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    • 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;...
    • Hannah Arendt Papers at the Library of Congress

    • 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
    • Young Lords in Lincoln Park

    • The oral histories, photographs, and clippings in this collection document the history of the displacement of Puerto Ricans, Mejicanos, other Latinos, and the poor from the Lincoln Park neighborhood of Chicago. The collection includes more than 30...
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    • United States -- Illinois -- Chicago
    • University of Chicago Archival Photographic Files

    • This collection documents the history of the University of Chicago and the development of its campus, academic programs, and community life. Highlights from this collection include images of women engaged in sports and social club activities;...
    • Women college students; Societies and clubs; Women photographers
    • United States -- Illinois -- Chicago
    • Elizabeth Harrison - Chicago Kindergarten Movement

    • Elizabeth Harrison (1849-1927) and Rumah Avilla Crouse founded the Chicago Kindergarten Training School in 1887. This collection highlights the Kindergarten Movement in Chicago, education reform in the 19th and 20th centuries, and role of...
    • Kindergarten; Schools; Women educators
    • United States -- Illinois -- Chicago
    • Photographs from the Chicago Daily News, 1902-1933

    • The 50,000 images in this collection document life in Chicago and surrounding towns.
    • Actresses; Girls; Women -- Suffrage; Women athletes; Women golfers; Women swimmers; Women tennis players
    • United States -- Illinois -- Chicago
    • North Dakota Voices from the Past

    • This collection includes audio/transcripts of interviews from the Memories of North Dakota Homemakers oral history project. In addition, Sylvia Morgan and Alice Olson recall their political activism (e.g., personal accounts of the 1968 Democratic...
    • Home economics; Homemakers; Women political activists
    • United States -- North Dakota

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