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Discusses the results of the 1912 election in Michigan, when the woman suffrage amendment was defeated, and the reasons for this result. According to the information provided, the amendment passed, but was nullified by "political manipulation" and…

PERI-1950-01-1 The New Look cover.jpg
Campaign literature that uses a popular slogan, "the new look" as a way to encourage women to vote. The pamphlet contains photographs and facts about the conditions for families before and after women had the right to vote, outlines the work still to…

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Campaign flier for candidate, Henry W. Anderson, a U.S. attorney and a leader of the Republican party in Virginia, who was running for Governor of Virginia. The flier contains information on public schools, child welfare and mother's relief, public…

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The Woman Suffrage Leaflets were one of the ongoing series published by the Woman's Journal.

Written by Alice Stone Blackwell, this list was reprinted numerous times in a variety of formats. Blackwell outlines the reasons why women want the right…

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On front is handwritten "Mrs. Lucy Stone Dorchester Mass."
On back is a form letter entitled "Municipal Suffrage for Women."