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Letter to the editor of the New York Times by author identified only as "A.P.P." The author argues against granting New York suffragists the oppotunity to present a bill allowing the "present voting population of the State to vote upon the question…

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Statement issued by Carrie Chapman Catt to repudiate anti-suffrage rhetoric that woman suffrage leaders are "advocates of free love, the abolition of marriage, [and] the elimination of the home."

The Empire State Campaign Committee was a coalition…

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In 1933, Carrie Chapman Catt began protesting against the Nazi persecution of Jews. This letter, sent in June, and signed by Catt with a personal note, encouraged readers to gather signatures on an official protest statement. In August 1933, Catt…

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Mary Ware Dennett was a suffragist, artist, and advocate of birth control and sex education. She served as the field secretary for the Massachusetts Woman Suffrage Association and the corresponding secretary of the National American Woman Suffrage…

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Flier published by the Empire State Campaign Committee in advance of the 1915 election in New York contains a cartoon by Art Young depicting a "Suffragist" standing at a chalkboard quizzing an "Anti-Suffragist." The question written on the blackboard…

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Provides information about the ten states where women are eligible to vote for President in the next presidential election, and asks New York men to grant New York women the right to vote in the upcoming election on in November 1915.

The Empire…

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Using excerpts from a pro-suffrage speech by Congressman Edward T. Taylor, of Colorado, where women were granted full suffrage in 1893, he answers common questions about the impact of woman suffrage in his state. These issues include whether or not…

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Flier published by the Empire State Campaign Committee in advance of the 1915 election in New York contains statistics and arguments about women's suffrage, including the number of women who want the right to vote, the number of women already able to…

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Public announcement from the committee appointed by the National American Woman Suffrage Association, inviting those interested to a public meeting on February 15, 1900 at the Lafayette Square Opera House.

According to the announcement, "occasion…