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A fundraising appeal highlighting the National Woman's Party's (NWP) accomplishments from the creation in 1913 and the beginnings of the suffrage movement up through 1945. The document covers the suffrage movement, the work for the Equal Rights…

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Article about demonstration by the National Woman's Party outside of the New York Metropolitan Opera House where President Woodrow Wilson was speaking. Suffragists were attacked by police, soldiers, and onlookers; six women were arrested and later…

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Two brief articles:

The first is an account of the House Committee on Rules session where Harriet Taylor Upton, president of the Ohio Woman Suffrage Association, appeared to refute anti-suffragist remarks.

The second mentions a heated…

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The large headline on the front page of the Boston Herald is "North Carolina puts suffrage over a year; Tennessee Acts Today."

"Enemies Force Adjournment at Nashville/ Claim Vote of 53 to 44 on Motion Shows Stand on Ratification/ Raleigh…

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The Suffragist was the official newspaper of the Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage, later the National Woman's Party, from 1913 until 1921.Created to generate financial and public support for the federal suffrage amendment, the newspaper…

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Official program for the National American Woman Suffrage Association procession held in Washington, D.C. on March 3, 1913. The procession was organized by NAWSA's Congressional Committee, led by Alice Paul and Lucy Burns.

The colorful cover was…

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A fundraising appeal highlighting the National Woman's Party's (NWP) accomplishments from the creation in 1913 and the beginnings of the suffrage movement up through 1945.

The document covers the suffrage movement, the work for the Equal Rights…