Item #20384 Vintage Feminist Women Empowerment Poster Archive from 1970s. Posters Women's Rights.
Vintage Feminist Women Empowerment Poster Archive from 1970s
Vintage Feminist Women Empowerment Poster Archive from 1970s
Vintage Feminist Women Empowerment Poster Archive from 1970s

Vintage Feminist Women Empowerment Poster Archive from 1970s

Women's Rights, Posters

Archive

[Feminism] Feminist Women's Vintage Poster archive of 3 posters from the 1970s. All are in vibrant color with slogans and are all about 11" x 17". This vintage poster collection celebrates the feminist women's movement in the United States during the mid-70s. Posters include: a Woman's Equality symbol, "Secretaries are more than typewriters," "Women are not chicks," According to previous owner, these posters are new old stock, meaning they have been kept in mint condition since their creation in 1975-76. They are a rare, particularly the poster that highlights the Equal Rights Amendment, a proposed amendment to the United States Constitution designed to guarantee equal legal rights for all American citizens regardless of sex. Proponents assert it would end legal distinctions between men and women in matters of divorce, property, employment, and other matters. The first version of an ERA was written by Alice Paul and Crystal Eastman and introduced in Congress in December 1923. The posters feature powerful imagery and slogans that were used to inspire change during a pivotal time in American history. Archive is in very good condition.

Item #20384

Price: $550.00