• Emma Louise Harrison
  • Irene Caufield Cobb
  • Jeffie Obrea Allen Conner
  • LaRue Dorsey
  • Mary Kitty Jacques Du Congé
  • Vivienne Malone-Mayes

Women's Collections at Baylor

The Women's Collections at Baylor are comprised of materials held by the university in its Institute for Oral History; Armstrong Browning Library and Museum; Central Libraries Special Collections; Keston Center for Religion, Politics, and Society; The Texas Collection; and W. R. Poage Legislative Library. This online resource centralizes these items to highlight the contributions of women and to offer convenient searching to researchers in the areas of women's and gender studies across all disciplines.

If you have any questions about our collections, email us at womenscollections@baylor.edu.


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