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Richard Bennett, noted actor, calling at National Woman's Party Headquarters, underwrites the Equal Rights campaign, and declares: - "Certainly I am a feminist and will stand back of you women until the Equal Rights Amendment is passed by Congress." Mr. Bennett is surrounded by a group of National Woman's Party leaders. (Left to right) Anita Pollitzer, National Secretary of the Woman's Party, Richard Bennett, Wilma Henderson, National Organizer: (upper left) Mrs. Everett Bray, a Founder, and Jessica D. Henerson, member of the Massachusetts State Committee.

Richard Bennett, noted actor, calling at National Woman's Party Headquarters, underwrites the Equal Rights campaign, and declares: - "Certainly I am a feminist and will stand back of you women until the Equal Rights Amendment is passed by Congress." Mr. Bennett is surrounded by a group of National Woman's Party leaders. (Left to right) Anita Pollitzer, National Secretary of the Woman's Party, Richard Bennett, Wilma Henderson, National Organizer: (upper left) Mrs. Everett Bray, a Founder, and Jessica D. Henerson, member of the Massachusetts State Committee.

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