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All referenced quotes presented on the sidebars in this website are taken from the book Teaching Gender with Libraries and Archives: The Power of Information, edited by Sara de Jong and Sanne Koevoets.

Tag Archives: Domestic Work

Poster – The Problem That Has No Name: Women and Post-war American Consumer Society (Women’s History Series: 12)

Poster – The Model Family Plan (Women’s History Series: 11)

Poster – Private Morals, Public Order: The Beginnings of the Modern State (Women’s History Series: 5)

Poster – ‘Slaves & Angels’: Women & the Industrial Revolution (Women’s History Series: 4)

Poster – Witches: Healers & Midwives (Women’s History Series: 2)

Poster – Equal Toil, Unequal Place: Women & Feudalism (Women’s History Series: 1)

Marks & Spencer – “A Girl’s Future” Pages 8-13

Marks & Spencer – “A Girl’s Future” Pages 4-5

Advertisement – 1958 ‘Easy-To-Serve-Foods’

Advertisement – 1972 Housework

Article – St Michael News: “I Like to be Smart”

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