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Business correspondence; a price list for W. I. A.'s first exhibition; by-laws, agenda, minutes, and proposals; notes from meetings, for a WBAI broadcast; and notes and drafts of presentations and publications; minutes of board meetings; printed matter; material on membership, exhibitions, W. I. A. publications, and presentations for the Women's Caucus, the National Council for the Arts, and the College Art Association; a slide registry of member's art work; a file on the Coalition of Women Artists and the Women's Caucus for Art, and a "Washington" file with information on government support of women artists; newsletters, announcements, catalogs, press releases, and clippings. Women who figure prominently include Cynthia Navaretta, Ce Roser, Jacqueline Skiles, Joyce Weinstein, and Jean Zaleski.
Women in the Arts Foundation records, 1971-1979. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Women's art organization; New York, N.Y.
Donated 1979 by Alice Jane Phillips, an executive coordinator of the foundation, Ce Roser, co-founder and first coordinator, Joyce Weinstein, a founder and executive coordinator, and Jean Zaleski.
Art Movements and Schools
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