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Photograph, Ruth Cowan Nash with Soldiers..., 1941-1945, Women in Journalism.

Archives 44 "full-life" interviews with American women journalists. [...] »

Photograph, [Inez Milholland Boissevain. . . ], 1913, Harris & Ewing, LoC

See the suffragettes who gave over 50% of U.S. citizens the right to vote. [...] »

Photo, Emma Goldman on a street car, 1917, Library of Congress

Meet international anarchist and women's rights activist Emma Goldman. [...] »

Book cover, Candle-Lightin' Time, Paul Laurence Dunbar, Women Working, 1800-1930

What did women think of their work at home, in the arts, and in business? [...] »

Photo, Framed photographic portrait of Lucy Stone, c.1840s-1850s, unknown, LoC

Learn about the First National Women's Rights Convention and the greater women's rights movement. [...] »

Illustration, How does my lady's garden grow, New York Public Library

Your starting point for research in the field of Women's Studies. [...] »

Photo. Woody Guthrie and Marjorie Mazia LOC

How did the national government strive to preserve vernacular music? [...] »

Illustrated letter, Frederic Remington to Owen Wister..., Jan. 1895, LoC.

View primary documents that helped to shape America's history. [...] »

Photo. Louis McDowell gives neighborhood girl a haircut as her mother looks on.

How does an industrial past shape current work and play? How does it affect what professions still exist in cities? [...] »

Photo, Salvation Army volunteers at the Hilltop Cafe, 2011, NY State Museum

Get out of the political arena and teach your students about the emergency response and human issues that resulted from 9/11. [...] »

 
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