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    • Cora Wilson Stewart Photographic Collection,ca. 1900-1940

    • Cora Wilson Stewart founded the moonlight schools and was a leader in the national campaign to eliminate adult illiteracy. The bulk of the photographs in this collection document moonlight schools in Eastern Kentucky.
    • Adult education; Literacy; Women educators
    • United States -- Kentucky
    • May Wright Sewall Papers

    • May Eliza Wright Sewall (1844-1920) worked as an activist and leader for a number of social causes, such as education, women's rights, cultural enrichment, and world peace. This collection includes 470 letters written to May Wright Sewall between...
    • Women social reformers; Women's rights
    • United States -- Indiana -- Indianapolis
    • Florida Memory: Film & Video Clips

    • Includes footage of a ceremony from 1948 honoring Betty Skelton, the U.S. Feminine Aerobatic Stunt Flying Champion; Ladies Professional Golf Association; civil rights leader Angela Davis speaking at Florida A&M University’s Black History Month...
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    • United States -- Florida
    • Suffragists Oral History Project

    • This collection includes full-length interviews with seven women who played key roles in the suffrage movement. Burnita Shelton Matthews remembers law school, the origin and development of the Equal Rights Amendment, and her appointment as the...
    • Equal Rights Amendment; Suffragists; Women -- Suffrage
    • United States
    • Margaret Sanger and the Woman Rebel

    • Sanger's publication of the feminist journal The Woman Rebel in 1914 established her as the key leader in the birth control movement. This collection includes digital images of pages from the journal, letters to and from Sanger, and a detailed...
    • Birth control; Feminism; Feminists
    • United States
    • Kansas Memory

    • Highlights include photographs of temperance leader Carry Amelia Nation, legislator Nancy Kassebaum, and Amelia Earhart; documentation of the struggle for woman suffrage in Kansas; and diaries by Mary Madgalene (Bower) Brulport (1877-1879) and ...
    • Temperance; Women -- Suffrage
    • United States -- Kansas

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