Hundreds of photographs of women in a variety of settings, including factories; banquets; social club gatherings; area parks; medical facilities; ships; and Barnard College plays. Also included are photographs of women at the New York Association...
Barnard College; Blind; Employment; Recreation; Societies and clubs; Theater; Women
Lee Morse (1897-1954) was a popular female vocalist in the 1920s and early 1930s. This digital collection includes numerous photographs of Morse, images of her 78-rpm records, a discography, and a biographical profile.
This collection includes a good selection ofacclaimed actresses (and actors) from the 1880s through the 1930s: Mary Anderson, Kate Claxton, Fanny Davenport, Pauline Hall, Helena Modjeska, Ada Rehan, Lillian Russell, and others.
The organization of this digital collection is based on the six areas used by Helen and Robert Lynd in their seminal sociological study of Muncie ("Middletown"), Indiana in the 1920s and 1930s: Getting a Living (e.g., Muncie Business and...
Camps; Religion; Sisters; Societies and clubs; Women -- Suffrage; Social life and customs; Young Women's Christian Association of the U.S.A.
This collection includes typescripts of interviews with thousands of Oklahomans conducted during the 1930s. Topics covered include the settlement of Oklahoma and Indian territories, living conditions, and daily life.
Indians of North America; Pioneers; Social life and customs; Women
This Flickr collection consists of nearly 7000 photographs from the Agricultural Communications Office of the Texas Agricultural Extension Service. The vast majority are black and white images from the 1930s through the late 1970s. See in...
Agriculture; Home demonstration work; Home economics; Rural women
Highlights include pottery and tools from the Rio Grande Classic Period (1325-1600), "Contemporary Pueblo" pottery by Maria Martinez and other artists, and Pablita Velarde's paintings from the 1930s and 1940s that have helped visitors understand...
Historic sites; Indian women -- North America; Women artists; Women potters
United States -- New Mexico
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