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Lists reasons why working women, housekeepers, mothers, teachers, business women, tax-paying women, women of leisure, and all women need the right to vote.

This broadside was created by the National American Woman Suffrage Association.

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Flier distributed by NAWSA and reprinted by the Political Equality League in Hartford, Connecticut. It lists reasons why women want the right to vote, including the fact that they pay taxes, want to improve children's lives, want to improve…

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Flier lists twenty positive facts under the categories of where women vote and how women vote.

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Flier lists reasons why working women, housekeepers, mothers, teachers, business women, tax-paying women, women of leisure, and all women need the right to vote.

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Leaflet containing quotes by prominent Catholic clergy to demonostrate Catholic support for woman's suffrage. The PWSA published this leaflet as a part of their lobbying campaign for an upcoming suffrage referendum in 1915. The referendum did not…

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This flier, published by the National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies asks and answers several questions, including:
Are women citizens?
Does law concern women?
Is direct representation desirable in the interest of the people?

The reverse…

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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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Folded 17 times, printed messages encourage the reader to unfold the flier until they get to the final message:
"You can vote (if you are 21)
Let mother vote, too (she is more than 21)."