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Women's Rights Button Collection MSS.2013.07.22
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Series I: Political and Women's Rights Buttons, 1952-2008

Physical Description

1 Box

Scope and Content Summary

This collection consists of women’s rights buttons (1952-2000) and political buttons collected by feminist activist and historian, Karen Offen. The collection includes buttons that support women’s political campaigns, including Hillary Clinton’s 2008 presidential campaign and Barbara Boxer's senate campaign in the 1990s. Other themes include the commemoration of Women’s History Month, feminism, union activism, the Equal Rights Amendment, and a 1952 button supporting Dwight D. Eisenhower's presidential campaign.

Arrangement

This collection is arranged in alphabetical order.
 

Box 1: Political and Women's Rights Buttons 1952-2008

 

Folder 1, Anna (AFL-CIO)

 

Folder 2, Barbara Boxer for Senate

 

Folder 3, ERA Now

 

Folder 4, ERA YES

 

Folder 5, Expanding Your Horizons

 

Folder 6, Hillary for President

 

Folder 7, Histoire North Carolina Press

 

Folder 8, I Like Ike

 

Folder 9, Lead, Follow or Get Out of the Way. Iron Jawed Angels

 

Folder 10, Mary Mary Quite Contrary

 

Folder 11, Mary Wollstronecraft 200 Years of Feminism

 

Folder 12, National Women's History Month March, 1994

 

Folder 13, National Women's History Week, March 7th-13th 1982

 

Folder 14, Never Another Season of Silence 1966 Failure is Impossible

 

Folder 15, Reclaim CLIO Join CCWHP

Physical Description: 2.0 items
 

Folder 16, Rigoberta Menchu para Presidenta

 

Folder 17, Well Behaved Women Rarely Make History

 

Folder 18, When Women Vote, Women Win. Emily's List

Physical Description: 3.0 items
 

Folder 19, Women Change America National Women's History Month March 2005

 

Folder 20, Women Who Think They Are Equal to Men Lack Ambition