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Vol. 1, No. 4
Daviller, Brenda Bozant
Gladys Payne, Kopp
Olivio, Darlene Hingle
Distaff was the first and only women's newspaper published in New Orleans. Distaff served as a forum for women's voices in politics, activism and the arts.
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American newspapers - - Sections, columns, etc. - - Women
Feminism and education
Second - wave feminism
Women political activists
Cover - TV: Medium Cool by Celeste Newbrough, Para-Medical Schools: Women Beware! By Mary Gehman, Flo Kennedy Knock Sweet Reasonableness
Page 2 - Sylvia de Swann, Artist by Loraine Despres, Distaff staff
Page 3 - Flo Kennedy Raps about Distaff, Para Med…, Curb…
Page 4 - Down to Earth by Susan Raymond
Page 5 - Beating the High Cost of Health Care by Loraine Despres, Advertisement – Jerusalem Gates, Remembrances by Brenda Bozant Davillier
Page 6 - Read Don’t Read by Suzanne Pharr, Advertisement – Wildflower, Blackberry Winter by Charlotte Behre
Page 8 - Growing up Gay by Lynn Miller
Page 9 - Prepared Childbirth by Darlene Hingle-Olivo, Advertisement – Sidney’s Newsstand
Page 10 - Stuff: art review by Phylis Parun, Flo Kennedy Knock Sweet Reasonableness (continued), Advertisement – The Lazybug Shop, Advertisement – Charlotte Behre, Clouds by Melanie Melito
Page 11 - Where the Melon Mellows, there the fly by Gladys Payne Kopp, Time by Gladys Payne Kopp, Drawing by Gigi Gillespie, Calme me by Carolyn Bereznak-Kenny, Advertisement – Betty Brasseaux, Advertisement – Distaff, Advertisement –The Kite Shop
Page 12 - Letters to Us, Advertisement – The Strawberry Patch, Advertisement – George Office Machines, Advertisement – Distaff, Right on!
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