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The collection documents Green's professional life as a birth control advocate.
For more information on Susie Daniel Kirtland Green and birth control in Tennessee see article “Class, Controversy, and Contraceptives: Birth Control Advocacy in Nashville, 1932-1944” by William B. Turner in Tennessee Historical Quarterly. Fall, 1994.
This collection contains a deconstructed binder containing clippings and correspondence related to women's athletics at Vanderbilt and Title IX in Tennessee dated 1976-1980. Also included is ephemera related to Peggy Layne's track career at Vanderbilt.
This collection contains photographs taken by Victoria Webb as the result of her involvement with the women’s liberation movement in Nashville during the 1970s and with the publication titled “Women’s Free Express”.
This is a small collection (0.42 linear feet) in two half size Hollinger boxes consisting primarily of papers written by women students in a history class taught by Professor Barbara Weinstein in Fall 1981 called Women at Vanderbilt. Altogether there are 13 research papers. This collection also includes a course syllabus and selected readings for the class, as well as newspaper articles relevant to the topics studied.
- Subject: Women’s rights X
- Women political activists 5
- Activists 4
- Political activists 4
- Civil rights--United States 3
- Nashville (Tenn.)--History 3
- Women in higher education 3
- Classes (Groups of students) 1
- Classical studies (Vanderbilt University) 1
- National Organization for Women 1
- Photographs 1
- Reproductive health 1
- Social movements 1
- Vanderbilt University 1
- Vanderbilt University--Alumni 1
- Vanderbilt University--Board of Trust 1
- Vanderbilt University--Faculty 1
- Vanderbilt University--History 1
- Vietnam War, 1961-1975 1
- Women's Health 1 ∧ less
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