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Abortion

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Don't labour under a misconception: repeal the abortion laws, n.d. [1970s]

 Item
Identifier: ocot005
Scope and Contents Black and white poster with a reproduction of the painting 'Whistler's Mother' by James Abbott McNeill Whistler (1834-1902), featuring a portrait of a seated elderly woman. The painting has been altered so that she appears pregnant. Includes the text in large block lettering 'Don't labour under a misconception' and in smaller print 'repeal the abortion laws'.
Dates: n.d. [1970s]

This woman died: we care, n.d. [1970s?]

 Item
Identifier: ocot002
Scope and Contents Disturbing content.

Laminated poster with bold black text 'This woman died we care' and 'Support safe legal abortions'. Features a black and white photograph of a naked woman lying on a bathroom floor with tubing and newspaper pages in the foreground, her death apparently the result of self-induced abortion.
Dates: n.d. [1970s?]

Would men support legal abortion if it was them that got pregnant?, n.d. [1970s]

 Item
Identifier: ocot063
Scope and Contents Black and white poster includes a large photograph of a man in profile with bulging midriff, as if pregnant. Bold text beneath reads 'would men support legal abortion if it was them that got pregnant?'. Tears to edges.
Dates: n.d. [1970s]