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First Ladies Gowns, Julia Dent Grant

Carrie Chapman Catt Papers: General Correspondence, circa 1890-1947; Maloy, Mrs. William M

Susan B. Anthony with seven other women

Minna P. Gill

Miss Gail Laughlin, of Portland, member of the Maine Legislature and National Vice President of the National Woman's Party, who will preside at the national Convention of the National Woman's Party in Colorado Spring July 7th to 10th, and will be the chief speaker on the Speakers' Train leaving Washington en route for the convention July 3rd. Miss Laughlin will speak at Chicago, Kansas City, Topeka and Denver. Miss Laughlin, former National President of the Business and Professional Women's Clubs, has lived in California, where she was Vice-Chairman of the Republican Party, and in Colorado, where she likewise was very active. Miss Laughlin has had wide experience speaking for feminism and wider opportunities for women in practically every state in the Union.


Kristine Elisabeth Heuch Bonnevie (1872-1948)

Carrie M. Derick (1862-1941), standing outside building

Tennessee v. John T. Scopes Trial: Andrewena Robinson Davis

Alice Paul conferring with English members of newly formed International Advisory Committee of National Woman's Party - at American Woman's Club - in London. Left to Right - Seated - Alice Paul, Elizabeth Robins, Viscountess Rhondda, Dr. Louisa Martindale, Mrs. Virginia Crawford, Dorothy Evans - Standing - Mrs. Pethick-Lawrence, Alison Neilans, Florence Underwood, Miss Barry.

Dorothy Thompson, Journalist. Prominent member [of] NWP [National Woman's Party]. Lectured on feminism at Carleton Hotel, Wash[ington], D.C., Feb. 1936. For Benefit of Equal Rights Amendment Fund. (Wife of Sinclair Lewis, Novelist).

Dottie Schroeder, catcher, shouting play ball

I do not refer to myself as a housewife for the reason that I did not marry a house

Feminism lives!

My wish is to ride the tempest, tame the waves, kill the sharks ...

I can live alone if self-respect & circumstances require me to do so ..

Look sister : Isis carries the moon on her head ..

The American woman spends 33.6 hours per week in personal grooming, 99.6 hours per week performing household duties ..

We celebrate women's struggles, we celebrate people's victories ... Pauley Ballroom, UC Berkeley, Jan. 26, 6 PM

I swear it to you on my common woman's head, the common woman is as common as a common loaf of bread... and will rise

Veronica Zavatone

Women are happening

Motor City comics. Lenore Goldberg and her girl commandos

Congress to unite women May 1, 2, 3, '70 : Intermediate School, 333 W. 17 St., N.Y.C

Sisterhood feels good

Women's liberation conference, Barnard and Columbia campuses, March 6 [and] 7, 1971



When women become massively political, the revolution will have moved to a new level

Frederika Vern Blankner (1901-1989)

Arlene Frances Fung



Alice Brown (1857-1948)

Ethel Mary Doidge (1887-1965)

Vera Katherine Charles (1877-1954)



Catherine Macfarlane (1877-1969)



Wiktorja S. Dembowski

Eleanor Plunkette Brown (b. 1887)

Flora May Slosson Wuellner





Margaret Clay Ferguson (1863-1951)



Frances Densmore (1867-1957)

Pearl McIver (1893-1976)

Marjorie MacDill Breit (1896-1987)

Tennessee v. John T. Scopes Trial: George Washington Rappleyea

Carolina Amor de Fournier

Jane Stafford (1899-1991)


Mildred Adams Fenton (1899-1995)


Marion Winifred Sheahan, R.N. (1892-1994)

Carrie Chapman Catt Papers: Miscellany; Drawing

Nellie A. Brown (1876-1956)


Patricia Brown (b. 1928)


Gladys Rowena Henry Dick (1881-1963)

Elizabeth Shull Russell (1913-2001)

Agnes Mary Claypole Moody (1870-1954)

Irène Joliot-Curie (1897-1956), c. 1935

Elizabeth M. Bright, sitting in lab

Emma Perry Carr (1880-1972)


(clockwise from left): Agnes J. Quirk, Helen Morgenthau Fox (1884-1974), Florence Hedges (1878-1956), unidentified woman, and Edna H. Fawcett (b. 1879)

Willey Glover Denis (1879-1929)

Mildred Clare Scoville (1892?-1969)

May Gorslin Preston Slosson (1858-1943)

Mary Agnes Chase (1869-1963), sitting at desk with specimens

Mr. A. H. O. Rolle



Jane Blankenship Gibson

Kathleen Beyer Blackburn (1892-1968), sitting in chair





Mary Steichen Calderone (1904-1998)

Matilda Moldenhauer Brooks (b. 1890)

Nathalia Clara Ruth Crane (1913-1998)

Katharine J. Scott Bishop (1889-1976), sitting in lab



Hazel Gay

Smithsonian receives portrait of famed suffrage leader. Washington, D.C., Nov. 17. Miss Marguerite H. Welles, President of the National League of Women Voters, presenting to Dr. Alexander Wetmore, Assistant Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, an oil painting of 80 year old Carrie Chapman Catt. The portrait will be hung in the Smithsonian Institution with the ones of three other famed suffrage leaders: Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, and Dr. Anna Howard Shaw. A gift of Mrs. Stanley McCormick of Chicago, the portrait was painted by Mary Foote in 1927

Carrie Chapman Catt Papers: General Correspondence, circa 1890-1947; Abbott, Grace



Mary Knight Dunlap (1910-1992)

Lillian Moller Gilbreth (1878-1972)

Marjorie Van de Water (1900-1962)