University of Arizona

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Planned Parenthood Interviews by Mary Melcher

CDs with Planned Parenthood Interviews

5 oral history interviews related to Planned Parenthood, reproductive rights, feminism, politics and health care in Southern Arizona conducted by Mary Melcher in 2010 with the following individuals: Priscilla Robinson, Janet Marcus, Reyn Voevodsky, Judy Tamsen, and Michael Smith. Melcher is a historian and curator of exhibits related to Arizona and women’s history. She is the co-founder of a state-wide project, the Arizona Women’s Heritage Trail. She has conducted over 140 oral histories which have culminated in exhibits, articles and speeches. She holds a Ph.D. in American History from Arizona State University and a Masters of Arts in Literature from Goddard Cambridge College. She currently works as Education Program Manager at Sharlot Hall Museum in Prescott, Arizona.