Women -- Education -- United States
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Brightwell's scrapbook about her senior year at "L.G.H.S." - Louisville Girls High School in Louisville, Kentucky.
Overview Tuition receipts, a printed announcement, and a clipping, from several schools, primarily in Alabama.
Overview Newspaper clippings, letters, and photographs.
Dates: 1950s- 1980s
Overview Contains copies of four speeches written by Talladega educator Joseph B. Graham and presented to various civic and social clubs; also contains one letter signed by Selma politician Edmund Pettus
Overview Paper entitled "Then Came the Women: The University in the Nineties," written by Bessie Leach Hayden, Dean of Women, about the first sixty years of coeducation at the University of Alabama.
Dates: circa 1953
Overview A diploma for having completed the course of study at Tuscaloosa Female Academy, Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Overview Diary (and transcription) kept by Edna Lee Holladay during her college days at the University of Alabama
File — Box 4257.005: , Folder: 6
Scope and Contents Letter from Julia HAnsicker, at school in Oxford, Ohio, to her mother in Illinois and Indiana, about the trials of social and school life.
Overview Autobiographical sketch, inspirational materials, the papers "Woman's Part in Making Alabama History - the Past" presented to the Thomaston, Marengo County, Alabama Study Club, which focuses on female educators, and "History of The Thomaston Parent-Teacher Association", as well as a history of Thomaston, Alabama, by Alma Jean Compton, and materials relating to teaching.
Overview Pamphlets, newspaper clippings, and handwritten notes, instructions and essays Carolyn Shepherd Price collected and used as teaching materials in her home economics class. They include a broad range of topics including child development, clothing, health and home management and decoration.
Overview Diploma awarded by the Tuscaloosa Female Academy in 1868.
Overview Contains three notebooks: an account book recording tuition payments at Greensboro Academy; a second account book documenting Henry Tutwiler's personal expenses; and a commonplace book containing book reviews, weather reports, and very brief entries about the Civil War.