Here is the chronology of the Equal Rights Amendment from 1921-1982.

Here is the chronology of the Equal Rights Amendment from 1921-1982.

Equal Rights envoys from the National Woman's Party went to see President Coolidge to obtain his support in passing the Equal Rights Amendment.

Equal Rights envoys from the National Woman's Party went to see President Coolidge to obtain his support in passing the Equal Rights Amendment.

Women wore these buttons when they campaigned for the Equal Rights Amendment.

Women wore these buttons when they campaigned for the Equal Rights Amendment.

This special issue of the Congressional Digest was published in 1924. It set forth the arguments for and against the Equal Rights Amendment.

This special issue of the Congressional Digest was published in 1924. It set forth the arguments for and against the Equal Rights Amendment.

This booklet explained the National Woman's Party "campaign against President Wilson and the Democratic Party."

This booklet explained the National Woman's Party "campaign against President Wilson and the Democratic Party."

The National Woman's Party distributed this leaflet that explained how the laws in Maryland discriminated against women.

The National Woman's Party distributed this leaflet that explained how the laws in Maryland discriminated against women.

The museum exhibits scrapbooks that documented the media attention given to the National Woman's Party.

The museum exhibits scrapbooks that documented the media attention given to the National Woman's Party.

This is the National Woman’s Party ("NWP") Congressional Voting Card Index. The NWP kept detailed records on those members of Congress that they were lobbying, including their views on suffrage and the Equal Rights Amendment.  They gathered as much information as they could, including personal information.

This is the National Woman’s Party ("NWP") Congressional Voting Card Index. The NWP kept detailed records on those members of Congress that they were lobbying, including their views on suffrage and the Equal Rights Amendment. They gathered as much information as they could, including personal information.

National Woman's Party ("NWP") members wore these sashes to events.  The official colors of the NWP were purple, white and gold.

National Woman's Party ("NWP") members wore these sashes to events. The official colors of the NWP were purple, white and gold.

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