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.
This collection includes a wide variety of digitized primary sources: more than 500 photographs of students, faculty, and campus events; yearbooks; oral history interviews with former students and faculty; documents, such as recruitment brochures...
Catholic women's colleges; Nursing -- Study and teaching; Women college students; Women's colleges
This collection offers more than 10,000 items from seven libraries and museums.
Includes a good selection of short film clips: Eskimo women weaving baskets and shoveling coal; Miss Alaska at Fairbanks Ice Carnival, 1935-1936; and women ice fishing....
Eskimo women; Handicraft; Health care; Indians of North America; Women
Historic film footage and photographs document Dunham's dance technique and field work. In additional video clips from 2002, Dunham discusses the importance of the hands, arms, and feet in her technique.
African American dance; African American women; Choreographers; Women dancers
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
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