This calendar was modeled after a calendar created and distributed for 1910 by Mrs. Clarence MacKay and Alice Duer Miller of the Collegiate Equal Suffrage League. Both calendars included quotes in support of suffrage from well-known individuals.
Small pocket memo book containing an address book and blank lined pages for note taking. On the front: "Fine Merchant Tailoring August & Winter 1913-1914 E. Robinson Merchant Tailor 39 Albion Street Wakefield, Massachusetts"
Mechanical paperweight with a mirror on one side and a celluloid calendar with a mechanical piece that moves to cover the years from 1916 to 1926. It was made in New York in 1915 as a souvenir of the Empire State Campaign.
Postcard included with the Ryte-Me Calendar enabling the recipient to gift the calendar. The card contains a "Season's Greetings" message and the reverse is an advertisement for the Ryte-Me Calendar line.
Series: Political Science Study Series Vol. 5 No. 3Published by the National American Woman Suffrage Association (NAWSA), this calendar notes the social, economic, and political advances women made year by year from 1800 through 1899. The calendar…