UNO Women’s Resource Center Student Agency Records
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The records of the UNO Women’s Resource Center student agency include administrative material created by the student agency as well as print and digital photographs (circa 1995-2014) and newsletters (circa 1995-1998) documenting the organization’s activities. A statement of purpose for the Women’s Resource from 1977 is the oldest document in the collection. The collection includes twelve signs created for the 2015 Homecoming drag show; one sign was deliberately ripped as part of that show's production. Twelve folders were transferred from the University Archives File Cabinet Collection. The folder titles are: Information Concerning the Center, Miscellaneous Information, Programs, Publications--"Campus Resources Handbook," Publications--"On Women" 1985-1989, Publications--"W.R.C. Network" (Began: June 27, 1994), Publications--"W.R.C. Newsletter" 1981-1984, Publications--"Reflections" 1977-1981, Publications--"Women Aloud" (Began with issue #2, November, 1992. Issue #1 (dated August, 1992) was entitled: "Women's Resource Center Newsletter"), Publications--"Women's Resource Center Guide To Publicity," Developed by Helene Quigley, 1985, Publications--"Women's Resource Center Newsletter" 1990-1992 (Became "Women Aloud" with the November, 1992 issue), Reports--Quarterly Report to the Student Senate.
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