2 edition of Herstory microfilm collection table of contents. found in the catalog.
Herstory microfilm collection table of contents.
Women"s History Research Center.
|LC Classifications||Z7962 .W67 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 136 p.|
|Number of Pages||136|
|LC Control Number||75560730|
Scope and Contents. Holds copies of the November 26 and December 7 issues. Also holds a photocopy of Murra's article "Queen Christina" as published in Ann Forfreedom (ed.) "Women Out of History: A Herstory Anthology" (), originally printed in the May issue of SPAZM. Box: 1. Return to the Table of Contents. Location of Originals. Some originals are located at the Huntington Library and at the Library of Congress. Return to the Table of Contents. Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements. A microfilm machine is required for several parts of the collection. Return to the Table of Contents. Administrative.
microfilm reels: ill. ; 35 mm. Notes. Reels for have title: Underground underground newspaper collection. Accompanied by booklet published under title: Underground newspaper microfilm collection. Table of contents, ; under title: Underground press collection. Listing of contents, Publication History. Collection additional_collections texts Identifier microfilm Mediatype collection Num_top_ba 5 Publicdate Show_hidden_subcollections true Spotlight_identifier Title Microfilm Title_message Free Books.
The collection also contains several manuscripts on a variety of topics done for publication or for public speaking, including Quakers, Indian history, slavery, and church history. -- P. ." The table of contents listing the box and folder contents is at the beginning of each microfilm. The label for Box 12 marriages, I-Mi was placed incorrectly. The William Livingston family collection is a microfilm edition of two collections at the MHS: the William Livingston family papers (Ms. N) and the William Livingston family papers II (Ms. N). These two collections have been microfilmed together as described in the Detailed Description of the Collection below. The arrangement of.
Elizabeth & Henry IV
The key of liberty
Australian painting, 1788-1960.
Architecture in the age of reason
Serbian orthodox church
Growing businesses,developing people,strengthening communities.
practical skills of a solicitor
Planning in writing
Hoffa and the teamsters
Status and image of the profession of the librarian, anno 1990
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Get this from a library. Herstory: microfilm collection; table of contents. [International Women's History Archive and Topical Research Library on Women. International Women's History Periodical Archive.; Bell & Howell Co. Micro Photo Division.]. Get this from a library.
Herstory: microfilm collection. Table of contents. [Women's History Library.;]. GUIDE: ZW67Herstory Microfilm Collection. Table of Contents, serves as a guide to material from September ZW, v. Guide to the Microfilm Edition of Herstory, Supplementary Set and Supplementary set II, serve as guides to.
Primary Source Microfilm has an online guide to the collection. See also the related microform collection: Herstory. MicFilm ZW with access through Herstory: Microfilm Collection Table of Contents.
ZW Author: Laura Taddeo. Guide/Index: Herstory microfilm collection: table of contents. The History of Women () This extensive collection of material by and about women includes twelve thousand volumes of printed books, over two thousand pamphlet titles, one hundred thirty periodical titles, and one thousand photographs.
Modern HERstory is a book for the empowerment of children, teens, & adults who feel like they do not have a mirror to themselves. $12, pledged of $12, goal. reviews & recommendations The Women's History Research Center Collections: Access and Utility SR editors Based on information provided the SR editor and issue editors by the Women.
Each file contains an assortment of papers – flyers, legal briefs, photocopies of newspaper articles, copies of the table of contents of books, event programs, and so on.
When a particular topic, for e.g. Theatre” has a large number of file folders which are full to. Herstory Microfilm Collection. (Women's History Library, Berkeley, Calif. International Women's History Periodical Archive). 90 reels. Online guide Printed guide. Paper and Indexes to Paper.
Schlesinger Guide on Women’s Magazines. Women's newsletter and periodical collection, (inclusive), (bulk). NARA has microfilmed over 3, series of Federal records that contain a wealth of valuable information for scholars and other researchers.
A comprehensive catalog that lists these microfilm publications by record group is available, as are catalogs for Federal population censuses covering the years NARA has published seven subject catalogs that list publications by.
Featuring contributions from a wide array of international scholars, the book explores the variety of representational strategies used to depict female traumatic experiences in texts by or about women, and in so doing articulates the complex relation between trauma, gender and signification.
General Collection. A Guide to the Contents. Linguistics. A Guide to the Contents. Publishing, the Book Trade and the Diffusion of Knowledge. A Guide to the Contents. Visual Arts and Architecture. A Guide to the Contents.
Women Writers. A Guide to the Contents. mfe/DA//N55/ Guide available. Subjects: Great Britain -- Civilization. Guide to the Microfilm Edition of Herstory: Supplementary set II Herstory update: 8 reels. Herstory 2 update: 13 reels. Herstory 3: 5 reels. Notes: Herstory 1 update: pp. Herstory 2: pp.
Herstory 3: pp. LOCATION: Media Services FILM ACCESSION NUMBER: Film # Guide vol. 1 (2 cop.) Herstory Microfilm Collection: Table of.
This important book seeks to amend that gaping absence in history books and popular culture by acknowledging the countless women whose contributions have made a difference to modern society. Arranged chronologically, Herstory offers compelling biographies of women from "The Dawn" (prehistory to ) to "Revolution to Revolution" ( Reviews: Herstory is an inspiring book which looks at 50 girls and women from around the world who left a mark on history.
From artists, social leaders, activists, writers, sci With (3) young granddaughters (ages ), I'm always searching for books that emphasize the fact that girls can be anything they want to be/5(63).
INTRODUCTION The Library of Congress collections include a very large and growing number of books in microform. This guide is intended to call your attention to a considerable research resource--in this case, books in microform--and give you some suggestions and other information to help you use it (See also Research Guide #16, "Using Research Materials in Microform").
Microfilm. Herstory: microfilm collection (90 reels) Microforms (Lamont) Film S Online Guide--Over periodicals from the International Women’s History Periodical Archive.
Herstory: microfilm collection. Table of contents and Supplementary Set Berkeley, Calif.: Women’s History Library; Wooster, Ohio: Micro Photo,xiv, p. National Archives Collection of Foreign Records Seized (Record Group ) The microfilm publications in this record group are listed below according to the place where the records were filmed.
Nearly all the original paper records have been returned to their respective countries of origin. A relatively small number of these papers may have been of private origin, but the fact. Herstory Microfilm Collection table of contents.
The Mount Saint Vincent collection of lesbian pulp holds books, and the context provided by Terry Paris includes author and cover artist biographies, recommended further reading, publisher histories, and more.
The extent of the Lesbian Herstory Archives' online content regarding. Collection Description. This microfilm edition contains orderly books kept in America during the French and Indian War () selected from manuscript collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society.
Loose orders, returns, muster rolls, etc. have not been included, although some orderly books contain these items.Note: Only available if the microfilm and digital versions cannot suffice. Bound volumes (facsimile), The facsimile bound volumes are shelved in the Brooklyn Collection's browsing area.
Return to Table of Contents».Table of Contents Foreword by Loida Garcia-Febo 1 Preface 3 Part I: Research and Library Instruction The Herstory of the Book: Resources for the Study of Women in Book History (Maggie Gallup Kopp) 71 Strengthening Collection Development and Programming at Public and School Libraries through Women’s Studies Resources (Joy Worland.