We provided the image for an entry about archaeologist Gladys Davidson Weinberg (1909-2002) in the Jewish Women's Archives online encyclopedia. We chose a photo from 1945 showing Gladys Weinberg on the roof of a building in Athens. Aleisa Fishman, the author of the entry, has composed an accurate and informative biographical essay about the life and work of this remarkable woman, who started her archaeological career at Olynthus in 1931, before becoming student and fellow of the ASCSA (1932-1938). In addition to teaching art history and archaeology at the University of Missouri-Columbia, Weinberg distinguished herself as an expert in the technology and trade of ancient and medieval glass. The Gladys and Saul Weinberg Papers are housed in the ASCSA Archives.