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    • Harpeth Hall

    • Four institutions with a related history provided secondary and higher education to young women in Nashville, TN from 1865 to the present: W.E. Ward’s Seminary for Young Ladies (1865-1913); Belmont College for Young Women (1890-1913); Ward-Belmont...
    • College preparatory schools; Education, Primary; Education, Secondary; Girls' schools
    • United States -- Tennessee -- Nashville
    • From Pi Beta Phi to Arrowmont

    • The Pi Beta Phi Settlement School was founded in 1912 by the Pi Beta Phi Fraternity for Women. This collection includes letters, diaries, and scrapbooks written and compiled by Settlement School teachers; photographs of the Settlement School,...
    • Education; Handicraft; Pi Beta Phi Settlement School; Women teachers
    • United States -- Tennessee -- Gatlinburg
    • Edna Tiny Tarbutton Collection

    • This collection includes a variety of sources that document the career of Hall of Fame high school basketball coach Willie Edna Tiny Tarbutton: a scrapbook with team photographs from 1945 to 1976 and clippings of articles about the teams; a photo...
    • Camps for girls; Girls in basketball; Women basketball coaches
    • United States -- Louisiana -- Baskin
    • Land of (Unequal) Opportunity

    • Highlights include documentation of the integration of Little Rock Central High School; text of Daisy Bates speaking against the slow pace of integration; images of Civil Rights Protests at Arkansas AM&N College; essays by Japanese American...
    • African Americans; Civil rights movements; Equal Rights Amendment; Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945; Lesbians; School integration
    • United States -- Arkansas
    • Sunday School Books: Shaping the Values of Youth in Nineteenth-Century America

    • This collection includes 163 Sunday school books published between 1815 and 1865, drawn from the collections of Michigan State University Libraries and the Clarke Historical Library at Central Michigan University Libraries. The books cover such...
    • Conduct of life; Girls; Religion; Religious literature; Sunday school literature
    • United States
    • Fair Hill Boarding School Letters

    • Fair Hill Seminary was also known as the Fair Hill Boarding School for Girls. In addition to a small selection of letters, this collection includes circulars from 1860 and 1862 that cover the school's course of study, textbooks used, regulations,...
    • Education; Girls; Girls' schools; Social life and customs
    • United States -- Maryland -- Fair Hill
    • A Canterbury Tale: A Resource Package for Connecticut's Prudence Crandall Affair

    • Prudence Crandall, a white Quaker, opened a teacher-training school for young African-American women in Canterbury, Connecticut in 1833. Local opposition forced the school to close the following year. This collection includes a selection of...
    • African American women; Education; Women educators
    • United States -- Connecticut -- Canterbury
    • Mary Ellen Ewing vs the Houston School Board

    • This collection includes clippings that document Ewing's work in public school reform and for the suffrage campaign.
    • School boards; Suffragists; Women -- Suffrage
    • United States -- Texas -- Houston
    • Ogontz School, 1850-1950

    • This online exhibit includes more than 50 photographs that document the history of the Ogontz School. Topics covered include administration of the school, academics, student activities (e.g., May Day), outstanding alumnae (e.g., Amelia Earhart),...
    • Education, Secondary; Girls' Schools; Private schools
    • United States -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia;
    • Iron Hill Museum oral history recordings and transcripts

    • The Iron Hill School #112C was an African American one-room schoolhouse that was in operation from 1923 until 1964. The 37 interviews (audio and transcripts) in this collection document life at Iron Hill School and at schools for white children,...
    • African American girls; African American schools; African Americans -- Education;
    • United States -- Delaware -- Iron Hill
    • Elinor Dale Runcie Collection

    • In addition to being a prolific writer, Ellinor Dale Runcie (? -1935) was a teacher at the Barstow School in Kansas City and Miss West’s School for Girls in St. Joseph, MO. This collection includes samples of her letters, poetry, and short stories.
    • Teachers; Women authors
    • United States -- Missouri; United States -- California - San Francisco
    • Television News of the Civil Rights Era

    • News footage from two local television stations in Roanoke, Virginia. Footage from 1959 offers perspectives on school integration from African American students, white students, a veteran teacher. and Vivian Carter Mason (a founder of the Women's...
    • Civil rights movements; Race relations; School integration
    • United States -- Virginia
    • Mary McLeod Bethune, Educator

    • Mary McLeod Bethune founded the Daytona Normal and Industrial School for Negro Girls in 1904. This online exhibit features photographs of Bethune and her school, as well as transcripts of Dr. Charles Spurgeon Johnson's interviews with Bethune.
    • African American women; Women educators
    • United States -- Florida -- Daytona Beach
    • Archives for Women in Medicine

    • The Archives for Women in Medicine began in 2005 as a project of the Joint Committee on the Status of Women and the Countway Library of Medicine. The Women in Medicine Oral Histories collection is one of the highlights of the site. Fifteen women...
    • Medical laboratories; Medicine -- Study and teaching; Women medical students; Women physicians; Women scientists
    • United States -- Massachusetts -- Boston
    • Minnesota Historical Society Visual Resources Database

    • This large collection (126,000+ digital images) includes thousands of portraits of women and girls, as well as numerous relevant subcollections. Two small collections feature services that the Woman's Christian Association of Minneapolis provided...
    • American Red Cross; Clothing and dress; Girls; Indians of North America; Off-reservation boarding schools; Telephone operators; Women; World War, 1914-1918; World War, 1939-1945
    • United States -- Minnesota
    • San Jose State Normal School Pennant

    • This collection includes 42 volumes produced between 1898 to 1909, and documents student life during the early years of the San Jose State Normal School.
    • Teachers colleges; Women college students
    • United States -- California -- San Jose
    • Louis L. McAllister Photographs

    • This collection includes more than 2500 of McAllister's photographs of the people and built environment of Burlington, Vermont. Highlights include photos of girls and women in dance recitals; public high school students; students at Mount St....
    • Camps for girls; Dance recitals; Girls; Nuns; Schools; Women
    • United States -- Vermont -- Burlington
    • Campus School at Western

    • The Campus School at Western provided educational and life experiences for both students and student-educators from 1899 to 1967.
    • Laboratory schools; Schools; Teachers colleges
    • United States -- Washington (State) -- Bellingham
    • Washington College of Law Historical Collection

    • This rich collection documents the history of the first law school founded by women for women. Ellen Spencer Mussey and Emma M. Gillett founded the Washington College of Law in 1896.
    • Women law students; Women judges; Women lawyers
    • United States -- Washington (D.C.)

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