The photographs in this collection document many topics (e.g., "Gender in the workplace") and cover the years 1912 to 1951. An advanced search for Women OR Woman retrieves more than 1200 records. The collection also includes 21 photos of Marlene...
Employment; Fashion shows; Vocational education; World War, 1939-1945
Browse this collection of 125 oral history interviews by name, ethnicity, gender, and occupation. Key topics include the sit-ins at Woolworth's in 1960, participation in the civil rights movement by Bennett College students, and leadership roles in...
African American women; Civil rights movements; Race relations; Women college students; Women's colleges; Women journalists; Young Women's Christian Association of the U.S.A
This collection includes more than 100 oral history interviews with leaders in the disability rights and independent living movement. The "Research Topics" section provides links to interviews under a range of topics: Conceptualizing a Political...
Civil rights movements; People with disabilities -- Civil rights; Women
This collection includes more than 2,000 articles of childrenâ€™s clothing from the collections of the Wisconsin Historical Museum. Browse the collection by decade (then by gender and type of clothing).
This collection includes more than 2000 "ephemeral" (advertising, educational, industrial, and amateur) films. Browse the videos under such headings as "Advertising: Television Commercials," "Gender roles," and "Occupations" (e.g., librarians).
Advertising; Conduct of life; Employment; Home economics; Marriage; Sex education; World War, 1939-1945
This site includes videos of oral history interviews with 48 women who were employed in critical trades (e.g., shipbuilding and aircraft manufacturing) during the World War II years. This site includes videos of oral history interviews with 48...
Employment; Pay equity; Sex discrimination in employment; World War, 1939-1945
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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