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Linda Damico papers, 1969-1979 0.8 Linear Feet — 51 Items

Feminist author. Collection contains printed materials, cassette tapes, and photographs related to the radical women's and lesbian separatist movement. Publication titles include "Absent from the Majority: working class women in America" and "Quest: a feminist quarterly." Recordings created at the Southern Women's Caucus, June 18, 1975.

Collection contains printed materials, cassette tapes, and photographs related to the radical women's and lesbian separatist movement. Publication titles include "Absent from the Majority: working class women in America" and "Quest: a feminist quarterly." Recordings created at the Southern Women's Caucus, June 18, 1975. Acquired as part of the Sallie Bingham Center for Women's History and Culture.

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Nestia V. Lloyd diaries, 1923-1925 0.2 Linear Feet — 3 volumes

Three annual diaries (1923-1925) kept by Nestia V. Lloyd, a young woman (b. 1902) living with her parents in London and Wales.

Collection consists of three bound diaries kept by Nestia V. Lloyd for the years 1923, 1924, and 1925. The early pages of the diaries include printed matter such as calendars, tips intended for women in the home (regarding cooking, cleaning, personal hygiene and health, fashion), London theaters (including Lloyd's notes about which shows she saw at which theaters), and notes. Lloyd used the diaries regularly and discussed her personal activities, gifts sent and received for various occasions, financial expenses and housekeeping, her work and schooling, her travels and activities through London and Wales, and family news.