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  1. History of Science and Technology, Monthly Lobby Exhibit, National Museum of History and Technology - SI Women's Week, Women in Science

    History of Science and Technology, Monthly Lobby Exhibit, National Museum of History and Technology - SI Women's Week, Women in Science

    • Date: 1974 August 26, 1974
    • Creator: Harrell, Alfred

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  3. History of Science and Technology, Monthly Lobby Exhibit, National Museum of History and Technology - SI Women's Week, Women in Science

    History of Science and Technology, Monthly Lobby Exhibit, National Museum of History and Technology - SI Women's Week, Women in Science

    • Date: 1974 August 26, 1974
    • Creator: Harrell, Alfred

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  5. History of Science and Technology, Monthly Lobby Exhibit, National Museum of History and Technology - SI Women's Week, Women in Science

    History of Science and Technology, Monthly Lobby Exhibit, National Museum of History and Technology - SI Women's Week, Women in Science

    • Date: 1974 August 26, 1974
    • Creator: Harrell, Alfred

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  7. History of Science and Technology, Monthly Lobby Exhibit, National Museum of History and Technology - SI Women's Week, Women in Science

    History of Science and Technology, Monthly Lobby Exhibit, National Museum of History and Technology - SI Women's Week, Women in Science

    • Date: 1974 August 26, 1974
    • Creator: Harrell, Alfred

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  9. History of Science and Technology, Monthly Lobby Exhibit, National Museum of History and Technology - SI Women's Week, Women in Science

    History of Science and Technology, Monthly Lobby Exhibit, National Museum of History and Technology - SI Women's Week, Women in Science

    • Date: 1974 August 26, 1974
    • Creator: Harrell, Alfred

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  11. Science Service, Up Close: Women in Geology and Paleontology

    • Date: March 14, 2019
    • Creator: Marcel Chotkowski LaFollette
    • Description: To celebrate Women’s History Month, here are two examples of 20th-century women who applied their education and expertise in geology and paleontology outside traditional university career paths.

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    Audiences Solving Mysteries of Women in Science

    • Date: December 3, 2013
    • Description: Recent discoveries about our Women in Science demonstrate the ways our audiences are helping us add more stories to our collections.

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    Pickering’s Women?

    • Date: May 8, 2009
    • Creator: Catherine Shteynberg
    • Description: Access the official records of the Smithsonian Institution and learn about its history, key events, people, and research.

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  17. Ursula Marvin lies on her stomach to look into ice. A colleague kneels next to her, taking notes.

    100 Women in Science in Smithsonian History

    • Date: January 6, 2022
    • Creator: Emily Niekrasz
    • Description: Geologist Dr. Ursula Marvin studied Moon rocks from the Apollo missions and meteorites in Antarctica. Throughout her career with the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory, Marvin championed women in science. She delivered lectures about her own experiences as a woman in geology and participated in programing to help advance women's careers. She was likely inspired to support

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    Faces in the Crowd

    • Date: March 3, 2011
    • Creator: Tammy L. Peters
    • Description: For the month of March, the Smithsonian Institution Archives will be posting new photos of women scientists to the Flickr Commons and highlighting these women in blog posts on THE BIGGER PICTURE, in honor of Women's History Month.[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="400" caption="An unidentified woman (possibly Alice Haskins) sitting with U.S. Department of Agriculture,

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  21. Black and white couple in formal dress seated on couch and chairs in room with red walls. JFK smoking with attendants in the background.

    Link Love: 3/2/2018

    • Date: March 2, 2018
    • Creator: Effie Kapsalis
    • Description: Librarians at the White House Historical Association have digitized 25,000 previously uncatalogued slides! [via CNN]In case you missed it, the blog, Missing Scientists' Faces, shared 28 days of African American female scientists during Black History Month. [via @MissingSciFaces]Check out some of the Digital Public Library of America's primary source sets for Women's History

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  23. Black and white photograph of SAO staff, including Nancy Prichard, then referenced to as Miss McCandlish, and Gladys T. Bond, referred to as Mrs. Bond.

    Early 20th-Century Women Computers at the Smithsonian

    • Date: August 12, 2021
    • Description: Learn about Florence A. Graves, Gladys Thurlby Bond, and Nancy Prichard, three 20th century women computers who advanced solar research.

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