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Janet Good papers, 1965-1996

0.5 linear feet

Feminist, member of the Michigan Employment Security Commission, member of numerous feminist and civil rights organizations. Biographical information; subject files relating to activities with the Older Women's League, the National Organization for Women, and other feminist organizations.

The papers of Janet Good consist of 0.5 linear feet of documents relating primarily to Good's activities in feminist organizations and her work for the MESC. The papers are organized into a single topical series, arranged alphabetically. With the exception of the Biographical, the bulk of the collection relates to organizations in which Good participated.

The Biographical files documents aspects of Good's career not specifically relating to her involvement in feminist and civil rights organizations. Concise information about Good's life and career is contained in the News Clippings, Resume, and Photograph file.

Files for the National Organization for Women and the Older Women's League. contain materials relating to state or local chapters and to Good's participation on the national level, such as her role in organizing the 1977 NOW National Conference in Detroit and her preparation of Executive Committee minutes for the National Owl Board during her term as Secretary.


Older Women's League. Michigan Chapter. Records, 1982-2002

1 linear foot

Michigan chapter of the national Older Women's league organization, founded in 1982 by Janet Good, with goal of improving the lives of older women by means of political advocacy. Records include correspondence, minutes and videotapes on history and goals of OWL, also includes some records of Farmington Hills chapter.

This collection primarily documents the history and activities of the Michigan state OWL organization (OWL Michigan) and the local chapter in Farmington Hills. The OWL records consist of four series, OWL Michigan, Farmington Hills Chapter, Royal Oak Chapter, and Videocassettes. Most of the records are self-explanatory.