Women college students
This collection is comprised of documents that detail the formation of the Committee for the Education of Women (CEW).
The Linda Kahn Papers document Kahn’s student activism at Washington University during the late 1960s. Materials include issues of Student Life, newspaper clippings, and anti-Vietnam War leaflets issued by the Washington University student group, Canvas for Peace, as well as from her semester abroad in London.
This collection includes correspondence, conference material (biographical information on the speakers, planning material, and publicity), audio cassettes of the conferences, annual reports, and newsletters relating to the Mr. and Mrs. Spencer T. Olin Fellowship for Women in Graduate Study at Washington University.
The collection includes scrapbooks chronicling the history of the Women’s Resource Center from 1973 – 2002, Women’s Resource Center group journals with both personal and business notes, Washington University newsletters and course listings, reel to reel, photograph and video recordings of events, independently-published publications, popular publications, and academic and government publications.
This collection includes publications created and distributed by the Women's Society of Washington University. The Women’s Society supports scholarships, university programs and lectures for the benefit of Washington University in St. Louis and the community.