Mathilde "Tilly" Salomon of Great Neck, New York was active in the women's liberation movement beginning in the early 1970's and involved with the National Organization for Women. Salomon took part in or led workshops or wrote on feminism, consciousness raising, sexuality, prostitution, and body image. Included are notes, writings, clippings, letters, and workshop materials.
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