This collection includes 200 of Bethune's illustrations of the seasons of the Church year and various saints; more than 70 brush and ink drawings for the Catholic Worker newspaper and other publications; and a selection of Bethune's writings.
Catholic artists; Catholic Worker Movement; Christian art and symbolism; Religion; Women artists;
This collection includes 42 published works of fiction, poetry, autobiography/biography, and essays. Highlights include Ann Plato's Essays (1841), the first book of essays by an African American; Harriet Wilson's Our Nig (1859), the first novel...
A large collection of photographs from the Philadelphia Evening Bulletin includes images of women in various types of employment (construction workers, nurses, etc.). Another collection features posters from World Wars I and II.
Employment; Nurses; Women; World War, 1914-1918; World War, 1939-1945
Highlights from this large collection include photographs of the Madame C.J. Walker, the Madam C.J. Walker Manufacturing Company, various hairstyles, and students at the Madam C.J. Walker College of Beauty Culture; photographs of award winners from...
African American women; Businesswomen; Clothing and dress; Employment; Girls; Hairstyles; Social life and customs; World War, 1939-1945
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
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
The 236 images from the Library & Archives at the History Center document the history of the food processing company. The collection includes numerous photographs of women employees in various departments (labeling, canning, quality control).
Employment; Food industry and trade; Working class women
This collection includes a good mix of primary source types: a collection of photographs of Thomas and Annie Dee and their eight children; diaries written by Annie Taylor Dee and her daughter, Annie Maude Dee Porter from 1915 to 1964; letters...
This multifaceted site includes text from the first edition; comparison of manuscript, serial and novel texts; contemporary reviews; book covers from various editions; and antislavery texts that predate the novel.
Antislavery movements; Uncle Tom's Cabin; Women authors