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Papers, 1953-1999.

Author: Kate Millett; Sallie Bingham Center for Women's History and Culture.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The original collection (43000 items) documents Millett's activities as feminist writer, theorist, and artist, and includes extensive information about her personal life. Many files relate to her publications, artist colony, artwork, and shows; there are manuscripts, photographs, many categories of correspondence, financial and [553] electronic files, as well as materials relating to her advocacy for women's rights
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Genre/Form: Correspondence
Named Person: Kate Millett; Kate Millett; Kate Millett; Kate Millett; Kate Millett
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Kate Millett; Sallie Bingham Center for Women's History and Culture.
OCLC Number: 46345002
Notes: The addition to the collection is unprocessed. Cataloged from inventory and accession records.
Description: 68300 items.
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The original collection (43000 items) documents Millett's activities as feminist writer, theorist, and artist, and includes extensive information about her personal life. Many files relate to her publications, artist colony, artwork, and shows; there are manuscripts, photographs, many categories of correspondence, financial and [553] electronic files, as well as materials relating to her advocacy for women's rights in foreign countries. Acquired as part of the Sallie Bingham Center for Women's History and Culture. (00-264).

The addition to the collection (25300 items) further documents Millett's life as a feminist activist and artist, and includes a great deal of correspondence. Much of the collection pertains to her work with The Farm, an artist's colony she established. Other items document her early years in college, such as class notes, as well as her years as an instructor. A number of manuscripts are included, such as holographs of THE BASEMENT, THE LOONY-BIN TRIP, FLYING, and SEXUAL POLITICS. Clippings reflect her days of protest and activism for women's rights, including her deportation from Iran. (00-359).

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