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Townsend Harris High SchoolSabrina HossainSocial Science Research Period 54/15/15Primary Sources & Archives

a. New York Public Library Manuscripts and Archives Division i. http://archives.nypl.org/mss/6450b. Bella Abzug Leadership Institute c. National Archives i. http://research.archives.gov/description/7452293d. Columbia University (Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Butler Library) i. http://www.columbia.edu/cu/lweb/archival/collections/ldpd_4078361/ii. http://findingaids.cul.columbia.edu/ead/nnc-rb/ldpd_4078361/summarye. New York University (The Tamiment Institute Library and Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives)

Books Bella! by Bella Abzug

Archives I will be using:a. New York Public Library Manuscripts and Archives Division i. http://archives.nypl.org/mss/6450b. Bella Abzug Leadership Institute c. National Archives d. Columbia University (Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Butler Library) e. New York University (The Tamiment Institute Library and Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives)

https://www.govtrack.us/congress/members/bella_abzug/400680http://jwa.org/media/excerpt-from-bella-abzug-interview-with-global-education-motivators-april-24-1997https://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=2199&dat=19780221&id=YU4yAAAAIBAJ&sjid=ZuYFAAAAIBAJ&pg=6561,2757150&hl=enhttp://www.pbs.org/wnet/newyork/series/interview/abzug.htmlhttp://www.dianamarahenry.com/AneveningwithBella.htmhttp://digitalcollections.nypl.org/items/00065880-035c-0131-fdcf-58d385a7b928#/?uuid=010fcf00-035c-0131-26ba-58d385a7b928http://findingaids.cul.columbia.edu/ead/nnc-rb/ldpd_4078361/summaryhttp://www.columbia.edu/cu/lweb/archival/collections/ldpd_4078361/http://nsarchive.gwu.edu/news/20120704/http://freeingjohnsinclair.aadl.org/node/199556http://www.writeopinions.com/government-in-the-sunshine-acthttp://www.citizensforethics.org/blog/entry/transparency-in-government-still-matters-sunshine-weekhttp://www.history.com/topics/womens-history/bella-abzug/speeches/bella-abzug-on-the-movement-for-sexual-equalityhttps://research.archives.gov/id/7342679?q=bella%20abzughttps://research.archives.gov/id/177842?q=bella%20abzughttps://research.archives.gov/id/12082600?q=bella%20abzughttps://research.archives.gov/search?q=bella%20abzug&rows=20&offset=0&tabType=all&facet=true&facet.fields=oldScope,level,materialsType,fileFormat,locationIds,dateRangeFacet&highlight=true&f.oldScope=onlinehttp://credo.library.umass.edu/view/full/muph051-s01b-i00223https://archive.org/details/cspanstateoftheworldforumhttp://search.time.com/results.html?D=bella%20abzug&sid=14D96177BA32&Ntt=bella%20abzug&Ntk=WithBody2009&Ntx=mode+matchallpartial%2bsnip%2bp_body%3a25&N=45&Nf=p_date_range%7cBTWN+19230101+20141231&Nty=1http://time.com/2853184/feminism-has-a-bra-burning-myth-problem/https://blogs.cul.columbia.edu/ohro/files/2012/03/A_Medley_Of_Voices_Bella_Abzug_Gene_Kelly_Learned_Hand_Alice_Paul_Bennet_Cerf_Omar_Bradley_Edward_Koch_Norman_Thomas.mp3http://www.suzannebraunlevine.com/2009/11/05/rep-bella-abzug-unforgettable-the-congresswoman-for-every-woman/#sthash.07U5MO3m.dpbshttps://www1.cuny.edu/portal_ur/content/womens_leadership/women_politics.htmlhttp://www.historyforsale.com/html/prodetails.asp?documentid=70308&start=1&page=154http://www.governmentattic.org/4docs/CIA_BellaAbzug_1971-1975.pdfhttp://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/ws/?pid=7247

Townsend Harris High SchoolSabrina HossainSocial Science Research Period 55/28/15

Archives Annotations"Abzug, Bella (1920-1998) American Jewish Congresswoman." AJC Archives. AJC Global Jewish Advocacy. Web. This web page is from the AJC Archives. They published multiple audio clips of Bella Abzug and they were divided by topic of the interview.

Abzug, Bella. "DO YOU KNOW ME?" Iowa State University Women's Political Communication Archives. The Carrie Chapman Catt Center. Web. This is a speech by Bella Abzug that was for the Center for American Women and Politics conference. This was found in the Archives of Women's Political Communication by Iowa State University.

Abzug, Bella. "PLENARY SPEECH, FOURTH WORLD CONFERENCE ON WOMEN - SEPT. 12, 1995." Iowa State University Archives of Women's Political Communication. The Carrie Chapman Catt Center. Web. This speech was written by Bella Abzug for the Fourth World Conference on Women In Beijing, China. This was published by the Archives of Women's Communication in Iowa State University.

Athletes Sylvia Ortiz, Peggy Kokernot, and Michelle Cearcy Carrying a Torch That Had Been Relayed from Seneca Falls, New York, to Houston to Open the First National Women's Conference; They Are Accompanied by Billie Jean King, Susan B. Anthony, Bella Abzug, and Betty Friedan. Digital image. Library of Congress. Library of Congress. Web. This digital image was found in the Library of Congress. Bella Abzug is among the many marching ladies in the front. The photo was took during the First National Women's Conference

Bella Abzug, Betty Freidan and Billy Jean King Accompany Torch Relay Runners into Houston. Digital image. The National Archives Catalog. The National Archives. Web. This digital image was found on the National Archives website. This image displays Bella Abzug marching during the first National Women's Conference.

"Excerpt from Bella Abzug Interview with Global Education Motivators, April 24, 1997." Excerpt from Bella Abzug Interview with Global Education Motivators, April 24, 1997. Jewish Women's Archive. Web. This is an excerpt from an interview with Bella Abzug that was published by the Jewish Women's Archive.

"Happy 46th Birthday, Freedom of Information!" The National Security Archive. The National Security Archive, 4 July 2012. Web. This online source was found on The National Security Archive website. This source celebrates the 46th birthday of the Freedom of Information Act that Bella Abzug helped to create.

Leffler, Warren K. Bella Abzug at Press Conference for National Youth Conference for '72. Digital image. Library of Congress. Library of Congress. Web. This digital image was found on the Library of Congress website. Abzug was attending a press conference for the National Youth Conference. This photo also demonstrates her use of the wide-brimmed hat.

New York Mayor, Edward Koch, Congresswoman Bella Abzug Meet with Jimmy Carter. Digital image. The National Archives Catalog. The National Archive. Web.This digital image was found on the National Archives website. It was created on February 3rd, 1978.

"Bella Abzug." Interviews. PBS. Web.

This is an interview that PBS had with Bella Abzug. This webpage includes what Abzug felt about certain topics, such as her family, New York City, and politics.

Henry, Diana Mara. "An Evening with Bella." An Evening with Bella. Diana Mara Henry. Web.

Diana Mara Henry was hired by Bella Abzug to be a personal photographer and all the photographs are what Henry took during this period.

Henry, Diana Mara. Bella on the Arts. Digital image. Jewish Women's Archive. Diana MaraHenry. Web.

This digital image is a political poster of Bella Abzug. It depicts her with her famous hat speaking in front of a microphone with a quote on the bottom.

Henry, Diana Mara. Campaign Materials from Bella's Race for Mayor. Digital image. JewishWomen's Archive. Diana Mara Henry. Web.

This digital image is of a newspaper article written in spanish about Bella Abzugs race to be become the mayor of New York City. In the image, Abzug is seen with her daughter, Liz Abzug who is head of Liz Abzug Consulting Services and the Bella Abzug Leadership Institute and Harold Holzer, a Shakespeare scholar and the Vice President of the Metropolitan Museum in the middle of a campaign on the sidewalk.

Henry, Diana Mara. Newspaper Clip of Bella Abzug. Digital image. Jewish Women's Archive.Diana Mara Henry. Web.

This newspaper clipping of Bella Abzug is written in Spanish on one half and English on the other. On the right, it writes how Bella Abzug is the answer to New York's problems and she knows what to do and how to do it.

Henry, Diana Mara. Picture of Bella Abzug with a Quote. Digital image. Jewish Women'sArchive. Diana Mara Henry. Web.

This digital image depicts Bella Abzug along with a quote that she said,

Diana Mara, Henry. Women for Bella. Digital image. Diana Mara Henry. Web.

This digital image displays a letter during the time which Bella Abzug was running to be the Mayor of New York. The letter describes why the people should vote for Abzug and why shes the ideal candidate. This letter was written by Ruth Bader Ginsberg, Gloria Steinem, Georgia McMurray, and Lt. Governor Mary Anne Krupsak.

"Excerpt from Bella Abzug Interview with Global Education Motivators, April 24, 1997."Jewish Women's Archive. Global Education Motivators. Web.

This is an excerpt from an interview with Bella Abzug on April 24, 1997. In this excerpt, Abzug answers a question about her identity crisis when people would assume she was the secretary when she was actually the lawyer and talks about the significance of her hats.

"Rep. Bella Abzug." GovTrack.us. Civic Impulse, LLC. Web.

This website provides detailed statistics along with graphs about Bella Abzug. This includes a list of her elected positions and the years she served in Congress. A scatter plot displays the bills that she supported, as well as her position in the House of Representatives. Links further down the page includes the bills that Abzug sponsored.

Will, George F. "Bella Abzug Has to Have Doubts by Now." Lawrence Journal-World (21 Feb.1978). Lawrence Journal-World - Google News Archive Search. Lawrence Journal-World. Web.

This is an online copy of the February 21, 1978 issue of the Lawrence Journal-World newspaper. It was written by George F. Will. In this article, Will speaks about the doubts that Abzug might have running around in her head after losing multiple elections.

"Abzug, Bella (1920-1998) American Jewish Congresswoman." AJC Archives. AJC Global Jewish Advocacy. Web.

This web page is from the AJC Archives. They published multiple audio clips of Bella Abzug and they were divided by topic of the interview.

Abzug, Bella. "DO YOU KNOW ME?" Iowa State University Women's Political Communication Archives. The Carrie Chapman Catt Center. Web.

This is a speech by Bella Abzug that was for the Center for American Women and Politics conference. This was found in the Archives of Women's Political Communication by Iowa State University. Abzug, Bella. "PLENARY SPEECH, FOURTH WORLD CONFERENCE ON WOMEN - SEPT. 12, 1995." Iowa State University Archives of Women's Political Communication. The Carrie Chapman Catt Center. Web.

This speech was written by Bella Abzug for the Fourth World Conference on Women In Beijing, China. This was published by the Archives of Women's Communication in Iowa State University. Athletes Sylvia Ortiz, Peggy Kokernot, and Michelle Cearcy Carrying a Torch That Had Been Relayed from Seneca Falls, New York, to Houston to Open the First National Women's Conference; They Are Accompanied by Billie Jean King, Susan B. Anthony, Bella Abzug, and Betty Friedan. Digital image. Library of Congress. Library of Congress. Web.

This digital image was found in the Library of Congress. Bella Abzug is among the many marching ladies in the front. The photo was took during the First National Women's Conference Bella Abzug, Betty Freidan and Billy Jean King Accompany Torch Relay Runners into Houston. Digital image. The National Archives Catalog. The National Archives. Web.

This digital image was found on the National Archives website. This image displays Bella Abzug marching during the first National Women's Conference. "Excerpt from Bella Abzug Interview with Global Education Motivators, April 24, 1997." Excerpt from Bella Abzug Interview with Global Education Motivators, April 24, 1997. Jewish Women's Archive. Web.

This is an excerpt from an interview with Bella Abzug that was published by the Jewish Women's Archive. "Happy 46th Birthday, Freedom of Information!" The National Security Archive. The National Security Archive, 4 July 2012. Web.

This online source was found on The National Security Archive website. This source celebrates the 46th birthday of the Freedom of Information Act that Bella Abzug helped to create. Leffler, Warren K. Bella Abzug at Press Conference for National Youth Conference for '72. Digital image. Library of Congress. Library of Congress. Web.

This digital image was found on the Library of Congress website. Abzug was attending a press conference for the National Youth Conference. This photo also demonstrates her use of the wide-brimmed hat. New York Mayor, Edward Koch, Congresswoman Bella Abzug Meet with Jimmy Carter. Digital image. The National Archives Catalog. The National Archive. Web.

This digital image was found on the National Archives website. It was created on February 3rd, 1978.

Townsend Harris High SchoolSabrina HossainSocial Science Research Period 55/11/15

Primary Source Annotations

"Bella Abzug." Interviews. PBS. Web.

This is an interview that PBS had with Bella Abzug. This webpage includes what Abzug felt about certain topics, such as her family, New York City, and politics.

Henry, Diana Mara. "An Evening with Bella." An Evening with Bella. Diana Mara Henry. Web.

Diana Mara Henry was hired by Bella Abzug to be a personal photographer and all the photographs are what Henry took during this period.

Henry, Diana Mara. Bella on the Arts. Digital image. Jewish Women's Archive. Diana Mara Henry. Web.

This digital image is a political poster of Bella Abzug. It depicts her with her famous hat speaking in front of a microphone with a quote on the bottom.

Henry, Diana Mara. Campaign Materials from Bella's Race for Mayor. Digital image. Jewish Women's Archive. Diana Mara Henry. Web.

This digital image is of a newspaper article written in spanish about Bella Abzugs race to be become the mayor of New York City. In the image, Abzug is seen with her daughter, Liz Abzug who is head of Liz Abzug Consulting Services and the Bella Abzug Leadership Institute and Harold Holzer, a Shakespeare scholar and the Vice President of the Metropolitan Museum in the middle of a campaign on the sidewalk.

Henry, Diana Mara. Newspaper Clip of Bella Abzug. Digital image. Jewish Women's Archive. Diana Mara Henry. Web.

This newspaper clipping of Bella Abzug is written in Spanish on one half and English on the other. On the right, it writes how Bella Abzug is the answer to New York's problems and she knows what to do and how to do it.

Henry, Diana Mara. Picture of Bella Abzug with a Quote. Digital image. Jewish Women's Archive. Diana Mara Henry. Web.

This digital image depicts Bella Abzug along with a quote that she said,

Diana Mara, Henry. Women for Bella. Digital image. Diana Mara Henry. Web.

This digital image displays a letter during the time which Bella Abzug was running to be the Mayor of New York. The letter describes why the people should vote for Abzug and why shes the ideal candidate. This letter was written by Ruth Bader Ginsberg, Gloria Steinem, Georgia McMurray, and Lt. Governor Mary Anne Krupsak.

"Excerpt from Bella Abzug Interview with Global Education Motivators, April 24, 1997." Jewish Women's Archive. Global Education Motivators. Web.

This is an excerpt from an interview with Bella Abzug on April 24, 1997. In this excerpt, Abzug answers a question about her identity crisis when people would assume she was the secretary when she was actually the lawyer and talks about the significance of her hats.

"Rep. Bella Abzug." GovTrack.us. Civic Impulse, LLC. Web.

This website provides detailed statistics along with graphs about Bella Abzug. This includes a list of her elected positions and the years she served in Congress. A scatter plot displays the bills that she supported, as well as her position in the House of Representatives. Links further down the page includes the bills that Abzug sponsored.

Will, George F. "Bella Abzug Has to Have Doubts by Now." Lawrence Journal-World (21 Feb. 1978). Lawrence Journal-World - Google News Archive Search. Lawrence Journal-World. Web.

This is an online copy of the February 21, 1978 issue of the Lawrence Journal-World newspaper. It was written by George F. Will. In this article, Will speaks about the doubts that Abzug might have running around in her head after losing multiple elections.