Betsy Calloway was the principal owner and operator of Maud Gonne Press, a feminist publisher and press operating throughout
the 1970s. The press was named after Maud Gonne, an Irish revolutionary, feminist and actress. This collection contains personal
correspondence from Betsy Calloway but the majority of the material focuses on her graphic design and printing business. Examples
of the work, correspondence between clients and catalogs of comparable services serving the lesbian feminist community are
Betsy Calloway was the principal owner and operator of Maud Gonne Press. Maud Gonne Press was a feminist publisher and press
operating throughout the 1970s. The press was named after Maud Gonne, an Irish revolutionary, feminist and actress.
0.4 linear ft.
(2 half document boxes)
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