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    Yearbooks as Remnants of 1920s Gendered Education Date s January 1 1926 Location Tag s Greenville SC Furman Student Gender GWC Yearbook One of the main resources for information related to the history of Furman University and Greenville Woman s College and its student body are the yearbooks There are no surviving yearbooks of the periods of their founding 1851 1854 but catalogs of the 1920s are still mainly intact

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    Mary Margaret Walker a Greenville Woman s College student in South Carolina collected many documents during her college years and collected them in her scrapbook Her memory book not only included ticket stubs but also contains photographs of her and her friends engaging in activities Walker s scrapbook as noted by historian Judith Bainbridge speaks volumes about the college life of a pretty Yearbooks as Remnants of 1920s Gendered Education Date s January 1 1926 Location Tag s Greenville SC Furman Student Gender GWC Yearbook One of the main resources for information related to the history of Furman University and Greenville Woman s College and its student body are the yearbooks There are no surviving yearbooks of the periods of their founding 1851 1854 but catalogs of the 1920s are still mainly intact These almanacs grant a peek into the lives of students highlight extracurricular activities and illustrate All Aboard A Greenville Woman s College Student on Her Way to Maine Date s August 4 1919 Location Tag s Student Greenville Womans College Public Transport Leisure Scrapbook Student Life Students at Greenville Woman s College often documented their social life in a scrapbook While many of these books did not

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    of photographs of Places of Interest were not limited to places on campus 1883 Greenville Female College Catalogue and the juxtaposition of Women s Roles within American Society during Reconstruction Date s January 1 1883 to December 31 1884 Location 300 college st greenville Tag s Female Student Greenville Gender Progressive Era Greenville Female College Student The Catalogue of the Greenville Female College of 1883 1884 shows both the exceptional opportunities as well as the limitations of its students in their education and career The courses taught at the college ranged from Music German to Physics and Mathematics In that sense the college provided women with an education that was similar to that of their masculine counterparts However the University Nature as the Antithesis to College Life Date s January 1 1919 to December 31 1923 Location Greenville Womans College Tag s Student Life Scrapbook Greenville SC Greenville Womans College Student Nature Mary Margaret Walker a Greenville Woman s College student in South Carolina collected many documents during her college years and collected them in her scrapbook Her memory book not only included ticket stubs but also contains photographs of her and her friends engaging in activities Walker s scrapbook as noted by historian Judith Bainbridge speaks volumes about the college life of a pretty All Aboard A Greenville Woman s College Student on Her Way to Maine Date s August 4 1919 Location Summit Springs Hotel South Poland Main Greenville Womans College Tag s Student Greenville Womans College Public Transport Leisure Scrapbook Student Life Students at Greenville Woman s College often documented their social life in a scrapbook While many of these books did not stand the test of time or were kept private by future generations some ended up in the archives of Furman University One of these

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    s Female Student Greenville Gender Progressive Era Greenville Female College Student The Catalogue of the Greenville Female College of 1883 1884 shows both the exceptional opportunities as well as the limitations of its students in their education and career The courses taught at the college ranged from Music German to Physics and Mathematics In that sense the college provided women with an education that was similar to that of their masculine counterparts However the University Scrapbook of Zillie Workman Culbertson 1908 and the Increased Visibility of American Women in the Early 1900s Date s January 1 1904 to December 31 1908 Location 300 college st greenville Tag s Mobility Gender Progressive Era Scrapbook Greenville Female College Greenville Student A scrapbook from Zillie Workman Culbertson of 1908 showed the changing role of the students at the Greenville Female College between 1904 until 1908 In her scrapbook Culbertson collected articles on the commencement ceremonies of each year photographs of her places of interest and newspaper articles Her collection of photographs of Places of Interest were not limited to places on campus Crazy Kids Create Crazy Connie s Augustana College Pranks and Masculinity Date s November 1951 to 1951 Location Rock Island Illinois Tag s Gender Education One morning in 1951 students at Augustana College in Rock Island were met with an unusual site a set of stairs off 7th avenue that led up to the iconic academic building Old Main had a sign stretching across the top of it reading Crazy Connie s Used Cars Accompanying the sign on the grassy lawn were several cars all with for sale signs At least twelve male students at Augustana took it Women Workers at the Glenn L Martin Plant during World War II Date s February 1942 to 1942 Location Baltimore Maryland Tag s World War II Gender Homefront On the outset of World War II the demand for production in industries rose With many men overseas in the military women were called on the help the war effort by taking on nontraditional roles including industrial jobs This was especially the case at the Glenn L Martin Plant in Middle River Maryland The Glenn L Martin Plant built many of the bomber planes used by American and British forces Gender in the 1970s Women s Fashions Date s 1971 to 1979 Location Orange Florida Tag s The 1970s Gender fashion women s rights With fine fabrics and linens that were soft and sunswept Leedy s on Park Avenue had clothes for discriminating girls of all ages 1 This advertisement reflects the changes in women s fashion in the 1970s After the 1960s known as a decade of peaceful nonviolent reform movements the 1970s brought changes in gender roles Many women demanded equal rights and advocated for careers Abortion in the 1970s Date s May 8 1970 Location Orange Florida Tag s Gender 1970s abortion During the 1970s abortion became a hot topic that was either avoided in conversation or would lead to a heated

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    Chronology Yearbooks as Remnants of 1920s Gendered Education Date s January 1 1926 Location Furman University Greenville Womans College Tag s Greenville SC Furman Student Gender GWC Yearbook One of the main resources for information related to the history of Furman University and Greenville Woman s College and its student body are the yearbooks There are no surviving yearbooks of the periods of their founding 1851 1854 but catalogs of

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    College as an undergraduate from 1919 to 1923 and participated in many extracurricular events Her personal collection is illustrative of how she spent her time at Greenville Woman s College Walker s scrapbook is filled with tickets to events amongst them one to the Camp Kennebec Annual Charity Show of 1919 This record stands out because it is valid for an event that did not take place in the nearby area but instead in a hotel located over one thousand miles away in order to see the show Walker had to travel to South Poland Maine The pathway between Greenville and South Poland was long and dominant ideas about the vulnerability of women in the 1920s often prevented them from undertaking such a dangerous journey Supervision was a pre requisite for almost every occasion at one time a student was expelled for going out from the college in company of a young man more than once Along with the ticket and program for the show which included short plays and a dance was a ticket stub for the train which guaranteed first class passage to Maine Due to persistent ideas about the safety of women it is reasonable to believe that Walker was accompanied by other students who would attend the event with her At the time cars were gradually becoming part of daily life but were not yet a basic need instead the train and the omnibus were the dominant models of transportation This did not mean however that these forms of transportation were recommendable Regarded as uncomfortable inconvenient and expensive they were an uneasy way to travel for daily commuter and other forms of travel such as the horsecar were more popular Going to the Charity Show was one of the planned and more elaborate entertainments often cultural

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    s rights Agriculture The year 1919 marked the United States s first year out of war since 1914 World War I had been won with the help of an ambitious and aggressive campaign on the home front to overcome wartime shortages through collective action namely widespread reducing re using and home producing such as home grown produce and canned goods The nation had looked to its women to take a leading role in Occupy Winter Park The Negro Influence Date s December 1 1881 to December 1 1906 Location ORANGE Florida Tag s hannibalsquare WinterPark RollinsCollege Argueably nothing shaped Southern history more dramatically and quickly than the integration of African American citizens into the newly liberated lifestyle For the subsequent conflict and tug of war between politics racism and the constitution resulted in many structural changes in voting economics and progression towards a more industrialized future many of which to the detriment of negro American Women During World War I Date s November 22 1917 to November 11 1918 Location Hampshire Massachusetts Tag s Harvey W Wiley Women in World War I Wimen in Agriculture Harvey W Wiley former chief chemist in the United States Agriculture department stood in the auditorium of Massachusetts Agricultural College in May 1917 in Amherst Massachusetts His subject was The Great Fundamental Industry eating eating eating 1 According to Wiley in order to produce enough food to feed the country the farmer must pay the highest price for whatever Ada James sure showed them The ratification the 19th amendment in Wisconsin Date s November 1 1919 Location Milwaukee Wisconsin Tag s Wisconsin Voting Rights Ada James 19th amendment Women Politics Government Ratify rivalry Illinois Milwaukee Athletic Club Milwaukee Journal Ada James was a key figure in the women s suffrage movement in Wisconsin She and

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    Woman s College Student on Her Way to Maine Date s August 4 1919 Location Tag s Student Greenville Womans College Public Transport Leisure Scrapbook Student Life Students at Greenville Woman s College often documented their social life in a scrapbook While many of these books did not stand the test of time or were kept private by future generations some ended up in the archives of Furman University One

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