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Houston (Tex.) - Southern delegate at the First National Women's Conference, Houston, Texas.
(Diana Mara Henry Papers)

Henry, Diana Mara
1977
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Houston (Tex.) - An anti-ERA, anti-abortion, anti-sexual preference delegate wearing a "majority" ribbon while needlepointing at the First National Women's Conference in Houston, Texas.
(Diana Mara Henry Papers)

Henry, Diana Mara
1977
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Houston (Tex.) - A woman holding up a bra at the First National Women's Conference in Houston, Texas. The message on the bra reads "We didn't burn 'em" to correct the common misapprehension about "women's libbers".
(Diana Mara Henry Papers)

Henry, Diana Mara
1977
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Houston (Tex.) - A smiling delegate outside the First National Women's Conference in Houston, Texas.
(Diana Mara Henry Papers)

Henry, Diana Mara
1977
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Houston (Tex.) - A delegate at the First National Women's Conference in Houston, Texas with a "GOP ERA button" half-hidden, and a "I am Pro-Plan" sticker. Her bag reads "politics is my bag".
(Diana Mara Henry Papers)

Henry, Diana Mara
1977
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Houston (Tex.) - A delegate at the First National Women's Conference in Houston, Texas.
(Diana Mara Henry Papers)

Henry, Diana Mara
1977
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Houston (Tex.) - Sylvia Ortiz, Peggy Kokernot and Michele Cearcy (full length view) pose with the American flag before running the torch for the last mile of the relay from Seneca Falls, NY to Houston, for the opening of the First National Women's Conference.
(Diana Mara Henry Papers)

Henry, Diana Mara
1977 Nov. 19
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Houston (Tex.) - Delegates from Rhode Island raise their interlocked hands and cheer at the First National Women's Conference in Houston Texas.
(Diana Mara Henry Papers)

Henry, Diana Mara
1977
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Houston (Tex.) - L. Mandy Stellman, a delegate from Wisconsin to the First National Women's Conference in Houston, Texas blows the rape whistle that is her calling card (she is a lawyer) and applauds the passage of a part of the plan of action which included support of an Equal Rights Amendment, freedom of choice on abortion, support for day care, and banning of discrimination based on sexual... more
(Diana Mara Henry Papers)

Henry, Diana Mara
1977
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Houston (Tex.) - Rosalynn Carter and Coretta Scott King at the First National Women's Conference in Houston, Texas.
(Diana Mara Henry Papers)

Henry, Diana Mara
1977