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Guide to the Virginia Cornue Papers TAM.644
||Virginia Cornue Papers
||This collection contains the papers of feminist activist and scholar Virginia Cornue.
The materials in this collection relate primarily to Cornue's involvement with a number
of feminist and activist organization in New York and New Jersey in the 1970s and
1980s, including the National Organization for Women in New York City, National Youth
Employment Project, the Women's Funding Coalition in New York City, and Newark Emergency
Services for Families. The collection also contains materials related to Cornue's
academic career, including notebooks from her university courses and research in cultural
anthropology and gender studies.
||22.25 Linear Feet in 21 record cartons, 1 manuscript box, 4 flat boxes, 7 oversized posters, and 86
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||Majority of materials are in English, with some in Chinese.