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PERI-1923-01 Equal Rights 1923-0217.jpg
The first issue of Equal Rights, the official weekely magazine of the National Woman's Party from 1923 until it ceased publication in 1954.

The newspaper served as a resource to keep the membership informed on the status of the Equal Rights…

PERI-1937-01-1 Equal Rights 1937-0115.jpg
Equal Rights was the official weekly magazine of the National Woman's Party from 1923 until it ceased publication in 1954. The newspaper served as a resource to keep the membership informed on the status of the Equal Rights Amendment and other bills…

POST-1910-16 Think It Over Series Magazines Opposed.jpg
This card, Number 118, 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…

DOCU-1896-02 Do you as a woman want to vote.JPG
Published in the Ladies' Home Journal in 1911, this survey of prominent women of the time indicates that the women interviewed were largely opposed to woman suffrage. The magazine was on record in opposition to women's right to vote.
Women quoted…

PERI-1913-01 Suffragette 1913-0613.jpg
Tagline: "The official organ of the Women's Social and Political Union"

PERI-1913-03 Literary Digest 1913-0628.jpg
Related articles include: "The Suffrage Conquest of Illinois"

PERI-1913-02 Literary Digest 1913-0104.jpg
Related articles include: "Ruin of the English Suffragette Movement" on page 9-10; pages 1-56 listed in book

PERI-1911-03 THE FRA Jan 1911.jpg
Subtitle: Not for mummies / A journal of affirmation / The Woman's Number

PERI-1894-02 The Illustrated American 1894-0728.jpg
Relevant articles: "Prominent women of our cities" X.-Cincinnati, O. (photo spread) and "The Ways of Women" by Harry-dele Hallmark; and "Shall women be granted full suffrage?--page 124-125