This collection documents American popular entertainment with 334 English- and Yiddish-language playscripts, 146 theater playbills and programs, 61 motion pictures, 10 sound recordings and 143 photographs. Many of the programs include...
This online exhibit explores the history of the statues that Sakakawea inspired in North Dakota (1910) and in National Statuary Hall in the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. The "Popular Culture" section of the exhibit includes a link to a Flickr...
Indian women -- North America; Monuments
United States--District of Columbia--Washington (D.C.); United States -- North Dakota
A popular national newspaper among the U.S. deaf population from 1888 to 1929, The Silent Worker included articles about deaf community events, schools for the deaf, sign language, notable people, and a wide range of other topics. Browse the...
These newsletters from the 1970s and 1980s highlight the interests and activities of thirteen feminist and lesbian organizations and community groups in Houston, Austin, and other areas of Texas. The publications addressed such topics as the Equal...
Feminism; Feminists; Lesbianism; Lesbians; National Organization for Women; Political activity
United States -- Texas -- Austin; United States -- Texas -- Houston
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.
Every Week Magazine, published from 1915 to 1918, provides a rich resource for researchers who are interested in the home front during World War I, constructions of gender and race, popular fiction, and advertising.
Advertising; Periodicals; World War, 1914-1918
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