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Guide to the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, Auburn Branch records, 1976-2002 (1998-2000)
MSS 2001/13  
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The collection includes Agendas, Minutes, Binders, Awards, Newspaper Clippings, Correspondence, Ephemera, Lecture Notes, Photographs, Programs, Publications, Reports, Scrapbooks and a Plaque. This also includes correspondence with prominent local and state politicians such as Senator Pete Wilson, Norman Schumway, Ray Johnson, Alan Cranston, Thomas Bates, Jean Moorehead, Gene Chapple, and Robert Matsui.
Millie Livingston and Martha Fort, two prominent members of Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, donated this collection to Special Collections at Sacramento State University. WILPF was originally created in 1915; Jane Addams served as its first president. The women of WILPF are dedicated to world disarmament, full rights for women, racial and economic justice, an end to all forms of violence. The Auburn chapter of Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom was created in 1981, with many members active in other local peace organizations in the Sacramento area, including Grandmothers for Peace.
1.6 Linear feet (4 manuscript boxes and 1 oversize folder)
Copyright is protected by the copyright law, Chapter 17 of the U.S. Code. Requests for permission to publish, quote, or reproduce from collections must be submitted in writing to the Head of the Department of Special Collections and University Archives. Permission for publication is given on the behalf of the Department of Special Collections and University Archives, Library, California State University, Sacramento as the owner of the physical item and is not intended to include permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained by the researcher.
The collection is open for research. Some restrictions may apply.