The Dobkin Collection of
Feminism and Judaica
A research collection documenting the struggles and achievements of women, primarily American and British, throughout history, with an emphasis on original 19th- and 20th-century material. Areas of special interest include Suffrage, Labor, Health, Politics, Legal rights, Gender studies, and Domestic issues, offering works by well-known women with compelling contextualization, and rescuing the unknown from anonymity.
Every attempt has been made to include original correspondence, diaries, journals, files, annotated printed matter and inscribed and annotated association copies of books, as well as truly scarce books and rare survivals of fragile ephemera.
For further information or to make an appointment with the collection, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. For queries regarding specific items, please note the item # provided with each description.