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Katherine Anne Porter     View
Starting point for locating materials on author Katherine Anne Porter, who "is known mostly for her short stories and novel, 'Ship of Fools,' but also published nonfiction." Includes a biography, bibliography (compiled in 1996), and newslet ...
http://www.lib.umd.edu/archivesum/rguide/kap.jsp

My Hero     View
A collection of biographies written by children and adults. The directory arranges profiles by such headings as artists, angels, earthkeepers, family, freedom, teachers, and writers. All biographies offer images of the person, related links, and a pe ...
http://www.myhero.com/

Women of Science at the MBL     View
Profiles of women who studied at the Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL) in Woods Hole, Massachusetts, in its early days. "Founded in 1888, [MBL] was unusual for its time in that it encouraged the enrollment of women students of science on an equ ...
http://www.mbl.edu/publications/women_index.html

VG: Voices from the Gaps: Women Artists and Writers of Color, An International Website     View
A look at "the lives and works of North American minority women artists and writers, visual artists, performance artists, musicians, sonic artists, and filmmakers. Each artist page presents biographical, critical and bibliographical information ...
http://voices.cla.umn.edu/vg/

FemBio     View
Brief biographies of selected famous women, with a focus on women from the U.S. and Germany. Includes women such as Marian Anderson, Hannah Arendt, Mary Harris (Mother) Jones, and Romy Schneider. Also includes an "on this day" listing and a ...
http://www.fembio.org/english/biography.php

Women Physicians, 1850s-1970s     View
"This collection consists of correspondence, scrapbooks, clippings, college records, images, diaries, publications and ephemera documenting the history of women physicians [trained in Pennsylvania] beginning with the first medical school for wom ...
http://archives.drexelmed.edu/womanmd/

Beyond the Picket Fence: Australian Women's Art in the National Library's Collection     View
Website for this exhibition that "opened on the twentieth anniversary of International Women's Day and was one of more than one hundred exhibitions held in Australia in 1995 to celebrate women's activities and creativity." Features images o ...
http://www.nla.gov.au/exhibitions/fence/picket.html

When Roses Bloomed in Winter: Women Graduates of Cleveland Medical College, 1852-56     View
Based on a Ph.D. thesis, this exhibit provides an illustrated narrative about women who graduated from Cleveland Medical College in the 1850s. Women "were banned because of the supposed frailty of their gender from attending the medical schools ...
http://www.cwru.edu/artsci/dittrick/site2/museum/online/roses/

Intimate Circles: American Women in the Arts     View
This exhibit "explores the lives of women -- writers, artists, publishers, performers, collaborators, and community builders -- whose energies set in motion lasting aesthetic and cultural practices. The women portrayed here lived primarily in th ...
http://beinecke.library.yale.edu/awia/

Alice's Drive: Women Who Drove the Century     View
Website about a 2009 effort to recreate the landmark cross-country drive of Alice Ramsey, who, in 1909, became "the first woman to drive across America." Features background about Ramsey's 1909 Maxwell DA and a facsimile vehicle, Ramsey's 1 ...
http://aliceramsey.org/

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