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Dear Parents without Partners,
My name is Kristin Celello. I am a history professor at Queens College and author of Making Marriage Work: A History of Marriage and Divorce in the Twentieth-Century United States. I am now working a book about the history of the post-divorce family in the U.S. and I have become very interested in the early history of Parents without Partners as part of this larger project.
At the suggestion of Janet Gallinati, I was wondering if any of you had historical materials--correspondence, minutes, photographs, news clippings, early newsletters etc.—that you would be willing to share with me? I am particularly interested in the earliest years of the organization (1956-1965 or so). I will gladly take care of any expenses related to copying/mailing such materials. I am also willing to share materials that I have collected from various archival sources. Also, if anyone was a member in those early years and would be willing to give me an interview, I would be happy to set one up.
Thank you in advance for your time and help. My e-mail address is: email@example.com.
Associate Professor of History
Queens College, CUNY