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The Woman’s Collection is the largest depository in the Southern United States of research material about women. It is one of only four collections of its kind in the United States dedicated to the stories of women. The Woman’s Collection was established in 1932, and its records range from nationally known collections to the stories and voices of women who led quiet domestic lives. It features:
  • Artifacts
  • Books
  • Clothing & Textiles
  • Manuscripts
  • Microforms
  • Oral Histories
  • Periodicals
  • Photographs

About the Woman's Collection...


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“Smith, Radcliff, and Texas Woman’s University are among the country’s best-known women’s history collections.”

-American Libraries, March 1996 

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Blagg-Huey Library, 2nd Floor


Woman's Collection
P.O. Box 425528
Denton, TX 76204
(940) 898-3751 (phone)
(940) 898-3764 (fax)