Guide to the Gretchen Kafoury Papers
1971-1983

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Creator: Kafoury, Gretchen
Title: Gretchen Kafoury papers
Dates: 1971-1983 ( inclusive )
Quantity: 19.5 linear feet (14 containers)
Collection Number: Coll 353
Summary: Gretchen Kafoury co-founded the Oregon chapter of NOW in 1970 and the Oregon Women's Political Caucus in 1971. She served as an Oregon State Representative (1977-1982), as a Multnomah County Commissioner (1985-1990) and on the Portland City Council (1991-1998). This collection is comprised of a variety of materials collected by Kafoury throughout the 1970's and early 1980's that are related to various women's groups and causes.
Repository: Special Collections and University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries

1299 University of Oregon
Eugene, Oregon, 97403-1299
(541) 346-3068
spcarref@uoregon.edu

Languages: Collection materials are in English. 
Sponsor: Funding for production of this finding aid was provided through a grant awarded by the Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) administered through the Oregon State Library.

Historical Note

Gretchen Kafoury, an Oregon equal rights activist, was born in Walla Walla, Washington in 1942. She graduated with a BA in Music from Whitman College in 1963. From 1964 to 1966, Kafoury lived in Iran as a Peace Corps volunteer. Upon her return to the U.S., she began teaching English as a Second Language in Portland, both at Grant High School and Portland State University. During her time as a teacher, Kafoury became active in volunteer political activities, working on Robert Kennedy's presidential and Wayne Morse's U.S. Senate campaigns in 1968.

In 1970 she helped found the Oregon chapter of the National Organizaton for Women (NOW) and the Oregon Women's Political Caucus (OWPC) in 1971. From 1971 to 1975, she served on the Metro 4-C Council and she continued to lobby for several women's groups. In 1972, Kafoury aided in the Mink for President Committee, which supported the Hawaiian native, Patsy Mink, in her attempts to get on the presidential ballot. In 1974, Kafoury worked on Barbara Robert's gubernatorial campaign. In 1975, she began working as an EEO consultant.

Kafoury served as a State Representative for Oregon from 1977 to 1982, filling the seat her husband had left to continue onto the Senate. During her time as a State Representative, Kafoury's key issues were health care, domestic violence, mental health and nurse practitioners. In 1985, Kafoury was elected as a Multnomah County Commissioner for NE Portland. She continued to hold priority on health care and mental health, but added poverty, homelessness, criminal justice and teen health centers to her key issues.

From 1991 to 1998 Kafoury served on the Portland City Council. She became an instructor in 1999 and she earned her Masters in Public Administration at Portland State University in 2000. Since 1999 she has taught classes related to community development, homelessness and poverty at PSU.

Content Description

The Kafoury collection is comprised of a variety of materials collected by Kafoury throughout the 1970's and early 1980's that are related to various women's groups and causes.

Series I: Organizations/Political Groups contains correspondence, newsletters and general subject files regarding various organizations and political groups that Kafoury associated with.

Series II: Bills/Legislation/Laws consists of correspondence, publications and notes regarding House and Senate bills and laws.

Series III: Conferences is composed of materials collected from major conferences for women's organizations such as NOW and OWPC between 1973 and 1980.

Series IV: Correspondence is comprised of letters between Kafoury and other women's groups members.

Series V: Publications contains newspapers, magazines and newsletters that relate to women's groups and their ideals.

Series VI: Subject Files is composed of correspondence, publications and notes that relate to women's groups and causes.

Use of the Collection

Preferred Citation :  

[Identification of item], Gretchen Kafoury papers, Coll 353, Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries, Eugene, Oregon.

Restrictions on Access :  

Collection is open to the public.

Collection must be used in Special Collections & University Archives Reading Room.

Restrictions on Use :  

Property rights reside with Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries. Copyright resides with the creators of the documents or their heirs. All requests for permission to publish collection materials must be submitted to Special Collections & University Archives. The reader must also obtain permission of the copyright holder.

Archival material may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal and/or state right to privacy laws and other regulations.

Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in this collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications (e.g. a cause of action for invasion of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person) for which the University of Oregon assumes no responsibility.

If a researcher finds sensitive personal information in a collection, please bring it to the attention of the reading room staff.

Administrative Information

Arrangement :

Collection is organized into the following series:

Series I: Organizations/Political Groups Series II: Bills/Legislation/Laws Series III: Conferences Series IV: Correspondence Series V: Publications Series VI: Subject Files

Related Materials :  

This collection is part of the Oregon Women's Political History Collection, Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries.

Processing Note :  

Collection processed by Austin Pliska, 2012.

This finding aid may be updated periodically to account for new acquisitions to the collection and/or revisions in arrangement and description.


Detailed Description of the Collection

Series I:  Organizations/Political Groups
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
Folder
1 1 Displaced homemaker
1 2 Women's legislative council
1 3 Bureau of Labor and EEOC
1 4 Rape Relief Hotline May 1978
1 5 Demo Central Committee Summer 1978
1 6 NARAL Summer 1978
1 7 CSD (Child Services Division)/CSSI May 1978
1 8 Oregon Women in Educational Administration (OWEA)
1 9 4-C information
1 10 4-C/CSD
1 11 Association of American Colleges
1 12 PAWPC 1972-1973
1 13 NCSL - women's network Summer 1978
1 14 K.P.T.V.
1 15 Displaced Homemakers
1 16 4-C pending (gonk?)
1 17 N.W.P.C.
1 18 N.W.P.C.
1 19 OCWE legislative lobby March 4, 1972
1 20 DCCDCO mailing lists
1 21 Women's rights and N.O.W. July 1976
1 22 Women's rights and N.O.W. July 1976
1 23 Displaced Homemakers 1976
1 24 Displaced Homemakers
1 25 International Woodworkers of America
1 26 Department of Environmental Equality
1 27 Preventative service strategies advisory group
1 28 Human resources committee
1 29 KGW tv/radio
1 30 National Commission on the Observance of International Women's Year
1 31 Children's committee
1 32 Democratic party
1 33 Displaced Homemakers
1 34 Women's legislative caucus 1979
1 35 The Reading Foundation of California - reading optimation
1 36 Oregon Consumer League 1971-1972
1 37 WILPF 1971-1972
1 38 WILPF 1971-1972
1 39 4-C
1 40 National Commission on the Observance of International Women's Year
1 41 Various political group correspondence/subject files
1 42 Portland town council
2 1 Miscellaneous political group subject files
2 2 Committee for artistic and intellectual freedom
2 3 NAACP
2 4 NOW/KOIN 6 1975
2 5 KPTV Show
13 11 Joint Committee on the Judiciary - minutes
13 14 Women's Rights Coalition - 1979 Session 1979
13 25 Community Coalition for School Integration

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Series II:  Bills/Legislation/Laws
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
Folder
2 6 S.888 - 97th congress first session bill
2 7 Research- bills 2700 + 2445
2 8 House/senate bills
2 9 Bills
2 10 Women's bills
2 11 Divorce - H.B. 2471 1977
2 12 House Bill (H.B.) 2511
2 13 Legal + legislative
2 14 Legislative reports
2 15 Legislature Summer 1978
2 16 Legislature 1973
2 17 H.B. 2449 - State Institutions
2 18 H.B. 2424 - Gay Rights
2 19 H.B. 2421 - Substitute Teachers
2 20 H.B. 2807 - Hospices
2 21 H.B. 2542 - Commission for Children
2 22 H.B. 2547 - Injured Workers (Multnomah Co.)
2 23 H.B. 2420 - Deceptive representations in Employment
2 24 H.B. 2548 - Mental Health
2 25 H.J.R. 20 - Architectual Barrier Awareness week
2 26 H.J.R. 29 - Equal Employment Corrections Division
2 27 H.B. 2433 - Tax Exempt Fraternity Clubs
2 28 H.B. 2663 - Student Day Care
2 29 Kindergarten
2 30 "keep tabs on these" (bills)
2 31 Legislation Priorities/Agenda
2 32 H.B. 2446 - Additional Considerations - suppose(?)
2 33 H.B. 2661 - Utility shut-offs
2 34 Machine Gun - S.B. 482
2 35 Machine Gun
2 36 H.B. 2664
2 37 H.B. 2664 Camp Exemption
2 38 H.J.R. 5
2 39 H.J.R. 19 - Child care policy
2 40 H.B. 2665
2 41 H.B. 2808 - Health Insurance Family Planning
2 42 H.B. 2447 - Sterilization
2 43 H.B. 2451 - National Guard
2 44 H.B. 2419 - Farm Labor Contractors
2 45 H.B. 2805 - LEDS - Domestic Violence
2 46 H.B. 2450 - Job sharing - tax incentive
2 47 H.B. 2806 - Nurse practitioners
2 48 H.B. 2448 - Sex-neutral language
2 49 Senate and House Bills
2 50 S.B. 616
2 51 H.B. 2423 - Gun bill 1979
2 52 Federal legislation
2 53 Federal legislation
2 54 State legislation
3 1 State legislation
3 2 H.B. 2445/Insurance
3 3 Child care legislature
3 4 Legislation master list 1979
3 5 Bills for introduction 1979
3 6 H.B. 2438
3 7 H.B. 2806 - Nurse practitioner
3 8 H.B. 2806 - Nurse practitioner
3 9 H.B. 2806 - Nurse practitioner
3 10 Bills - pending
3 11 Legislature January 1979
3 12 H.B. 5077
3 13 H.B. 2995
3 14 H.B. 2952
3 15 H.B. 2807
3 16 H.B. 2438
3 17 H.B. 2422
3 18 H.B. 2424
3 19 H.B. 2479
3 20 H.B. 2661 - public utility commissioner
3 21 H.B. 2241 - Displaced Homemakers
3 22 H.B. 2241
3 23 H.B. 2302
3 24 H.B. 2688
3 25 H.B. 2607
3 26 H.B. 2438
3 27 H.B. 2661 - public utilites - Oregon fail share - shut offs
3 28 H.B. 2303
3 29 H.B. 2276
3 30 H.B. 2267
3 31 H.B. 2445
3 32 H.B. 2318
3 33 H.B. 2173
3 34 H.B. 3125
3 35 H.B. 3012
3 36 H.B. 2673
3 37 H.B. 2288
3 38 H.B. 2368
3 39 H.B. 2724 (S.B. 616)
3 40 H.B. 2434/2422 - 18 year-old drinking
3 41 H.B. 2422 - 18 year-old drinking age
3 42 H.B. 2419
3 43 H.B. 2420/2419
3 44 Implementation of House Bill 2867 (packet)
3 45 Legislature
13 3 Discrimination based on sex/marital status - research/bill
13 18 Bills- house and senate
13 22 Senate bill 57
13 23 Women's bills

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Series III:  Conferences
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
Folder
4 1 International Women's Year conference November 18, 1977-November 21, 1977
4 2 Women's conference - D.C. June 1980
4 3 Oregon Report from the National Women's Conference November 18, 1977-November 21, 1977
4 4 The Woman Elected Official: A Report of a National Needs Assessment Conference
4 5 Oregon Women's Conference 1978
4 6 Oregon women's conference
4 7 Conference of insurance legislatures August 16, 1979-August 17, 1979
4 8 Women's Conference - N.O.W. 1980
4 9 N.W.P.C. Convention July 13, 1979-July 15, 1979
4 10 Legislative Action for Children Conference January 4, 1973
4 11 DCCDCO Conference January 4
4 12 Governor's Conference June 7, 1976
4 13 Labor Education Advancement Program (LEAP) Conference March 24, 1976
4 14 "Women in the Law" - Ashland July 23, 1976
4 15 Democratic Women's day November 20, 1971
4 16 New Approaches to Working With Teenage Pregnancy… Convention
4 17 A Kaleidoscope of Women: The Way… Symposium October 19, 1979-October 21, 1979
4 18 Governor's Conference on Handicapped Individuals - Final Report (packet) 1976
4 19 10th Far West Regional Conference on Women and the Law October 17, 1980-October 19, 1980
4 20 National Women's Conference November 18, 1977-November 21, 1977
4 21 NWPC Convention 1977
4 22 NWPC Convention 1977
4 23 Evening with Dick Van Dyke poster
13 5 Seminars, conventions and annual reports

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Series IV:  Correspondence
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
Folder
4 24 Wilma Heide letters
4 25 Legislative mail to answer
4 26 Clippings and Correspondence
4 27 Correspondence 1979
4 28 Gretchen's mail to answer
4 29 Mink - out of state letters
4 30 Correspondence
4 31 Correspondence
4 32 Correspondence + notes
4 33 Correspondence/notes
13 26 Correspondence

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Series V:  Publications
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
Folder
4 34 Newsletters/etc. Summer 1978
4 35 (book) 57th Oregon Legislative Assembly - Weekly Digest of all Measures January 8-January 12
4 36 (book) 57th Oregon Legislative Assembly - Weekly Digest of all Measures January 15-January 19
4 37 (book) Federal Outlays in Oregon 1972
4 38 Consumer Legislative Monthly Report (packet) April 1, 1972
4 39 Past Commitments, Current Problems, and Water Choices for Oregon's Future (packet)
4 40 Newsletters/pending February 1978
4 41 Newsletters
4 42 Articles/clippings
5 1 Magazines - Spokeswoman and The Civil Liberties Review
5 2 Newsletters/Magazines
5 3 Newsletters/Pubs/Newspapers
5 4 Newspapers - Portland Scribe and Vanguard
5 5 Newspapers - The Fountain
5 6 Newspapers - A Forum for Changing Men
5 7 Newspapers - Women's Press and Women's International League for Peace and Freedom
5 8 Newspapers - Women's Political Times
5 9 Newspapers - NOW/OWPC
5 10 Newspapers - Daily Breakthrough and New Directions for Women
5 11 Newspapers - The Changing Woman
5 12 Newspapers - Miscellaneous
5 13 Newspapers - Miscellaneous
5 14 Newspapers - Miscellaneous
5 15 Betty Roberts Campaign - Clippings
5 16 Clippings
5 17 Clippings
5 18 Clippings
5 19 Worker's Comp - Clippings
5 20 Clippings
5 21 Clippings
13 7 Miscellaneous magazines - Equal Rights Amendment and gay rights
13 19 Women's articles Summer 1980
13 20 Women's newspapers and articles

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Series VI:  Subject Files
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
Folder
6 1 "Flexible Ways to Work" (YWCA)
6 2 Family/domestic violence
6 3 Civil rights/discrimination
6 4 Women's issues/pending Winter 1978
6 5 Private right of action (discrimination)
6 6 Veteran's Preference
6 7 Women's rights
6 8 Abortion
6 9 Equal Rights Amendment
6 10 Credit
6 11 Employment
6 12 Higher education
6 13 Teacher Standards and Practices Commission/Education Sunset 1978
6 14 RSVP pending March 1978
6 15 Raphel House Summer 1978
6 16 Community school
6 17 Cease
6 18 Child care/pending
6 19 PACT/Sus. Summer 1978
6 20 Video Access Bd. 1978
6 21 To file in Salem
6 22 Invitations
6 23 Campaigns Fall 1978
6 24 Invitations Fall 1978
6 25 Newsletters, correspondence and publications on a variety of women’s groups and causes 1978
6 26 Newsletters, correspondence and publications on a variety of women’s groups and causes 1978
6 27 ERA - Press releases
6 28 N.O.W./Phyllis Schlafly, etc.
6 29 Interns
6 30 ERA questions and answers
6 31 Women veterans' rights
6 32 Domestic violence - women's rights
6 33 Child care
6 34 503/Trial
7 1 Newsletters, correspondence and publications on a variety of women’s groups and causes Fall 1979
7 2 Newsletters, correspondence and publications on a variety of women’s groups and causes Fall 1979
7 3 Newsletters, correspondence and publications on a variety of women’s groups and causes December 1979
7 4 Domestic violence/women's legislation 1979
7 5 Women's network Summer 1978
7 6 Newsletters, correspondence and publications on a variety of women’s groups and causes 1983
7 7 Newsletters, correspondence and publications on a variety of women’s groups and causes
7 8 Newsletters, correspondence and publications on a variety of women’s groups and causes
7 9 Child care Fall 1978
7 10 Newsletters, correspondence and publications on a variety of women’s groups and causes April 1979
7 11 ERA
7 12 Child care
7 13 Child care
7 14 Work pending
7 15 Work pending
7 16 Families and human needs delegate workbook
7 17 Families and human needs
7 18 Clippings
7 19 United States commission on civil rights
7 20 Non-sexist curriculum development program
7 21 Newsletters, correspondence and publications on a variety of women’s groups and causes
7 22 Child care
7 23 Child care/4-C
7 24 Representative district boundaries
8 1 Issues April 1976
8 2 Issues April 1976
8 3 Port of Portland
8 4 Homosexuality
8 5 Inheritance tax info
8 6 Feminism 1976
8 7 Feminism 1976
8 8 Child care
8 9 Creative outlet correspondence
8 10 Child care
8 11 Grantree Rental/house
8 12 Cards
8 13 To order
8 14 Battered women
8 15 BA/ domestic violence Summer 1978
8 16 Women's materials
8 17 Licensing of clinical social workers
8 18 Dammasch/confidential
8 19 Human resources
8 20 Raphael house September 1978
8 21 Developmental disabilities
8 22 Jewel Lansing
8 23 General cash fund position report - state of Oregon 1977-1979
8 24 Gay rights
8 25 Women's rights education
8 26 Women's rights coalition
8 27 Abuse
8 28 Insurance - women's rights
8 29 Housing/women's rights
8 30 Women's rights - rape
8 31 Women's rights OWPC
8 32 Displaced Homemakers - women's rights
8 33 Women's rights - domestic relations
8 34 Gay rights
8 35 Gay rights
8 36 Bureau of labor
8 37 Bureau of labor
8 38 Resumes
8 39 Personal 1977
8 40 Pending
8 41 House rules 1979
8 42 Women's rights - ERA
8 43 Aging - general
8 44 Women's rights - N.O.W.
9 1 Meeting January 1979
9 2 RSVP - social January 1979-February 1979
9 3 Meetings/social March 1979-April 1979
9 4 Meetings/social March 1979-April 1979
9 5 Women - tax exemptions
9 6 Divorce
9 7 Kindergartens
9 8 Women - education
9 9 House caucus fundraiser 1978
9 10 Opening day
9 11 Social services
9 12 Domestic violence
9 13 Job sharing
9 14 Women's athletics
9 15 Women's issues Fall 1978
9 16 Women - connections(?)
9 17 Sterilization
9 18 Insurance discrimination
9 19 Grandparents' rights 1977
9 20 Redlining - mortgage
9 21 Vehicle insurance
9 22 Gay rights
9 23 Utilities Fall 1979
9 24 Traffic Safety Education (packet)
9 25 Betty Roberts - fund raising
9 26 Absuq/Farenthold(?) October 1974
9 27 D.G. consumer comm.
9 28 Child care
9 29 Kafoury, Steve
9 30 Newsletters, correspondence and publications on a variety of women’s groups and causes 1981
9 31 Newsletters, correspondence and publications on a variety of women’s groups and causes 1981
9 32 Abortions and the Poor: Private… (packet)
9 33 Newsletters, correspondence and publications on a variety of women’s groups and causes 1981-1982
9 34 Women Issues 1982
9 35 Newsletters, correspondence and publications on a variety of women’s groups and causes
9 36 Newsletters, correspondence and publications on a variety of women’s groups and causes
9 37 H/Res women
9 38 Newsletters, correspondence and publications on a variety of women’s groups and causes
10 1 Newsletters, correspondence and publications on a variety of women’s groups and causes April 1980
10 2 Newsletters, correspondence and publications on a variety of women’s groups and causes - Civil Rights August 1979
10 3 Women in public office II packet
10 4 Betty Roberts for Senate
10 5 Children's Services Division Presentation to Human Resources Interim Committee (packet)
10 6 LEAA Grant September 1979
10 7 Family planning Fall 1979
10 8 Domestic violence Fall 1979
10 9 Women/civil rights August 1979
10 10 Mink - pending
10 11 Mink/contacts
10 12 Mink/contacts - correspondence + subject files
10 13 Patsy Mink Photos
10 14 Mink May 10, 1972-May 23, 1972
10 15 Patsy Mink - flyers/pubs
10 16 Mink - speech
10 17 Gladys McCoy - Resumes + photos
10 18 Hawaii ERA delegation
10 19 Lesbians + Mary Ricke
10 20 Demo party 1978
10 21 Multnomah county charter
10 22 Women's rights
10 23 Abortion
10 24 Politics
10 25 San Jose
10 26 Houston - pending
10 27 Social services
10 28 Portland Youth Advocates - Runaway Program
10 29 Report of the HEW Task Force on the Treatment of Women Under Social Security
10 30 H.B. 2445/2795
10 31 NWPC/OWPC Convention 1979
10 32 Gay rights
10 33 Residential care facilities
10 34 Oregon tax/finances
10 35 Comision Femenil Mexicana Nacional Annual Report June 9, 1979
10 36 Sample primary nominating election ballots May 1972
10 37 Oregon state representatives/senators list 1972
10 38 The Unenforced Law: Title IX Activity by Federal Agencies other than HEW - report
10 39 Violence and Vandalism Conference report October 17, 1979
10 40 Report of Oregon General Fund Cash Position 1977-November 30, 1978
11 1 Families
11 2 Equal rights amendment
11 3 Child care
11 4 Abortion
11 5 Civil/equal rights
11 6 Discrimination against women
11 7 American legislative exchange
11 8 Correspondence
11 9 National Commission on the Observance of International Women's Year
11 10 Northwest women's history project
11 11 Women of the Law - Seattle, Washington October 1980
11 12 Clippings/articles
11 13 Measures, petitions, bills
11 14 Women's history library
11 15 Political and board candidates
11 16 National Women's Conference - Houston, Texas November 18, 1977-November 21, 1977
11 17 Newsletters/pubs
11 18 NOW - chapter/contact lists
11 19 Patsy Mink Campaign - petition signatures
11 20 Betty Roberts campaign materials
11 21 Journals and Calendars of the Senate and House 1975
11 22 Joint Legislative Guide 1977
11 23 Oregon Women's Conference - final report
11 24 Employer/lobby list for Oregon Ethics Commission and AAA directory
11 25 Women's International League for Peace and Freedom and OWPC - Portland branch 1977
11 26 Notes July 1980
11 27 Notes
11 28 Miscellaneous subject files
11 29 Kafoury Miscellaneous
11 30 Portland chapter questionnaires
11 31 Legislative publications
11 32 Publications - NOW and Women's Political
11 33 Pamphlets and Flyers
11 34 Pamphlets and Flyers
11 35 Pamphlets and Flyers
11 36 Alternative Work Schedule Directory: 1st Ed. - NCAWP
11 37 Contact/note book
11 38 Miscellaneous Ephemora
12 1 4-C
12 2 Child care
12 3 Columbia Law Review article
12 4 Domestic violence
12 5 Kafoury property settlement agreement January 19, 1973
12 6 Miscellaneous
12 7 NOW
12 8 Patsy Mink
12 9 Presidential appointees
12 10 Public office nominations
12 11 Wayne Morse banquet November 15, 1975
13 1 Kafoury children/school
13 2 Miscellaneous women's organizations newsletters and announcements, etc.
13 4 Anti-discrimination worksheets and info
13 6 Kafoury state representative campaign materials
13 8 Small business administration
13 9 Consulting firms Fall 1979
13 10 Split benefit life - life insurance
13 12 Flyer and symbol drafts
13 13 Equal rights
13 15 Newsletters, correspondence and publications on a variety of women’s groups and causes Summer 1979
13 16 Newsletters, correspondence and publications on a variety of women’s groups and causes
13 17 Women's issues - health and energy planning
13 21 Equal Rights Amendment
13 24 Abortion
13 27 Meeting and Issues 1976
13 28 Voter contact services October 1975
13 29 Willner 1976
13 30 Pending January 1976
13 31 Pending December 1975
13 32 Pending August 1975
13 33 Pending September 1975
13 34 Pending October 1975
13 35 Political 1976
13 36 Political Summer 1975
14 1 "Fuck Housework" poster 1971

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Subjects

  • Personal Names :
  • Kafoury, Gretchen
  • Corporate Names :
  • Oregon Women's Political Caucus.
  • Geographical Names :
  • Oregon--Politics and government
  • Subject Terms :
  • Women--Political activity--Oregon
    • Form or Genre Terms :
    • Correspondence

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