16. Nancy Carnegie Rockefeller
Scope and Content
"The Emergence of Political Women in Connecticut: 1920-1945" project interviewed women who were active in the political life of Connecticut between 1920 and 1945. There are 21 transcripts.
Also in the collection is the transcript of a series of interviews conducted in 2008 with Senator George L. "Doc" Gunther.
Language of Materials
The records are in English.
Restrictions on Access
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Biographical / Historical
Mrs. Rockefeller was among the organizers of a birth control clinic for Connecticut women in Port Chester, N.Y. in 1932, and established the Greenwich Maternal Health Center in 1935, an illegal birth control clinic. After World Ward II her interests had been housing and care for the elderly. Mrs. Rockefeller resided in Greenwich and was 80 years old at the time of the interview.
From the Collection: .75 cubic feet