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  • Tags: National American Woman Suffrage Association

DOCU-1914-04 Organizing to Win.jpg
This handbook was created originally for the Woman Suffrage Party of New York, but was then made available to state and local organizations throughout the country. The handbook is divided into several sections, and includes:

A seven-step program…

MEMR-1910-13 Votes for Women Yellow Card.jpg
Single yellow playing card with an image of the allegorical figure of Justice, holding balanced scales. The sun is rising behind her. "Votes for Women" is printed in a ribbon design both above and below the image.

Playing cards were a very popular…

MEMR-1910-12 Votes for Women Purple Card.jpg
Single purple playing card with an image of the allegorical figure of Justice, holding balanced scales. The sun is rising behind her. ""Votes for Women"" is printed in a ribbon design both above and below the image.

Playing cards were a very…

Postcard : Don't consult machine politicians about woman suffrage - talk it over with fair minded men "who have no ax to grind." 1910
This card 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 Woman Suffrage…

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Written by managing editor, Agnes E. Ryan, this pamphlet contains historical information on the "Woman's Journal." It includes an early list of stockholders and a description of the production process. It also includes illustrations of founders, Lucy…

POST-1913-18 Leet Brothers Post Cards Set.jpg
8-card set of postcards, issued in an envelope by Leet Brothers of Washington, D.C. The photo cards show parts of the procession, including:
Miss Inez Milholland
The procession passing stand at NAWSA
Part of the law contingent
Sweden, one of the…

POST-1913-22 Success Map.jpg
Map of the United States indicating where women have the vote and to what degree.

POST-1909-19 Woman Suffrage Headquarters NY.jpg
Color illustration of the Woman Suffrage Headquarters building at 505 Fifth Avenue in New York City, New York.

On the verso, the card is addressed to Mr. A.L. Phelps in Warren, Ohio, and the postmark is November 23, [1909?]. The message…

POST-1913-15 Suffrage Parade Pilgrimage from NYC.jpg
Photographic postcard of the group of suffrage hikers who took part in the pilgrimage from New York City to Washington, D.C. which joined the March 3, 1913 parade held in Washington, D.C. the day before President Woodrow Wilson's inauguration. They…

POST-1913-08 Leet Brothers Suffrage Parade Series.jpg
Photographic postcard of the suffrage parade held in Washington, D.C. the day before President Woodrow Wilson's inauguration.

Reproduces a photograph of Inez Milholland Boissevain, who led the suffrage parade down Pennsylvania Avenue.

This is…