Gertrude Weil
c. 1998
18.00 in HIGH x 23.88 in WIDE
(45.72 cm HIGH x 60.64 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Bottom right reads, "This poster was made possible by funding from a group of Smith College alumnae. (c) Jewish Women's Archive, tel. 617.232.2258..." Bottom left has a logo for the Jewish Women's Arvhice and provides a website for more information.

Poster has an orange, black and white background with orange, black and white text. Main image in the upper two-thirds of the poster is of seven women standing and a man kneeling, Gertrude Weil is highlighted by a square. The women are wearing sashes that say, "Votes for Women," and the man is holding a sign that reads, "Battalion of Male Sympathizers." Inset to the left are photographs of women for the Equal Suffrage Association of North Carolina.. In the center, poster has the quote, "It is so obvious that to treat people equally is the right thing to do," which is above Gertrude Weil's name. In the lower third of the poster is a paragraph about Gertrude Weil and a timeline of her life and accomplishments which starts with her birth in 1879 and ends with her death in 1971.
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