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  • Collection: Buttons and Ribbons

Metal token featuring an image of William Howard Taft, and the slogan "Equal Rights for All." This coin may have been distributed during either the 1908 or the 1912 presidential campaigns.

No manufacturer markings on the coin.

Red, white, and blue American flag in enamel on bronze pin. The flag has only nine stars.

There is no manufacturer information on the pin.

Purple, white, and green enamel on brass, containing the slogan ""Votes for Women"" inscribed in black.

There is no manufacturer information on the pin.

Purple, green and white celluloid pinback button with the slogan "Votes for Women" printed in gold. This button was most likely distributed by the Women's Political Union, founded by Harriot Stanton Blatch. The WPU adopted the same colors as the…

Red, green and white pinback button with the name of the organization, the National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies. The NUWSS was founded in Great Britain in 1897 by the merger of the National Central Society for Women's Suffrage and the Central…

Greeen, white, and yellow pinback button with an image of an evergreen tree in the center surrounded by the words "National Junior Suffrage Corps. Youth Today Tomorrow Power."

The National Junior Suffrage Corps was created in 1914 by Caroline…

Black on yellow pinback button with the slogan "Vote for Woman Suffrage Nov. 6th." November 6th refers to the election held in New York on November 6, 1917, when voters cast ballots for a referendum granting women the right to vote in the state. The…

Red, yellow and blue pinback button with the slogan "Votes for Women" and "Patriotism" surrounding the Great Seal of the United States at the center.

No manufacturer information on the back.

Black, pink, and white enamel disk with the name of the organization, the National League Opposing Woman Suffrage, and in the center, a plant with the Scottish thistle, an English rose, and an Irish shamrock. The disk is a pendant connected to a…

Blue on gold celluloid pinback demands votes for both men and women.

The slogan was created by Dr. Eleanor M. Hiestand-Moore of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The button was the winning entry in a contest to replace the slogan "Votes for Women,"…
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