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    • Harvey Girls of the Winslow Harvey Houses

    • Fred Harvey opened a chain of restaurants and inns known as "Harvey Houses" in the late nineteenth century. The first Harvey House in Winslow, Arizona was built in 1897. Waitresses who worked at Harvey Eating Houses were known as "Harvey Girls."...
    • Waitresses
    • United States -- Arizona -- Winslow
    • Johnston (Frances Benjamin) Collection

    • This collection includes more than 2,700 photographs by Frances Benjamin Johnston (1864-1952) in the course of her career as a photojournalist, portrait and architectural photographer. Particularly noteworthy are Johnston's photographs of...
    • Gardens; Historic houses; Women photographers
    • United States
    • Historic New England Collections Access

    • In addition to search options, users can discover the strengths of this rich collection by browsing by category: architecture (photos of historic buildings and houses, architectural drawings); art (e.g., miniature portraits); clothing and...
    • Advertising; Businesswomen; Clothing and dress; Historic houses; Social life and customs; Women in advertising
    • United States -- Connecticut; United States -- Maine; United States -- Massachusetts; United States -- New Hampshire; United States -- Rhode Island; United States -- Vermont
    • Rosenwald Schools of South Carolina: An Oral History Exhibit

    • The Julius Rosenwald Foundation, working in collaboration with African American communities, built more than 5000 schools, shop buildings, and teachers' houses across the South between 1917 and 1932. In these oral history interviews, women and men...
    • African American schools; African American students; African American women teachers; African Americans -- Education; Julius Rosenwald Fund -- Buildings.; School buidlings; Segregation in education
    • United States -- South Carolina
    • Sewall-Belmont House & Museum Catalog

    • The Sewall-Belmont House & Museum houses the National Woman’s Party (NWP) collection, which documents history of the suffrage movement and the campaign for the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA). Highlights from this digital collection include suffrage...
    • Equal Rights Amendment; National Woman's Party; Suffragists; Women -- suffrage
    • United States

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