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The Black Sash: Women for Justice and Peace
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written by Mary Ingouville Burton, 1940- (Johannesburg, Gauteng: Jacana Media, 2015), 281 page(s)
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written by Mary Ingouville Burton, 1940- (Johannesburg, Gauteng: Jacana Media, 2015), 281 page(s)
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Board of the Bulgarian Women's Union, ca. 1926
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(National Library, Sofia, Bulgaria) (1926) (1926), 1 page(s)
The photograph was likely taken during the 20th congress of the Bulgarian Women's Union (BWU) [Bulgarski Zhenski Sujuz (BZhS)]. In 1926, Julia Malinova (1869-1953) stepped down as president but was pronounced honorary president. Malinova had served as president from 1908 to 1910 and from 1912 to 1926. Dimitrana Iv...
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(National Library, Sofia, Bulgaria) (1926) (1926), 1 page(s)
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Bridging Two Empires: Frances Hawks Cameron Burnett and Her Passion for Japanese Poetry
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written by Taeko Shibahara, fl. 2010 (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2017, originally published 2017), 9 page(s)
The life of Frances Hawks Cameron Burnett (1884-1957, hereafter Burnett) the wife of Lt Charles Burnett, U.S. military attaché to the American Embassy in Japan, provides a third picture that links male and female activism related to U.S.-Japan relations before World War II. Burnett spent most of her life between...
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written by Taeko Shibahara, fl. 2010 (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2017, originally published 2017), 9 page(s)
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Brief for adoption, Our Oklahoma by Muriel Wright
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written by Muriel Hazel Wright, 1889-1975, in Muriel Wright Collection, of Oklahoma Historical Society. Research Center (1983.018, Box 23A, FF 23) (Oklahoma City, OK) (1949) , 5 page(s)
Three interrelated themes dominate Muriel Wright’s correspondence in her papers at the Oklahoma Historical Society: her family ties, especially her father’s Choctaw lineage; her work in and promotion of Indian history, especially the Five Civilized Tribes; and her participation in Indian affairs, especially th...
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written by Muriel Hazel Wright, 1889-1975, in Muriel Wright Collection, of Oklahoma Historical Society. Research Center (1983.018, Box 23A, FF 23) (Oklahoma City, OK) (1949) , 5 page(s)
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British Woman in New China: Marian Ramelson's Report on the Asian Women's Conference, Peking, 1949
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written by Marian Ramelson, 1908-1967, Women's International Democratic Federation (London, England: Women's International Democratic Federation, 1949), 16 page(s)
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written by Marian Ramelson, 1908-1967, Women's International Democratic Federation (London, England: Women's International Democratic Federation, 1949), 16 page(s)
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Caribbean Women at the Crossroads: The Paradox of Motherhood Among Women of Barbados, St. Lucia and Dominica
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written by Patricia Mohammed, fl. 1988 and Althea Perkins, fl. 2000 (Mona, Saint Andrew Parish (Jamaica): Canoe Press, 1999), 151 page(s)
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written by Patricia Mohammed, fl. 1988 and Althea Perkins, fl. 2000 (Mona, Saint Andrew Parish (Jamaica): Canoe Press, 1999), 151 page(s)
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in Ohio Native Heritage Archive, of Ohio State University, Newark. John L. and Christine D. Warner Library (2006); interview by Phil Desenze, fl. 2006 and Stacey Westfall, fl. 2006 , 11 page(s)
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Catalog für die Ausstellung österr. Frauen-Arbeiten. Welt-Ausstellung 1873 in Wien
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(Austrian National Library); edited by Aglaia von Enderes, 1836-1883 (Vienna, Vienna State: Central-Commission Publisher, 1873), 71 page(s)
Title: Catalogue for the Exhibition of Austrian Women's Work: World Exhibition 1873 in Vienna. Description: The document is a catalogue published on the occasion of the Vienna World Exhibition of 1873. The catalogue gives an introduction on women's work and is followed by a list of producers and goods, which were...
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(Austrian National Library); edited by Aglaia von Enderes, 1836-1883 (Vienna, Vienna State: Central-Commission Publisher, 1873), 71 page(s)
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Ce zic femeile?
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written by Elena Meissner, 1867-1940, in Constantin and Elena Meissner Family Collection, of Romania. National Archives (folder XI32, files 56 - 57) (Bucharest, Bucharest County) (1931) , 2 page(s)
Title: What women say? Description: Manuscript of an article written by Elena Meissner, later to be published in the widespread newspaper Adevărul in February (?) 1931. The article debates the shortcomings of winning partial political rights for women and argues passionately for the achievement of full politica...
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written by Elena Meissner, 1867-1940, in Constantin and Elena Meissner Family Collection, of Romania. National Archives (folder XI32, files 56 - 57) (Bucharest, Bucharest County) (1931) , 2 page(s)
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Trinidad and Tobago
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written by Nesta Patrick, 1922-; in CEDAW Conference on the United Nations Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women, 25th-31st October, 1991 (Copenhagen, Capital Region (Denmark): Danish Women's Society, 1992, originally published 1992, first release 1992), 91-94
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written by Nesta Patrick, 1922-; in CEDAW Conference on the United Nations Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women, 25th-31st October, 1991 (Copenhagen, Capital Region (Denmark): Danish Women's Society, 1992, originally published 1992, first release 1992), 91-94
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