The University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections has acquired a number of manuscript and university collections related to the study of this discipline. The collections represented on these pages were chosen for the value of their information on the history and significance of women in all facets of society. Some collections have direct and immediately apparent relevance while others are connected more peripherally to Women's Studies.
records pertaining to one of the first female writers (and agriculture editor) of the Manitoba Free Press, a champion of women's suffrage, and a strong supporter of the Women's Christian Temperance Union and the Political Equality League
departmental, subject, and constituency files pertaining to abortion, Western Manitoba Guidance and Counselling Services, Ukrainian Catholic Women's League, the Royal Commission on the Status of Women, and family planning
records pertaining to the Women's Section of the Canadian Council of Agriculture, First Meeting of the Interprovincial Council of Women, the International Council of Women, National Council of Women, the United Farm Women of Alberta, Manitoba, and Ontario, and the Women's Section of the United Farmers of Quebec
newspaper clippings and photographs titled Women (1957-1980), Women Against Rising Prices (1979), Women in Trade Association (1978-1980), Women's Advertising and Sales Club of Winnipeg (1949-1977), Women's Christian Temperance Union (1949-1980), Women's Club (1969-1980), Women's Institute (1950-1980), Women's Model Parliament (1978-1980), Women's Musical Club (1950-1980), Women's Network (1980), and Women's Tribute (1939-1978)