The South Bay Second Wave Feminist Oral History Project, 2006-2010 (bulk 2006) consists of fourteen digital recordings and
thirteen transcriptions documenting the experiences of women in politics in San José and Santa Clara County. The interviewees
include: Blanca Alvarado, Leona Egeland Siadek, Joan Goddard, Susan Hammer, Janet Gray Hayes, Linda J. LeZotte, Zoe Lofgren,
Dianne McKenna, Madison Nguyen, Karen Offen, Sally Reed, Lu Ryden, Lee Sturtevant, and Susanne Wilson.
The South Bay Second Wave Feminist Oral History Project was funded by a CSU Research Grant from 2005-2006. This oral history
project resulted in thirteen digital recordings and complete transcriptions documenting the experiences of women in politics
in San José and Santa Clara County. The interviewees include: Blanca Alvarado, Joan Goddard, Susan Hammer, Janet Gray Hayes,
Linda J. LeZotte, Dianne McKenna, Madison Nguyen, Sally Reed, Lu Ryden, Leona Egeland Siadek, Lee Sturtevant, Susanne Wilson,
and Zoe Lofgren.
(2 linear feet)
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