Guide to the Anne P. Draper Papers, 1969-1973

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Guide to the Anne P. Draper Papers, 1969-1973

Collection number: MS 611A

California Historical Society



North Baker Research Library

San Francisco, California

Contact Information:

  • California Historical Society
  • North Baker Research Library
  • 678 Mission Street
  • San Francisco, California 94105-4014
  • Phone: (415) 357-1848, ext. 220
  • Fax: (415) 357-1850
  • Email: reference@calhist.org
  • URL: http://www.californiahistoricalsociety.org/
Processed by:
California Historical Society staff
© 2000 California Historical Society. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: Anne P. Draper Papers,
Date (inclusive): 1969-1973
Collection number: MS 611A
Creator: Draper, Anne Pauline (Kracik), 1917-1973
Extent: 7 boxes
Repository: California Historical Society, North Baker Library
San Francisco, California 94105-4014
Language: English.

Administrative Information

Donor

Gift of Hal Draper and Anne Lipow.

Access

Collection is open for research.

Publication Rights

Copyright has not been assigned to The North Baker Research Library. All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Library Director. Permission for publication is given on behalf of The North Baker Research Library as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained by the reader.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Anne P. Draper Papers. MS 611A, California Historical Society, North Baker Research Library.

Biography

Draper was a labor organizer, socialist and founder of Citizens for Farm Labor and Union W.A.G.E. (Women's Alliance to Gain Equality), the first women's liberation group made up of women trade unionists. The daughter of Polish immigrants, Draper graduated from Hunter College, New York. A longtime member of the Independent Socialist League, she opposed the Vietnam war from the 1950s onward.

Scope and Content

The collection consists of personal papers and correspondence, including correspondence with labor union people; Christmas cards designed by Draper and her husband, Hal; manuscripts of speeches given at her memorial services by local labor and political leaders; newsletters and ephemera regarding legislation concerning women workers and Union W.A.G.E.

Added Entries

  • Labor and laboring classes
  • Equal Rights Ammendment
  • National Women's Political Caucus of Northern California
  • Industrial Welfare Commission
  • Equal Employment Opportunities Commission
  • International Socialist Women
  • Strikes and lockouts
  • Trade-unions
  • Union W.A.G.E. (Women's Alliance to Gain Equality)
  • Woman--Employment
  • Woman--Legal status, laws, etc.
  • Women in California
  • Women's Liberation Movement

Container List

Box 1, Folder 1

Memorial Service

Folder 2

Material for a speech for distribution

 

Union Wage

Folder 3

Correspondence 1971-72

Folder 4

Meeting notices 1971

Folder 5

Articles for one meeting 1972

Folder 6

Names, Lists 1971

Folder 7

Newsletter 1971

Folder 8

Newspaper 1972 & Misc. issues

Folder 9

Clippings for Newsletter 1972

Folder 10

Short History

Folder 11

Statement of Purpose 1970-72

 

Protective Legislation

Folder 12

State Protective Laws

Folder 13

California Hearing on Protective Leg. 1970

Folder 14

Committee to Extend Protective Leg. 1970

Folder 15

Hours and Weights Ruling 1970-71

Box 2, Folder 16

State Assembly Bill #1547 - 1971

Folder 17

State Legislation 1971

Folder 18

State Legislation 1972

Folder 19

State Legislation - Correspondence 1972

Folder 20

Labor Laws - Women

 

Subjects

Folder 21

Abortion

Folder 22

Bank of America

Folder 23

California Women Workers

Folder 24

Congressional Record

Box 3, Folder 25

Child Care & Maternity

Folder 26

Discrimination

Folder 27

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

Folder 28

Equal Pay

Folder 29

Equal Rights Amendment

Folder 30

ERA Protective Legislation Fact Sheet

Folder 31

ERA Statements

Folder 32

Household workers

Folder 33

Industrial Welfare Commission - pending

Folder 34

International Socialists Women's Bulletin 1970

Folder 35

I.S.C. Women's Caucus

Folder 36

KPFA Talks

Folder 37

Laura X

Box 4, Folder 38

National Women's Politica Caucus of No. Calif.

Folder 39

Network for Economic Rights

Folder 40

N.Y. Life & U.S. Fidelity Guaranty Demonstration 1971

Folder 41

Newspaper Guild - Women

Folder 42

S.F. Board of Supervisors

Folder 43

Trotsky, Natalia

Folder 44

Union Women's Conference 1973

Folder 45

Union women's publicity

Folder 46

Welfare

Folder 47

Women and Work (1)

Folder 48

Women and Work (2)

Folder 49

Women in Transition Conference

Folder 50

Women's activities conference

Folder 51

L.A. Women's Conference

Folder 52

Women's Equality Act

Box 5, Folder 53

Women's Liberation

Folder 54

Women's Organizations, meetings, statements, etc.

Folder 55

Xmas cards and lists

 

Clippings

Folder 56

California ERA 1972

Folder 57

Farm Labor 1972

Folder 58

Women 1969-70

Folder 59

Women 1971

Folder 60

Women 1972

Folder 61

Women and Work 1969-72

 

Periodicals

Folder 62

Capital Alert - NOW 1972

Box 6, Folder 63

Change, 1/71 - 12.72 - (incomplete)

Folder 64

NOW, 11/71 - 9/72 (incomplete)

Folder 65

The Spokeswoman, 5/71 - 2/73 (incomplete)

Folder 66

Wildcat Woman

Box 6-7

Published materials