• Creator
  • Helaine Victoria Press; Aldecoa, Josefina R., 1926-2011; Associated Press; Wide World Photos, Inc; Funding Exchange; National Community Funds
  • Created Date
  • 1986
  • Description
  • The collection consists of one hundred and twenty-three picture postcards and two greeting cards. The bulk of the postcards represents feminist women and feminist activities. There are also a small number that are less serious in nature, including English seaside postcards, postcards representing magazine graphics, and postcards with amusing catch-phrases. Unidentified and undated Victorian picture postcards with a "battle of the sexes" theme ... more
    The collection consists of one hundred and twenty-three picture postcards and two greeting cards. The bulk of the postcards represents feminist women and feminist activities. There are also a small number that are less serious in nature, including English seaside postcards, postcards representing magazine graphics, and postcards with amusing catch-phrases. Unidentified and undated Victorian picture postcards with a "battle of the sexes" theme also form part of the collection. Postcards are arranged alphabetically by title / subject. Local identification number: W075_030. Feminist Postcard collection Georgia State University Library. less
  • Rights
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    Cite as: W075_030, Feminist Postcard Collection, Archives for Research on Women and Gender. Special Collections and Archives, Georgia State University Library.
    These materials, gathered by the donor from many sources, have been digitized for preservation purposes and are being made available on the Internet for scholarship, educational, and personal use only. These materials document a thematic assemblage of manuscript, photographic, and printed research materials, and neither the donor nor Georgia State University claims ownership of the intellectual property rights for printed materials not created by the donor or Georgia State University. If you are a copyright holder of any part of the content and believe that that content should not be made publicly available, please contact Special Collections and Archives.