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The items in the Digital Collections of the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Library contain materials which represent or depict sensitive topics or were written from perspectives using outdated or biased language. The Library condemns discrimination and hatred on any grounds. As a research library that supports the mission and values of this land grant institution, it is incumbent upon the University Library to preserve, describe, and provide access to materials to accurately document our past, support learning about it, and effect change in the present. In accordance with the American Library Association’s Freedom to Read statement, we do not censor our materials or prevent patrons from accessing them.

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Mothers' Association Subject File (Born Digital Records and Digital Surrogates)

Mothers' Association Subject File (Born Digital Records and Digital Surrogates), 1977, 1980, 2002, includes two digitized typewritten texts, referring to the historical outline of the Dads' Association from 1980 and historical outline of Mothers' Association from 1977. This material is available online through the URL provided above.

Additional nearline material is available upon request, including born digital pictures, brochures and newsletters relating to artistic, athletic and recreational activities, activities held at the Illini Union; orientation resources for newly enrolled undergraduate students and their parents; and University resources for students. Please contact us if you want to use this information.

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