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    • Alice Elizabeth Schall Diary (Augustana College)

    • Alice Elizabeth Schall was a resident of Coe Township near Port Byron, Illinois, in the late 19th century. Her diary dates from 1 January 1880 to 31 December 1880.
    • Illinois and Regional History; Women's Studies
    • Text; Text--Personal correspondence and diaries
    • Chicago Training School Records (Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary)

    • The Chicago Training School for City, Home, and Foreign Missions, was established in 1885 under the leadership of Lucy Rider Meyer, and her husband, Josiah Shelley Meyer. The school’s purpose was to educate Christian women as leaders and social...
    • Education; Illinois and Regional History; Religion; Sociology; University and Institutional History; Women's Studies
    • Images; Images--Photographs; Text; Text--Books/Monographs; Text--Periodicals; Text--Personal correspondence and diaries; Text--University publications
    • Lucy Rider Meyer Papers (Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary)

    • Lucy Rider Meyer (1849-1922) was a well-known leader in Christian social service and religious education. Her deaconess work has been often compared to Jane Addams’ settlement house movement. In 1885 she established The Chicago Training School with...
    • Biography; Education; Illinois and Regional History; Religion; Sociology; University and Institutional History; Women's Studies
    • Images; Images--Photographs; Text; Text--Personal correspondence and diaries
    • Mary Florence and Mary Jane O'Shea Collection (Dominican University)

    • The Mary Florence O'Shea Collection contain materials from four generations of her family. The bulk of the materials come from Mary Florence's own activities, and is grouped according to each significant milestone as she accounted for them. There...
    • Education; Illinois and Regional History; Non-U.S. History; Travel and Leisure; U.S. History; University and Institutional History; Women's Studies
    • Images; Images--Photographs
    •  Netta Bartholomew Anderson Papers (Augustana College)

    • Netta C. Bartholomew Anderson was one of the first six women to graduate from Augustana College, earning her degree in 1894. The Netta Bartholomew Anderson papers, 1831-1959 and undated, contains Anderson's writings, correspondence, and other...
    • Illinois and Regional History; U.S. History; Women's Studies
    • Text; Text--Personal correspondence and diaries
    • Newberry Digital Collections (Newberry Library)

    • A selection of digitized items from the Newberry's extensive noncirculating collection of rare books, maps, music, manuscripts, and other printed material spanning six centuries.
    • Government, Law, Politics; Religion; Women's Studies
    • Images; Images--Photographs; Text
    • Norma Poinsett Papers (Meadville Lombard Theological School)

    • This collection contains the personal papers of Unitarian Universalist lay-leader, Norma Poinsett.
    • African American Studies; Religion; Women's Studies
    • Images; Images--Photographs; Text; Text--Personal correspondence and diaries
    • Phoebe (North Park University)

    • Phoebe is the official publication of the Covenant Women’s Auxiliary (CWA), founded in 1916 as a means to unify the efforts of women to support the work of the Evangelical Covenant Church. Begun in Chicago, chapters were quickly established across...
    • Genealogy; Non-U.S. History; Religion; Sociology; U.S. History; University and Institutional History; Women's Studies
    • Text; Text--Books/Monographs; Text--General; Text--Periodicals
    • The Creative Woman (Governors State University)

    • The Creative Woman was a quarterly feminist journal produced at Governors State University from 1977-1992. The content featured the work of GSU faculty, staff, and others on a wide variety of topics of interest to women.
    • Literature; Women's Studies
    • Text; Text--Periodicals; Text--University publications
    • Woman's Club of Carbondale Minutes (Southern Illinois University Carbondale)

    • The Woman's Club of Carbondale Minutes collection documents 1896 through 2016, including bylaws, calendars, the club pledge, and officer lists, along with a few photographs and materials related to special club events and retrospectives, including...
    • Art and Architecture; Business and Economics; Education; Illinois and Regional History; Literature; Nature; Non-U.S. History; Performing Arts; Religion; Sociology; Travel and Leisure; U.S. History; University and Institutional History; Women's...
    • Images; Images--General; Images--Photographs; Text; Text--General; Text--Personal correspondence and diaries
    • Yvonne Seon Papers (Meadville Lombard Theological School)

    • This collection contains the personal papers of Unitarian minister, activist, and African American Studies scholar Reverend Dr. Yvonne Seon.
    • African American Studies; Religion; Women's Studies
    • Images; Images--Photographs; Text; Text--General

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