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Campaign literature distributed by the Woman's Department of the Republican National Committee during the 1912 presidential election. The flier urged African Americans to vote for incumbent President Taft over former President Theodore Roosevelt or…

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Campaign leaflet from the "women of the Progressive party", urging people to vote for the Party because of its support for woman suffrage and women's leadership. On the back is the Progressive Party platform "to secure rule of the people" and "to…

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Cover illustration of Harper's Weekly magazine, entitled "The Militant Recruit." Features Theodore Roosevelt knocking on the door to "Woman's Suffrage Campaign Headquarters" to bring them flowers.

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Reproductions of drawings by Paul Plaschke, James North, and Arthur Racey originally published in the Louisville Post, Tacoma Daily Ledger, and Montreal Star.

"When The Women Vote" by Paul Plaschke shows a woman approaching a small house on…

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Consists of quotes in support of woman suffrage from well-known public figures, including Theodore Roosevelt, William H. Taft, George William Curtis, Lucretia Mott, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony, Julia Ward Howe, and Abraham Lincoln.

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Transcript of a debate between Margaret Sanger, Theodore Roosevelt, Winter Russell, George Bernard Shaw, Robert L. Wolf, and Emma Sargent Russell on the subject of birth control.

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Addams discusses the growing Progressive Party, formed by Theodore Roosevelt and its potential to spark reform for industrial workers. She uses Roosevelt as someone who has the power and personality to "gather up the sense of social wrong and direct…