A two-page spread from a Communist publication encouraging housewives to join a national meat boycott.
Advertising related to the challenges of maintaining feeding a family on a tight budget.
A federal report on women receiving government assistance in Chicago.
Charts used in a scientific study of farm housewives in Oregon in 1928.
The story of a Black woman who rose from plantation slave to plantation mistress in colonial Florida.
The story of a founding mother of St. Louis.
The story of a métis fur trader of the Great Lakes region.
This letter demonstrates that Russian colonial efforts relied on intermarriage between Russian traders and Native women.
This portrait shows how free Black women in Spanish Louisiana turned an oppressive law into a celebration of individuality and culture.
This sampler and chatelaine reveal the skills and responsibilities of upper-class eighteenth-century women.