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Scope and Content Note
The Rosamonde Ramsay Boyd Papers consist of bylaws, minutes, financial records, handbooks, annual reports, congressional records, pamphlets, and newspaper articles relating to the South Carolina Conference on the status of Women, the South Carolina American Association of University Women, and various other organizations supporting the Equal Rights Amendment. Dr. Rosamonde Ramsay Boyd (1900-1993) played an instrumental role in founding the South Carolina Conference on the Status of Women and was active in many of the other organizations. The Boyd Papers also contain records relating to the League of Women Voters, the South Carolina Coalition for the ERA, and the South Carolina Council for the Common Good.
The Rosamonde Ramsay Boyd Papers were donated to the Archives by Dr. Rosamonde Ramsay Boyd on July 3, 1980.
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "Rosamonde Ramsay Boyd Papers - Accession 331". Finding Aid 1312.
LC Subject Headings
Boyd, Rosamonde Ramsay--Archives; South Carolina Commission on the Status of Women; South Carolina Commission on Women; American Association of University Women. South Carolina Division; League of Women Voters (U.S.); South Carolina Coalition for the Equal Rights Amendment; South Carolina Council for the Common Good; Women’s rights--South Carolina