3rd President, Vivian Carter Mason, and the Archives Committee at the Council House, c. 1954.
NPS, National Archives for Black Women's History
Inspired by her friend and colleague, Dr. Carter G. Woodson, Mary McLeod Bethune collected and preserved African American women's history. The National Park Service continues to preserve this invaluable archive. Today, the National Archive for Black Women's History remains the only archive solely dedicated to African American women.
Interested in accessing the archive? Visit our Archives
page to learn more.