Equal rights amendments -- United States
Found in 27 Collections and/or Records:
Contains newspaper articles on Romney and the ERA, photocopy of Church's pamphlet on the ERA, article on why Mormon women oppose the ERA, photocopies of correspondence from constituents and others on the ERA, photographs of Romney taking office, memos and other photos. Dated circa 1979-1981
Contains a pamphlet on the effects of the Equal Rights Amendment, newspaper articles and correspondence of Romney concerning his involvement with the Amendment, pamphlet from the Yale Law Journal on the Legality of Homosexual Marriage, booklet from the American Perspective Lecture Series, with a chapter by Romney, and other articles relating to the Points of Light Foundation, and speeches Romney gave. Dated circa 1969-1995.
Collection contains personal papers and documents as well as collected materials regarding women's issues, much of which is in relationship to Latter-day Saint values. Major topics include the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA), International Women's Year (IWY), teen pregnancy, abortion, and lesbianism. Also includes some personal family papers including correspondence, notes, and other material. Material dates from 1908 to 2013.
Contains correspondence and an Equal Rights Amendment book, dated from 1972 to 1978.
Contains the records of the Women's Research Institute regarding the general conditions of women. Records include information on child development and child care, the economic and legal status of women, resources available to women, information on the women's movement and the Equal Rights Amendments, women's health issues, including abortion, fertility, and depression, women's history, gender roles, and women and religion, 1973-1992.