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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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Set of seven cards with accompanying envelopes. Each white card contains a 4-verse poem about militant suffrage. The poems are anti-suffrage The white envelopes each contain an illustration of a yellow and black "Votes for Women" flag in the upper…

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Postcard possibly created by the California Equal Suffrage Association. The yellow and black illustration on the recto is a woman holding a "Votes for Women" flag. The rest of the card was left blank.

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Postcard possibly created by the California Equal Suffrage Association. The yellow and black illustration on the recto is a woman holding a "Votes for Women" flag. The rest of the card was left blank.

On the recto, the message reads: "Dear Mitie,…

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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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Reprints statements in support of woman suffrage from Congressman Edward T. Taylor of Colorado and John Francis Neyian, Chairman State Board of Control, Sacramento, California.

The Empire State Campaign Committee was a coalition of organizations,…

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Brief article about efforts to gain women voters for Woodrow Wilson's presidential campaign in the six woman suffrage states: California, Wyoming, Washington, Utah, Colorado, and Idaho.

The newspaper is not identified. The year is written on the…

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Photograph with caption:
"Photograph of women who tried and acquitted editor accused of violating law in his publication. The Court allowed the jurywomen to wear their hats."

The newspaper is not identifed and the date is written on the…

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Ellen McHenry was an author and a life member of the National American Woman Suffrage Association.

The Trend was a monthly periodical published by The Trend Magazine Publishing Company. It was intended to appeal to the general reader, and included…