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    • Susanne Wilson

    • Political elections; Political campaigns; Municipal offices; Municipal government; Women
    • Campaign publicity for the election of Susanne B. Wilson, April 10th, San Jose City Council Seat #5. The verso of this card describes Wilson's political philosophy: "My basic goal in legislating policy concerning property and services will be that...
    • Susanne Wilson

    • Political elections; Political campaigns; Municipal offices; Municipal government; Women
    • Collage of photographs depicting Susanne Wilson in the kitchen, with the statement "Susie in the Kitchen, STATUS NOT STATIC."
    • Susanne Wilson

    • Political elections; Political campaigns; Municipal offices; Municipal government; Women
    • Councilwoman Susanne Wilson with an identified man holding shovels during the ground breaking ceremony for Grand? and Cushman.
    • Susanne Wilson

    • Political elections; Political campaigns; Municipal offices; Municipal government; Women
    • Photograph of a young man and woman sitting at the kitchen table slicing vegetable. They were involved with Susanne Wilson's campaign for the San Jose City Council.
    • Susanne Wilson

    • Political elections; Political campaigns; Municipal offices; Municipal government; Women
    • Susanne Wilson giving a campagin speech during her election bid for seat #5 of the San Jose City Council.
    • Susanne Wilson

    • Political elections; Political campaigns; Municipal offices; Municipal government; Women;
    • Susanne Wilson with Chris Carter, the son of President Carter and Rosalyn Carter at the New York Democratic Covention.
    • Susanne Wilson

    • Political elections; Political campaigns; Municipal offices; Municipal government; Women
    • Susanne Wilson with Councilwoman Janet Gray Hayes during the 1973 campaign. Gray Hayes ran for mayor. Both Wilson and Gray Hayes won their election bids. By 1978 San Jose became known as the "Feminist Capital," due to the large number of women...

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