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1974

Henry, Diana Mara

Form follows function Ms. now

New York (N.Y.) - A male demonstrator holds up a sign that reads "Form follows function Ms. now!" in front of the New York Times building to pressure them to use the term Ms.(which they finally adopted in 1986).

Diana Mara Henry Papers

1974

Henry, Diana Mara

Feminist arrested

New York (N.Y.) - A woman is arrested while demonstrating outside the New York Times for the use of the term Ms. (which they adopted 12 years later). She is surrounded by demonstrators, police and the press.

Diana Mara Henry Papers

1974

Henry, Diana Mara

Behind the times

New York (N.Y.) - A woman holds a sign that reads "Abe Rosenthal is Behind the Times" during a demonstration outside the New York Times to pressure them to use the term Ms.

Diana Mara Henry Papers

1976

Henry, Diana Mara

Girls with N.O.W. for ERA signs

New York (N.Y.) - Young teen girls participating in an Equal Rights Amendment demonstration holding signs referencing the National Organization for Women and the ERA including "The Time for Equality is N.O.W." and "All People are Created Equal" at the time of the Democratic National Convention in New York City.

Diana Mara Henry Papers

1976

Henry, Diana Mara

Dog marching

New York (N.Y.) - Woman and dog marching in support of the Equal Rights Amendment at demonstration during the time of the Democratic National Convention in New York City.

Diana Mara Henry Papers

1976

Henry, Diana Mara

Gloria Steinem speaks

New York (N.Y.) - Gloria Steinem speaks during the New York City Democratic National Convention women's caucus meeting.

Diana Mara Henry Papers

1976

Henry, Diana Mara

Pennsylvania housewives for the ERA

New York (N.Y.) - A woman wears a sign that reads, "Pennsylvania housewives for the E.R.A." during week of the Democratic Convention week.

Diana Mara Henry Papers

1976

Henry, Diana Mara

Equal Rights Amendment demonstrators

New York (N.Y.) - Demonstrators march with a police guard through the streets of NYC, advocating for the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) during the Democratic National Convention in New York City.

Diana Mara Henry Papers

1976

Henry, Diana Mara

Women work for peanuts without the ERA

New York (N.Y.) - A woman holds a sign during an Equal Rights Amendment demonstration on the occasion of the Democratic National Convention in New York City.

Diana Mara Henry Papers

1976

Henry, Diana Mara

Woman's place

A woman wears a tee shirt that reads "Woman's place is in the house and senate" at the Mario Cuomo victory party.

Diana Mara Henry Papers