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Reprinted address delivered by Carrie Chapman Catt, President of the International Woman Suffrage Alliance, at the Congress in Amsterdam, June 15, 1908

Advertisement in publication encourages New York voters to pass the woman suffrage amendment as a war measure in the referendum on November 6, 1917.

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Series: Woman's suffrage pamphlets, no. 41
Reprinted from 'The Times', October 1, 1908. Letter written by Julia Ward Howe, president of the Illinois Woman's Suffrage Society to refute a letter that appeared in "The Times" from Mrs. Humphry Ward…

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Metal token featuring an image of William Howard Taft, and the slogan "Equal Rights for All." This coin may have been distributed during either the 1908 or the 1912 presidential campaigns.

No manufacturer markings on the coin.

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Red, white, and blue American flag in enamel on bronze pin. The flag has only nine stars.

There is no manufacturer information on the pin.

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Purple, white, and green enamel on brass, containing the slogan ""Votes for Women"" inscribed in black.

There is no manufacturer information on the pin.

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Purple, white, and green enamel on brass, containing the slogan ""Votes for Women"" inscribed in black.

There is no manufacturer information on the pin.

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Issued by the Equality League of Self-Supporting Women, this pamphlet includes a brief synopsis of a conference held on April 9, 1907 at Cooper Institute in NewYork; reprints of letters written to similar associations, letters to and from Governor…

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Originally published in 1909, this address was reprinted several times by the New York Labor News Company. Daniel De Leon was a leader in the Socialist Labor Party of America from 1890 until his death, and a supporter of women's suffrage.

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This handbook was created originally for the Woman Suffrage Party of New York, but was then made available to state and local organizations throughout the country. The handbook is divided into several sections, and includes:

A seven-step program…