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Have You Done Women's History Research Using Library of Congress Collections?
In preparation for an upcoming women's history symposium and Web site,
staff at the Library of Congress is interested in learning about projects
that have involved Library of Congress materials. Projects that resulted
in presentation to a broad audience, such as films, fictional works,
exhibitions, works for young people, Web presentations, classroom
materials, etc., are of particular interest.
Please send an email to [log in to unmask] and tell us about:
- the types of Library of Congress materials you found useful to your work;
- the role that Library of Congress resources have played in your research; and
- how you have presented or plan to present your findings, e.g., an
article, book, stage design or theatrical performance, Web site, exhibit,
Other comments about your Library of Congress research experience are also
welcome, as is your feedback on the Library's recent publication American
Women: A Library of Congress Guide for the Study of Women's History and
Culture in the United States, about which you can read a press release at
Barbara Bair, Manuscript Division
Sheridan Harvey, Humanities and Social Sciences Division
Barbara Orbach Natanson, Prints and Photographs Division
Janice E. Ruth, Manuscript Division