Published by Primary Source Microfilm
Helen Blackburn's personal archive offers a remarkable resource for primary research into the women's movement. This unique collection includes pamphlets from around the world and covers significant aspects of women's lives, offering materials on women's education and employment, temperance, suffrage, and women's domestic and social duties. Documents from influential suffrage societies are included as well, providing additional perspective on the movement's progress.
Helen Blackburn was a prominent feminist and suffragist, and the resources included here were her sources as she wrote her own works, A Handbook for Women Engaged in Social and Political Work, The Condition of Working Women, and Women's Suffrage: A Record of the Women's Suffrage Movement in the British Isles. The collection is fully indexed by author, title and Ms. Blackburn's own subject order. Includes a complete title listing.
Part One: Pamphlets of Women's Suffrage, the International Women's Movement and Related Issues--14 reels
Part Two: Pamphlets on the Employment of Women, Womens Industries, and Related Issues--15 reels
Complete Collection: 29 reels