Found in 23 Collections and/or Records:
The clippings include folders containing items about the organizations with which Moxon was involved. There are, in particular, a number of items relating to the Equal Rights Amendment. Other folders in this series contain items discussing broader, topical issues, such as abortion, education, sexual harassment, and feminism.
The Women sub-series reflects Keyserling’s interest in the role of women legislators, both state and national, and social issues affecting women, such as abortion, employment, and the Equal Rights Amendment. Abortion papers document Keyserling’s strong support of a woman's right to choose. The Human Life Protection Bill file relates to Keyserling’s vigorous opposition to this proposed legislation to outlaw abortion.
Clippings document her family, the “Cokes for Candy” campaign at Wheaton, her County Council and House campaigns, and her work in the General Assembly, most notably regarding issues of ethics, the environment, and the Confederate Flag. Also of note are scrapbooks that include clippings from all of her campaigns as well as her time at Wheaton. They are housed with SCPC scrapbooks.
Public papers make up the largest series of the collection with roughly 16 linear feet of material. These papers contain material relating to Harvin’s legislative efforts. The General Assembly files contain documents regarding Harvin’s work on the Ways and Means Committee, as well as his many legislative efforts while in office. Arranged in alphabetical order, these topics also reflect Harvin’s special interest in education, health, and transportation.