A group of Maori women dress reformers
Two women with a basket, ca. 1937-38
photo from Archivio di Stato Bellinzona
Bangla women in Dhaka after liberation. Note the rifles, women played a major role in the Mukti Bahini (“Liberation Army”).
Photos are credited to Brig S. S. Kanbargimath (Retired)
Sara Carter (banjo) and her cousin Maybelle (auto harp), ca. 1919, about eight years before the first recordings of the Carter Family.
Mrs. Cora Graves and another woman are pictured seated in a bedroom, stringing tobacco bags.
Reidsville, North Carolina, 1939
Carleton Stutz and Peter A. Maxfield, photographers