In honor of Women’s History Month, try matching these famous females throughout history with their respective glasses below. Answers after the jump!
An actress and one-time Goodwill Ambassador of UNICEF, Audrey is best known for her starring roles in “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” and “My Fair Lady.” Besides acting, she spent much of her life working to help impoverished children in poor nations.
She was the first presidential spouse to hold press conferences, write a syndicated newspaper column and speak at a national convention. Eleanor advocated for expanded roles for women in the workplace, civil rights and the rights of World War II refugees.
She was an English novelist and poet, as well as the eldest of the three Bronte sisters. Because of the times, Charlotte published her works under male pseudonyms – her most famous novel, Jane Eyre, was originally published under the pen name “Currer Bell.”
Jackie Kennedy Onassis
Jackie served as First Lady to President John F. Kennedy and was known for her style and elegance. After JFK’s assassination, she worked as a book editor. Jackie is remembered for her contributions to the arts and historic architecture, and she is still revered to this day as a fashion icon.
Susan B. Anthony
This prominent civil rights leader is remembered for her tireless efforts in fighting for women’s right to vote. She co-founded the women’s rights journal The Revolution and the National Woman Suffrage Association.
Louisa May Alcott
An American novelist and abolitionist, Louisa’s most famous novel, Little Women, was loosely based on her childhood with her three sisters. The book was well received in its time and continues to be one of the most popular novels in literature.
- Charlotte Bronte
- Eleanor Roosevelt
- Susan B. Anthony
- Audrey Hepburn
- Louisa May Alcott
- Jackie Kennedy Onassis