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Guide to the Records of the New York Women's Anthropology Caucus MC 166

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Collection processed by Naomi Schiller in 2002. Additional arrangement by Alison Lotto in 2012.

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Creator: New York Women's Anthropology Caucus.
Title: Records of the New York Women's Anthropology Caucus
Dates [inclusive]: 1972-2002
Abstract: The Records of the New York Women's Anthropology Caucus document the founding and activities of a group of female anthropologists and anthropology students who were active in the New York City and international feminist movements. They were focused on women's rights and were an official non-governmental organization in the United Nations and were active from the 1970s to the 2000s.
Quantity: 2.5 linear feet
Call Phrase: MC 166