This week marks the 100th anniversary of the introduction of the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA), also known as the Lucretia Mott Amendment, to the U.S. Congress on December 10, 1923. Find materials throughout the Library of Congress on the history of this unratified, but impactful, constitutional amendment.
In celebration of Native American Heritage Month, a Library of Congress “Native American Arts” display highlights select Indigenous artists documented in Indian Arts and Crafts Board materials in the Manuscript Division’s Vincent Price Papers.
The Manuscript Division welcomes its second National Woman’s Party research fellow this fall and announces the opening of the application period for the third year of the National Woman’s Party Fellowship.
Letters exchanged between two great women of medicine, Elizabeth Blackwell and Florence Nightingale, demonstrate differing perspectives on women’s roles in the medical profession in the nineteenth century.