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MAJOR MICROFILM COLLECTIONS IN WOMEN'S STUDIES The Autograph letter collection of the Fawcett Library. Microfilm 84/320 (E) Encompassing fifty thousand titles, this systematic listing for monographs in women's history covers works in all fields of study published from 1600 to 1904. The Cornell University collection of women's rights pamphlets, 1814-1912. A printed guide (Mic RR #39) provides chronological, author, title, and organizational name access. It includes memoirs and letters, government documents, scholarly and popular writings, biographies, historical texts, feminist periodicals, and publications from women's organizations. Gerritsen is La Femme et le Feminisme (Paris, 1900), in the general collections under Z7961. The records trace the growth of a complex organization with local, national and international interests. Half of the documents are in English, half in various European languages, covering international relations, peace, antisemitism, antinuclear movements, cold war, colonialism, refugees, the United Nations, political prisoners, etc. Although not intended as primary resources for such studies, these collections include many valuable documents, serials, books, and references pertinent to a wide range of women's studies topics.

MICROFORM COLLECTIONS WITH PORTIONS RELEVANT TO WOMEN'S STUDIES A. A double asterisk (**) following an entry indicates that the item was on order or in the process of being cataloged at the time of preparation of the guide. Pritchard Reference Specialist (Women's Studies) August 1985 Updated by Sheridan Harvey and Retyped March 1992 v I. Carleton Marlow of Brigham Young University, it is arranged on film in chronological, alphabetical, and subject order. Microfiche (w) 82/200 (H) Pamphlets, most dating from 1850 or later, including some international items. A two-volume printed guide is arranged by subject, author, and language (HQ1121. It was acquired in 1903 by the John Crerar Library in Chicago and then in 1954 by the University of Kansas, where it was filmed with supplemental material from the University of North Carolina. Correspondents include Harriet Martineau, Florence Nightingale, Lucretia Mott, and other British and American reformers. A series of collections, of which the following are especially relevant: Columbia University oral history collection. Twentieth century trade union woman : vehicle for social change, oral history project. The guild was active in social reform, especially maternity benefits and divorce laws, and in broader feminist and pacifist movements. Noted WILDF leaders include Jane Addams and Emily Greene Balch. League activists included Margaret Mac Donald, Mary Middleton, Dr. Women's social and political emancipation : the Suffragette Fellowship Collection in the Museum of London. -- Collection of over 350 items including pamphlets, correspondence, photographs and ephemera from individuals and organizations involved with the British women's suffrage movement. MICROFORM COLLECTIONS WITH PORTIONS RELEVANT TO WOMEN'S STUDIES This section notes collections containing materials by or about women which can be explicitly identified through indexes or guides. Title varies: 1938-1951, Microfilm abstracts --1952-June 1969, Dissertation abstracts. University Microfilms International has issued some pamphlets listing dissertations in women's studies: Sex in Contemporary Society, 1938-1973, includes topics such as sex roles, marriage and family, education, birth control, sex in literature, and sex and the law; Significant Women and their Contributions notes theses on individual women in all fields, from the 1960's to 1983; Women's Issues lists 1250 dissertations in a wide range of the social sciences, sciences, and humanities, from 1982 to 1983; Women's Studies: Working Women, 1976-1977, includes women in the labor force, career training, work and family roles, and women leaders.

Categories: Genealogy, History and Social Sciences, Newspapers This collection was created in partnership with leading African American genealogists to develop a comprehensive mix of resources, records, and tools specifically pertaining to African Americans.* Categories: African American Studies, Genealogy Contains comprehensive coverage of blues, jazz, spirituals, civil rights songs, slave songs, minstrelsy, rhythm and blues, gospel, and other forms of black American musical expression chronicling the rich history of this music through 1970.* Categories: African American Studies, Music The leading provider of electronic diagnostic and repair information and services for the automotive service industry.

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The guide represents only the holdings of the Library of Congress, which are not all- inclusive in this area.

Particularly valuable are reproductions of manuscripts, technical papers, and historical documents not widely distributed in their original form.

Digital images for hundreds of 19th century United States newspapers.

Includes The Galveston Daily News (Texas' oldest newspaper) from 1874 until 1897.* Categories: Genealogy, History and Social Sciences, Houston and Texas, Newspapers helps kids learn to read through phonics, and teaches lessons in math, social studies, art, music, and much more.

Full bibliographic data and call numbers have been cited wherever possible. Microfiche (w) 82/12 This outstanding collection includes 4,471 monographs and 265 periodicals, about one-half of which are in English, one-fourth in German, and the rest in French, Dutch, Italian, and miscellaneous European languages. Aletta Jacobs Gerritsen, feminist activist and the first woman doctor in the Netherlands. They primarily address the subject of the regulation of prostitution, but also cover the church, temperance, national politics, class relations, and reform movements. : Microfilming Corporation of American, 1972-[1979]. Noted names include Eleanor Lansing Dulles, Claire Booth Luce, Marietta Tree, May Massee, and Tracy Mygatt and Frances Witherspoon. An author/title guide edited by Diane Del Corvo accompanies the collection, (Z6878. Women and education : the papers of Emily Davies and Barbara Bodichon from Girton College, Cambridge. -- Personal papers, correspondence, and documents of Davies and Bodichon and the numerous British educational, social, and political institutions with which they were involved from the second half of the nineteenth century through the early twentieth century. -- East Ardsley, Wakefield, West Yorkshire : Microfilm, Ltd., c1983. Microfilm 85/4148 Annual reports, minutes, correspondence, pamphlets, and publications from the guild and its principal leaders including Margaret Llewelyn Davies and Mary Lawrenson. Microfilm 83/127 Filmed from the organization's headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland, with additional materials from the University of Colorado and other WILPF offices, the collection represents the activities of seventy-five national sections around the world. Microfiche 84/324 (D) Records drawn from the archives of the British Labour Party, with which the Women's Labour League merged in 1918. D57 MRR Ref Desk Available on CD-ROM network in MRR Alc. Theses related to women's issues are found in every subject area.

This guide, together with the Division's general guide How to Find Sources of Information on Women and Women's Issues in the Library of Congress (1981), and the article "Resources for the Study of Women at the Library of Congress," in Special Collections Vol. 3/4 (Spring/Summer, 1986) should enable the Library's users to make the most of the collections relevant to women's studies. Microfilm 84/406 (H) Over seven hundred thematically arranged folders from the Trades Union Congress Library, containing documents, speeches, legislation, manuscripts on suffrage, health, housing, women's employment, natural politics, and industrial policies in Great Britain. The letters document Butler's campaign to repeal the Contagious Diseases Acts in Great Britain from the 1870s through the 1890s. Microfiche 5107 Includes a section entitled "Women Pioneers and professionals," with 29 memoirs on 113 fiches, as well as individual women in other sections of the collection. University of California Berkeley : outstanding women of California, oral history collection. Contents are arranged by form of material (e.g., reports) and then by country. It is estimated that at least two hundred and fifty thousand people died in the witch hunts, the vast majority being women. The original files are now at the University of Wyoming. All sectors of employment, benevolent organizations, overseas service, and education are addressed. The Women's Co-operative Guild : [Records 1883-1939]. The DAI order numbers may be used to request the film or fiche. Used in conjunction with a guide to the classification system, the shelflist allows one to "browse" as if in the bookstacks: for example, under HQ1100 for general works in women's studies, under HD6050 for the subject of women workers, etc.

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