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    • Eliza Blaker Collection

    • Eliza Blaker (1854-1926) established kindergartens in Indiana based on the teachings of Friedrich Froebel. This collection includes Blaker's notes for speeches (e.g., What Constitutes a Good Mother?"), as well as photographs of Blaker, kindergarten...
    • Kindergarten; Schools; Teacher educators
    • United States -- Indiana; United States -- Indiana -- Indianapolis
    • Gladys J. Miller Architectural Drawings

    • Gladys J. Miller (1926-1993), one of the earliest registered female architects in Indiana, established her architecture firm in Terre Haute in 1958. This collection includes architectural drawings from fifty of Miller's commissions from 1950 to...
    • Women architects
    • United States -- Indiana -- Terre Haute
    • The Long Trip

    • In 1935, Lucy Sprague Mitchell established a tradition of leading student teachers on field trips to locations where they encountered issues of the day (e.g., the labor movement, poverty, and race relations). This collection documents the trips...
    • Travel; Women college students; Women college teachers; Women travelers
    • United States -- New York (State) -- New York; United States -- Tennessee; United States -- West Virginia
    • 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
    • Berachah Industrial Home for the Redemption of Erring Girls

    • The Berachah Home was established in Arlington, Texas in 1903 by the Maggie Mae Upchurch and her husband, Rev. J. T. Upchurch. Highlights from this collection include photos of Maggie Upchurch, the Berachah Home dedication service in 1903, and...
    • Church work with women; Children -- Institutional care; Female juvenile delinquents
    • United States -- Texas -- Arlington

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