The fonds consists of records originating from the Toronto Women's Place. The records include a history of the organization, lists of women's groups and members, information and referral sheets, as well as newsletters and magazines featuring information about Women's Place.
The file contains a document entitled "Who we are, Where we are, How we got here" which provides a description of the Women's Place's purpose. Another document entitled "Why" is also included. There is also a mailout which includes a policy statement, a list of services offered, and schedule.
This file contains a clipping fom the magazine Toronto Life, March 1973, showcasing the Toronto Women's Place. It also contains two issues of The Other Woman (Winter 1972 and July/August 1973, Vol. 1 No. 6) one of which features Nancy Logeman on the cover.
The fonds consists of records related to the activities of the National Association of Women and the Law, its Steering Committee and Caucus'. Records are related to NAWL publications, conferences, administration, history and various issues. The fonds is broken down into nine series.
The series consists of material starting from the early days of NAWL and its beginnings after the 1974 Windsor conference on Women and the Law and the Interim Organizing Committee based out of the University of Ottawa Law School. The National Steering Committee was established in 1975 and acts as the Board of Directors. The series is broken down into sub-series and records include by-laws and constitutions, manuals, resolutions, meeting minutes and reports, financial documents, as well as correspondence. It also includes records related to fundraising, grant applications and external funding requests as well as membership.