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Purple, white, and green enamel on brass, containing the slogan ""Votes for Women"" inscribed in black.

There is no manufacturer information on the pin.

BUTN.1000.01.jpg
Purple, white, and green enamel on brass, containing the slogan ""Votes for Women"" inscribed in black.

There is no manufacturer information on the pin.

MEMR-1000-02 Votes for Women Hair Ribbon.jpg
Fragment of a light gold ribbon with the slogan "Votes for Women" printed alternately in red and yellow and a red holly design.

MEMR-1910-13 Votes for Women Yellow Card.jpg
Single yellow playing card with an image of the allegorical figure of Justice, holding balanced scales. The sun is rising behind her. "Votes for Women" is printed in a ribbon design both above and below the image.

Playing cards were a very popular…

MEMR-1910-12 Votes for Women Purple Card.jpg
Single purple playing card with an image of the allegorical figure of Justice, holding balanced scales. The sun is rising behind her. ""Votes for Women"" is printed in a ribbon design both above and below the image.

Playing cards were a very…

POST-1915-03 Merry Xmas.jpg
Christmas card with a color illustration of Santa Claus with women's votes inside the bag he is carrying.

The message written on the card reads:
"Best wishes of the season. Glad to hear from you as ever, Mrs. J. [Celenburg?].

On the verso,…

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Yellow linen pennant with the slogan "Votes for Women" stamped in black.

This pennant may have been distributed by the National American Woman Suffrage Association (NAWSA). Yellow was NAWSA's official color. The organization created a variety of…

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This calendar was modeled after a calendar created and distributed for 1910 by Mrs. Clarence MacKay and Alice Duer Miller of the Collegiate Equal Suffrage League. Both calendars included quotes in support of suffrage from well-known individuals.

PERI-1909-02-1 Votes for Women 1909-0107.jpg
Votes for Women was launched and co-edited by Emmeline Pethick-Lawrence and her husband, Frederick Pethick-Lawrence in 1907. The journal began as the official publication of the militant suffrage organization, the Women’s Social and Political Union…

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Gold on white celluloid pinback button with the slogan "Votes for Women Indiana." This button may have been distributed by the Woman's Franchise League of Indiana.

Indiana ratified the 19th Amendment, which granted women the right to vote, on…