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Guide to the Sally Roesch Wagner Papers, 1870-1992 (1968-1988)
MSS 2000/31  
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Description
This collection includes subject files, course materials, personal and business correspondence, newsletters and bulletins, publications and photographs. It focuses heavily on Sally Roesch Wagner's involvement with the Women's Studies Program at both Sacramento State College and Mankato State College. In addition, the papers include files on feminist movements, human sexuality, peace organizations and movements, the Chautaqua Association, and the history of the Native American and pioneer women of North Dakota.
Background
Sally Roesch Wagner was born on July 11, 1942 in Aberdeen, North Dakota. She received her bachelor's degree in Psychology and master's degree from California State University, Sacramento (CSUS). In 1978, Wagner was one of the first people in the United States to receive a doctorate degree in Women's Studies from the University of California, Santa Cruz. Wagner helped found the Women's Studies Program at CSUS and taught Women's Studies courses at the university during the 1970s to 1981. Wagner later moved to Minnesota, where she taught Women's Studies courses at Mankato State College from 1981 to 1985. In addition, she taught classes at Fresno State University and at a research affiliate of the University of California, Davis.
Extent
60.25 Linear feet (47 record cartons, 3 manuscript boxes)
Restrictions
Copyright is protected by the copyright law, Chapter 17 of the U.S. Code. Requests for permission to publish, quote, or reproduce from collections must be submitted in writing to the Head of the Department of Special Collections and University Archives. Permission for publication is given on the behalf of the Department of Special Collections and University Archives, The Library, California State University, Sacramento as the owner of the physical item and is not intended to include permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained by the researcher.
Availability
Collection is open for research. Some restrictions may apply.