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on verso, by Ross Kelbaugh, top right in graphite: AF208; upper right Historic Images barcode sticker; upper right stamped in purple ink: FILED JULY 3-1973; lower center printed in red ink on applied paper: FROM: Margi Booth/Sonny Bierman / RUDER & FINN INCORPORATED / 110 East 59th Street / New York, New York 10022 / [phone number] / FOR: CLAIROL / EXCLUSIVELY TO YOU / IN YOUR CITY / FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE [underlined] / WOMAN OF THE YEAR IN PUBLIC AFFAIRS: SHIRLEY CHISHOLM / In 1968, she became the first Black woman in Congress. In 1971, she was the first / woman of any race to make a serious bid for the Presidency: in this case, on the Democratic / ticket. The Honorable Shirley Chisholm received her tributed with a citation for "proving that any / individual with the capacity for leadership can rise above both sex and racial labels." Born in / Brooklyn, N.Y., which is still her constituency in Congress, Shirley Chisholm studied to be a / teacher, and is a specialist in child welfare. She also prides herself on deriving her power directly / from "the people." In Congress, she serves on the House Education and Labor Committee. She is / married to Conrad Chisholm.


Ross Kelbaugh, Marriottsville, MD; NGA purchase, 2023.

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Kelbaugh, Ross J.

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