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Fri Mar 21 17:13:01 2014 UTClccn-n800804580.00[Schlesinger Library Luncheon Series, 1979-1987]0.251.00[Videotape collection]59089104Barbara_Seamann 80080458461757Rosner, Barbara Annlccn-n2007074347Eldridge, Lauralccn-n50016802Susann, Jacquelinelccn-n86867628Seaman, Gideonnp-caruso, barbaraCaruso, Barbaranrtlccn-no94018831Recorded Books, Inclccn-n80060846Null, Garynp-woods, maryWoods, Maryviaf-69945039Dubbink, Marrelccn-n84173836WNED-TV (Television station : Buffalo, N.Y.)lccn-n81062763PBS VideoSeaman, BarbaraPopular worksBiographyHistoryHandbooks, manuals, etcEstrogen--Therapeutic useMenopause--Hormone therapyMenopauseOral contraceptives--Side effectsWomen--Health and hygieneNovelists, AmericanSusann, JacquelineContraceptionSex instruction for womenDiethylstilbestrol--Side effectsUnited StatesWomen's health services--Government policyOral contraceptivesHormone therapyMenopause--Hormone therapy--ComplicationsAlternative medicineFeminismWomen's rightsHormones, SexWomen's health servicesEstrogenDiethylstilbestrolBirth controlSeaman, BarbaraFriedan, BettyFeministsWomen--Social networksKennedy, Florynce,Massachusetts--BostonWomen political activistsEqual rights amendmentsPro-choice movementSmeal, EleanorMartin, DelHite, ShereDivorceUnited States.--Food and Drug AdministrationSanders, MarleneDrugs--Labeling--Law and legislationMillett, KateFinance, PersonalSeaman, Sylvia SFertility, HumanHealth educationPatient educationPatient advocacyMassachusettsSeaman, GideonNational Organization for WomenPublishers and publishing1935200819691970197219731974197519761977197819791980198119821983198519871988198919951996199920012002200320052006200820092010201120122014769547135618.175061RG186ocn417463249163812ocn052515011book20030.21Seaman, BarbaraThe greatest experiment ever performed on women : exploding the estrogen mythPopular worksExamines the use of estrogen in treating menopausal women, debunking myths about the use of hormones in preventing disease, detailing estrogen's detrimental health impact, and explaining when it is safe and helpful+-+380313132510213ocn166373338book20080.14Seaman, BarbaraThe no-nonsense guide to menopausePopular worksBarbara Seaman, a legendary figure in the women's health movement, and Laura Eldridge have written a comprehensive, easy-to-use resource that will give you all the information you need to make smart and informed decisions that will put you in control during this time of transition--medically, psychologically, sexually, and even financially. With the latest research on everything from hormone replacement therapy to skin creams to preventing osteoporosis, this is the definitive manual. You'll find out which changes are expected and natural and which can be a cause for concern; how hormonal shifts can affect your heart, your sex life, and your mood; and what you can do to address these issues. Perhaps most important, you'll learn how to evaluate what you read in magazines, hear on the news, and are told by your doctor, so you can distinguish between solid facts and dubious claims.--From publisher description+-+23212789259648ocn015016059book19870.18Seaman, BarbaraLovely me : the life of Jacqueline SusannBiography+-+628818333690814ocn000030564book19690.29Seaman, BarbaraThe doctors' case against the pillPopular works+-+063684243576015ocn002968656book19770.32Seaman, BarbaraWomen and the crisis in sex hormones67114ocn000340260book19720.53Seaman, BarbaraFree and female; the sex life of the contemporary woman6444ocn057225167file20030.12Seaman, BarbaraThe greatest experiment ever performed on women exploding the estrogen mythPopular worksIn America 30 million women take estrogen. Seaman shows that this powerful hormone is hardly the cure-all some claim it is. In fact, estrogen treatments may increase the risk of cancer, heart disease, and osteoporosis4606ocn041959223book19990.22Null, GaryFor women only! : your guide to health empowermentHandbooks, manuals, etcThis book is a guide to basic, hard-to-find health care information packed with alternative approaches and solutions to a wide range of health issues, and a history of the women writers, practioners, and equal rights advocates who have struggled to protect a woman's right to the best health care information and treatments available+-+60657783064153ocn610144564book20120.32Seaman, BarbaraVoices of the women's health movementHistoryExplores a range of health topics concerning women, from reproductive rights to motherhood, and details the history of the women's health movement through essays and speeches by prominent women's health advocates+-+1993778306523ocn779245467book20120.15Voices of the women's health movementHistory"Highlights include influential writings on birth control, menstruation, pregnancy and birthing, motherhood, menopause, abortion, and lesbian, bisexual and transgender health"--Cover321ocn779541960book20120.17Voices of the women's health movementHistory"Highlights include influential writings on sex, rape and violence against women, body image, informed consent, self-help gynecology, patient advocacy, and the mind-body connection"--Cover183ocn795820554com20120.14Voices of the women's health movementHistoryAn unprecedented and definitive collection of rabble-rousing writings on women's health,Voices of the Women's Health MovementVoices of the Women's Health Movement Volume Two highlights include influential writings on sex, rape and violence against women, body image, informed consent, self-help gynecology, patient advocacy, and the mind-body connection183ocn034427538book19820.66Seaman, BarbaraDe la contraception à la ménopause : dossier hormones154ocn068529384book19700.28Seaman, BarbaraÄrzte contra pille : Argumente der Wissenschaft124ocn174130587book20080.10Seaman, BarbaraBody politic : dispatches from the women's health revolutionHistory+-+199377830671ocn064177242book19740.29Seaman, BarbaraEen feministische visie op het seksuele leven van de hedendaagse vrouwOorspr. titel: Free and female71ocn020819093rcrd19890.19Seaman, BarbaraLovely me the life of Jacqueline SusannBiography71ocn025981381book19700.24Seaman, BarbaraDe pil61ocn757148592book20120.18Voices of a women's health movementHistory51ocn073851864book19700.47Seaman, BarbaraÄrzte contra Pille Argumente d. Wiss13ocn792760940mix1.00Seaman, BarbaraThis collection documents the personal and professional life of Barbara Seaman and contains correspondence, photographs, drafts, interview transcripts, speeches, reports, and articles. The bulk of the collection focuses on Seaman's career as a women's health activist and writer11ocn086145863visu1.00National Abortion Rights Action League[Videotape collection]Talk show interviews and debates, news reports, speeches, narrated programs, TV spots, and footage of the 1986 NARAL conference and march in Washington, D.C. Speakers on both sides of the issue cover such topics as rape and incest, federal funding of abortions, morality, sexual ethics, abortion clinic bombings, illegal abortion, the black liberation movement, women's rights, men's rights, the Roe v. Wade decision, and the Reagan era12ocn232006979mix1.00Seaman, BarbaraContains correspondence; letters from readers; drafts of articles; minutes, reports and printed material of the National Women's Health Network; photos; tapes; and background material on women's health care11ocn782124314mix1.00Tully-Crenshaw Feminist Oral History ProjectThe collection includes audiotapes and transcripts of interviews with forty-four activists in the National Organization for Women, biographical information, and photographs. Also included are transcripts of a September 12, 1991, roundtable discussion among five early members of NOW concerning a major split in the organization in 1975; transcript of a workshop (NOW national meeting, January 10, 1992) on the origins of NOW; transcript of discussion on the founding of NOW LDEF (Armonk, New York, July 19, 1992); and transcripts of toasts from Betty Friedan's 75th birthday party in 1996. Two interviews, with Karen DeCrow and Wilma Scott Heide, were conducted in 1980 and 1981, and were included with this project at the request of Mary Jean Tully11ocn122387367mix1.00Boston Women's Health Book CollectiveCollection includes organizational histories; agendas, minutes, and notes from meetings; correspondence among board members; letters from readers; drafts of books; material from other women's health organizations; questionnaires; interviews; printed matter; clippings; etc11ocn428433930rcrd1.00Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America[Luncheon Series audiotape collection]Personal narrativesCollection consists of audiotapes of talks given by speakers featured during the Schlesinger Library luncheon series, 1979-1987. Most of the speakers are donors of manuscript collections housed at the library12ocn232008670book1.00Cohen, MarciaHistoryCollection consists of correspondence, minutes, etc., concerning the New York chapter of the National Organization for Women; other women's movement material including information about the counter-demonstration at the Miss America pagent in 1968, and transcrips of interviews conducted by Cohen with Dolores Alexander, Ti-Grace Atkinson, Ivy Bottini, Susan Brownmiller, Jean Faust, Muriel Fox, Betty Friedan, Lois Gould, Germaine Greer, Florynce Kennedy, Kate Millett, Letty Cottin Pogrebin, Betty Rollin, Alice Rossi, Barbara Seaman, and Marlo Thomas11ocn122593412visu1.00Friedan, Betty[Videotape collection]Three television talk show interviews, a lecture, an interview, a television commercial, footage of Friedan at home conversing with friends, and pro-choice demonstrations. Topics include the role of communications media in the women's movement, housework, sex hormones, mothers and daughters, the 1970s campaign for the ERA, ageism, and sex discrimination laws01ocn122471577visu1.00Seaman, Barbara[Videotape collection]Consists of two talk-show interviews (ca. 1979) with Seaman and her then husband, Gideon Seaman, about the dangers of the birth control pill and other estrogen products, and one talk-show panel discussion (ca. 1977) with Seaman and four obstetrician-gynecologists debating use of the pill and FDA labeling01ocn427298863rcrdArthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America[Schlesinger Library Luncheon Series, 1979-1987]Personal narrativesPersonal narratives AmericanTalks given by speakers featured during the Schlesinger Library luncheon series, 1979-1987. There are related collections at the Library for most speakers or topics presented. Speakers include: Clara M. Beyer, Mary Calderone, Antonia Chayes, Julia Child, Alice Cope, Virginia Foster Durr, Mary Eastwood, Sara Ehrmann, Abigail Adams Eliot, Nancy A. Gleason and Sue Lyman, Betty Friedan, Diane Goldman and Trish Griffin-Carty, Harriet Griswold, Elinor Guggenheimer, Anna Hedgeman, Grace Murray Hopper, Florence Howe, Elizabeth May, Lucy Mitchell, Emily Mudd, Hildegard E. Peplau, Esther Peterson, Harriet F. Pilpel, Marguerite Queneau, Marguerite Rawalt, Bernice Sandler, Barbara Seaman, Sylvia Seaman, Martha Hodes, Muriel Snowden, Maida Solomon, Olivia Stokes, Ruth Streeter, Ann Tanneyhill, Lou Ann Walker, Anne Thomson Waller and John Thomson, Dorothy West, Deborah Wolfe, and Louise Young+-+3803131325+-+3803131325Fri Mar 21 15:34:55 EDT 2014batch21139