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Issued by the Equality League of Self-Supporting Women, this pamphlet includes a brief synopsis of a conference held on April 9, 1907 at Cooper Institute in NewYork; reprints of letters written to similar associations, letters to and from Governor…

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This card features a full color illustration of a young girl and boy. The boy is seated, with his legs crossed, smiling. The girl is carrying two buckets, walking toward him.

The card is addressed to Miss Edith [Becheal?] 833 Broadway Beth. Pa.,…

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Article written published by the Committee on Protest against Woman Suffrage of the Women's Anti-Suffrage Association of the Third Judicial District of the State of New York, argues that women will not necessarily be better off if they are granted…

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Facts about the various laws passed within the eleven states that had woman suffrage in 1915 to demonstrate the progress made when women are granted the right to vote. Laws passed in these states included equal guardianship of children; eight-hour…

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Campaign literature that uses a popular slogan, "the new look" as a way to encourage women to vote. The pamphlet contains photographs and facts about the conditions for families before and after women had the right to vote, outlines the work still to…

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Florence Kelley, head of the National Consumers' League, outlines the League's objections to the Equal Rights Amendment focusing on how protections offered by present laws would be diminished or nullified by the ERA.

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Cartoon by artist, McDonald depicting unfair wages and conditions for working women.

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Frederick Pethick Lawrence was a politician married to suffragist Emmeline Pethick. He became involved in the Labour Party and the Women's Social and Political Union.

In this article, Pethick Lawrence discusses the disparity in women's wages and…

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The Oneida Community, founded by John Humphrey Noyes, was a religiously based, socialist group of about 250, dedicated to living as one family and to sharing all property, work, and love. The Community disbanded in 1880 and formed a corporation,…