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POST-1910-06 Think It Over Series Woman Only Laws.jpg
This card, Number 107, is part of a set of 30 postcards, each containing a message, or aphorism about suffrage. The cards were created by commercial publishing company, The Cargill Company, and were "endorsed and approved by the National American…

POST-1914-09 Votes For Women Wall Series 6342.jpg
Part of a twelve-card series, half which proclaim "Votes for Women," and the other half with the same image but advocate "Votes for Women" with the "Wo" crossed out.

This card features a full color illustration of a young girl speaking to a young…

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Makes the argument that men are primarily concerned with their interests and do not represent women's interests. Urges reader to vote for the woman suffrage amendment on November 7th. The amendment lost in 1916.

Pennsylvania was among the first…

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Ticket for admission to a speech given by Tennessee Claflin under the auspices of the Society for the Betterment of the Race, at Carnegie Hall in New York. Claflin was the only speaker at the event, where she spoke about women's…

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Makes the argument that men are primarily concerned with their interests and do not represent women's interests. Urges reader to vote for the woman suffrage amendment on November 7th. The amendment lost in 1916.

The South Dakota Universal…

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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…