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The fruits of our archival research, these beautiful "information delivery devices" help you to remember and transmit the treasures of our positive and morally energetic past. Your purchase of these products helps us to continue to unearth and transmit stories of positive history. We are grateful for your support.
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Large 24" replica sculpture in resin of Adelaide Johnson's "Portrait Monument to Lucretia Mott, Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton." Unveiled in the Rotunda of the U.S. Capitol on Feb. 15, 1921, the birthday of Susan. B. Anthony. Original appears in B/W photos below. Replica includes Johnson's moving 238 word inscription in 24K gold leaf on back of statue. The inscription was erased from the statue in 1921 and has never been restored. Comes with explanatory literature card. Pedestal not included but please inquire if interested. Replica lovingly hand casted in Michigan from a statue sculpted by a female artist in Michigan. No 3-D printer has been used here! The production of this statue has been a labor of love. Your purchase of this rare item helps to support the research and development of further products that transmit the morally energetic stories of our positive past.

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This highly symbolic badge is a replica of a crest that appears on a 1922 Deed of Gift of a house and headquarters from Alva Belmont to the National Woman's Party. The Deed can be found hanging in a frame on the 2d floor of the Belmont-Paul Women's Equality National Monument in Washington, D.C. A card accompanies the badge which interprets the symbolism. Research for this pin was conducted in the archives of the National Woman's Party at the Library of Congress in Washington D.C., as well as the archives that were once held by the National Woman's Party in what was formerly called "The Sewall-Belmont House." Now managed by the National Park Service of the U.S., the house is now called The Belmont-Paul Women's Equality National Monument.

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The "Question Producer" was a pin created in 1927 by Vyvan Donner as a part of the campaign for the Equal Rights Amendment (also known as the "Lucretia Mott Amendment"). This is a replica of the pin/device that was used to educate others about the Equal Rights Amendment. People would ask the wearer, "what is that?" The education would naturally ensue. A card accompanies this pin which explains its history and symbolism.

Research for this pin was conducted in the archives of the National Woman's Party at the Library of Congress in Washington D.C., as well as the archives that were once held by the National Women's Party in what was formerly called "The Sewall-Belmont House." Now managed by the National Park Service of the U.S., the house is now called The Belmont-Paul Women's Equality National Monument.

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