At 144 Constitution Avenue visitors will find the oldest house on Capitol Hill and the longtime headquarters of the National Women's Party. The National Women's Party was founded in 1916 by radical feminist Alice Paul and was instrumental in winning women's suffrage and in the long fight for women's equality in the USA.
Honor the work of the National Women's Party with this Belmont-Paul Women's Equality National Monument magnet. The design depicts the colorful stained glass above the door to the famous headquarters. Add it to your collection or give it as a gift to your favorite feminist.
This product has not yet been reviewed.