The Hankey Center has created Digital Collections of images and documents which reflect important components of Wilson’s history. We have also created Digital Exhibits which analyze and interpret various aspects of Wilson College’s history in the broader context of American history.

Digital Exhibits:

  • Friendship and Sisterhood: The History and Impact of Wilson’s Black Student Union
  • Something Bigger Than Myself: Pat Vail and Freedom Summer
  • The Rescue of Science and Learning: Foreign Refugee Scholars at Wilson During WWII
  • Hannah J. Patterson: Feminist Trailblazer
  • Wilson College Presidents
  • Page Turner: The Evolution of the John Stewart Memorial Library
  • Paul Swain Havens Papers
  • Wilson College Notable Women Faculty: The First Hundred Years
  • Wilson College Response to the Great Depression
  • Wilson in the World
  • Foreign Mission Work
  • Wilson Alumnae in: Notable Early Alumnae in the following fields:
    • Academia
    • Medicine
    • Military Service
    • Political Activism
    • Science
    • Social Work or Religion
    • Art, Music or Dance
    • Business or Law
    • Changing Attitudes Toward College Educated Women

Digitized Collections:

  • Antiquities
  • Orchesis
  • Kittochtinny Players
  • Billboard Newspaper Earth Day
  • Athletics
  • Elizabeth McGeorge Sullivan WASP Pilot
  • Campus