Women's Voices of the Twentieth Century:
Interviews with Women in the United States over 55

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Welcome!  This site is intended to provide access to an ongoing series of student interviews of U.S. women over the age of fifty-five.  Its goal is to provide more online primary sources on the history and experiences of American women in the twentieth century. 

The site will also eventually contain a number of student reviews of other websites on the history of women in the United States and a list of useful links to yet more primary and secondary source websites on the history of women. 

Browse the individual interviews from the Interviews page, or look for specific categories of experiences by exploring the Subject page.

Dorthea Lange photo -- 1936

Site Maintained by:  

Jeffrey W. McClurken  [jmcclurk@umw.edu]                                  

Assistant Professor of History
University of Mary Washington
Page updated: August 2, 2006

Image source: Dorthea Lange, Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division, FSA-OWI Collection, LC-USF34-009058-C, http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/awhhtml/awpnp6/migrant_mother.html, June 16, 2005.