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http://time.com/firsts

As part of TIME Firsts, a project featuring 45 groundbreaking women, TIME wants to hear stories from readers. Has a woman or girl you know been a “first?” The first to win the science fair? The first in her family to attend college? The first to become mayor of her city? Share your images and stories using the hashtag#SheIsTheFirst, and they could be featured in @TIME. Read more at Time.com/Firsts.
We're looking back at historical firsts. Edith Wharton became the first woman in America to win the Pulitzer Prize for fiction in 1921. 📷: Apic-Getty Images

As part of TIME Firsts, a project featuring 45 groundbreaking women, TIME wants to hear stories from readers. Has a woman or girl you know been a “first?” The first to win the science fair? The first in her family to attend college? The first to become mayor of her city? Share your images and stories using the hashtag#SheIsTheFirst, and they could be featured in @TIME. Read more at Time.com/Firsts.
We're looking back at historical firsts. Sandra Day O'Connor became the first woman to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court in 1981. 📷 Consolidated News Pictures --- Getty Images.

As part of TIME Firsts, a project featuring 45 groundbreaking women, TIME wants to hear stories from readers. Has a woman or girl you know been a “first?” The first to win the science fair? The first in her family to attend college? The first to become mayor of her city? Share your images and stories using the hashtag #SheIsTheFirst, and they could be featured in @TIME. Read more at Time.com/Firsts.
We're looking back at historical firsts. Wallis Simpson became TIME magazine's first female Person of the Year for 1936.
📷 Dorothy Wilding—TIME Magazine

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As part of TIME Firsts, a project featuring 45 groundbreaking women, TIME wants to hear stories from readers. Has a woman or girl you know been a “first?” The first to win the science fair? The first in her family to attend college? The first to become mayor of her city? Share your images and stories using the hashtag #SheIsTheFirst, and they could be featured in @TIME. Read more at Time.com/Firsts.
We're looking back at historical firsts. Shirley Chisholm became the first African-American woman elected to Congress in 1968 (representing Brooklyn, NY) 📷: Bob Petersen---The LIFE Images Collection/Getty Images

TIME Firsts, a multimedia project featuring 45 glass-shattering women, will premiere Sept. 7 on Time.com/Firsts. Share your own story by hashtagging #SheIsTheFirst for a chance to be featured in @TIME.

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