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Women and Civic Involvement

Women have helped, on many levels, to shape politics by campaigning for others, or by becoming a congresspersons.

Lisa Murkowski at a 1983 Stevens intern reunion. Senator Lisa Murkowski is a former intern of Senator Ted Stevens and considered him a mentor.
Secretary of Transportation, Elizabeth Dole. (1983).
Begich Boggs Visitor Center (1986). Ribbon cutting at opening of the Begich Boggs Visitor Center in Portage Valley AK. In 1973, Mrs. Lindy Boggs completed her late husband’s term in the U.S. House of Representatives and Mrs. Pegge Begich was involved in Alaska politics. (L-R Senator Stevens, Pegge Begich, Lindy Boggs, unidentifed).
Anchorage women’s lunch (1983).
Anchorage Women’s lunch (1983).
Anchorage Women’s lunch (1983).
Women for Stevens (1971). Unidentified women and Ann Stevens campaigning for the Senator.
Senator Margaret Chase Smith (1970). Senators Stevens and Margaret Chase Smith at a policy luncheon.
Chair of Women for Stevens, Petersburg (1970). At Haugen Day dinner in Petersburg, from L to R Celia Reid, Stevens, Jean Ellis (Chairwoman), Jodell Jones.