108 results found for: subject:"National Women's Conference (1st \\: 1977 \\: Houston, Tex.)"

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1977

Henry, Diana Mara

Delthia Akiu

Delthia Akiu, a Honolulu delegate, wearing a "Majority" anti-Equal Rights Amendment ribbon at the First National Women's Conference in Houston, Texas.

Diana Mara Henry Papers

1977

Henry, Diana Mara

Oral historian taking delegate's history

An oral historian taking a delegate's history at the First National Women's Conference in Houston, Texas.

Diana Mara Henry Papers

1977

Henry, Diana Mara

Alcoholism is a women's issue

Outside the First National Women's Conference in Houston, Texas, a woman wears a tee-shirt that reads "Alcoholism is a Women's Issue".

Diana Mara Henry Papers

1977

Henry, Diana Mara

Visitor tries take a whack

Visitor with braid tries "taking a whack" at hammering nails into a piece of wood at a booth display of Women in Community Service Inc. at the First National Women's Conference in Houston, Texas.

Diana Mara Henry Papers

1977

Henry, Diana Mara

Suitcases at First National Women's Conference

Suitcases at the hotel during check in of delegates to the First National Women's Conference in Houston, Texas.

Diana Mara Henry Papers

1977

Henry, Diana Mara

Exhibits

A woman looks at state exhibits at the First National Women's Conference in Houston, Texas.

Diana Mara Henry Papers

1977

Henry, Diana Mara

High Chief Pulu Peneueta , mayor of Pago Pago

High Chief Talatoupusamoaolemalo Pulu Peneueta of Pago Pago, a delegate from American Samoa at the First National Women's Convention in Houston, Texas.

Diana Mara Henry Papers

1977

Henry, Diana Mara

Delegate Doyenne

Delegate Doyenne at the First National Women's Conference in Houston, Texas.

Diana Mara Henry Papers

1977

Henry, Diana Mara

Father Depaul Genska

Father Depaul Genska being interviewed at the First National Women's Conference in Houston, Texas.

Diana Mara Henry Papers

1977

Henry, Diana Mara

Keep 'em in the closet

A delegate at the First National Women's Conference in Houston, Texas expresses her displeasure with the passage of a plank on freedom of sexual preference by raising a home-made sign.

Diana Mara Henry Papers