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TABLE OF CONTENTS


Overview

Biographical Note

Scope and Contents of the Collection

Arrangement of the Collection

Restrictions

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Series 1:General Office Files

Series 2: Subject Files

Series 3: Biofiles

Series 4: Organizations

Series 5: Printed Materials

Series 6: Press Packets

Series 7: Election and Voter Information Guides

Series 8: Newsclippings

Series 9: Binders

Series 10: Photographs

Series 11: Publications

Series 12: Posters, Banners, Signs

Series 13: Miscellaneous

Texas Woman's University, the Woman's Collection

Choice Foundation

An Inventory to the Collection



Overview

Creator: Choice Foundation
Title: Choice Foundation
Date: 1980-2000.
Abstract: A non-profit, educational organization working at the local level in Dallas, Texas, to promote and protect full reproductive freedom for all women. Serves as a resource clearinghouse for information and education. Summary Correspondence, educational pamphlets and brochures, photographs, posters, and clipping files educating the public about the issue of abortion rights. Includes files on Mary Gilmore and Charlotte Taft who started Choice; a fund established honoring Roise Jimenez, the first woman on Medicaid who died of an illegal abortion; politicians and their stands on the issue; testimonials from women who received abortions; and, the North Texas Abortion Rights League (NTARL). Also includes correspondence, files, brochures, signs and posters, and hate mail from pro-life groups and individuals. The Choice Foundation is listed under the 501(c)3 as Freedom of Choice.
Location: Mss. 683
Size: 35 cubic feet; 2 boxes and miscellaneous materials located in Basement; Materials in map Drawer #20
Repository Texas Woman's University, the Woman's Collection

Biographical Note

A non-profit educational organization working at the local level in Dallas, Texas, to promote and protect full reproductive freedom for all women. Serves as a resource clearinghouse for information and education.

The Choice Foundation is listed under the 501(c)3 as Freedom of Choice.

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Scope and Contents of the Collection

Correspondence, educational pamphlets and brochures, photographs, posters, and clipping files educating the public about the issue of abortion rights. Includes files on Mary Gilmore and Charlotte Taft who started Choice; a fund established honoring Rosie Jimenez, the first woman on Medicaid who died of an illegal abortion; politicians and their stands on the issue; testimonials from women who received abortions; and the North Texas Abortion Rights League (NTARL).

Also includes correspondence, files, brochures, signsand posters, and hate mail from pro-life groups and individuals.

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Arrangement of the Collection

Series 1:General Office Files
Series 2: Subject Files
Series 3: Biofiles
Series 4: Organizations
Series 5: Printed Materials
Series 6: Press Packets
Series 7: Election and Voter Information Guides
Series 8: Newsclippings
Series 9: Binders
Series 10: Photographs
Series 11: Publications
Series 11: Posters, Banners, Signs
Series 12: Miscellaneous

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Restrictions

Access to Collection:

Researchers may access the Choice Foundation Records, Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm in the Woman's Collection. The Woman's Collection is located on the second floor of the Blagg-Huey Library. All materials are viewed in the Catherine Merchant Reading Room, and photocopies are provided at the discretion of the Woman's Collection.

Publication and Copyright Statements:

Permission to publish materials must be obtained in writing from the Coordinator for Special Collections.

All responsibility for questions of copyright that may arise in copying, scanning, and use of material shall be assumed by the user.

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Administrative Information

Provenance

Gift of Choice Foundation, under the signature of Executive Director Janie R. Bush, 2003.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

 

Series 1:General Office Files

The Choice Foundation organized in by Mary Gilmore, Charlotte Taft, and Janie Bush.
Box
1 The Choice Foundation: A brief History
Arrest Records / Incident Information
Arrest Records
Picketers Ordinances
Clinic Incidents
Incident Reports
Complaints
Incidents
Incident reports 1987
Bank Statements 1981 - 1982
Bank Statements 1983 - 1984
Billboard campaign
Form Files: brochures, surveys, packets of material
Form Files: old Originals, 1983. Includes original drawings (2 folders)
Form Files: office supplies, letterhead, envelopes
Mailing labels: Miscellaneous
Mailing Labels: compiled by staff member Lee Lutz.
Packets to Send to Senators 1999; Postcards Petitions info
PAC
Payroll
Long Distance
Petition Dallas Texas 1985 part 1 Statement condemning violence
Petition Dallas Texas Part 2 Statement condemning violence etc.
Petition Condemning violence harassment etc.
Survey For Choice by Constance Johns
Box
2 Fundraising and Volunteer Information
Fundraising - Volunteers
Fundraising Ideas samples
Club Fundraiser
Guerrilla Media
Lawyers Group
Live Oak Fund
Mayorial Candidates Forum Dallas 1991
Media list
Shirley Radl Event
Radl Galley “History of Choice”
Take Back the Night 1980
Target Agencies For Collaboration
Volunteer Recruitment Professional Groupings
Black Women and AB Background
Women’s coalition
Reaching The Pro choice Majority Workshop 5/22/1988
Escort information packet
Escort Print Originals
Escort Patient Guidelines
Escort “Other points to remember”
Escort “Nonviolent Response to Personal Violence”
Escort Abortion Abolition Society Picketing Suggestions
Escort Role Play / Skits
Escort Training Materials
Business Cards Choice and Other Organizations

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Series 2: Subject Files

Files collected by the administrative staff of the Choice Foundation containing articles, newsclippings, press releases, letters.
Box
3 Index Choice subject Index (old)
Abortion
Abortion General Articles (2 folders)
Abortion: “Back to Square one”
“The Abortion Clinic—What goes on”
Abortion in New York
Abortion: Doctors
Abortion Services in the U.S. 1991-1992
“A Child born today..”
Catholic / Church Issues
Death - Legal Abortion
“The Decision No Woman Wants to make”
D & X / D & E Procedures (Articles)
Economics of abortion
Editorials (on abortion)
Herbal Abortifacients
History of Abortion
Illegal Abortion
Illegal Abortion: Women’s Experiences
Informed Consent
Abortion International
Africa
Albania
Australia
Bangladesh
Belgium
Bolivia
Brazil
Canada
China
Denmark
Europe
Finland
France
Germany
Great Britain
Hungary
India
Ireland
Italy
Japan
Korea
Latin America
Mexico
Netherlands
Nicaragua
Nigeria
Philippines
Poland
Portugal
Romania
Somalia
Soviet Union
Spain
Switzerland
Third World
Turkey
Vietnam
World
Yugoslavia
Laminaria Use For Cervical Dilation
“Legal Abortion Pros and Cons” 2 Folders
Letters to the editor
Medical Supplies
Men On Abortion
Menstrual Extraction and Misoprostol Abortion
Abortion in the Military
Abortion Miscellaneous
Pro Choice and Pro Life
Pro Choice and Pro Life Dallas
Pro Choice Movement Abortion Rights Report
Psychological Impact
Public Funding
Public Health Effects of Legal Abortion
Reasons Why Abortions Are Legal
Religion and Theology
Reproductive Rights History
Roe V. Wade Anniversary
Routh Street Women’s Clinic Vs. White Rose Center
RU 486
Anti-views / Activity
Baulieu, Etienne Emile (Dr.)
Copycat Drugs
Drug Company /FDA Politics Licensing Approval Distribution
France
How it Works
Illegal Smuggling Govt Seizure
Impact On surgical Abortion use and debate
Magazine Articles
Miscellaneous
Other Countries
Other Medical Uses
Support of Pro Activities
Testing
Safety of Legal Abortion
Third Trimester abortions
Women Speak
Box
4 Anti-Abortion
Aaron’s Killing Center
Abortion Abolition Society
“Abortion Clinics’ Toughest Cases”
Action League for life
Advertisements
American Center for Law and Justice
American Coalition of Life Activists
American Rights Coalition
“And he spake to them through a bullhorn, saying”
Anthony (the Susan B. Anthony List)
Anti-abortion activities Appleton, WS.
Anti-BSNS
Anti-Literature 1 and 2 (2 folders)
Anti-Organizations-Names Addresses
Billboard
Catholics United for Life
Center For Constitutional Rights CCR
Collegians For Life
Concerned Women For America
Congressional Record
Dallas Rescues
Dallas Right to Life
Defensive Action
DeMoss Commercials
Domino’s
Domino’s DARE Boycott
Domino’s Pizza Right to Life
Fake Clinics
Feminists For Life of America
“Inside a Right-To-Life Mind”
International Anti-Activity
Ku Klux Klan (KKK) contains photos
Lambs of Christ
Life Chain
Letters of Protest (anti) 1984-85
Life Amendment Political Action Committee
(The) Meeting Place
Moral Majority
Saint Martin de Porres Lay Dominican Community New Hope, Kentucky
Official Senatorial Abortion on demand Census
Operation Rescue (2 Folders)
Alleged police Brutality
Atlanta
Austin
Baton Rouge
Buffalo
California
Chicago
Colorado
Connecticut
Corpus Christi
Dallas 1988-1995 (8 Folders)
El Paso
Florida
Houston
Legal Court Rulings
Little Rock, Ark.
Louisiana
Massachusetts
Midland
Milwaukee
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
National
New York State
Oklahoma
Pennsylvania
Pensicola
San Antonio
Vermont
Waco
Washington D.C.
Wichita (Kansas)
Overturn Roe V. Wade?
Pittsburgh Center For Peace
Pro Life
Pro Life Action League
Pro Lifers: Who Are They?
Right To Life
Rutherford Institute
Silent Scream: American Portrait Films (Anti)
“The facts Speak Louder”
Miscellaneous
Texans United For Life (see Bill Price)
Texas Freedom Alliance
Thomas More College of Liberal Arts
Violence: Doctors
Abortion Violence Response
Violence Statistics
Violence / Clinics
White Rose Women’s Center
“When does human life begin?”
Box
5 Anti-Abortion /Contraception / Fetus
Anti Abortion Notebook
Contraception
Birth Control Pill
Birth Control Pill (for Men)
Cervical Caps
Condoms
Female Condoms
Contraception (articles reports)
“The Cultural Quiet on birth control is striking indeed
IUD
Morning after treatment
Natural Birth control
Norplant
The politics of birth control
Rhythm Method
Vaccine
Vasectomy
Fetus
Birth defects
Collagen Placenta in Cosmetics
Consumption of Fetuses
Embryo Custody / Disposal
Embryo transfer
Ethics in Embryo
Ethics Reproductive Technology
Fetal / Baby Donors
Fetal Personhood
Fetal Research
Fetal Rights
Fetal Tissue Research
Fetal Tissue Research-Ethics
Fetal Viability
Genetics
Hereditary Disease
In-Vitro Fertilization
“On the border of Life”
Prenatal Senses
Prenatal Surgery
Prenatal testing for defects and sex
Box
6 Legal
Anti-Abortion Measures before Congress 1981
Bork newsclippings 1987 (4 Folders)
Bork Opposition 1987 (5 folders)
Bork Report
Bray vs. Alexandria Women’s Health Clinic
Buffer Zones: Madsen vs. Women’s Health Center
Civil Rights Restoration Act
Clinic Regulations
Community Development Block Grant Funds
Comstock Act
Congressional Record on Choice 1994 Publication
Fake Clinic Ft. Worth Trial
Family Protection Bill
Feminist Women’s Health Center vs Mohammad
Fetal Disposal Ordinance
Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances Act
Freedom of Choice Act
Funding Restrictions
Gag Rule: Rust vs. Sullivan
Health care Reform
Helms Legal Protection of the unborn
Hodgson vs Minnesota
Human Life Bill
Implications of Abortion Prohibition Bill
Box
7 Legal
Lawsuit: 5-12-87 Malpractice against Abortion Clinics
Lawsuit: Misc
Lawsuit: Sale of Fetuses (12-12-88)
Legal Misc.
Picketing Restrictions City Ordinance
P.P. of S.E. PA vs. Casey Supreme Court
Pro Choice Resolution
Proposed Amendments
Pro Life Bill summary
Reproductive Health Equity Act
Reversal Restrictions by Clinton
RICO: Legal
Roe I vs. A.A.S. (Abortion Abolition Society
Roe: Is it a good Law? 1992
Roe vs. Wade Timeline
Senate
Stalking: Law
State Regulations
Alabama
California
Compilation
Connecticut
D.C.
Florida
Guam
Idaho
Illinois
Iowa
Kansas
Louisiana
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
New Hampshire
New York
North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma
Pennsylvania
Texas
Abortion facility Reporting and Licensing Act
Highlights of TX Legislature 1987
Texas Abortion Law 1898
Legislation
Legislation Already Passed
Legislation Pending
Mesquite
Viability Bill
Voter Guide 1994
Utah
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming
Box
8 Legal
State News / Webster
Supreme Court
Supreme Court Appointments
Supreme Court Cases (List of)
Supreme Court Decision
Thornburgh vs. Acog
Title X
U.S. Constitution
Waiting Period
Webster
Webster vs. Reproductive Health services
Webster Post Webster Cases
Winning with Choice
Women and Politics
68th Legislature
70th Legislature
97th Congress
Box
9 Miscellaneous
Abandoned babies / Children
Adoption
American Bar Association
Anniversary Events
Artificial Insemination
Beethoven and Anti-Abortionists
Beijing Conference: fourth World conference on Women
Bibliographies compiled by Choice
Steve Blow Abortion Columns
Book Reviews
Breast Cancer
Breast Feeding
Beast Implants / surgery
Bush Veto of Family Leave act
Butyric Acid Clinic Attacks Protocol
Cervical Cancer
Circumcision Rites of Women
Clippings (special)
Cloning
Common Ground
Cost to Raise Children
Custody Battles
Drug Abuse during Pregnancy
Domestic Violence
Ectopic Pregnancy
Egg sperm Testing
Endometriosis
Family Leave
Father’s Rights
Feminism
Feminism and Abortion
Fertility
“Healing and grieving: The Loss of Pregnancy”
Home Pregnancy Tests
Hysterectomy
Incest
Infant Mortality
Infertility New technologies
Letter to the editor
Miscellaneous literature
Lobbying, How to
March held in 1989
March held in 1992
Media On Abortion
Menopause
Midwives
Military: gays and Lesbians
Military: women
Miscarriage
“More Choice, More Life”
Neonatal Care
“No Way Out”
PMS
Pay Equity
Population Growth
Porn
Pregnancy, Effects of
Premature birth
Press Conference
Pro Choice: Activities
Pro Choice: Songs Chants
Prostitution
Rape
Republican Party on Abortion
Right to Die
Routh Street Rap
Sex education
“Sex in the Media”
Sexual Harassment
Sexual Harassment by Officers
Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Signature Ads
Spanish Language Materials
Surrogate Parenting
Television on Abortion
Testicular Cancer
Uterine Cancer
Values resolutions by school Boards
Violence Toward Women
Women and AIDS
Women and Politics
Women’s Health
Women as Healers
Women of Color
Box
10 Polls / Teen Information
Miscellaneous
Proposed Changes in Title X Regulations
Statistics
Statistics: Public Opinion
Statistics: Miscellaneous
Religion
Baptist
Buddhist
Catholic
Hiring of P.R. Firm 1990
Support of Pro Choice
“A Catholic Theologian at an Abortion Clinic”
Christian Coalition
Episcopal Church
Ferraro and Hussey Dismissal
Founding Fathers
“From the Pews to the Polls”
Hinduism
Judaism
Judaism and Abortion
“Like it or not, Religion has a Place in Politics
Methodist
Mormons
Lutheran
Presbyterian
Presbyterian Hospital
Presbyterian Notes
Pro Choice Support
Reformed Episcopal church (anti)
Religions That Favor “pro-choice” (A Dear Abby Column)
Tax Exempt Churches Political Activities
Unitarians
Heaven and Hell & Jerry Falwell Patching together the Dream
United Church of Christ: Stated support of RU 486
Teens
Changing bodies - Changing lives
Cheerleaders Hempstead Texas
Infants of Teenagers: Health and Mortality
Teenagers and Abortion
Herpes Facts and Fallacies
Parental Consent
Parental Consent: Becky Bell
Parental Consent and Teenagers
Teen Pregnancy (2 Folders)
Teen Sexuality
Teen Parenting

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Series 3: Biofiles

Primarily contains newsclippings and Journal articles in connection with abortion issues and individuals. They are arranged in alphabetical order.
Box
11
Angelou, Maya (writer / poet)
Anthony Susan B. (Women’s Leader)
Baird, Bill (Abortion rights advocate)
Bartlett, Steve (politician)
Bell, Becky died by illegal abortion (teen)
Benham, Philip (activist minister)
Benshoof, Janet (ACLU lawyer)
Blackmun, Harry (Supreme Court Justice)
Blinn, Joan and Rick (Operation Rescue Supporters)
Bobbitt, Lorena
Britton, Dr. John and Dr. James Barrett
Brookline Massacre (See also John Salvi)
Burns, Inez 1920-1955 (AB Provider)
Bush...Barbara, George, George W.
Cockrell, Sarah Horton (Entrepreneur)
Curran, Charles E. (Reverend)
Elders, Dr. Joycelyn
England, Mica (Application Dallas Police dept denied. She is a lesbian)
Everett, Carol (Abortion Clinic Operator / Advocate)
Ferraro, Geraldine (Politician)
Finkbine, Sherri Chessen (abortion story)
Foster, Dr. Henry (Surgeon General)
Ginsburg, Douglas (Judge)
Ginsburg, Ruth Bader
Gunn, Dr. David
Hern, Dr. Warren M.
Hickman, Sara (Singer, folk artist)
Hill, Anita
Hill Paul. (See Also Dr. John Britton)
Hopkins, Stephen (politician)
Irving, John (Writer)
Jones, Paula
Kennedy, Anthony (Judge)
Koop, C. Everett (Surgeon General)
Land, Richard, (Reverend)
MacKinnon, Catherine A. (Professor)
Maraldo, Pamela (Planned Parenthood President)
McCorvey, Norma (Jane Roe of Roe v. Wade)
Novello, Antonia (Surgeon General Nominee)
Packwood, Bob (Politician)
Price, Bill Texans United for Life (Pro-Life anti Charlotte Taft)
Reagan Nancy, Ronald etc.
Salvi, John C. (Brookline Massacre)
Santoro, Gerri. woman in famous abortion photo (woman on hotel floor)
Scheidler, Joseph (anti-abortion activist)
Schlafly, Phyllis
Shannon, Shelley (See also Dr. George Tiller)
Souter, David politician
Steinem, Gloria
Taft, Charlotte (One of the Founders of Choice)
Tellier, Laura & Jamie
Terry, Randall
Tiller, George
Tompkins, Dr. Norman
Vanov, Larisa
Wattleton, Faye
Weddington, Sarah (argued Rove V Wade)
West, Dr. Bill
White, Byron
Williams, Clayton

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Series 4: Organizations

Box
12 North Texas Abortion Rights Action League / 1980 - 1983
Includes files, correspondence, memorandum, from the Routh Street connection to the regional North Texas Abortion Rights Action League to the State and National Branches as well.
Box
13 NTARAL / NARAL / TARAL
Box
14 A - E
Alan Guttmacher Institute
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)
American Association of University Women (AAUW)
Alliance Against Women’s Oppression (AAWO)
American Jewish Congress
Americans for Religious Liberty
Another Way
Anti-racist Action
Association of Planned Parenthood Physicians (APPP)
Abortion Rights Mobilization (ARM)
Association for the Study of Abortion 1966 - 1969
Association For Voluntary Surgical Contraception
Black Women’s Health Project
Catholics for Free Choice
Catholics for Free Choice Spanish Materials
Dallas / Ft. Worth Catholics for a Free Choice
Center for Constitutional Rights
Committee to Defend Reproductive Rights (CDRR)
Center for Reproductive Law and Policy
Children and Youth Funding
Children’s Defense Fund
Choice Network Tarrant County
Christianity and Crisis
Collin County Women’s Political Caucus
Congressional Caucus on Women’s Issues UPDATE on Women and Family
Corpus Coalition on Responsible Parenthood and Adolescent Sexuality
“Cosmo talks to Kate Michelman”
Communications Resources Foundation (CRF)
D.A.R.E. Dallas Abortion Rights Education League
Dallas Lawyers Network of Choice
Dallas League of Women Voters
Dallas Pro-Choice
Dallas Pro-Life
Dallas Urban League
Dallas Women’s Coalition (2 Folders)
Dallas Women’s Foundation
Dallas Women’s Political Caucus (2 Folders)
Delta Women’s Clinic West
Emily’s List
Box
15 F - O
Fairmont Center
Federation of Feminist Women’s Health Centers
Feminist Alternative Press
Feminist Majority Foundation
Feminist Women’s Health Center 1975 - 1981
Reproductive Freedom Fund Inc. (formerly Known as Liberty Coalition)
Greater Dallas Coalition for Reproductive Freedom (2 Folders)
Lesbian Visionaries
March of Dimes
Medical Students for Choice
Men’s Coalition for Reproductive Choice
Missionaries To the Preborn
National Abortion Federation (NAF)
National Black Women’s Health Project
National Center For Pro Choice 80 % Majority Campaign
National Coalition of Abortion Providers (NCAP)
National ERA Petition Campaign
NOW National Organization For Women (National)
NOW (State)
NOW (Dallas County)
NOW (Chapters)
NOW (Bills / Legislation)
NOW (Reproductive Packet)
NOW (Reproductive Rights)
NOW (Resource Action Kit)
NOW (Texas Homemakers Resources Action Kit)
National Women’s Health Network
National Women’s Political Caucus
Box
16 P - R
Park Ridge Center
Peacekeepers
People for the American Way
People for the American Way Packets (2 Packets)
Planned Parenthood
Planned Parenthood and AT & T: materials regarding decision to withdraw support of Planned Parenthood’s teenage pregnancy prevention 1990.
Planned Parenthood of North Texas (3 folders)
The Population Institute
Pro Choice Organizations
Pro Choice Misc
Pro Choice Network
Pro Choice Network Dallas
Religious Coalition for Abortion Rights (2 folders) (RCAR)
Religious Coalition for Abortion Rights Special Notebook
Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice
Reproductive Health Services
Republican Party on Abortion
Republicans for Choice
Republicans Pro choice Inc.
Right To Life Literature
Rosie Jimenez Fund (2 Folders)
Rosie Fund Notebook
Box
17 S - Z
Sex Information and Education Council of the U.S. (SIECUS)
Southern Poverty Law Center
Texan for Choice
Texans For Choice Notebook
Texas Family Planning
Texas Freedom Alliance
Texans For Motherhood By Choice
United Way
Volunteer Center of Dallas County
Voters For Choice
Westchester Coalition for Legal Abortion
Wish List
Women’s Action Coalition
Women’s Center of Dallas
Women’s Health Project Nelson-Tebedo Community Clinic
Women’s Issues Network Board 1981 - 1982
Women’s Political Caucus
Zero Population Growth
Zero Tolerance For Violence

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Series 5: Printed Materials

Box
18 Student Activist Packets
1996 Choice meeting schedule
Abortion, Religion, & the State Legislator After Webster
Abortion Resolution Workbook
Abortion Trauma Syndrome
Americans For Religious Liberty
Are you Pro-Life?
Aware Newsletter: Defense to Support Clinics
Aware Newsletter: Keeping Options Open (Janie Bush)
Birth Control Shot OK’d
Bumper Stickers
Catholic Women’s Feelings
Case Against Parental Notice Laws
Catholics for a Free Choice
Choice Volunteer Opportunities
Choice Wearables
Conscience: Guide to Making ethical Choices
Do’s Don’ts of Lobbying Flow Chart
Fake Abortion Clinics
For Men About Abortion
The Hyde Amendment
Gallup Poll
Guttmacher Institute
How do people in Dallas County Really Feel About Abortion?
Information Packets Misc
Koop Report
Misogyny
National AF Fact Sheet
Planned Parenthood Fact Sheet
Point Counterpoint
Poll Shows 1 in 4
Pro and Con
Pro Choice Activity List
RCAR Brochures: Freedom
RCAR Brochures: Why keep it legal?
Religious Coalition For Abortion Rights (RCAR)
Respecting Moral Agency of Women
Risks Compiled by CDC
Scarlet Letter
Should Abortion Remain Legal?
Speaking for themselves, The Far Right
State Stats 1991
State Stats 1993 - 1994
State Stats 1994
Teenage Study Hints Gain
Teen Women and Abortion
Texas Republicans Split
TFPA - Family Planning in Texas
TFPA - Parental Consent
TX Family Planning Assoc.: What Teens Don’t Know
A Theological Response to Fundamentalism on the Abortion Issue
Volunteer Application
Volunteer Information
Where are we marching?
We Affirm: National Religious Organizations Statements (2 folders)
What does the bible say about abortion?
Winning with Choice / Voters for Choice
Women denied Abortions
Women and AIDS
Box
18 Articles Used
Bibliography Mothers: A Guide to Literature from the 1970’s
Abortion: America’s New Civil Was 1988
Abortion in a new light
Abortion in the United States: politics or police
Abortion Law Repeal (sort of) a warning
Abortion and the female body politic
Abortion Rights Rescued
Abortion Rights Where do we go from here?
The Abortion wars of 1982
Abortion: What’s Happening to your Right to choose?
Abortion: Your Right Under Attack
A basic Human Right (MS)
Children of Choice
Choice at any cost
Abortion: the Dallas Battle Lines are Drawn
Death Knell for legal Abortion
Every sperm is sacred
The Future of Abortion
The Gathering Storm
Here comes the pregnancy policy
Is Abortion the issue?
A Moral Choice
Not an easy choice
The Politics of pregnancy
The Propaganda war over abortion
The question of Abortion
Saturday night fervor
Senate commences hearings on human life
Sex Bullies Mollie Ivins
The slow climb (common cause 1986)
Splitting Differences
Welcome to uncomfortable times
Who says we haven’t made a revolution?
Who’s Life is it anyway
Why we can’t be silent about Anti-Abortion Tactics

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Series 6: Press Packets

Box
19
6/21/81 Speaker’s Workshop
6/81 Speaker’s Bureau
6/81 Unmarked Folder
1/22/85 Press Conference (2 folders)
4/24/85 & 8/15/85 Ministry Packet: Women in Ministry
undated folder
5/8/85 Luncheon
7/85 Bill Baird Visit
undated folder
10/11/85 Presbyterian Hospital
undated folder
undated folder
undated folder
1/22/86 Press Conference
1/22/86 Press Kit
1/86 Minister’s List
1/27/86 unnamed folder
6/8/86 “Hands Around Presbyterian Response” (press packet)
8/2/86 Anti-Bork Rally (Originals)
Speaker’s Training Workshop
9/28/86 Speaker’s Training
Undated unnamed folder
Undated unnamed folder
undated unnamed folder
1/22/87 Mary Gilmore’s Press Conference
Undated unnamed Choice Packet
6/8/87 Pro Choice Press Conference Speakers (2 Folders)
8/2/87 Anti Bork Rally
1/20/89 Mary Gilmore (Originals)
1/20/89 Press Packet
1/20/89 Press Packet
7/3/89 Mary Gilmore (Originals)
7/3/89 Press packet
1/20/89 Press packet
1/22/90 Press Conference
1/22/90 Press Conference
1/22/90 Press Conference
11/2/90 Press Conference Clayton Williams
Undated unnamed packet
Speaker Aid Packet
Volunteer Packet
Undated Unnamed packet
WomanSafe: Women against violence against women

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Series 7: Election and Voter Information Guides

Box
20
U.S. House and Senate elected Officials Notebook
1994 LG-PAC Questionnaires
Democratic Voter Guides
Pro Choice Voter Guides
Voter’s Guide 1990
Parental Notification
Candidate Mailings
LWV Voter’s Guides
TX Legislature 1993
Elections 1994 Misc
Mayor / City Council Races 1995
Legislature 1995
1993 City Council Race
Senate District 9 Project
1992 Primary guide
Voter’s Guide 1992
Election 1992 Misc.
Republicans
Democrats
Eddie Bernice Johnson
Anti’s - Voter Guides
Election Misc
1987 Congressional votes on Abortion
1989 Voting Profiles Texas Legislature
Election Legislation
Box
21 Election Information
Winning with Choice 1992
League of women voters
Democratic Women of Dallas County
Rules for the Democratic Party of Texas
Elected Officials and Choice
For President 1988

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Series 8: Newsclippings

General Files
Box
22 Jan. 1972- Dec. 1983
Box
23 Jan. 1984- Dec. 1985
Box
24 Jan. 1986- June 1987
Box
25 July 1987-June 1989
Box
26 July 1989- Dec 1990
Box
27 Jan 1991-Dec. 1992
Box
28 Jan 1993-Dec. 1995
Special File: Wichita Falls Collection
Box
29 Political Cartoons
AIDS
AIDS, 1984-1993
Box
29 Gay and Lesbian
Gay/Lesbian, 1984-1995
Box
Oversize Newsclippings (Basement)

Note

Books and Journals

A large number of books, journals and newsletters were donated with the Choice Foundation Collection. Those items were removed from the collection and catalogued separately. To review the donated books and journals, contact an archivist who will provide a list upon request.

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Series 9: Binders

Box
30
Tell Your Story
Wire Service Reports
Run For Choice (Event)

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Series 10: Photographs

Box
31
Large Scrapbook (Gold)1989 and up
Large Scrapbook (Gold) 1984 - 1986 includes Washington D.C. March
Medium Scrapbook (Orange) 1985 - 1987 includes photos of Joseph Scheidler, Bill Price, Rob and Roy Ferrell, Winston Wilder.
Slide Photos with Contact sheet information
Choice Photos (may be moving into new office?)
Choice Negatives (9 envelopes 1993)
Protest: Domino’s Pizza (Domino’s supported Operation Rescue)
UnKnown Rally August 3, 1987 (2 Photos)
Choice Photos (Escort working in Parking Lot?)
Rosie Jimenez Fund Bracelets

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Series 11: Publications

Box
32
Population Facts at hand (box of flash cards)
Abortion in Good Faith 7 publications
ACLU 3 Publications
Alan Guttmacher Institute
Susan B. Anthony Commemorative
Anti-Abortion Publications
Business Cards
Catholic Counseling Services
Catholics for a Free Choice
Children’s Defense Fund
Commission for Women’s Equality American Jewish Congress
Conscience (News Journal 2 publications)
Dallas Groups
Directories
Election Publications
Fake Clinic
Landmark in Women’s Healthcare
National Abortion Federation (NAF publications)
TNARAL publications
Planned Parenthood
Postcard (Pat Benatar)
RAJ Publications
Religious Coalition for Abortion Rights (RCAR)
Reproductive Freedom
The Rosie Fund
Silent Scream Folder includes audio tape
Single Mothers
Time Febuary 3, 1992
Time August 24, 1992
Why Population Matters
Women’s Political Caucus Publications
Misc. Publications

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Series 12: Posters, Banners, Signs

Oversize items and Posters
Item: Banner White Sheet with blue text “Jesus” spray painted. slightly soiled.
Description: this sheet is autographed by several individuals. The Sheet was found in a box marked Anti....there are questions about this that should be addressed to Janie Bush Is there a story behind this particular banner? was it an anti banner that was taken by choice signed then returned to someone?
Text:
Size: 95 x 68.5
Item: 1 Poster
Description: White background. Text in Black and red. Written in Spanish. Text: -AVISO- El “ White Rose” (cuarto #208, a la derecho en el segundo piso) es contra los abortos. No hacen abortos alli. El “Routh Street Women’s Clinic,” (cuarto #210, a la izquireda en el segundo piso) hace los abortos Tambien ofrece PRUEBAS DE EMBARAZO y sesiones con consejeras SIN PAGO. USTED DECIDE.
Text:
Size: 30” x 15”
Item: 10 posters
Description: White background Photo in the center of a head shot of a KKK member holding up a hanger. he is picketing the Routh Street women’s Clinic in Dallas TX 4/ 1/ 89.
Text All caps: “ Abortion of the future from the “right to Life” movement. Illegal Abortion Kills Women-Don’t let it happen again.
Size: 22.5 x 17.5”
Item: 12 Posters
Description: Light-weight paper. White background Includes photo in the center. Famous photo of woman found dead on a motel room floor. Death due to air embolism during an illegal abortion. From the files of Dr. Milton Halpern, former Medical Examiner New York City.
Text all caps: “Have You Forgotten? Illegal Abortion Kills Women Don’t Let it Happen Again! Choice address is also listed at bottom of the poster.
Size: 22.5” x 17.5”
Item: 2 Posters
Description: Off-White background Purple text in Purple circle.
Text: “November 12th Mobilize for women’s lives across the USA and Washington D. C.”
Size: 24” x 18”
Item: 1 poster
Description: White background Red text. Small tear. Dirty in spots. as songs and prayers on the reverse side. Create in me a clean heart. Jesus Loves the Little Children. Peace is Flowing Like a River. He is Lord. Amazing Grace. How Great thou Art. America. Bind us Together. Life chain code of conduct. Prayer and Meditation.
Front Text all caps: Jesus Forgives and heals
Size: 22.5” x 17.5”
Item: 1 poster
Description: Off white background. Slightly dirty. Text in blue-green
Text: Adoption: the Loving Option.
Size: 22.5 x 17.5
Item: 1 Poster
Description: Double sided blue background with red lines and white text. A star at the top of the poster.
Text In all caps: “Pass the freedom of choice act now! Text: “Planned Parenthood.”
Size: 22” x 14”
Item: 1 poster
Description: Hand-drawn. A hanger with a woman’s body draped over it. The woman hangs down, blood dripping down into the red text.
Text: “Never Again.”
Size: 22” x 14”
Item: 1 poster
Description: Hand-drawn. A hanger with a woman’s body draped over it. The woman hangs down, blood dripping down into the red text.
Text: “Never Again.”
Size: 18” x 12”
Item: 1 poster
Description: Large photo of a woman White shirt, pearls aroundf her neck and wrist, and matching ear rings. The woman is smoking.
Text in red (all caps): “ Lung Cancer” Following text: “ will soon be the #1 cancer killer of American women.
Text in black (all caps): “Based on current patterns of smoking. American Cancer Society.”
Size: 20” x 15.5”
Item: 4 posters
Description: White background . Blue Text split into two sides.
Side one text: “Freedom means choice. The one thing we all have in common is our belief in freedom of choice: (list of organizations) Republicans pro-choice Dallas. Ken Molberg, Chair of Dalla County Democratic Party. Sisterhood of Temple Emanu-El. Texas Abortion Rights Action League. Catholics for a free choice. Greater Dallas Coalition for Reproductive Freedom. American Assoc. of University Women, Dallas. Women’s Committee of United Auto Workers, Local 276. Dallas Rainbow NOW.
Side two text: “ March and Rally Sunday April 5, 1992. Lee Park. (Turtle Creek Blvd. at Lemmon Ave., Dallas). 12:00 gather at park for march. 12:30 March starts. 1:30 until dark: Back at park for free music. Featuring recording artist Sara Hickman with Brad McLemore, Amy Seltzer & Mike Daane. And special guests: Tess Harper, Ideal Females, Josh Alan, King Bingo, Kris McKay, Elmo Lincoln, Tabitha Peek, Robin Myrick, Howard and the Fine Sisters, Ann Armstrong & Steve Hughes, Barbara Ann Humphrey, David Garza and others! Sponsored by choice. 214-821-4495.
Size: 17” x 11”
Item: 1 poster
Description: White background Picture of Globe showing U. S. side of the world. Blue text and white text.
Text in blue (all caps): “Don’t stop thinking about tomorrow.” White text (all caps): Clinton-Gore.
Size: 17” x 11”
Item: 1 Poster
Description: Off-white flesh colored background. Hand-drawn. Written in crayon. Green text and brown at the bottom. Also at the bottom a Drawing of a girl child’s face. text lower caps and in green: “my mom had an illegal abortion. I don’t miss the baby. I miss my mom.
Text bottom line in brown: Abortion must remain legal.
Size: 17” x 11”
Item: 1 Poster
Description: Poster board background: green. Smaller paper glued onto larger board. 3 sections: purple dull yellow and purple again.
Text in purple (all caps): "Legal Abortion could disappear this year.”
Text in purple: Your donation can help us march for women’s lives in D. C. April 5th.
Size: 20” x 16”
Item: 1 Poster
Description: Laminated professional informational poster provided by the Ortho Pharmaceutical Corporation 1992. Methods of birth control. Text divided into three sections: Less Effective, More effective, Most Effective. Each section is described in greater detail.
Text topics section 1: Less effective: Natural Family Planning Method. Withdrawal.
Text topics section 2: More effective: Condom, Spermicides, Diaphragm, Cervical cap, Sponge.
Text topics section 3: Most effective: Abstinence, IUD Intrauterine Device, Hormonal Implants, Oral Contraceptives (birth control pills.
Size: 22.5” x 17.5”
Item: 1 laminated Poster
Description: Poster by Operation Rescue DFW. Has Photo of 21 week old boy found frozen in an abotion mill after a D & E proceedure.
Text above photo: “Do you Care?”
Text beneath photo: “Malachi A precious 21week old boy found frozen in an abotion mill after a D & E proceedure. His name means “My Messenger.” “...I will turn the hearts of the fathers to the children...” Mal. 4:6.
Size: 38” x 28.5”
Item: 1 Banner
Description: Off-white plastic.
Text in black: A Voice For Choice
Size: 115” x 21
Item: 1 Banner
Description: Off-white plastic.
Text: “Honk For Choice.”
Size: 115” x 21
Item: 1 banner
Description: Hanging banner with tassles. Three sections Purple, white , and gold. The text in purple on the white section for background.
Text: “ Choice Foundation”
Size: 63” x 35.75”
Item: 1 large banner
Description: Off-white plastic. two sections of text. Banner is rolled up and placed in a cloth bag: predominantly red with white and green pattern throughout. Bag size: 33” x 4” with handle 10” x 2.5”
Section 1: White text in blue circle surrounded by blue triangle as if t were a representation of the sun.
Section 1 text: “Freedom means Choice.”
Section 1 text in blue: “ The one thing we all have in common is our belief in freedom of choice.”
Size: 116” x 32.75”
Item: 1 Banner
Description: Banner of cloth white dirty contains several small circular rips or cuts in the material.
Text: “Freedom of Choice”
Text in blue with red trim: The “of” written in black.
Size: 124” x 42”
Mss. 683 Box 2
Location Basement
Item: 1 Poster
Description: White Background with Red and Blue Text by LSDT/BEPD. Blue and white star with state of Texas inside it.
Text: “Vote Straight Democrat” “Paid for by LSDT/BEPD, P. O. Box 142175 Austin TX 78714. Notice: In is a violation of state law (Article 2372cc, Vernon’s Texas Civil Statutes, and Article 6674v-7, Revised Statutes) to place this sign in the right of way of a highway.
Size: 14” x 11”
Item: 4 Posters
Description: White background half head shot statue of liberty.
Text: “We Will Decide November 3rd NARAL Pro-Choice President”
Size: 20” x 19.5”
Item: 2 Posters
Description: Purple background Includes Organizational logo.
Text: “Religious Coalition for Abortion Rights. La Coalicion Religiosa Pro Derechos al Aborto. Also written in Yiddish.
Size: 20” x 20”
Item: 1 Poster / Sign
Description: Smaller (23.5x 15.5”) glued to larger white sheet. Smaller poster is off-white Black border with head and torch of statue of liberty in black and white.
Text: “Choice. 4228 N. Central #206. Dallas, TX 75206. (214) 821-4495. A resource clearinghouse for information and education, volunteer and activist opportunities”
Size: 20” x 18”
Item: 2 Posters
Description: Background off-white. Slight mold due to rain damage.
Text: “Abortion Kills Children”
Size: 23” x 18”
Item: 5 Posters
Description: White Background with black and white photo of 2 women on the stairs talking about the man downstairs who is Steve Bartlett.
Text all caps in red: “ Careful Honey...He’s anti-choice.”
Text at bottom in black all caps: Steve Bartlett is Anti-choice. Choice. 4228 N. Central # 206 Dallas, TX 75206 (214) 821-4495.
Size: 22” x 14” Poster
Item: 1 Picket Poster
Description: Yellow Background with black and white photo of Norman Tompkins
Text: Not Wanted in our community Norman Tompkins Abortionist. Home 6409 Forest Lane Dallas Tx 75230 (214) 239-0854. Office: 8160 Walnut Hill LN, Suite #312 Dallas, TX. 75231 (214) 750-7277.
Size: 17” x 11”
Item: 1 Picket Poster
Description: Pink Background with black and white photo head shot of Harvey Johnson. Dirt can be seen on back of poster. Contains signs of picket attachment.
Text: “ For your information...Harvey Johnson is an Abortionist.” text also includes Office Address: 2201 Forest Lane, Garland, TX 75042, (214) 272-3411. And Home Address: 8723 Middle Downs, Dallas TX 75234, (214) 349-9571
Size: 17” x 11”
Item: 2 News Magazines
Description: News magazine: Gannett News Service Special Report White outer background then black border blue background then a large photo in the center. Photo shows small group of people walking on a sidewalk. Male in front carries a U. S. flag. Male following carries picket sign. another man and woman follow behind. Within photo the picket sign reads: “ Nazis 6 Million...Abortion 18 million.
Cover text: Abortion The New Militancy. A Gannett News
Size: 14” x 11.5”
Item: 6 Oversized Newspaper clippings Full page advertisements
Description:
Item date: Thursday September 3, 1981 Dallas Times Herald
Text: The Real Moral Majority May be You. Additional message from Planned Parenthood Federation of America.
Size: 23” x 13.5”
Item 3 items
Item date: Saturday January 22, 1983 Dallas Times Herald
Item text: “...We recognize the right of the individual married or single to be free from unwarranted governmental intrusion into matters so fundamentally affecting a person as the decision whether to bear or beget a child. That right necessarily includes the right of a woman to decide whether or not to terminate her pregnancy. US Supreme court, Roe vs. Wade January 22, 1973.
We the undersigned celebrate the tenth anniversary of this decision and affirm our dedication of the right to privacy and freedom of conscience upon which the decision is based. A list of names follows.
Item: 1 item
Description: Full page by religious Coalition For Abortion Rights
Date: Sunday November 1, 1981 The New York Times
Bold text in all caps: A Politician Shouldn’t Play God. Personal Freedom is as Sacred as Religious Freedom.
Item: 1 item
Description: Full page ad Planned Parenthood
Date: Monday April 5, 1982 Houston Chronicle.
Includes photo: a married couple in bed with their senator between them.
Text in all caps : “The Decision to have a baby could soon be between your husband and your senator. Abortion is something personal. Not Personal.
Also includes additional text and a mail-in form.
Item: 1 item 2 page spread newspaper ad
Description: Entire ad is text
Date: Tuesday March 6, 1990 The Dallas Morning News
Text bold all caps: Who Decides? You or the state? We of Greater Dallas are pro-choice. Additional text includes list of names, Roe vs. Wade quote, and mail in form.
Item: 1 item, news clipping
Article title: Vigil held for slain Florida Dr. : Mourners at Oak Lawn park call for detente in the abortion battle.
Date: Saturday March 13, 1993 The Dallas Morning News.
Size:
Item: 1 item, poster
Description: Blown up copy of newsclipping
Title: Abortion Foe says he cares about doctor: Benham testifies protests aren’t meant to harass. By Anne Belli.
Paper: The Dallas Morning News
Additional text: More Benham Bullshit
Size: 17.5” x 11”
Item: 1 blown-up news cartoon
Description: News cartoon by Dan Foote of Dallas Times Herald. Claytie drives up to Emma Lou’s Service Station. Emma Lou is standing beside Claytie’s car and responds to a question.
Text: “ No, sir...I only pump gas and wash the windshield.
Size: 14” x 11”
Other Posters Oversize Materials downstairs
Item: 2 picket posters
Description (side one): White Background with black and white photo of 2 women on the stairs talking about the man downstairs who is Steve Bartlett.
Description (side two): Hand painted Text : Ann (green) is the only (purple) choice (red).">
Text all caps in red: “ Careful Honey...He’s anti-choice.”
Text at bottom in black all caps: Steve Bartlett is Anti-choice. Choice. 4228 N. Central # 206 Dallas, TX 75206 (214) 821-4495.
Size of attached stake: 36” x 1.5
Size of Poster: 22” x 14”
Item: Card File
Description: Gray 2 tier 4 drawer card file. Contains anti and pro abortion politicians and how they voted over time.
Size: 14.5” x 13”
Item: Spectacular Speculae
Description: 1 full bag plastic Speculae. Items that are used in abortion proceedure.
Item: Banner Sticks, 2 pair. One large pair one medium pair.
Description large: wood 2 x 4
Description medium: wood rounded
Posters / Signs located in Vault: Map Drawer 20
Item: 1 Poster
Description: White background with blue v pattern. Blue picture of side of statue of liberty’s face. Poster by NARAL.
Text: Millions of voices silent no more. Speaking out to defend the right to choose safe and legal abortion.
Size: 25” x 19.5”
Item: 1 poster
Description: Yellow posterboard. Collage of 7 blown-up cartoons from the Dallas times Herald, The Dallas Morning News and the Washington Post. Each cartoon is in black and white.
Title: Choice Chukkles
Size: 28” x 22”
Item: 1 poster
Description: Red Background Text in Silver.
Text: Support reproductive freedom. March on Washington April 5, 1992.
Size: 28” x 22”
Item: 1 poster
Description: Red Posterboard. Collage of 9 blown-up cartoons in black and white. The cartoons are from Washington Post national weekly, The Dallas Times Herald, The Dallas Morning News, The New York Times all 1989.
Title: Lotsa Laffs
Size: 28” x 22”
Item: 1 poster
Description: Orange Posterboard. 6 blown-up black and white cartoons from The washington Post National Weekly, Dallas Times Herald, Dallas Morning News, and Ms. Also contains Gary Trudeau’s Silent Scream II the Prequel.
Title: Off The Wall
Size: 28” x 22”
Item: 1 poster
Description: Green Posterboard. 6 blown-up black and white cartoons from Austin American Statesman, Dallas Times Herald, Daytona Beach News-Journal, and the Dallas Morning News.
Title: Real Bummers
Size: 28” x 22”
Item: 1 poster
Description: Green Posterboard. 6 black and white cartoons. The cartoons are from Dallas Times Herald, Dallas Morning News.
Title: Not-So Funnies
Size: 28” x 22”
Item: 1 poster
Description: Blue Posterboard. 5 blown-up black and white cartoons. The cartoons are from The Dallas Morning News, The Dallas Times Herald, Esquire, and San Antonio Express-News.
Title: Krazy Komiks
Size: 28” x 22”
Item: 1 poster
Description: Off white posterboard with black, red, and blue text.
Text: I refuse to have a battle of wits with an unarmed person.
Size: 28” x 22”
Item: 1 poster
Description: Off-white posterboard. 5 blown-up black and white cartoons from Washington Post national Weekly, Dallas times Herald, Dallas Morning News. All taken from 1989.
Title: Jest Fer Laffs
Size: 28” x 22”
Item: 1 poster
Description: Off white posterboard with black text.
Text: Speaker Gib Lewis and Representative ------------. Lt. Governor Bill Hobby and Senator--------. People who have supported us (includes list of senators and representatives.
Reverse side has text for an idea: Father forgive the White Rose.
Size: 28” x 22”
Item: 1 poster
Description: Blue background. Black text.
Text: Its no Laughing Matter. Also includes text on court cases.
Size: 28” x 22”
Item: 1 poster
Description: Yellow Poster with Red and black text.
Text in red: Warning! The White Rose Does Not do Abortions
Text in black: (Suite 208) is “Right to life” & The Routh Street Women’s Clinic (suite 201 center of the building) does abortions, counseling, and free pregnancy testing. Its your choice.
Size: 36” x 24”
Item: 1 laminated Poster on hard posterboard.
Description: Poster by Operation Rescue DFW. Has Photo of 21week old boy found frozen in an abotion mill after a D & E proceedure.
Text above photo: “Do you Care?”
Text beneath Photo: “Malachi A precious 21week old boy found frozen in an abotion mill after a D & E proceedure. His name means “My Messenger.” “...I will turn the hearts of the fathers to the children...” Mal. 4:6.
Size: 38” x 25.5”
Item: Poster
Description: Off white hard poster board with black lettering.
Text: “The Killing Place.”
Size: 32” x 24”
Item: Poster
Description: Announcing an event: Split into two sides
Side one Flesh tone with black text: “I am Roe M life, Roe v. Wade, and freedom of choice. Norma McCorvey with Andy Meisler.
Side two Brown with silver and black text: “Meet Norma McCorvey at Taylors Thursday June 23, 7 p.m.
Text:
Size: 32” x 23”
Item: 1 poster
Description: Round. Purple background with white text. Poster from NOW (National Organization For Women 1992). Double-sided poster.
Text: Elect women now
Size: 24” x 24”
Item: 1 poster
Description: Background off-white. Mounted on Poster board.
Text: “Abortion Kills Children”
Size: 25.5” x 20”
Item: 1 Poster
Description: Blue background. Circle with picture of an eye in the center. Another black circle surrounds the eye and has text within it.
Text in the eye: Women’s Action Coalition.
Text surrounding the eye: WAC is watching. Women take action.
Size: 22.5” x 22.5” square
Item: 1 Poster
Description: Off White Posterboard text in black.
Title: Letter to Governor William P. Clements
Text: “Governor Wm. P. Clements: Dear Dickhead, I’m enclosing a supply of Condoms and when you make a speech, please pull one down over your head, because when you talk about abortion lots of women in Texas “Get into Trouble!” For your comfort I have enclosed the small size. Very Sincerely, A Concerned Voter.”
Size: 28” x 22”
Item: Small Sign White Background
Black text: “It’s a man’s World”
Black text: “Unless women vote!”
Black text: “Are you Registered?”
Item: Small Sign Yellow Background
Description: Text in Black Marker
Admission: $15 Children under 12 free. “Make Check Payable to CHOICE” Thank You!”

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Series 13: Miscellaneous

Student Research Projects
Student papers using Choice Foundation records.
Flo W’s Paper, title page missing, (Southern Methodist University Law Student) Kurt Albach, May 1986, “Pornography and the Anti-Abortionist”

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