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An Anti-Suffrage Button from the Ann Lewis Collection

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An anti-suffrage button from the Ann Lewis Collection. The button reads "Vote no on women's suffrage."

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An anti-suffrage button from the Ann Lewis Collection. The button reads "Vote no on women's suffrage."

Ruth Gruber, 2015

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Journalist and writer Ruth Gruber in New York City, August, 2015.
Courtesy of Cynthia S. Yoken
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Journalist and writer Ruth Gruber in New York City, August, 2015.
Courtesy of Cynthia S. Yoken

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Hadassah Logo

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Hadassah Foundation Logo.

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Lauren Shapiro with her Aunt Jennie, cropped

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Lauren Shapiro with her Aunt Jennie.

Lauren Shapiro with her Aunt Jennie.

Lauren Shapiro with her Aunt Jennie near the Grotto

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Lauren Shapiro with her Aunt Jennie near the Grotto.

Lauren Shapiro with her Aunt Jennie near the Grotto.

Lauren Shapiro with her Aunt Jennie

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In front of the Lauren Shapiro's home in the Pelham Parkway housing projects with her Aunt Jennie.
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In front of the Lauren Shapiro's home in the Pelham Parkway housing projects with her Aunt Jennie.

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