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Front and back of card #38, Shari Lewis
Front and back of card #38, Shari Lewis

Supersisters was a set of 72 trading cards produced and distributed in the United States in 1979 by Supersisters, Inc. They featured famous women from politics, media and entertainment, culture, sports, and other areas of achievement. The cards were designed in response to the trading cards popular among children in the US at the time which mostly featured men.[1]

The cards were created by Lois Rich of Irvington, New York, and her sister Barbara Egerman, of Ridgefield, Connecticut, a teacher, librarian, and founder of the Ohio chapter of the National Organization for Women. They conceived of the cards in 1978, after Rich's young daughter asked her why there were no women on trading cards. Rich also discovered that students at a local elementary school could not name five famous women. Rich and Egerman received a small grant from the New York State Education Department and wrote to nearly 500 prominent American women in various fields.[1][2][3] They purposely did not contact a number of notable women[citation needed], including Anita Bryant, Angela Davis, Phyllis Schlafly, and the cast of Charlie's Angels. Jane Fonda, Betty Ford, Rosalynn Carter, and Ella T. Grasso were among those who did not respond or declined to participate.[4]

[5] Of those who did respond, they included the first 72 in the trading card set, including Jane Pauley, Margaret Mead, and Gloria Steinem.[4][5] By 1981, they reported that they had sold 15,000 trading card sets, selling many to schools and colleges.[2]

Reaction to the cards was largely positive, though some later critics called the cards "misguided" and "trivial".[6][7] Sets of the trading cards are in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art and the University of Iowa library.[7][8]

Card #[9] Name[9] Occupation
1 Suzy Chaffee Olympic skier
2 Nancy Dickerson journalist
3 Pat  Schroeder US Congresswoman
4 Margaret Chase Smith US Senator
5 Lynn D.  Salvage banker
6 Sally J. Priesand rabbi
7 Letty Cottin  Pogrebin   author
8  Bella S.  Abzug US Congresswoman
9 Helen  Reddy singer
10 Lois  Gould  author
11 Sonia  Manzano actress
12 Helen  Thomas journalist
13 Virginia  Hamilton author
14  Carla Anderson  Hills   lawyer, US cabinet level secretary
15 Mary Louise Smith chair of Republican National Committee
16 Margaret  Mead anthropologist
17  Wendy  Boglioli   Olympic swimmer
18 Julie  Harris actress
19  Rosie  Casals  tennis player
20 Elly Peterson politician
21 Mary Rose  Oakar US Congresswoman
22 Linda  Winikow   New York State Senator
23 Lucinda  Franks   journalist
24  Bonnie  Tiburzi  First female pilot to fly for a major U.S. airline.
25  Leonor K.  Sullivan US Congresswoman
26 Caroline  Bird author
27 Rosa  Parks  civil rights pioneer
28 Helen Stevenson  Meyner   US Congresswoman
29 Doriot Anthony  Dwyer  flautist
30 Lindy  Cochran     skier
31 Maxine  Kumin poet
32 Gloria  Steinem  author
33 Gladys Noon  Spellman US Congresswoman
34 Malvina  Reynolds  singer-songwriter
35 Eleanor Cutri  Smeal National Organization for Women president
36 Ann  Carr  gymnast
37 Laura Lee  Ching surfer
38 Shari  Lewis  entertainer
39 Barbara A.  Mikulski US Congresswoman
40 Meredith  Monk  composer and choreographer
41 Barbara Gardner  Proctor advertising
42 Katharine  Graham  newspaper publisher
43 Ruby Dee actress
44 Marlo  Thomas   actress
45 Kathrine Switzer author, runner
46 Miki  Gorman  runner
47 Barbara Ann  Cochran Olympic skier
48 Wendy  Turnbull tennis player
49 Shirley M. Hufstedler federal judge, US cabinet level secretary
50 Kathy  Johnson gymnast
51 Claudia  Weill  film director
52 Jane  Pauley  journalist
53 Janet  Guthrie  race car driver
54 Debbie Gary  Callier  pilot
55 Jane  Alexander   actress
56 Jane  Trahey  advertising
57 Jane Cahill  Pfeiffer  television executive
58 Cindy  Nelson   skier
59 Rhonda Schwandt  gymnast
60 Jane Bryant  Quinn   journalist
61 Sarah Weddington  lawyer
62 Robin Morgan    author
63 Jackie Cassello  gymnast
64 Cathy Rigby Mason Olympic gymnast
65 Melanie Smith Olympic equestrian
66 Buffy Sainte-Marie  singer
67 Natalie Dunn  roller skater
68 Cathy  Carr Olympic swimmer
69 Leslie Uggams actress
70 Helen Hayes actress
71 Shirley Chisholm US Congresswoman
72 Ntozake  Shange  poet

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References

  1. ^ a b Ferritti, Fred (9 Mar 1980). "Success was in the Cards". New York Times. pp. WC10.
  2. ^ a b Haitch, Richard (25 October 1981). "Follow-Up on the News; 'Supersisters'". New York Times. Retrieved 1 May 2014.
  3. ^ Irwin, Victoria (20 February 1980). "'I'll trade you a Pete Rose for your Jane Pauley'". Christian Science Monitor. Retrieved 1 May 2014.
  4. ^ a b Baranski, Lynne (7 April 1980). "Hey, I'll Swap Ya a Stargell for a Steinem! A Sister Team Creates Female Trading Cards That Flip the Kids". People. Archived from the original on 10 March 2016.
  5. ^ a b "Feminine trading cards are big rage". The Day. Associated Press. 10 November 1980. Retrieved 29 April 2014.
  6. ^ Levy, Alan H. (5 December 2013). The Political Life of Bella Abzug, 1976–1998: Electoral Failures and the Vagaries of Identity Politics. Lexington Books. p. 162. ISBN 978-0-7391-8725-8.
  7. ^ a b Dorpinghaus, Sarah (8 April 2008). "IDL staff pick: Supersisters trading cards, 1979". Digital Research & Publishing, University of Iowa Libraries. Retrieved 29 April 2014.
  8. ^ Zanis, Liz (3 April 2014). "Collecting Inspiration with Supersisters". Museum of Modern Art. Retrieved 29 April 2014.
  9. ^ a b The entire Supersisters card set is viewable online at the University of Iowa Digital Libraries at http://digital.lib.uiowa.edu/cdm/compoundobject/collection/founders/id/4267/rec/1

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