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A wide variety of images from the physical and digital collections of our partner agencies were used to create this web site. Additional information about them is available below.
“First woman jury, Los Angeles.” Photograph, published by Bain News Service,[November 1911].
Images Used on This Site page:
“Women workers employed as wipers in the roundhouse having lunch in their rest room, C. & N.W. R.R., Clinton, Iowa.” Photograph by Jack Delano, April 1943.
“Globe Cotton Mill, Augusta, Ga. Woman was "with child." According to reports, these women work until the day of childbirth. Location: Augusta, Georgia.” Photography by Lewis Wickes Hine, January 1909.
Exhibits and Collections page:
“The first picket line - College day in the picket line.” Photograph, February 1917.
“Sewing stars on suffrage flag.” Photograph, .
Audio and Video page:
“Migrant agricultural worker's family. Seven hungry children. Mother aged thirty-two. Father is a native Californian. Destitute in pea picker's camp, Nipomo, California, because of the failure of the early pea crop. These people had just sold their tent in order to buy food. Of the twenty-five hundred people in this camp most of them were destitute.” Photograph by Dorothea Lange, February or March 1936.
For Teachers page:
“Part of the cowling for one of the motors for a B-25 bomber is assembled in the engine department of North American [Aviation, Inc.]'s Inglewood, Calif., plant.” Photograph by Alfred T. Palmer, October 1942.