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Negative, 1st woman jury. . . , 1911, Bain News Service, Library of Congress

Explore over 50 documents which chronicle the history of the Women's Liberation Movement. [...] »

Print, Dolley Madison, New York Public Library Digital Gallery

Read Dolley Madison's personal correspondence from her youth through her widowhood. [...] »

Daguerreotype,  [Dolley Madison. . .], 1848, Matthew Brady, Library of Congress

Read the letters of Dolley Madison while learning about her life—from childhood to widowhood. [...] »

Print.  Otzar ha-limud ha-ivri. Flickr

Locate primary sources relating to U.S and global history. [...] »

Photo, Mr. Stewart, cross-tie maker. . . , Doris Ulmann, University of Oregon

See the faces of the rural South, and acquaint yourself with their folk arts. [...] »

Photograph, Emma Goldman, Sept. 10, 1901, Library of Congress.

Learn more about Emma Goldman, radical and feminist activist, through this collection of primary and secondary sources. [...] »

Letter, August 6, 1873, Emma Spaulding Bryant, Duke University

Explore husband-wife relationships through this late 19th century series of letters. [...] »

Graphic. Encyclopedia Britannica: 1911

Find out what people thought of everything from ablation to vinegar in 1911. [...] »

MADAM C. J. WALKER Founder of The Madam C. J. Walker Mfg. Co.

Search over 200 prominent African American scientists. [...] »

Scottsboro Boys with Leibowitz in jail (3/33)(UPI)

Explore the infamous Scottboro case through a variety of primary source documents and images. [...] »