Perdita Huston Papers, 1936-2007

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Volume: 19.75 linear feet

Organization/Arrangement: Organized into the following series:

Global Passion, Local Action

 

Explore an Exhibit of Huston's Life and Work

I. Writing projects, 1963-1995
II. Correspondence, 1967-1998
III. Work with organizations, 1972-1999
IV. Presentations and conferences, 1977-1994
V. Published articles by and about Huston, 1937-1999
VI. Audio, visual, and computer media
VII. Global Family Project - Families As We Are.
VIII. Biographical material, photographs, and end-of-life documents, 1936-2001
IX. Perdita Huston Human Rights Award, 2002-2007

Biographical Note: Born and raised in Portland, Maine, Perdita Huston spent her professional life advocating for sustainable development and sound family planning worldwide. She spent a number of years living in northern Africa and France before settling in the Washington, DC area, and continued to travel widely to conduct research and to attend international conferences. Her work included the publication of four books, (the most recent being Families As We Are: Conversations From Around the World, Feminist Press, 2001) which focus particularly on rural women whose voices are too often ignored by government officials and developers.

In addition to her varied journalistic work, Huston was involved with many organizations and delegations, including several United Nations agencies, the Peace Corps, and the American Revolution Bicentennial Administration. Huston's expertise lay in research (primarily personal interviews), writing significant documents, developing new programs, and coordinating media relations for organizations. Because of her extensive experience, energy, and optimism, Huston was a highly sought-after speaker and received numerous awards and honors, including the Margaret Mead World Citizen Award in 1980.

Perdita Huston studied at the University of Colorado and the Universite de Grenoble, and received her BA in sociology and international relations from the Ecole des Hautes Etudes Internationales in Paris in 1958. Marriage to a French doctor brought her to Algeria during its war for independence. There, she worked as a medical social worker, beginning her life-long advocacy for people living in developing countries, especially rural women. Huston also held positions with the Tunisian Ministry of Information and the Algerian Ministry of Agriculture while living in Africa.

Her professional journalism career began with LIFE magazine, for which she worked both an administrator and as a reporter, writing free-lance articles about the situation in northern Africa throughout the 1960's for LIFE, TIME, as well as the New York Times. After continuing work with Time/Life in Europe for several years, Huston moved to Washington DC in 1971 to direct programs for the American Revolution Bicentennial Administration, primarily programs for women.

In 1978, Huston became the Peace Corps Regional Director for North Africa, Near East, Asia, Pacific (NANEAP), and returned as a Country Director (Bulgaria and then Mali) in 1997. Her activities between 1981 and 1985 included a wide variety of work, including serving as a Scholar-in-Residence for two years at Wheaton College, researching and producing a documentary film (African Recovery) and consulting on public affairs for the InterAction Council, an independent group of 30 former Heads of Government. Other positions included coordinating the Population and Sustainable Development Program for the World Conservation Union (IUCN) and serving as Director of Public Affairs for the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF).

Huston's books are largely based on independent research and travel, but highly connected to her work with international organizations. All of the books deal largely with the state of families and the status of women world-wide. To research her first two books, Message from the Village (Epoch B,1978) and Third World Women Speak Out (Overseas Development Council, 1979), Huston traveled to six developing countries. Huston continued to focus on the changing nature of families world-throughout the mid-1990's, as a part of her Global Family Project, publishing Families As We Are (Feminist Press) in 2001.

Throughout her career, Huston was highly involved in local and international conferences on the topics of women's rights, sustainable development, and media ethics. She was a regular featured lecturer on university campuses and other educational settings, and was widely recognized for her contributions in the area of human rights. She received honorary degrees from Wheaton College (1980), and Southeastern Massachusetts University (1983) and was the first recipient of the Margaret Mead World Citizen Award in 1980. Her dozens of organizational affiliations include Amnesty International (Board of Directors, 1982-87), the Jordan Society (Trustee, 1981-87) and the U.S. Committee for UNICEF (Member, 1981-86).

Huston passed away in 2001 at the age of 65, and the United Nations Association for the National Capital Area has created the "Perdita Huston Human Rights Fund" in her honor. She is survived by her three children, Francoise Champey Pommier, Jeanne Marie Champey Paynel, and Pierre Marc Diennet, of Bethesda MD, San Diego, and Brooklyn NY, respectively.

Description: This collection includes files documenting Huston's professional life beginning with her journalism work with Time/Life in Algeria until her final work on the Global Family Project in the late 1990s. Included are research notes, interview transcripts, and drafts of her writing projects, correspondence from throughout her career, and material on organizations and conferences she was involved with. Also included are clippings of published articles by and about Huston which she collected. Correspondence can be found both in Series 2: Correspondence, as well as interfiled throughout the collection with Huston's working records.

Access Restrictions: None

Please cite as: Perdita Huston Papers, Maine Women Writers Collection, University of New England, Portland, Maine

Container List:

I.  Writing projects, 1963-1995

This series is divided into three sub-series which represent Huston's major writing projects. The first includes primarily notes, drafts, and correspondence relating to her written work from the years 1963-1995. Projects of note include her responses to a 1982 human rights mission to the Middle East, files from her work on the documentary film "African Recovery", and material relating to the United Nations Fourth World Conference on Women (1994), for which she was a delegate and drafted a number of documents. The following two series contains extensive research material for her first three books, Message from the Village, Third World Women Speak Out, and Motherhood By Choice (released in The United Kingdom as The Right to Choose by Earthscan). Included is travel information, complete transcripts of her interviews, publication material, reviews and reader responses to the drafts and finished works.

1.1 General writing projects, 1963-1995

001-002.  New York Times Magazine, 1963-1966
003-005.  Life Magazine, 1966-1967
006-008.  "We the Women..." [1973 film concept]
009.  Egypt delegation, 1976
010.  Egypt pamphlets
011.  Ideas Forum, 1980
012.  Algeria article, 1982
013.  Middle East trip, 1982 - handbook
014-017.  Middle East trip, 1982
018.  Middle East trip, 1982 - article
019.  UNIFEM, 1984-1986
020.  Articles, 1985
021.  Africa film, 1984-1987 - notes and research
022.  Africa film, 1984
023.  Africa film - planning, 1986
024.  "Alert for a Continent" proposal, 1986
025.  Africa film - production correspondence
026.  Africa film - production notebook
027.  Niger [interview transcripts]
028.  Africa film - Togo/Upper Volta
029.  Alert for Africa, 1985-1986 - Notebooks I & II: Niger & Cameroon
030.  Alert for Africa, 1985-1986 - Notebooks III & IV
031.  Africa Alert - Editing Notes, 1986
032.  Alert for a Continent - Writing notes, 1987
033.  Africa film [final production]
034-036.  IPPF Speeches/Articles, 1989-1990
037.  Bergen, Norway, 1990
038.  Bergen ECO, 15 May 1990
039.  IPPF, 1991
040.  Fourth World Conference on Women - Correspondence, 1994-1995
041.  Fourth World Conference on Women - Contacts
042.  Fourth World Conference on Women - Drafts
043.  Fourth World Conference on Women - NY Meeting, March 1994
044-045.  Fourth World Conference on Women, 1995
046-052.  Letters to Our Daughters - Drafts and Correspondence

1.2 Third World Women Speak Out, 1976-1979

001.  General Notes
002.  USAID Grant, 1977-78
003.  Sri lanka notes and correspondence
004.  Mexico [Notebooks]
005.  Mexico [Correspondence and research]
006-007.  Kenya [Correspondence and research]
008.  Research - Tunsia
009.  Sudan notes
010.  Audiotape list
011-012.  Transcripts - France/Algeria
013-016.  Transcripts - Tunisia
017-022.  Transcripts - Egypt
023-025.  Transcripts - Sudan
026-030.  Transcripts - Kenya
031-034.  Transcripts - Sri Lanka
035-036.  Transcripts - Mexico
037-038.  Reviews and responses
039.  Message from the Village, 1977-79 [Book requests]
040-041.  Message from the Village, 1977-79 [Correspondence and reviews]

1.3 Motherhood By Choice, 1989-1992

001.  Proposals
002.  Writing notes
003.  Asian Trip, 1991 [Notebook]
004-005.  Bangladesh: Dr. Ibrahim
006-007.  Dominican Republic: Evangeline Rodriquez
008-009.  Egypt: Zahia Marzouk
010.  Egypt: Photographs
011.  Japan: Miyoshi Ohba
012.  Ghana: Dr. M.A. Barmor
013.  Mali: Dr. Samake
014.  New Zealand: Elsie Locke
015.  Norway/Sweden: Elise Ottesen Jensen
016-017.  Singapore: Goh Kok Kee
018-020.  Sri Lanka: Sylvia Fernando
021.  Thailand: Dr. Kaset
022.  Tunisia: Dr. Sheikh
023.  Photographs
024.  Submissions for publications
025.  The Feminist Press
026.  The Feminist Press -- Motherhood by Choice review
027.  The Feminist Press -- catalogs
028.  International Correspondence, post-publication
029.  The Right to Choose [British version]
030.  Correspondence
031.  IPPF Poster
032.  People magazine [IPPF] 1992 - Cover story: Pioneering for parenthood by choice
033.  Reviews

II. Correspondence, 1967-1998

Included in this series are personal correspondence, faxes, drafts of documents and speeches, as well as clippings and published material from organizations. Additional correspondence is located throughout the collection, and some letters appear in more than one location. The letters, in both French and English, document Huston's worldwide network of colleagues and mentors on the subject of her research projects and initiatives, appearances and published work, and the challenges of global activism. Notable organizations with which Huston worked are Amnesty International, the Hubert H. Humphrey Institute, and the MacArthur Foundation. There is a small amount of personal correspondence relating to family matters.

2.1 Correspondence, by subject

001.  Time-Life, 1967-1980
002.  from to Tunisia, circa 1959-1969
003.  postcards from Huston to her children and in-laws, 1977-1999
004.  postcards from Huston to her daughter Francoise, 1978-1983
005.  postcards from Huston to her daughter Francoise, 1984-1986, undated
006-007.  Foundations, 1975-1995
008.  Jonas Salk, 1976-1984
009.  Overseas Development Council, 1977-1981
010.  New Internationalist, 1977-1982
011.  International Center for Research on Women, 1977-1978
012.  Publications, 1977-1991
013.  Tarzic Vittachi, 1977-1996
014.  UNDP, 1977-1979
015.  Conference on World Affairs, 1979-1980
016.  Worldview Foundation, 1979-1984
017-018.  Hubert H.  Humphrey Institute, 1980-1984
019.  Amnesty International, 1981-1987
020.  Amnesty International, 1983-1984
021-022.  Wheaton, 1981-1984
023.  ADA [Americans for Democratic Action], 1982
024.  Zimbabwe Women's Bureau, 1982
025.  Congressional correspondence, 1982-1985
026.  UNICEF, 1982-1986
027.  Films, 1983
028.  Harvard WID [Women in Development] Group, 1983-1984
029.  USA Club of Rome, 1983-1985
030.  Voluntary Fund for the UN Decade for Women, 1984
031-032.  ICVA [International Council of Voluntary Agencies], 1990
033.  UNIFEM, 1990-1991
034.  UNESCO, 1990-1991
035.  UNEP, 1991
036.  Foundations: AG Fund, 1991-1992
037.  MacArthur Foundation, 1991-1992
038.  Carnegie Corporation, 1991-1993
039.  Ford Foundation, 1991-1993
040.  UNFPA, 1992-1994
041.  Feminist Press, 1993-1998

2.2 Correspondence, chronological

001-002.  1972-79
003-005.  Alphabetical File, 1976-77
006-008.  1976-77 [outgoing]
009-011.  1978-79 [outgoing]
012-015.  1980-83
016-018.  1980-89
019.  1981-82
020-022.  1981 [Mar-Oct]
023-028.  1982 [2-way]
029-033.  1983 [May-Dec]
034-035.  1984 [Jan-Sept]
036-038.  1984 [Feb-Dec]
039-041.  1985 [Jan-June]
042-043.  1985 [July-Dec]
044-046.  1986-1994
047.  1989-1991
048-051.  1990-1991
052.  1992-1993
053.  1994-2000
054.  To/from Huston during illness, 2001
055.  Undated

III. Work with organizations, 1972-1999

This series includes material and files from organizations that Huston directed, worked for, or was involved with as a trustee or member. There are three sub-series dedicated to her work as Director of Women's Programs for the American Revolution Bicentennial Administration (1972-1976), Regional and Country Director the Peace Corps (1978-1981 and 1997-2001), and Assistant to the Administrator of the InterAction Council (1984-1985).  Included is background information, working papers and drafts, inter-agency memos and briefings, letters from supportive individuals and groups, Huston's personal files, press dossiers and clippings. Most of the Peace Corps material documents research and interviews with government leaders conducted by Huston for the 20th anniversary of that organization. There is also a sub-series documenting Huston's work with several organizations over the years 1978-1996, the bulk of the files representing her work with the IUCN from 1987-1988.

3.1 Bicentennial Commission, 1972-1976

001-002.  [Background material]
003.  Heritage '76/Special Projects
004.  Festival USA
005.  Horizons '76
006-007.  Briefings and Drafts
008-010.  Memo File
011.  Memo File - Administrator
012-013.  General File
014.  Correspondence
015.  Correspondence -- Telegram from President Ford
016-017.  Personal File
018.  "Community Information/Service Exchanges"
019-023.  Women's Program Briefing Book
024.  Community Resource Centers: The Notebook, by Susan A.  Davis
025.  Bicentennial Newsletters
026-028.  Epoch B
029.  Clippings

3.2 General work with organizations, 1978-1996

001-002.  Jordan Society, 1978-1984
003.  Jordan Society, 1984-1985 Operation Plan and Program Plan
004-005.  ICUN, 1987-1988
006.  ICUN, 1987 Report: "Women and the World Conservation Strategy"
007.  ICUN Bulletin Jan./Mar. 1988
008-010.  ICUN, 1988-1990
011.  ICUN, 1988-1990 [Correspondence]
012.  ICUN - "Focus on the Future: Women and Enviroment, 1989"
013.  ICUN - Newsletter Mailing List
014.  ICUN - Women's Mailing List
015.  Overseas Development Council, 1993-95
016.  Obor, the International Book Institute, 1995-1996

3.3 Peace Corps, 1978-1999

001.  Personal File, 1978-1979
002.  Personal File, 1979-1980
003.  Personal File, 1979-1981
004-005.  Personal File, 1980
006-007.  Trip Reports, 1979-1980
008.  20th Anniversary Project - Concept and Correspondence, 1980-1981
009.  20th Anniversary Project - Columbus Citizen-Journal newspaper article, 1980
010.  20th Anniversary Project - General File
011.  20th Anniversary Project - Travel Notes, 1980-1981
012.  20th Anniversary Project - Correspondence, 1981
013.  20th Anniversary Project - Interviews
014.  20th Anniversary Project - Quotes from Interviews
015.  20th Anniversary Project - Speech
016.  20th Anniversary Project - Latin America
017-018.  20th Anniversary Project - Costa Rica
019.  20th Anniversary Project - Jamaica
020-021.  20th Anniversary Project - Nicaragua
022.  20th Anniversary Project - Africa
023-024.  20th Anniversary Project - Cameroon
025.  20th Anniversary Project - Kenya
026.  20th Anniversary Project - Lesotho
027.  20th Anniversary Project - Morocco
028.  20th Anniversary Project - Sierra Leone
029.  20th Anniversary Project - Togo
030.  20th Anniversary Project - Tunisia
031.  20th Anniversary Project - Tanzania
032.  20th Anniversary Project - Korea
033.  20th Anniversary Project - Nepal
034.  20th Anniversary Project - Philippines
035.  20th Anniversary Project - Thailand
036.  20th Anniversary Project - Tonga
037.  Independent Study, 1982
038.  Employment and expense documents and resume - Mali
039-040.  Correspondence with Volunteers, 1997-1999
041.  Exits, 1997-1999
042.  Annual Report, 1997

3.4 InterAction Council, 1984-1985

001.  Background Information
002.  Members
003.  Policy Board
004.  [Notes and memos]
005.  Notes and Correspondence
006-007.  [Planning/Memos]
008-009.  Letters and memos sent
010.  Communications Committee, Tokyo, June 1985
011-012.  Ullsten Group: Least Developed Countries
013.  Military Expenditures
014.  Prince Turki
015.  Portugal
016.  Spain
017.  Columbia, Sept. 1984
018-019.  Third Session, Paris, 25 April 1989
020.  Press Conference, Paris, April 1985
021.  Press Conference Participants
022.  Press Conference Accreditations
023.  Press Conference Request Interviews
024-025.  Paris Press
026.  Press Releases
027.  Newsletters from IAC
028.  Videotapes - memos/interviews
029.  Personal File
030.  Expenses
031.  Clippings
032.  Clippings - France
033.  Clippings - Columbia

IV. Presentations and conferences, 1977-1994

This series includes Huston's "Speech File" along with drafts and notes on presentations given throughout her career. Notable lectures include those given while a visiting scholar at Wheaton College. Also included is correspondence relating to her presentations - invitations to participate in particular events, responses to her appearances, as well as fliers and media coverage of these events. Material is included on particular conferences, such as the Mid-Decade Conference on Women (Copenhagen, 1980). These files contain schedules of events, delegate lists, Huston's notes, press coverage, and pre- and post-conference correspondence.

001-002.  [Speeches and notes]
003-007.  Correspondence, 1977-1981
008-009.  National Women's Conference, Houston, 1977
010.  Conference on World Affairs, Boulder, 1979
011-014.  Correspondence [1980-1982]
015.  AAUW Keystone, Spring 1982
016-018.  Speech file [1980-1992]
019-021.  Speech file [1980-1992]
022.  Women's Consultation on the News Media - UN Conference, 1980
023.  Wheaton Commencement, 1980
024-025.  Wheaton lectures; Notes, ideas [1981]
026.  Wheaton College Mothers' Weekend, October 9, 1981
027.  Wheaton News, Oct.  29-Nov. 5, 1981
028.  Hubert Humphrey Institute of public Affairs, Jan. 29, 1981
029.  "Planet without a Plan?" Lincoln Cathedral, Sept. 29, 1981
030.  American Association of University Women, Penn.  State Convention, June 4-6, 1982
031.  The Women's Leadeship Conference on National Security: A Summary Report [1982]
032.  Correspondence [1984-1995]
033.  Wheaton College Father's Weekend, April 1983
034.  Conference on Women and World Hunger, Santa Barbara, April 1983
035.  Barnard Women's Center, May 1983
036-038.  Correspondence [1984-1995]
039.  International Women's Rights Action Watch, 1989-1991
040.  American Assembly Conference, 1990
041.  SID/WID Roundtable, 1990-1991
042.  Focus on the Future: Women and Environment, 1990
043.  UNU Global Seminar, 1992
044.  IPPF, 1992/1993
045.  Population and Quality of Life Independent Commission, March 1994
046.  Oregon State University, 1994

V. Published articles by and about Huston, 1936-2000

The published articles are from newspapers and journals around the world, and are divided into those written by Huston, and those about her.

001.  Bylines - 1960s
002.  Bylines – 1970s
003.  Bylines - Reports Magazine, April 1977
004.  Bylines - Populi 4(3), 1977
005.  Bylines - New Internationalist No. 52, June 1977
006.  Bylines - Populi 5(1), 1978
007.  Bylines, 1980-1982
008.  Bylines - Wheaton Alumnae Magazine, Winter 1982
009.  Bylines - New Internationalist, Dec. 1982
010.  Bylines, 1983-1986
011.  Bylines - Assoc. of Arab-American University Graduates Newsletter, Jan./Feb. 1983
012.  Bylines - IPPF People 12(2), 1985
013.  Bylines -  Vita News, July 1985
014.  Bylines -  1987-1988,
015.  Bylines -  Populi 14(4), 1987
016.  Bylines, 1989
017.  Bylines - Panoscope 14, (Sept. 1989)
018.  Bylines, 1990
019.  Bylines - Women and Sustainable Development: A Report from Women's Forum in Bergen, Norway, 1990
020.  Bylines - World Health, April-May 1990
021.  Bylines, 1991
022.  Bylines - Calypso Log, Feb. 1991
023.  Bylines - Amnesty: Journal for the British Section of A.I., Feb./Mar. 1991
024.  Bylines, 1992
025.  Bylines - IPPF People 19 (1), 1992
026.  Bylines - Crosscurrents 1-3, Mar. 1992
027.  Bylines - The UNESCO Courier, March 1982
028.  Bylines - The UNESCO Courier, International Editions, March 1982
029.  Bylines - The World Paper, Aug. 1992
030.  Bylines, 1993-1995
031.  Bylines - UNDP Choices, Dec. 1994
032.  Bylines - Choice: The Human Development Magazine 3 (1), Dec. 1994
033.  Bylines - People and the Planet, 3 (2), 1994
034.  Bylines - UNDP Choices, Aug. 1995
035.  Bylines, 1996-1999
036.  Bylines – ADC Times 17(7), Oct.-Nov. 1996
037.  Bylines - World View 11(1), 1997-1998
038.  Bylines - Crafts News 9(36), Summer 1998
039.  Bylines - World View 12(3), Summer 1999
040.  Articles about Huston, 1969-1979
041.  Articles about Huston - Junior League, Dec. 1974
042.  Articles about Huston - Action Update, Feb. 15, 1979
043.  Articles about Huston, 1980
044.  Articles about Huston - Peace Corps: Philippines 1(5), 1980
045.  Articles about Huston - IPPF People 7(3), 1980
046.  Articles about Huston - UNICEF Ideas Forum, Issue No. 1, 1980
047.  Articles about Huston, 1981
048.  Articles about Huston – “Money Talks Around the World: Report of the AAUW UN Seminar,” Nov. 1981
049.  Articles about Huston, 1982,
050.  Articles about Huston, 1983-1984
051.  Articles about Huston, 1985-1989
052.  Articles about Huston, 1990-1999
053.  “Women: The Key to Ending Hunger,” by Margaret Snyder, Aug. 1990
054.  Articles about Huston--in youth
055.  Articles about Huston--Miss Eastchester, 1954
056.  Articles about Huston--Paris & Yves Champey, marriage, fire, women in Paris
057.  Articles about Huston--Tunis information position, 1959
058.  Articles about Huston--(Life?) magazine index page, 1959
059.  Program & clippings--University of Southern Maine library opening (T.A. Huston Bakery building)
060.  Lewiston Journal reproduction of T. A. Huston & Co. receipt, 1985

VI. Audio, Visual and Computer Media

This series includes audio recordings of interviews, the primary research technique employed by Huston. The full transcripts of interviews used for Message From the Village and Third World Women Speak Out (50+ tapes), Motherhood By Choice (30 microcassette tapes), and the Peace Corps anniversary project (15 tapes) are found in series 1 and 2. In addition to the interviews, several tapings from conferences and talks Huston attended are included. A CD of unknown content possibly related to Perdita Huston has been added to the MWWC Media Collection, #248, Box 13.

6.1 Audio tapes - Third World Women Speak Out 1976-1979

001.  FT 1, 4/24/76 [FOLDER 56]
002.  FT 2, 5/6/76 [FOLDER 56]
003.  FT 3, 5/7/76 & 5/8/76 [FOLDER 57] (IN FRENCH)
004.  FT 4, 5/8/76 & 5/1/76 [FOLDERS 58, 59 & 57] (IN FRENCH)
005.  FT 5, 5/13/76 [FOLDERS 58 & 59] (IN FRENCH) (TAPE IS SNAPPED)
006.  FT 6, 5/13/76 [FOLDERS 59 & 60] (IN FRENCH)
007.  FT 7, 5/13/76 & 5/14/76 [FOLDERS 59 & 61] (IN FRENCH)
008.  FT 8, 5/14/76 [FOLDER 60] (IN FRENCH)
009-010.  Tunisia A 1 - A 2, 5/17/76 & 5/18/76 [FOLDER 61] (IN FRENCH)
011-012.  Algeria A 3 - A 4, 5/24/76 [FOLDER 57] (IN FRENCH)
013.  Egypt A 5, 5/21/76 [FOLDERS 58, 62 & 56] (IN ENGLISH AND FRENCH)
014.  Egypt A 6, 5/29/76 [FOLDER 63]
015.  Egypt A 7, 5/29/76 & 5/31/76 [FOLDERS 63 & 64]
016.  Egypt A 8, 6/2/76 [FOLDERS 64 & 65]
017.  Egypt A 9, 6/2/76
018.  Egypt A 10, 6/2/76 [FOLDER 65]
019.  Egypt A 11, 6/2/76 [FOLDERS 65 & 67] (IN ENGLISH AND FRENCH)
020.  Egypt A 12, 5/5/76 & 6/24/76 [FOLDERS 65 & 67] (IN ENGLISH AND FRENCH)
021.  Egypt A 13 [FOLDER 65]
022.  Algeria and Cairo A 14, 5/26/76 [FOLDERS 62 & 57] (IN ENGLISH AND FRENCH)
023.  Egypt A 15, 6/2/76 [FOLDER 66] (IN FRENCH)
024.  Egypt A 16, 6/5/76 [FOLDERS 66 & 67]
025.  Egypt A 17, 6/5/76 [FOLDER 66]
026-027.  Sudan A 18-A 19, 6/10/76 [FOLDERS 66 & 68]
028.  Sudan A 20 [FOLDERS 68 & 70]
029-030.  Sudan A 21-A 22, 6/16/76 [FOLDER 69]
031.  Sudan A 23, 6/18/76 [FOLDERS 69 & 70]
032-033.  Sudan A 24-B 1, 6/20/76 [FOLDER 70]
034.  Sudan & Kenya B 2, 6/21/76 & 6/29/76 [FOLDERS 70 & 71]
035-036.  Kenya B 3-B 4, 6/29/76 & 7/1/76 [FOLDER 71]
037.  Kenya B 5, 7/1/76 & 7/4/76 [FOLDERS 71 & 72] (TAPE IS SNAPPED)
038.  Kenya B 6, 7/3/76 [FOLDER 72]
039-040.  Kenya B 7-B 8, 7/4/76 & 7/5/76 [FOLDERS 72 & 73]
041.  Kenya B 9, 7/6/76 [FOLDER 73]
042.  Kenya B 10, 7/6/76 & 7/7/76 [FOLDERS 73 & 74]
043.  Kenya B 11, 7/7/76 [FOLDER 74]
044.  Kenya B 12, 7/7/76 [FOLDERS 73 & 74]
045.  Kenya B 13, 7/8/76 [FOLDERS 74 & 75]
046-047.  Kenya B 14-B 15, 7/8/76 & 7/9/76 [FOLDER 74]
048.  Kenya & Ceylon B 16, 7/9/76 & 7/15/76 [FOLDERS 74 & 76]
049.  Sri Lanka B 17, 7/15/76 [FOLDERS 76 & 77]
050.  Sri Lanka B 18, 7/20/76 [FOLDERS 77 & 78]
051.  Sri Lanka B 19, 7/22/76 [FOLDER 78]
052-053.  Sri Lanka B 20-B 21, 7/22/76-7/25/76 [FOLDER 79]
054.  Sri Lanka B 22, 7/27/76 [FOLDERS 76 & 79]
055.  Sri Lanka B 23 [HAVE CASE, TAPE IS MISSING]
056-060.  Mexico #1-5, 2/1/77-2/16/77 [FOLDERS 80 & 81]

6.2 Audio tapes - Peace Corps 20th Anniversary Project

061.  Korea, 6/22/80 - Dr. Lee, Hhan Bean, Prof. Kim, Duk-kee [FOLDER 283]
062.  Phillipines, 7/3/80 - Arturo Tnaco [FOLDER 285]
063.  Tonga, 7/23/80 - Papiloa Foliaki [FOLDER 287]
064.  Thailand, 9/9/80 - Correspondence & Kriangsak [FOLDER 286]
065.  Nepal, 10/27/80 - Bekh Thapa [FOLDER 284]
066-067.  Tunisia, 11/29/80 - Chelbi #1 & #2 [FOLDER 281] (IN FRENCH)
068.  Morocco, 12/01/80 - L. Eddine Daoud [FOLDER 278]
069-070.  Morocco, 12/01/80 - Dey Ould Sidi Baba #1 & #2 [FOLDER 278] (IN FRENCH)
071-072.  Sierra Leone, 12/06/80 - President Siaka Stevens #1 & #2 [FOLDER 279] (IN FRENCH)
073-075.  Camaroon, 12/11/80 & 12/12/80 - Solomon Muna and Sadoh Daodou [FOLDER 274]
076-078.  Tanzania, 12/18/80 & 12/20/80 - Amir Jamal #3 & John Malecia [FOLDER 282]
079-080.  Kenya, 12/22/80 - Harrison Mule #3-#5 [FOLDER 276]
081.  Sierra Leone, 1/81 - Dr.  Jim Founa [FOLDER 279]
082.  Nicaragua, 1/81 - Miguel D'Escoto [FOLDER 271]
083.  Jamaica, 1/6/81 - Edward Seaga [FOLDER 270]
084-085b.  Costa Rica, 1/8/81 - Jose Figueres #1 & #2 [FOLDERS 269 & 270]

6.3 Audio tapes - Motherhood By Choice and other (microcassette), 1966-1991

001.  Tunisia, tape #1 [edited transcripts in folder 01.03.022], 1990 December 21
002.  Mali, tape #1 [edited transcripts in folder 01.03.012], 1990 December 26
003.  Mali, tape #2 [edited transcripts in folder 01.03.012], 1990 December 26
004.  Mali and Ghana, tape #3 [edited transcripts in folder 01.03.012, .013], 1990 December 29–1991 January 3
005.  Ghana, tape #4 [edited transcripts in folder 01.03.013], 1991 January 3
006.  Ghana, tape #5 [edited transcripts in folder 01.03.013], 1991 January 3
007.  Bangladesh, tape #1 [edited transcripts in folder 01.03.005], 1991 April 28
008.  Bangladesh, tape #2 [edited transcripts in folder 01.03.005], 1991 April 29
009.  Thailand, tape #3 [edited transcripts in folder 01.03.021], 1991 May 2
010.  Thailand, tape #4 [edited transcripts in folder 01.03.021], 1991 May 3
011.  Singapore, tape #5 [edited transcript in folder 01.03.017], 1991 May 7
012.  New Zealand, tape #6 [no transcript], 1991 May
013.  New Zealand, tape #7 [no transcript], 1991 May
014.  New Zealand and Japan, tape #8 [Japan transcript in folder 01.03.011], 1991 May
015.  Japan, tape #9 [edited transcript in folder 01.03.011], 1991 May
016.  Sri Lanka, tape #10 [edited transcripts in folder 01.03.019, .020], 1991 May
017.  Sri Lanka, tape #11 [edited transcripts in folder 01.03.019, .020], 1991 May
018.  Sri Lanka, tape #12 [edited transcripts in folder 01.03.019, .020], 1991 May
019.  Dominican Republic, tape #1 [edited transcripts in folder 01.03.006], 1989 December 13
020.  Norway/Sweden, Sjovall [edited transcript in folder 01.03.015], 1990
021.  Norway/Sweden, Dr. Luft [edited transcript in folder 01.03.015], 1990
022.  Norway/Sweden, Linder, 1991
023.  Norway/Sweden, Ottesen-Jensen TV interview, 1966
024.  Norway/Sweden, Jensen, circa 1990
025.  Egypt [edited transcripts in folder 01.03.008], 1990 September 16
026.  Egypt, 1990 September 16
027.  CISSE/UNFPA, Yaounde, 1986 May 7
028.  Notes to Sandy and crew, Maggia Valley, undated
029.  Ray’s, DC, February 20
030.  PH-notes/reflections, DC trip; Cameroon, undated
031.  IPPF – London, 1989 May
032.  PCC, CEDRA, 1989 September 11-12
033.  RAS work – Geneva, 1990 September
034.  Hermans – Guessebodi [Niger], Dir. de la Culture, undated
035.  Tabalak [Niger], Keita woman vignette, children and hut, undated
036.  Australia recordings, undated
037.  Ethiopian women, SMI/Niger, undated
038.  SAAMI/Bergen (?), undated
039.  India - Pierre, undated
040.  Mahler – Japan, undated
041.  Bresil – Ruth Escota, undated
042-047.  Unlabeled or indecipherable, undated

6.4 Audio tapes - Families As We Are (microcassette), 2001

001.  Japan #1 – Suzaka city [Transcript in folder 07.03.114], 1992 September 15
002.  Japan #2 – Farmer’s son [Transcript in folder 07.03.114], 1992 September
003.  Asia #1 [Japan #1] – Takei family [Transcript in folder 07.03.115], 1992 October 25
004.  Asia #2 [Japan #2] – Takei family Takano Saito [Transcript in folder 07.03.116], 1992 October 25-26
005.  Asia #3 [Japan #3] – Saito wife Saito husband [Transcript in folder 07.03.117], 1992 October
006.  Asia #4 [Japan #4] – Diet, Moriyama Women’s group discussion [Transcript in folder 07.03.118], 1992 October
007.  Asia #5 [Japan #5] – Group discussion Inuma [Transcript in folder 07.03.119], 1992 October
008.  Asia #6 [Japan #6] – Inuma contd. Keiko Ochiai [Transcript in folder 07.03.120], 1992 October 13
009.  Asia #7 [Japan #7] – Inuma Cont’d [Transcript in folder 07.03.121], 1992 October
010.  Asia #8 [Japan #8] – Inuma Perdita notes [Transcript in folder 07.03.122], 1992 October
011.  Asia #9 [Japan #9]– Fukoka grandfather father [Transcript in folder 07.03.123], 1992 October
012.  Asia #10 [Japan #10]– Miners Notes [Transcript in folder 07.03.124], 1992 October
013.  Asia #11 [Thailand #1] – Novio street boys slum family [Transcript in folder 07.03.125], 1992 November
014.  Asia #12/Thailand #2 – Mesai family [Transcript in folder 07.03.126], 1992 November
015.  Asia #13/Thailand #3 – Singtoh family [Transcript in folder 07.03.127], 1992 November
016.  Asia #14/Thailand #4 – Singtoh family “Todd” [Transcript in folder 07.03.128], 1992 November
017.  Asia #15/Thailand #5 – “Todd” [Transcript in folder 07.03.129], 1992 November
018.  Asia #16/Thailand #6 – Aranyaphatet/Refugee family [Transcript in folder 07.03.130], 1992 November
019.  Asia #17/Thailand #7 – Aran social worker [Transcript in folder 07.03.131], 1992 November
020.  Bangladesh #1 – Thailand notes Bangladesh [Transcript in folder 07.03.133], 1992 November
021.  Bangladesh #2 [Transcript in folder 07.03.134], 1992 November
022.  Bangladesh #3 – Brothel (Rita) Boghra migrant [Transcript in folder 07.03.135], 1992 November
023.  Bangladesh #4 – Boghra [Transcript in folder 07.03.136], 1992 November
024.  Bangladesh #5 – Boghra garment workers [Transcript in folder 07.03.137], 1992 November
025.  Bangladesh #6 – Garment workers Rita China [Transcript in folder 07.03.138], 1992 November
026.  China #1 – Shanghai peasants [Transcript in folder 07.03.140], 1992 December
027.  China #2 – Shanghai peasants glass factory [Transcript in folder 07.03.141], 1992 December
028.  China #3 – Shanghai [Transcript in folder 07.03.142], 1992 December
029.  China #4 – Grandmother Tongxin peasant family [Transcript in folder 07.03.143], 1992 December
030.  China #5 – Tongxin peasant family [Transcript in folder 07.03.144], 1992 December
031.  Mali #1 – 4 Gen. Women [Transcript in folder 07.03.146], 1993 March 25
032.  Mali #2 – Assetou’s daughter-in-law Senoris village – Sissoko family [Transcript in folder 07.03.147], 1993 March 25
033.  Mali #3 – Sissoko family Chef de village [Transcript in folder 07.03.148], 1993 March 25
034.  Mali #4 – Sissokos [Transcript in folder 07.03.149], 1993 March 25
035.  Mali #5 [Transcript in folder 07.03.150], 1993 March 31
036.  Mali #6 [Transcript in folder 07.03.151], 1993 March 31
037.  Mali #8 [Transcript in folder 07.03.152], 1993
038.  Mali #9 – YWCA [Transcript in folder 07.03.152], 1993 April 7
039.  Uganda #2 – Fort Portal [Transcript in folder 07.03.155], 1993 April 16
040.  Uganda #3 – Fort Portal HIV grandmother of 13 [Transcript in folder 07.03.155], 1993 April 16-17
041.  Uganda #4 – Grandmother of 13 orphans of HIV girls school cobbler [Transcript in folder 07.03.156], 1993 April 17
042.  Uganda #5 – Grandmother street children [Transcript in folder 07.03.156], 1993 April
043.  Uganda #6 – Ann Kaopemuksas’s father Egypt [Transcript in folder 07.03.156], 1993 April 24
044.  Egypt #1 – Cairo slum women Tanta village tailor [Transcript in folder 07.03.158], 1993 May 6-8
045.  Egypt #2 – Tanta family [Transcript in folder 07.03.159], 1993 May 8
046.  Egypt #3 – Tanta family Alexandria couple [Transcript in folder 07.03.160], 1993 May 8
047.  Egypt #4 – Alexandria couple Saida women [Transcript in folder 07.03.161], 1993 May
048.  Egypt #5 – Women Sanou/Rayad el Arab farmer Mershet Nasser girls [Transcript in folder 07.03.162], 1993 May
049.  Jordan #1 – Palestinian camp family Abu Feisal Amman urban poor [Transcript in folder 07.03.164], 1993 May 23
050.  Jordan #2 – Masshour family Amman [Transcript in folder 07.03.165], 1993 May 24
051.  Jordan #3 – Masshour family El Sherif women [Transcript in folder 07.03.166], 1993 May 24-25
052.  Jordan #4 – El Sherif women Bani Hamida [Transcript in folder 07.03.167], 1993 May 25-26
053.  Jordan #5 – Bani Hamida Wadi Moussa [Transcript in folder 07.03.168], 1993 May 26-28
054.  Jordan #6 – Wadi Moussa Bdoul [Transcript in folder 07.03.169], 1993 May 28
055.  El Salvador #1 – Mario Villalata social worker [Transcript in folder 07.03.171], 1993 August 30
056.  El Salvador #2 – Mario Villalata Albertina midwife [Transcript in folder 07.03.171], 1993
057.  El Salvador #3 – Albertina 4 elders [Transcript in folder 07.03.171], 1993
058.  El Salvador #4 – Elders Albertina’s husband [Transcript in folder 07.03.171], 1993
059.  El Salvador #5 – Porfirio step-grandson [Transcript in folder 07.03.171], 1993
060.  El Salvador #6 – Great grandmother cont’d grandmother [Transcript in folder 07.03.171], 1993
061.  El Salvador #7 – Grandmother single mother [Transcript in folder 07.03.171], 1993
062.  El Salvador #8 – Albertina’s grandson daughter [Transcript in folder 07.03.171], 1993
063.  El Salvador #9 – Rosa Velma Mercedes [Transcript in folder 07.03.171], 1993
064.  El Salvador #10 – Mercedes Son Rafael Antonio [Transcript in folder 07.03.171], 1993
065.  El Salvador #11 – Rafael Antonio [Transcript in folder 07.03.172], 1993
066.  El Salvador #12 – Marfir Cesar [Transcript in folder 07.03.172], 1993
067.  El Salvador #13 – Cesar (coffee plant) Jaime Shell [Transcript in folder 07.03.172], 1993
068.  El Salvador #14 – Jaime Shell Maria Amparo [Transcript in folder 07.03.172], 1993
069.  El Salvador #15 – Chicas [Transcript in folder 07.03.172], 1993
070.  El Salvador #16 – Chicas [Transcript in folder 07.03.172], 1993
071.  El Salvador #17 – Juana Abrigo Ana Gloria [Transcript in folder 07.03.172], 1993
072.  El Salvador #18 – Ruhera Jose Martinez [Transcript in folder 07.03.172], 1993
073.  El Salvador #19 – Jose Calazanz [Transcript in folder 07.03.172], 1993
074.  El Salvador #20 – Jose’s wife [Transcript in folder 07.03.172], 1993
075.  El Salvador #21 – Granddaughter grandmother [Transcript in folder 07.03.172], 1993
076.  El Salvador #22 – Javier [Transcript in folder 07.03.172], 1993
077.  West Virginia #1, 1993 November
078.  West Virginia #2, 1993 November
079.  West Virginia #3, 1993 November
080.  West Virginia #4, 1993 November
081.  West Virginia #5, 1993 November
082.  West Virginia #6, 1993 November
083.  Missouri #1 – Mr. Leslie Young General Young, 1993 December
084.  Missouri #2 – General Young Donald Young, 1993 December
085.  Missouri #3 – Donald Young Lisa, 1993 December
086.  Missouri #4 – Alfred Orion Erna Beckmeyer, 1993 December
087.  Missouri #5 – Erna Beckmeyer Barbara Kathy, 1993 December
088.  Missouri #6 – Mark Beckmeyer Brad Belew, 1993 December
089.  Brazil #1 – Arauto, 1994 April
090.  Brazil #2 - Arauto, 1994 April
091.  Brazil #3 – Lenin, 1994 April
092.  Brazil #4 - Lenin, 1994 April
093.  Brazil #5 – Passos, 1994 April
094.  Brazil #6 – Leir, 1994 April
095.  Brazil #7 – Grandmother, 1994 April
096.  Brazil #8 - Fribourg, 1994 April
097.  Brazil #9 – Fribourg, 1994 April
098.  Brazil #10 – Fribourg, 1994 April
099.  Brazil #11, 1994 April
100.  Brazil #12, 1994 April
100a.  Brazil #13, 1994 April
101.  Brazil #14 – Grandmother, 1994 April
102.  Brazil #15 – Cacoal, 1994
103.  Brazil #16 – Witt, 1994
104.  Brazil #17 – Indian, 1994
105.  Brazil #19, 1994
106.  New York #1 – Dorothy Mangum [Transcript in folder 07.03.173], 1994 June 4
107.  New York #2 – Mangum [Transcript in folder 07.03.174], 1994 June 4
108.  New York #3 – Mangum [Transcript in folder 07.03.175], 1994 June 4
109.  New York #4 – Mangum [Transcript in folder 07.03.176], 1994 June 4
110.  New York #5 – Mangum [Transcript in folder 07.03.177], 1994 June 4
111.  New York #6 – Mangum [Transcript in folder 07.03.178], 1994 June 4
112.  New York #7 – Mangum [Transcript in folder 07.03.179], 1994 June 4
113.  Bishop #1, undated
114.  Painte #2, undated
115.  Painte #3, undated
116.  Bishop #4 - Bob Mena, undated
117.  Bishop #5 – Bob Amanda, undated
118.  Bishop #6 – Alvin Bowman, undated
119.  Marina #1, undated
120.  Marina #2, undated
121.  Abu Faisel B, February 18
122.  Abu A, February 23
123.  Karima C, undated
124.  Bergen/Wangarai, undated
125.  Mahler – Women W.A., 1 Speech, undated
126.  Label scratched out, undated
127.  Unlabeled, undated

6.5 Audio tapes - Families As We Are (standard cassette), 1992-1994

001.  Missouri Tape 1, Sides A B [SOMEWHAT MUFFLED], 1993 December 11
002.  Missouri #2, Sides A B [SOMEWHAT MUFFLED], 1993 December
003.  Missouri #3, Sides A Partial B, 1993 December
004.  Missouri #3 (con’t.) Side B, 1993 December
005.  Missouri #4, Sides A and B [SOMEWHAT MUFFLED], 1993 December
006.  Missouri #5, Side A, 1993 December
007.  Missouri #5, Side B, 1993 December
008.  Missouri #6, Sides A B, 1993 December
009.  El Salvador #1 – Mario Villalta Interview, 1993 August 30
010.  El Salvador #2 – Villalta Interview Con’t Albertina Interview, 1993
011.  El Salvador #3 – Elders in Health Center, 1993
012.  El Salvador #4 – Elders Albertina’s Husband, 1993
013.  El Salvador #5 – Albertina’s Grandson, 1993
014.  El Salvador #6 – Great Grandfather (93) Grandmother (63), 1993
015.  El Salvador #7, 1993
016.  El Salvador #8 – Albertina’s Granddaughter Daughter, 1993
017.  El Salvador #9, 1993
018.  El Salvador #10, 1993
019.  El Salvador #11, 1993
020.  El Salvador #12 - [SHORT SILENCE AT BEGINNING], 1993
021.  El Salvador #13, 1993
022.  El Salvador #14 - [DIFFICULT TO HEAR], 1993
023.  El Salvador #15, 1993
024.  El Salvador #16, 1993
025.  El Salvador #17, 1993
026.  El Salvador #18, 1993
027.  El Salvador #19, 1993
028.  El Salvador #20 – Paulina Martinez, 1993
029.  El Salvador #21, 1993
030.  El Salvador #22, 1993
031.  Bangladesh #1 – Notes on Thailand Interview [DIFFICULT TO HEAR], 1992 November 17
032.  Bangladesh #2, 1992 November
033.  Bangladesh #3, 1992 November
034.  Bangladesh #4 [DIFFICULT TO HEAR], 1992 November
035.  Bangladesh #4 [COPY], 1992 November
036.  Bangladesh #5, Part A, 1992 November
037.  Bangladesh# 5, Part B Bangladesh #6, Part 1, 1992 November
038.  Bangladesh #6, Part 2, 1992 November
039.  Jordan #1 – Palestinian Camp Family, Abu Feisal/Amman Urban Poor [MUFFLED], 1993 May 23
040.  Jordan #2 – Naseer Masshour family/Amman great grandmother, wife son [MUFFLED], 1993 May 24
041.  Jordan #3 – Masshour family Con’t/El Sherif Women (70,45,21) [MUFFLED], 1993 May 24
042.  Jordan #4 – El Sherif Women/Bani Hamida grandfather [VERY DIFFICULT TO HEAR], 1993 May 25
043.  Jordan #5 – Bani Hamida/Wadi Moussa [VERY DIFFICULT TO HEAR], 1993 May 26
044.  Jordan #6 - Wadi Moussa Bdoul/Spanish Wife Children Singing [MUFFLED], 1993 May 26
045.  Egypt #1 – Cairo Slum Women/Mersheet Hasr/Tanta: Tailor Family [MUFFLED], 1993 May 6
046.  Egypt #2 – Tanta: Tailor Family Con’t [MUFFLED], 1993 May 8
047.  Egypt #3 – Tailor family Con’t/Alexandria – Middle class young couple [MUFFLED], 1993 May 8
048.  Egypt #4 – Middle class young couple Con’t/Saida women [MUFFLED], 1993 May
049.  Egypt #5 – Alexandria/Sanou – Bayad el Aranb/Island Farmer/ Mershet Nasser girls [MUFFLED], 1993 May
050.  New York #1 – Dorothy Magnum Family, 1994 June 4
051.  New York #2 – Magnum family, 1994 June 4
052.  New York #3 – Magnum family, 1994​ June 4
053.  New York #4 – Magnum family, 1994​ June 4
054.  New York #5 – Magnum family, 1994​ June 4
055.  New York #6 – Magnum family, 1994​ June 4
056.  
Marina [MUFFLED], June 6
057.  Marina 2 [MUFFLED], June 6
058.  Abu Faisel [MUFFLED], February 23
059.  Abu Faisel [MUFFLED], February 18
060.  Karima, undated
061.  Mali #1A [IN FRENCH], 1993 March 25
062.  Mali #1B [IN FRENCH], 1993 March 25
063.  Mali #2A [IN FRENCH], 1993 March 25
064.  Mali #2B [IN FRENCH], 1993 March 25
065.  
Mali #3 A [IN FRENCH], 1993 March 25
066.  Mali #3 B [IN FRENCH], 1993 March 25
067.  Mali #4 A [IN FRENCH], 1993 March 25
068.  Mali #4 B [IN FRENCH], 1993 March 25
069.  Mali #5 [IN FRENCH], 1993 March 31
070.  Mali #6 [IN FRENCH], 1993 March 31
071.  Mali #7 [SOUND PLAYS INCREDIBLY SLOWLY - INAUDIBLE], 1993
072.  Mali #8 [IN FRENCH], 1993
073.  Mali #9 Uganda #1– Boro Village YWCA, 1993 April 7
074.  Uganda #2 – Ft. Portal Yovani, 1993 April 16
075.  Uganda #3 – Ft. Portal Rev. Shem HIV Grandmother of 13, 1993 April 17
076.  ganda #4 – Grandmother of 13 orphans of HIV Headmistress of Ft. Portal Girl’s School Bushenyi Cobbler, 1993 April 17
077.  Uganda #5 – 82 yr. old grandfather Bushenyi and wife Streetchildren’s house father, Kampala Henry __ Ben Kyuinba, HIV widow, Taso, father and mother [SLIGHTLY SPED UP], 1993 April
078.  Uganda #6 – Ann Kaopemukasa’s father Egypt [MUFFLED], 1993 April 24
079.  Brazil #1, 1994 April
080.  Brazil #2, 1994 April
081.  Brazil #3, 1994 April
082.  Brazil #4, 1994 April
083.  Brazil #5, 1994 April
084.  Brazil #6, 1994 April
085.  Brazil #7, 1994 April
086.  Brazil #8, 1994 April
087.  Brazil #9, 1994 April
088.  Brazil #10, 1994 April
089.  Brazil #11, 1994 April 11
090.  Brazil #12, 1994 April 12
091.  Brazil #13, 1994 April
092.  Brazil #14, 1994 April
093. Brazil #15, 1994 April
094.  Brazil #16, 1994 April
095.  Brazil #17, 1994 April
096.  Thailand #5 – “Todd”, 1992 November
097.  Thailand #6 – Refugees, 1992 November
098.  Thailand #7 – Social workers [Tape is also labeled “Asia #15”], 1992 November
099.  China #7 A – Beijing Shanghai, undated
100.  China #7 B – Shanghai, undated
101.  China #8 A – Glass factory, undated
102.  China #8 B, undated
103.  China #9 A – Shanghai, undated
104.  China #9 B, undated
105.  China #10 A, undated
106.  China #10 B, undated
107.  China #11, undated
108.  West Virginia #1A, 1993 November
109.  West Virginia #2, 1993 November
110.  West Virginia #3, 1993 November
111.  West Virginia #4, 1993 November
112.  West Virginia #5, 1993 November
113.  West Virginia #6, 1993 November
114.  The Dutton Family – “The Family” Theme Song, 1994 International Year of the Family [COMMERCIAL TAPE], 1994
115-116.  Women, The Family The Beijing Plan of Action [POSSIBLE COMMERCIAL TAPE], 1995 January 18
117-118.  Interview with Huston on “Public Interest,” WAMU, Washington, D.C. (2 duplicate cassettes), 2001 July 13
119. Interview with Huston on “Public Interest,” WAMU, Washington, D.C. (labeled “HR 2” but seems to be duplicate of 116-117), 2001 July 13

6.6 Audio tapes - Conferences, Programs & Notes

001.  National Women's Conference, 1977 - Women, Development and Change #1 & #2 (TAPE IS SNAPPED)
002.  National Women's Conference, 1977 - Women, Development and Change #3 & #4
003.  Focus: Women in Developing Countries (WAMU - FM), 3/7/79 (POSSIBLE LEGALITY ISSUES)
004.  Women's Consultation on News Media: Music at forum, Interview with Sonia & Eugenia Mills, 7/24/80 (IN ENGLISH AND FRENCH)
005.  PH Reaction to Women's Consultation on News Media, Interview with Ivory Coast's Aminata Fiaore (IN ENGLISH AND FRENCH)
006.  IPPF: Fred Sai (Interview)
007.  Night Club - Cairo (Music and PH Notes)
008.  Perdita Notes (copy of Cairo tape?)
009.  Music and Speech (not PH), 5/28/??
010.  Mayn Khalaf - Ramallah (VERY DIFFICULT TO HEAR)
011.  Gaza Hospital/Beirut (VERY DIFFICULT TO HEAR)
012.  Father Shakaw (VERY DIFFICULT TO HEAR)
013.  Margurette Majer Kayyaid (VERY DIFFICULT TO HEAR)
014.  Beirut/Kastandi family (VERY DIFFICULT TO HEAR)

6.7 VHS tapes - Label notes provide indication of contents

001.  Le Corps de la Paix au Mali, 1998
001a.  Le Corps de la Paix au Mali, copy 2, 1998
001b.  Le Corps de la Paix au Mali, copy 3, 1998, 1999
002.  [Perdita Huston ITW #1], undated
003.  [Perdita Huston ITW #2], undated
004.  "Developing Stories" And the dish ran away w/ the spoon, undated
005.  More Perdita Huston--Causerie--Debat sur la Goisiere a bord du Kankou Moussa, undated
007.  [Patrimoine--Poverty], undated
008.  [Dogon Document] -- Dogon is a Mali culture/tribe, undated
008a.  [Dogon], undated
009.  [Dr. Zaglul daughter (unedited) 100 y. celebration], 1989 November 10
010.  [Fleuve Niger Mere Noir]
011.  [PAIB-- Un projet novateur - 21 min; An Innovating Project - 15 min]

6.8 Floppy disks - Families As We Are

This subseries contains 104 3.5" floppy disks and 4 5.25" floppy disks. Most of the content is related to The Global Family Project and Huston's book Families As We Are, including interview transcripts, drafts and edited files, dated from 1992-1998. A smaller number of disks contain content related to other projects, some as early as 1990, including UNICEF, UNIFEM and Peace Corps. In addition, there are TGFP administrative files, including donor lists and general system backup, as well as Huston's correspondence from 1994-1996, personal files and resumes. The latest disk in the series is a backup disk dated 5/2001.

001.  4 5.25" floppy disks - Mali #1; Mali #2 #3; Mali #4 #5; Asia (Thailand 1, 2 3, 11, 12 13) Asia 18 19 (China 7 8)
002.  Pioneer files #1
003.  Pioneers #2
004.  PEACE CORPS diversity
005.  COPY EDITED By Jean
006.  FP [?] - BLURBS captions, taxes, [?] final
007.  UNIFEM, P. HUSTON, UNIFEM ASSIGNMENTS, 1992
008.  JAPAN, CHINA, BANGLA, 1992
009.  country files '93, BACKUP - JULY 93, 1993 July
010.  Asia 11-12-13, Thailand 1, 2 + 3, China 7 +8 = (Asia 18 +19)
011.  UNICEF MANUSCRIPT -94, interviewee list/6.0 Disk for PH: interviewee lists, unicef manuscript
012.  1 ARTICLES, 2 PH - BOOK
013.  CHINA #11
014.  CHINA 7, CHINA 8
015.  CHINA 9 10
016.  4 Asia
017.  Bangladesh 1-6
018.  Japan family DOS
019.  MAC format, ASIA 11, 12, 13
020.  ASIA, THAILAND, Tape 14, Tape 15
021.  Tapes THAILAND 16-17
022.  Africa/Asia, DOS
023.  Mali 1-2, Word Perfect, 10/16/1994 +BRAZIL, 1994
024.  cc Brazil all files
025.  UNICEF chapters, Mali, WPerfect, 10/21/94, 1994 October 21
026.  MALI 1
027.  AFRICA 2, MALI 2 + 3
028.  AFRICA, MALI #4 #5
029.  MALI 6, 7, 8
030.  UGANDA TAPES 1 2, end of MALI/start of UGANDA
031.  UGANDA #6/EGYPT #1
032.  UGANDA TAPES #3, 4 5
033.  EGYPT 2_3_4, already copied to WP
034.  EGYPT 5 JORDAN 1 2, copied to WP
035.  JORDAN 3, JORDAN 4
036.  JORDAN #5, #6
037.  USA, WVA 1, WVA 2, WVA 3
038.  THE GLOBAL FAMILY PROJECT, BOWMAN FAMILY, BISHOP, CA (10 tapes)
039.  Manuscript, Manhood Chapt VI, Children 8/26, elders 3, elder cont.
040.  AFRICA -1, Mali, Uganda, Jordan, Egypt
041.  USA families
042.  copy disk, phone list, GERTRUDE/FWCU
043.  publish, [?], USA interviews
044.  Asia cont'd, personal, manu, pierre
045.  Africa
046.  Africa, Asia
047.  family, Africa/Mali, Jordan
048.  [unlabeled]
049.  FAMBOOK DRAFTS 4-1, to date Sep 15, 95, 1995 September 15
050.  Background files from PH, Kathy family files
051.  [?] edited submissions, Alexander Hill
052.  PH's f, DOS
053.  Permit's partially converted JK, DOS, child summit
054.  FINAL VERSIONS FOR TRANSFER TO LAPTOP, QUOTES
055.  1, 2, 5, 6, 7, 8
056.  final DRAFT version - stats, women - Chapt IV + Milena stats
057.  EDITED woman four, children 8
058.  Perdita Huston, Ch: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, intro, table
059.  WORKING COPY, 3, 4, 9, 10, intro/oct + letters, TABLE CON.
060.  Youth-formatted-MSW, Youth-formatted-wper, Shayna
061.  PROFILES/ORIG VERSION, BIBLIOGRAPHY
062.  bowman 2, bowman trans., dysfunction (old), (orig), [?]...
063.  Chapter VIII, NATURE, Nature formatted - wper, Nature formatted - msw
064.  TIMBUKTU ART
065.  Back up - Book -
066.  NATURE - 8, working copy, HEALTH - 9, + DYSFUNCTION - 10, Bowman
067.  Snippet files, Dec '96, 1996 December
068.  Elders, Youth, working copy
069.  saved files/directions, core - 97, consult, publish/thru [?], 1997
070.  Chapters June '98 - 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, 1998 June
071.  Unicef manus: thai - USA, snippets
072.  Unicef manuscript chapters: Bangla to Mali
073.  Directing, publisher/[?] -4, donors
074.  completed SNIPPETS, Sept 1998, 1998 September
075.  [unlabeled]
076.  [blank label]
077.  Global Family EWG
078.  Global Family Project
079.  Alissa
080.  TGFP logo
081.  TGFP
082.  TGFP - Background Materials
083.  OLD ARTICLES FILED - published
084.  TGFP - translated disk 1
085.  TGFP - translated disk 2
086.  TGFP - translated disk 3
087.  TGFP - disk 4 (translated)
088.  TGFP - translated disk 5
089.  GLOBAL FAMILY PROJECT OFFICE COMPUTER BOOT DISK + BACKUP SYSTEM FILES
090.  Fact sheet + fax sheet
091.  The Global Family Project, Printer Disk
092.  Jeanne Kim, IYF logo 9/93, 1993 September
093.  PERSONAL FILES 93-94-95, 1993-1995
094.  1994 - consult 1, croff rf 2, family 3, pierre 4, 1995 - consult, 1994-1995
095.  SPEECHES: 92, 93, 94-95, 1992-1995
096.  Resume wpd
097.  1 CORR - 94, 2 donor - 94, 3 televiso, 4 donor - 95, 1994-1995
098.  DONORS, Perdita, donors, IBM, DOS
099.  MISC CORRESP
100.  PLAT 11 JAN 95, GERTRUDE, 1995 January
101.  WPGO, Directories/files: inter.lst: list of interviewees, corr 95, FEMPRESS, EMPRESS CORR 95 incomplete, 1995
102.  CORRESPOND. 95, 1995
103.  1996 correspondence, 1996
104.  correspondence, 7/17/01, resume, include latest 3/01, 2001 March-July 17
105.  Back up, 5/10/01, Launch, invite list 5/14, 2001 May 10-14

VII. Global Family Project – Families As We Are

7.1 Research/Notes

001.  Environment/Nature
002.  IV Womanhood
003.  Trafficking
004.  Child, Infant References
005.  American References
006.  Circumcision
007.  Child Prostitution
008.  Manhood
009.  VII Parenting
010.  X Fathering
011.  Children/Family
012.  Teen Pregnancy
013.  Substance Abuse
014.  Juvenile Crime
018.  Statistics
019-020.  Cultural Tourism - Australia
021-022.  Heritage Foundation Family Issues
023.  Third White House Conference on Families
024.  Alquere
025.  Gender and Aging/Caregiving
026-027.  General
028-029.  Household Leadership and Fathers

7.2 Country Research

030.  Briefing Binder/Aisa
031-32.  Briefing Binder/Japan
033.  Briefing Binder/China
034.  Briefing Binder/Thailand
035.  Briefing Binder/Bangladesh
036.  Briefing Binder/Treatments IFY
037-041.  Briefing Binder/Correspondence
042.  Briefing Binder/TV Contacts
043.  Briefing Binder/Schedules
044.  Briefing Binder/Mail Received
045.  Briefing Binder/Telephone Lists
046.  Briefing Binder/PH Resume 1992
047.  Briefing Binder/Agenda
048.  Briefing Binder/Budgets
049.  Briefing Binder/Overview Notes
050.  Briefing Binder/Bills, Receipts
051.  Family 1, June 1992 [notebook]
052.  Family 2, July 1993 [notebook]
053.  Family 2, December 1993-June 1994 [notebook]
054.  Family 4, June - December 1994 [notebook]
055.  Family 5, March 1995 - June 1996 [notebook]
056.  Family 6, March 1994 - November 1996 [notebook]
057.  Japan Contacts
058.  Japan Clippings
059-60.  Japan Misc. Information
062-63.  Japan Correspondence
064.  Japan, September 1992 [notebook]
065.  Thailand Correspondence
066.  Thailand Contacts
067.  Thailand Misc. Information
068.  Thailand, November 1992 [notebook]
069.  Bangladesh Correspondence
070-071.  Bangladesh Notes
072.  Bangladesh Contacts
073-074.  Bangladesh Clippings
075.  Bangladesh, November-December 1992 [notebook]
076.  China Contacts
077.  China Correspondence
078.  China, December 1992 [notebook]
079-080.  China Clippings
081.  China Misc. Information
082.  Mali Contacts
083-084.  Mali Notes and Clippings
085.  Mali, March 1993 [notebook]
086.  Uganda Correspondence
087-088.  Uganda Notes
090.  Uganda, April 1993 [notebook]
091.  Egypt Clippings
092.  Egypt Notes
093.  Egypt Correspondence
094.  Jordan Notes
095.  Jordan Contacts
096.  Jordan Misc. Information
097.  Jordan Correspondence
098.  El Salvador Notes
099.  El Salvador Clippings
100.  El Salvador Correspondence
101.  El Salvador Misc.
102.  El Salvador Contacts
103.  El Salvador, August 1993 [notebook]
104.  USA Correspondence
106-107.  USA Contacts
108.  USA, November 1993-June 1994 [notebook]
109.  Brazil Correspondence
110.  Brazil Contacts
111.  Misc. Information
112.  Brazil, April 1994 [notebook]
113.  Sweden

7.3 Unedited Interview Transcripts

114.  Japan: Notes, Diary, Interviews
115.  Japan Tape 1
116.  Japan Tape 2
117.  Japan Tape 3
118.  Japan Tape 4
119.  Japan Tape 5
120.  Japan Tape 6
121.  Japan Tape 7
122.  Japan Tape 8
123.  Japan Tape 9
124.  Japan Tape 10
125.  Thailand Tape 1
126.  Thailand Tape 2
127.  Thailand Tape 3
128.  Thailand Tape 4
129.  Thailand Tape 5
130.  Thailand Tape 6
131.  Thailand Tape 7
132.  Bangladesh: Notes, Diaries, Interviews
133.  Bangladesh Tape 1
134.  Bangladesh Tape 2
136.  Bangladesh Tape 4
137.  Bangladesh Tape 5
138.  Bangladesh Tape 6
139.  China: Notes, Diaries, Interviews
140.  China Tape 1
141.  China Tape 2
142.  China Tape 3
143.  China Tape 4
144.  China Tape 5
145.  Mali: Notes, Diaries, Interviews
146.  Mali M-Tape 1
147.  Mali M-Tape 2
148.  Mali M-Tape 3
149.  Mali M-Tape 4
150.  Mali M-Tape 5
151.  Mali M-Tape 6
152.  Mali M-Tape 7
153.  Mali, Peul Family
154.  Uganda Introduction
155.  Uganda Tapes 1-3
156.  Uganda Tapes 4-6
157.  Egypt: Notes, Diaries, Interviews
158.  Egypt E-Tape 1
159.  Egypt E-Tape 2
160.  Egypt E-Tape 3
161.  Egypt E-Tape 4
162.  Egypt E-Tape 5
163.  Jordan: Notes, Diaries, Interviews
164.  Jordan Tape 1
165.  Jordan Tape 2
166.  Jordan Tape 3
167.  Jordan Tape 4
168.  Jordan Tape 5
169.  Jordan Tape 6
170.  El Salvador Introduction
171.  El Salvador Tapes 1-10
172.  El Salvador Tapes 11-22
173.  USA - Mangum Family Tape 1
174.  USA - Mangum Family Tape 2
175.  USA - Mangum Family Tape 3
176.  USA - Mangum Family Tape 4
177.  USA - Mangum Family Tape 5
178.  USA - Mangum Family Tape 6
179.  USA - Mangum Family Tape 7

7.4 Edited Interview Transcripts

180-181.  Japan Notes
182.  Japan Nakasawa Family
183.  Japan Takei/Tanaka Family
184.  Japan Takano/Saito Family
185.  Japan Group Discussion
186.  Japan Iinuma Family
187.  Japan Tanaka (miner) Family
188.  Thailand Notes
190.  Thailand Export
191.  Thailand Street
192.  Thailand Slum Grandparents
193.  Thailand Slum Family
194.  Thailand GAO/HIV
195.  Thailand Refugee
196.  Bangladesh Notes
197.  Bangladesh Sofali
198-199.  Bangladesh Garment
199a.  Bangladesh Rita
200.  Bangladesh Farmer
201.  Bangladesh Migrant
202.  Bangladesh Misc. Information
203-204.  China Notes
205.  China Professor
206.  China Shanghai Farmers
207.  China Shanghai Glass
208.  China Hui Cadre
209.  China Hui Intellect
210.  China Hui Peasant
211.  Mali Notes
212.  Mali Asseton
213.  Mali Goundaka
214.  Mali Mards
215.  Mali Sissoko
216.  Mali Senou
217.  Mali Bozo
218.  Mali Youth Mopti
219.  Mali Jouarey
220-221.  Egypt Notes
222.  Egypt Seberbay
223.  Egypt Cairo
224.  Egypt Sansour
225.  Jordan Larman Family
226.  Jordan El Qayyedeh
227.  Jordan Notes
228.  Jordan Abu Faisal Family
229.  Jordan El Sherif Family
230.  Jordan Naser Hussein Masshdur Family
231.  Jordan Masshdur Family
232.  Jordan Moussa Family
233-234.  USA Mangum Family

7.5 Drafts/Page Proofs

235-238.  The New Hearth [notes, book drafts, proposal]
239-245.  New Familyhood [notes, book drafts, proposal]
246.  Introduction
247.  Introduction and Chapter 1
248-249.  Family Health, Personal Risks
250-254.  Health Chapter Research
255.  Chapter VI
256.  Chapter Notes
257.  Conclusion moved to OVS folder at the side of the box
258-259.  Conclusion
260.  Introduction
261.  Outline
262.  Launch
263.  Jacket edits
264.  Draft and publicity letters
265.  Foreward by Richard C.  Holbrook
266-268.  Preliminary Draft
269.  Clarifications
270-272.  Corrected MS
273-275.  Page proofs with corrections
276.  MS with corrections from Donald Young
277-281.  Advanced reading copy
282.  Pre-publication sample

7.6 Funding and Publication

283.  Correspondence on funding, 1976-1978
284.  CEPEDA funding, 1982-1996
285-286.  IYF correspondence with Henrk Sokalski, etc., 1992-1995
287-288.  UNICEF Expenses 1992-1993
289.  Correspondence UNEP Funding, 1990-1994
290.  Contracts/Funding Correspondence, 1991-1996
291-292.  Contracts Inter-Agency Committee, 119-1995
293.  Publishers, 1977-1993
294.  The Feminist Press, 1996-2000
295-297.  TV series, 1992-1993
298.  Correspondence, 1993-1994
299.  International Family Day, 1997-2001
300.  International Family Day, 1993
301.  Budgets, 1992
302.  UNICEF Correspondence, 1988-1995
303.  Articles by PH about TGFP
304.  Endorsements, 1992-1993
305.  Stanley Staniski, Photographer, 1990-1992
306.  Contracts/Releases/Promotion, 2000-2001
307.  Donor Correspondence, 1990-1996
308.  TGFP General Information
309.  Proposal/Package, 1990-1994
310.  Proposal Family, 1992
311.  Book Proposal – “Tough Crocodiles"
312.  Conference Speeches, 1989-1990
313.  Families As We Are post-publication letters to Huston, 2001
314.  Families As We Are book promotion, 2001
315.  Families As We Are Washington DC reception, 2001
316.  Families As We Are blurbs, reviews, discussion guide, 2001

7.7 Photographs - Families As We Are

001-002.  Bangladesh, 1992
003-005.  China, 1992
006.  Japan, 1992
007.  Thailand, 1992
008.  Egypt, 1993
009-011.  El Salvador, 1993
012.  Jordan, 1993
013-015.  Mali, 1993
016.  Missouri, USA, 1993
017.  Uganda, 1993
018.  California, USA, circa 1994
019.  Brazil, 1994
020.  Chapter I, 1992-1994
021.  Chapter I rejects, 1992-1994
022.  Chapter II, 1992-1994
023.  Chapter III, 1992-1994
024.  Chapter IV, 1992-1994
025.  Chapter IV leftover, 1992-1994
026.  Chapter V, 1992-1994
027.  Chapter V leftover, 1992-1994
028.  Chapter VI, 1992-1994
029.  Chapter VII -- youth, 1992-1994
030.  Chapter VIII, 1992-1994
031.  Chapter IX, 1992-1994
032.  Chapter X, 1992-1994
033.  Unidentified woman, man in Paris, 1929, 1935
034.  Unidentified woman, undated
035.  B W Lantern Slide (cracked)--Bulgaria. Two Women and Girl at Outdoor Oven for Bread and Meat During Summer., 1930 June

7.8 Periodicals and reports, 1970-2000

001.  The Swedish Child (Wester, Astrid), 1970
002.  Becoming Aware: human rights and the family (Gallagher, Margaret), 1985
003.  The World According to Wicked Willie (Joliffe, Gray and Mayle, Peter), 1988
004.  American Families: 75 Years of Change (US Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics), 1990
005.  Proceedings of the Meetings of Senior Officials on Drug Abuse Issues in Asia and the Pacific (UN), 1991
006.  Changing Role of the Family as a Social Institution in Development in the Asia-Pacific Region (UN), 1991
007.  The Silent Endurance (Khattalo, Hind A. S., UNICEF), 1992
008.  ASHA: Situation Analysis of Children and Women in Bangladesh (UNICEF), 1992
009.  Families: Celebration and Hope in a World of Change (Boyden, Jo), 1993
010.  1994 International Year of the Family (UN), 1994
011.  Families in Transition (Leidenfrost, Nancy B., Ed., International Federation for Home Economics), 1994
012.  Families in Focus: New Perspectives on Mothers, Fathers and Children (Bruce, J., Lloyd, C. B., Leonard, A.), 1995
013.  Mutilation Genitale Feminine (Toubia, Nahid), 1995
014.  Transnational Associations, The Review of the Union of Transnational Associations (No. 1), 1998
015.  Lives Together, Worlds Apart: Men and Women in a Time of Change (UNFPA), 2000
016.  Nature's Place: Human Population and the Future of Biological Diversity (Cincotta, P. and Engelman, Robert), 2000
017.  People in the Balance (Population Action International, Engelman, Robert), 2000
018.  From Rice Truck to Paddy Field (Thorn, Linda), undated

VIII. Biographical Material, Photographs and End-of-Life documents, 1936-2001

This series contains biographical information, including resumes, biographical sketches, and letters recommending Huston for awards, as well as a wealth of photographs of Huston, her family, colleagues and various heads of state. This series also contains documents related to the end of Huston's life, including her suicide letters and end-of-life planning documents.

8.1 Biographical Material and Photographs, 1936-2000

001.  Biographical material--Certificates (birth, baptism, school); yearbook page
002.  Biographical material--3 envelopes baby hair clippings, 1937-1939, undated
003.  Biographical material--poem by great-grandmother Louisa Farnham, ca. 1852
004.  Biographical material--poems by grandmother Althea Farnham Brooks, 1934, 1945
005.  Biographical material--writings by mother Marion Althea Brooks Huston, 1993
006.  Biographical material--letter from grandfather Roy Huston, 1958
007.  Biographical material--Obituary, 2001
008.  Biographical material--family obituaries, 1961, 1974
009.  Biographical material--press passes (2), 1953, 1971
010.  Biographical material--Huston-Champey marriage, divorce and child support, 1957-1975
011.  Biographical material--Perdita pleurisy hospitalization papers, 1966
012.  Biographical material--photo IDs (2)
013.  Biographical material--Passports (8)
014.  Biographical material--Foreign travel permits
015.  Biographical material--National Writers Union ID cards
016.  Biographical material--United Nations Association Certificate, 1996
017.  Biographical material--Employment documents and reference letters, 1958-1964
018.  Biographical material--Tax returns and Time/Life tax papers, 1967-1969
019.  Biographical material—Time/Life pay deposits and other Paris financial papers, 1967-1990
020.  Biographical material--International Telecommunication Union hiring letter, 1968
021.  Biographical material--Medical report, 1983
022.  Biographical material--International driver's license, 1997
023.  Biographical material--Huston-Diennet marriage, divorce and child support, 1972-1978
024.  Biographical material--Huston-Diennet child support documents, 1980-1997
025.  Margaret Mead Award, 1980
026.  McArthur Foundation Nomination, 1981
027.  Wilson Award Nomination, 1981
028.  Nominations and honors, 1975-1994
029.  McArthur Foundation Award Nominator, 1991-1992
030.  Biographical material, 1980-1995
031.  Biographical material--E-mail correspondence with Anne Zill, 2000-2001
032.  Appointment Book (At-A-Glance), 2001
033.  Biographical material--Carol Kessler research material
034.  Biographical material--MWWC dedication of Perdita Huston Collection, 4/2005,
035.  Biographical material--1st Purple Starfish Award, 2006
036.  Biographical material--Purple Starfish Awards article
037.  Biographical material--P. Diennet play "Perdita", 2006
038.  Scans of Rolodex (actual Rolodex in box with papers in ms room)
039.  Photographs-baby Perdita and parents, ca. 1936
040.  Photographs--Perdita and sister ca. 1939, ca. 1939
041.  Photographs--Perdita, Francoise, Yves in Tunis (2), ca. 1959
041a.  Life Magazine--7 copies containing photographic works by Enrica Sarsini
042.  Photographs--Trouville (Perdita, Francoise, Jenny, others), ca. 1970
043.  Photographs--childhood
044.  Photographs--ca. 1950s
045.  Photographs--ca. 1960s
046.  Photographs--ca. 1970s
047.  Photographs--ca. 1980s
048.  Photographs--ca. 1990s-2000s
049.  Photographs--scans of P. Huston photos--childhood, adulthood, career
050.  French newspaper printed 5/2/1936 (PCH DOB) in hard cover, 1936
051.  ARBC Women's Coalition Project meeting notes panoramic, 1972
052.  Camp Laughing Loon panoramic photo (#1), 1948
053.  Camp Laughing Loon panoramic photo (#2), 1948
054.  Camp Laughing Loon panoramic photo, 1949
055.  CD compiled by MWWC--Huston photos, documents, clippings and Rolodex scans, 1936-2000

8.2  End-of-Life Documents, 2001

001.  PCH's suicide letters (2), 2001
002.  PCH's research re: suicide (assisted or not), 2001
003.  PCH's end-of-life planning -- literary executor, obituary notes, drafts, lists, 2001
004.  PCH's final resume and earlier version, 2001
005.  Notebook of medical information, 2001
006.  Lists of topics (memories?), not dated
007.  PCH copy of MWWC Deed of Gift, Cally Gurley correspondence, 2001
008.  Memorial service remembrances and other letters after PCH's death, 2001
009.  Audio cassette--Perdita Huston Memorial Gathering, 2001 December 10
010.  PCH newspaper obituaries, 2001
011.  IWTC Women's GlobalNet obituary for PCH, 2001
012.  Montgomery Hospice informational literature, 2001
013.  Hospice care documents from Montgomery Hospice folder, 2001

IX. Perdita Huston Human Rights Award 2002-2007

001.  Award founding documents, 2002
002.  Event planning documents, 2002-2003
003.  Award event documents, 2003
004.  Award event invitations and programs, 2003
005.  Award expenses and donations, 2002-2003
006.-012.  Award nominations for 2003 (7), 2002-2003
013.  Award ceremony photos, 2003
014.  Award planning pre- and post- for 2004, 2003-2004
015.-017.  Award nominations for 2004 (3), 2004
018.  Award event invitations, 2004
019.  Award event expenses for 2004, 2004-2005
020.  Award event photos, 2004
021.-025.  Award nominations for 2005 (5), 2005
026.  Award nominations additional information for 2005, 2005
027.  Award invitations, 2005
028.  Award planning, donations, attendees for 2006, 2005-2006
029.  Award nominations for 2006, 2006
030.  Award invitations and programs, 2006
031.  Award planning documents and R. Holbrooke correspondence, 2007
032.-034.  Award nominations for 2007 (3), 2007
035.  Award resource information, 2007
036.  Award invitations and programs, 2007
 

 

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