Title: Nita Fox Papers
ID: OGLMC 311
Extent: 1.25 Linear Feet
Active member of the North Dakota Business and Professional Women’s Club, and the North Dakota Commission on the Status of Women. Vocal proponent of the Equal Rights Amendment
Nita Fox was born in York, England. She emigrated to America and married Cal V. Fox in 1956. She became an American citizen December 20, 1957. She worked for many years as the personal assistant to the Wing Commander at the Grand Forks Air Force Base.
Restrictions: Open for inspection under the Rules and Regulations of the Elwyn B. Robinson Department of Special Collections.
Acquisition Note: Source: Nita Fox, Grand Forks, North Dakota.
OGLMC 495: Business and Professional Women's Club Records
OGLMC 289: North Dakota Coordinating Council for the Equal Rights Amendment Records
Preferred Citation: (Description of Item). Nita Fox Papers. OGLMC 311, Box #, Folder #. Elwyn B. Robinson Department of Special Collections. Chester Fritz Library. University of North Dakota.
Finding Aid Revisions: Finding aid added to Archon in July 2012.
Collection Material Type: Organizational Records
Scope and Contents: The Nita Fox Papers, 1971-1975, consist primarily of materials for several organizations, mainly relating to the Equal Rights Amendment. Fox was an active member in the North Dakota Business and Professional Women’s Club, serving as State President in 1972-1973. Materials for this organization include correspondence, resolutions, and notes for a panel discussion on the Amendment. Fox also served as president of the North Dakota Commission on the Status of Women. These contents include correspondence, newspaper clippings, historical materials, and records from the (national) Citizens Advisory Council on the Status of Women. There are also items for the North Dakota Coordinating Council for the Equal Rights Amendment, as well as several folders of miscellaneous publications, articles, and newspaper clippings.