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1922 WELLESLEY WOMEN'S VARSITY ROWING TEAM PHOTO
This is the only known photographic image of Wellesley's 1922 varsity crew.
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1922 WOMAN SMOKING CIGARETTE FEMINIST INT PHOTO
This photograph shows A young woman smoking a cigarette, seated on pedestal, in profile, 1922. Photograph by Tassie F. Dickeson.
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1926 Dainty Lady Garter Whisky Flask Prohibition Photo
This photograph shows "Latest thing in flasks. Mlle. Rhea, dainty dancer who is now in the city as part of the Keiths program inaugurates the garter flask fad in Washington", January 26, 1926.
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1926 WOMEN'S GIRL'S CREW ROWING TEAM GROUP PHOTO
This photograph shows the 8-oar shell crew of Capital Athletic Club, 5/1/26.
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1926 WOMEN'S GIRL'S CREW ROWING TEAM GROUP PHOTO #2
This photograph shows the 8-oar shell crew of Capital Athletic Club, 5/1/26.
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1927 SCHOOL GIRLS AUTO MECHANICS FEMINIST INT PHOTO
This photograph shows High school girls learning the art of automobile mechanics. Left to right: Grace Hurd, Evelyn Harrison, and Corinna DiJiulian, with Grace Wagner (under car), at Central High, Wash. D.C., 1927.
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1928 NWP WOMEN'S PARTY SUFFRAGE FEMINIST INT PHOTO
This photograph shows Miss Mabel Vernon, National Executive Secretary of the National Woman's party, and Miss Mary Moss Wellborn, full-length portraits, standing at steps of building, with luggage / Underwood & Underwood. October 6, 1928.
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1929 WOMAN PILOT BIPLANE FEMINIST INT. MARVEL PHOTO
This photograph shows Marvel Crosson seated on top of the airplane she piloted, c 1920-1929.
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1941 OLD BLACK NEGRO LADY W/ GEORGIA FLAG DELANO PHOTO
This photograph shows a Black woman by building with Georgia state and United States flags. Attributed to Jack Delano but possibly photographed by Marion Post Wolcott, 1941.
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1941 QUEEN ELIZABETH & ROSY RIVETER RAF FACTORY PHOTO
This photograph shows Queen Elizabeth of England speaking with women R.A.F. aircraft equipment workers, 1941.
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1942 FEMINIST LABOR MARE ISLAND CA ROSIE RIVETER
This photograph shows an unidentified woman welding steel plates on a ship at Mare Island Shipyards in California, 1942.
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1942 ROSY RIVETER WOMEN MAKING GAS MASK OHIO PHOTO
This photograph shows four women assembling oxygen masks for use by Army Air Corps pilots and crew at American Anode Company, in Akron, Ohio, 1942.
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1942 WOMEN ROSY RIVETER BUILD DOUGLAS BOMBER PHOTO
This photograph shows women workers installing fixtures and assemblies to a tail fuselage section of a B-17 bomber at the Douglas Aircraft Company plant, Long Beach, California, October, 1942.
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1943 NEGRO WAACS WOMEN ARMY ENLISTEES T0 TEXAS PHOTO
This photograph shows: "Four Negro members of the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps at First WAAC Training Center, Fort Des Moines, Ia., smile happily in the back of the Army truck which started them on their journey to Fort Clark, Tex. The Waacs, who were trained at Fort Des Moines, are members of a Negro WAAC Company which recently was sent to Fort Clark. They are, from left to right: Auxiliaries (Privates) Florence Barbara Davis of Box 145, Plaquemine, La; Dorothy Lee Harris of Rt. 1, Box 301A, Washington, Tex.; Mildred Lucile Turk of 86 Pratt St., Atlanta, Ga., and Juanita Parisenne Ingraham of 932 N. Grove St., Gainesville, Fla."
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1943 ROSIE RIVETER BLACK WOMAN BOMBER FACTORY
This photograph shows an African American woman operating a hand drill at Vultee-Nashville. The woman is working on a "Vengeance" dive bomber, Tennessee, February, 1943. Photograph by Alfred T. Palmer.
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1943 SEWING MACHINE ROSIE RIVETER KITSCH PHOTO
This photograph shows: "Cynthia stiches basic seams before fitting, a principle of simplified sewing. While no new sewing machines are being made and the factories are turning out war goods (WPB (War Production Board) assures an adequate supply of machine repair parts for home dressmakers. To fully utilize existing machines, many women form communiuty pools, make machines available to those who would like to buy them and can't," 1943.
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1943 WOMEN WORKERS CNW RAILROAD FEMINIST INT PHOTO
This photograph shows women workers employed as wipers in the roundhouse having lunch in their rest room, C. & N.W. R.R., Clinton, Iowa, April, 1943. Marcella Hart at left, Mrs. Elibia Siematter at right. Photograph by Jack Delano.
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1953 COCHRAN YEAGER WOMEN JET PILOT FEMINIST INT PHOTO
This photograph shows Jacqueline Cochran standing next to her plane, with Chuck Yeager and Bill Longhurst, at Edwards Air Force Base, California, 1953.
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1953 ELEANOR ROOSEVELT UN UNITED NATIONS MEETING PHOTO
This photograph shows Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt (left) discussing the United Nations as one of six speakers on a panel before Democrats attending the 13-state Atlantic Regional Conference in Philadelphia, December 13, 1953.
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1977 ANTI ERA WOMEN PROTEST AT WHITE HOUSE PHOTO
This photograph shows women holding signs against the Federal Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) gathered outside the White House, February 4, 1977. Photograph by Warren Leffler.
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