Biographical profile includes a good selection of primary sources. Examples include advertisments for Goldman's speeches; Goldman's first published writing on the subject of marriage (1897); Goldman's deportation portrait (1919); Eulogy by...
Women anarchists; Women political activists; World War, 1914-1918
McClintock (1902-1992) won the 1983 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for her discovery of genetic transposition. This collection includes a biographical profile of McClintock and a variety of primary sources.
Highlights include interviews with Diane Nash, and Rosa Parks, and Sonia Sanchez;
a video profile of Fannie Lou Hamer; and Sylvia Mendez' recollection of the conditions that led Mexican Americans to sue for desegregation in the 1940s.
Frances Goff (1916-1994) was the first personnel director of the Texas Railroad Commission, served as secretary to a Texas state legislator and Governor W. Lee O'Daniel, and worked as the director for the Texas Bluebonnet Girls' State program and...
Three women are among the 10 individuals highlighted in this collection: psychologist and activist Mamie Clark, philanthropist Mary Lasker, and New Deal secretary of labor Frances Perkins. Each section includes a biographical profile, a small photo...
African American women; Women cabinet officers; Women philanthropists; Women psychologists
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.
Vaudeville; Women singers
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