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We are lined with eyes. We see with our feet. p. 27. Digital

Item — Box: 2Identifier: MS Am 1506, (7a)
Scope and Contents: This collection of drawings is composed of ink sketches with autograph captions. These humerous drawings are also known as cartoons or caricatures. They originally were drawn by Cranch on separate sheets ca.1837-1839 in Louisville, Kentucky. James Freeman Clarke assembled these drawings (after April 1844) into a bound blank-book (22 leaves) sometimes called the "transcendental scrapbook," or the "new philosophy scrapbook." Clarke is credited...

"We are marching here to ask, ‘Is the Supreme Court going to affirm that women are full citizens and not property...'" 1991 (91-M82). Digital

Item Identifier: Gr-15, Oversize folder 8B., 18.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: Collection consists of over 250 posters, mostly in English, about women and women's issues.

"We ask every man..."

Digital Record Identifier: 427a584f-ba20-49b4-85a6-3c6506f6b3ec

"We ask every man..." Digital

Item Identifier: Gr-15, Supersize folder 2C., 15.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: Collection consists of over 250 posters, mostly in English, about women and women's issues.

"We can. Women in sports," 1975 (85-M265). Digital

Item Identifier: Gr-15, Supersize folder 3D., 24.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: Collection consists of over 250 posters, mostly in English, about women and women's issues.

"We can. Women in sports," 1975 (85-M265)

Digital Record Identifier: f4c42116-b80f-464d-852a-2d77b0e0d7f1

We Don't Believe It 1906 June 27., 1906 Digital

Item — Box: 22Identifier: MS Am 3056, 655
Scope and Contents: The collection includes 2,195 political cartoons published between 9 January 1884 to 27 October 1940. The cartoons detail the life and career of Theodore Roosevelt beginning when he was a New York State Assemblyman to the time of his death. The cartoons critique various moments of Roosevelt’s career as a politician, natural historian and nature conservator, military veteran, Assistant Secretary of the Navy, and New York Police Commissioner.

"We have friends all over the world," Chinese, Shanghai, 1979 (2012-M163). Digital

Item Identifier: Gr-15, Supersize folder 1A., 16.
SCOPE AND CONTENT: Collection consists of over 250 posters, mostly in English, about women and women's issues.

We like March. Ink. Digital

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Emily Dickinson poems / Series: II. Loose sheets
Item Identifier: MS Am 1118.3, (369)
Scope and Contents: This collection consists of 40 "packets," or fascicles, containing poems by Emily Dickinson. Dickinson used the manuscript books as a way of organizing her poetry, and copied into them poems composed on other sheets and scraps. For the most part, then, these poems are fair copies, not real working drafts. Some, however, do contain alterations, or alternative word choices; this is indicated in the finding aid. The term "fascicle" refers to the sheets bound/sewn together by Dickinson;...