Among the Schlesinger Library’s extensive collection documenting second–wave feminism are the correspondence, journals, questionnaires, photographs and textiles relating to Chicago’s artworks, including materials pertaining to the Birth Project, the Holocaust Project and The Dinner Party. Most of the collection is open to researchers, and the searchable finding aid to the collection is available on-line.

Penn State has acquired one of the most important private collections of feminist art education, The Judy Chicago Art Education Collection, housed in the University Archives in the Special Collections Library. The collection, open to the public, includes videos, photographs, and notes on Chicago’s teaching projects and is complemented by The Dinner Party Online Curriculum Project, gifted to Penn State by Through the Flower. Penn State has developed an extensive website devoted to this collection, including the Curriculum, and Chicago’s Art Pedagogy can be found in Participatory Art Pedagogy on this website.

In 1996, Through the Flower donated over 1000 books by and about women and women’s achievements to the UNM/Valencia Campus library where it is housed in its own area. The collection has since grown to more than 2,100 volumes, all accessible through interlibrary loan.

Through the Flower’s Art Space, located in Belen, NM, has a variety of books, catalogues, magazines, and videos available on topics ranging from art history to contemporary feminism.