Emma Goldman
Late 20th Early 21st Century
24 in HIGH x 18 in WIDE
(60.96 cm HIGH x 45.72 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

"(c) Jewish Women''s Archive, tel. 617.232.2258" followed by photo and quotation credits at the bottom right, along with information on the Archive.

Poster printed on white paper. At the top left is a black and white photo of a woman standing above a sea of hat-wearing figures. The top right has a black background. Text across the photo and black background reads "become daring enough to demand your rights." There is a quote in white at the top right and a brief biography on Emma Goldman in the black. At the center is "Emma Goldman / I represent truth and a never-to-be-destroyed longing for liberty." in red and gray, with a black and white photo of a woman writing in front of a vase of flowers. At the bottom left is a semitransparent version of the photo from the top left, with overlaid images of a woman and white text with a timeline. The bottom right is green, with white text starting with "Emma Goldman, / (of New York) / The Anarchist Orator, / will deliver the following lectures at the / Athenaeum Hall" follwoed by details from the 1899 events.
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