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New Series (2004) available for purchase

Civil Rights March

1. Civil rights demonstration in Harlem, 1965

Marth Coffin Wright and Ellen Wright Garrison

2. Abolitionist and women's rights activist Martha Coffin Wright and her daughter Ellen Wright Garrison,
circa 1850

Lucretia Coffin Mott

3. Abolitionist and women's rights activist Lucretia Coffin Mott, age 86

Sojourner Truth

4. Abolitionist and women's rights advocate Sojourner Truth, circa 1864

Gloria Steinem

5. Gloria Steinem, sixth grade


6. "Mother and catfish, Silver Creek, Nebraska, circa 1922"

YWCA camp

7. YWCA camping group, 1968

YWCA baking class

8. YWCA baking class, circa 1970

Mabel Roys

9. "Caroline and I at the Indian Mounds," circa 1904 (Mabel Roys Papers)

Garrison kids

10. "New Pier," Osterville, Mass., 1880's
(Garrison Family Papers)

Women's Land Army

11. Women's Land Army, World War I

Women's Land Army

12. Women's Land Army, World War I

YWCA sunbathers

13. Sunbathers at YWCA Industrial conference, Camp Magna, Maine, 1915

Women's Rights March

14. Women's Rights march to home of Susan B. Anthony, Rochester, NY, 1970


15. "Better Living with Television," 1949
(Frances Bemis Papers)

Florence Rose

16. Birth control activist Florence Rose,
circa 1941

All above images are available as postcards: $0.25 ea, or $4.00 for set of 16 different images.

The following are also available as note cards: $0.35 each, or $4.00 for set of 12 (3 of each with 12 envelopes):   5. Gloria Steinem; 7. YWCA camping group; 10. "New Pier"; 16. Florence Rose

See contact information to order..


Series I postcards available in limited supply:

Six postcards

(left to right): 1. Sojourner Truth; 2. writer Sara Payson Willis Parton ("Fanny Fern"); 3. labor organizers Annie Clemence and Ella Reeve Bloor with "the dog picket"; 4. Republican women displaying the Birth Contol Review at the 1925 New Jersey State Republican Convention; 5. medical missionary Dr. Ruth Hemenway; and 6. public health obstetrician Alice Weld Tallant.

Series I note cards available in limited supply:

Four Notecards

(left to right): 1. Gloria Steinem; 2. Margaret Sanger; 3. Alice Morgan Wright - sculptor, suffragist and animal rights activist; and 4. New York suffragist Portia Willis with elephants carrying the suffrage plank.

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