The Women’s Kit is a 23” × 14” × 5” cardboard box full of materials (pamphlets, records, posters, postcards, newspaper reprints, biographies, short stories, poems, drawings, plays, filmstrips, photographs, slides, historical documents, collages, etc.) that are all directly or indirectly about women’s histories, achievements, oppression and socialization. There are roughly 150 items in the kit, which were collected and produced between 1972-1973. Two hundred test packages were distributed to Ontario high schools and colleges. Through the Centre for Women’s Studies in Education, the Ontario Institute of Studies in Education (OISE) published the Women’s Kit in 1974, a thousand copies were produced and sold at $50 per unit.