Rebecca Gratz
18.00 in HIGH x 24.00 in WIDE
(45.72 cm HIGH x 60.96 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Bottom left has a paragraph that starts with, "This poster is part of the Women of Valor series created and distributed by the Jewish Women's Arvhice and Ma'yan: The Jewish Women's Project a program of The JCC on the Upper West Side..."

Poster has a white background with blue, black and red text and graphics. In the center is an image of a road and sidewalk in front of a large building with women, men, and carriages traveling on the road. At the lower left of the image is a black and white painting of Rebecca Gratz and to the right of the main image is an inset blue and white image of a building with a columned entrance. Toward the top left is a paragraph describing Rebecca Gratz and her significance in defining a new identity for American women. In the top right corner is a chronology of Rebecca Gratz, her life and accomplishments, starting with her birth in 1781 and ending with her death in 1869. The lower left has a quote from the Female Hebrew Benevolent Society Report, 1835 that reads, "Piety, self-respect and charity will...make our wilderness bloom."
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