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  • Collection: Periodicals

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Addams discusses the growing Progressive Party, formed by Theodore Roosevelt and its potential to spark reform for industrial workers. She uses Roosevelt as someone who has the power and personality to "gather up the sense of social wrong and direct…

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The National Anti-Slavery Standard was the official weekly newspaper of the American Anti-Slavery Society, an abolitionist society founded in 1833 by William Lloyd Garrison and Arthur Tappan. Lydia and David Child, abolitionists and writers,…

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The Anti-Slavery Examiner was among several serials published by the American Anti-Slavery Society. It began publication in August 1836 and was published irregularly (at times as a pamphlet or tract) until 1845.

"Appeal to the Christian Women of…

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The Emancipator was one of several publications by the American Anti-Slavery Society. First published in May 1833 in New York City, the title of the publication changed several times, as did its editors and publishers. When Joshua Leavitt became the…

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Front page of the newspaper contains a debate on woman's suffrage with the affirmative written by Alva Belmont, President of the Political Equality Association, and the negative written by Mrs. Gilbert E. Jones, Chairman of the National League for…

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Reproductions of drawings by Clifford Berryman, Robert W. Satterfield, and J.H. Donahey, originally published in the Washington Star, Central Press Association, and the Cleveland Plain Dealer.

The cartoons depict the National American Woman…

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Illustration of a woman speaking to a man in a crowd of people. In the background is a woman standing on a platform with her arm raised, speaking about votes for women.

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First issue of this publication.

Tagline: "Immediate Object: Securing Woman Suffrage in New York State in 1915."

Publication contains information on the women's suffrage movement in New York State and the national movement.

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Reproductions of drawings by John Clubb, William O'Loughlin, Ralph Wilder, and Guy Spencer, originally published in the Rochester Herald, Portland Telegram, Chicago Record Herald, and Omaha World Herald.

The cartoons depict the National American…

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Published from 1883 to 1909 and established by Clara Bewick Colby, the Woman's Tribune was the first daily paper ever produced and edited by a woman. It was published in Beatrice, Nebraska and in Washington, D.C. until Colby moved to Portland, Oregon…
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