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DOCU-1925-01-1 De Leon Womans Suffrage Address cover.jpg
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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Full report on the 1915 International Congress of Women, comprised of women from Europe and North America, and held at the Hague to discuss proposals for a peaceful end to the war. This report includes a detailed account of the activities during the…

DOCU-1915-02-1 ICOW Resolutions cover.jpg
A brief report on the 1915 International Congress of Women, comprised of women from Europe and North America, and held at the Hague to discuss proposals for a peaceful end to the war. This report includes a list of the International Committee of the…

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Illustration of a newspaper boy walking by and heckling a suffragist who is campaigning on the street in the rain.

On the verso, the card is addressed to Miss Hall 25 Bedford Sq. London W.C., and postmarked September 27 [1913?]. The handwritten…

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Postcard, marked Series No. 1839, depicts a woman wearing harem pants, standing on a platform in a park addressing a crowd of men.

POST-1907-09 What are men.jpg
Postcard depicts a large woman addressing a crowd of women seated in a hall. On the wall are signs, including "We will never give in" and "Votes for women." In the foreground, another woman is seated, holding a piece of paper.

On the verso, the…

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Reprint of an article from the Chicago Chronicle with endorsements of Mrs. W. Winslow (Elizabeth) Crannell's address delivered the day before to the Committee on Resolutions at the Democractic National Convention, held in Chicago.

The article was…

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Reprint of an article from the St. Louis Star praising Mrs. W. Winslow Crannell (Elizabeth Crannell) for the address she delivered the day before to the Committee on Resolutions at the Republican National Convention, held in St. Louis.

The article…