Originally published 2002, links maintained until 2010.
- Frauen machen Geschichte
Materialien zu Modul 2 der Frauen-Akademie des Renner-Instituts, zusammengestellt und gestaltet von Angelika Zach
- Cherchez la femme dans les archives de l'AMSAB, by Paule Verbruggen, with Rita Calcoen, Martine Vermandere and Michel Vermote (PDF, 11 pp.)
- Printed guide: Paule Verbruggen, 'Cherchez la femme dans les archives de l'AMSAB', Brood & Rozen (1996)3, 89-99.
- Le Carhop en ligne: femmes, online articles (PDF) by Marie-Thérèse Coenen, Florence Loriaux, and Marie Decelle.
- Franck Veyron, 'Sexe, genre et orientation sexuelle. Fonds documentaire. Inventaire provisoire'. (PDF, 11 pp.)
- BDIC took part in the foundation of the Association Archives du Féminisme an organization aiming to preserve the papers of feminists and feminists organizations.
- Women in the German Labour movement, an inventory of newspapers, journals, minutes and reports in the Library of the Friedrich Ebert Foundation (PDF file, 115 pp., 636 Kb)
- Frauen tragen die eine Hälfte des Himmels Online publications and documents concerning the working and living conditions of women, women in politics and trade unions, issues of gender equality, biographies. From the FES "Netz Quelle" service
- Documents on gender and womens's history in the Archives of Social Democracy in the Friedrich Ebert Foundation [presented to the XXXIII annual Conference of the International Association of Labour History Institutions, Stockholm, September 2002] / Ilse Fischer.
- The Archiv has letters from August and Julie Bebel to Ignaz and Agnes Auer, visual and sound documents relating to the Demokratische Fraueninitiative DFI, the "Aktion Muttertag" (1985-1986) and other second wave feminist movements, and a modest collection of book titles relating to the women's movement.
- Biblioteca / Fondi speciali / Storia delle donne The collection includes rare publications such as M. Wollstonecraft, A vindication of the rights of woman (London 1792), pamphlets from the French Revolution (Un mot sur le divorce, Paris 1791) and periodicals such as La voix des femmes (Paris 1848) and La difesa delle lavoratrici (Milano, 1912-22).
- Sources for Women's History at the IISH Lists of individuals and organizations, based on the Index to the Archival Collections held by the IISH, with some introductory biographical and bibliographical notes.
- Organizaciones de mujeres
An overview of the collection of women's political and trade union organizations in the Archivo histórico PCE.
- Inventario del fondo documental de la secretaría confederal de la mujer de CC.OO. (PDF)
- Lost Catálogo: Mujeres, cárceles y exilio. Memoria del antifranquismo (PDF)
- WOW! Worlds of Women!
Worlds of Women - International Material in ARAB’s collections (WoW) is a project at ARAB to highlight and promote research on working women’s transnational relations. Through distribution of these works ARAB hopes to encourage international research and exchange.
- Sources for Women's and Gender History. Schweizerisches Sozialarchiv, Zürich. (PDF, 15 pp.).
- Partner in the Genesis Project, a mapping initiative to identify and develop access to women's history sources in the British Isles. The database holds descriptions of women's history collections from libraries, archives and museums from around the British Isles.
- Co-operative Women's Guild
The National Co-operative Archive's collections include pamphlets from the Guild's campaigns and journals, the best known of which is Woman's Outlook, published from 1919 to 1967.
- Guide to Sources for Women's History
Archival descriptions of
- Beatrice Webb's letters to the women constituents of Seaham
- The Consumer Council
- Judith Hart Papers
- Jo Richardson Papers
- Labour Party Chief Woman Officers' Papers
- Marion Phillips Papers
- Women's Labour League
- Ellen Wilkinson Papers
- LHASC is a partner in the Genesis Project.
- Partner in the Genesis Project
- Sources for the Study of Women and Gender Issues in the TUC Collections A source note by Christine Coates (PDF, 2 pp).
- Winning Equal Pay: the value of women's work A partnership initiative between London Metropolitan University and the Trades Union Congress to record the long campaign to achieve equal pay for women. This interactive website will show filmed interviews with women who fought for equal pay, digitised images and documents, plus contributions from historians and other experts.
- Partner in the Genesis Project
- The library has a number of significant collections on the history of working women including archives from the cooperative movement, the suffragettes and suffragists, women in the labour party and the feminist movement of the 1970s. From the WCML homepage, go to 'Browse by popular tags' and click on 'women', or 'suffrage'.
- The Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire
- The Labadie Collection, a special collection of social protest materials covering a wide variety of subject matter, including sexual freedom, houses the National Transgender Library & Archive collection, 1977-2001, (bulk 1990-1999) Collection includes correspondence, memorabilia, publications, surveys, photographs, artifacts, and organizational papers, including by-laws and conference materials, and video and audio tapes.
- Women's History Resources in the Tamiment Library LibGuide
- Archival Collections on Microfilm - Women's History-Related Collections (pdf)
- Or go to the Search Tamiment Library Finding Aids search screen and search for 'Women'
Cherchez la femme dans les archives de l'AMSAB, by Paule Verbruggen, with Rita Calcoen, Martine Vermandere and Michel Vermote
Sources for the Study of Women and Gender Issues in the TUC Collections A source note by Christine Coates