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Series of statements about where women go during the day, including children's school, grocery store, buying clothes, and looking for employment, and how those places are under some type of political control. The final question is: "Who controls…

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This card, Number 4007, is part of a sixteen-card series, featuring attractive women attempting to act as men. In this illustration, a woman has her feet up on a table, leaning back in a chair and smoking a pipe. She is blowing smoke rings in the…

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This card features a full color illustration of a group of girls marching with signs that read: "No more school for us!" "Hubbies to be home by 8 p.m." and "More kandy more jam."

The card is marked Series 5024.

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Questions and answers addressing marital rights,child custody rights, property rights, taxation, education, whether women would vote if granted the privilege, and why women want to vote.

The National American Woman Suffrage Association published a…

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Alice Stone Blackwell discusses the the amount of money appropritated for education and the difference in teacher's salaries in suffrage versus non-suffrage states.

The National American Woman Suffrage Association published a series of circulars…

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Portion of an article written by journalist and writer, Ellis Meredith, entitled "The Struggle for Equal Rights" originally published in "Pictorial Review." Meredith enumerates the ways in which the lack of suffrage impacts women, including marriage…

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Originally published in 1908 in the "San Francisco Examiner", Dorothy Dix (pseudonym of American journalist Elizabeth Meriwether Gilmer) addresses taxation, the differences between men and women, household budgets, morals, education, and other…

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Circular 2 of 3 distributed by the Equal Suffrage League of Baltimore to study the city and the ways in which the League might engage women in its political activities. This questionnaire asks for details about the wards in Baltimore, including…

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Circular 1 of 3 distributed by the Equal Suffrage League of Baltimore to study the city and the ways in which the League might engage women in its political activities. The letter details plans by the League to organize its 1,000 members from 22…

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Circular 3 of 3 distributed by the Equal Suffrage League of Baltimore to study the city and the ways in which the League might engage women in its political activities. This circular discusses the various methods that might be employed in wards…