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Name Equal rights amendments--United States
Number of Object records 6
Number of Photo records 0
Number of Archive records 1
Number of Library records 0

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Image of National Woman's Party Scrapbook Collection - 1944.007

National Woman's Party Scrapbook Collection - 1944.007

The scrapbook contains newspaper clippings dating from 1926 to 1928 on political, societal, and economic issues related to women and the objectives the National Woman's Party. The scrapbook has a black cloth cover. In the upper left corner of the front cover, The Ideal Scrap Book is impressed in gold lettering. A small, torn piece of a label remains on the front cover. The scrapbook was originally bound, but many pages are not secured by the black string. Many of the pages are discolored and rippled, and glue dots are exposed. There are loose newspaper clippings.

National Woman's Party Political Cartoon Collection - 1910.009.001

A man seated at a desk inside a building marked "Senate" holds a document entitled "Plans for World Democracy." He looks at a woman standing outside the door with her right hand raised and her left hand holding up a banner that reads, "Sec. 1. The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be abridged by the United States or by any state on account of sex." The woman wears a sash marked with the word "opportunity."

National Woman's Party Political Cartoon Collection - 1910.010.001

A woman stares at a door guarded by an armed soldier. Above the door are the words, "Liberte Egalite Fraternite." The top of the door is marked, "League of Nations." A sign on the right side of the door reads, "Women Not Admitted By Order of the Democratic Allied and Associated Governments."

Image of National Woman's Party Printing Block Collection - 1913.143

National Woman's Party Printing Block Collection - 1913.143

Copper photo-engraving plate attached to wood block with small nails. Panoramic photo shows a large posed group of women in front an entrance to the White House. Women are arranged in front of the building, and along an iron fence arching away from the building on both sides. White House is in center of the photo, in the background; there are trees in the background, behind the White House, and to both sides. The photo has the name and address of the photographer, "E. DeSouza 467 PA Ave NW Wash DC" on the left, center of the block. The wood block is ink-stained. The right edge of the block is stamped with the number "414" and the logo for the International Photo-Engraver's Union (IPEU),

Image of National Woman's Party Button Collection - 1944.012

National Woman's Party Button Collection - 1944.012

Round metal button. The button is decorated with purple lettering against a white background. At the upper edge is "ERA" and in the center is the statue of liberty in yellow. At the lower edge is"Our Legacy Our Goal." Pin bar on reverse.

Image of National Woman's Party Textile Collection - 1925.002

National Woman's Party Textile Collection - 1925.002

Rectangular banner of white painted fabric with black painted lettering reading " Woman's Party Delegates to President for Equal Rights" in capitals.

Image of National Woman's Party Textile Collection - 1975.001

National Woman's Party Textile Collection - 1975.001

Rectangular purple banner with ironed-on lettering of white fusible interfacing reading "ERA won't go away" in capitals. Banner is made of one loom width of fabric, hemmed at either end into tubes for hanging on poles.