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Fragment of a light gold ribbon with the slogan "Votes for Women" printed alternately in red and yellow and a red holly design.

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Black silk rosette with red, white, and blue ribbon tails. Printed in black on the three ribbons is the slogan "Votes for Women" Attached to the rosette is a gold celluloid "Votes for Women" button.

The rosette is ripped on one side.

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Gold ribbon and gold decorative pin with a celluloid photograph of Anna Howard Shaw. The back of the celluloid button is white with blue printed text that reads "President N.A.W.S.A."

This was issued for the New York State Woman Suffrage…

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Celluloid button with a picture of the Liberty Bell at the center and the words "Liberty Justice 1776-1915." Hanging from the pin are a gold ribbon with the slogan "Votes for Women" printed in black and a small American flag.

This piece was…

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Celluloid button picturing the Maryland flag at the center with the word "Maryland" along the bottom. Hanging from the button is a gold ribbon with the slogan "Votes for Women" printed in black.

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Gold decorative rim and white celluloid center with "Virginia" printed in blue. Attached to the pin is a gold silk ribbon with the printed slogan "Votes for Women."

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Gold silk ribbon with rolled hem along the top edge and fringe along the bottom edge and black printed text.

The twenty-sixth New York Woman Suffrage Association's annual convention was held in Ithaca, New York, from November 12-14, 1894. Earlier…

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Red, white and blue button in the shape of the U.S. shield. Along the top, the button is blue with 13 stars, and along the bottom half, are red and white vertical stripes and "Votes for Women" printed in black text. The stars may represent the…

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Gold ribbon with large black type, and the slogan"Votes for women."

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Gold fabric-covered button with attached gold ribbon, both with black printed text.

The pin reads: "Under the 19th amendment I cast my first vote Nov. 2nd, 1920."

The ribbon reads: "Harding Coolidge the straight Republican ticket Lancaster,…