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POST-1911-01 Suffragettes Series No 9 Mail-Male.jpg
Part of a twenty-three card series, this card is labeled Suffragette Series No. 9. This charcoal gray illustration features a woman as a mail carrier.

On the verso, the card is addressed to Miss A. M. Brown "Lyndale" Lostock Hall Preston…

POST-1909-15 The Suffragette Series Leter Carrier.jpg
This card, Number 4002, is part of a sixteen-card series, featuring attractive women attempting to act as men. In this illustration, the woman is delivering the mail in a skirt and heels, holding a dog on a leash, as she delivers the mail. The…

POST-1914-15 Votes for Wimmen Series Womans Place.jpg
Part of a series of postcards.

This card features a full color illustration of a young girl and boy standing above a girl doll in a baby bed and a boy doll thrown on the floor facedown. The girl is wearing a "Votes for Women" sash and holding a…

PERI-1911-02 New Citizen Holiday 1911-1912.jpg
Holiday Number, 1911-1912
Tagline: "The magazine that won equal suffrage in Washington"

Missouri Hanna was the founder and editor of the Edmonds Review in 1904. She is considered the first woman newspaper publisher in Washington. After selling…

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Essay written by Jane C. Harvey, of Tacoma, Washington in opposition to woman suffrage. The essay was most likely printed for distribution by the Women's Anti-Suffrage Association of the Third Judicial District of the State of New York in Albany, New…

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A fundraising appeal highlighting the National Woman's Party's (NWP) accomplishments from the creation in 1913 and the beginnings of the suffrage movement up through 1945. The document covers the suffrage movement, the work for the Equal Rights…

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Notice of a woman suffrage meeting. The state where the meeting was held is not identified, but it was most likely held at the Columbia Theatre in Washington, D.C. Speakers included the Honorable John Barrett, Director General of the Pan American…

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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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Official program for the 25th anniversary and convention of the National Women's Trade Union League of America, held at the Grace Dodge Hotel in Washington, D.C.