Virginia: Oral Interview with Mary Marshall (Part 2 of 2) and Comments of Shirley Tate
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Continuation of oral interview with Virginia legislator Mary Marshall. Second half of the recording consists of the comments of League of Women Voters president Shirley Tate.
Subject Headings (Library of Congress)
Marshall, Mary; Women legislators; Divorce -- Law and legislation -- Virginia; Children; Women's issues; Stone, Kathryn Haesler; Democratic Party (Va.); African American legislators -- Virginia; Equal Rights Amendments; League of Women Voters; Women's Roundtable; McDiarmid, Dorothy S.; Watts, Vivian E.; Tate, Shirley
Southern Women Legislators Collection (MUM00422). Archives and Special Collections, University of Mississippi Libraries
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