Summary: Material relating to first and second editions of, DOCUMENTARY HERSTORY OF WOMEN ARTISTS IN REVOLUTION, a compilation of correspondence, publicity, manifestos and other material documenting the history of W.A.R., a women's caucus of the Art Worker's Coalition; an address by Jacqueline Skiles, " The Women Artists Movement." presented August 28, 1972, at the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association; letters ordering the publication; notes; bank statements, request slips and purchase orders, receipts and invoices; first and second edition copies of HESTORY; flyers; and printed miscellany.
Art organization; New York, N.Y. Caucus of the Art Worker's Coalition.
Donated 1972 & 1979 by Jacqueline Skiles, founder of the organization.
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Women Artists in Revolution records, 1970-1978. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
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