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POST-1910-23 Corgill Series for the NAWSA Equal Suffrage States.jpg
This card, Number 123, is part of a set of 30 postcards, each containing a message, or aphorism, about suffrage. The cards were created by commercial publishing company, The Cargill Company, and were "endorsed and approved by the National American…

POST-1910-06 Think It Over Series Woman Only Laws.jpg
This card, Number 107, is part of a set of 30 postcards, each containing a message, or aphorism about suffrage. The cards were created by commercial publishing company, The Cargill Company, and were "endorsed and approved by the National American…

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Letter to the editor of the New York Times by author identified only as "E.S.C." The author argues that granting women the right to vote will do nothing to further the enforcement of "legislation aimed at the betterment of the human race," including…

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Essay written by Mrs. W. Winslow Crannell, Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Albany Anti-Suffrage Association, in opposition to the pro-suffrage argument that equal suffrage was a success in Wyoming.

Includes a list of the officers of…

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Brief article about efforts to gain women voters for Woodrow Wilson's presidential campaign in the six woman suffrage states: California, Wyoming, Washington, Utah, Colorado, and Idaho.

The newspaper is not identified. The year is written on the…

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Flier reprinted by state suffrage organizations to lobby for woman's suffrage. This flier includes information and quotes from prominent individuals about the success of woman's suffrage in Wyoming, the first state to grant women the right to…

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British suffragist, Bettina Borrman Wells discusses her three visits to the United States over a period of three years, when she visited areas where women were already enfranchised, including Colorado, Wyoming, Idaho, and Utah.

Wells was active…

DOCU-1890-02-1 Suffage publish request via postcard to MA newspapers addressed to Lucy Stone front.jpg
On front is handwritten "Mrs. Lucy Stone Dorchester Mass."
On back is a form letter entitled "Municipal Suffrage for Women."

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Reprints the replies to four questions Mary Bentley Thomas asked the Governors of the first four states to grant women the right to vote: Wyoming, Utah, Idaho, and Colorado. The questions were: Are your women as devoted to house and home interest as…

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The Massachusetts Woman Suffrage Association held a bazaar "for the sale of useful and Fancy goods" at Lorimer Hall, Tremont Temple, in Boston.

The program includes information about entertainment, tables named after leading suffragists, recipes,…