Highlights from this collection include diaries by two American women missionaries. Mary McCornack Thompson was a Presbyterian missionary and teacher with the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions in South Africa. Thompson's diaries...
Pacifists; Social life and Customs; Women missionaries; Women teachers; Women travelers
This large collection of diaries in manuscript form includes only four diaries by women. In her diary from 1846, Bathsheba Smith desscribes her journey to Utah in 1849, as well daily events in Utah in 1873. Emmeline Wells writes of her journey from...
Mormon women; Overland journeys to the Pacific; Travel; Women pioneers
United States -- Iowa; United States -- Montana; United States -- Utah
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
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
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
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