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Trifold brochure with membership blank still attached. The brochure includes reasons to join the New York League of Women Voters, a complete list of officers, and "A Pledge for Conscientious Citizens" by Maud Wood Park, who was the president of the…

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Special newspaper issued by the Women's Anti-Suffrage Association of the Third Judicial District of the State of New York. It is a compilation of articles on the written about the anti-suffrage movement and the reasons for opposition to suffrage.…

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Griswold was an American author opposed to woman suffrage. In this piece, she details the reasons why women should reconsider the franchise.

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Griswold was an American author opposed to woman suffrage. In this piece, she details the reasons why women should reconsider the franchise.

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Souvenir program and admission ticket to a festival with pieces from a variety of theater and musical productions. The program includes a list of the organization's officers, performance titles, list of participants, and several pro-suffrage items,…

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Contains the number of women voters registered in Montgomery County, New York and the names of those registered in the first through third districts of the town of Mohawk in New York State.

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Yellow, black and white poster stamp with an illustration of a town crier ringing a bell and shouting "Vote Yes for Woman Suffrage."

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Stamp created for the referenda held in Massachusetts, New York, and Pennsylvania on November 2, 1915. The stamp contains a picture of Cora Anderson Carpenter, a flag bearer from 1913, standing in front of the United States Capitol.

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Color illustration of a young girl wearing a dress, who is crying and pulling on a pair of pants.

On the verso, the card is addressed to Miss Marjorie Zoller Canton, New York, and postmarked January 3, 1912. The message reads: "Thanks for them…

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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…