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  • Collection: Manuscripts

Matted, hand colored lithograph.

This cartoon, originally published in Punch Magazine in 1905, depicts a well-dressed woman being addressed by a man, a 'qualified voter', who points out that while she may pay taxes and have responsibilities, she…

In the second part of a two-part essay, Emma Biddleton Sweet discusses laws "due wholely or largely to the women" in suffrage states Idaho and Utah. In Part 1, she covered Wyoming and Colorado.

The Political Equality Series was a series of tracts…

Blackwell summarizes the history of and progress toward women's suffrage from 1838 to 1903.

The Political Equality Series was a series of tracts produced by the National American Woman Suffrage Association.

Public letter issued by the Massachusetts Association Opposed to the Further Extension of Suffrage to Women featuring Saunders' argument against House Bill, No. 119, to grant municipal suffrage to taxpaying women in Massachusetts. He sites reasons…

The Los Angeles County Woman Suffrage League was revived after years of inactivity in 1900. These leaflets announce the re-formation of the League and its goals; and contain information about membership, the location of headquarters, hours, and the…

Stamp on the envelope was produced by the National American Woman Suffrage Association. The design is a photograph of a woman, wearing cap and gown, standing next to a tablet containing the inscription: "In Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, and Idaho women…

An anniversary publication for the Connecticut Woman Suffrage Association, founded in 1869, to celebrate and reflect on the goals, successes, and work of the organization.

Isabella Beecher Hooker, president of the CWSA for thirty years, recounts…

Catharine W. Brown was a member of the Massachusetts Woman Suffrage Association.
The return address is: 3 Park Street, Boston.
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