The Unknown Black Women of the IU Libraries and Archives

These Black women dedicated their skills to enriching the quality and quantity of resources that IU students, staff, and faculty enjoyed.

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Mary Brown Craig: IU’s First Archivist

Mary stepped into her most well-known role as the University’s first archivist in 1943, when she was given reign over a central depository for the records of IU in the President’s File Room.

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Bridging the Gap: Early Female Faculty at IUPUI

The balance between scholarship and motherhood is a topic rarely celebrated by the academy. These women not only achieved balance, but also excelled.

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