People Files subseries, ca. 1970-1989 (bulk 1970-1979)

Scope and content:

The People Files Subseries, ca. 1970-1989 (chiefly 1970s), contains correspondence, clippings, notes, and other miscellaneous materials related to individuals and institutions with whom and which Chesler was in contact during this period. Much of the material in the series documents Chesler's personal and professional concerns following the publication of Women, Money and Power and prior to publication of About Men and With Child, with a particular emphasis on her relationships with other feminist writers and activists. The folders are arranged by last name, except for the small number where Chesler's original folder title referred to an institution. These files are interfiled within the established alphabetical order, maintaining Chesler's original order.

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Collection restrictions:

The Phyllis Chesler Papers contain sensitive information regarding persons other than Phyllis Chesler. Therefore, patrons who wish to use this collection must sign a research agreement, which may be obtained from any Special Collections reference staff person.

The collection also includes oral history interviews in the form of audio recordings and hardcopy transcripts that do not have release forms transferring intellectual property rights from interviewees or interviewers to researchers using this collection. Researchers are cautioned that the publication of information contained in these interviews may violate the legal rights of interviewees or interviewers. It is the sole responsibility of researchers to secure permission from interviewees or interviewers to publish quotes from either, and to ensure that information gained from research in this collection is not used in any way that violates rights remaining with interviewees, interviewers or their heirs.

Access note. Collection contains electronic records that may need to be reformatted. Access copies of electronic records require special equipment. Contact Research Services for access.

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