Our stunning photo collection features women through the lens of National Geographic's celebrated photographers. The images are drawn from its new book, "Women: The National Geographic Image Collection." They show the impact women have had since they gained the right to vote in 1919. In the photo above, NatGeo's first woman photographer and writer, Eliza Scidmore, captures Japanese women in their ritual of viewing cherry blossoms. She later advocated to plant cherry trees in Washington, D.C. The collection will be auctioned at ICFJ's Awards Dinner on Nov. 7. Each photo is framed and comes with a certificate of authenticity.
To place a bid before Nov.7, click here. A portion is tax deductible. Winners will also receive a hardcover copy of the NatGeo book featuring more than 450 images of women.