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Series VIII. Connie Cook Litigation Files [series]:
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Litigation files, 1974-76
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Litigation files, 1975
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Litigation files - principal cases
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Sample complaints and complaint material
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Discovery, 1976
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Correspondence, 1974
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Exhibits
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Connie Cook/ACLU and my case, 1975-76
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#1 client documents
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ACLU
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#1 client Wendt and Beebe trials
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Names and addresses
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#1 client courts and judges
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Research - civil rights
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Research - conspiracy
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Ref. Women and (Religion) Episcopal Liturgy, 1972-74
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Correspondence, 1976
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#1 client - New York Human Rights
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Schiess litigation, C-1
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#1 client - U.S. EEOC
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Convention, 1976
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Fundraising
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Validity - other priests and friends
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Complaint - correspondence
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Support Materials
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News releases
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Newsletter - WON
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Inter-office memos
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Grace C. Kennedy
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Ordinations - blacks
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Ordination - church documents
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Ordination/custom - Catholic
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Civil intervention in church affairs
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Church/state - discrimination; aid to school
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Church/state - equal protection
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Church/state - general
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Church/state - religious sects
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Church/state - tax exemption
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women and ordination - general
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Regularization/completion
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McClure
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Serbian Church decision - hierarchy
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Validity - bishops
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Validity - church decisions and documents
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Validity - theologians
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Copies
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2. Betty Bone Schiess is a priest of the Episcopal Church
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3. Defendant diocese is a corporation
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4. Defendant diocese is engaged in interstate commerce and employs more than 15 people
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6. Defendant Cole acts as an employment agency
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7. Betty Bone Schiess was offered employment by Grace episcopal Church
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8. Defendant Cole refused to license Betty Bone Schiess because she's female
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9. Betty Bone Schiess Applied to Defendant Cole for employment in parishes where the Defendant acts as an employment agent
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10. Bishop Cole Admits that Betty Bone Schiess is qualified in all respects except sex
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11. The constitution/canon of the Episcopal Church do NOT prohibit women priests
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12. Defendant Cole needs no more authority to license Betty Bone Schiess
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14. Bishops conferred so as not to allow the women to function
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15. These meetings constituted a conspiracy
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16. The bishops prevented an ecclesiastical trial
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17. Defendant Cole prevented the filing of presentments against Betty Bone Schiess that might have produced an ecclesiastical trial
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18. These acts constitute a conspiracy
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19. Betty Bone Schiess filed a timely complaint with the New York State Human Rights Division
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20. Betty Bone Schiess filed a timely complaint with EEOC
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21. A notice of Betty Bone Schiess's right to sue was issued by EEOC
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#1 client - research - separation of church and state
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#1 client -research - women in religion
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#1 client - CEC working papers
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#1 client -expenditures and finances
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#1 client - duplicates
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#1 client - press clippings - 1974, relating to ordination of women and Schiess
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#1 client - staff - working papers (duplicates)
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#1 client - research - ordination validity
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Answer
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Northern District rules and info
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Complaint drafts - old
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#1 client
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General convention, 1976
   
Ordination certificates; flyer