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Love, Barbara

 Person

Dates

  • Existence: 1941 (?)

Occupations: Feminist; Author; Editor; Journalist; Lesbian activist.

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Barbara Love interviewed by Kelly Anderson, March 6, 2008

 File — Box: 28
Scope and Contents In this oral history, Love reflects on her childhood and family of origin, her introduction to lesbian life and politics, and her activism in the 1970s. This interview pays particular attention to the National Organization for Women, the Houston conference in 1977, Radicalesbians, and her published writings. (Transcript 43 pp.)

Barbara Love research files regarding Feminists Who Changed America

 Collection
Identifier: SSC-MS-00664
Overview Barbara J. Love is a feminist activist and writer. Among other projects she founded the Pioneer Feminist Project, which resulted in publication of Feminists Who Changed America (2006), the first comprehensive directory to document many of the founders and leaders, including both well-known and grassroots organizers of the Second Wave Women's Movement.The collection includes administrative files for the project, as well as the biographical files pertaining to...

Isabel Miller papers

 Collection
Identifier: SSC-MS-00572
Overview Alma Routsong (pseudonym Isabel Miller) was born in 1924 in Traverse City, Michigan, the daughter of a nurse and a police officer. She was the author of nine books, many concerning lesbian feminist themes. The collection includes diaries, correspondence, research and manuscript materials, astrological charts of women, books by Miller (some in foreign languages); books from Miller's library; photographs; transparencies of Miller's family, friends and travels; memorabilia; artwork; and articles,...

Phyllis Birkby papers

 Collection
Identifier: SSC-MS-00283
Overview Architect; film maker; lesbian activist; feminist; founder, Women's School of Planning and Architecture; and professor. The Birkby papers include her own documentation of women's activities through various forms of documentation. Materials include films, photographs, journals, writings, and correspondence with several notable feminists.