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|Aletta Institute for Women's History||Aletta Institute for Women's History||Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands||Aletta’s mission is to share knowledge and information about women’s history and women’s position in society as widely as possible and to encourage and promote further research about women and women’s history.||34|
|Arbejdermuseet & Arbejderbevaegelsens Bibliotek og Arkiv||Workers' Museum and Labour Movement Library and Archive||Copenhagen, Denmark||1|
|Archiefcentrum voor Vrouwengeschiedenis (Archive Center for the History of Women)||Archive Center for the History of Women||Brussels, Brabant, Belgium||1|
|Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America||Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University||Cambridge, MA||A unique manuscript collection from individuals, families, and organizations. Women's rights movements past and present, feminism, health and sexuality, social reform, and the education of women and girls are core manuscript holdings. Ordinary lives of women and families and the struggles and triumphs of women of accomplishment are richly documented in diaries and other personal records. Many collections, such as the papers of Charlotte Perkins Gilman, Pauli Murray, and the records of the National Organization for Women, feature political, organizational, and economic questions.||434|
|Bryn Mawr College Library Special Collections||Bryn Mawr College Library||Bryn Mawr, PA||1|
|Chapin Library, Williams College||Williams College||Williamstown, MA||1|
|Charles L. Blockson Afro-American Collection||Temple University Libraries||Philadelphia, PA||1|
|Chicago History Museum||Chicago History Museum||Chicago, IL||1|
|Clarke Historical Library||Central Michigan University||Mount Pleasant, MI||4|
|Historical Society Library Pamphlet Collection||University of Wisconsin, Madison||Madison, WI||1|
|Hoover Institution||Stanford University||Palo Alto, CA||Items from the Hoover Institution available through the online archive include materials about the World Young Women’s Christian Association and the International Congress of Women at the Hague. Items obtained through the papers of Alice Park, a member of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF), include her diaries from trips to WILPF and other international women's congresses.||34|
|International Institute for Social History||International Institute for Social History||Amsterdam, North Holland, Netherlands||The International Institute for Social History is a leading repository of international and Netherlands history with particular emphasis on the international socialist movement and labor history. For the purposes of this online archive and database, we have included manuscript and published materials relating to women's international organizations and women's participation in international labor organizations||39|
|Labour Movement Archive and Library||Labour Movement Archive and Library||Stockholm, Sweden||1|
|Library of Congress. Manuscript Division||Library of Congress||District of Columbia||Despite its early concentration upon acquiring original manuscripts for political, military, and diplomatic history, the division includes manuscript material related to cultural history, history of science, and the archives of nongovernmental organizations. Its current holdings total, nearly sixty million items in eleven thousand separate collections. This database has drawn extensive manuscript material from a number of collections: National Council of Jewish Women, National Woman's Party, International Council of Women, and the papers of Cornelia Bryce Pinchot and Mary Church Terrell.||207|
|Mary McLeod Bethune Council House National Historic Site||Mary McLeod Bethune Council House||District of Columbia||1|
|Mildred E. Persinger Collection||Wyndham Robertson Library||Roanoke, VA||Mildred Persinger attended the UN World Conference of International Women's Year, Mexico City, 1975, and she was one of the founders of the International Women's Tribune Centre, which emerged out of the Conference. The digital archive includes selected documents that highlight Persinger's international activism for six decades after 1940. Persinger played a crucial role in the emergence of NGOs as major players at the 1975 Conference and during the UN Decade for Women that followed.||326|
|Moorland-Spingarn Research Center||Howard University||District of Columbia||
The Moorland-Spingarn Research Center (MSRC) at Howard University in Washington, D.C., is one of the world's largest and most comprehensive repositories for the documentation of the history and culture of people of African descent in Africa, the Americas, and other parts of the world.
The Moorland-Spingarn Research Center is named for two benefactors whose collections provided the foundation upon which later development could be built: Dr. Jesse E. Moorland, a Black theologian who was an alumnus and trustee of the University, who donated his private library in 1914, at that time considered one of the most significant collections of Black related materials in existence; and Arthur B. Spingarn, an attorney, social activist, and prominent collector of books and other materials produced by Black people. He served as President of the NAACP between 1940 and 1965.
The Library Division houses more than 175,000 books, periodicals, and microforms in numerous languages. Literature includes rare works by early Black writers from David Walker and Phillis Wheatley, to Richard Wright, and Alice Walker. The Manuscript Division is a collection of primary source materials divided into four departments: manuscripts, music, oral history, and prints and photographs. The department contains the correspondence, writings, and memorabilia of more than 160 African-American people and organizations.
|Oberlin College Archives||Oberlin College||Oberlin, OH||1|
|Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Butler Library||Columbia University||New York||The Rare Book Manuscript Library is Columbia University’s principal repository for primary source collections. For Women and Social Movements International, we have included about a dozen items from the writings of Frances Perkins, Alice Post, and John Clarke.||20|
|Rare Books & Manuscripts, Boston Public Library||Boston Public Library||Boston, MA||81|
|Sophia Smith Collection, Women's History Archive||Smith College Libraries||Northampton, MA||The digital archive includes selected material from the Sophia Smith Collection (SSC) at Smith College. The SSC holdings reflect the international character of women's activism throughout the twentieth century. Materials cover women active in the Young Women's Christian Association, like Elmina Lucke, Ruth Lois Hill, and Ruth Woodsmall, as well as other influential international activists like Mary van Kleeck, Josephine Schain, and Dorothy Kenyon. Finally, documents have been selected from the records of central women's organizations, such as the International Council of Women, the Pan Pacific and Southeast Asia Women's Association, the Committee of Correspondence, and the Women's Committee of the Africa-America Institute.||1134|
|Swarthmore College Peace Collection||Swarthmore College Library||Swarthmore, PA||The online archive contains items from the Swarthmore College Peace Collection (SCPC) that relate to women's peace organizing since the turn of the twentieth century with particular emphasis on the interwar and postwar periods. The activism of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) is captured through the collections of Emily Greene Balch, Dorothy Detzer, Dorothy Hutchinson, and the Peoples Mandate Committee. Ellen Starr Brinton's papers describe her role as an archivist for the SCPC in obtaining materials from Europe before and after World War II. Overall, materials from the SCPC contribute to historians' understanding of women's peace activism during the twentieth century.||91|
|United Nations Office at Geneva||United Nations Office at Geneva||Geneva, Geneva canton, Switzerland||1|
|University of Colorado at Boulder||University of Colorado||Boulder, CO||1|