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The General Collections:

"History." Daniel Chester French. Sculpture, Main Reading Room, Thomas Jefferson Building, Library of Congress. Photograph by Anne Day. With the permission of Anne Day.

"Rosie." Norman Rockwell. Color lithograph after a painting. Saturday Evening Post, May 29, 1943, cover (AP2.S2) General Collections. LC-USZC4-5602 © 1943 SEPS: Licensed by Curtis Publishing Co., Indianapolis, IN. All rights reserved. <www.curtispublishing.com>

"Do Remember Camels Are First in the Service." Advertisement. From the Saturday Evening Post, April 24, 1943, back cover (AP2.S2). General Collections. Courtesy of RJR Tobacco Company.

Serial and Government Publications:

"Wonder Woman for President." Wonder Woman, no. 7, Winter 1943. D.C. Comics, Inc. Copyright deposit. Serial and Government Publications Division. Wonder Woman is a trademark of DC Comics © 2001. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

Carrie Chapman Catt. "Wonder Woman of History." Wonder Woman, no. 26, December 1947. Ellen Swallow Richards. Serial and Government Publications Division. Wonder Woman is a trademark of DC Comics © 2001. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

Carrie Chapman Catt. "Wonder Woman of History." Wonder Woman, no. 50, November/December 1980. Ellen Swallow Richards. Serial and Government Publications Division. Wonder Woman is a trademark of DC Comics © 2001. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

Rare Book and Special Collections:

"Lady Freedom." Claire Van Vliet. Cover design for Rita Dove, Lady Freedom Among Us. West Burke, Vt.: Janus Press, 1993; PS3554.O884 L33 1944 Janus Pr. Rare Books and Special Collections Division. With permission of the artist, Claire Van Vliet.

Prints and Photographs:

"The government has my whole family working on scientific progress." Bill Mauldin. Copyright © 1948 by Bill Mauldin. Prints and Photographs Division. LC-USZ62-126823. Reprinted by permission.

"If Union Families Don't Look for the Union Label, Who Will?" International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union. Between 1965 and 1980. Prints and Photographs Division. LC-USZC4-8146. With Permission of UNITE.

Geography and Maps:

"Property." Plate 27 from Joni Seager, The State of Women in the World Atlas. New York and London: Penguin Group, 1997; uncataloged. Geography and Map Division. Copyright (c) Myriad Editions, Ltd. www.myriadeditions.com

Folklore Music Map of the United States from the Primer of American Music. Dorothea Dix Lawrence. [New York: Hagstrom Co., 1946] (Single Map File, "U.S. Pictorial, 1946"). Geography and Map Division. Copyright (c) Hagstrom Map Company, Inc., 46-35 54th Road, Maspeth, NY 11378. Lic. no.: H-2194.

Shell Road Map: Pennsylvania. Chicago: H.M. Goushá, 1933. Title Collection. Geography and Map Division. Printed with permission of Shell and Rand McNally.

Seismicity of the Earth, 1960-1980. Alvaro F. Espinosa (USGS), Wilbur Rinehart (World Data Center), and Marie Tharp (Lamont-Doherty Geological Observatory of Columbia University). [Washington:Office of Naval Research?], 1981. Tharp Collection (uncataloged). Geography and Map Division. Copyright © 1981 by Marie Tharp and Rebecca M. Espinosa. Used by permission. Address to contact for further information: Marie Tharp, 1 Washington Avenue, South Nyack, NY 10960 and/or [email protected]

Music:

Gaelic Symphony. Amy Beach. (First page of the fourth movement). Holograph, 1896. Arthur P. Schmidt Company Archives. Music Division. Printed by permission of The MacDowell Colony. Copyright © 2003 The MacDowell Colony.

Recorded Sound – Motion Picture, Broadcasting & Recorded Sound Division:

"Patricia Roberts Harris and Lawrence E. Spivak on NBC's Meet the Press." Photograph by Reni Newsphotos. October 24, 1971. Lawrence E. Spivak Collection. Prints and Photographs Division. Copyright © National Broadcasting Company, Inc., 2001. All rights reserved. LC-USZ62-126797.

"Album Jackets." Jane Ira Bloom: Modern Drama (1987, Columbia FC 40755), courtesy of Columbia Records; Are You Ready for Phyllis Diller? (1962, Verve V-15031); International Sweethearts of Rhythm (1984, Rosetta Records RR 1302), courtesy of Rosetta Records; and Buffy Sainte-Marie: Native North American Child: An Odyssey (1974, Vanguard VSD-79340) and Big Mama Thornton: Mama's Pride (1975 Vanguard VPC 40001); both courtesy of Vanguard Records, a Welk Music Group Company. Recorded Sound Reference Center, Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division.

"The Donna Reed Show." Donna Reed and Patty Petersen. Photograph. Todon-Briskin in association with Screen Gems. ABC, 1958-66. "The Donna Reed Show" courtesy of Columbia TriStar Television.

Area Studies:

Front Cover. "Rah-e-Zendegi," no. 742, May 19, 1995. AP95.P3 R34 Pers. Near East Section, African and Middle Eastern Division. Courtesy of "Rah-e-Zendegi".

"An Only Kid." Lynne Avadenka. Huntington Woods, Mich.: Land Marks Press, 1990; BM670.H28 A9 1990 Hebr Cage. Copy 41 of a limited letterpress edition of 75. Hebraic Section, African and Middle Eastern Division. Courtesy of Lynne Avadenka.

" 'La Tules' [Gertrudis Barceló] Dealing Monte in Her Santa Fe Gambling House." Bill Hughes. Illustration for Walter Briggs et al., "Venal or Virtuous? The Lady They Called La Tules." New Mexico Magazine 49:3 (March/April 1971; F791.N3), 8-9. General Collections.

"La Ofrenda II." Ester Hernández. Screenprint, 1990. Fine Prints (unprocessed). Prints and Photographs Division. LC-USZC4-8201. Copyright © 1990. Courtesy of the artist.

"Rita Moreno and Members of the 'Sharks' in West Side Story." 1961. Photograph. New York, World Telegram and Sun Collection. Prints and Photographs Division. LC-USZ62-116064. Copyright © 1961. United Artists Pictures, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Courtesy of MGM CLIP + STILL.

Ester-Hernández. "Libertad". Etching. Copyright © 1976. Fine Prints Collections (unprocessed). Prints and Photographs Division. LC-USZ62-127167. Courtesy of the artist.

Topical Essays:

"Supporters of the Proposed Federal Equal Rights Amendment Demonstrating Yesterday in Lafayette Park Across from the White House." Photograph by Teresa Zabala, June 30, 1982, for The New York Times, July 1, 1982, p. A12. Serial and Government Publications Division. Copyright © 1982. The New York Times, Teresa Zabala. NYT Pictures.

"The Women's Salon." Poster. 1977. Photograph. © Copyright by Freda Leinwand. Yanker Poster Collection (POS 65-U.S. 309). Prints and Photographs Division. Courtesy of Ruth Wallach and the archives of the University of Southern California and Freda Leinwand.

"Sic transit Gloria." Edward Sorel. Drawing pen and ink, 1974. Prints and Photographs Division. LC-USZC4-4872. Courtesy of Edward Sorel.

"Present Status of the Equal Rights Amendment." Edward Sorel. Color map in "Wednesday Savvy" section, St. Petersburg Times, October 17, 1979. ACSM Map Design Competition Collection (G370.F8 1979. P4 MLC ACSM 7920). Geography and Map Division. Copyright © 1976. The St. Petersburg Times. Art by Frank Peters.

"Marian Griswold Nevins." Photograph. Edward and Marian MacDowell Collection. Music Division. All photographs from the Edward and Marian MacDowell Collection are reproduced here courtesy of the Estate of Edward and Marian MacDowell.

"Louise Talma Composing in Her Studio at the MacDowell Colony, Peterborough, N.H." Photograph by Bernice B. Perry. March 1947. Modern Music Archives. Music Division. Estate of Minna Lederman.


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