The Rebel: A Visual Representation of First-Wave Feminism in the Work of Frances Benjamin Johnston

  title={The Rebel: A Visual Representation of First-Wave Feminism in the Work of Frances Benjamin Johnston},
  author={Hayley D. K. McGuirk},
  journal={Women's Studies},
  pages={475 - 497}
This article seeks to identify the competing ideological factions that contributed to the rise of first-wave feminism (1848–1920) in the United States. Discussing how these ideologies were visually... 


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Contact print from Frances Benjamin Johnston negative LC-J713-8730. Forms part of: Frances Benjamin Johnston Collection (Library of Congress).
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