The Harold B. Lee Library Digital Collections has been slowly amassing one of the most important digital archives in Mormon Studies. I just noticed that they have added the Young Women’s Journal.
I had understood that the Women’s Exponent would be up first, but they appear to only have the first four years available. The YMJ is a wonderful resource in 19th and early 20th century Mormonism. You’ll see things like Oliver Huntington describing moon-quakers to the symposium on “the perfect woman.”
In a quick mining expedition last night, I found seven references relating to my research that I hadn’t previously had. Three cheers for Susan Fales and her team at the BYU Library!