Browse Items (87 total)

  • Collection: Memorabilia

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Gold ribbon with large black type, and the slogan"Votes for women."

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Black pressed letters on yellow felt. Yellow was the official color of the National American Woman Suffrage Association (NAWSA).

"Votes for Women" was one of the most frequently used slogans throughout the woman's suffrage movement.

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Yellow and black cambric pennant with the slogan "Votes for Women" stamped in black. Thin black border on the edges of the pennant. There is a union label in the lower left corner.

This pennant may have been sold by the National American Woman…

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Yellow felt pennant with black appliqué slogan and design.

The main part of the pennant contains the slogan "Votes for Women." The word "Victory" and two trumpet designs are cut into the black attachment along the top.

Yellow and black were…

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Purple, gold and white striped sash. The center stripe is inscribed on both sides with the slogan "Votes for Women" in dark purple.

The colors on the sash were also the official colors of the Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage, later the…

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Salt glaze pitcher that depicts a miner on one side and a woman on the other. Other images include a spade, pick, lighthouse or water pump, ax and a miner's claw. The slogan "Suffrage Universel" appears on each side.

The pitcher is blue with…

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Silver demitasse spoon created for the National American Woman Suffrage Association's convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in November 1912. This is the only known spoon produced for a NAWSA convention.

Engraved on the handle, from the top,…

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Celluloid button picturing the Maryland flag at the center with the word "Maryland" along the bottom. Hanging from the button is a gold ribbon with the slogan "Votes for Women" printed in black.

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Faux-ivory gavel with three sterling silver bands, and a turned rosewood handle and knop end. The display box originally sold with the gavel was missing at the time of purchase.

The engraved inscriptions on both flat hammer ends read: "Nat'l Woman…

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Set of purple playing cards with white and green print, a conjoining V design and the"Votes for Women" slogan printed on all four sides.

The faces of the cards are traditional in design, but the ace of spades contains the name of the printer. The…