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Photo
Date: 1969

This photo depicts a group of students protesting the Vietnam War. The students marched from Dickinson College past the Army War College in 1969.

Photo
Date: October 15, 1969

This photo depicts two female students participating in the anti-war march. The march was organized by Dickinson students to protest Amercia's involvement in the Vietnam War.

Photo
Date: 1969

This photo depicts Deborah Siegel, class of 1972, reading the names of soldiers killed in the Vietnam War. This demonstration protested America's involvement in the war.

Photo
Date: 1973

This photo depicts the staff of Umoja, a publication printed by the Congress of African Students.

Photo
Date: 1916

This photo depicts female graduates of the class of 1916 being welcomed by the class of 1896.

Photo
Date: circa 1970

Carole Litrides, Class of 1971, Little Colonel of the Pershing Rifles.

Photo
Date: 1964

This photo depicts student Judy Rogers and Jim Robinson during a Project Africa event in 1964.

Photo
Date: circa 1980

This photo depicts the Sexuality Resource Group, circa 1980. The women in the photo are not identified.

Essay
Date: 1909

In her 1909 essay "The Education of Woman in America", S. Margaret Gruber traced the history of women's education and argued that women's higher education was essential. She began her essay by discussing the history of women's education from "household drudgery" to women's higher education. She argued that women's higher education did not impare women's health but made them more vigorous. Moreover, she asserted that women who attended institutions of higher education did still marry and bear children.

Essay
Date: 1911

In her 1911 essay "Female Suffrage," Mary Eleta Witmer analyzes the history and condition of the Suffrage movement. She argues that the American Suffrage movement has fallen short due to its association with such groups as socialists, abolitionists, and orthodox theology. Witmer closes her essay by comparing the strengths and weaknesses of the American and English Suffrage movements.

CAS
Date: 1987

This image depicts the Congress of African Students. Seated on the left is the Prime Minister Elaine Watson.

Cover Page
Date: April 26, 1994

In her paper entitled "Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Life at Dickinson," Alison Thomas analysed Dickinson's burgeoning GLB movement on campus and what caused the sudden consciousness. To do so, she interviewed a variety of Dickinsonians, many who identified as queer.

Cover Page
Date: May 10, 1989

In her paper titled "The Women's Liberation Movement: It's History and It's Effects Upon the Faculty of Dickinson College" Eve M. Draeger analyzes the impact of the feminist movement of the 1960s and 1970 upon Dickinson Faculty. For her paper Draeger interviewed a diverse group of Dickinson Professors.

Presidents' Council Minutes: March 20, 1963
Date: March 20, 1963

During the Presidents' Council (Women's Interdormitory Council) meeting of March 20, 1963, residents of Sellers Hall requested permission for male visitors to be allowed in the dorm. This request was granted:

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Date: February 6, 1963

 
During the Presidents' Council (Women's Interdormitory Council) meeting of February 6, 1963, women of all dorms (except, for some reason, Drayer and Metzger) were advised of what could be considered acceptable footwear for bad-weather days: 
 

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Date: January 16, 1963

 
During the Presidents' Council (Women's Interdormitory Council) meeting of January 16, 1963, the issue of women being 'bothered' by men on and off campus was addressed and Dean Wishmeyer explained the procedure for handling this:
 

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Date: January 9, 1963

 
During the Presidents' Council (Women's Interdormitory Council) meeting of January 9, 1963, it was decided to allow women to wear sweatshirts and sportsclothes to specific meals at specific times:
 

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Date: December 12, 1962

 
During the Presidents' Council (Women's Interdormitory Council) meeting of December 12, 1962, it was decided to allow women (only from two dorms mentioned) to wear slacks in specific circumstances:
 

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Date: November 28, 1962

 
During the Presidents' Council (Women's Interdormitory Council) meeting of November 28, 1962, specific dress restrictions were put in place for dorm dining rooms:
 

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Date: October 31, 1962

 
During the Presidents' Council (Women's Interdormitory Council) meeting of October 31, 1962, the Council's representative to SREC (Social Rules Evaluation Committee) was selected and new proposals regarding women drinking and fraternity parties were put forth: