Thursday, September 22, 2005

Women Working

From Harvard University's Open Collections Program comes Women Working, 1800-1930. It is a huge storehouse - 3,500 books, trade and consumer magazines, vocation pamphlets, photographs and lots more - all digitized in an annoying framed interface. 2 hours in there! But where else could one learn about the anarchist woman of yesteryear or how to raise chickens? Really.

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