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Answers the question "isn't it true" to issues that support women being granted the right to vote.

The South Dakota Universal Franchise League was organized in 1911 by Mary Shields ("Mamie") Pyle. South Dakota granted women the right to vote in…

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Appeals to businessmen by making the argument that voting for the woman suffrage amendment on November 7th is logical and "good business." The amendment lost in 1916.

The South Dakota Universal Franchise League was organized in 1911 by Mary…

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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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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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Contains twelve reasons why women should have the right to vote. This broadside was reprinted and distributed by many state organizations to lobby for state suffrage amendments.

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Leaflet issued by the New York State Woman Suffrage Party, argues that woman suffrage will benefit the state because women voters will increase the native-born vote, the proportion of educated voters, the law-abiding vote, and the powers of good.

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Made a connection between women's political progress and electrical progress and encouraged women to purchase small electrical appliances.

This may have been published in The Century magazine. On the reverse of the advertisement is an…

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Reprinted "from an Article in the American Woman's Journal for May, 1894."

The author argues against women's suffrage, writing that woman's power and influence is in the home and through her family, and claiming the ballot "would be a hindrance"…

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Essay by Theodore Ledyard Cuyler, published by the Protest Committee of the Brooklyn Women's Anti-Suffrage League.

Cuyler was a Presbyterian minister and writer who was a well-known supporter of the temperance movement and opponent of women's…

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Excerpts from two addresses by the Right Reverend William Croswell Doane to the graduating classes of St. Agnes' School, a girls school connected to the Episcopal Chuch.

Rev. Doane was the first Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Albany from 1869…