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Series of statements about where women go during the day, including children's school, grocery store, buying clothes, and looking for employment, and how those places are under some type of political control. The final question is: "Who controls…

Trifold brochure with membership blank still attached. The brochure includes reasons to join the New York League of Women Voters, a complete list of officers, and "A Pledge for Conscientious Citizens" by Maud Wood Park, who was the president of the…

In 1933, Carrie Chapman Catt began protesting against the Nazi persecution of Jews. This letter, sent in June, and signed by Catt with a personal note, encouraged readers to gather signatures on an official protest statement. In August 1933, Catt…

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Daily newspaper of Stockton, San Joaquin County, California under various alternative titles from 1904-1969.

The West Coast Magazine, edited at this time by John S. McGroarty, ran a special "Woman's number" in honor of the woman's suffrage win in California.

In June of 1912, one month prior to this issue, Elizabeth Murray Coffin of Iowa was announced as…

Program for pageant and tableau organized and presided over by multiple suffrage organizations. Dr. Anna Shaw officiated. Colonel Theodore Roosevelt gave the evening's address.

One goal was also to encourage attendees to march the following day,…

Anti-suffrage and anti-socialist pamphlet arguing that suffrage and socialism are intricately linked and the movement is a threat to the sanctity of marriage. The author argues, "We are indeed threatened by a red peril in a yellow cloak."

Infographic depicting the various work done by women in wartime, with corresponding uniforms. Page follows other pages in the Journal discussing the style of women's uniforms.

P. 139 of Nov. 1918 may be more rarely digitized. It is not available,…

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Intended to be a complete guide for all women to their rights, government, and commerce. Some illustrations summarizing legislation affecting women and children throughout the United States.

Second image is opposite of the title page.


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Overall size, 10 cm.

1.25" brass rim holding celluloid with reverse metal back. Metal back also has soldered stickpin.
Background of pin is faded yellow, with black lettering circling around outer edges reading “Equal Rights and Personal…