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PERI-1916-03 Favors Suffrage.jpg
Brief opinion piece advocating for woman's suffrage in Michigan.

PERI-1916-04 Women who Lead.jpg
Photograph of the Board of the Michigan Equal Suffrage Association :

Mrs. Orton H. Clark, Kalamazoo, President
Dr. Blanche M. Haines, Three Rivers, First Vice President
Miss Harriet Comstock, Alpena, Third Vice President
Mrs. John C. Brander,…

PERI-1913-24-1 Pinchot Talks .jpg
News article about a meeting of the Bull Moose party held at the National Guard armory in Bay City, Michigan. Massachusetts suffragist and Progressive Party organizer, Alice Carpenter, addressed the issue of woman's suffrage during the meeting.

PERI-1913-23-1 Honest Count.jpg
Account of a speech given by Dr. Anna Howard Shaw of the National American Woman Suffrage Association, held at the National Guard armory in Bay City, Michigan.

PERI-1915-05 Anna H Shaw Announcement.jpg
Brief article about an upcoming speech by Dr. Anna Howard Shaw, of the National American Woman Suffrage Association, to be held at the National Guard armory. The article includes a photograph of Shaw.

PERI-1913-13 Works Denies Suffrage Attack.jpg
Two brief articles:

The first is an account of the House Committee on Rules session where Harriet Taylor Upton, president of the Ohio Woman Suffrage Association, appeared to refute anti-suffragist remarks.

The second mentions a heated…

PERI-1913-10 Bay City Times Suffrage Pleas.jpg
This article, most likely from The Bay City Times in Michigan, makes reference to early calls for suffrage in Detroit, Michigan. The author mentions famed orator, Anna Dickinson and a debate on the subject of "Equal Suffrage" by the Adelphi Society.

PERI-1913-09 Bay City Times Crisis Today.jpg
The author discusses the woman suffrage amendment to be included in that day's election asks the question: "If woman is granted the franchise, what will she do with it?"

Woman suffrage was defeated in Michigan in that election. Michigan women were…

PERI-1912-15 Leaders Besiege Congress.jpg
Article on the lobby efforts of the Women's Christian Temperance Union (WCTU) for the Kenyon-Shephard bill, which would prohibit the shipment of alcohol into "dry" states.

The newspaper is not identifed and the year is written on the clipping.

PERI-1912-14 Miss Christabel Pankhurst portrait.jpg
Photograph with caption:
"Latest portrait of suffragette leader, who has temporarily transferred her operations from London to Paris"

Newspaper not identified. Date written on the clipping.