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Support Susan B. Anthony Center events. Proceeds from the sale of the following items will go to support community events the Center will host throughout 2020 to celebrate the Centennial of National Women’s Voting Rights (1920-2020). In 1920, the federal government ratified the 19th amendment granting women the right to vote across the nation.
Floral Suffrage Note Cards (Set of 4)
Floral note cards were designed by a local (Rochester) artist, Abbe Czajkowski, to honor the 2017 New York Women’s Voting Rights Centennial. Used in different cultures over time, the language of flowers, florigraphy, was popularized during the Victorian era. Inspired by history, Susan B. Anthony, and the continuation of her work, the language of flowers is the foundation of these art pieces. The meanings of the individual flowers and herbs are available on the Center’s website:
. The dimensions of the closed cards are 6 1/4" by 4 5/8". These cards are blank inside.
Art Competition Note Cards (Set of 4)
Early in 2017, the Susan B. Anthony Center held an art competition to produce a set of note cards featuring art pieces alongside quotes from Susan B. Anthony. The winning artists (from top to bottom) were University of Rochester psychology professor Dr. Marie-Joelle Estrada, Simon Business School student Michelle Quash, University of Rochester alumna Amanda Lai, and community member Elizabeth Rintels. The dimensions of the closed cards are 6 1/4" by 4 5/8". These cards have quotes inside as depicted by the images above.
SBAC Pathway Jewelry
Designed by a local (Rochester) artist, Joanne Lachiusa of LaQ Designs, the five design elements of this piece represent the artists interpretation of the mission statement of the Susan B. Anthony Center at the University of Rochester. "S" is a path we are all on towards justice and equality. "B" represents a book (the exchange of ideas) with an equal sign through it to represent equality. "A" has two parts: the pillar as a sign of wisdom, policy, and knowledge, and an alternate path as there are many paths to get to knowledge. The pearl represents the “pearl of wisdom”.
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Sterling silver pendant with pearl on 18” sterling chain -- $75
Sterling silver pendant with pearl on 18” black leather cord -- $65
Sterling silver pendant with pearl (without chain/cord) -- $60
Sterling silver pin/ lapel pin (without pearl) -- $60
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