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Overview This collection relates almost entirely to Virginia Cain's involvement with the Democratic Party at the local, state, and national level. Included are administration and convention materials for the Democratic Party of Washoe County, the Nevada State Democratic Party, Democratic National Committee, and the Democratic Women's Club of Carson City and campaign materials for the election of Cain's daughter, Mary-Ellen McMullen, to the Board of Regents of the University of Nevada and for Justice...
Overview Jill Derby is a Nevada anthropologist, consultant and lecturer on social concerns, communication dynamics, and cross-cultural perspectives; leader of the organization Nevadans for ERA; member of the Nevada Board of Regents; first state chair of the National Women's Political Caucus (NWPC) (U.S.), Nevada; and active in the Douglas County (Nevada) branch of the NWPC (U.S.). Included are political materials about Derby's campaigns for University of Nevada Regent and Nevada state Assemblyman;...
Overview Vivian Freeman was a nurse in Reno, Nevada and a member of the Nevada State Assembly from Washoe County. The collection contains Nevada women's organizations information including bylaws, newsletters, minutes, and correspondence from the National Women's Political Caucus, Nevada and Anne Martin Chapters; Nevada League of Women Voters; Nevadans for Better Government; Reno Women's Network; and Hannah Humanitarian Award.
Abstract The National Women's Political Caucus was created in 1971 to increase women in politics. This collection includes minutes, correspondence, by-laws, financial filed, subject fields, newsletters, copies of senate bills, goals and objective statements, and flyers from the Reno, Nevada chapter of a bi-partisan group which encourages qualified women to seek public office. Materials between 1972-1991.
Abstract Included are a Nevada state caucus history, newsletters, correspondence, bylaws, membership rolls, and minutes from the Nevada Caucus, Capital Chapter (Carson City), and Bird Wilson Chapter of the Nevada Women's Political Caucus, and material from "Women winning in '82 and '84" seminars. Material between 1979-1991.