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Women -- Social conditions -- Research

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Augustana College Valkyries records

Identifier: MSS 45
Abstract The Valkyries was an honorary athletics society that was created for women at Augustana College in 1928. It was organized by the Augustana Girls’ Athletics Association. Membership was limited to 24 girls who had earned 150 points in athletic competitions and were elected into the group. The Valkyries met to discuss problems in athletics and to promote enthusiasm in all women’s athletics. They also organized social functions for the group as well as the entire student body. The Augustana...
Dates: 1928-1936

Nancy Huse papers

Identifier: MSS 383
Abstract Nancy Huse was an Augustana College professor and co-founder of the college’s Women’s and Gender Studies program. The Nancy Huse papers, 1974-2006 and undated, primarily relate to Huse's role in promoting women's rights at Augustana College. Papers include foundational documents for Augustana College's Committee on the Status of Women, materials Huse accumulated in support of her classes, and winning essays of the Mary Wollstonecraft Writing Award for excellence in women's and gender studies...
Dates: 1974-2006 and undated