Notebook kept by Alice Riggs Hunt, journalist and women's rights activist, while travelling in West Virginia in 1916-1917 to campaign for equal suffrage. The notebook was transcribed in the fall of 2015 by students in Women's Studies 101.
Included in the Rieder Anthes family fonds is set of 28 German letters from between 1867 and 1872. The majority of the letters were written by Reverend Jacob Anthes, from the Carrick and Port Elgin areas of Ontario, to his parents Martin and Catharina Anthes, in Baden and New Hamburg in Waterloo County. They document his young family's experience living in a new place while he preached, sometimes at long-distances, attempting to convert people to the Evangelical Association Church.
Two notebooks by K. Mary E. Shaw while she was studying and teaching at the Battersea Polytechnic Institute in 1904. The notebooks contain syllabi for housewifery and laundry work courses.
Diaries kept by Elizabeth Smith Shortt, one of the first 3 women MDs in Canada, while she was in her second year of medical school in 1882. The diaries were transcribed in the winter of 2016 by students in Women's Studies 101.
13 postcards concerning suffragettes and women's rights.
A collection of unique souvenir albums created around the turn of the century, as the town of Berlin grew into the city of Kitchener.
W.O.M.E.N. Education News was a non-profit community research service for teachers and students of Waterloo County.
Unteaching Sexism was a learning unit providing introductory information for teachers on sexism in education. Selected pages of the unit were transcribed by Women's Studies 101 students in Fall 2017.
This digital collection features images and films of women in various domestic and working roles.
In Fall 2017, students in Women's Studies 101 provided detailed descriptions of these images to improve their accessibility.
A collection of scrapbooks compiled by women during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. These books offer mixed-media representations of history and the lives of their authors.