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    • Toni Stabile Papers

    • Toni Stabile, an advocate for cosmetic safety, is the author of Cosmetics: Trick or Treat? (1966) and Cosmetics: The Great American Skin Game (1973, 1979). Her work paved the way for such reforms as cosmetic ingredient listing on labels. This...
    • Consumer protection; Cosmetics industry; Investigative reporting; Women journalists
    • United States -- New York (State) -- New York
    • Susan B. Anthony Papers

    • This finding aid links to digital images of Anthony's diaries (1837-1839, 1853-1855), correspondence (1837-1902), manuscripts of speeches (e.g., " Fourth of July address, Framingham, Mass., 1862"), and newspaper clippings (1920-1944).
    • Antislavery movements; Social life and customs; Suffragists; Temperance; Women -- suffrage; Women social reformers
    • United States -- New York (State)
    • Sterling Family Papers

    • Most of the 62 letters in this collection were written by Tillie Farquhar Sterling, with additional letters written by Tillie's husband, Will Sterling, and Tillie's mother, Anna Virginia ("A. V.") Farquhar. The letters document daily life in...
    • Civil War, 1861-1865
    • United States -- Maryland
    • Rachel Carson Papers

    • Rachel Carson (1907-1964) was a biologist, conservationist, and writer. Her book, Silent Spring (1962), exposed the dangers of the indiscriminate use of pesticides. Highlights from this digital collection include photographs of Carson as a child...
    • Women biologists; Women environmentalists; Women scientists;
    • United States;
    • Nellie Tayloe Ross Papers

    • Nellie Tayloe Ross (1876-1977) was inaugurated as governor of Wyoming in 1925, thus becoming the first woman governor in the United States. In addition, she was Director of the U.S. Mint in 1933 to 1953. This large collection documents Ross' work...
    • United States Mint -- Officials and employees; Women governors
    • United States -- Wyoming
    • Mildred Stead Capron Papers

    • Mildred Stead Capron (1899-1978) was a photographer, author, and member of the Society of Women Geographers. This collection includes Capron's documentary film, Sky High in Wyoming, as well as film production files and advertising for the film.
    • Women photographers
    • United States -- Wyoming
    • Maya Miller Papers

    • The collection includes oral history interviews with Miller; fliers and correspondence that document her work in the welfare rights movement; and items related to Miller's U.S. Senate Campaign in 1974.
    • Feminists; Women political activists
    • United States -- Nevada
    • May Wright Sewall Papers

    • May Eliza Wright Sewall (1844-1920) worked as an activist and leader for a number of social causes, such as education, women's rights, cultural enrichment, and world peace. This collection includes 470 letters written to May Wright Sewall between...
    • Women social reformers; Women's rights
    • United States -- Indiana -- Indianapolis
    • Mary Pickford Papers

    • Mary Pickford (1892-1979) established herself as a silent film star in the 1910s. She received an Academy Award for best actress in her first talking film, "Coquette" (1928). Pickford, along with with Douglas Fairbanks, Charles Chaplin, and D. W....
    • Motion picture actresses; Motion picture producers and directors
    • United States
    • Mary Fanton Roberts papers, 1880-1956

    • Mary Fanton Roberts (1864-1956) had a long career that included editing positions at Demorest Magazine, New Idea Woman's Magazine, The Craftsman, The Touchstone Magazine, Decorative Arts magazine, and Arts and Decoration. The bulk of this...
    • Women art critics; Women editors
    • United States -- New York (State) -- New York
    • Julia Neely Finch Papers

    • Julia Neely Finch (1850-1926) was a prolific writer of short stories and poems, and many of her works appeared in the women's magazines of the day.
    • Women authors;
    • United States -- Alabama;
    • Jessie Daniel Ames Papers, 1866-1972

    • Jessie Daniel Ames (1883-1972) organized the Association of Southern Women for the Prevention of Lynching as a volunteer movement within the Commission on Interracial Cooperation. The digitized items in this collection include organizational papers...
    • Association of Southern Women for the Prevention of Lynching; Lynching; Race relations; Women social reformers
    • United States -- Texas
    • Isabel Bishop Papers, 1914-1983

    • This collection of 2,127 images documents Bishop's career as a realist painter as well as her participation in art organizations.
    • Women artists
    • United States -- New York (State) -- New York
    • Irene Kuhn Papers

    • This digital collection documents Irene Kuhn's work as a writer, journalist, and radio show host.
    • Foreign correspondents; Women in radio broadcasting; Women journalists; Women war correspondents; World War, 1939-1945 -- Press coverage
    • China; United States


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