Bella Abzug
William Sloan Coffin
Daniel Ellsburg
Cora Weiss
  D 462 - D 465 International Women's Day
New York, New York 1975 (March 8) Bella Abzug
Betty Frieden
Jean Stapleton
Gloria Steinem
  D 469 Equal Rights Amendment Hearings
Albany, New York  1975 (March 11)  
  D 470 - D 472 March for Jobs and Against Unemployment
Washington D.C.  1975 (April 26) Bella Abzug
  D 477 - D 481 The End of the War Rally, Central Park New York, New York 1975 (May 11) Joan Baez
Aretha Franklin
Connie Hogarth
David McReynolds
Grace Paley
Pete Seeger
  Unumbered & miscellaneous
contact sheets negatives
       
Box 42   4th of July Rally in Philadelphia, music event Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1976 (July 4)  
Box 42   International Women's Day   1978 (March)  
Box 42   Prints, unrelated   1978 Noam Chomsky
Box 42   Women Strike for Peace 18th Anniversary   1979 ?  
Box 42   "Judy"   1981 (February 1)
Judy
Box 42   Women's Pentagon Action, "Lesbian Feminist", Rally/ demonstration/ march New York ? 1982 (summer) ?  
Box 42   Women's Strike for Peace 25th Anniversary   1986 Bella Abzug
Box 42   National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights Washington D.C. 1987 (October 11) Jesse Jackson
Box 42   3rd Annual Dyke March New York, New York 1995 ?  
Box 42   7th Annual Dyke March New York, New York 1999 ?  
Box 42   War Resisters League Annual Dinner   1999 (May 1) David McReynolds
Grace Paley
Box 42   Gay Prides Parades   including 1983/ 1984 ?
including 1999 (June 25)
 
Box 42   Grace Paley     Grace Paley
Box 42   Speaker at A Different Light Bookstore (Gay and Lesbian Bookstore) New York, New York    
Box 42   Unidentified Vietnam-related events     Cora Weiss
Box 42   Unidentified Anti- Nuclear events/ demonstrations     Bella Abzug
Box 42   National Organization for Women event   no date Bella Abzug
Betty Friedan
Jesse Jackson
Edward Kennedy
Barbara Mikulski
Eleanor Smeal
Amy Swerdlow
Box 42   Unidentified Lesbian/ Feminist/ Disability Events      
Box 42   Unidentified Portraits      
Box 42   Miscellaneous/ Unidentified Events     Alix Dobkin
Doris Lessing
Gracw Paley
  Negatives only        
    Women Strike for Peace Press Conference Washington D.C.   Pat Schroeder
    Equal Rights Amendment, Demonstration at New York Times      
    Unidentified Abortion Demonstration      
    Unidentified Anti- Nuclear event New York, New York   Berrigan
    Unidentified Portraits      
    Unidentified Women Strike for Peace event   1981/1982 (winter) ?  
    Miscellaneous/ Unidentified Events     Bella Abzug
Grace Paley
  Color negatives only        
    Gay Pride March,   1985 (July)  
    Gay Pride March   1985  
    Gay Pride March   1986 (March)  
    Gay Pride March   1986 (June)  
    Memorial Quilt, Michael Monarch and Patrick Kelly New York, New York 1988 (June)  
    Old Site Identity House, taken during the end of stay, 14th Street New York, New York taken 1990, processed 1991  
    Gay Pride, 119 W. 85th terrace New York, New York 1994 (June)  
    Stonewall 25th Anniversary New York, New York 1994 (June)  
    Speakers and part of Gay Pride Parade   processed 1997 (April 14)  
    Gay Pride March   1999 (June)  
    7th Annual Dyke March New York, New York 1999 (June)  
    Beach House ?      
           
  Oversized negatives Miscellaneous/ Unidentified Events      
           
  Slides
Black and White
       
  D 213 Censure Nixon protests Washington, DC 1972 (January 18)  
  D 247 Women Strike for Peace Die-In Demonstration at the ITT Building New York, New York 1972 (April 12)  
  D 500 Women's Strike for Peace Demonstration against nuclear first strike, White House Washington, DC 1975 (July 8)  
  D 567 Women's Strike for Peace "Big Apple" Food Day (Anti Nuclear)   1976 (May 22)  
  D 593 Women's Strike for Peace Anti Nuclear Demonstration, 34th and 8th Avenue, opposite billboard New York, New York 1975 (July 8)  
  Slides
Color
Women's demonstration (unidentified event)   no date  



SERIES D: MEMORABILIA
Box 1
Memorabilia - Stonewall Press Pass, 1994 (June 26)
Memorabilia -Unity '94, Gay Games IV Press Pass
Memorabilia - Indian Point Armband 1979 (August 5 - 9)
Memorabilia - Woman Symbol and Peace-Nature Symbol Necklace

T-Shirt Collection
Women
15th Michigan Womyn's Music Festival
6th Michigan Womyn's Music Festival, August 1981, red tank and blue shirt
Women on the Move
Women's One World Festival, NYC 1980
"Equality of Rights under the law" National Organization for Women
Matriarchy is the answer 
A Woman's Place is in the House The White House 
"Mother what is a Feminist?"
Woman's symbol filled with words 

Anti-Nuclear
Stop Nuclear Power Seabrook June 24
Stop Nuclear Power Clamshell Alliance 
Continental Walk
Disarmament and Social Justice
Stop Nuclear Power Blockade
No Nukes
Block the Seabrook Nuke!
Stop the Arms Race Fund Human Needs 
No Nukes Clamshell Alliance, back: NUKES 
No Nukes Clamshell Alliance, back: No Nukes Clamshell Alliance
Stop Nuclear Power International Protest 
No Nukes 
No Nukes March on Washington May 6
End the arms racenot the human race
No Nukes
Close Indian Pt 
Indian Point the next 3 mi island, Brown and blue
No Nukes Stop Shoreham June 3 
No Nukes Shoreham, LI, NY
The Muse Concerts for a Non-Nuclear Future September 19-23, 1979
The Muse Concerts for a Non-Nuclear Future September 19-23, 1979 Black with names

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (1)
Stonewall 25, shirt and tank
Gay Games XXL
Unique 
Identity House
Gay Pride Day '83
East Coast Lesbians' Festival 1990
Astraea National Lesbian Action Foundation
March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights October 11, 1987 
National Lesbian Conference
Signed Dykes to Watch Out For
14th Annual New York Lesbian & Gay Film Festival

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (2)
The Names Project National Tour '88
Snatch the Power
National March for Lesbian and Gay Rights October 14, Tan and White
Gay Games New York 1994
18th New York LGBT Film Festival
New Fest 2004

Peace; Women and Peace 
A Day without human rights is like a day without sunshine
1978 National Conference, Washington D.C. HereNow
Women's Encampment for a Future of Peace and Justice
Peaceful Awareness
Women's Encampment Summer 1983 Seneca Army Depot, Romulus, New York
Women's Encampment Summer 1983 Seneca Army Depot, Romulus, New York Women Creating
Danger: Radioactive As New Hampshire Goes So Goes the Nation 

Removed to Oversized Collection
Women's Pentagon Action Posters
"Women say NO! to War" Women's Environment and Development Organization little flag
The Strength of Women 1982 Calendar
Cover of Womanews, 1983 (September)
Dykes to Watch Out For 1993 Calendar
Photocopy of photographs of Blue Lundi, one by Dororthy Marder, undated

See also:
Clamshell Alliance News, July 1978
[SCPC Periodical Collection]


This file was last updated on December 7, 2010.