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Yellow square cardboard fan with black print attached to a wooden dowel.

On the reverse, the fan addresses New York voters with a large heart and the poem: "The rose is red/ The violet's blue/ We want to vote/ As well as you!" Additional text…

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Yellow square cardboard fan with black print attached to a wooden dowel. One side reads "Keep Cool and Raise A Breeze for Suffrage! Votes for Women, Votes for Women."

On the reverse is an illustration by Emily Chamberlain of two children dressed…

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Yellow square cardboard fan with black print attached to a wooden dowel. One side reads "Keep Cool! There will be nothing to worry about after we get Votes for Women/ Election Day November 2."

On the reverse is a map of the suffrage states with…

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In preparation for the November 6th referendum, the New York State Woman Suffrage Party put out a call for volunteers to work on the campaign or make a financial pledge.

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Flier published by the New York State Woman Suffrage Party that contains the text of a resolution adopted during the organization's conference in Saratoga, condemning the National Woman's Party pickets of the White House and reaffirming their loyalty…

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Created by the Teacher's Section of the New York State Woman Suffrage Party, this flier encourages teachers to work for woman suffrage by listing the reasons why they need the vote.

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Gold decorative rim and white celluloid center with "Virginia" printed in blue. Attached to the pin is a gold silk ribbon with the printed slogan "Votes for Women."

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In preparation for the November 3rd referendum, the Ohio Woman Suffrage Association published this flier with statistics on the number of "farm women" and "organized women" in support of suffrage, and a copy of the amendments that would appear on the…

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Campaign leaflet from the "women of the Progressive party", urging people to vote for the Party because of its support for woman suffrage and women's leadership. On the back is the Progressive Party platform "to secure rule of the people" and "to…

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Campaign literature distributed by the Woman's Department of the Republican National Committee during the 1912 presidential election. The flier urged African Americans to vote for incumbent President Taft over former President Theodore Roosevelt or…
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