c. 1803 Hannah Kinney’s Records of the Newark Female Charitable Society, 1803-1804.
1846 Martha Washington Salem Union No. 6., Daughters of Temperance, a portion of the charter of an early women’s temperance union, 1846.
1867 The Founding Convention of New Jersey Woman Suffrage Association. A newspaper account of the proceedings, 1867.
1887 Leonora M. Barry’s Report on Women’s Work in New Jersey. The Knights of Labor inspector of women’s work inspects Trenton, Newark, Bordentown, Lambertville and Paterson, 1887.
c. 1897 Jennie Tuttle Hobart (1849-1941), ca. 1897, when she was Second Lady of the nation during the first administration of William McKinley.
1903 Newark Female Charitable Society, 1903.
1912 Logo of the Women’s Political Union of New Jersey, 1912.
1913 “Some Things Accomplished at Whittier House” 19th annual Report of Whittier House.
1915 “Don’t Forget the Band Concert,” photo of suffrage campaign band, 1915.
1915 “Passing the Suffrage Torch,” photo of suffrage campaign event, 1915.
1915 Suffragist petitioning a New Jersey canal worker, photograph, 1915.
1915 Suffragist poll watcher during the 1915 New Jersey referendum.
1915 Whittier House Playground for children, 1915.
1915 Whittier House Kindergarten Class, 1915.
1920 New Jersey League of Women Voters, minutes of first meeting, 1920.
1926 Strikers’ Children’s Kitchen, Passaic, 1926. Photograph of children outside a relief kitchen during the Passaic woolen strike.
1927 Florence Spearing Randolph (1866-1951). The front page of the New Jersey State Federation News, the newspaper of the NJ State Federation of Colored Women’s Clubs, with photograph of Randolph, the founder, and a history of early years of the organization, 1927.
1929 Watchtower, New Jersey State Federation of Women’s Clubs.
1940 Child Labor on New Jersey Farms, 1940.
c. 1950s Alberta Gonzalez (1914-1996), a migrant farm worker and labor leader.
1956 Food Relief for Striking Westinghouse Workers, 1956. A photograph of women collecting groceries for strikers.
1972 New Directions for Women, 1972. This is the front page of the second issue, published in the Fall of 1972.
c. 1980s Marilyn J. Morheuser (1924-1995), an influential litigator of public school finance issues.