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The first issue of Equal Rights, the official weekely magazine of the National Woman's Party from 1923 until it ceased publication in 1954.

The newspaper served as a resource to keep the membership informed on the status of the Equal Rights…

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Equal Rights was the official weekly magazine of the National Woman's Party from 1923 until it ceased publication in 1954. The newspaper served as a resource to keep the membership informed on the status of the Equal Rights Amendment and other bills…

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Flier published by the New York State Woman Suffrage Party that contains the text of a resolution adopted during the organization's conference in Saratoga, condemning the National Woman's Party pickets of the White House and reaffirming their loyalty…

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A fundraising appeal highlighting the National Woman's Party's (NWP) accomplishments from the creation in 1913 and the beginnings of the suffrage movement up through 1945. The document covers the suffrage movement, the work for the Equal Rights…

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Campaign flier against reelecting President Woodrow Wilson, issued by the National Woman's Party.

In 1916, the National Woman's Party chose to oppose all Democratic congressional candidates on the policy of "holding the party in power responsible"…

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Provides a photographic account of the National Woman's Party militant fight for woman's rights, including picketing the White House, arrests, imprisonment, hunger strikes, and burning President Wilson's speeches.

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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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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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Letter from Andrew Brodbeck, Congressman from Pennsylvania, to Mrs. A.A. Holden regarding the woman suffrage amendment and the National Woman's Party pickets of the White House.

In 1917, the National Woman's Party, founded by Alice Paul, targeted…