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4x5¾ color image of Malta's third President, seated in a formal pose
Photograph signed: "Agatha Barbara". Color, 4x5¾. An air raid warden during World War II and a subsequently a teacher, Agatha Barbara (1923-2002) became the first woman elected to the Parliament of Malta (1947), winning 10 consecutive elections and serving until 1981. A member of the Labour Party, she served twice as Education Minister (1955-1958, 1971-1974), and was sentenced to 43 days of "hard labor" for picketing during the national general strike which followed the resignation of Prime Minister Dom Mintoff (1958). She became the third President of Malta (1982-1987). Corners slightly worn. Ink note (unknown hand) on bottom right corner. Fine condition.

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Born: March 11, 1923 in Zabbar, Malta
Died: February 4, 2002 in Zabbar, Malta

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