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Institute Finding Aids: Social Issues

  • American National Red Cross. Amenia Chapter (Amenia, N.D.) (SC 4)
    Ledger consists of receipts and disbursements for the Amenia Chapter of the Red Cross, Junior Red Cross records, and membership lists with amount donated by each member.
  • Bovard, Jane (Mss 313)
    The Jane Bovard papers contain materials involving four organizations with which Bovard was involved: North Dakota Council for a Legal Safe Abortion, Fargo Women's Health Organization, Citizens for a Real Choice, and Red River Women's Clinic. In addition to records from these organizations, the papers contain a large collection of newspaper clippings in three formats: originals, photocopies, and clippings that were assembled into scrapbooks by Bovard, FWHO staff, and organization members.
  • Fargo Jewish Federation (SC 157)
    Typed copy of the 1952-1953 financial statement.
  • Lindgren, H. Elaine (Mss 272)
    Research papers assembled by two NDSU professors regarding the antiabortion protestors active in Fargo in early 1990s.
  • Lindgren, Jon G. (Mss 272)
    Research papers assembled by two NDSU professors regarding the antiabortion protestors active in Fargo in early 1990s.
  • Lindgren, Jon G. (Fargo Mayoral Records) (Mss 273)
    Lindgren's topical files kept while Fargo's mayor related to a number of local controversial issues.
  • North Dakota Childrens Home Finder (Mss 279)
    The North Dakota Childrens Home Finder was the official publication of the North Dakota Children's Home Society of Fargo. The society's purpose was to provide a home for orphans and to find homes for them through adoption.
  • North Dakota Right To Life Association. Fargo-Moorhead Chapter (Mss 139)
    The Fargo-Moorhead chapter of the North Dakota Right to Life Association was organized in February of 1972. It was organized as a "non-profit interfaith educational association" by Fargo citizens who believe that this life has dignity at all stages of development and that this life has certain rights guaranteed by the United States and North Dakota constitutions.
  • Prairie Lesbian/Gay Community (Mss 285)
    Fargo-Moorhead organization founded to support gays and lesbians and to promote understanding and eliminate prejudice and discrimination.
  • United Way Of Cass-Clay (Mss 254)
    Documents local Fargo-Moorhead organization dedicated to raising local funds to assist the human service programs of 36 member agencies.