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   Equal Rights Envoys of the National Woman's Party who motored to Rapid City where the delegation, consisting principally of western women, saw President Coolidge and asked his aid for the Equal Rights Amendment now pending in Congress. The national delegates are here bidding farewell to Rapid City women who organized a branch in support of the Equal Rights program.

Created / Published

   [1927 July] 

Subject Headings

   -  National Woman's Party 
   -  Photographs 
   -  United States -- South Dakota -- Rapid City 




   -  Summary: Photograph of group of women standing outside waving. One vehicle behind them has banner, "Equal Rights Envoys to President Coolidge National Woman's Party." 
   -  Title transcribed from item. 


   1 photograph: print; 8 x 10 in. 

Call Number

   Location: National Woman's Party Records, Group I, Container I:159, Folder: Black Hills, South Dakota, Deputation to President Coolidge 

Source Collection

   Records of the National Woman's Party


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