Images and information from the end of 1800s through 1970 on automobiles, Germany, Betty Boop, girls, war, cartoons, movie posters, and 1939 New York World's Fair.
A collection of documents for teaching and learning about world history from a working class perspective.
Organizes international, interdisciplinary conferences aimed at furthering the study of medieval gender and sexuality. Information about next conference: 'Seeing Gender', 4-6 January 2002, King's College, London.
United States Department of Agriculture collection of about 400 photographs which provides a portrait of rural and small town American life mainly in the late 1930s and early 1940s.
Text of a 1954 history of sexuality and relationships by Gordon Rattray Taylor critical of their historical repression.
Brief essays on a wide range of topics, including public health, conditions of life and labor, economic history, education, and race, class and gender issues.
A series of illustrated articles on the history of prohibition in the United States from Ohio State University History Department.