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Flier published by the Empire State Campaign Committee in advance of the 1915 election in New York contains statistics and arguments about women's suffrage, including the number of women who want the right to vote, the number of women already able to…

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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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Reprints a statement by President Woodrow Wilson in support of woman suffrage in New Jersey as a states' rights issue and not a federal issue. The flier demonstrates the way the initiative will appear on the ballot along with information on New…

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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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This leaflet quotes Wilson on five occasions endorsing suffrage for women, and encourages peopole to work for and vote for the New York Woman Suffrage Amendment on November 6, 1917.

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Bimonthly newsletter published by the Ohio Woman Suffrage Association. This issue celebrates the recent passage of suffrage in Lakewood, Ohio and in New York; announces appointments of women to school boards in Ohio; and reports on the National…

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Article about demonstration by the National Woman's Party outside of the New York Metropolitan Opera House where President Woodrow Wilson was speaking. Suffragists were attacked by police, soldiers, and onlookers; six women were arrested and later…

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News article about plans by the Why Club of Denver, Colorado to lobby for a woman Cabinet member for President-elect Woodrow Wilson.

The newspaper is not identified. The year is written on the clipping.