The Hankey Center for Women's History
The Hankey Center promotes the study of women’s history and education by supporting and sponsoring scholarship, research, exhibitions and programming on topics pertaining to aspects of women’s lives in the workforce, government, philanthropy and education. The Hankey Center promotes greater knowledge and understanding about the role of women in American history, uncovering voices, stories, and perspectives that have been hidden. The Hankey Center serves as a central resource on the history of the college as well as providing access to a rich archive of women’s history. It serves the needs of, and provides opportunities for students, faculty, and alumni, as well as researchers locally and nationally.
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
Kittochtinny Players Drama Club
Explore this collection of photographs, which spans the history of theater at Wilson.
WWII WASP Pilot
Elizabeth McGeorge Sullivan Collection.
Freedom Summer Research Assignment
Social justice research assignment.