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    • Elizabeth Jenks Clark Collection of Margaret Anderson

    • Margaret Anderson (1886-1973) founded the highly influential periodical Little Review in 1914. This collection documents Anderson's work as editor of the Little Review, as well as her relationships with co-editor and writer Jane Heap, writer Solita...
    • Lesbians; Women authors; Women editors
    • United States
    • Public Writings and Speeches of Margaret Sanger, 1911-1960

    • The articles and speeches in this collection cover such topics as birth control, sex education, immigration, eugenics, international population policy, and Sanger's own role in the birth control movement.
    • Abortion; Birth control; Feminists; Reproductive rights; Sex education; Women social reformers
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    • Digital Quaker Collection

    • Includes works by or about numerous women, including Elizabeth Ashbridge, Elizabeth Leslie Rous Wright Comstock, Elizabeth Margaret Chandler, Lucretia Mott, and Hannah Whitall Smith.
    • Quaker women; Women authors
    • United States
    • Publishers' Bindings Online, 1815-1930

    • Many of the 5000 decorative bindings in this collection depict women or girls. The site also offers lesson plans covering women's history and women writers, and the historical essay, "From Domestic Goddesses to Suffragists: The Story of Women Told...
    • Bookbinding; Publishers' bindings
    • United States
    • Margaret Chase Smith Library

    • The small collection of documents in this collection includes the text from Smith's "Declaration of Conscience" speech. Select "Audio Recordings" to listen to "Leave It to the Girls," a song written for Smith's 1964 presidential campaign.
    • Women legislators
    • United States -- Maine
    • Mike Wallace Interview

    • This collection includes interviews from the 1957 and 1958 seasons of the television program, The Mike Wallace Interview. Twelve of the 65 interviews are with women.
    • Actresses; Women journalists; Women social reformers; Women authors
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    • 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
    • Maine Memory Network

    • Maine's statewide digitization program provides access to primary sources from over 180 museums, historical societies, libraries, and other organizations. Highlights include photographs of women working (e.g., nurses, switchboard operators);...
    • Civil War, 1861-1865; Employment; Shakers; Women -- Suffrage; World War, 1939-1945
    • United States -- Maine
    • Women Working, 1800-1930

    • This major collection includes digitized historical, manuscript, and image resources selected from Harvard's library and museum collections. Books in the collection cover a wide range of topics, such as child labor, civic and public work,...
    • Child labor; Employment; Social settlements; Strikes and lockouts; Working class women
    • United States -- California; United States -- Connecticut; United States -- Illinois; United States -- Kentucky; United States -- Maryland; United States -- Massachusetts; United States -- New York; United States -- Ohio; United States -- Oregon;...
    • Billy Rose Theatre Collection

    • This extensive collection (50,000 items) includes 19th-century carte-de-visite and cabinet card portraits, as well as 20th-century portrait proofs, personal snapshots, and photographic postcards.
    • Actresses
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