Nancy Hendrix Collection
Scope and Contents
Nancy Hendrix, a Vanderbilt alumna (Masters Degrees 1967 and 1973; PhD 1974), was active in the establishment and development of the Nashville women’s movement in the late 1960s and early 1970s.
Topics covered in the collection include articles and clipping on the national women’s movement as well as other socio-political issues of the time period including southern history issues and the Vietnam War. Of particular interest in this collection is a series of papers published under the Southern Students Organizing Committee (SSOC) umbrella. Titles include “The New Nonviolience,” “Deliberate Depopulation of Whole Areas: A Protest,” and “Contemporary Forms of Imperialism.”
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Conditions Governing Access
This collection may be viewed only in the reading room of Special Collections in the Jean and Alexander Heard Library. Collections should be requested 2-3 days prior to visiting in order to facilitate easier access. For questions or to request a collection, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
2.73 Linear Feet (6 Hollingers, 1 half Hollinger)
Special Collections & Archives
An addition to this collection was previously identified as MSS.0757. It has since been added to MSS.0206.
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