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    • Short Creek Photographs

    • The LDS church renounced polygamy in 1904, In the 1930s, fundamentalists who practiced polygamy settled in Short Creek, a town on the border of Arizona and Utah. Although the state of Arizona raided the community and seized 263 children in 1953,...
    • Children; Families; Girls; Marriage; Mormons; Polygamy
    • United States -- Arizona; United States -- Utah
    • At Home in Brooklyn: The Nooney Brooklyn Photographs, 1978-1979

    • This collection includes 576 black and white photographs by Dinanda H. Nooney (d. 2004) that document almost 200 families and individuals in their homes. These photos reflect the ethnic and economic diversity of Brooklyn in the late 1970s.
    • Dwellings; Families; Women photographers
    • Brooklyn (New York, N.Y.); United States -- New York (State) -- New York
    • Virginia's Colonial Dynasties

    • This online exhibit includes 24 portraits of members of the Randolph, Byrd, Carter, Fitzhugh, Wormeley, Eskridge, Page, Baylor, and Gordon families.
    • Clothing and dress; Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775; Girls; Portraits; Women
    • United States -- Virginia
    • Highlights from the Saltonstall Family Collections

    • The papers, photographs, art, and artifacts of the Saltonstall family, one of the founding families of Massachusetts, document five centuries of family history and involvement in public life. Highlights include the correspondence of Mary Cooke...
    • Revolution, 1775-1783; World War, 1914-1918
    • France; United States--Massachusetts
    • Katherine Deyo Cookingham Downer Collection

    • The Deyo Cookingham Family Photograph Album includes images of members of the Deyo, Cookingham, Howell, and Brodhead families. The digital collection also includes selected articles of clothing worn by members of the Deyo Cookingham family.
    • Clothing and dress; Portraits
    • United States -- New York (State) -- New Paltz
    • Tobacco Bag Stringing

    • Members of farm families in North Carolina supplemented their incomes by sewing drawstrings into cotton tobacco bags. This site reproduces the "Report on Tobacco Bag Stringing Operations in North Carolina and Virginia" that was produced in 1939....
    • Depressions -- 1929; Employment; Tobacco industry; Women
    • United States -- North Carolina -- Rockingham County; United States -- North Carolina -- Wilkes County; United States -- Virginia -- Richmond
    • Clara Breed Collection

    • Clara Breed, a children's librarian at San Diego Public Library, corresponded regularly with her Japanese American patrons after they were forced into concentration camps with their families in 1942. This collection includes over 300 letters and...
    • Children; Girls; Japanese Americans Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945; Women librarians; World War, 1939-1945
    • United States -- Arizona -- Poston; United States -- California -- Arcadia;
    • Wisconsin Goes to War: Our Civil War Experience

    • This collection includes numerous letters by Cordelia Harvey, the state sanitary agent. Harvey wrote about sick and wounded Wisconsin soldiers, construction of army hospitals, and requests for aid. Another subcollection includes papers related to...
    • Civil War, 1861-1865; Women
    • United States -- Wisconsin
    • Wisconsin’s Holocaust Survivors

    • These photographs document the lives of Holocaust survivors and their families before World War II, in postwar Europe, and early years in Wisconsin.
    • Holocaust survivors
    • United States -- Wisconsin

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