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  • Tags: Elizabeth Cady Stanton

DOCU-1920-03 The Womans Bible.jpg
Anti-suffrage commentary focused on The Woman's Bible and the anti-Christian beliefs of suffragists. The author pulls direct quotes from The Woman's Bible.

From the Library of Congress:
In 1895, Elizabeth Cady Stanton published the first edition…

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First day cover envelope to celebrate the hundredth anniversary of the 1848 Seneca Falls Convention. The stamp for July 19, 1948 in Seneca Falls, New York cancels athree cent stamp the features Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Carrie Chapman Catt, and…

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Henry Brewster Stanton was an abolitionist, social reformer, writer and orator. In 1840, he married Elizabeth Cady Stanton. He was a founding member of the New York Anti-Slavery Society and joined the Free Soil Party. After the Civil War ended,…

DOCU-1894-01 26th NAWSA Convention Program.jpg
Program, marked second edition, for the NAWSA Twenty-Sixth Annual Convention held in Metzerott's Music Hall.

The program includes the schedule of events with the names of the speakers, and photographs of Lucretia Mott; Lucy Stone; Elizabeth Cady…

DOCU-1892-01a SBA letter to Mrs Allen front.jpg
Written on National American Woman Suffrage Association stationery.

The letter also contains several handwritten notes along the top and in the margin: one relates to another donation that was sent and the other circles the name Jane H. Spofford,…

PERI-1920-09a Illinois State Register.JPG
The main headline on the front page is "Suffrage Battle is Won! Tennessee Ratifies Today/ 25 Million Women Are Given Ballot" The paper features photographs of Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Lucretia Mott, and Susan B. Anthony.

The primary article…

PERI-1885-01-1 The Womans Tribune March 1885 above fold .jpg
Published from 1883 to 1909 and established by Clara Bewick Colby, the Woman's Tribune was the first daily paper ever produced and edited by a woman. It was published in Beatrice, Nebraska and in Washington, D.C. until Colby moved to Portland, Oregon…