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POST-1907-02 WSPU Membership Pledge Card.jpg
Pledge card issued to members of the Women's Social & Political Union to affirm support of the organization's policies. After restructuring the organization in 1907, members were required to sign the pledge.

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Small card with the printed declaration: "I am opposed to woman's suffrage "with lines for a name and street. It is signed by Mrs. N.G. Abbott 51 Merrimack Street, Penacook.

Pro- and anti-suffrage cards were collected during meetings, rallies,…

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Small card with the printed declaration: "I am opposed to woman's suffrage"with lines for a name and street. It is signed by Mrs. C.H. Carroll at 23 Liberty St.

Pro- and anti-suffrage cards cards were collected during meetings, rallies, and other…

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The leaflet compares the progress in the campaigns for women's suffrage and full equality between England and the United States. On the back is a membership form for the National Woman's Party.

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Membership application for the Massachusetts Woman Suffrage Association. Asks applicant to indicate the types of work they wish to do for suffrage and whether or not they subscribe to the Woman's Journal.

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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…

DOCU-1920-01a Women Awake cover.jpg
Florence Kenyon Hayden Rector (Mrs. James Rector), the first licensed woman architect in Ohio and a member of the National Advisory Council of the National Woman's Party, makes this plea to suffragists to support the National Woman's Party and take…

ALMS-1000-02 front Constitution of NWSA of MA.jpg
Includes two documents: the letter and the Constitution of the National Woman Suffrage Association. It also includes the song lyrics to "Hark! The Sound of Myriad Voices" by Harriet H. Robinson, written for the first annual meeting of the Woman…