The Margaret Herrick Library of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is digitizing a wide variety of materials from its extensive collections: selected Academy Awards photographs, rule books, programs and ephemera; full text issues of...
This guide is a slightly expanded and fully searchable version of the print publication, American Women: A Library of Congress Guide for the Study of Women's History and Culture in the United States (Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, 2001).
Thousands of photographs, lantern slides and postcards documenting New York Public Library buildings, collections, and programs, as well as those of NYPL predecessor institutions. Includes
Lewis Hine's images of children's activities at NYPL...
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.
Historic film footage and photographs document Dunham's dance technique and field work. In additional video clips from 2002, Dunham discusses the importance of the hands, arms, and feet in her technique.
African American dance; African American women; Choreographers; Women dancers
Highlights include interviews with the first librarian at Old Dominion, faculty members, physicians, priests, and Girl Scout leaders. One set of interviews explores sex roles during the Great Depression.
Civil rights movements; Depressions, 1929; Education (Higher); Girl Scouts; Women college teachers; Women physicians; Woman priests
This collection includes annual reports of the Oneida Association (1849- 1851); contemporary accounts; Oneida Community Mansion House: Historic Structure Report; and 140 historic photographs of the Oneida Community.
Although this guide may not be a digital collection in the technical sense, it offers numerous examples of primary sources (account books, day books, legal documents, and payroll registers) that are usually not found in digital collections. Each...
Businesswomen; Employment; Women -- Legal status, laws, etc
Hannah Arendt (1906-1975), born and educated in Germany, arrived in New York in 1941. This collection includes correspondence and other documents concerning the trial of Adolf Eichmann; drafts of books (e.g., Between Past and Future); essays and...
Women authors; Women college teachers; Women political scientists
United States -- California; United States -- New York (State) -- New York