Black laundry workers in Jackson, Mississippi demand living wages in 1866.
The story of a woman who purchased her own freedom and became the dressmaker of the First Lady.
Sources that illustrate the lives of women in the plantation system.
The United States Supreme Court opinion in Goesaert v. Cleary that favored laws protecting women from morally corrupt work environments.
A newspaper article discussing how the end of the war affected women defense workers.
Excerpts from a magazine article about the newly-formed Women’s Army Auxiliary Corp.
Photographs of African American women doing industrial war work.
A training film for managers of women war workers in industrial plants.
Propaganda posters recruiting women to different types of war work.
A Wisconsin Senate resolution condemning married women in the government workplace.