Supersisters: Original Roster

The Supersisters card set was produced and distributed in 1979, with 72 women returning a letter allowing the use of their name and likenesses in the unique product. Below is an uncut sheet of the entire set, followed by the roster. To match the card with the Supersister, start at the fourth card in, from the left -- that's No. 1, skier, Suzy Chafee. Then go down for cards 2-9. Card No. 10 is at the top of the third column, Card No. 19 is at the top of the second column, and so on.

1. Suzy Chaffee, skier

2. Nancy Dickerson, news correspondent

3. Pat Schroeder, U.S. Representative, Colorado

4. Margaret Chase Smith former U.S. Senator, Maine

5. Lynn D. Salvage, banker

6. Sally J. Priesand, rabbi

7. Letty Cottin Pogebrin author, editor at Ms. Magazine

8. Bella Abzug politician, feminist leader

9. Helen Reddy, singer, songwriter

10. Lois Gould, author

11. Sonia Manzano, actress on Sesame Street

12. Helen Thomas, Chief of UPI White House bureau

13. Virginia Hamilton, author

14. Carla Anderson Hills, attorney, former Cabinet member

15. Mary Louise Smith, politician

16. Margaret Mead, anthropologist

17. Wendy Boglioli, swimmer

18. Julie Harris, actress

19. Rosie Casals, tennis player

20. Elly Peterson, chair, ERAmerica

21. Mary Rose Oakar, U.S. Representative, Ohio

22. Linda Winikow, state senator, New York

23. Lucinda Franks, journalist

24. Bonnie Tiburzi, pilot

25. Leonor Sullivan, consumer activist

26. Caroline Bird, author

27. Rosa Parks, civil rights leader

28. Helen Meyner, former U.S. Representative, New Jersey

29. Doriot Anthony Dwyer, flautist

30. Lindy Cochran, skier

31. Maxine Kumin, poet

32. Gloria Steinem author, editor at Ms. Magazine

33. Gladys Noon Spellman, U.S. Representative, Maryland

34. Malvina Reynolds, singer

35. Eleanor Smeal, president of NOW

36. Ann Carr, gymnast

37. Laura Lee Ching, surfer

38. Shari Lewis, puppeteer

39. Barbara Mikulski, U.S. Representative, Maryland

40. Meredith Monk, choreographer, dancer

41. Barbara Garner Proctor, advertising executive

42. Katharine Graham, publisher, The Washington Post

43. Ruby Dee, actress

44. Marlo Thomas, actress

45. Kathrine Switzer, long distance runner

46. Miki Gorman, long distance runner

47. Barbara Ann Cochran, skier

48. Wendy Turnbull, tennis player

49. Shirley Hufstedler, Secretary of Education

50. Kathy Johnson, gymnast

51. Claudia Weill, film director

52. Jane Pauley, television journalist

53. Janet Guthrie, race car driver

54. Debbie Gary Callier, aerobatic pilot

55. Jane Alexander, actress

56. Jane Trahey, advertising executive

57. Jane Cahill Pfeiffer, chair, NBC

58. Cindy Nelson, skier

59. Rhonda Schwandt, gymnast

60. Jane Bryant Quinn, financial commentator

61. Sarah Weddington, special assistant to President Carter

62. Robin Morgan, author, poet

63. Jackie Casello, gymnast

64. Cathy Rigby Mason, gymnast

65. Melanie Smith, equestrian

66. Buffy Sainte-Marie, Native American activist, singer

67. Natalie Dunn, roller skater

68. Cathy Carr, swimmer

69. Leslie Uggams, actress, singer

70. Helen Hayes, actress

71. Shirley Chisholm, U.S. Representative, New York

72. Ntozake Shange, playwright