In honor of Women's History Month, stop by Chicago Public Library's Special Collections to view one-of-a-kind artifacts that document the history of Chicago's female leaders. Guests will view archival artifacts and manuscripts from a variety of collections and hear the inspirational histories behind the materials.
Chicago Public Library archivists Sarah and Beth co-host an open house in Harold Washington Library's Special Collections to highlight the story of local pioneers in the Chicago Theater Collection and Vivian G. Harsh Research Collection.
Photo: Women's march, circa 1976. Source: Harsh Research Collection, Brenda Eichelberger/National Alliance of Black Feminists Papers