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Small white card with blue print containing the statement urging support for the suffrage amendment.

The Empire State Campaign Committee was a coalition of organizations, including the Women's Suffrage Party, the Women's Suffrage Association, the…

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A young Dutch girl and boy are seated across from one another.

On the verso, the card is addressed to Mrs. B. C. Williams Batavia, N.Y. The message reads: "Dear Friends. We will be in Batavia Sat. morning on the train that leaves Le Roy 10:53 over…

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Letter to the editor of The Sun, New York, written by an author identified only as "A.P.P." The author argues against granting New York women the right to vote because the majority of women in the state are anti-suffrage. He or she cites the…

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Reprint of an article that appeared in the Buffalo (New York) Express, written by an author only identified as "A.S.W." The author refers to a woman opposed to suffrage as "the silent woman" because of her preference to stay out of the public arena.…

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Flier with information for women voters, granted the right to vote in New York in 1917, to encourage them to participate in open enrollment day to formally choose a political party affiliation. The flier discusses the meaning of citizenship and…

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Published by the French Union for Woman Suffrage, this is an illustration of women in line to cast their ballots at a polling station. The woman at the front is inserting her ballot into the box. Behind her is a woman holding a baby, followed by…

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Reproductions of drawings by Clifford Berryman, Robert W. Satterfield, and J.H. Donahey, originally published in the Washington Star, Central Press Association, and the Cleveland Plain Dealer.

The cartoons depict the National American Woman…

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Alice Stone Blackwell argues that the issues of whether women should have the right to vote and whether they should work outside of the home are separate and unrelated. She also makes the point that the most successful governments are controlled by…

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Alice Stone Blackwell addresses the idea that if women were granted the right to vote, they should also be able to fight as a soldier or a police officer. She argues that a significant portion of men are neither soldier or police officer, but still…

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William Bowditch was a conveyancer, a lawyer specializing in buying and selling property, in Boston. He lived in Brookline, Massachusetts and served as a selectman and moderator of Town Meetings for a number of years. He was a well-known abolitionist…
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