Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
Advertisements and trade cards depicting women or targeting female consumers.
Photograph, poem, and notes of feminist, suffragist, journalist, and human rights advocate Alice Stone Blackwell.
Diaries, family correspondence, financial records, etc., of Anna Louise James, the first African American woman licensed as a pharmacist in Connecticut.
Maps, correspondence, and artwork of African American artist, cartographer, graphic designer, author, and photographer Louise E. Jefferson.
Author, lecturer, educator, poet, and activist, Blu Greenberg helped bridge the gap between feminism and Orthodox Judaism.
Papers of economist and educator Elizabeth Stoffregen May, the first woman director of the Export-Import Bank of the United States and a president of the International Federation of University Women.
Papers of artist Fay Chandler contain elementary school papers and report cards; juvenilia; correspondence; artwork; exhibition-related material; publicity; photographs; and her web site.
Correspondence and professional papers of Margery C. Leonard, lawyer, feminist and ERA activist.
Wartime correspondence, biographical material, work-related files, photographs, and motion pictures on three generations of the Marshall and Spiess families, including Elva Monck Spiess, Elva Jean Spiess Marshall, and Megan Marshall.
Biographical papers, diaries, photographs, etc., of Victoria Booth-Clibborn Demarest, minister, musician, and author of religious dramas and homilies.
Speeches, articles, market research, recipes, writings, proofs, and published advertisements created by Jean Wade Rindlaub, pioneering woman copywriter and advertising executive who specialized in selling products to women consumers.
Awards, biographical papers, judicial documents, speeches, scrapbooks, photographs, audiovisual material, etc., of Judge Ann Claire Williams (retired).