The Women's History Month ClipArt gallery includes 51 illustrations highlighting the contributions of women. It is celebrated during March in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia. In Canada, it is celebrated during October. Visit the Famous People section of ClipArt ETC for illustrations of many more famous women.

The second First Lady of the United States of America. She was married to John Adams.

Abigail Adams

The second First Lady of the United States of America. She was married to John Adams.

The wife of John Quincy Adams. She served as First Lady of the United States from 1825 to 1829.

Louisa Catherine Adams

The wife of John Quincy Adams. She served as First Lady of the United States from 1825 to 1829.

(1832-1888) Children's author who wrote <I>Little Women</I> amongst other children's stories.

Louisa May Alcott

(1832-1888) Children's author who wrote Little Women amongst other children's stories.

Queen of England

Queen Anne of England

Queen of England

(1820-1906) A prominent American civil rights leader and abolitionist, who worked to secure women's suffrage in the United States.

Susan B. Anthony

(1820-1906) A prominent American civil rights leader and abolitionist, who worked to secure women's…

Clarissa Harlowe Barton was a pioneer American teacher, nurse, and humanitarian. She is best remembered for organizing the American Red Cross.

Clara Barton

Clarissa Harlowe Barton was a pioneer American teacher, nurse, and humanitarian. She is best remembered…

Famous social reformer.

Lillie Devereux Blake

Famous social reformer.

(1816-1855) Bronte was an English novelist and known for her following novels: <em>Jane Eyre, Shirley, Villtte</em>, and <em>The Professor</em>.

Charlotte Bronte

(1816-1855) Bronte was an English novelist and known for her following novels: Jane Eyre, Shirley,

Elizabeth Comstock, an early member of the reform movement in the United States.

Elizabeth Comstock

Elizabeth Comstock, an early member of the reform movement in the United States.

A French physicist and chemist famous for her work on radioactivity. She was the first person honored with two Nobel prizes, in physics and chemisty.

Marie Curie

A French physicist and chemist famous for her work on radioactivity. She was the first person honored…

(1820-1880) George Eliot is the literary name assumed by Marian Evans, who was a novelist.

George Eliot

(1820-1880) George Eliot is the literary name assumed by Marian Evans, who was a novelist.

(1533-1603) Queen of England 1558-1603

Queen Elizabeth I of England

(1533-1603) Queen of England 1558-1603

Printer and publisher of her magazine, "Victoria Magazine," she employed only women and advocated women to work.

Emily Faithfull

Printer and publisher of her magazine, "Victoria Magazine," she employed only women and advocated women…

(1864-1936) Suffragette who wrote <I>Ships that Pass in The Night</I>

Beatrice Harraden

(1864-1936) Suffragette who wrote Ships that Pass in The Night

(1750-1848) German astronomer who worked in England from 1772 to 1822.

Caroline Lucretia Herschel

(1750-1848) German astronomer who worked in England from 1772 to 1822.

Julia was an abolitionist and poet. She is famous for the <em>Battle Hymn of the Republic</em> and for proclaiming Mother's Day in 1870. Mrs. Howe also focused her energy on women's suffrage.

Julia Ward Howe

Julia was an abolitionist and poet. She is famous for the Battle Hymn of the Republic and for…

Queen Isabella of Spain

Queen Isabella

Queen Isabella of Spain

The wife of Thomas Jefferson, the third President of the United States. She never held the position of First Lady of the United States because she died before Thomas Jefferson ever made it in to office.

Martha Jefferson

The wife of Thomas Jefferson, the third President of the United States. She never held the position…

Joan of Arc, surnamed the 'Maid of Orleans.'

Joan of Arc

Joan of Arc, surnamed the 'Maid of Orleans.'

Wife of Frank Leslie, who was a feminist author and knew five languages fluently.

Miriam Florence Leslie

Wife of Frank Leslie, who was a feminist author and knew five languages fluently.

The wife of Abraham Lincoln, the sixteenth President of the United States of America. She served as First Lady from 1861 until 1865.

Mary Todd Lincoln

The wife of Abraham Lincoln, the sixteenth President of the United States of America. She served as…

Lawyer and feminist and was the first female lawyer to argue before the Supreme Court. She was the presidential candidate for the National Equal Rights Party.

Belva Ann Lockwood

Lawyer and feminist and was the first female lawyer to argue before the Supreme Court. She was the presidential…

The founder of the Wheaton Female Seminary in Massachusetts. Two years later, she established Mount Holyoke Female Seminary.

Mary Lyon

The founder of the Wheaton Female Seminary in Massachusetts. Two years later, she established Mount…

The wife of President James Madison. She acted as First Lady of the United States of America while Thomas Jefferson was in office because he was a widower.

Dolley Todd Madison

The wife of President James Madison. She acted as First Lady of the United States of America while Thomas…

Mary I (18 February 1516 - 17 November 1558), was Queen of England and Queen of Ireland from 19 July 1553 until her death. The fourth crowned monarch of the Tudor dynasty, she is remembered for restoring England to Roman Catholicism after succeeding her short-lived half brother, Edward VI, to the English throne. In the process, she had almost 300 religious dissenters burned at the stake in the Marian Persecutions, earning her the sobriquet of Bloody Mary. Her reestablishment of Roman Catholicism was reversed by her successor and half-sister, Elizabeth I.

Mary I of England

Mary I (18 February 1516 - 17 November 1558), was Queen of England and Queen of Ireland from 19 July…

Although the Stewart family had gained the Scottish throne Marjory, Mary, Queen of Scots became Queen only because all male alternatives had been exhausted.

Mary Queen of Scots

Although the Stewart family had gained the Scottish throne Marjory, Mary, Queen of Scots became Queen…

An American educator, reformer, and women suffragist.

Harriet McCabe

An American educator, reformer, and women suffragist.

(1870-1952) Italian doctor and educator best known for the development of the Montessori method of education.

Maria Montessorri

(1870-1952) Italian doctor and educator best known for the development of the Montessori method of education.

The launcher of women's political advocacy. She was considered to be the first major American women's activist.

Lucretia Mott

The launcher of women's political advocacy. She was considered to be the first major American women's…

Molly Pitcher salutes Washington during the Battle of Monmouth.

Molly Pitcher

Molly Pitcher salutes Washington during the Battle of Monmouth.

(1595-1617) Powhatan who helped save the life of Captain John Smith.

Pocahontas

(1595-1617) Powhatan who helped save the life of Captain John Smith.

Queen of Madagascar from 1883 to 1897.

Ranavalona III

Queen of Madagascar from 1883 to 1897.

(--1780) provided relief to American soldiers in the revolution. Wife of General Joseph Reed.

Esther Reed

(--1780) provided relief to American soldiers in the revolution. Wife of General Joseph Reed.

Mrs. Stanton was an early women's rights activist and abolitionist of slavery.

Elizabeth Cady Stanton

Mrs. Stanton was an early women's rights activist and abolitionist of slavery.

Empress of Germany and Austria, and queen of Hungary and Bohemia.

Maria Theresa

Empress of Germany and Austria, and queen of Hungary and Bohemia.

Born in Ohio on August 24, 1816. She was a reformer and woman suffragist.

Eliza J. Thompson

Born in Ohio on August 24, 1816. She was a reformer and woman suffragist.

(1819-1901) Queen of England 1837-1901

Queen Victoria of England

(1819-1901) Queen of England 1837-1901

(1819-1901) Queen of England 1837-1901

Queen Victoria of England

(1819-1901) Queen of England 1837-1901

Dr. Walker (1832-1919) was a feminist, abolitionist, prohibitionist, spy, prisoner of war, surgeon and the only woman to receive the Medal of Honor.

Dr. Mary Edwards Walker

Dr. Walker (1832-1919) was a feminist, abolitionist, prohibitionist, spy, prisoner of war, surgeon and…

The first First Lady of the United States of America. She was married to George Washington.

Martha Washington

The first First Lady of the United States of America. She was married to George Washington.

Queen of the Netherlands during World War I.

Queen Wilhelmina

Queen of the Netherlands during World War I.

An American women's suffragist. She had a heavy influence in the passage of the 18th and 19th amendments to the United States Constitution.

Frances E. Willard

An American women's suffragist. She had a heavy influence in the passage of the 18th and 19th amendments…

Frances Elizabeth Caroline Willard was an educator and women's suffragist. She was president of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union. Willard founded <em>The Union Signal</em>. She was also active is the passage of the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Amendments.

Frances Elizabeth Willard

Frances Elizabeth Caroline Willard was an educator and women's suffragist. She was president of the…

An American educator, reformer, and women suffragist.

Frances Elizabeth Willard

An American educator, reformer, and women suffragist.

"When women vote--the problem solved"

Women's Suffrage cartoon

"When women vote--the problem solved"

"House cleaning day"

Women's Suffrage cartoon

"House cleaning day"

"The ostrich-minded voter"

Women's Suffrage cartoon

"The ostrich-minded voter"

"A nut she doesn't try to crack. No equal suffrage state or country ever repealed its suffrage law."

Women's Suffrage cartoon

"A nut she doesn't try to crack. No equal suffrage state or country ever repealed its suffrage law."

"The opposition swan-song. Nobody wants woman suffrage."

Women's Suffrage cartoon

"The opposition swan-song. Nobody wants woman suffrage."

"The attraction. Meeting will be addressed by a good looking suffragette by order of committee. Busy Bill--Maybe I don't know politics, but I knows human nature in the cow country. The sign fetched 'em!"

Women's Suffrage cartoon

"The attraction. Meeting will be addressed by a good looking suffragette by order of committee. Busy…

"One ounce of fact is worth a ton of theory."

Women's Suffrage cartoon

"One ounce of fact is worth a ton of theory."