Milwaukie, WI: Women's Counseling Service, [ca. 1970]. Seven documents, all but one of them mimeographed staplebound packets, the other a six-panel brochure on breast examination called "A poke in time..." Mild wear.
Includes introduction to IUD contraception, "Physical facts of sexual intercourse," "Basic Nutrition," "Understanding orgasm" by Susan Lydon, "The politics of population" by Walter Daum (reprinted from the International Socialist Environmental Supplement), and Ellen Willis' "Whatever happened to Women? Nothing - that's the trouble" (reprinted from Mademoiselle). Several of these packets were standards of the movement, reprinted by local organizations around the country.