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Overview

Biographical Note

Scope and Contents Note

Arrangement of the Collection

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Series 1: Clippings, 1962-2016

Series 2: Periodicals, 1861-2011

Series 3: Printed materials, 1922-2002 (bulk 1971-1975)

Series 4: Audiovisual materials, 1973-2005

Southern Methodist University

Virginia Whitehill clippings collection, 1861-2016



Overview

Creator: Whitehill, Virginia
Title: Virginia Whitehill clippings collection
Dates: 1861-2016
Abstract: Virginia Whitehill (1928-2018) was a civic activist and champion of women’s reproductive rights in Dallas, Texas. This collection comprises her collection of clippings, newspapers, magazines, books, printed materials, brochures, journal articles, pamphlets, professional publications, statements, as well as some audio/visual materials on topics related to women's rights issues.
Identification: MSS 0138, MSS 0138x
Quantity: 15 boxes, 2 oversize boxes (7.34 linear feet)
Language: Material is in English
Repository: DeGolyer Library, Southern Methodist University

Biographical Note

Virginia Bulkley Whitehill was born July 9, 1928 in New Rochelle, NY to Harold Frush Bulkley, an executive with Union Carbide, and Myrtle Bales Bulkley, a community activist and early suffragette. She grew up in Pelham Manor, New York, and was the first member of her family to attend college. In 1950 Virginia graduated from Mount Holyoke College with a bachelor’s degree in history. After her first marriage ended in 1957, Virginia moved home to her parents' house with her two young daughters, Patty and Margaret, and accepted a job at the Rockefeller Foundation. There she gained knowledge and experience of philanthropy and nonprofits. She married James F. Whitehill, a former acquaintance from high school, in 1960, and the couple moved to Dallas.

Upon her arrival to Dallas Virginia started volunteering as a clinic worker with Planned Parenthood. After giving a presentation on abortion to the Women’s Alliance of the Dallas Unitarian Church, she founded the Dallas Committee to Study Abortion in 1969. The group’s first meeting took place on February 11, 1970. On the agenda was discussion of Texas abortion law, Representative James Clark’s bill, and a review of the newly passed abortion legislation in New Mexico. Members spent the majority of the meeting debating the organization’s stance on abortion with part of the group in favor of reform and the other in favor of repeal. The latter faction won out. Members gave speeches, mailed out literature, lobbied in Austin, and organized a public forum.

While Virginia’s activist work centered heavily on women’s reproductive choice, she actively supported a number of other women’s rights and issues. Whitehill co-founded several women’s groups in Dallas including: the Dallas Women’s Coalition, Women’s Issues Network, Dallas Women’s Foundation, the Family Place, Women’s Issues Network, Dallas Summit, Dallas Women’s political caucus, Veteran Feminists of America (Dallas), and the Women’s Equity League.

Recognized as a leader in the women’s movement, Virginia’s civic and community work earned her a number of accolades including: Planned Parenthood’s Champion of Choice Award, the Women’s Center of Dallas Women Helping Women Maura Award, Texas Women of Courage Award from the Association of Women Journalists, and the Mount Holyoke College Distinguished Alumna award.

Virginia Whitehill died September 15, 2018 at the age of 90.

Sources:

  • Biographical, Box 1, Folder 2, Virginia Whitehill papers
  • Clippings and articles, Box 1, Folders 4-5, Virginia Whitehill papers
  • Faux, Marian. 1988. Roe v. Wade: the untold story of the landmark Supreme Court Decision that made abortion legal. New York: Mentor.
  • Garrow, David J. 1994. Liberty and sexuality: the right to privacy and the making of Roe v. Wade. New York: Macmillan.

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Scope and Contents Note

The Virginia Whitehill clippings collection comprises clippings from local, regional, and national newspapers and magazines on various women’s and children’s issues. The bulk of the collection centers on reproductive rights, abortion, and family planning. Also included in this collection are VHS tapes, audio cassettes, and books. The collection is useful for individuals interested in the portrayal of women and women’s issues in the media, and for those interested in the study of women’s reproductive rights issues. Books were separated from the collection and can be found by searching the online catalog with the search string “Part of the Virginia Whitehill collection.”

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Arrangement of the Collection

The collection is organized into 4 series:
Series 1: Clippings, 1962-2016
Series 2: Periodicals, 1861-2011
Series 3: Printed material, 1922-2002
Series 4: Audiovisual materials, 1973-2005

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Collection is open for research use.

Publication Rights:

Permission to publish materials must be obtained from the Director of the DeGolyer Library.

Copyright Statement:

It is the responsibility of the user to obtain copyright authorization.

Sensitive Material Statement:

Manuscript collections and archival records may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations. Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in this collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications for which DeGolyer Library assumes no responsibility.

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Index Terms

This collection is indexed under the following terms in the Southern Methodist University Libraries' online catalog. Researchers desiring related materials may search the catalog using these terms.
Subjects
Children's rights.
Women's rights.
Document Types
Clippings.
Audiocassettes.
Videocassettes.
Titles
Archives of Women of the Southwest.

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Related Material

Virginia Whitehill papers (MSS 0136), http://legacy.lib.utexas.edu/taro/smu/00355/smu-00355.html

Virginia Whitehill women's and children's rights collection (MSS 0137) http://legacy.lib.utexas.edu/taro/smu/00356/smu-00356.html

This is one of the collections in the Archives of Women of the Southwest.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Virginia Whitehill clippings collection, DeGolyer Library, Southern Methodist University.

Acquisition Information

Gift of Virginia Whitehill, 1991.

Processing Information

Collection originally accessioned as A1991.1771. Virginia Whitehill donated materials on an ongoing basis from 1991-2018. Additional material was added to the collection as it arrived, clippings were sorted into subject files, and the inventory updated. Samantha Dodd processed the collection and wrote the finding aid in 2019.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

Series 1: Clippings, 1962-2016
6 boxes

The first series consists of clippings from various newspapers and magazines arranged in folders alphabetically by subject, and thereunder chronologically.
Box Folder
1 1-14 Abortion, 1971-2016
Box Folder
2 1 African Americans-Civil rights, 1971, 1991-1995
2 African Americans-Civil rights, 2006-2009
3 Art, music, theater, 1976-2009
4 Books and authors, 1970-2009
5-7 Business and economy, 1986-2016
8 Cartoons and editorials, 1982-2010
9 Celebrities, 2008-2009
10 Child abuse, 1970-2009
11 Children, 1968-2009
12 Crime, 1970-2009
13 Crime-Polygamy raid, 2008
Box Folder
3 1-3 Dallas women, 1977-2009
4 Discrimination, racism, 1992-2008
5 Domestic violence, 1988-2009
6-8 Education, 1970-2009
9-11 Employment, 1969-2010
12 Environment, 1970-2009
13 Equal pay, 2014-2016
14 Equal rights amendment, 1981, 1994-1996
15-18 Family, 1970-2009
Box Folder
4 1 Feminism, 1976-2009
2 Gender, sexual identity, 1986-2010
3 Harassment, 1994-1996
4-9 Healthcare, medicine, 1970-2009
10 HIV, 1992-2009
11 History, 1980-1986, 2008
12-15 International issues, 1970-2009
16 Marriage, divorce, 1996-2009
17 Maxine cartoons [Marian Henley], 1996-2001
18 Media, 1976-2016
Box Folder
5 1 Military, 1995-2009
2-5 Notable women, 1975-2009
6 Obituaries, 1996-2016
7 Park Cities, 2006-2011
8 Philanthropy, charity, 1986-2016
9 Politicians, 1989-2016
10-11 Politics, 1976-2016
Box Folder
6 1 Population, 1970-2008
2 Promise Keepers, 1992-2000
3 Rape, 1989-2009
4 Rape [Gina Controneo], 1999-2005
5-7 Religion, 1970-2009
8 Sports, 1976-2016
9 Teens, 1970-2016
10 Women’s groups, 1986-2009
11 Women’s history [photocopies], 1911-1915
12-13 Women’s history, 1962-2009

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Series 2: Periodicals, 1861-2011
4 boxes, 2 oversize boxes

Publications found in this series include local/national magazines and newspapers arranged alphabetically by publication title.
Box Folder
7 1 Athena, 1990 winter-spring
Box Folder
16X 1 Athena, 1989-1990
Box Folder
7 2 The Atlantic, 2010 July-August
3 The Atlantic Monthly, 1995 September
4 Aware, 1997 Summer
5 The Bridge, 1969 December
Box Folder
16X 2 Business News DFW, 1995 March
Box Folder
7 6 Choices, 1985
7 Compassion and Choices Magazine, 2007-2008
8-9 Congressional Record, 1974-1975
10 Conscience, 2010
11 Conservative Digest, 1980 August
12 County Life Magazine, 1948 June
13 Daily Texas, 1975
14 Dallas Child, 2000 June
15 Dallas Commission on the Status of Women report, 1976
Box Folder
16X 3 Dallas Life Magazine, 1985-1994
4 Dallas Morning News, 1986-1993
Box Folder
7 16 Dallas Observer, 1985 May
17 Dallas Report, 1998 summer
18 Dance, 2006 fall
19 DFW Women’s Yellow Pages, undated
Box Folder
8 1-3 D Magazine, 1984-1985, 2006
4 Early Childhood, 1973 fall
5 End of Life Choices, 2003
6 Every Woman [Richland College], 1979-1981
7 Femina Generation W, 2001 July 1
Box Folder
16X 5 The Feminist’s Echo, 1972-1973
Box Folder
8 8 The Feminist Newsjournal, 2005
9 Free Inquiry, 1995 spring
10 Glamour, 2001 March
11 History Today, 1985 June
12 Kitty Genovese Women’s Project, 1977 March 8
13 Home Journal, 1999
Box Folder
16X 6 The Illustrated American, 1897 October 30
Box Folder
8 14 Lear’s, 1992 February
15 Legacies, 2001 fall
16 The Liberator, 1973 May
Box Folder
16X 7 Look, 1969 January 21
Box Folder
8 17 Megastar, 1989 January
18 Metroplex Women’s Yellow Pages, 1983-1984
19 Mother Lode, a Feminist paper, 1972 summer
20 Ms. Magazine, 1989 August
21 Ms. Magazine, 1995 May-June
Box Folder
9 1 Ms. Magazine, 2007 fall
2 National Business Woman, 1991 winter
3 National Geographic, 2006 February
4 The National Jurist, 1996 November-December
5 National Wildlife Magazine, 1970
6 New Dimensions the Psychology Behind the News, 1991 September-October
7 Newsweek, 1989, 1992
8 New Directions for Women, 1982-1983
Box Folder
16X 8 New York Times Magazine, 1998, 2000
Box Folder
9 9-10 New York Times Magazine, 2009-2011
11 New York Tribune, 1861 April 18
12 Notes (incomplete) Directory of Services: a Handy Pocket Guide to Dallas’ Agencies of Goodwill, undated
13 The Older Texan, 1985
14 Off Our Backs, a Women’s News journal, 1999 February-April
15 On Campus, 1996 March 21
16 Oprah Magazine, 2000 May-June
17 Princeton Alumni Weekly, 1993
18 Saturday Review, 1977 June 25
19 Siecus Report, 1972
20 Single Rose, a Resource for Single Mothers, 1998 March
21 Southwest Long-term Care Gerontology Center, undated
22 Teen Voices, 1995
1-4 Texas Monthly, 1975, 1986, 1992, 2003
Box Folder
10 5 Texas Woman, 1974, 1979
6 The Texas Woman’s News, 1990 March
Box Folder
16X 9 This Week Magazine, 1966 February 20
Box Folder
10 7 Time Magazine, 1990 fall
8 Time Magazine, 1992
9 Time Magazine, 2002, 2004
10 Time Magazine, 2009-2010
Box Folder
16X 10 Today’s Dallas Woman, 1995-1996
Box Folder
10 11 U.S. News and World Report, 1994 March 28
12 Wall Street Journal, 1986
13 Washington Monthly, 1989 April
14 Washington Post Magazine, 1979, 1989
15 West Cost Woman, 1997 April
Box
17X We, Texas [Women’s Enterprise], 1995-2007
Box Folder
16X 11 The Youth’s Companion, 1917-1920

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Series 3: Printed materials, 1922-2002 (bulk 1971-1975)
3 boxes

Material in this series comprises brochures, journal articles, pamphlets, professional publications, and assorted printed materials featuring stories on various women’s issues.
Box Folder
10 16 Abortion and Class Society ; Statement by YAWF Women on the abortion question, undated
17 “Abortion and Religion,” Rabbi Israel R. Margoles, 1965 February 24
18 Abortion and the Catholic Church: Two Feminists Defend Women’s Rights, Evelyn Reed and Claire Moriarty, 1973 March
19 Abortion, Christopher Tietze and Sarah Lewit, 1968-1969
20 “Abortion Dilemma,” by Alan Hibberd, Bette Uhmacher, 1969 April 18
21 Abortion Eve [comic book], 1973
22 “Abortion Facts,” Louis S. Parker Jr., Texas State Council Knights of Columbus, undated
23 Abortion fact sheet, undated
24 Abortion litigation summary, undated
25 Abortion: Public Issue, Private Discussion, Harriet F. Pipel, Ruth Jane Zuckerman, and Elizabeth Ogg, 1975 September
26 Access to Affordable Contraception: Report on World Progress Toward Population Stabilization, 1991
27 Advertisements and ephemera, 0000
28 “Alas Roe v. Wade We Knew Thee Well,” Doris Middleton, 1991
Box Folder
11 1 “An American Story,” Alison Cross, undated
2 The Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America, 1980 October
3 “Biennial report of the Governor’s Commission for Women [Texas]”, 1993-1995
4 Birth Control Handbook, Students’ Society of McGill University, 1970
5 Case for Humane Abortion, undated
6 Channeling Children, Sex Stereotyping on Primetime TV, 1975
7 Child Daycare in Texas, 1985
8 Citizens Hearings on Abortion, 1971 January 30
9 “Comments of personal belief declaration/On Birth Reduction Organizations”, 1974
10 Companionate Marriage, Judge Ben B. Linsey, 1927
11 Complaints and Disorders, the Sexual Politics of Sickness, 1973
12 Decade of Executive Women [study], 1993
13 “Division of Communication Report of the Abortion Study Committee", undated
14 Equal Rights for Women in Education: A Handbook of State Laws and Politics Affecting Equal Rights for Women in Education, 1975 March
15 Fascinating Womanhood or the Art of Attracting Men, 1922
16 “Female Infanticide in China: The Human Rights Specter and Thoughts Towards (an) Other Vision", 1992 Summer
17 Five Hundred Thousand Lost Lives, Sarah G. Epstein, 1995
18 “General Aspects on Abortion in Sweden,” Jan Otto-Ottosson, M.D., undated
19 “A Geneticists’ View of Abortion,” Jerome Lejeune, M.D., undated
20 “A Guide to Pregnancy Counseling,” Linda Larson, R.N., undated
21 Healthcare in the 21st Century: Who Will Be There to Care?, 1988 December
22 How and Why Not to Have a Baby, Dr. David B. Van Vleck, 1971
23 The How-Not-To Book: Julius Schmid’s Guide to Modern Birth Control Methods, 1971
24 “International Conference on Abortion, Summary of Legal Medical and Ethical Discussions", 1967 September 8
25 The Issue of Abortion, Bureau of Social Science Research, 1974 February
26 The Issues of Legalized Abortion, Roger Jognson, 1972 Spring
27 “Jesus was a Feminist", Leonard Swidler, undated
28 “Legal Abortion: A Psychiatrist’s Assessment,” by M. Sim, M.D. (Ed.), D.P.M., undated
29 “Legal Aspects of Adolescent Pregnancy,” by Carla W. Dowben, Peggy Bunch, undated
30-31 The Liberated Women’s Appointment Calendar, 1973-1974
Box Folder
12 1 “Patricia and Alice", undated
2 Poems, quotes, and notes, undated
3 Population and the America Future: A Response, 1972 April 13
4 Population Attitudes Study Commissioned by WNBC TV4, undated
5 “Population Straining the Limits” [reprinted from the Boston Globe], undated
6 President’s and Their Wives, Frederic J. Haskin, 1939
7 “Private Philanthropy: Vital and Innovative? Or Passive and Irrelevant?”, undated
8 Proceedings of the Lubbock Conference on Abortion, 1973 April 14
9 Psychiatric Opinion Regarding Abortion: Preliminary Report of a Survey, Ralph M. Crowley, M.D., and Robert W. Laidlaw, M.D., 1967 October
10 Quinacrine Sterilization, Non-surgical Permanent Birth Control for Women, 1995
11 “Quiz on Women,” Madeline Waller, 1971 July
12 New Birth Control Freedom for Women, Evan McLeod Wylie, 1970-1971
13 “The Right of the Fetus to be Born,” Robert F. Drinan S.J., undated
14 “A Scale of Values-an Essay on the Medical Indications for Therapeutic Abortion,” Kenneth J. Ryan, undated
15 Senate bills related to abortion laws, undated
16 Seneca Falls 1848: All Men and Women are Created Equal, Elizabeth C. Shultis, 1984
17 “Some Psychiatric Aspects of Induced Abortion,” Joseph C. Rheingold, M.D., PhD., undated
18 “Statement on Abortion,” Dr. Robert West, undated
19 “Statement on Abortion,” Reverend John Harris Burt, 1971 February 8
20 Excerpts from Public Statements of MD’s on the Suitability of Using Specialists for the Performance of Abortions, 1968-1972
21 State of Human Trafficking in Texas, undated
22 “A Study on Women Becoming Morally Developed,” Cecilia P. Perez, 1984 August 9
23 Suffragettes, London Museum, undated
24 Supreme Court Decision on Abortion, Robert E. Hall, M.D., 1973 February 27
25 “Texas State Department of Health, Divisions of Vital Statistics, and Maternal and Child Health, 1973 February 14
26 Themes and Highlights of the Final Report of the Commission on Population Growth and the American Future, 1972
27 Therapeutic Abortion and the Psychiatrist, Z. Alexander Aarons, M.D., 1967 December
28 “The Unknown Golden Age of Women Physicians,” Mary Roth Walsh, PhD., 1977 October 17
29 “Why Women Voted for Clinton,” Kay Cole, 1996
30 Witches, Midwives, and Nurses: A History of Women Healers, Barbara Ehrenreich, Deirdre English, 1973
31 “Women as a Business Imperative,” Felice N. Schwartz, 1992 March-April
32 Women in Italy, undated
33 “Women in Politics: Aspirations and Fulfillment,” Maureen Fielder, R.S.M., 1976 March 6
34 Women in Top and Middle Management Dallas, 1980
35 Women’s Health Portfolio, Johnson & Johnson, 1999
36 Women’s Rights National History Trail Feasibility Study, 2002
37 Women’s rights research, 1998
38 Women’s rights stationary [Notables], 1974-1976
39 Women’s rights stationary [Patricia T. Magginis], 1970-1972
40 Women’s rights stationary [Printing Solution], undated
41 Women’s rights stationary [Virginia Slims], undated
42 Women’s studies resources and bibliographies, 1970-2001

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Series 4: Audiovisual materials, 1973-2005
3 boxes

Audio/visual materials in this series consists of VHS tapes of meetings, award ceremonies, presentations, and audio cassette tapes of interviews, meetings, and conferences.
Box
13 The Teach Academy, The Dallas Institute, undated
Pearl Garza Fracchia on La Vida, Channel 8 WFAA-TV, 1995 January 15
Martha Tiller Reps. Dallas Summit, 1995
Women’s Suffrage Day, Old City Park-Dallas, 1995 summer
ELRA Rescission Hearing in Austin, TX, 1975
Table Talk-Kay Cole, Maura McNiel, Virginia Whitehill, Janie Choice [2 copies], 1993 May 6
Fiesta Oak Cliff, Cultural Studies 2370 Mountain View College [2 copies], 2004
Eleanor Roosevelt, Louise Raggio, undated
22nd Annual Women Helping Women Awards, undated
League of Women Voters: Celebrating 85 Years of Women’s Right to Vote, V. Whitehill, Suz. Gosslee, LT Lee, 2005
Rydman Dallas PP of Dallas and Northeast Texas “Continuing the Legacy”, 1996 January 15
Political Awareness club, the Hockaday School, Panel Discussions: Vivian Castleberry, Hermine Tobolowsky, and Virginia Whitehill, 1994 May 5
Half the People: Women Unite and Fight for Equality, 1999
Abortion for Survival, undated
One Woman, One Vote, 1996
Ginny Whitehill, Interview on Planned Parenthood of Dallas, 1995 December
Planned Parenthood Luncheon-Wyndham Anatole, Dallas, TX, speaker Ana Quindlan, 2001 January 23
Veteran Feminists of America, New York Armory dinner, 1998 April 25
Veteran Feminists of America awards ceremony, 1994 May 12
Veteran Feminists of America, Dallas chapter meeting, 1998 March 22
Veteran Feminists of America, Dallas chapter meeting, 1995 November 9
Veteran Feminists of America, Dallas chapter meeting, 1994 February 15
Veteran Feminists of America, Dallas chapter meeting, 1996 March 24
Tarrant County “Women’s Center”, undated
NARAL “Real Story” NAR 96-103, 1996 June 20
On the Record, Host: Sam Baker: topic: Balancing the budget…the TX Legislature, guests: Linda Campbell @ FWST; Kathy Hayes @SMU Assoc. Dean; Harvey Kronberg @Quorum Report; tape pieces: Open; McKnzie tape; Dr. Ahn piece; InBox w/Hawks & Doves &Feedback, 2003 April 4
Box
14 People’s Century for Sprague, Y6771 Y6768, undated
Women’s Center banquet, 1990
Women’s Center of Dallas 25th anniversary [2 copies], undated
Life Matters: The Story of an Illegal Abortionist, Kyle Boyd, 2002
Awards luncheon Veteran Feminists of America, The Sewall-Belmont House Washington, DC, 2000 April 28
Women’s Council Forum, “Riding Sidesaddle”, Cathy Bonner, Vivian Castleberry, 1999 April 22
Oxygen Media board presentation, revised stripe, 2001 February 16
100 Years of Passion, 2002 June 11
The Spirit of Women, 2002 November 14
Sylvanus Thayer Award presented to Barbara Jordon [2 copies], 1995 October 5
AAJA News Now student television project, Dallas, Texas, 2002 August 9
PBS home video The Story of Elizabeth Cay Stanton & Susan B. Anthony Not For Ourselves Alone, 1999 November 7
Just Doing What Had to Be Done Louise Ballerstedt Raggio, 2002
LBR Partial-Sandra Day O'Connor Award, Austin, Texas, 2004 May 14
Vet. Feminists of Am., 1994 February 15
Update Abortion Ginny, undated
"Dallas Living Legends...50 Years of Women's Issues in Dallas" featuring Louise Raggio, Virginia Whitehill, and Vivian Castleberry, 2004 March
17th Anniversary Roe Vs. Wade Greater Dallas Coalition for Reproductive Freedom, 1990 January 22
Greater Dallas Coalition for Reproductive Freedom, 1993 January 22
"Roe v. Wade" movie, Brokaw discuss, Abor for survival (Turner), 1989 July 20
Roe-GDCRF, 2004
Roe vs. Wade Emily Lyons at UTD, SMU event, GDCRF, 2000
Ann Richards Dem. Convention, Ann Richards memorial, TX courthouse PBS, Senate debate 1988-2006
Domestic violence (Cindy Dyer), 2000
Dreams of Equality a film by Cynthia Salzman Mondell and Allen Mondell for the Women's Rights National Historical Park, undated
"Baby Bound", 1986 October
Box
15 YWCA Mentors and Allies awards, 1997
ABC World News Tonight with Peter Jennings Relationship-Centered Child Care, 1997 January 23
NARAL dinner with Hillary Rodham Clinton, 2004 January 24
NCJW lunch, 1994 March 1
Planned Parenthood of Dallas and Northeast Texas "A Mother's Tear"-Becky Bell [three copies], undated
March Women's Lives Women's Rights Dallas, 1989 April 9
Old Fashioned Frozen Yogurt Social, WIN TARAL, Sarah Weddington, Linda Coffee Appreciation, 1990 July 14
American Lung Association "Dr. Suzanne Ahn" In Memoriam, 2003 July 14
Broadcast news, Momma prom, the train, magic and comedy hour, Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue, undated
"Domestic Violence: What the Courts do for Women" a program of Women's Council-produced by DCTV, Keynote speaker Cindy Dyer, undated
"Riding Sidesaddle: The Women's Museum" with Vivian Castleberry and Cathy Bonner, undated
Table Talk with Kay Cole, Janie Choice, Virginia Whitehill, Maura McNeil [VHS and DVD], 1993 May 6
Dreams of Equality a film by Cynthia Salzman Mondell and Allen Mondell, undated
Voters for Choice: Richards Ad, 1990
Voters for Choice "Winning with Choice", undated
Iron Jawed Angels Lead, Follow, or Get Out of the Way, 2004
The Pill [PBS Home Video], 2004
Domestic Violence/Rape.FloClark et.: Gail Griswold, Family Place, Sue James/rape, Caroline Corwill/domestic violence [audio cassette], undated
Childcare/Mondell/Scribner/Women’s Issues Congress: Irene Ramirez, Eddie Bernice Johnson, Annette Strauss, Madeline Carroll Sue [audio cassette], 1984 March 10
Women’s Issues Congress: Kate Rand Lloyd, working women [audio cassette], 1984 March 10
Gloria Steinem-Reaction panel, Women for Change [audio cassette], 1974 February 22
Karen Denard’s evening talk show, guest host K. Sherrod: women’s issues [audio cassette], 1993 August 20
Suzy Humphrey’s Life is what Happens to You while You’re Making Other plans [audio cassette], undated
Parmer campaign [audio cassette], 1990
KERA 90.1 Dallas/Fort worth/Denton the evening talk show w/Karen Denard, Planned Parenthood [audio cassette], 1989 February 9
International women’s News, WINGS [audio cassette], 1999
Summit meeting Joanne Stroud, PhD., “Power” [audio cassette], 1990 March 24
Summit-at Crow Farm, Dr. Barbara Reagan, Gail Thomas, others [audio cassette], 1989 September 23
University Ministries at Texas Tech University [audio cassette], 1973
Tina Mion Ladies First, The Vision of Clara Barton [DVD], undated
Seneca Falls with Virginia Whitehill KERA 90.1 [audio cassette, 2 copies], 1998 July 19
Seneca Falls radio show [audio cassette], undated
From Seneca Falls to Ally McBeal: 150 Years of Women's Rights KERA 90.1 [audio cassette], 1999 March
Abortion radio spot-Parmer Campaign [audio cassette], undated
Karen Denard's Evening Talk Show: "Women's Center" [audio cassette], 1991 April 2
Karen Denard's Evening Talk Show: "Dr. James M. Burns, Women in Politics" [audio cassette], 1993 June 1
Women's History Month Series, Reporter: Suzanne Sprague KERA 90.1 [audio cassette], 1998 March 23-27
Interview of Virginia Whitehill with Suzanne Sprague [audio cassette], 1998 March 9
Women's Museum Architecture, Reporter: Suzanne Sprague [audio cassette], 1999 March 11
Women's Museum Opening, Reporter: Suzanne Sprague [audio cassette], 2000 September 28-29
Diane Rehm Roddick Body Shop [audio cassette], 2001 January 29
On the Firing Line with a Civic Activist with Extraordinaire-Virginia Whitehill [audio cassette, 2 copies], 1999 November 2
Annette Calls Ginny [audio cassette], 1997 October 29
Women's Credit Union Anniversary, Reporter: Suzanne Sprague [audio cassette], 1999 August 19
Virginia Whitehill Dallas Women's Foundation Board Retreat [audio cassette], 2002 February 22
Forum I, II [audio cassette], undated
Dallas Women's Foundation First Ladies of Dallas [audio cassette, 2 copies], 1998 April 18
Program held at the Dallas Museum of Art. Panelists include: Vivian Castleberry, Yvonne Ewell, Louise Raggio, Gloria de la Cruz, Harryette Ehrhardt, Virginia Whitehill; moderator was Rene Syler.

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