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I had five pregnancies in that period. C. : Were you writing as you were doing this? A. : Off and on—mostly off, until we went to Dartmouth College in Hanover, New Hampshire. Hanover was such a cold place, there’s nothing to do but sit in the house and write. And it was such a male-dominated society too. They didn’t stop me from going to the library, but they didn’t invite me to a lot of things. I’d been in Washington; I was wheeling and dealing. I came off of having tea with Walter Lippmann to being told that this is a stag party.
For a long time, I was the only woman on the Executive Council. They didn’t have a quota; it just seemed to fall into that pattern. That’s kind of the way it was, but then times changed and we got the Committee on Women in the SHA. So I, and Mollie Davis, and LaWanda Cox were the first ones. But we pointed out some things, and one of them was that there was a need for more than one woman on the SHA council, and that was sort of a breakthrough. After that we had lots of women on the council, but one at a time, you know.
K. Boyd Professor of History Emerita of Duke University. D. in American History from Radcliffe College in 1958. Earlier she had worked as a research associate, congressional representative, and editor of the National Voter for the League of Women Voters. She is the author of three books, The Southern Lady: From Pedestal to Politics, 1830–1930 (1970), Making the Invisible Woman Visible (1984), and Natural Allies: Women’s Associations in American History (1991). She is coauthor or editor of six books and has published over thirty articles and chapters in anthologies.