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Mary Caswell was the president of the Southern California Assn. Opposed to Women's Suffrage. In this address, Caswell outlines in detail the reasons for opposing woman suffrage. Sections include:
Misleading Statements
Women in Public…

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Advertisement for the Anti-Suffrage Campaign Manual, distributed by the Women's Anti-Suffrage Association of Massachusetts. Ethel Leatherbee was the Chief of the Massachusetts Anti-Suffrage Bureau of Information, which also endorsed the book.

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Small card with the printed declaration: "I am opposed to woman's suffrage"with lines for a name and street. It is signed by Mrs. C.H. Carroll at 23 Liberty St.

Pro- and anti-suffrage cards cards were collected during meetings, rallies, and other…

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Small card with the printed declaration: "I am opposed to woman's suffrage "with lines for a name and street. It is signed by Mrs. N.G. Abbott 51 Merrimack Street, Penacook.

Pro- and anti-suffrage cards were collected during meetings, rallies,…

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Senator James Martine, of New Jersey presents an article from the District of Columbia Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage presenting with facts on the negative impact of women voters in states where women were granted the right to vote.

The…

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The Potsville, Pennsylvania branch of the Pomeroy's Department Store published this anti-suffrage booklet that tells the story of ten little girls holding up various suffrage banners and one by one they are diverted from their task, leaving none.…

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The Potsville, Pennsylvania branch of the Pomeroy's Department Store published this anti-suffrage booklet that tells the story of ten little girls holding up various suffrage banners as one by one they are diverted from their task, leaving none. The…

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The broadside, published by the Men's Anti-Ratification League of Montgomery, Alabama contains excerpts from "The Negro and the New Social Order," published in The Messenger, a magazine founded in 1917 by A. Phillip Randolph and Chandler Owen as the…

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Anti-suffrage commentary focused on The Woman's Bible and the anti-Christian beliefs of suffragists. The author pulls direct quotes from The Woman's Bible.

From the Library of Congress:
In 1895, Elizabeth Cady Stanton published the first edition…

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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…