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Wilhelmina Drucker, pionier vrouwenrechten / Wilhelmina Drucker, women's rights pioneer by Nationaal Archief, via Flickr


First woman jury, Los Angeles (LOC) by The Library of Congress, via Flickr


Women's gymnastic society, "Tarpalla", Port Arthur, Ontario, Canada, c.1909. #vintage #Edwardian #gymnasts #Canada


MS-FÉM-USA.21B.1(N)----- 1913 : Suffragist Margaret Foley distributing the Woman's Journal and Suffrage News.


Sculpture outside Mary Seacole Centre in Clapham High St London

Annette Kellerman 1923 Annette Kellerman was a swimming champion in her native Australia. She was the first woman to attempt to swim the English Channel (1905).


Bernice Rickson, 1920's Black Vaudevillian Actress by The Nite Tripper, via Flickr

first african american woman with a phd in psychology and one of the first with a phd. controversial dissertation.

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Wilhelmina Drucker (née Wilhelmina Elizabeth Lensing; Amsterdam, 30 September 1847 - Amsterdam, 5 December 1925) was a Dutch politician and writer. One of the first Dutch feminists, she was also known under her pseudonyms Gipsy, Gitano, and E. Prezcier. - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia