The Loretta M. Schaechterle Fund

The Loretta M. Schaechterle Fund Fund

Established in April 2010 in memory of Mrs. Loretta M. Schaechterle to purchase books and multimedia materials about Women in the United States. Mrs. Schaechterle was a life-long learner with a love for reading, and books purchased through this fund will help to provide an understanding of women's lives in the United States, with a focus on the 20th century.

Books purchased on this fund include:

A voice that could stir an army : Fannie Lou Hamer and the rhetoric of the Black freedom movement / Maegan Parker Brooks

Major problems in American women's history : documents and essays / edited by Sharon Block, Ruth M. Alexander, Mary Beth Norton

Mobilizing Minerva : American women in the First World War / Kimberly Jensen

Women and austerity : the economic crisis and the future for gender equality / edited by Maria Karamessini and Jill Rubery

Women, family, and class : the Lillian Rubin reader / edited by Michael S. Kimmel and Amy E. Traver

See all the books purchased on this fund..

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