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1979 Mar. 30

Henry, Diana Mara

Louise Nevelson and admirer

New York (N.Y.) - Louise Nevelson listens to an admirer's whisper at the Gala Benefit to Introduce New York Feminist Art Institute, honoring her for her sculpture, "Skygate New York" on the Mezzanine of One World Trade Center.

Diana Mara Henry Papers

1978

Henry, Diana Mara

Patricia Schroeder, Jean Stapleton and Karen De Crow

New York (N.Y.) - Patricia Schroeder, Jean Stapleton and Karen De Crow at the Lincoln Center fundraiser for the founding of the National Women's Political Caucus. A graduate of Harvard Law School, Patricia Schroeder had worked as a lawyer and lecturer before entering Congress. Her time in the House was notable for her involvement with a coalition of feminist Congresswomen in the 1980s and 19... more

Diana Mara Henry Papers

1975 Apr.

Henry, Diana Mara

Massachusetts Governor and Senator at the Bicentennial Commemoration

Concord (Mass.) - Fourth and fifth from left: MA Governor Michael and Mrs. Kitty Dukakis, and further on, Caroline Kennedy and MA Senator Edward Kennedy at the Old North Bridge, Concord, MA, April 1975, at the bicentennial commemoration of the initial conflict of the American Revolutionary War.

Diana Mara Henry Papers

1979 Jan.

Henry, Diana Mara

Koryne Horbal, Maggie Peyton, and Letty Cottin Pogrebin at the MS magazine office press conference

Left to right: Laurie Junguert, Phyllis Chesler, Koryne Horbal, Maggie Peyton, Letty Cottin Pogrebin holding Ariel Chesler, and Bea Kreloff at MS magazine office press conference, January 1979, in solidarity with Bella Abzug after Abzug’s dismissal by President Carter from the chairmanship of the National Advisory Committee on Women.

Diana Mara Henry Papers

1977

Henry, Diana Mara

Two male dancers performing

Caption on back of print: Not-for-himself supported by Empathy. Daryl Gray and Louis Bartoletto performing in Grays' "Untitled" ballet. Based on a saying from the Talmud, the Jewish commentary on the Bible. "If I am not for myself who will be for me? However, if I am only for myself what am I?" --Hillel. Premiere September 25, 1977, New York City, Theresa L. Kaufmann Concert Hall... more

Diana Mara Henry Papers

1986

Henry, Diana Mara

Eddyville schoolhouse

Ulster County (N.Y.) - Clothesline set up behind a one-room school house in Ulster County, New York. This one was actually a two-room school, it is now a home.

Diana Mara Henry Papers

1981 June

Henry, Diana Mara

Close-up of the Marine Hymn '81 poster

Brentwood (Los Angeles, Calif.) - Close-up of the "Marine Hymn '81" words posted in a tree in front off the demonstration an hospital during the Vietnam Veteran hunger strikers’ encampment at the Wadsworth VA hospital. "From the swamps of the Mekong delta to the highlands we did roam, and returned from Saigon's battles to indifference back home, We were sprayed with Agent Orange and saw our comrades fall, Now we stand in unemployment ... more

Diana Mara Henry Papers

1977

Henry, Diana Mara

Celebration of women's rights

Houston (Tex.) - The finale celebration seen from the stage at the First National Women's Conference in Houston, Texas. Among the celebrants are Koryne Horbal, Coretta Scott King, John Mack Carter, Sey Chassler, Midge Costanza, and photographer Bettye Lane standing on a chair at middle right.

Diana Mara Henry Papers

1977

Henry, Diana Mara

L. Mandy Stellman, delegate from Wisconsin

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

1972

Henry, Diana Mara

Abraham Joshua Heschel and George McGovern

New York (N.Y.) - Smiling Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel endorses George McGovern for President at Temple Shaaray Tefila in New York City.

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