Item consists of the Kohklux map originally created by Chief Chilkaht Kohklux of Tlingit in 1852. This is one of the earliest known maps of the southern Yukon. Map originally inserted into a book about the map.
Item is a presentation of research about the transfer of Aboriginal knowledge to early female scientists for Ainley's Social Science and Research Humanities Council (SSHRC) project, "Re-explorations: Gender, Science and Environment in the 19th and 20th Century Canada and Australia."
Item is an interview in Wolfville, Nova Scotia in which Marianne Ainley asks Jaye Fraser about her early life, education and the development of her career, including the obstacles Fraser perceived herself to face and her work in New Brunswick and Montreal.
Item is the first part of an interview in which Marianne Ainley interviews Isabel K. Williamson about the development of and perceived impediments to the development of her career as well as the disciplinary culture of astronomy and the relationship between amateur and professional astronomers.
Item is an excerpt from a presentation on women in geology with a presentation by Linda Scott on the role of women in the private sector scientific community and a workshop on families where both persons have professional roles.
Item is an interview in which Marianne Ainley interviews Virginia Douglas about her career as a psychologist, including her early life, the obstacles she faced and her reason for choosing psychology as a science.
Item is the second part of an interview in which Marianne Ainley interviews Sylvia Ruby about her early life and the development of her career including what influenced her choose a career in science and any impediments she perceived herself to face in becoming a scientist.
Item is two interviews at Dr. Allin's home discussing the creation of an association of physicists in Canada and Dr. Allin's retirement and her teaching and research shortly before she retired. It was created as part of the University of Toronto Oral History Program.
Item an interview in which Dr. Dorothy Forward discusses her life at the University of Toronto, her time in student residences and the development of her career and some of the obstacles she faced. It was created as part of the University of Toronto Oral History Program.
Item is the first part of an interview in which Madeline Fritz describes her early life, her reasons for choosing to study Geology and the development of her career at the University of Toronto. It was created as part of the University of Toronto Oral History Program.
Item is the fourth part of an interview with Dixie Pelleut, a former professor in biology at Dalhousie University, about her life and academic career as research for Fingard's monograph, "Gender and Inequality at Dalhousie: Faculty Women before 1950."