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 National Woman’s Party marching in Washington D.C. May 21, 1922. Art Board Print

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  • Professionally printed on watercolor textured 4 ply art boards
  • A great format for series/collection presentation
  • Individually wrapped in cellophane sleeves
  • Easily applied to walls with 3M velcro dots (4 supplied per board - please apply and remove with care)

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National Woman’s Party marching in Washington D.C. May 21, 1922.

Designed by Sanna Dullaway
Harris & Ewing. National Woman's Party members walking with banners during the dedication ceremonies for the Alva E. Belmont House. United States Washington D.C, 1922. Library of Congress. This photograph was taken 2 years after the 19th amendment became part of the US constitution and women gained the right to vote. It was part of a dedication ceremony for the house Alva Belmont donated to the NWP for the continuation of the Suffrage movement. Ohio State flag and New York state flag visible in crowd, note on tree to the right reads GEORGIA. Color by me!

National Woman’s Party marching in Washington D.C. May 21, 1922. Art Board Print

Designed by Sanna Dullaway

$14.00