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  • Collection: Memorabilia

MEMR-1910-12 Votes for Women Purple Card.jpg
Single purple playing card with an image of the allegorical figure of Justice, holding balanced scales. The sun is rising behind her. ""Votes for Women"" is printed in a ribbon design both above and below the image.

Playing cards were a very…

MEMR-1910-13 Votes for Women Yellow Card.jpg
Single yellow playing card with an image of the allegorical figure of Justice, holding balanced scales. The sun is rising behind her. "Votes for Women" is printed in a ribbon design both above and below the image.

Playing cards were a very popular…

MEMR-1000-02 Votes for Women Hair Ribbon.jpg
Fragment of a light gold ribbon with the slogan "Votes for Women" printed alternately in red and yellow and a red holly design.

MEMR-1910-10 Carrie Catt Book plate.jpg
A bookplate, or Ex Libris, printed with Carrie Chapman Catt's name. The bookplate contains a poem written by Rudyard Kipling: "I have six honest serving men/ They taught me all I knew/ Their names are Why & What & When/ And how & Where & Who."…

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White plate with the slogan "Votes for Women" printed in blue script.

The set of "Votes for Women" china included: a luncheon plate, a coffee cup and saucer, a bread or cake plate, and a soup bowl, a creamer, an oval celery plate, and a small…

MEMR-1906-01 Votes for Women and Hearts Forever Score Card.jpg
Rectangular tally card for the game of Bridge containing two panels tied together with light gold string with an orange tassel through a punched hold along the top. The cover panel is an embossed illustration of a cupid-like figure carrying a…

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Gold fabric-covered button with attached gold ribbon, both with black printed text.

The pin reads: "Under the 19th amendment I cast my first vote Nov. 2nd, 1920."

The ribbon reads: "Harding Coolidge the straight Republican ticket Lancaster,…

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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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Blue ceramic cat with an open top. Along the base is the phrase "Votes for Women."

Cat vases and figurines were among the most common of all ceramic pieces distributed in England and America.

There are no markings on the vase to indicate the…

MEMR.1890.06.jpg
Brown ceramic cat with an open top. Along the base is the phrase "Votes for Women."

Cat vases and figurines were among the most common of all ceramic pieces distributed in England and America.

There are no markings on the vase to indicate the…