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Four documents (two pamphlets and two handouts) focused on women's rights and liberation in the United States, created from 1921 - 1968.
One box that contain research papers, pamphlets, and invitations from the Women's Studies Research and Resource Center.
Minutes, photographs, scrapbooks, and realia from the Woodbine Home Demonstration Club, a homemakers' organization.
Collection includes transcripts and recordings of oral interviews with persons who were associated with various Works Progress Administration (WPA) projects in the 1930s. These include the Federal Art Project, Federal Music Project, and Federal Writers Project.
Content warning: Sexist and offensive language. Photograph album made by a U.S. serviceman, most likely in the U.S. Army Air Force, that mostly shows locations in Oahu, Hawaii. The photographs date from 1942-1945, with the majority being taken between 1942 - 1943. The photos depict training at airfields on Oahu, including Wheeler Field and Bellows Field, as well as scenes of civilian life in Honolulu and Hilo, Hawaii, and San Francisco and San Diego, California.
Pamphlet produced by the American Federation of Labor promoting unionization of workers, created 1940.