• First Wave Statue Exhibit

    Women's Rights

    National Historical Park New York

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First Wave Statue Exhibit

group of life-size bronze statues representing some of the particpants of the First Women's Rights Convention

"The First Wave" statue exhibit in the lobby of the park visitor center. Elizabeth Cady Stanton is at the far left.

Sculptor Lloyd Lillie's "The First Wave" features life-size bronze statues of the five women who organized the First Women's Rights Convention, and a few of the men who came in support of social, political, and religious equality for women.
View The First Wave brochure
page 1 (pdf 72 KB)| page 2 (pdf 45 KB)

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