Women's History Sitemap - Page 8 2016-09-26

Maria Sklodowski in 1894
Marie Curie, then Maria Sklodowski, is shown in 1894, the year she met her future husband Pierre Curie.

Marie Curie and Pierre Curie on Honeymoon
Nobel Prize winners in the future, here Marie Curie and Pierre Curie are shown with bicycles enjoying their honeymoon.

Marie Curie 1901
Iconic photograph of Marie Curie, 1901.

Marie and Pierre Curie, 1902
Marie and Pierre Curie are shown in her laboratory in 1902.

Marie Curie, 1903
Marie Curie is shown in 1903, the year of her first Nobel Prize.

Marie Curie with Daughter Eve, 1908
Marie Curie is shown with her daughter, Eve, in 1908

Marie Curie in Laboratory, 1910
Marie Curie in her laboratory, 1910, on her way to winning a second Nobel Prize.

Ida Lewis (Lighthouse Keeper Famous for Rescues)
Ida Lewis, lighthouse keeper, was known for her rescues off the shore of Rhode Island.

Elizabeth Van Lew Picture
Elizabeth Van Lew depicted bringing food to a Union prisoner.

Rejection Quote - Amelia Bloomer
From a rejection letter written by Amelia Bloomer, editor of The Lily, a 19th century women's newspaper.

Boudicca's Uprising
Nineteenth century depiction of Boudicca calling on the Iceni to rise against the Romans.

Women's Auxiliary Typographical Union - Labor Day Parade 1909
A Labor Day Parade float, 1909, from a women's auxiliary.

The Geography Lesson
Mid 19th-century daguerrotype illustrates British education of girls in geography.

Christabel Pankhurst Biography
Biography and photograph of Christabel Pankhurst, British feminist leader who was known for her role in the more radical wing of the women's suffrage movement.

Christabel Pankhurst, Suffrage Activist
Christabel Pankhurst was a lawyer and feminist in the British suffrage movement of the early 20th century.

Amy Beach, Composer: Portrait
Amy Beach, known professionally as Mrs. H. H. A. Beach, was an American composer in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

Michelle Obama Presents 2009 Inauguration Gown
Michelle Obama presents her 2009 inauguration gown to the Smithsonian National Museum of American History.

First Lady Michelle Obama Inauguration Gown 2009
Jason Wu designed the 2009 inauguration gown of Michelle Obama.

Michelle Obama's Shoes - Inauguration 2009
Michelle Obama's 2009 inauguration shoes, donated by designer Jimmy Choo to the National Museum of American History in honor of First Lady Michelle Obama.

Michelle Obama Inaugural Earrings 2009 - Loree Rodkin
Loree Rodkin designed the inaugural earrings worn by First Lady Michelle Obama in 2009.

Women Mystics in Medieval Europe
Medieval women mystics in Europe you should know more about: from the 11th to 16th centuries.

Abigail Johnson
Abigail Johnson was a child caught up in witchcraft accusations. Her older sister, mother, two aunts and several cousins and a brother were also accused. Were they targeting her grandfather? Her mother's reputation? Her aunt's and her mother's control of property?

Abigail Dane Faulkner - Salem Witch Trials
Biography of Abigail Dane Faulkner, figure in the Salem witch trials of 17th century colonial Massachusetts. She was convicted but execution was suspended because she was pregnant; she survived. The likely motives for accusing her?

Stephen Johnson
Biography of Stephen Johnson, figure in the Salem witch trials of 17th century colonial Massachusetts. He was only 14 when accused; his mother, two sisters, two aunts and two cousins were also on trial.

Marian Anderson, Contralto: Biography and Facts
Learn about Marian Anderson, contralto and concert singer of the 20th century, who broke many color barriers with her musical accomplishments and is recognized as one of the best voices of the 20th century.

Deliverance Dane
Deliverance Dane was the daughter-in-law of a witchcraft skeptic in Salem, which may have gotten her mixed up in the accusations. Two sisters-in-law and five nieces and nephews as well as many friends were also accused.

Elizabeth Johnson Jr.
Elizabeth Johnson Jr., daughter of Elizabeth Johnson Sr., was one of the first of a group of Andover women to be caught up in the Salem witch accusations of 1692.

LFLRA - Lowell Female Labor Reform Association
The LFLRA - Lowell Female Labor Reform Association - was an early labor organization for women

Women and Unions - Early Efforts - Lowell Mill Girls Organize
America's first working women's association to press for better working conditions and pay -- in other words, a union -- was organized in 1844, and Sarah Bagley was the first President.

Why Go To College? - Alice Freeman Palmer
An address by Alice Freeman Parker, a president of Wellesley College, on the purpose and advantages of higher education for women.

Daughters of the American Revolution - DAR
A brief description of the Daughters of the American Revolution and two famous incidents involving the DAR, Jane Addams, Marian Anderson and Eleanor Roosevelt.

Dr. Mary Edwards Walker, Civil War Surgeon
About Dr. Mary E. Walker: Known for her unconventional dress - she often wore trousers and a man's coat - this pioneer physician worked for the Union Army as a nurse and spy while she waited for an official commission as a surgeon.

Medieval Queens, Empresses, and Other Women Rulers
During the Middle Ages, men ruled -- except when women did. Here are a few of the women who ruled or wielded influence and power through their husbands, sons, and grandsons.

Medieval Queens, Empresses, and Other Women Rulers
During the Middle Ages, men ruled -- except when women did. Here are a few of the women who ruled or wielded influence and power through their husbands, sons, and grandsons.

Medieval Queens, Empresses, and Other Women Rulers
During the Middle Ages, men ruled -- except when women did. Here are a few of the women who ruled or wielded influence and power through their husbands, sons, and grandsons.

Medieval Queens, Empresses, and Other Women Rulers
During the Middle Ages, men ruled -- except when women did. Here are a few of the women who ruled or wielded influence and power through their husbands, sons, and grandsons.

Medieval Queens, Empresses, and Other Women Rulers
During the Middle Ages, men ruled -- except when women did. Here are a few of the women who ruled or wielded influence and power through their husbands, sons, and grandsons.

Meryt-Neith: Was This Early Egyptian Ruler Actually a Woman?
Meryt-Neith was the daughter, wife and mother of male pharaohs of the First Dynasty. She may have been a regent, but some of the archaeological evidence is that she ruled with the power of a king.

Adele Astaire
Adele Astaire and her younger brother, Fred, teamed up for musical success until she married and set aside her career.

Josephine Baker in a Feather Dress
Photo of Josephine Baker, dancer and actress, in 1930.

Josephine Baker Posing With Cheetah - 1931
Photo of Josephine Baker, dancer and actress, with her cheetah Chiquita, in 1931.

Josephine Baker Out for a Walk - 1931
Photo of Josephine Baker, dancer and actress,

Josephine Baker in Buenos Aires, about 1950
Photo of Josephine Baker, dancer and actress, about 1950, shown visiting Buenos Aires.

Josephine Baker Performing in the 1950s
Photo of Josephine Baker, dancer and actress, performing in the 1950s.

Josephine Baker in 1951
Photo of Josephine Baker, dancer and actress, backstage in 1951.

NAACP Protests Discrimination by Stork Club Against Josephine Baker
Photo of NAACP protest outside Stork Club in New York City, 1951.

Studio Portrait of Josephine Baker - 1961
Photo of Josephine Baker, dancer and actress, in 1961.

Josephine Baker 1960
Photo of Josephine Baker, dancer and actress, in Amsterdam, 1960.

Josephine Baker Reflects on World War II Service
Josephine Baker reviews memorabilia connected with her World War II service.

Josephine Baker at Red Cross Gala in Monte Carlo - About 1973
Photo of Josephine Baker, dancer and actress, at Red Cross Gala in Monte Carlo. about 1973.

Josephine Baker With Elephant
Photo of Josephine Baker, dancer and actress, with a model of an elephant, in 1925.

Josephine Baker in 1928
Photo of Josephine Baker, dancer and actress, in 1928.

Josephine Baker at the Parisian Folies Bergere 1930
Photo of Josephine Baker at the Parisian Folies Bergere, 1930.

Josephine Baker - Honored at Madame Tussauds
Josephine Baker honored at Madame Tussauds in 2008.

Josephine Baker and Her Banana Dance
Josephine Baker was famous in the 1920s in Paris and Berlin for her Banana Dance.

Josephine Baker and Tiger Rug
Photo of Josephine Baker, dancer and actress, on a tiger rug in 1925.

Josephine Baker as Powerful Woman - 1925
Photo of Josephine Baker, dancer and actress, and shadow, with tiger rug, in 1925.

Josephine Baker's Pearls - 1925
Photo of Josephine Baker, dancer and actress, with her iconic pearls in 1925.

Josephine Baker and Her Pearls - 1925
Photo of Josephine Baker, exotic dancer, in Paris in 1925.

Separate Spheres Ideology - Women's Place & Men's Place
An overview of the ideology of separate spheres which attempted to define the proper role or place or sphere for women and for men.

Louisa May Alcott - Transcendental Wild Oats - 1873
Louisa May Alcott wrote this biting satire on life in a 19th century Utopian community, based on her own family's experience at Fruitlands. She portrays the father figure as a dreamer and idealist, and the mother as the practical one who has to do all the work to meet worldly needs like food and shelter.

Women in the Gridiron Club
When were women first initiated into the elite Gridiron Club? The prestigious group of journalists in Washington, D.C. held onto its men-only membership policy for years, but 1970s feminists ratcheted up the pressure.

Rousseau on Women and Education
Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Enlightenment philosopher, wrote about women and education in Emile, and also wrote about women in some other essays about equality. What did he actually say?

Women's Liberation Groups of the 1960s and 1970s
List of significant women's liberation groups. The 1960s and 1970s feminist movement saw the formation of women's liberation groups across the United States.

Flight Attendants and Sex Discrimination
A landmark case in sex discrimination law and policy involved flight attendants and the EEOC.

Compulsory Heterosexuality
The phrase

BFOQ Definition: Bona Fide Occupational Qualification
When is a job requirement a BFOQ, or bona fide occupational qualification? Read the definition of BFOQ and how it relates to workplace equality and employment law.

Lynette Woodard
Read about Lynette Woodard, women's basketball pioneer.

Women in Basketball History
Famous women basketball players: find the top women in the history of basketball.

Women in Basketball History
Famous women basketball players: find the top women in the history of basketball.

Sally Hemings' Children
Were Sally Hemings' children fathered by Thomas Jefferson? Look at when Jefferson was at Monticello in relationship to their birthdates, and look at evidence of the fate of some of those children, and decide if the theory makes sense.

Baby M - Surrogate Motherhood Decision
Surrogate mother decision: Baby M, born to Mary Beth Whitehead but adopted by Elizabeth and William Stern, was at the center of this controversy over parental rights and surrogacy contracts.

Generation 3: Grandparents of Elizabeth Woodville
Generation 3: the grandparents of Elizabeth Woodville are listed with their children -- her parents plus her aunts and uncles.

Ancestry, Siblings and Children of Elizabeth Woodville
Follow the ancestry, siblings and children of Elizabeth Woodville.

Ancestry Chart for Elizabeth Woodville
A chart showing the family tree of Elizabeth Woodville, in a graphic form with the generations marked.

Generation 5: Great-Great-Grandparents of Elizabeth Woodville
Generation 5 includes the great-great grandparents of Elizabeth Woodville.

Generation 2: Parents (and Siblings) of Elizabeth Woodville
Elizabeth Woodville's family tree: generation 2, her siblings and her parents are included here.

Generation 1: Elizabeth Woodville (and Her Children)
Elizabeth Woodville's family tree: the husbands and children of Elizabeth Woodville.

Generation 4: Great Grandparents of Elizabeth Woodville
Generation 4 of Elizabeth Woodville's family tree, including her great grandparents and her great aunts and great uncles.

Joan Rivers Quotes
Carefully curated quotes from Joan Rivers -- the best of the best of her sassy and wise words.

Placing Your Female Ancestor in Social Context
Part 5: Some hints about studying social context to better understand the female ancestors you find in your family tree.

Unitarian Universalist Women - Annotated Bibliography
An annotated bibliography of resources for understanding the role of women within Unitarianism and Universalism.

Discovering Women Through Family Heirlooms & Oral History
Part 3: family history through heirlooms and oral history.

Her Story: Uncovering Women's Lives
Part 1: Finding Berta Josephine's story, tracing female ancestors.

Elizabeth Woodville and Eleanor of Aquitaine
Some different lines of descent for Elizabeth Woodville and both her husbands from Eleanor of Aquitaine, sometimes called the Mother of Europe for her many descendants.

Manuscript Version: Battle Hymn of the Republic
The manuscript version of the Battle Hymn of the Republic, as written in 1861 by Julia Ward Howe, differs from the version originally published; both are different from the usual form of the song today.

Battle Hymn of the Republic - Later Versions
The Battle Hymn of the Republic continued to grow and change.

Margaret Atwood's Novel, The Edible Woman
The Edible Woman by Margaret Atwood was published in 1969, an early feminist novel and the author's first.

Settlement Houses
Basic information about settlement houses and their connection to women's history.

Lady Godiva's Famous Ride Through Coventry
Is Lady Godiva's ride myth or history?

Christa McAuliffe, Teacher in Space
The story of Christa McAuliffe, NASA Teacher in Space, who was aboard the Challenger shuttle in 1986 when it exploded within minutes of takeoff.

Lucy Stone Quotes: 19th Century Feminist's Wise Words
Quotes from Lucy Stone, 19th century feminist, a leader in the woman suffrage movement and, by marriage, a member of the Blackwell family.

Merovingian Frankish Queens
The queens in the Merovingian dynasty, though their stories are not well documented, were often behind major events in the history of the time.

Eleanor Roosevelt: Early Years
A summary of the early life of Eleanor Roosevelt, through the discovery of her husband's affair with Lucy Mercer.

Lydia Ann Moulton Jenkins
Arguably the first woman minister ordained in America, Lydia Jenkins' place in history is tenuous because the records are incomplete.

Women's Suffrage in Pictures
Pictures of the women's suffrage movement including key women's suffrage activists.

Calling on Men to Win Freedom for Their Daughters
A poster from the suffrage movement calling on men to be allies in winning freedom for women.

Woman or Women? A Clarification of Terms
How the terms Woman and Women were used somewhat differently in philosophical and political writings, especially in the 18th and 19th centuries.

Official Titles for Catherine Middleton, Wife of Prince William
Princess Catherine? Duchess Kate? Princess Kate? What's the correct title for Catherine Middleton who married Prince William, now the Duke of Cambridge?

Royal Wedding - Queen Victoria and Prince Albert on Their Wedding Day
Queen Victoria and Prince Albert on their wedding day, February 10, 1840. Page 2.

Royal Wedding - Victoria and Albert Reenact Their Wedding
Queen Victoria and Prince Albert re-enact their wedding. Page 3.

Royal Wedding - Victoria, Princess Royal, and Crown Prince Frederick of Prussia
Engraving from a painting of the wedding of Queen Victoria's eldest daughter Victoria, Princess Royal, to Crown Prince Frederick of Prussia, in 1858. Page 5.

Royal Wedding Dress - Alexandra of Denmark 1863
Princess Alexandra of Denmark in her wedding dress, 1863. Page 8.

Royal Wedding - Charles and Diana Balcony Kiss
The balcony kiss after the wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana, 1981. Page 13.

Royal Wedding - Charles and Diana Leave Wedding Ceremony 1981
Lady Diana Spencer and Prince Charles leave by carriage after their wedding, July 29, 1981. Page 11.

Royal Wedding - Diana and Charles 1981
Lady Diana Spencer proceeds down the aisle of St Paul's Cathedral on the arm of her father, John Spencer, 1981. Page 4.

Royal Weddings - Royal Family on the Balcony after Wedding of Charles and Diana
Royal family on the balcony at Buckingham Palace after the wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer, July 29, 1981. Page 12.

Royal Wedding - Princess Diana 1981
Lady Diana Spencer and her father enter St Paul's Cathedral for her marriage to Prince Charles, 1981. Page 3.

Catherine and William Declared Married
William and Catherine at their 2011 wedding, highlighting the dress by Sarah Burton chosen by the former Kate Middleton. Page 4.

Princess Anne at the Wedding of William and Catherine
Anne, Princess Royal, arrives at Buckingham Palace after the wedding of William and Catherine, 2011. Page 14.

Royal Wedding - Edward and Alexandra Pose with Queen Victoria
Prince Edward and Princess Alexandra of Denmark pose with Queen Victoria after their wedding. Page 9.

Royal Wedding - Princess Royal Victoria Alexandra Alice Mary and Viscount Lascelle, Earl of Harewood
King George V and Queen Mary with their daughter, the Princess Royal Victoria Alexandra Alice Mary, on her wedding day, with her new husband Viscount Lascelle, Earl of Harewood. Page 18.

Royal Weddings - York Wedding 1923
Wedding party portrait for the Duke of York and Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, 1923. Page 22.

Royal Weddings - Duke of York Marries Lady Elizabeth Bowes Lyon
Albert, Duke of York, later George VI, on his wedding day with his bride, Lady Elizabeth Bowes Lyon, April 26, 1923. Page 21.

Royal Wedding - Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon on Wedding Day
Lady Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, future Queen Elizabeth, on her way to marry George, Duke of York, the future George VI. Page 20.

Royal Wedding 1923 - Future George VI Marries Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon
Formal wedding photograph for the future King George VI and Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon, with George V and Queen Mary. Page 19.

Royal Weddings - Cake at the York Wedding, 1923
Wedding cake for the Duke and Duchess of York, later King George VI and Queen Elizabeth. Page 24.

Royal Wedding - Elizabeth and Philip Royal Wedding Group
From the wedding of Princess Elizabeth, later Queen Elizabeth II, a family group portrait. Page 32.

Royal Wedding 1947 - Elizabeth and Philip in Westminster Abbey
Elizabeth and Philip in the aisle of Westminster Abbey with their bridesmaids and pages, November 20, 1947. Page 28.

Royal Weddings - Elizabeth II and Philip on Balcony After Wedding
Newly married Princess Elizabeth and Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, on the balcony at Buckingham Palace after their wedding. Page 33.

1947 Royal Couple - Princess Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh
Wedding day for the Princess Elizabeth, later Queen Elizabeth II, and Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, later Prince Philip. Page 30.

Royal Weddings - Queen Elizabeth II Wedding Dress
A drawing of the dress worn by the Princess Elizabeth -- future Queen Elizabeth II -- on November 20, 1947. Page 26.

Royal Wedding - Queen Elizabeth II to Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh
The future Queen Elizabeth II with Prince Philip at their wedding, November 20, 1947. Page 29.

Royal Wedding - Fiances Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip 1947
A photograph of the engaged couple of Princess Elizabeth (future Queen Elizabeth II) and Prince Philip, from January 1947. Page 25.

Royal Wedding - Elizabeth Marries Prince Philip Mountbatten
Royal Wedding: Princess Elizabeth (future Queen Elizabeth II) married Lieutenant Philip Mountbatten at Westminster Abbey, November 20, 1947. Page 27.

Royal Wedding - Wedding Photo of Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip
Photo of the wedding party in 1947, with the Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip, King George VI and Queen Elizabeth, and others. Page 31.

Royal Wedding - Prince and Princess of Wales 1981
Charles and Diana leave St Paul's Cathedral after their 1981 wedding. Page 35.

Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge - Balcony Kiss 2011
TRH Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, in the much-expected balcony kiss at Buckingham Palace, 2011. Page 12.

Balcony - Royal Wedding of William and Catherine 2011
William and Catherine at Buckingham Palace after their 2011 wedding. Page 10.

Balcony Kiss, William and Catherine - 2011
Their Royal Highnesses Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge kiss on the balcony at Buckingham Palace. Page 11.

Catherine and William After Wedding
TRH Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, emerge from Westminster Abbey after their 2011 wedding. Page 6.

William and Catherine Leave Westminster
TRH Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge smile following their marriage at Westminster Abbey on April 29, 2011 in London, England. Page 7.

Catherine and William Leave Westminster Abbey
William and Catherine leave Westminister Abbey following their marriage on April 29, 2011. Page 8.

Catherine and William With Members of the Royal Family and Others
Britain's Prince William and his new bride, Catherine, seated during their wedding ceremony; the photograph includes key members of the royal family. Page 5.

Catherine and William Royal Wedding - 2011
Catherine Middleton and Prince William kneel at the altar during their wedding ceremony, April 29, 2011. Page 2.

Catherine and William in Westminster Abbey at the Altar
Catherine, now Duchess of Cambridge, at the altar with Prince William during their wedding.

Female Relatives at the Royal Wedding - 2011
Female relatives of William and Catherine gather after the 2011 royal wedding. Page 13.

William and Kate and Pippa - William and Catherine Leave Their Wedding 2011
William and Catherine leave Westminster Abbey after their wedding ceremony, with Kate's sister Pippa holding Kate's train. Page 15.

Catherine and William in Carriage - Royal Wedding Pictures 2011
Catherine and William leave Westminster, headed for Buckingham Palace, after their wedding ceremony. Page 9.

Wedding Ceremony of Catherine and William - Westminster Abbey - 2011
Catherine Middleton married Britain's Prince William at Westminster Abbey, April 29, 2011. Page 3.

Catherine and William Royal Wedding - April 29 2011 - Picture Gallery
Royal wedding 2011: Catherine Middleton married Britain's Prince William.

Catherine and William Royal Wedding - April 29 2011 - Picture Gallery
Royal wedding 2011: Catherine Middleton married Britain's Prince William.

Prince William Marries Catherine Middleton
Prince William puts the ring on the finger of his bride, Catherine Middleton, during their April 29, 2011, wedding. Page 36.

Catherine and William With Members of the Royal Family
Britain's Prince William and his new bride, Catherine, seated during their wedding ceremony. Below in the front row are key members of the royal family. Page 38.

Catherine and William - Picture of Catherine's Wedding Dress - April 2011
Photograph of William and Catherine at their wedding, showing the wedding dress chosen by the former Catherine Middleton. Page 39.

Catherine and William in Westminster Abbey - April 29 2011
Catherine, now Duchess of Cambridge, at the altar during her wedding to Britain's Prince William. Page 37.

Queen Victoria's Wedding Dress
Queen Victoria wore this dress at her 1840 wedding to her cousin Albert. Page 4.

Queen Mary's 1893 Wedding Dress - 2002 Exhibition
Wedding dress of Mary of Teck, shown on a mannequin at a 2002 exhibition. The gowns worn by her daughter-in-law Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon and granddaughter Elizabeth II are shown in the background. Page 17.

Queen Elizabeth - the Queen Mum - Wedding Dress 2002
The future Queen Elizabeth, mother of Queen Elizabeth II, wore this dress at her wedding in 1923. Page 23.

1947 - Wedding Dress of Queen Elizabeth Ii
The dress the future Queen Elizabeth II wore at her 1947 wedding to Philip Mountbatten is here shown on a mannequin at a 2002 exhibition. Page 34.

A Century of Queens' Weddings 2002: Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth II
A 2002 exhibition in London celebrated a century of queens' weddings with a display of wedding gowns from Victoria through Elizabeth II.

Royal Wedding - Princess Alexandra of Denmark and Prince of Wales, Later King Edward VII of Great Britain
Picture of the 1863 wedding of Princess Alexandra of Wales to Great Britain's Prince of Wales, later King Edward VII. Page 7.

British Royal Weddings from Victoria to Elizabeth II
These pictures of British royal weddings show some of the changes and traditions over the years from Victoria onwards.

British Royal Weddings from Victoria to Elizabeth II
These pictures of British royal weddings show some of the changes and traditions over the years from Victoria onwards.

British Royal Weddings from Victoria to Elizabeth II
These pictures of British royal weddings show some of the changes and traditions over the years from Victoria onwards.

Royal Wedding - Princess Helena 1866
Wedding of Queen Victoria's daughter Helena, 1866. Page 10.

Royal Wedding - Princess Alice, Daughter of Queen Victoria, 1862
From the wedding reception of Queen Victoria's third daughter, Alice, to Prince Louis of Hesse Darmstadt, 1867. Page 6.

Royal Wedding - Prince Arthur William, Duke of Connaught, and Princess Louise Margaret of Prussia
Queen Victoria's third son, Arthur William, marries Princess Louise Margaret of Prussia, 1879. Page 11.

Royal Wedding - Princess Beatrice Mary Victoria Marries Prince Henry of Battenburg - 1885
Princess Beatrice Mary Victoria married Prince Henry of Battenberg in 1885. Page 14.

Royal Weddings Princess Beatrice in Wedding Dress
Princess Beatrice, youngest daughter of Queen Victoria, in her wedding dress, 1885. Page 13.

Royal Wedding - Beatrice and Henry
Queen Victoria's youngest daughter, Princess Beatrice, married Prince Henry of Battenberg, August 1, 1885. Page 12.

Royal Wedding - George V and Mary of Teck
Photograph of the Buckingham Palace wedding of Duke of York, future King George V, and Princess Mary of Teck. Page 16.

Royal Wedding - Princess Mary of Teck and King George V
King George V and his new bride, Princess Mary of Teck, on their wedding day, July 6, 1893. Page 15.

British Royal Weddings from Victoria to Elizabeth II
These pictures of British royal weddings show some of the changes and traditions over the years from Victoria onwards.

Princess Diana Wedding Pictures
Photographs from the wedding of Diana, Princess of Wales, and Prince Charles.

Princess Diana Wedding Pictures
Photographs from the wedding of Diana, Princess of Wales, and Prince Charles.

Elisabetta Sirani - Image Gallery
Pictures of Elisabetta Sirani paintings. Elisabetta Sirani was a Renaissance painter, one of few women to become well known and financially successful from their art.

Elisabetta Sirani Self-Portrait - Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts - Moscow
A self-portrait of Elisabetta Sirani, executed in oil.

Marilyn Monroe About 1947
Marilyn Monroe in an early modeling shot, about 1947. Page 4.

Marilyn Monroe Reflected
Marilyn Monroe reflected in a mirror: June 1949. Page 5.

Marilyn Monroe - Promotion for River Of No Return
Marilyn Monroe as a dance hall girl, in a promo portrait for the film River of No Return. Page 6.

GI Marilyn Monroe in Korea
Marilyn Monroe entertaining US troops in Korea, 1954. Page 8.

Marilyn Monroe and Jack Benny
Photograph of Marilyn Monroe and Jack Benny, about 1954. Page 7.

Marilyn Monroe - About 1955
Marilyn Monroe in a signature pose, circa 1955. Page 14.

Marilyn Monroe with Joe DiMaggio
Marilyn Monroe and Joe DiMaggio, about 1955. Page 15.

Marilyn Monroe and Arthur Miller 1956
Marilyn Monroe and Arthur Miller in 1956, outside her home in California. Page 16.

Marilyn Monroe and Rock Hudson
Marilyn Monroe with Rock Hudson at the Golden Globe Awards, 1962. Page 18.

Marilyn Monroe Vault - Westwood Village Memorial Park and Mortuary - Los Angeles, California
Marilyn Monroe's memorial vault in California, by photographer Carol M. Highsmith. Page 20.

Marilyn Monroe at USO Camp Show 1954
Marilyn Monroe posing for the cameras after a USO show, 1954. Page 10.

Marilyn Monroe, USO Tour, Korea, 1954
Marilyn Monroe is shown on her Korean tour to entertain U.S. troops, 1954. Page 9.

Marilyn Monroe in Korea 1954
Marilyn Monroe entertained military units in Korea in 1954, touring with the USO. Page 11.

Marilyn Monroe in World War II
Marilyn Monroe is here shown working in a factory during Worl War II.

Marilyn Monroe Baby Picture
Find photos of Marilyn Monroe, film actress whose personal life was often tragic. Page 2.

Marilyn Monroe's First Marriage - Norma Jean Baker and James Dougherty
Marilyn Monroe with her first husband, 1942. Page 3.

Marilyn Monroe, Billy Wilder, a White Dress and a Subway Grate
Marilyn Monroe with Billy Wilder, as she stands on a subway grate in the iconic white halter dress. About 1955. Page 13.

Autographed Studio Portrait of Marilyn Monroe
An autographed studio portrait of Marilyn Monroe, from about 1955. Page 12.

Marilyn Monroe and Queen Elizabeth II
Queen Elizabeth II shakes hands with Marilyn Monroe in London, 1956. Page 17.

Marilyn Monroe Funeral
Marilyn Monroe's coffin guarded by Pinkerton at her funeral, August 13, 1962. Page 19.

Marilyn Monroe Picture Gallery
Find photos of Marilyn Monroe, film actress whose personal life was often tragic.

Marilyn Monroe Picture Gallery
Find photos of Marilyn Monroe, film actress whose personal life was often tragic.

Woman's Place in War - Recruiting for the Women's Army Corps in World War II - Modelmaker
Poster used in World War II for recruiting women into the Women's Army Corps. This one was for modelmaker. Page 9.

Woman's Place in War - Recruiting for the Women's Army Corps in World War II - Cartographer
Poster used in World War II for recruiting women into the Women's Army Corps. This one was for cartographer. Page 8.

Woman's Place in War - Recruiting for the Women's Army Corps in World War II - Radio Repair
Poster used in World War II for recruiting women into the Women's Army Corps. This one was for radio repairing. Page 7.

Woman's Place in War - Recruiting for the Women's Army Corps in World War II - Photographer
Poster used in World War II for recruiting women into the Women's Army Corps. This one was for photographer. Page 11.

Woman's Place in War - Recruiting for the Women's Army Corps in World War II - Topographic Draftsman
Poster used in World War II for recruiting women into the Women's Army Corps. This one was for topographic draftsman. Page 10.

Woman's Place in War - Recruiting for the Women's Army Corps in World War II - Weather Observer
Poster used in World War II for recruiting women into the Women's Army Corps. This one was for weather observer. Page 12.

Woman's Place in War - Recruiting for the Women's Army Corps in World War II - Photo Lab Tech
Poster used in World War II for recruiting women into the Women's Army Corps. This one was for photographic laboratory technician. Page 6.

World War II - It's a Woman's War, Too - WAVES Recruitment
Poster to recruit WAVES (Navy) during World War II.

Nurse Recruitment: There Is a Place for Every Woman in This Nurse Crisis
Nurses were needed in the war effort at home and in the military. Page 3.

World War II Poster: The Touch of a Woman's Hand
The U.S. Army Nurse Corps used this poster as part of its World War II recruiting effort. Page 2.

Woman's Place in War - Recruiting for the Women's Army Corps in World War Ii - Chemical Laboratory Assistant
Poster used in World War II for recruiting women into the Women's Army Corps. This one was for chemical laboratory assistant. Page 5.

Woman's Place in War - Recruiting for the Women's Army Corps in World War Ii - 239 Jobs
Poster used in World War II for recruiting women into the Women's Army Corps. This one emphasized the many jobs available. Page 4.

World War II Women in the Military - Posters
Posters used to recruit women into military work during World War II.

Get a War Job - World War II Posters
In World War II, posters promoted the idea that victory begins at home, with sacrifices, effort, and preserving certain goods for the war. This poster advocates war work as a way of dealing with longing for an absent, loved soldier or sailor. Page 12.

World War II Posters - Home Defense Day - Long Island Women
In World War II, posters promoted the idea that victory begins at home, with sacrifices, effort, and preserving certain goods for the war. This post advertises Home Defense Day, May 3rd, to Long Island women. Page 9.

Recruiting Nurses - World War II Posters
In World War II, posters promoted the idea that victory begins at home, with sacrifices, effort, and preserving certain goods for the war. This poster recruited nurses for homefront and military service. Page 15.

Partners on the Homefront - World War II Posters
In World War II, posters promoted the idea that victory begins at home, with sacrifices, effort, and preserving certain goods for the war. This poster urges all men, women, and children to contribute to the war effort at home. Page 13.

Rosie the Riveter Poster - World War II Posters
Rosie the Riveter was the name given the iconic image of a woman working in industrial work during World War II. In World War II, posters promoted the idea that victory begins at home, with sacrifices, effort, and preserving certain goods for the war. Page 10.

World War II Posters - Sew for Victory
In World War II, posters promoted the idea that victory begins at home, with sacrifices, effort, and preserving certain goods for the war. Here are some of the posters of World War II promoting the home front effort to support victory abroad. Page 7.

World War II Posters - They Need Food
In World War II, posters promoted the idea that victory begins at home, with sacrifices, effort, and preserving certain goods for the war. Here are some of the posters of World War II promoting the home front effort to support victory abroad. Page 6.

Victory Waits On YOUR Fingers - World War II Posters
In World War II, posters promoted the idea that victory begins at home, with sacrifices, effort, and preserving certain goods for the war. This poster recruited typists to support the war effort. Page 11.

War Bonds - World War II Posters
In World War II, posters promoted the idea that victory begins at home, with sacrifices, effort, and preserving certain goods for the war. Here, a poster about war bonds is visible on the sales booth. Page 14.

World War II Posters - Our Homes Are In Danger
In World War II, posters promoted the idea that victory begins at home, with sacrifices, effort, and preserving certain goods for the war. Here are some of the posters of World War II promoting the home front effort to support victory abroad.

World War II Posters - Carry Your Own
In World War II, posters promoted the idea that victory begins at home, with sacrifices, effort, and preserving certain goods for the war. Here are some of the posters of World War II promoting the home front effort to support victory abroad. Page 3.

World War II Posters - Lots to Eat
In World War II, posters promoted the idea that victory begins at home, with sacrifices, effort, and preserving certain goods for the war. Here are some of the posters of World War II promoting the home front effort to support victory abroad. Page 5.

World War Ii Poster: Use It up - Wear It Out - Make It Do!
In World War II, posters promoted the idea that victory begins at home, with sacrifices, effort, and preserving certain goods for the war. Here are some of the posters of World War II promoting the home front effort to support victory abroad. Page 8.

World War II Posters - Make Yours a Victory Home
In World War II, posters promoted the idea that victory begins at home, with sacrifices, effort, and preserving certain goods for the war. Here are some of the posters of World War II promoting the home front effort to support victory abroad. Page 2.

World War II Posters - Plant a Victory Garden
In World War II, posters promoted the idea that victory begins at home, with sacrifices, effort, and preserving certain goods for the war. Here are some of the posters of World War II promoting the home front effort to support victory abroad. Page 4.

Victory Begins at Home - World War II Posters
In World War II, posters promoted the idea that victory begins at home, with sacrifices, effort, and preserving certain goods for the war. Here are some of the posters of World War II promoting the home front effort to support victory abroad.

Victory Begins at Home - World War II Posters
In World War II, posters promoted the idea that victory begins at home, with sacrifices, effort, and preserving certain goods for the war. Here are some of the posters of World War II promoting the home front effort to support victory abroad.

Charlotte Corday at the Conciergerie
Image of Charlotte Corday in prison. Page 7.

Charlotte Corday Engraving - 1904
Picture of Charlotte Corday from 1904 publication, Juniper Hall. Page 6.

Charlotte Corday Painting by Baudry
Charlotte Corday, oil on canvas, by Paul-Jacques-Aimé Baudry. Page 2.

Charlotte Corday Portrait by Delpech
Charlotte Corday lithograph by François Séraphin Delpech

Charlotte Corday Picture
Picture of French Revolution heroine and assassin, Charlotte Corday. Page 4.

Charlotte Corday Picture Gallery - French Revolution Figure
Picture gallery of images of French Revolution figure Charlotte Corday

Charlotte Corday by Hauer
Portrait of Charlotte Corday in the collection of Musée de l'Histoire de France, Château de Versailles. Page 5.

Charlotte Corday
An engraving depicting Charlotte Corday. Page 3.

Skull of Charlotte Corday
The skull of Charlotte Corday, killer of Marat, was exhibited at the Geographical Society, Paris. Page 8.

Portrait of Germaine Necker, Madame de Stael
Oil on canvas portrait of Madame de Stael (1766 - 1817), painting by Francois Gerard (1770 - 1837). Page 2.

Madame de Stael at Her Desk
An engraving of Germaine Necker, Madame de Stael, from Le Plutarque Francais, by Mennechet, edition 1844-1847. Page 3.

Madame de Stael Portrait
Picture of Madame de Stael, Germaine Necker, feminist and salon hostess. Based on the popular Gerard painting. Page 4.

Women and Art - Picture Galleries
Galleries of pictures depicting women artists and their work, and depicting images of women in art.

Mary Cassatt - Mother's Kiss - Color Drypoint and Aquatint - 1891
Print by Mary Cassatt of a mother kissing her baby, from 1891. Page 7.

Mary Cassatt - The Manicure - Color Drypoint, ca 1904
A print of a Mary Cassatt drypoint with color, The Manicure, depicting a mother with child on her lap as she manicures the child's fingernails. Page 20.

Mary Cassatt - Under the Horse Chestnut Tree - Color Drypoint and Aquatint - ca 1898
Mary Cassatt with an image of a mother and child, in Under the Horse Chestnut Tree, about 1898. Page 17.

Mary Cassatt - The Banjo Lesson - 1894
A print by Mary Cassatt, Impressionist artist, depicting a woman, child, and banjo. Page 14.

Mary Cassatt - Young Girl Fixing Her Hair - Drypoint, 1889
A print of Mary Cassatt's image of a Young Girl Fixing Her Hair, signed in pencil. Page 5.

Mary Cassatt - The Bath - 1891
A print by Mary Cassatt, Impressionist artist, depicting a woman giving a child a bath. Page 9.

Mary Cassatt Self Portrait - 1878
Artist Mary Cassatt in a self-portrait, 1878.

Mary Cassatt - Woman Bathing - Colored Drypoint and Aquatint - 1891
A print of Mary Cassatt's drypoint, Woman Bathing, from 1891. Also known as La Toilette. Page 10.

Mary Cassatt - The Fitting - Drypoint, 1891
An image called The Fitting by artist Mary Cassatt, published in 1891. Page 12.

Mary Cassatt - Gathering Fruit - ca 1895
Mary Cassatt's image of Gathering Fruit, depicting two women and a girl in an orchard gathering fruit, dates from about 1895. Page 15.

Mary Cassatt - Gathering Fruit - ca 1895
Mary Cassatt's image of Gathering Fruit, depicting two women and a girl in an orchard gathering fruit, dates from about 1895. Page 16.

Mary Cassatt - In the Omnibus - 1891 - Print
A print of Mary Cassatt's In the Omnibus, first published 1891. Page 11.

Mary Cassatt - Jeannette Leaning Against Her Mother - ca 1901
A print of a drypoint by Mary Cassatt, depicting a young girl leaning on her seated mother. Page 19.

Mary Cassatt - The Map - Drypoint, 1890
A drypoint from 1890 by Mary Cassatt, depicting two girls looking at a map. Page 6.

Mary Cassatt - Mother Marie Dressing Her Baby After Its Bath - Drypoint, ca 1891
A print of Mary Cassatt's Mother Marie Dressing Her Baby After Its Bath, about 1891, signed in pencil by the author. Page 8.

Mary Cassatt - Nurse and Baby Bill Number 2 - Etching and Aquatint, about 1899
A print of a Mary Cassatt etching and aquatint, from about 1899, titled Nurse and Baby Bill Number 2. Page 18.

Mary Cassatt - Nursing - Drypoint ca 1891
A print of a drypoint by Mary Cassatt, depicting a nursing mother with her child, from about 1891. Page 13.

Mary Cassatt - On the Bench - Etching, ca 1889
A print of a Mary Cassatt etching, called On the Bench, of a seated woman holding a baby. Page 4.

Mary Cassatt - Catherine Cassatt - Drypoint
A portrait of Catherine Cassatt by Mary Cassatt, which the artist noted was her first drypoint. Page 2.

Mary Cassatt - Ellen Holding a Cat Looking Left - ca 1887
An image by Mary Cassatt, depicting Ellen holding a cat, looking left. Page 3.

Mary Cassatt Picture Gallery
A gallery of pictures of works by Mary Cassatt, woman artist and part of the Impressionist school.

Mary Cassatt Picture Gallery
A gallery of pictures of works by Mary Cassatt, woman artist and part of the Impressionist school.

Deir el-Bahri - Mortuary Temples of Mentuhotep and Hatshepsut
A photograph of the complex of sites at Deir el-Bahri, including Hatshepsut's temple, Djeser-Djeseru, and temple of 11th century pharaoh, Mentuhotep. Page 2.

Hatshepsut's Temple, Deir el-Bahri, Upper Level
Row of statues of Hatshepsut as Osiris, upper level, Djeser-Djeseru, Hatshepsut's Temple at Deir el-Bahri. Page 10.

Temple of Hatshepsut - Djeser-Djeseru - Upper Level
The upper level of Hatshepsut's Temple, Djeser-Djeseru, Deir el-Bahri, Egypt. Page 9.

Djeser-Djeseru, Hatshepsut's Temple at Deir el-Bahri
A photograph of Hatshepsut's temple, Djeser-Djeseru, built by the female Pharaoh Hatshepsut, at Deir el-Bahri. Page 3.

Menuhotep's Temple - 11th Dynasty - Deir el-Bahri
Temple of 11th dynasty pharaoh, Menuhotep, at Deir el-Bahri - Hatshepsut's temple, located next to it, was modeled after its tiered design. Page 4.

Colossus of Hatshepsut, Female Pharaoh
Colossus of Hatshepsut, the 18th dynasty ruler of Egypt who was a woman who took on the power of the Pharaoh and appeared as a male in images, before being erased from history by her successor, Thutmose III. Page 6.

Goddess Hathor from Hatshepsut's temple
A statue of the Egyptian goddess Hathor, a cow goddess, Page 8.

Pharaoh Hatshepsut Depicted as the God Osiris
Images of Hatshepsut, the 18th dynasty ruler of Egypt who was a woman who took on the power of the Pharaoh and appeared as a male in images, before being erased from history by her successor, Thutmose III. Here she is depicted as the god Osiris at her Temple in Deir el-Bahri. Page 12.

Hatshepsut - Statue at the Temple of Hatshepsut
Image of Hatshepsut, the 18th dynasty ruler of Egypt who was a woman who took on the power of the Pharaoh and appeared as a male in images, before being erased from history by her successor, Thutmose III. Page 5.

Hatshepsut as Osiris - Female Pharaoh of Egypt
Images of Hatshepsut, the 18th dynasty ruler of Egypt who was a woman who took on the power of the Pharaoh and appeared as a male in images, before being erased from history by her successor, Thutmose III. Page 11.

Hatshepsut's Temple at Deir el-Bahri
Image of Hatshepsut's Temple. Hatshepsut was an 18th dynasty ruler of Egypt, a woman who took on the power of the Pharaoh and appeared as a male in images, before being erased from history by her successor, Thutmose III.

Obelisk of Hatshepsut (Detail)
Obelisk of Hatshepsut, the 18th dynasty ruler of Egypt who was a woman who took on the power of the Pharaoh and appeared as a male in images, before being erased from history by her successor, Thutmose III. Page 14.

Obelisk of Hatshepsut
Obelisk of Hatshepsut, the 18th dynasty ruler of Egypt who was a woman who took on the power of the Pharaoh and appeared as a male in images, before being erased from history by her successor, Thutmose III. Page 13.

Pharaoh Hatshepsut and Egyptian God Horus
Images of Hatshepsut, the 18th dynasty ruler of Egypt who was a woman who took on the power of the Pharaoh and appeared as a male in images, before being erased from history by her successor, Thutmose III. Page 7.

Thutmose III - Pharaoh of Egypt - Statue from Temple at Karnak
Statue of Thutmose III, the 18th dynasty ruler of Egypt who was known as the Napoleon of Egypt. Page 15.

Hatshepsut - Female Pharaoh of Egypt
Images of Hatshepsut, the 18th dynasty ruler of Egypt who was a woman who took on the power of the Pharaoh and appeared as a male in images, before being erased from history by her successor, Thutmose III.

Hatshepsut - Female Pharaoh of Egypt
Images of Hatshepsut, the 18th dynasty ruler of Egypt who was a woman who took on the power of the Pharaoh and appeared as a male in images, before being erased from history by her successor, Thutmose III.

Girls' Clothing in the Time of Henry the First, Matilda of Scotland and Adela of Louvain
An image of medieval girls' dress from the time of Henry the First, Matilda of Scotland and Adela of Louvain, from a 1906 classic on costume. Part of a collection of women's history images from Jone Johnson Lewis. Page 4.

Norman Woman's Costume - Women's Clothing in the Time of William the Conqueror and Matilda of Flanders
An image of medieval women's dress from the time of William the Conqueror and Matilda of Flanders, from a 1906 classic on costume. Part of a collection of women's history images from Jone Johnson Lewis.

Norman Women's Costume - Women's Clothing in the Time of William the Second
An image of medieval women's dress from the time of William the Second, from a 1906 classic on costume. Part of a collection of women's history images from Jone Johnson Lewis. Page 2.

English Woman's Costume - Women's Clothing in the Time of Henry the First, Matilda of Scotland and Adela of Louvain
An image of medieval women's dress from the time of Henry the First, Matilda of Scotland and Adela of Louvain, from a 1906 classic on costume. Part of a collection of women's history images from Jone Johnson Lewis. Page 3.

Medieval Fashion in the Time of Matilda and Stephen
An image of medieval women's dress from the time of Matilda and Stephen, from a 1906 classic on costume. Page 5.

Medieval English Woman's Costume - Women's Clothing in the Time of Henry the Second and Eleanor of Aquitaine
An image of medieval women's dress from the time of Henry the Second and Eleanor of Aquitaine, from a 1906 classic on costume. Part of a collection of women's history images from Jone Johnson Lewis. Page 6.

Medieval English Women's Fashion - Women's Fashion in the Time of Richard I and Berengaria of Navarre
An image of medieval women's dress from the time of Richard I and Berengaria of Navarre, from a 1906 classic on costume. Part of a collection of women's history images from Jone Johnson Lewis. Page 7.

Medieval English Women's Fashion - Women's Clothing in the Time of John, Hadwisa of Gloucester, and Isabella of Angouleme
An image of medieval women's dress from the time of John, Hadwisa of Gloucester and Isabella of Angouleme, from a 1906 classic on costume. Part of a collection of women's history images from Jone Johnson Lewis. Page 8.

Medieval English Woman's Costume - Women's Clothing in the Time of Henry III and Eleanor of Provence
An image of medieval women's dress from the time of Henry III and Eleanor of Provence, from a 1906 classic on costume. Part of a collection of women's history images from Jone Johnson Lewis. Page 9.

Medieval English Costumes - Early English Fashion Picture Gallery
A gallery of costume from early English history, showing medieval women's fashions.

Civil War and Women in Pictures
Pictures of Civil War era women's history.

Civil War and Women in Pictures
Pictures of Civil War era women's history.

Women's Civil War Costumes - Reenactment at First Manassas - Battle of Bull Run - August 2001
Women in Civil War era dresses, at a Civil War reenactment of the Battle of Bull Run, also called First Manassas, August 3-5, 2001. Page 28.

Women's Civil War Costumes - Reenactment at First Manassas - Battle of Bull Run - August 2001
Women in Civil War era dresses, at a Civil War reenactment of the Battle of Bull Run, also called First Manassas, August 3-5, 2001. Page 27.

Women's Civil War Costumes - Reenactment at First Manassas - Battle of Bull Run - August 2001
Women in Civil War era dresses, at a Civil War reenactment of the Battle of Bull Run, also called First Manassas, August 3-5, 2001. Dress, hat, and belt. Page 36.

Women's Civil War Costumes - Dress with Ruffles - Reenactment at First Manassas - Battle of Bull Run - August 2001
Women in Civil War era dresses, at a Civil War reenactment of the Battle of Bull Run, also called First Manassas, August 3-5, 2001. Dress with Ruffles. Page 34.

Women's Civil War Costumes - Reenactment at First Manassas - Battle of Bull Run - August 2001
Women in Civil War era dresses, at a Civil War reenactment of the Battle of Bull Run, also called First Manassas, August 3-5, 2001. Purple dress. Page 33.

Women's Civil War Costumes - Reenactment at First Manassas - Battle of Bull Run - August 2001
Women in Civil War era dresses, at a Civil War reenactment of the Battle of Bull Run, also called First Manassas, August 3-5, 2001. Pink and brown dresses. Page 29.

Women's Civil War Costumes - Reenactment at First Manassas - Battle of Bull Run - August 2001
Women in Civil War era dresses, at a Civil War reenactment of the Battle of Bull Run, also called First Manassas, August 3-5, 2001. Woman in skirt, blouse, and hat. Page 24.

Women's Civil War Costumes - Hoop Skirts - Reenactment at First Manassas - Battle of Bull Run - August 2001
Women in Civil War era dresses, at a Civil War reenactment of the Battle of Bull Run, also called First Manassas, August 3-5, 2001. Two women in hoop skirts. Page 32.

Women's Civil War Costumes - Reenactment at First Manassas - Battle of Bull Run - August 2001
Women in Civil War era dresses, at a Civil War reenactment of the Battle of Bull Run, also called First Manassas, August 3-5, 2001. Woman in brown dress, hat, and fan. Page 31.

Women's and Children's Civil War Costumes - Reenactment at First Manassas - Battle of Bull Run - August 2001
Women in Civil War era dresses, at a Civil War reenactment of the Battle of Bull Run, also called First Manassas, August 3-5, 2001. Woman reenactor with two costumed children. Page 35.

Women's Civil War Costumes - Reenactment at First Manassas - Battle of Bull Run - August 2001
Women in Civil War era dresses, at a Civil War reenactment of the Battle of Bull Run, also called First Manassas, August 3-5, 2001. Blue dress. Page 23.

Women's Civil War Costumes - Reenactment at First Manassas - Battle of Bull Run - August 2001
Women in Civil War era dresses, at a Civil War reenactment of the Battle of Bull Run, also called First Manassas, August 3-5, 2001. Dark green and black dress. Page 20.

Women's Civil War Costumes - Sutler's Row - Reenactment at First Manassas - Battle of Bull Run - August 2001
Women in Civil War era dresses, at a Civil War reenactment of the Battle of Bull Run, also called First Manassas, August 3-5, 2001. Lace parasols and dresses on sutler's row. Page 15.

Women's Civil War Costumes - Reenactment at First Manassas - Battle of Bull Run - August 2001
Women in Civil War era dresses, at a Civil War reenactment of the Battle of Bull Run, also called First Manassas, August 3-5, 2001. Page 19.

Women's Civil War Costumes - Reenactment at First Manassas - Battle of Bull Run - August 2001
Women in Civil War era dresses, at a Civil War reenactment of the Battle of Bull Run, also called First Manassas, August 3-5, 2001. Gray and white costume. Page 21.

Women's Civil War Costumes - Reenactment at First Manassas - Battle of Bull Run - August 2001
Women in Civil War era dresses, at a Civil War reenactment of the Battle of Bull Run, also called First Manassas, August 3-5, 2001. Page 25.

Lace Parasol - Women's Civil War Costumes - Reenactment at First Manassas - Battle of Bull Run - August 2001
Women in Civil War era dresses, at a Civil War reenactment of the Battle of Bull Run, also called First Manassas, August 3-5, 2001. Lace Parasol. Page 16.

Women's Civil War Costumes - Reenactment at First Manassas - Battle of Bull Run - August 2001
Women in Civil War era dresses, at a Civil War reenactment of the Battle of Bull Run, also called First Manassas, August 3-5, 2001. Pink and cream dresses. Page 18.

Women's Civil War Costumes - Reenactment at First Manassas - Battle of Bull Run - August 2001
Women in Civil War era dresses, at a Civil War reenactment of the Battle of Bull Run, also called First Manassas, August 3-5, 2001. Tan Dress. Page 17.

Women's Civil War Costumes - Reenactment at First Manassas - Battle of Bull Run - August 2001
Women in Civil War era dresses, at a Civil War reenactment of the Battle of Bull Run, also called First Manassas, August 3-5, 2001. Pink dress, black and red dress. Page 22.

Women's Civil War Costumes - Reenactment at First Manassas - Battle of Bull Run - August 2001
Women in Civil War era dresses, at a Civil War reenactment of the Battle of Bull Run, also called First Manassas, August 3-5, 2001. Woman with fan. Page 30.

Women's Civil War Costumes - Reenactment at First Manassas - Battle of Bull Run - August 2001
Women in Civil War era dresses, at a Civil War reenactment of the Battle of Bull Run, also called First Manassas, August 3-5, 2001. Detail of woman with parasol, male reenactor. Page 14.

Women's Civil War Costumes - Reenactment at First Manassas - Battle of Bull Run - August 2001
Women in Civil War era dresses, at a Civil War reenactment of the Battle of Bull Run, also called First Manassas, August 3-5, 2001. Page 26.

Women's Civil War Costumes - Reenactment at First Manassas - Battle of Bull Run - August 2001
Women in Civil War era dresses, at a Civil War reenactment of the Battle of Bull Run, also called First Manassas, August 3-5, 2001. Blue and black grand dress. Page 7.

Women's Civil War Costumes - Child's Dress - Reenactment at First Manassas - Battle of Bull Run - August 2001
Women in Civil War era dresses, at a Civil War reenactment of the Battle of Bull Run, also called First Manassas, August 3-5, 2001. Child's dress. Page 9.

Women's Civil War Costumes - Reenactment at First Manassas - Battle of Bull Run - August 2001
Women in Civil War era dresses, at a Civil War reenactment of the Battle of Bull Run, also called First Manassas, August 3-5, 2001. Dress in pinks and cream. Page 8.

Women's Civil War Costumes - Hoop Petticoats - Reenactment at First Manassas - Battle of Bull Run - August 2001
Women in Civil War era dresses, at a Civil War reenactment of the Battle of Bull Run, also called First Manassas, August 3-5, 2001. Hoop petticoats and dress. Page 11.

Women's Civil War Costumes - Reenactment at First Manassas - Battle of Bull Run - August 2001
Women in Civil War era dresses, at a Civil War reenactment of the Battle of Bull Run, also called First Manassas, August 3-5, 2001. Simple blouse, skirt, and apron. Page 5.

Women's Civil War Costumes - Reenactment at First Manassas - Battle of Bull Run - August 2001
Women in Civil War era dresses, at a Civil War reenactment of the Battle of Bull Run, also called First Manassas, August 3-5, 2001. Two adult dresses and a child's dress. Page 6.

Women's Civil War Costumes - Reenactment at First Manassas - Battle of Bull Run - August 2001
Women in Civil War era dresses, at a Civil War reenactment of the Battle of Bull Run, also called First Manassas, August 3-5, 2001. Detail of woman in Civil War era costume, amidst 21st century spectators. Page 3.

Women's Civil War Costumes - Reenactment at First Manassas - Battle of Bull Run - August 2001
Women in Civil War era dresses, at a Civil War reenactment of the Battle of Bull Run, also called First Manassas, August 3-5, 2001. Black with light colors. Page 4.

Women's Civil War Costumes - Reenactment at First Manassas - Battle of Bull Run - August 2001
Women in Civil War era dresses, at a Civil War reenactment of the Battle of Bull Run, also called First Manassas, August 3-5, 2001. Dress from Lady in Black. Page 10.

Women's Civil War Costumes - Reenactment at First Manassas - Battle of Bull Run - August 2001
Women in Civil War era dresses, at a Civil War reenactment of the Battle of Bull Run, also called First Manassas, August 3-5, 2001.

Women's Civil War Costumes - Reenactment at First Manassas - Battle of Bull Run - August 2001
Women in Civil War era dresses, at a Civil War reenactment of the Battle of Bull Run, also called First Manassas, August 3-5, 2001.

Women's Civil War Costumes - Reenactment at First Manassas - Battle of Bull Run - August 2001
Women in Civil War era dresses, at a Civil War reenactment of the Battle of Bull Run, also called First Manassas, August 3-5, 2001. Woman in Civil War era costume, amidst 21st century spectators.August 3, 2001. Page 2.

Women's Civil War Costumes - Reenactment at First Manassas - Battle of Bull Run - August 2001
Women in Civil War era dresses, at a Civil War reenactment of the Battle of Bull Run, also called First Manassas, August 3-5, 2001. Women in Civil War era dresses, with modern-dress friend.August 3, 2001.

Women's Civil War Costumes - Reenactment at First Manassas - Battle of Bull Run - August 2001
Women in Civil War era dresses, at a Civil War reenactment of the Battle of Bull Run, also called First Manassas, August 3-5, 2001.

Women's Civil War Costumes - Reenactment at First Manassas - Battle of Bull Run - August 2001
Women in Civil War era dresses, at a Civil War reenactment of the Battle of Bull Run, also called First Manassas, August 3-5, 2001. Quilts and Dress with Pinafore Apron. Page 12.

Women's Civil War Costumes - Reenactment at First Manassas - Battle of Bull Run - August 2001
Women in Civil War era dresses, at a Civil War reenactment of the Battle of Bull Run, also called First Manassas, August 3-5, 2001. Woman with parasol, male reenactors. Page 13.

Women's Fashions of the 17th Century - Hollar Engravings
In the mid-17th century, Wenceslaus Hollar published this series of engravings depicting the costume of women in England. These images record a contemporary view of the costume of women, a subject which fascinated the artist.

Women's Fashions of the 17th Century - Hollar Engravings
In the mid-17th century, Wenceslaus Hollar published this series of engravings depicting the costume of women in England. These images record a contemporary view of the costume of women, a subject which fascinated the artist.

Women's Fashions of the 17th Century - Hollar Engravings
In the mid-17th century, Wenceslaus Hollar published this series of engravings depicting the costume of women in England. These images record a contemporary view of the costume of women, a subject which fascinated the artist.

Alice Paul and National Woman's Party Celebrate Victory
Alice Paul and women from the National Woman's Party celebrate the Tennessee ratification of the 19th Amendment giving women the vote. Page 7.