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Smith, Ellen Rosser

CSUS Special Collections & Archives - Manuscript Collections


Ellen Rosser Smith papers


Ellen Rosser Smith was an English professor at California State University, Sacramento. She was also involved in developing the Women's Studies Program at the University as well as being active in the Women's Caucus, the United Professors of California, and both of the University's and UPC's Affirmative Action Committee.

The collection includes material used in teaching and material that relates to her activities in the women's movement. Of special interest are the papers that discuss discrimination against women and minorities in the California University system.


Collection is open for research. Some restrictions may apply.

Date Span: 1972-1978

Extent: 2.5 linear feet (2 record cartons)

An employment survey of women and women of various ethnic groups, circa 1970s.

Finding Aids:
Guide to the Ellen Rosser Smith Papers, 1972-1978 [xml]
Directory of Special Collections of the California State University Libraries [link]
OneSearch - Sacramento State University Library catalog [link]

Sacramento State Faculty
Women & Women Studies