A GUIDE TO MATERIALS ON WOMEN IN THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY ARCHIVES Women's experiences at Penn State for more than a century are documented in a new reference volume (published Dec. 1993), "A Guide to Materials on Women in the Pennsylvania State University Archives." Kristen Turner surveyed the entire holdings of the University Archives in order to identify manuscript collections and archival material created by women or related to women's experiences. The guide provides information on a wide variety of materials including 30 collections of papers created by women staff members, students, and faculty; records of 19 women's organizations; materials documenting women's sport and recreation teams at Penn State; additional manuscript collections containing accounts of women's experiences and institutional records that deal with issues concerning women in the University; biographical and professional data on women employees and alumnae; films, videos, and audio tapes by and about women; and a description of the records of the Ogontz School founded as a finishing school for young women in Philadelphia in 1850. Cost is $10.95; all order must be prepaid. To order: "Women's Guide", Penn State University Libraries Accounting Department, E506 Pattee Library, University Park, PA 16802; (814)865-0401.