Permanent collections

You can see the Dead Feminists series in person at museums, universities and libraries all over the United States. Nearly all of these collections are open to the public, and many allow public access free of charge. In some of these places, like many of the libraries, all you have to do is request an appointment to see our work, and you can spend time with it one-on-one (how cool is that?). What follows is an up-to-date list of permanent collections that house our original broadsides. The list grows every year, so keep checking back here for updates!

Note: most of these collections have only a few of our broadsides. Collections housing 5 or more broadsides are marked with an asterisk (*). Institutions that have collected the entire series have two asterisks (**).

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Baylor University (Crouch Fine Arts Library), Waco, TX

* Brigham Young University (Harold B. Lee Library), Provo, UT

Denison University (Doane Library), Granville, OH

Emory University (Woodruff Library), Atlanta, GA

George Mason University (Fenwick Library), Fairfax, VA

Idaho State University (Eli M. Oboler Library), Pocatello, ID

International Printing Museum, Carson, CA

Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, Farmville, VA

* Multnomah County Library (John Wilson Special Collections), Portland, OR

* National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, DC

Northwestern University (Deering Library Special Collections), Evanston, IL

* Nova Southeastern University (Farquhar College of Arts & Sciences), Fort Lauderdale, FL

Occidental College (Mary Norton Clapp Library), Los Angeles, CA

* Radcliffe Institute, Harvard University (Schlesinger Library), Cambridge, MA

Rhode Island School of Design (Fleet Library Artists’ Books Collection), Providence, RI

Robert Russa Moton Museum, Farmville, VA

San Diego State University (Special Collections & University Archives), San Diego, CA

San Francisco Center for the Book (Prints Collection), San Francisco, CA

* San Jose State University (Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library), San Jose, CA

Scripps College (Ella Strong Denison Library), Claremont, CA

Seattle Art Museum (Dorothy Stimson Bullitt Library), Seattle, WA

* Stanford University (Bowes Art & Architecture Library), Palo Alto, CA

Tauber Holocaust Library, San Francisco, CA

Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library (Special Collections), Topeka, KS

* University of California Santa Barbara (Davidson Library), Santa Barbara, CA

* University of Nevada, Reno (Mathewson-IGT Knowledge Center), Reno, NV

** University of Puget Sound (Collins Memorial Library), Tacoma, WA

University of Utah (J. Willard Marriott Library), Salt Lake City, UT

** University of Washington Libraries (Book Arts Collection), Seattle, WA

Washington State Library (Special Collections), Tumwater, WA

* Yale University (Haas Arts Library), New Haven, CT