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The Presidential Historical materials of Barbara Franklin are in the custody of the National Archives and Records Administration under the provisions of Title I of the Presidential Recordings and Materials Preservation Act of 1974 (P.L. 93-526, 88 Stat. 1695) and implementing regulations. In accordance with the Act and agency regulations, archivists reviewed the file group to identify personal and private materials and non-historical items. These items have been returned.

Materials covered by the Act have been archivally processed and are described in this register. Items that are security classified or otherwise restricted under the Act and regulations have been removed and placed in a closed file. A Document Withdrawal Record (GSA Form 7279) with a description of each restricted document has been inserted at the beginning of each folder from which materials have been removed. A Document Control Record marks the original position of the withdrawn item.

Employees of the National Archives will review periodically the unclassified portions of closed materials for the purpose of opening those which no longer require restriction. Certain classified documents may be declassified under authority of Executive Order 13526 in response to a Mandatory Review Request (NA Form 14020) submitted by the researcher.
  • Linear feet of materials:  15 linear feet, 9 linear inches
  • Number of boxes:  36
  • Approximate number of pages:  28,800

Biographical Note

Barbara Hackman Franklin was born March 19, 1940 in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.  She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Pennsylvania State University in 1962.  In 1964, she was graduated from the Harvard Business School with a degree in Business Administration – one of the first women to do so.  Following Harvard Business School, she was a manager of environmental analysis for the Singer Company and later served as an assistant vice president at the First National City Bank, now Citibank.

Franklin entered government service in 1971 as a Staff Assistant to the President in the White House Personnel Office.  Working under former Harvard Business School classmate, Fred Malek, Franklin directed the first program in charge of recruiting women for high-level federal government positions.  In what was originally to be a six month leave of absence from First National City Bank, Franklin served in this capacity until 1973.  During her tenure, she succeeded in tripling the number of women hired to government positions. Franklin was appointed to the newly created U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission in 1973.  She assisted in coordinating the federal government’s work to control carcinogens and toxic materials, advocated a cost-benefit analysis as part of the regulatory process, and worked on child safety issues.  She became the vice-chair of the Commission her first year and continued to serve at this level until 1978 under President Jimmy Carter.  She served four terms on the Advisory Committee for Trade Policy and Negotiations, by appointments of Presidents Ronald Reagan and George H. W. Bush and as Alternate Representative to the 44th United Nations General Assembly by appointment of President George H. W. Bush.  President Bush also appointed her the 29th United States Secretary of Commerce; a post which she served from 1992-1993.  Her open-market initiatives increased American exports in China, Russia, Japan, and Mexico.  She traveled to China in 1992 to normalize commercial relations with the country and remove a ban on ministerial contact – one of the sanctions the United States had imposed following the events in Tiananmen Square in 1989.  Franklin has served five U.S. Presidents and, in 2006, received the Woodrow Wilson Award for Public Service.   

Franklin returned to the private sector served as President and CEO of Franklin Associates, a management consulting firm, from 1984-1992.  She now is President and CEO of Barbara Franklin Enterprises, a private international consulting firm headquartered in Washington, DC. She is an advocate for, and adviser to, American companies doing business in international markets, notably China, and is an expert on corporate governance, auditing, and financial reporting practices.  Over the years, she has served on the board of directors of numerous public companies, councils, committees, and foundations.  Franklin is a regular commentator on the PBS Nightly Business Report.  Her involvement in “A Few Good Women” oral history project at Penn State University Libraries culminated in Lee Stout’s, A Matter of Simple Justice: The Untold Story of Barbara Franklin (2012).   

Scope and Content Note

The Barbara Franklin file group totals 15 linear feet (18 cubic feet) of materials which document the activities of Barbara Franklin and her staff from 1971 to 1973.  Franklin, who served as a Staff Assistant to the President in the White House Personnel Office, was charged with increasing the number of women in high level government positions.  The files illustrate Franklin’s work to recruit qualified women and the efforts to promote the Nixon administration’s policy on women. 

The organizational structure and the original order of the materials could not be determined when processing began.  A new arrangement was created resulting in seven series. These series are the Administrative Files; the Chronological Files; the Alphabetical Names Files; the File Card Index; the Subject Files; the Judy Cole’s Scheduling and Delegate Binders; and Publications. (The arrangement loosely follows a file guide found when processing; this guide is located in Box 20.)  These series are comprised of memoranda; letters; press releases; resumes; executive data sheets; and personal qualifications statements, among others.  The files contain a large number of duplicates, which can be found throughout the various series. 

To gain a more complete understanding of the responsibilities of Barbara Franklin and the larger role she played for women in government, one should view this collection in conjunction with two oral histories conducted for the Richard Nixon Oral History Project.  The White House Special Files and White House Central Files, Staff Member and Office Files of Fred Malek also may be helpful for information relating to the White House Personnel Office.  One could also view the “A Few Good Women” oral history project at Penn State University Libraries, which culminated in Lee Stout’s A Matter of Simple Justice: The Untold Story of Barbara Franklin (2012).

Series Description

Boxes:   1-2
Series:   Administrative Files | Folder Title List
Spans:   1971 - 1973
Description:  The Administrative File series predominately contains memoranda and correspondence between Barbara Franklin and various White House staff members.  This is series loosely arranged in several segments: Malek Memoranda; Memos to White House Staff Members; White House Administrative Memos; Internal Barbara Hackman Franklin Memos; External Barbara Hackman Franklin Memos; Action Memos – Responses To; and John Clarke Memos.  Primary correspondents include Fred Malek, Jerry Jones, Judy Kauffman, Judy Cole, and Anne Armstrong.  Topics include major accomplishments of the program; agency action plans; and issues of concern to women voters.  These files also deal with routine administrative matters, such as office space, staffing, and mess privileges.

Boxes:   2-4
Series:   Chronological Files | Folder Title List
Spans:   1971 - 1972
Description:  The Chronological Files series contains carbon copies of memoranda and correspondence between Franklin, members of the administration, and the public.  Primary correspondents include Fred Malek, Stan Anderson, Pen James, Don Rumsfeld, and Bill Marumoto.  These files contain information relative to meetings with agency heads regarding employment targets and action plans; speaking schedules to promote Franklin’s work; and publicity for important placements.  This series also contains thank you letters from Franklin to those expressing an interest in Franklin’s charge to place more women in government work and those recommending an individual to her attention.  Franklin also responded to individuals expressing an interest in Nixon’s stance and commitment to women’s rights.

There are several duplicates within the files themselves, as well as the Administrative Files series.  The attachments alluded to in these documents cannot be found in these files.  The files are arranged chronologically. 

Boxes:   5-9
Series:   Alphabetical Name Files | Folder Title List
Spans:   1971 - 1972
Description:  The Alphabetical Name Files series contains information relative to qualified women considered for, hired, or appointed to positions within agencies, boards, or commissions.  Information related to prominent hires included in this file series include Virginia Allan, Romana A. Banuelos, Virginia Knauer, Dr. Dixy Lee Ray, and Jayne Spain.  Materials include resumes, biographies, executive data sheets, personal qualification statements, press releases, and newsclippings.  Also included in this series are various resumes and background information for qualified minority males.  Arranged alphabetically by surname.

Boxes:   10
Series:   File Card Index | Folder Title List
Spans:   1971 - 1973
Description:  The File Card Index series is comprised of 3 x 5 index cards used to track data for individuals who have submitted resumes or similar documentation for consideration.  The cards list names, addresses, the sponsor, rating, comments (often used to list political affiliation), and the disposition of the file.  The file could be sent to the talent bank, central files, or the Civil Service Commission for their review.  Arranged alphabetically by surname.

Boxes:   11-31
Series:   Subject Files | Folder Title List
Spans:   1971 - 1973
Description:  The Subject Files series contain materials on a broad collection of topics.  A majority of these materials pertain to Franklin’s task of increasing qualified women in top level government positions.  The files document the accumulation of sources; the formulation of a talent bank; working with agencies to develop action plans; and working to identify, as well as anticipate, potential job openings.  The materials also illustrate Franklin’s work to bring women’s issues to the forefront, particularly in the 1972 election.  Topics of this nature include the Equal Rights Amendment, statistics and polls regarding women voters and issues of concern, naming a woman to the Supreme Court, and involvement of women at the Republican National Convention.  Franklin’s work to publicize the accomplishments of the administration in its commitment to women also is represented in this series.  This series is unarranged.

Boxes:   32-34
Series:   Judy Cole’s Scheduling and Delegate Binders | Folder Title List
Spans:   1972
Description:  This file series is comprised of two sets of files.  The first are materials related to the speaking schedules by prominent women in the Nixon administration.  The bulk of the schedules dated from August to November 1972 and keep track of where the individuals are speaking and to what audience.  Speakers include Catherine May Bedell, Sallyanne Payton, and Marina Whitman.  These files are organized chronologically by date of speaking arrangement, alphabetically by state, and also alphabetically by the speaker’s surname.

The second set of files were binders maintained by Franklin staff member, Judy Cole. The files contain information sheets on alternate delegates to the Republican National Convention, as well as delegate biographies.  The Alternate Delegate files are arranged alphabetically by state.  The two sets of Delegate Biographies are organized alphabetically by state. 

Boxes:   35-36
Series:   Publications | Folder Title List
Spans:   1968 - 1973
Description:   The Publications series contains various publications found in Franklin’s office files. Titles include “Women in Public Service” and “Study of Employment of Women in the Federal Government.” The series is arranged alphabetically by title of publication or report.

Folder Title List

Series I: Administrative Files

Malek Memoranda [1 of 6]
Malek Memoranda [2 of 6]
Malek Memoranda [3 of 6]
Malek Memoranda [4 of 6]
Malek Memoranda [5 of 6]
Malek Memoranda [6 of 6]
Memos to WH Staff Members [1 of 10]
Memos to WH Staff Members [2 of 10]
Memos to WH Staff Members [3 of 10]
Memos to WH Staff Members [4 of 10]
Memos to WH Staff Members [5 of 10]
Memos to WH Staff Members [6 of 10]
Memos to WH Staff Members [7 of 10]
Memos to WH Staff Members [8 of 10]
Memos to WH Staff Members [9 of 10]
Memos to WH Staff Members [10 of 10]
WH Administrative Memos

Box 2

Internal BHF Memos [1 of 6]
Internal BHF Memos [2 of 6]
Internal BHF Memos [3 of 6]
Internal BHF Memos [4 of 6]
Internal BHF Memos [5 of 6]
Internal BHF Memos [6 of 6]
External BHF Memos
Action Memos- Response To
John Clarke Memos

Series II: Chronological File

Box 2

April 1971
May 1971 [1 of 2]
May 1971 [2 of 2]
June 1971 [1 of 4]
June 1971 [2 of 4]
June 1971 [3 of 4]
June 1971 [4 of 4]
July 1971 [1 of 3]
July 1971 [2 of 3]
July 1971 [3 of 3]

Box 3

August 1971 [1 of 6]
August 1971 [2 of 6]
August 1971 [3 of 6]
August 1971 [4 of 6]
August 1971 [5 of 6]
August 1971 [6 of 6]
September 1971 [1 of 5]
September 1971 [2 of 5]
September 1971 [3 of 5]
September 1971 [4 of 5]
September 1971 [5 of 5]
October 1971 [1 of 7]
October 1971 [2 of 7]
October 1971 [3 of 7]
October 1971 [4 of 7]
October 1971 [5 of 7]
October 1971 [6 of 7]
October 1971 [7 of 7]
November 1971 [1 of 6]
November 1971 [2 of 6]

Box 4

November 1971 [3 of 6]
November 1971 [4 of 6]
November 1971 [5 of 6]
November 1971 [6 of 6]
December 1971 [1 of 4]
December 1971 [2 of 4]
December 1971 [3 of 4]
December 1971 [4 of 4]
Correspondence [1 of 4]
Correspondence [2 of 4]
Correspondence [3 of 4]
Correspondence [4 of 4]
January 1972

Series III: Alphabetical Name Files

Box 5

RNC Reception to Honor Women Appointees – June 15
Board & Commissions [1 of 3]
Board & Commissions [2 of 3]
Board & Commissions [3 of 3]
Appointee Lists by Department/Agency
Allan, Virginia R. [1 of 3]
Allan, Virginia R. [2 of 3]
Allan, Virginia R. [3 of 3]
Armstrong, Anne
Atkinson, Emly
Bacon, Ruth [1of 2]
Bacon, Ruth [2 of 2]
Bacon, Sylvia
Banning, Nancy Otto
Mrs. Romana A. Banuelos (Biography) [1 of 3]
Mrs. Romana A. Banuelos (Biography) [2 of 3]
Mrs. Romana A. Banuelos (Biography) [3 of 3]
Bedell, Catherine May
Benas, Rose A.
Bentley, Helen Delich
Brooks, Mary
Virginia Mae Brown
Carol Buchanan

Box 6

Burgees, Isabel A.
Coleman, Barbara
Dillon, Betty C. [1 of 2]
Dillon, Betty C. [2 of 2]
Evelyn, Eppley [1 of 2]
Evelyn, Eppley [2 of 2]
Barbara Hackman Franklin
Gaynor, Margaret [1 of 3]
Gaynor, Margaret [2 of 3]
Gaynor, Margaret [3 of 3]
Fanucchi, Rose M.
Goss, Adele H.
Guthrie, Joyce B.
Hall, Cynthia Holcolm
Hanford, Mary Elizabeth
Hicks, Florence Johnson
Hirschberg, Vera [1 of 2]
Hirschberg, Vera [2 of 2]
Hitt, Patricia Reilly
Holm, Genl. Jeanne
Johnson, Janice M.
Keller, Vikki
Khorovi, Carol
Knauer, Virgina H. [1 of 3]
Knauer, Virgina H. [2 of 3]

Box 7

Knauer, Virgina H. [3 of 3]
Koontz, Elizabeth D.
Kyle, Shirley M. [1 of 2]
Kyle, Shirley M. [2 of 2]
Low, Jacquelyn [1 of 3]
Low, Jacquelyn [2 of 3]
Low, Jacquelyn [3 of 3]
Ludden, Barbara
Luhrs, Caro E.
Many, Katharine
Mazon, Rosemary A.
Mlay, Marian
Neilson, Mary McColl [1 of 2]
Neilson, Mary McColl [2 of 2]
Newman, Constance E. [1 of 2]
Newman, Constance E. [2 of 2]
Olmsead, Mary S.
Payton, Sallyanne
Raulinaitis, Valerija B.
Ray, Dixy (Dr.) [1 of 2]
Ray, Dixy (Dr.) [2 of 2]

Box 8

Reid, Betty Granger
Reid, Charlotte T.
Rodgers, Gladys
Sheldon, Georgiana H. [1 of 2]
Sheldon, Georgiana H. [2 of 2]
Spian, Jayne [1 of 2]
Spain, Jayne [2 of 2]
Spencer, Dr. Jean
Steorts, Nancy H. – Mid (12-15)
Stuart, Constance
Paula Tennant
Thomson, Joan Schurch
Toote, Gloria E. [1 of 2]
Toote, Gloria E. [2 of 2]
Twyman, Margaret Gessner
Uccello, Antonina
Walsh, Ethel Bent [1 of 4]
Walsh, Ethel Bent [2 of 4]
Walsh, Ethel Bent [3 of 4]
Walsh, Ethel Bent [4 of 4]
Barbara Watson
Watson, Mrs. Ruth E.
Westervelt, Esther Manning, Director, Women’s Affairs, HEW
Whitman, Marina von Neumann
Willard, Beatrice Elisabeth (AEC)

Box 9

Walker, LeRoy T.
Walker, William L. (Sonny)
Washington, Melvin J.
Washington, William J., Jr. (M.D.)
Watts, Dr. Charles D.
White, Milton Jones
White, William A.
Williams, Frank E.
Williams, James Emuel
Williams, Richard T. [1 of 3]
Williams, Richard T. [2 of 3]
Williams, Richard T. [3 of 3]
Williams, Wesley G.
Willis, A. LeRoy
Willis, Claude
Trent, James Monroe
Turner, Andrew J.
Vandergraff, John
Veazey, Carlton W.

Series IV: File Card Index

Box 10

Series V: Subject Files

Box 11

Abortion
Accomplishments – Progress Reports
Action Plans [1 of 8]
Action Plans [2 of 8]
Action Plans [3 of 8]
Action Plans [4 of 8]
Action Plans [5 of 8]
Action Plans [6 of 8]
Action Plans [7 of 8]
Action Plans [8 of 8]
Advisory Committee on Economic Role of Women, Sep 21- Econ [1 of 12]
Advisory Committee on Economic Role of Women, Sep 21- Econ [2 of 12]
Advisory Committee on Economic Role of Women, Sep 21- Econ [3 of 12]
Advisory Committee on Economic Role of Women, Sep 21- Econ [4 of 12]
Advisory Committee on Economic Role of Women, Sep 21- Econ [5 of 12]
Advisory Committee on Economic Role of Women, Sep 21- Econ [6 of 12]
Advisory Committee on Economic Role of Women, Sep 21- Econ [7 of 12]
Advisory Committee on Economic Role of Women, Sep 21- Econ [8 of 12]
Advisory Committee on Economic Role of Women, Sep 21- Econ [9 of 12]

Box 12

Advisory Committee on Economic Role of Women, Sep 21- Econ [10 of 12]
Advisory Committee on Economic Role of Women, Sep 21- Econ [11 of 12]
Advisory Committee on Economic Role of Women, Sep 21- Econ [12 of 12]
Agriculture Department
Child Care [1 of 3]
Child Care [2 of 3]
Child Care [3 of 3]
Commission on Civil Rights
Commission on Civil Rights – Geraldine V. Clark
Civil Service Commission
Citizen’s Advisory Council [1 of 4]
Citizen’s Advisory Council [2 of 4]
Citizen’s Advisory Council [3 of 4]
Citizen’s Advisory Council [4 of 4]
Computer
Credit – Women
Day Care
Drugs
Economy [1 of 2]
Economy [2 of 2]
Education [1 of 3]
Education [2 of 3]
Education [3 of 3]
Julie Eisenhower

Box 13

Equal Rights Amendment – Women’s Equality Act
Equal Rights Amendment – Era Jubilee [1 of 2]
Equal Rights Amendment – Era Jubilee [2 of 2]
Equal Rights Amendment [1 of 11]
Equal Rights Amendment [2 of 11]
Equal Rights Amendment [3 of 11]
Equal Rights Amendment [4 of 11]
Equal Rights Amendment [5 of 11]
Equal Rights Amendment [6 of 11]
Equal Rights Amendment [7 of 11]
Equal Rights Amendment [8 of 11]
Equal Rights Amendment [9 of 11]
Equal Rights Amendment [10 of 11]
Equal Rights Amendment [11 of 11]
Figures [1 of 3]
Figures [2 of 3]
Figures [3 of 3]
[Figures] – Reporting System (Appointees) JAC – 5/15/72
Foreign Affairs [1 of 3]
Foreign Affairs [2 of 3]
Foreign Affairs [3 of 3]

Box 14

Foreign Affairs – Vietnam War
Cynthia Holcomb Hall
Hoopes Memos on Meetings with President
Issues of Concern to Women
Judy Cole
Judy Kaufman [1 of 2]
Judy Kaufman [2 of 2]
Ladies Home Journal – Women of the Year Awards [1 of 2]
Ladies Home Journal – Women of the Year Awards [2 of 2]
Senator Louise Leonard
Key Facts on Women [1 of 2]
Key Facts on Women [2 of 2]
The Lockwood Group
Helene Melzer
Mailing Lists
Messages Re: Women
Meetings – BHF
Miscellaneous [1 of 7]
Miscellaneous [2 of 7]
Miscellaneous [3 of 7]
Miscellaneous [4 of 7]

Box 15

Miscellaneous [5 of 7]
Miscellaneous [6 of 7]
Miscellaneous [7 of 7]
Betty Murphy
Nat’l Organization for Women – NOW [1 of 2]
Nat’l Organization for Women – NOW [2 of 2]
Nat’l Women’s Political Caucus [1 of 2]
Nat’l Women’s Political Caucus [2 of 2]
Newspaper Clippings [1 of 3]
Newspaper Clippings [2 of 3]
Newspaper Clippings [3 of 3]
New York Times
Platform – Hearings, Etc. [1 of 3]
Platform – Hearings, Etc. [2 of 3]
Platform – Hearings, Etc. [3 of 3]
Polling Information – Women [1 of 4]
Polling Information – Women [2 of 4]
Polling Information – Women [3 of 4]

Box 16

Polling Information – Women [4 of 4]
Press (Media) Lists [1 of 2]
Press (Media) Lists [2 of 2]
Search Suggestions [1 of 3]
Search Suggestions [2 of 3]
Search Suggestions [3 of 3]
Signature Requests
Schedule Proposals [1 of 3]
Schedule Proposals [2 of 3]
Schedule Proposals [3 of 3]
Schedule Proposals – Pre-Convention Events [1 of 5]
Schedule Proposals – Pre-Convention Events [2 of 5]
Schedule Proposals – Pre-Convention Events [3 of 5]
Schedule Proposals – Pre-Convention Events [4 of 5]
Schedule Proposals – Pre-Convention Events [5 of 5]
Sources
Speaker’s Kit, 1972 [1 of 2]
Speaker’s Kit, 1972 [2 of 2]

Box 17

State of the Union – Women 1972 [1 of 2]
State of the Union – Women 1972 [2 of 2]
State Department Women
Pres.’s State of Union Message – Feb. 22 – Economy [1 of 2]
Pres.’s State of Union Message – Feb. 22 – Economy [2 of 2]
Supreme Court
Reactivation of Interdepartmental Committee on Status of Women
White House Fellows [1 of 3]
White House Fellows [2 of 3]
White House Fellows [3 of 3]
Women Appointees [1 of 11]
Women Appointees [2 of 11]
Women Appointees [3 of 11]
Women Appointees [4 of 11]
Women Appointees [5 of 11]
Women Appointees [6 of 11]
Women Appointees [7 of 11]
Women Appointees [8 of 11]
Women Appointees [9 of 11]

Box 18

Women Appointees [10 of 11]
Women Appointees [11 of 11]
[Women in Public Service]
[Women in Public Service]
Women Appointees’ Meetings [1 of 3]
Women Appointees’ Meetings [2 of 3]
Women Appointees’ Meetings [3 of 3]
Women – Statistics – General [1 of 12]
Women – Statistics – General [2 of 12]
Women – Statistics – General [3 of 12]
Women – Statistics – General [4 of 12]
Women – Statistics – General [5 of 12]

Box 19

Women – Statistics – General [6 of 12]
Women – Statistics – General [7 of 12]
Women – Statistics – General [8 of 12]
Women – Statistics – General [9 of 12]
Women – Statistics – General [10 of 12]
Women – Statistics – General [11 of 12]
Women – Statistics – General [12 of 12]
 “Women in Action”
“Women Today” [1 of 2]
“Women Today” [2 of 2]

Box 20

File Guide
[Handbook-Management of Non-Career Personnel]
[Memorandum for the Heads of Executive Departments and Agencies]
Department Targets
Action [1 of 2]
Action [2 of 2]
Agriculture [1 of 2]
Agriculture [2 of 2]
Aid
CEQ
Civil Service [1 of 2]
Civil Service [2 of 2]
Commerce
Defense
DOT
EEOC
EPA
Eximbank
FCC
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Federal Maritime Commission
FMCS
FTC
GSA
HEW
HUD
Internal Revenue Service
Interior
Justice
Labor [1 of 3]
Labor [2 of 3]
Labor [3 of 3]

Box 21

NASA
NCUA
NLRB
National Endowment for the Arts
NSF
National Transportation Safety Board
OEO
OEP
OPIC
PO
SBA [1 of 2]
SBA [2 of 2]
SBA Advisory Council Appointments [1 of 3]
SBA Advisory Council Appointments [2 of 3]
SBA Advisory Council Appointments [3 of 3]
SEC
Selective Service
Smithsonian Institution
State [1 of 2]
State [2 of 2]
Treasury
USIA
VA
UN Commission on Status of Women
Women’s Bureau
Search – Federal Reserve Bd., Regional Boards, Federal Reserve [1 of 2]
Search – Federal Reserve Bd., Regional Boards, Federal Reserve [2 of 2]
Searches
General Counsel, HEW
Executive Secretary (HEW) GS-16, 3/22/73-
Board of Foreign Scholarship
Deputy Attorney General
Chairman, Securities and Exchange Comm.

Box 22

Director, Office of Child Development
Chairman, Civil Aeronautics Board
Director, Action
General Counsel, Federal Railroad Adm.
Director, Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife
OEO Director
Administrative Conference of the United States
Office of National Narcotics Intelligence, Department of Justice
Deputy (Office of Women’s Rights and Responsibilities (Dept. of Labor)
Director, Federal Women’s Program (HEW)
Secretary of Commerce
Delegate, U.N. Commission on the Status of Women
Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission
Inter-American Human Rights Commission – Inter-American Human Rights Commission
Material We Gave John Clarke on Minorities [1 of 2]
Material We Gave John Clarke on Minorities [2 of 2]
UN Seminar on Status of Women and Family Planning
Price Commission
Women Scientists
Commission on Executive, Legislative, and Judicial Salaries
Federal Home Loan and Bank Board
Director, Division Biologics Standard
President’s Advisory Council on Management Improvement
Cabinet Committee for International Narcotics Control
ICC
Board of Regents, Uniformed Services, U. of the Health Scien.
List 1 [1 of 3]
List 1 [2 of 3]
List 1 [3 of 3]
List 2 [1 of 3]
List 2 [2 of 3]

Box 23

List 2 [3 of 3]
List 3
List 4
Candidates – To Be Placed [1 of 4]
Candidates – To Be Placed [2 of 4]
Candidates – To Be Placed [3 of 4]
Candidates – To Be Placed [4 of 4]
Candidates – Referred [1 of 4]
Candidates – Referred [2 of 4]
Candidates – Referred [3 of 4]
Candidates – Referred [4 of 4]
Searches – Department [1 of 2]
Searches – Department [2 of 2]
Searches – General
Amtrak
Commerce
Interior Serach
Labor
Treasury
Teacher Corps

Box 24

Action (Search) [1 of 3]
Action (Search) [2 of 3]
Action (Search) [3 of 3]
Cost of Living Council, Pay Board/Price Commission
State Department – Search [1 of 2]
State Department – Search [2 of 2]
Dan Kingsley
Searches -- Women’s Affairs
Searches -- Personnel
Chief of Protocol
Trip Itineraries
Sources
Economists
DeGeorge, Lucille
Old Schedules [1 of 5]
Old Schedules [2 of 5]
Old Schedules [3 of 5]
Old Schedules [4 of 5]
Old Schedules [5 of 5]

Box 25

Spokesperson-Allan, Virginia
Banuelos, Romana [1 of 2]
Banuelos, Romana [2 of 2]
I Spokesperson – Bedell, Catherine May
I Spokesperson – Bentley, Helen D. [1 of 6]
I Spokesperson – Bentley, Helen D. [2 of 6]
I Spokesperson – Bentley, Helen D. [3 of 6]
I Spokesperson – Bentley, Helen D. [4 of 6]
I Spokesperson – Bentley, Helen D. [5 of 6]
I Spokesperson – Bentley, Helen D. [6 of 6]
III Spokesperson – Brooks, Mary
II Spokesperson – Burgees, Isabel
II Spokesperson-Burns, Barbara [empty]
II Spokesperson – Eppley, Evelyn [1 of 3]
II Spokesperson – Eppley, Evelyn [2 of 3]
II Spokesperson – Eppley, Evelyn [3 of 3]
Barbara Franklin
II Spokesperson – Gaynor, Margaret
Spokesperson – Gutwillig, Jackie
II Spokesperson – Hanford, Elizabeth
III Spokesperson – Hanks, Nancy
Spokesperson – Hitt, Patricia [1 of 3]

Box 26

Spokesperson – Hitt, Patricia [2 of 3]
Spokesperson – Hitt, Patricia [3 of 3]
II Spokesperson – Keller, Vicki
IV Spokesperson – Khosrovi, Carol [empty]
IV Spokesperson – Knauer, Virginia [empty]
IV Spokesperson – Koontz, Elizabeth [empty]
III Spokesperson – Many, Katherine
III Spokesperson – Mazon, Rosemary
II Spokesperson – Newman, Constance
II Spokesperson – Payton, Sallyanne [empty]
III Spokesperson – Reid, Charlotte
II Spokesperson – Sheldon, Georgiana [empty]
I Spokesperson – Jayne Baker Spain
III Spokesperson – Spencer, Jean [empty]
II Spokesperson – Sturtevant, Brereta
III Spokesperson – Tennant, Paula A. [empty]
II Spokesperson – Toote, Gloria [1 of 2]
II Spokesperson – Toote, Gloria [2 of 2]
II Spokesperson – Twyman, Margaret [empty]
I Spokesperson – Uccello, Antonina
I Spokesperson – Walsh, Ethel Bent
I Spokesperson – Whitman Marina von Neuman
Advisory Committee on Economic Role of Women – Original Slates Outline Form
Advisory Committee on Economic Role of Women – Letters & Resumes Sent to Us
Advisory Committee on Economic Role of Women – Reports Sent…Also Status (FBI, Political,
etc.) [1 of 2]
Advisory Committee on Economic Role of Women – Reports Sent…Also Status (FBI, Political,
etc.) [1 of 2]
AEC – AEC [1 of 2]
AEC – AEC [2 of 2]
AEC – AEC
AEC – for Preliminary Slate
AEC – Schlesinger Slate [1 of 2]
AEC – Schlesinger Slate [2 of 2]

Box 27

AEC – AEC Sources
AEC – Discussion Slate BF/JC/DK [1 of 3]
AEC – Discussion Slate BF/JC/DK [2 of 3]
AEC – Discussion Slate BF/JC/DK [3 of 3]
Searches [1 of 3]
Searches [2 of 3]
Searches [3 of 3]
SEC’S [1 of 3]
SEC’S [2 of 3]
SEC’S [3 of 3]
Speechwriter (Ray Price) 2/72
National Advisory Council on Indian Education
Tax Court
Tax Court – Tax CT. Candidates
Tax Court – Tax Court Search [1 of 2]
Tax Court – Tax Court Search [2 of 2]
Tax Court – Slate to Treasury 5/25/72
Sports – Summer Olympics – Candidates/Slate
Sports – Summer Olympics – Sources
National Center for Voluntary Action
Search – Interstate Commerce C. [1 of 2]
Search – Interstate Commerce C. [1 of 2]
Search – Interstate Commerce C. – ICC Sources
Search – Interstate Commerce C. – ICC Search
Search – Interstate Commerce C. – I CC Candidates

Box 28

Executive Seminar Berkeley Center
Foreign Service Advisory Committee
PR/Scheduling Director for First Family [1 of 2]
PR/Scheduling Director for First Family [2 of 2]
National Council for Arts
National Marine Fisheries Advisory Committee (NOAA – Commerce Dr. Robert White)
Advisory Cmte. on Automated Data Systems
Adv. Committee on Scientific & Foreign Affairs, DOS
Federal Railway Administration (PIO) GS-15
D.C. City Council Appointments
Director, Women’s Action Program (HEW)
Consulant to the Secretary on Women’s Affairs (HEW)
HEW Women’s Advisory Committee
National Capital Planning Commission Vacancy
National Council on the Arts [1 of 2]
National Council on the Arts [2 of 2]
Assistant Secretary for Education (DOD)
Deputy Director, Women’s Action Bureau (DOL)
Candidates – U.S. Delegation to U.N. General Assembly
UNESCO
National Labor Relations Board
Director, Office of Public Information EEOC [1 of 2]
Director, Office of Public Information EEOC [2 of 2]
A/S for Human Resources Dept. of HEW [1 of 2]
A/S for Human Resources Dept. of HEW [2 of 2]
OMB Prospects
Executive Director, Women’s Advisory Committee – OEO
A/S Latin American Affairs, DOS
P’s Advisory Council on Management Improvement
General Counsel, Labor
Mrs. Nixon Staff Director
Conference on the Aging
Director, Bureau of Standards Commerce
Black Non-Republican Women Candidates, Consumer Product
USIA Inspection Teams
Presidential Rep – Gabon
Endorsements Program
Bureau Co-Ordinator for Equal Employment Opportunity Projects, Bureau of Policy Standards,
CSC
Office of Health Policy Analysis & Rese., DHEW
[Searches – Jane Lynch]

Box 29

WH Fellow Program
WH Fellows [1 of 2]
WH Fellows [2 of 2]
BPW – Talent Bank [1 of 2]
BPW – Talent Bank [2 of 2]
Women’s Organization [1 of 4]
Women’s Organization [2 of 4]
Women’s Organization [3 of 4]
Women’s Organization [4 of 4
Women’s Political Caucus
Microbiologists
Women – Fact Sheet 8/18/72
Sources – Individuals [1 of 5]
Sources – Individuals [2 of 5]
Sources – Individuals [3 of 5]
Sources – Individuals [4 of 5]
Sources – Individuals [5 of 5]
Sources – Black
Sources – Organizations [1 of 4]

Box 30

Sources – Organizations [2 of 4]
Sources – Organizations [3 of 4]
Sources – Organizations [4 of 4]
AAUW
California Trip- Sep. – Oct. 1971
Recruiting Plan [1 of 2]
Recruiting Plan [2 of 2]
Recruiting Plans – Progress Reports
Recruiting Plan – Minorities
Appointees (Office Phone Numbers)
Appointees [1 of 3]
Appointees [2 of 3]
Appointees [3 of 3]
Candidates – Statistics
Talent Bank Follow-Up [1 of 7]
Talent Bank Follow-Up [2 of 7]
Talent Bank Follow-Up [3 of 7]
Talent Bank Follow-Up [4 of 7]
Talent Bank Follow-Up [5 of 7]
Talent Bank Follow-Up [6 of 7]
Talent Bank Follow-Up [7 of 7]

Box 31

[Binder-1 of 9] [“Women Appointed or Promoted (Career & Non-Career)”]
[Binder-2 of 9] [“Women Appointed or Promoted (Career & Non-Career)”]
[Binder-3 of 9] [“Women Appointed or Promoted (Career & Non-Career)”]
[Binder-4 of 9] [“Women Appointed or Promoted (Career & Non-Career)”]
[Binder-5 of 9] [“Women Appointed or Promoted (Career & Non-Career)”]
[Binder-6 of 9] [“Women Appointed or Promoted (Career & Non-Career)”]
[Binder-7 of 9] [“Women Appointed or Promoted (Career & Non-Career)”]
[Binder-8 of 9] [“Women Appointed or Promoted (Career & Non-Career)”]
[Binder-9 of 9] [“Women Appointed or Promoted (Career & Non-Career)”]
American Advertising Federation, BF to be Judge-1973 Women of the Year Competition-May
1973 [1 of 8]
American Advertising Federation, BF to be Judge-1971 Women of the Year Competition-May
1973 [2 of 8]
American Advertising Federation, BF to be Judge-1973 Women of the Year Competition-May
1973 [3 of 8]
American Advertising Federation, BF to be Judge-1973 Women of the Year Competition-May
1973 [4 of 8]
American Advertising Federation, BF to be Judge-1973 Women of the Year Competition-May
1973 [5 of 8]
American Advertising Federation, BF to be Judge-1973 Women of the Year Competition-May
1973 [6 of 8]
American Advertising Federation, BF to be Judge-1973 Women of the Year Competition-May
1973 [7 of 8]
American Advertising Federation, BF to be Judge-1973 Women of the Year Completion-May
1973 [8 of 8]

Series VI: Judy Cole Scheduling and Delegate Binder

Box 32

[Black Binder Descriptions]
[Binder: Speaking Schedules by Date & State] [1 of 6]
[Binder: Speaking Schedules by Date & State] [2 of 6]
[Binder: Speaking Schedules by Date & State] [3 of 6]
[Binder: Speaking Schedules by Date & State] [4 of 6]
[Binder: Speaking Schedules by Date & State] [5 of 6]
[Binder: Speaking Schedules by Date & State] [6 of 6]
[Binder: Speaking Schedules by Name] [1 of 9]
[Binder: Speaking Schedules by Name] [2 of 9]
[Binder: Speaking Schedules by Name] [3 of 9]
[Binder: Speaking Schedules by Name] [4 of 9]
[Binder: Speaking Schedules by Name] [5 of 9]
[Binder: Speaking Schedules by Name] [6 of 9]
[Binder: Speaking Schedules by Name] [7 of 9]
[Binder: Speaking Schedules by Name] [8 of 9]
[Binder: Speaking Schedules by Name] [9 of 9]
[Binder: Delegates & Alternates Rep. National Convention 1972] [1 of 13]
[Binder: Delegates & Alternates Rep. National Convention 1972] [2 of 13]

Box 33

[Binder: Delegates & Alternates Rep. National Convention 1972] [3 of 13]
[Binder: Delegates & Alternates Rep. National Convention 1972] [4 of 13]
[Binder: Delegates & Alternates Rep. National Convention 1972] [5 of 13]
[Binder: Delegates & Alternates Rep. National Convention 1972] [6 of 13]
[Binder: Delegates & Alternates Rep. National Convention 1972] [7 of 13]
[Binder: Delegates & Alternates Rep. National Convention 1972] [8 of 13]
[Binder: Delegates & Alternates Rep. National Convention 1972] [9 of 13]
[Binder: Delegates & Alternates Rep. National Convention 1972] [10 of 13]
[Binder: Delegates & Alternates Rep. National Convention 1972] [11 of 13]
[Binder: Delegates & Alternates Rep. National Convention 1972] [12 of 13]
[Binder: Delegates & Alternates Rep. National Convention 1972] [13 of 13]
[Binder 1 of 2: Delegate Biographies, Alabama-Montana] [1 of 9]
[Binder 1 of 2: Delegate Biographies, Alabama-Montana] [2 of 9]
[Binder 1 of 2: Delegate Biographies, Alabama-Montana] [3 of 9]
[Binder 1 of 2: Delegate Biographies, Alabama-Montana] [4 of 9]
[Binder 1 of 2: Delegate Biographies, Alabama-Montana] [5 of 9]

Box 34

[Binder 1 of 2: Delegate Biographies, Alabama-Montana] [6 of 9]
[Binder 1 of 2: Delegate Biographies, Alabama-Montana] [7 of 9]
[Binder 1 of 2: Delegate Biographies, Alabama-Montana] [8 of 9]
[Binder 1 of 2: Delegate Biographies, Alabama-Montana] [9 of 9]
[Binder 2 of 2: Delegate Biographies, Nebraska-Wyoming] [1 of 13]
[Binder 2 of 2: Delegate Biographies, Nebraska-Wyoming] [2 of 13]
[Binder 2 of 2: Delegate Biographies, Nebraska-Wyoming] [3 of 13]
[Binder 2 of 2: Delegate Biographies, Nebraska-Wyoming] [4 of 13]
[Binder 2 of 2: Delegate Biographies, Nebraska-Wyoming] [5 of 13]
[Binder 2 of 2: Delegate Biographies, Nebraska-Wyoming] [6 of 13]
[Binder 2 of 2: Delegate Biographies, Nebraska-Wyoming] [7 of 13]
[Binder 2 of 2: Delegate Biographies, Nebraska-Wyoming] [8 of 13]
[Binder 2 of 2: Delegate Biographies, Nebraska-Wyoming] [9 of 13]
[Binder 2 of 2: Delegate Biographies, Nebraska-Wyoming] [10 of 13]
[Binder 2 of 2: Delegate Biographies, Nebraska-Wyoming] [11 of 13]
[Binder 2 of 2: Delegate Biographies, Nebraska-Wyoming] [12 of 13]
[Binder 2 of 2: Delegate Biographies, Nebraska-Wyoming] [13 of 13]

Series VII: Publications

Box 35

[“Proceedings of Symposium-Women in the Economy, September 21, 1972”]
[“Report of the Women’s Action Program, January 1972”]
[“Study of Employment of Women in the Federal Government 1967”]
[“Study of Employment of Women in the Federal Government 1968”]
[“Study of Employment of Women in the Federal Government 1969”]
[“Study of Employment of Women in the Federal Government 1970”]
[“Women in Public Service”]

Box 36

[“The Budget of the United States Government-Appendix-Fiscal Year 1973”]

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