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POST-1907-02 WSPU Membership Pledge Card.jpg
Pledge card issued to members of the Women's Social & Political Union to affirm support of the organization's policies. After restructuring the organization in 1907, members were required to sign the pledge.

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Small card with the printed declaration: "I am opposed to woman's suffrage "with lines for a name and street. It is signed by Mrs. N.G. Abbott 51 Merrimack Street, Penacook.

Pro- and anti-suffrage cards were collected during meetings, rallies,…

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Pledge card issued by the Massachusetts Woman Suffrage Association. The headquarters were located at 585 Boylston Street, Room 12 in Boston.

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This sample pink ballot was sent out by the Political Equality League of Wisconsin, one or two days prior to the 1912 election to those who signed pledge cards in support of suffrage, about the color of the ballot and how to complete it.

During…

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Small card with the printed declaration: "I am opposed to woman's suffrage"with lines for a name and street. It is signed by Mrs. C.H. Carroll at 23 Liberty St.

Pro- and anti-suffrage cards cards were collected during meetings, rallies, and other…

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Blank statement of support for woman suffrage in New York State. Contains space for the name and address of the recipient, including county, assembly district, and election district.

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Flier and pledge form to participate in the Torchlight Suffrage March and Mass Meeting held in Worcester, Massachusetts to rally supporters for the upcoming vote on woman suffrage in the November 2, 1915 election. Senator Borah, of Idaho, was…

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Pledge to March donation form and advertisement for the May 1914 suffrage demonstration in Washington, D.C. Participants met at the Belasco Theatre for a meeting and then marched from Lafayette Square to the Capitol to present state suffrage…