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    • UMedia Archive: Immigration History Research Center

    • The Immigration History Research Center at the University of Minnesota holds one of the largest archival collections documenting U.S. immigration and refugee life. In addition to photographs and other materials about specific ethnic groups, the...
    • Belarusan American women; Clothing and dress; Croatian American women; Finnish American women; Folk dancers; Greek American women; Immigrant women; Italian American women; Latvian American women; Polish American women; Slovak American women;...
    • United States -- Minnesota; United States -- Wisconsin
    • Our History: Profiles of Nevada Women

    • In addition to interviews with casino owners (Sarann Preddy, Claudine Williams), gaming executives (Jeanne Hood), and workers in the industry, this collection explores the lives of a women in a wide variety of other fields: Hatty Canty (president...
    • African American women; Businesswomen; Casinos; Employment; Gambling industry; Rape; Women casino owners; Women executives
    • United States -- Nevada -- Las Vegas
    • Julius and Ethel Rosenberg Archive

    • More than 500 letters cover such topics as marriage, the Rosenberg's children, Sing Sing Prison, McCarthyism, and capital punishment.
    • Rosenberg, Ethel, -- 1915-1953 -- Trials, litigation, etc.; Trials (Conspiracy); Trials (Espionage); Communists
    • United States -- New York (State) -- New York
    • Louise Rapaport Photograph Collection

    • Louise Rapaport owned the Brock's Bluewater Trading Post, in Bluewater, New Mexico. This collection documents the trading post, the Brock family, carrot harvesting, and Navajo Indians.
    • Businesswomen; Women-owned business enterprises
    • United States -- New Mexico -- Blue Water
    • Kamlowsky (Rosetta) Radio Interviews

    • Rosetta Kamlowsky was one of the first female broadcasters in Montana. She hosted the Scooter radio show on KBLL Radio beginning in 1968. Highlights include a debate on the Equal Rights Amendment (Ada Harlen and Mary Doubek interviews), and...
    • Radio programs; Women broadcasters
    • United States -- Montana
    • Charlotta Bass / California Eagle Photograph Collection, 1870-1960

    • Charlotta A. Bass (1879-1969) was managing editor and publisher of the Los Angeles newspaper California Eagle from 1912 to 1951. This collection documents Bass' career as publisher and editor, as well as her campaign activities as the Progressive...
    • African American women civil rights workers; Businesswomen; Women journalists
    • United States -- California -- Los Angeles
    • Highlander Folk School: A Photographic History

    • More than 400 photographs deptict people at workshops and meetings, singing, or simply engaged in conversation.
    • African American women; Civil rights movements; Civil rights workers; Highlander Folk School; Race relations
    • United States -- Tennessee -- Monteagle
    • YWCA Philadelphia Branches Records

    • This collection documents activities and services at various branches of the Philadelphia and Germantown YWCAs, Frankford, Kensington, Metropolitan, and Southwest Belmont.
    • Camps for girls; Young Women's Christian Association of the U.S.A
    • United States -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia
    • Middle Tennessee Oral History Project

    • This large oral history collection includes approximately 160 full-length audio interviews with women. A small selection from the many highlights in the collection follows: former Middle Tennessee State Teachers College students on campus life...
    • African American schools; African American women; Depressions -- 1929; Girls; School integration; Schools; Women and the military; Women college students; Women college teachers; Women teachers; World War, 1939-1945 Participation, Female
    • United States -- Tennessee; United States -- Tennesssee -- Murfreesboro
    • Big Top Show Goes On Oral History Project

    • This oral history project preserves the voices and experiences of those involved in the tent circus tradition in Hugo, Oklahoma. Highlights include interviews with Mary Frazier Rawls (born 1927), who performed on the high wire, and Luciana 'Lucy'...
    • Women circus performers
    • United States -- Oklahoma -- Hugo


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