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Babcock, Eleanor

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Type: Biographies | Web sites | Color photographs | Sound recordings | Oral histories
Creator: Babcock, Eleanor Hope Crisler, 1931-
Brown, Amanda
Title: Babcock, Eleanor
Date: 2004 Apr. 19
Description: Biographical information, photographic image, abstract of oral history interview, and selected audio clips of Eleanor Hope Crisler Babcock, Atlanta-born homemaker, substitute teacher, mortgage loan counselor, insurance claims clerical supervisor, and an active member of the United Methodist Church, a number of community organizations, and various women's rights groups. Active throughout the late 1970s and early 1980s in Georgia People of Faith for ERA, Housewives for ERA (HERA), the Georgia chapter of NOW, and ERA Georgia, Inc., Babcock also lobbied Georgia legislators and marched in Washington, D.C. in support of the Equal Rights Amendment. The audio clip talks about her experience applying for her own credit card.
Subjects: Homemakers--Georgia--Biography | Equal rights amendments--United States | Sex discrimination against women--Law and legislation--Georgia | Equality before the law--Georgia | Women's rights--Georgia | Feminism--Georgia | Women political activists--Georgia--Biography | Women in politics--Georgia--Fulton County | Women in community organization--Georgia--Fulton County | Women in public life--Georgia--Fulton County | Housewives for E.R.A. | People of Faith for ERA | National Organization for Women. Georgia Chapter | Atlanta (Ga.) | Fulton County (Ga.)
Contributors: Georgia State University. Libraries. Special Collections | Georgia State University. Women's Studies Institute
Online Publisher: [Atlanta, Ga.] : Georgia State University. Library. Special Collections Department and Archives and the Women's Studies Institute of Georgia State University, 2005
Original Material: Oral history interview with Eleanor Hope Crisler Babcock, 2004 April 19
Rights and Usage: Cite as: Eleanor Babcock, Georgia Women's Movement Oral History Collection. Special Collections Department, Georgia State University, Atlanta, Ga.
Related Materials: System requirements: RealOne Player is required for listening to audio selections | Forms part of the Georgia Women's Movement Oral History Project Collection
Persistent Link to Item: http://www.library.gsu.edu/spcoll/women/oralhistory/interviews.asp?action=babcock

Related Institutions: Georgia State University. Libraries. Special Collections
Collection Information: Georgia Women's Movement Oral History Project Collection