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Yellow cardboard fan with black print attached to a wooden dowel reads "Woman's Ballot for the King's Business / Under the Stars and Stripes Women Vote on the Same Terms as Men in Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, Idaho, Washington, California, Oregon,…

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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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Purple, gold and white striped sash. The center stripe is inscribed on both sides with the slogan "Votes for Women" in dark purple.

The colors on the sash were also the official colors of the Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage, later the…

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Die-stamped metal blue, black and yellow bird seated on a black perch. There is a hole in the top of the bird so that it can be hung.

"Votes for Women Nov. 2" is printed in black along the gold ground (bird's belly and tail). "Mass. Woman Suffrage…

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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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Celluloid button picturing the Maryland flag at the center with the word "Maryland" along the bottom. Hanging from the button is a gold ribbon with the slogan "Votes for Women" printed in black.

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Brief article about efforts to gain women voters for Woodrow Wilson's presidential campaign in the six woman suffrage states: California, Wyoming, Washington, Utah, Colorado, and Idaho.

The newspaper is not identified. The year is written on the…

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Campaign flier for candidate, John W. Davis, Congressman from West Virginia, Solicitor General of the United States, and U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom, before he became the Democratic nominee for President in 1924. He lost the election to…
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