Who Says There Are No Women Firefighters?
11.00 in HIGH x 17.00 in WIDE
(27.94 cm HIGH x 43.18 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Bottom text reads, "Data from 1970 Census of Population, US Dept. of Commerce, June 1973. Copyright (c) 1978 Lucy Picco Simpson. Posters featured in each issue of TABS, journal of aids for ending sexism in school." The rest of the text talks about cost of issues and the organization address in Brooklyn, NY.

Poster has a white background with black text. Several drawings of women working in careers are pictured and include: firefighters, auto mechanics, judges, plumbers, dentists, airplane pilots, truck drivers, railroad engineers, electricians, farmers and farm managers. Percentages are found next to the number of women in the professions. At the top, the poster reads, "Who says there are no women firefighters?/ Not the 15,808 women who are firefighters."
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