The Clarke Historical Library's holdings of material, published and unpublished, for the study of women and their roles in society are varied. In the library's collections are the accounts of teachers, authors, activists, politicians, missionaries, and homemakers. A variety of women have left records of their lives and these bibliographies should make this rich resource more easily available to researchers.
Additional materials are always being added to the library's collections. As they are added they are put on the on-line catalog. The on-line catalog should be consulted for information about the call numbers of materials in the bibliography as well as new materials.
Please consult the Clarke historical Staff if you have questions.
The Clarke Historical Library is a research library and does not loan materials. These materials must be consulted in the reading room of the Clarke historical library. For hours of operation and contact information please click here.
This page was last updated May 1999.
Compiled by Evelyn Leasher