- Off-campus access to library databases will be intermittently unavailable for several hours starting at 4:30 pm tonight. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Did you know? Western Libraries’ Heritage Resources programs provide access to a vast array of unique and historical materials about women’s history. These include:
- Photographs and oral histories (selections available online)
- Campus history collections and institutional records documenting experiences of women students and faculty
- Records of local and regional women’s organizations
- Personal papers documenting the lives and achievements of women from Whatcom County and the Pacific Northwest.
Interested to learn more? Thinking about a research project relating to women’s history? We invite you to explore our digital collections and online research guide, and to visit and contact Heritage Resources with any questions. A sample of images and other "women's history" documents from Center for Pacific Northwest Studies collections is presently on display near the Reference Desk in Western Libraries (Haggard Wing 2).
Poster advertising a protest at the Boeing Cruise Missile Plant in Kent, WA. circa 1985. From the Gay and Lesbian Miscellaneous Manuscript Collection, Center for Pacific Northwest Studies.