Women's rights -- United States -- History
Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
1262 Catherine Larkin, interviewed by Nancy Woodbury, May 14, 1979, Bangor, Maine. Larkin talks about her childhood in Saco, Maine, in the 1940s and 50s, including chores, recreation, and education; Kennedy’s assassination shortly after his visit to the University of Maine; why she was not a 'women’s libber;' and being afraid of Soviet atomic bombs as a child. Text: 21 pp. transcript. Recording: T 1338 1 hour. mfc_na1262_t1338_01, mfc_na1262_t1338_02
1092 Margaret Hatch, interviewed by Donna E. Gray, November 18 – 29, 1976, Orono, Maine. Hatch discusses her views on the women’s liberation movement; the Great Depression and its impact on her childhood; WWII; her reaction to the attack on Pearl Harbor; and wartime activities. Text: 11 pp. incomplete transcript, with 5 pp. catalog. Recording: T 1113 – T 1114 1 hour. mfc_na1092_t1113_01, mfc_na1092_t1114_01
Unfinished typescript draft of a book on the history of women's rights in the United States by a University of Maine professor.