In recognition of International Women's Day this month and the upcoming The Open Door: Roles of Women in Securities Regulation Gallery, listen to the remembrances of women who have made and continue to make an impact on the regulation of the capital markets:
Photos continues to be the second most-visited section of the virtual museum and archive, just behind Papers, demonstrating the appeal of seeing the images - from portrait and candid photos to posters and cartoons - of persons, actions and moments significant to financial regulation.
As one of the original three sections of the collection from the museum's founding in 2002, the growth of the Photos section has benefited from the accession of historic photos from libraries and archives throughout the nation, photos commissioned for the museum, and - most appreciated - photos contributed by visitors. Visit New in the Museum for new archival and donated photos to the collection
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