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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-1914-23 Wall Vy Vont You Vot.jpg
A young Dutch girl and boy are seated across from one another.

On the verso, the card is addressed to Mrs. B. C. Williams Batavia, N.Y. The message reads: "Dear Friends. We will be in Batavia Sat. morning on the train that leaves Le Roy 10:53 over…

POST-1909-13 The Suffragette Series Generaless.jpg
This card, Number 4015, is part of a sixteen-card series, featuring attractive women attempting to act as men. In this illustration, the woman appears in an evening gown as the "Generaless of the Army" with the message: "If you were the enemy, would…

DOCU-1917-06 Notice of Submission.jpg
Public notice of the resolutions of the New York State Senate and Assembly to be voted on by the electorate on November 6, 1917, including the woman suffrage amendment. The referendum passed, granting New York women the right to vote.

PERI-1913-06-1 Womens Political World 1913-0106 front.jpg
First issue of this publication.

Tagline: "Immediate Object: Securing Woman Suffrage in New York State in 1915."

Publication contains information on the women's suffrage movement in New York State and the national movement.

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Promotional flier for the "final suffrage mass meeting" before the upcoming election on November 6, 1917, most likely held in Albany, New York. Flora MacDonald Dennison served as President of the Candian Woman Suffrage Association and spent two years…

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Argues that women in Canada, Russia, Norway, Finland, France, Denmark, Italy, and Yucatan all either have the vote or are awaiting measures under consideration. Urges New York men to consider the patriotism of New York women and vote for woman…

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Lists reasons why women want the right to vote, including the fact that they pay taxes, want to improve children's lives, want to improve conditions for women workers, they are consumers and need full representation, and women are citizens.

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Makes the argument that if women's place is in the home and they are held responsible for the conditions in which their families' live, they should have the right to vote in order to help control those conditions.

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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…