Celebrating 150 years of Wilson's History:
The Hankey Center for the History of Women’s Education serves as the central resource on the history of Wilson College through the rich repository of materials and artifacts contained in the C. Elizabeth Boyd ’33 Archives. We provide support for academic programs by making the center’s staff and resources available to the Wilson community, as well as to scholars, independent researchers and educators in the broader community. Over the course of the 150th celebration, the Hankey Center will be highlighting historical projects including digital collections, oral histories and more.
Explore digital collections and exhibits from the Hankey Center.
Hannah J. Patterson: Feminist Trailblazer
Discover the forgotten story of an American suffragist and feminist leader.
Wilson College Timeline
A brief stroll through the history of Wilson College.
The Billboard Newspaper Collection
Explore the history of Wilson College through it's student newspaper.
The Radical 60s Documentary
A documentary of Wilson College alumnae from the class of 1964 describing the cultural changes during the 1960s.
History of the Black Student Union at Wilson College
This digital exhibit celebrates the history of Wilson's Black Student Union, documenting the organization's impact through photographs, articles, and more.
Campus Places and Faces
Historic Photographs of Wilson College.
Orchesis Modern Dance Program