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    • Catalog of American Portraits: Portrait Search

    • The Catalog of American Portraits includes 80,000 records of portraits in public (e.g., National Portrait Gallery) and private collections across the United States and abroad. Researchers may want to select "find objects with images only" because...
    • Portraits; Women
    • United States
    • Silent Worker

    • A popular national newspaper among the U.S. deaf population from 1888 to 1929, The Silent Worker included articles about deaf community events, schools for the deaf, sign language, notable people, and a wide range of other topics. Browse the...
    • Deaf women; Employment; Weddings
    • United States
    • Walter P. Reuther Library: Audio

    • Highlights include StoryCorps interviews with women engineers, and Lillian Gilbreth's keynote speech at the 1957 Society of Women Engineers National Convention.
    • Women engineers
    • United States
    • Photographs from the Records of the National Woman's Party

    • This collection of 448 photographs documents the National Women's Party's campaign for ratification of the 19th Amendment, as well as its later campaign for passage of the Equal Rights Amendment.
    • National Woman's Party; Women -- Suffrage
    • United States
    • Feminist Chronicles, 1953-1993

    • Part III includes the text from early National Organization for Women documents. Highlights include founding documents; Task Force reports and resolutions from the 1960s on education, employment, religion, the image of women; and political rights...
    • Feminism; National Organization for Women
    • United States
    • Suffragists Oral History Project

    • This collection includes full-length interviews with seven women who played key roles in the suffrage movement. Burnita Shelton Matthews remembers law school, the origin and development of the Equal Rights Amendment, and her appointment as the...
    • Equal Rights Amendment; Suffragists; Women -- Suffrage
    • United States
    • ARC - Archival Research Catalog: Digital Copies Search

    • The Archival Research Catalog (ARC) is the online catalog of NARA's nationwide holdings in the Washington, DC area, Regional Archives and Presidential Libraries. As of 2008, there are 134,537 digital copies in ARC. In addition to the subjects...
    • Child labor; Depressions, 1929; Employment; Indian women -- North America; Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945; New Deal, 1933-1939; Presidents' spouses; Women and the military; Women -- suffrage; World War, 1914-1918; World...
    • United States
    • National Jukebox

    • National Jukebox (Library of Congress) includes more than 10,000 historical audio recordings made by the Victor Talking Machine Company between 1901 and 1925. Highlights include recordings by such notable singers as Nora Bayes (1880-1928),...
    • Women singers;
    • United States
    • National Child Labor Committee Collection

    • Working as an investigative photographer for the National Child Labor Committee (NCLC), Lewis Hine (1874-1940) documented working and living conditions of children in the United States between 1908 and 1924. A search for "girl*" in this collection...
    • Child labor; Girls
    • United States -- Alabama; United States -- Colorado; United States -- Connecticut; United States -- Delaware; United States -- Florida; United States -- Georgia; United States -- Indiana; United States -- Kentucky; United States -- Louisiana;...
    • Panoramic Photographs

    • A search for "women" retrieves more than 50 group portraits, including college students (e.g., Wellesley College); several photos of women attending the National Women's Trade Union League of America; and participants in Long Island's Womens...
    • Beauty contests; Schools; Women college students;
    • United States -- California; United States--District of Columbia--Washington (D.C.); United States--Massachusetts; United States -- New Jersey; United States -- New York (State); United States -- Ohio; United States--Texas
    • Creating Sakakawea Online Exhibit

    • This online exhibit explores the history of the statues that Sakakawea inspired in North Dakota (1910) and in National Statuary Hall in the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. The "Popular Culture" section of the exhibit includes a link to a Flickr...
    • Indian women -- North America; Monuments
    • United States--District of Columbia--Washington (D.C.); United States -- North Dakota
    • Tale of Two Women: Marjory Stoneman Douglas and Marjorie Carr

    • Marjory Stoneman Douglas (1890-1998), author of landmark book The Everglades: River of Grass (1947), helped found Friends of the Everglades in 1969. Marjorie Carr helped stop a major construction project that threatened central Florida's ecosystem....
    • Women conservationists
    • United States -- Florida
    • Iowa Women's Archives Founders Digital Collection

    • This collection includes photographs and scrapbooks from the papers of Louise Noun (1908-2002) and Mary Louise Smith (1914-1997). Noun and Smith founded the Iowa Women's Archives, which opened in 1992. Noun had leadership roles in League of Women...
    • Women political activists; Women social reformers
    • United States -- Iowa
    • Cora Wilson Stewart Photographic Collection,ca. 1900-1940

    • Cora Wilson Stewart founded the moonlight schools and was a leader in the national campaign to eliminate adult illiteracy. The bulk of the photographs in this collection document moonlight schools in Eastern Kentucky.
    • Adult education; Literacy; Women educators
    • United States -- Kentucky
    • In Their Own Words: NIH Researchers Recall the Early Years of AIDS

    • See the transcripts of interviews with Ms. Barbara Fabian Baird, R.N., and Christine Grady, R.N., Ph.D. Baird was one of the first nurses to work with individuals with HIV. Dr. Grady treated AIDS patients and held AIDS patient care seminars across...
    • Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome; AIDS (Disease); Health education; Nurses; Scientists; Women physicians
    • United States -- Maryland -- Bethesda
    • Ladies Literary Club Collection

    • The Ladies Literary Club (1873-2005) offered a forum for reading clubs, national and local speakers, and other activities that promoted literacy, culture, and art. The collection includes photos of the club presidents, photos of the landmark...
    • Literature -- Societies, etc.; Societies and clubs
    • United States -- Michigan -- Grand Rapids
    • Minnesota Historical Society Visual Resources Database

    • This large collection (126,000+ digital images) includes thousands of portraits of women and girls, as well as numerous relevant subcollections. Two small collections feature services that the Woman's Christian Association of Minneapolis provided...
    • American Red Cross; Clothing and dress; Girls; Indians of North America; Off-reservation boarding schools; Telephone operators; Women; World War, 1914-1918; World War, 1939-1945
    • United States -- Minnesota
    • 	Bandelier National Monument Museum Collections

    • Highlights include pottery and tools from the Rio Grande Classic Period (1325-1600), "Contemporary Pueblo" pottery by Maria Martinez and other artists, and Pablita Velarde's paintings from the 1930s and 1940s that have helped visitors understand...
    • Historic sites; Indian women -- North America; Women artists; Women potters
    • United States -- New Mexico

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