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    • Leona Hudson Collection

    • The scrapbooks in this collection document such topics as travel, women’s colleges, World War II, courtship, and three generations of family life. In addition, the photos in these albums document life in Valdosta, Georgia , from 1900 hrough the...
    • Social life and customs; Travel; Women's colleges
    • United States -- Georgia -- Valdosta
    • Women's Travel Diaries

    • Highlights from this collection include diaries by two American women missionaries. Mary McCornack Thompson was a Presbyterian missionary and teacher with the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions in South Africa. Thompson's diaries...
    • Pacifists; Social life and Customs; Women missionaries; Women teachers; Women travelers
    • Japan; United States
    • University of Mississippi Civil War Archive

    • Browse the collection by "item subject" (e.g., "women," "women in education) or "broad subject" (e.g., "Women -- United States -- History -- 19th Century"). See in particular materials from the Roxana Chapin Gerdine Collection. Roxana Chapin was...
    • Civil War, 1861-1865; Plantation life; Schools; Women
    • United States -- Mississippi
    • Dovie Horvitz Collection

    • This collection includes over 1,300 images and scanned texts that document the lives of women from the mid 1800s through the 1950s. Researchers will find hundreds of images of clothing (dresses, hosiery, bustles, garters, swimwear, undergarments,...
    • Advertising; Beauty culture; Clothing and dress; Cosmetics; Feminine hygiene products; Hair -- Care and hygiene; Health and hygiene; Menstruation; Personal beauty; Women -- Suffrage; Women in advertising; Women's periodicals; Women's rights
    • United States
    • Manumissions, Indentures, Bills of Sale

    • This collection includes 168 items from the Howard County Historical Society that document the history of slavery in Howard County, Maryland.
    • African American women; Slave women; Slavery
    • United States -- Maryland -- Howard County
    • WHC Oral History Project

    • The oral history interviews in this collection document the 1977 Washington State International Women's Year Conference for Women, held in Ellensburg. Feminist and conservative perspectives are represented.
    • Conservatives; Equal Rights Amendment; Feminists; Women political activists; Women's rights
    • United States -- Washington (State) -- Ellensburg
    • Fashion History Design Collection

    • More than 1,500 fashion design sketches by Claire McCardell, Norman Norell, and Mildred Orrick document the changes in women's fashion from the 1920s to the 1970s.
    • Clothing and dress; Fashion design; Women fashion designers
    • United States
    • Mildred Wirt Benson Digital Collection

    • Mildred Wirt Benson (1905-2002) was the original author of the Nancy Drew mystery series. This digitial collection includes more than 250 items (e.g., correspondence, cover gallery, photographs] that document the career of this prolific writer.
    • Women authors
    • United States -- Iowa
    • 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
    • Guide to the Doris Duke Photograph Collection, 1870-2006

    • Photos in this collection document Duke's life: childhood at school and at Duke Farms; life at her various residences; trips to Europe (1923) and the Middle East (1938); events at Duke University (e.g., Duke setting a cornerstone); her time as a...
    • Women philanthropists; Women travelers
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    • Green 'N' Growing: The History of Home Demonstration and 4-H Youth Development in North Carolina

    • This site includes 10,000 items (photos, pamphlets, reports) that document the history of home demonstration and 4-H in North Carolina. A variety of essays place these primary sources in historical context, and cover such topics as African...
    • 4-H clubs; African American women; Agriculture; Girls; History; Home demonstration work; Home economics; Race relations; Women
    • United States -- North Carolina
    • !Women Art Revolution

    • Videos of interviews with more than 40 artists, curators, and critics document the founding and development of the feminist art movement in the 1970s and 1980s. Artist and filmmaker Lynn Hershman Leeson used the interviews as part of as part of her...
    • Feminism and art; Feminists; Women artists
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    • Emma Goldman Papers

    • Emma Goldman (1869–1940) The "Primary Sources" section of the site includes excerpts from Goldman's books (e.g., Anarchism and Other Essays); text from Goldman's speeches and newspaper accounts that document her protest against conscription during...
    • Political activists; Women anarchists; World War, 1914-1918
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    • Wisconsin’s Holocaust Survivors

    • These photographs document the lives of Holocaust survivors and their families before World War II, in postwar Europe, and early years in Wisconsin.
    • Holocaust survivors
    • United States -- Wisconsin
    • Mount Holyoke Digital Collections Online

    • This collection includes more than 1500 primary source items that document the history of Mount Holyoke College from the 1840s to the 1990s. Highlights include items from the collections of politician Ella Grasso, physician Virginia Apgar, and New...
    • Women college teachers; Women college students; Women legislators; Women physicians; Women's colleges
    • United States -- Massachusetts -- South Hadley

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