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In the Sedgwick Museum archive, women are 'seen' and 'heard'. They are depicted in photographs and sketches. Their activities are documented in expedition scrapbooks. Their attendance at meetings and details of talks are recorded in minute books.

Female students wrote Museum specimen catalogues and donated thousands of objects to the collections. Some of these are on display but many more remain in the stores. By the s the situation was changing with increased access to education for women. This played an important role in furthering the position of women within the geological community.

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At Cambridge women were present on geological field trips from approximately the s. John Edward Marr. SGWC The principal of Newnham College, Eleanor Sidgwick wrote to Professor Hughes in October asking him a series of questions about teaching mixed classes.

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She had been asked to collect information as an 'effort is being made to get the classes of Trinity College, Dublin open to women'. She was aware that the geological excursions Professor Hughes led often included men and women. In response to the question 'do you think the presence of women interferes with the successful teaching of men' the Professor simply replied 'no'. Fieldwork facilitated interaction between men and women during a time when this was still very rare. This photograph depicts students during an excursion to Wales in It was taken 11 years before women were officially permitted to become members of the Sedgwick Club.

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Four women were present on the trip, and apart from Mary Hughes, they all became teachers. There were few other acceptable options for employment before marriage at that time. Beatrice Taylor — became an Assistant Mistress in Oxford and London, and a visiting teacher of science in Southport.

In University rules were changed to allow fellows to marry.

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She 'companioned as well as chaperoned' young female graduates, a necessity during the time. However, by her husband had written that this was 'unnecessary and undesirable'. In in collaboration with her husband, she compiled the volume on Cambridgeshire in the County Geography series.

Many of her own photographs illustrated this work, and a sketch made by her father was also included.

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She visited Berlin, Zurich, Russia, and Washington, writing diaries and taking photographs. Mary and Thomas had three sons, one of whom was killed on active service during the First World War. She died in The Geological Society of London was founded on 13th November However, it was not until 21st Maythat the first female Fellows were elected. A Cambridge University geological excursion to the Malverns in included some of the women who would become the first female fellows. Students gather round Professor McKenny Hughes, sketching and making notes.

Malverns, Margaret Chorley Crossfield returned to studies in after ill health and was given permission to only study geology. She worked with Margaret Crossfield during her career. The outbreak of the First World War all but put a permanent halt to her promising career in geology. She helped found and became honorary secretary of the Association of Pension Committees and served on the War pension committees of Birmingham and Sutton Coldfield.

The Geological Society centenary in included 34 women amongst its guests. A visit to Cambridge took place as part of the celebrations, and a meal was held in St John's College on Tuesday 1st October The seating plan, in the Archive, suggests that no women were present. In a conference took place at the Geological Society to celebrate years since Women became fellows. For more information about female fellows of the Geological Society, you can visit an online exhibition here. The Archive includes minute books, scrapbooks, typescripts of talks, financial records, and photographs.

However, it would be 16 years before women were admitted, in January when a special meeting was called. After the change in the rules which were agreed unanimously female students were able to attend meetings and official club excursions, and give papers about their studies and research. The first time women were at a Sedgwick Club meeting, 18th February ref.

The first 6 female members elected to the Sedgwick Club were all students at Newnham College:. You can also find out how many Sedgwick Club meetings they attended, positions they held, and whether they read any papers at Club meetings. You can also see if they deposited any objects with the Woodwardian Museum Sedgwick Museum from Margaret Flowerdew MacPhee [mn: Romanes] Frances Katherine Rolland [mn: Grove-White] fl.

Ida Slater pictured at the bottom of the steps of the Sedgwick Museum, whilst it was still being built, In her case it was renewed twice. It played a crucial role in ensuring women had access to resources and teaching space for practical experiments.

Elizabeth became a Sedgwick Club member in and attended six meetings between A letter in the Archive confirms that Elizabeth and her sister Clara were present at the British Association meeting in Nottingham. Women had been attending BA meetings since the s, and the first female full-member was elected in Dale was elected in and was a 'life member'.

She rose from being an undergraduate and assistant demonstrator, to become a university lecturer in the Department of Geology in Ten years later, she became the first female reader. After graduating inElles did a year's research in Lund, Sweden, with Sven Tornquist before returning to Cambridge.

Together with her Newnham contemporary Ethel Wood, she studied Lower Palaeozoic strata in Wales, specialising in fossil graptolites, extinct marine animals. It described and illustrated all the then known graptolites and their biozonal distribution in time. She prepared the text and Wood the illustrations with Lapworth acting as editor. In later life she also worked on metamorphic rocks in the Highlands with Cecil Edgar Tilley. Gertrude Elles features in many Sedgwick Club records, from student participant into expedition leader in She gave this on 3rd Marchless than two months after 'lady members' were admitted.

Gertrude Elles presented an impressive 19 papers over 55 years covering a range of topics and localities- from the Highlands and islands of Scotland to the Great Rift Valley in Africa. Gertrude Elles pictured in in Dolywern. This was the last Sedgwick Club trip before the outbreak of war. The Sedgwick Museum is fortunate to have a large collection of geological hammers, two of which belonged to Gertrude Lillian Elles.

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Gertrude Elles geological hammers. The larger one has been inscribed with her name and dates.

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Gertrude Elles with her smaller geological hammer on the Isle of Man in ref. Gertrude Elles with her larger geological hammer in a formal Sedgwick Club photograph, ref. However, it was also a recognisable feature of an emerging profession. It was a badge of honour. Gertie, as she was affectionately known, spent a great deal of time working in the Woodwardian and later Sedgwick Museum, writing catalogues and captions. Specimen catalogue by Gertrude Elles, The specimens were arranged by species.

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SMES You can see her service card here. Elles became vice principal of Newnham College, from to She died in November in Helensburgh, Scotland. The last formal Sedgwick Club photograph before the outbreak of World War 1. The Club did not meat again until The stories that are being uncovered are inspiring us to think about our collections in different ways.

In December the Sedgwick Museum held its first ever festival of feminism. A series of interdisciplinary art and science workshops were run by geologist and landscape artist Emma Theresa Jude. These events highlighted the lesser-known stories of trailblazing women of geology and palaeontology.

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The Museum envisages feminist tours becoming a regular feature of the events programme. These will involve looking at objects and photographs on display in the museum, through a feminist lens. British Association for Advancement of Science History. Sedgwick Museum Archives. Sedgwick Club History.

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