PEMBROKE HANGOUT New collections created by Mary Murphy, archivist for the Pembroke Center for Teaching and Research on Women, include intimate images that often quash stereotypes about how young women behaved in the mid-20th century. In this photo, donated by Carol (Canner) Gjelsvik ’59 (second from left), friends from the Class of 1959 share drinks and cigarettes in a dorm room. In an oral history recording, Gjelsvik discusses her experiences as a Jewish student at Pembroke College and describes becoming lifelong friends with Peggy (Brooks) Evans ’59 (right), one of two black Pembroke students in her class. Murphy journeys to people’s homes to gather items and information for the collections, which include the founding manifestos of the International Feminist Collective and miniature self-published magazines folded to resemble condom wrappers. Materials by and about women now make up 25 percent of the John Hay’s archives, and Murphy’s goal is to get to 51 percent: “I envision them fully representing the lives, aspirations, and achievements of women previously invisible to scholars.” For more, visit library.brown.edu and follow links for A-Z Library, Collections, and Women.