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ALMS-1871-01 p1 Legal Disabilities of Married Women.jpg
Series: Tracts of the Connecticut Woman Suffrage Association No. 1 The author discusses the common law that exists in Connecticut to define the legal relationship between husband and wife within the state. He divides the essay into three subject…

ALMS-1910-01 Ten Little Suffergets.JPG
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.…

MEMR-1910-09-1 Lacy Valentine cover.jpg
Embossed die-cut paper Valentine. On the front is a colorful illustration of a young girl, wearing a hat and dress, holding a ballot.

The inside of the card contains a black and white illustration of two children standing outside wearing winter…

MEMR-1910-01 No Votes No Hearts.jpg
Cardboard stock Valentine with colorful illustration depicts a young girl standing on a soapbox, addressing two boys. The box reads "No Votes No Hearts, Votes for Women." The message reads "If words could tell of all the love within this heart of…

MEMR-1916-02 Vote for Me Valentine.jpg
Diecut paper Valentine cutout with colorful illustration of a young girl wearing a large hat and dress. She is holding a sign reading "Votes For Women/Vote For Me For A Valentine."

The card may have been torn away from its backing or a second…

PERI-1913-20 Life Husbandettes.jpg
Series of pages from the same issue focused on the theme of "husbandettes." In this illustration, two men are seated together, each taking care of a baby, outside a room where a large group of women are meeting. One of the men is holding his child by…

PERI-1913-07-10 Cartoons.jpg
Reproductions of drawings by John Clubb, William O'Loughlin, Ralph Wilder, and Guy Spencer, originally published in the Rochester Herald, Portland Telegram, Chicago Record Herald, and Omaha World Herald.

The cartoons depict the National American…

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Flier distributed by the New York State Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage emphasizing woman's duty to her family and her children.

DOCU-1920-02 Modern Woman.jpg
Caricature of a woman wearing a "Women's Rights" sash, holding a ballot. On one side are her children and on the other, the ballot box. Along the top are a series of voting booths, showing only the lower portion with people's legs and feet.

The…

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Makes the argument that men are primarily concerned with their interests and do not represent women's interests. Urges reader to vote for the woman suffrage amendment on November 7th. The amendment lost in 1916.

The South Dakota Universal…
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