MICROFILM 7785 (Master printing copy. Available for reproduction only.)
Other good places for researchers to look for pamphlet materials concerning women in Chile include other microfilms from the Princeton University Latin American Microfilm Collection, including: Women in Chile, 1982-1986: pamphlets, Women in Chile, 1923-1990, II: pamphlets, Fundación Cema Chile: a collection of pamphlets, Chilean Government Pamphlets of the Secretaría Nacional de la Mujer, Círculo de Estudios de la Mujer, Chile: pamphlets, Chilean women's organizations and protest activities, 1985-1987, Women in Chile, 1975-1994, III: pamphlets, Women in Chile IV, 1985-1998, and Mujer/fempress. Other microfilms from the Collection that are likely to include information on women are those on development, economy, education, human rights, indigenous peoples, politics, and social issues.
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