Edith and Frederic Clements were pioneering ecologists. This collection includes photographs of the couple and others at work at the Alpine Laboratory (Pikes Peak, Colorado) and at various locations in Arizona (Petrified Forest, Santa Rita Range,...
Women botanists; Women ecologists; Women scientists
United States -- Arizona; United States -- Colorado
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
This extensive collection documents Grace Robinson's long career as a journalist for the New York Daily News and her brief stint with Liberty magazine. Robinson covered high-profile criminal cases, such as the Hall-Mills Murder Trial (1926) and the...
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
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.
Some of the photos in this collection appeared in Estelle Ishigo's book, Lone Heart Mountain. The collection also includes more than 90 of Ishigo's drawings that depict life at the Heart Mountain Relocation Camp between Cody and Powell, Wyoming.
Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945; Women artists
United States -- Wyoming -- Heart Mountain Relocation Center
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