Collection includes images of historic feminist protests and leaders, images of the 1970s women's movement, images of women
in non-traditional jobs, Black women leaders, images pertaining to changing sex roles, and a series on women of the American
Revolution. Groups and/or publishers represented include Women's Equity Action League, Sex Desegregation Assistance Center
of the Southwest (Texas), Documentary Photo Aids, and the U. S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Collection also
includes a set of 8 photographs and a poster of men in the nurturing role published by the Women's Action Alliance (New York).
Matilda Butler earned her MA in communication at Stanford University in 1966 and was on the staff of the Institute for Communication
Research at Stanford.
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This collection is open for research.