Monographs And Books In Series
Women's Collections on Microfilm
- Centenary Voices, or, A Part of the Work of the Women of
the Universalist Church from its Centenary to the Present
Time. Woman's Centenary Association, 1886.
- CALL NUMBER: Divinity Microforms:ATLA 1991 2063
Contains 68 tracts by various authors on the subject 19th century
Universalism as well as documents related to the Association
including the Act of Incorporation, constitution, treasurer's
reports, and work done by the women of the Church. microfiche: 1
- Courcy, Henri de.J. Les Servantes de Dieu en Canada Essai
sur L'histoire des CommunautÃ©s Religieuses de Femmes de la
Province. Lovell, 1855.
- CALL NUMBER: Divinity Microforms: ATLA 1988 6140
A history of monastic and religious life of women living in QuÃ©bec.
microfiche: 1 sheet.
- Kollontai, A. (Aleksandra). Rabotnitsa Za God
Revoliutsii. Moskva Kommunist, 1918.
- CALL NUMBER: 652
Published in 1918 by the author of The Autobiography of a
Sexually Emancipated Communist Woman, about working class
communist and revolutionary women in the Soviet Union. microfilm: 1
- Madden, Maude Whitmore. Women of the Meiji Era. F. H.
- CALL NUMBER: Divinity Microforms: ATLA 1991 3374
A history of Japanese women of the Meiji period. microfiche: 1
- Las Mujeres de Argentina. Servico Internacional
Publicaciones Argentinas, 1952?.
- CALL NUMBER: M6840.5
An early 1950's book about woman suffrage and legal status in
Argentina. microfilm: 1 reel.
- Early American Imprints, 1639-1800.
- CALL NUMBER: M5554s
Based on a thirteen volume bibliography written by Charles Evans
plus aproximately 10,000 additional items many of which are by or
about women such as Mary Wollstonecraft's A Vindication of the
Rights of Women.
- Early English Books: 1475-1640, 1641-1700.
- CALL NUMBERS: N2375 and N2377
A vast collection of publications primarily of the hand press
period. Most of the books with women as a theme are written by men.
And most of these are uncomplimentary such as A Strange and
True Relation of a young women possest with the Devil...
written in 1647 by James Dalton. Others have a different tone
including Sylvia's Revenge, or, A Satyr against Man in Answer
to the Satyr against Women written by Richard Ames in
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