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Full report on the 1915 International Congress of Women, comprised of women from Europe and North America, and held at the Hague to discuss proposals for a peaceful end to the war. This report includes a detailed account of the activities during the…

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A brief report on the 1915 International Congress of Women, comprised of women from Europe and North America, and held at the Hague to discuss proposals for a peaceful end to the war. This report includes a list of the International Committee of the…

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Reprint of an address given several times by Dr. Anna Howard Shaw, and received by the League to Enforce Peace the day before her death in 1919. It was subsequently published as a memorial to Shaw and includes her appeal for support of the League of…

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Argues that women in Canada, Russia, Norway, Finland, France, Denmark, Italy, and Yucatan all either have the vote or are awaiting measures under consideration. Urges New York men to consider the patriotism of New York women and vote for woman…

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Answers all questions about the impact of war with the answer, "women."

Pennsylvania voters rejected the 1915 referendum to grant women of the state the right to vote. On June 24, 1919, Pennsylvania became the seventh state to ratify the 19th…

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Red white and blue pinback button with the patriotic slogan "America The Land We Love" in the outer circle surrounding the slogan "Liberty Justice Equality" with a gold star at the center.

White backpaper contains the name of the manufacturer.…

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Suffrage gardens were a popular technique to gather support for woman's suffrage in 1917.

This pamphlet was originally created by Mayor Mitchel's Food Supply Committee of New York City. The Albany Branch of the New York State Woman Suffrage Party…