Maryjean Suelzle's Collection of National Organization for Women (NOW), Berkeley Chapter Files contains correspondence, bylaws,
organization information, meeting materials, conference and workshop materials, speeches, papers, notes, newsletters, brochures,
flyers, posters, articles, and newsclippings. The collection includes conference papers from "Women: Breaking the Shackles"
compiled by Suelzle in preparation for publication.
Maryjean Suelzle was a founding member and first President of National Organization for Women, Berkeley Chapter from November
1969 to January 1971 and also served as National Board Member in 1972. She gave presentations and speeches on women's rights,
participated in related professional activities, and wrote articles for the Berkeley NOW newsletter. Suelzle attended the
University of California, Berkeley as a candidate in the Department of Sociology. She was also known as Marijean Suelzle.The National Organization for Women (NOW) is the largest organization of feminist activists in the United States. NOW has
500,000 contributing members and 550 chapters in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
Number of containers: 3 cartons, 1 oversize folder
Linear feet: 3.95
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