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Lucy Hargrett Draper British and American women's history collection

Lucy Hargrett Draper British and American women's history collection

Descriptive Summary

Title: Lucy Hargrett Draper British and American women's history collection
Creator: Draper, Lucy Hargrett
Inclusive Dates: 1840-1998
Language: English
Extent: 69 Linear Feet 42 boxes, 4 oversized boxes, 7 oversized folders
Collection Number: ms3071
Repository: Hargrett Library

Collection Description

Historical Note

Lucy Hargrett Draper was born by lamplight on her Civil War maternal great-grandparent's South Georgia Wayne County farm in 1941. The eldest of four daughters and the first in her mother's family to graduate from college, she is a UGA graduate and has earned advanced degrees in History, Education, and Law which she applied to a half century of activism on behalf of educational, economic, and legal equity for women and educational reforms for children.

Lucy Draper has founded and been involved with a number of civil rights and women's rights organizations on the local, state, and national levels for more than five decades. In 1973, when her husband's military career took her to West Point, Lucy founded and served as the first President of West Point NOW, focusing on the admission of women to the U.S. service academies. In 1976, while stationed at Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas, Lucy founded and served as the President of Kansas W.E.A.L. focusing on ratification of the Federal Equal Rights Amendment and women's rights.

During the early 1980's, she was one of the founding members of the Georgia Women's Political Caucus and, in the 1990's, the Georgia Win List, and she was a co-founder and President of the Democratic Women's Council working within the Georgia Democratic Party to elect pro-choice men and women. From 1978 to 1982, she served as W.E.A.L.'s Southeast Regional ERA Coordinator and President of Georgia W.E.A.L. Lucy founded the Georgia Coalition for the Rights of Women and authored it's Georgia Women's Bill of Rights on July 4, 1996.

For her work on behalf of the rights of women and as a South Georgia educator in segregated school systems, Lucy Draper was honored by the ACLU of Georgia with their 1980 Bill of Rights Award and was the first recipient of the Georgia Federation of Business and Professional Women's Club's Mamie K. Taylor Award (Mamie had been a teenage suffragist in the 19th century).

In addition to her record of activism on behalf of women, Lucy Hargrett Draper, under the early tutelage of her cousin Felix Hargrett, spent her adult life identifying, collecting, and preserving the record of activism on behalf of women's rights movements in the 19th and 20th centuries. Her collections include but are not limited to rare books, treatises, manuscripts, artifacts, photographs, and ephemera which she has chosen to donate to public institutions. To preserve these materials and make them available for scholarly research, Lucy established three collections. In 1996, she founded the Lucy Hargrett Draper Federal ERA Collection and Endowment at Georgia State University Library's Special Collections. In 2014, the collection was expanded and is now known as the Lucy Hargrett Draper Collections on Women's Rights, Advocacy, and the Law, (1921-ff), with a focus on the "Unsung Heroines" of the second U.S. Women's Movement beginning in the 1960's.

In 1996, in honor of the University of Georgia, Lucy established an endowment and in 1998 the Lucy Hargrett Draper Center and Archives for the Study of the Rights of Women in History and Law in the University of Georgia's Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library. The focus of these collections documented the British and United States Women's Suffrage Movements (1840-1920). To place these materials in historical context, however, the collections also include texts, treatises, and legal documents from the 16th century to the post-20th century related to the women's rights, women and the law, women's liberation and reproductive rights movements. For twenty years the Hargrett Library has held Women's History Month Annual Exhibits of materials donated by Lucy and now the entire collection is being made available to the public for research. Lucy Draper remains actively engaged in establishing research collections. As of 2013, she was invited by the U.S. Military Academy Special Collections in the West Point Library to establish the Lucy H. Draper Collection and Endowment on Women at the United States Military Academy.

Mrs. Draper and her husband, Dr. Stephen E. Draper, have contributed to the construction of the new UGA Special Collections Libraries, established endowments in the Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library and established three Centers holding their priceless collections. They are among the descendants of a long line of Hargretts and Woodruffs who have graduated from the University of Georgia.

Scope and Content

The Lucy Hargrett Draper Center and Archives for the Study of the Rights of Women in History and Law is comprised of primary and secondary materials in a variety of formats with an emphasis on documenting women's rights, especially the United States and British Women's Suffrage Movements (1840-1920). The focus of the collection is on leading figures such as Susan B. Anthony, Clara Barton, Carrie Chapman Catt, Julia Ward Howe, Mary Livermore, Lucretia Mott, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Lucy Stone, Emmeline Pankhurst and her daughter Sylvia, including correspondence and photographs. Other materials relate to the suffrage movement in the United States, such as postcards, photographs, government documents and periodicals, record activities at the state, regional, and national levels, both for and against suffrage.

In addition, supporting materials recognize some of the leaders of the abolition movement, including Frederick Douglass, Harriet Tubman, and Sojourner Truth, each of whom spoke up on behalf of women's rights as well as against slavery. Moreover, to place the suffrage materials in historical context the collection also includes pre-suffrage treatise on women's rights and legal documents dating to the 16th century as well as materials related to post-suffrage efforts (1921-2000) to pass the ERA, the formation of N.O.W., the women's liberation movement, and the Pro-Choice movement.


Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Lucy Hargrett Draper British and American women's history collection, ms3071, Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, The University of Georgia Libraries.

General Notes

Audiovisual materials included in the collection are under copyright and are only intended to be used as artifacts.


Related Materials and Subjects

Subject Terms

Anthony, Susan B. (Susan Brownell), 1820-1906
Articles.
Broadsides (notices)
Buttons (information artifacts)
Caricatures and cartoons.
Catt, Carrie Chapman, 1859-1947
Duval, Emily
Editorial cartoons.
Feminism.
First-wave feminism.
Hill, Alberta Martie
Howe, Julia Ward, 1819-1910
Mott, Lucretia, 1793-1880
Pankhurst, E. Sylvia (Estelle Sylvia), 1882-1960
Pankhurst, Emmeline, 1858-1928
Pennants.
Photographs.
Postcards.
Posters.
Second-wave feminism.
Stanton, Elizabeth Cady, 1815-1902
Suffrage -- United States.
Suffragettes.
Suffragists.
Women -- Legal status, laws, etc.
Women -- Social conditions.
Women's rights -- United States.

Related Collections in this Repository

This collection forms part of the Lucy Hargrett Draper Center and Archive for the Study of the Rights of Women in History and Law, 1550-2050.

The publications associated with this collection are searchable through GIL-Find and their bibliographic records associate them with the Center and Archive.

Related collections in this repository include: Cambio-Avery women's movement collection, ms3939; Rebecca Latimer Felton papers, ms81; Georgia Commission on the Status of Women, ms2045; Corra Harris papers, ms734; Marion Colley Boyd papers, ms1149; and Jeannette Rankin papers, RBRL325.

Related collections in other repositories include the Lucy Hargrett Draper Collections on Women's Rights, Advocacy and the Law, Georgia State University.


Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

 

1. Postcards



1.1 United States

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11Sight-seeing car "Buffalo", Owned by Capt. J.B. Souter, 405 Massachusetts Avenue. May be chartered for private parties. Apply to above for information. Corner Main Eagle; 9 x 14 cm; b&w photograph; Written on face of card: Aug. 27 908 [Image: Photograph of women in sight-seeing car "Buffalo" in front of DAR building, Memorial Continental Hall, Washington, DC] Addressed to: Miss Nellie Meisenheimer, 433-15 Ave., Milwaukee, Wis. / Postmarked: Buffalo, NY, July 18, 1908
12Written on face of card: "This was taken on election day. The church isn't finished yet. You can see that the windows are not in. It's going to be mighty pretty. Do you recognize the horse and rider. Answer soon. We voted yes."; 9 x 14 cm; b&w photograph; [Image: Photograph of men voting at a polling place in front of a church in Shawneetown, IL]; Message: "Just received your card. Think it's very pretty. So you are going away. But before you leave -- I wish I could go with you. Hope you will have a dandy time am crazy to see you. Lovingly, Ida. You know what you said about the 19th. Well had just written a postal when I reseived [sic] yours, but guess I'll have to send it on -- That's the limit." / Addressed to: Miss Genevieve Jones, Equality, Illinois / Postmarked: Shawneetown, Ill., Apr 17, 1908
13Ambridge, PA View of Merchant St. Looking East; 9 x 14 cm; b&w photograph; [Suffrage Parade]; Imprint: Ambridge News Co., Horlick Bros., Ambridge, Pa. / Pub. By The Rich Photo-Process Co., 28 East 23d St., New York / Not addressed / Unposted
14Back of Card: Atlanta's equal suffrage float in a civic parade 1913; 10 x 14 cm; b&w photograph; Imprint: Courtesy of the Atlanta Historical Society. Series: From Thirty-Two Picture Postcards of Old Atlanta copyright 1978 by Dover Publications, Inc. [New York] / Unposted
15Written on back of card: Suffrage March of the Victory Reserve Lodge, 4th of July Parade; 9 x14 cm; b&w photograph; [U.S.; s.n., 19--] / Unposted.
16Amendment Float - Suffragettes Parade - March 3rd, 1913, Washington D. C.; 9 x 14 cm; b&w photograph; Float sign: "We demand an amendment to the Constitution of the United States enfranchising the women of this country." Imprint: Published by I & M Ottenheimer, Baltimore, Md. - Unposted - 3 copies
17Crowd on Penna. Ave. at 15th St. Looking Towards the Capital (Suffragette's Parade) March 3, 1913, Washington, D.C.; 9 x 14 cm; b&w photograph; [19th Amendment Float, 1913]; Imprint: Published by I & M Ottenheimer, Baltimore, Md. / Unposted.
18Liberty and Her Attendants - (Suffragette's Tableau) in Front of Treasury Bldg., March 3, 1913, Washington, D.C.; 9 x 14 cm; b&w photograph; Message: "Passadena, Md., May 6:13. We are spending the day here -- a letter last eve. Kate tells me "Tal" has gone -- I am deeply grieved for you and all the family. Poor Alice I know how she will miss him each [illegible]. Tis hard to realize. I am anxious to see Carl. Eulie has a Scotch terrier "Dutchy" ugly-but-good & two Bunnies. Tell J. we will be home this week sometime. Love & all, Nellie." Addressed to: Miss E. W. Johnson, Newport, Delaware / Imprint: Published by I. & M Ottenheimer, Baltimore, Md. [1913] / Postmarked: [illegible], Md. - 3 copies, 1913 May 6
19Starting of Suffragette's Parade Coming Up Penna. Ave. March 3, 1913, Washington, D.C.; 9 x 14 cm; b&w photograph; Message: "March 12. Dear Miss Hesse: As a reward to you for the very interesting letter & clippings I send you the prettiest suffrage card that was to be found in this city. Will write more if I ever have strength & time. Love L.E. Haupt" / Addressed to: Miss M. H. Hesse, Pen Argyl, Pa., Public Schools of City. / Imprint: Published by I. & M. Ottenheimer, Baltimore, Md. [1913] / Postmarked: Washington, D.C., March 12, 1913.
110Starting of Suffragette's Parade Coming Up Penna. Ave. March 3, 1913, Washington, D.C.; 9 x 14 cm; b&w photograph; Imprint: Published by I. & M. Ottenheimer, Baltimore, Md. [1913] / Unposted.
111Suffragette's Procession Moving Up Pennsylvania Avenue Showing the Capitol Building in the Background, March 3, 1913, Washington, D.C.; 9 x 14 cm; b&w photograph; Imprint: Published by I. & M. Ottenheimer, Baltimore, Md. - not posted - 2 copies
112Women Representing Foreign Countries Suffragette's Parade, March 3rd, 1913, Washington, D.C.; 9 x 14 cm; b&w photograph; Message: Four P.M. March 26-13 This has been a weary day with rain pouring down since early morn. I have been very busy, but if possible I will write a letter tonight. Love, REW. /Addressed to: Miss Florence Caton, State Sanatorium, Room #26, Frederick, Co., Md. Love, REW. Imprint: I. & M. Ottenheimer, Baltimore, Md./Postmarked: Washington, D.C., Mar 26 8PM 1913
1149 x 14 cm; b&w photograph; Written on back: During Suffrage Parade [Crowd at Suffrage Parade March 3, 1913, Washington, D.C.] Imprint: Little Art Shop Pub., 1423 F St., Wash., D.C. / Unposted
115The Herald, Miss Inez Milholland [1913]; 9 x 14 cm; b&w photograph; [Miss Inez Milholland on white horse] Message: "Washington, D.C. Cos. Walter: Lou and I are down here to see the sights. This was one of the leaders in the Suffragette Parade last Monday -- Dan - Louise." / Addressed to: Mr. W.A. Bush, Holly, Mich. R.D. No. 4 / Imprint: Pub. by Leet Bros., Wash., D.C. / Postmarked: Washington, D.C. March 7, 1913.
116Part of the Law Contingent; 9 x 14 cm; b&w photograph; Written on front of card: Suffrage Parade, Mar. 3/13; Message: You may have heard of the great parade & how we could not pass thro the crowd. Mrs. Mussey, Dean of the Woman's Law College wh she founded, in the left front. The day was fine, but not summer time, as costumes might suggest. My division was in 3 electric cars - 8 women whose ages amounted to 627 years. Write me how the housekeeping goes now; & what time you have to give to it. We are having spring time, with no winter time yet. Royal is in W for a week on biz, & dined with me last eve down stairs. I can't manage a man's appetite, you know. Lots going on & every body new in the business -- "Democracy". Love to you from N.L. W" / Addressed to: Miss Ormaida Curtis-Harrison, 2828 Kelsey St., Berkeley, California / Imprint: Pub. by Leet Bros., Wash., D.C. [1913] / Postmarked: Washington, D.C. March 21, 1913
117Suffragette Series No. 1, Suffragette Madonna, Copyright 1909 by Dunston-Weiler Lithograph Co. [Dunkirk, NY]; 9 x 14 cm; color w/ gold background; ["Madonna" Image: Father giving baby a bottle with a plate in the background forming a halo behind the father's head.] / Message: "Our Mr. W.B. Trimble will call on you Sep. 29. Yours respectfully, Jacob G. Shirk & Son" / Addressed to: John S. Fandword, Elverson, Pa. / Postmarked: Illegible, Pa. - 2 copies, 1909 September 24
118Suffragette Series No. 2, Electioneering, Copyrighted, 1909 by Dunston-Weiler Lithograph Co. [Dunkirk, NY]; 9 x 14 cm; color w/ white background; [Image: Suffragette tendering a dollar to two older women] / Unposted.
119Suffragette Series No. 2, Electioneering, Copyrighted, 1909 by Dunston-Weiler Lithograph Co. [Dunkirk, NY]; 9 x 14 cm; color w/ gold background; [Image: Suffragette tendering a dollar to two older women]; Message: "Am afraid to sign my name to this -- Dolph" / Addressed to: Miss Alice Bernheim, Cincinnati, Ohio. Kemper Lane / Postmarked: Hoopeston, Ill., Sep. 7, 1912.
120Suffragette Series No. 3, Pantalette Suffragette In the Sweet Bye and Bye, Copyrighted [1909 by Dunston-Weiler Lithograph Co., Dunkirk, NY]; 9 x 14 cm; color w/ white background; [Image: Suffragette wearing trousers and high heels.] Message: "Dear Sis. Rec'd your letter & was real glad to get it. I am sending you a piece for you to read where it says Howard is dead. Love from Marina." / Newspaper clipping attached to back of card / Addressed to: Miss Louise Carding, Glen Ranch Resort, Keenbrook, Cal. / Unposted.
121Suffragette Series No. 3, Pantalette Suffragette In the Sweet Bye and Bye, Copyright 1909 by Dunston-Weiler Lithograph Co. [Dunkirk, NY]; 9 x 14 cm; color w/ gold background; [Image: Suffragette wearing trousers and high heels] Message: "Hello Irene. I came home last Sun. Feb 25 from the Hospital. I am feeling fine but am awful weak yet. It will be 3 wk tomorrow since I was operated on. I am sorry to hear you will have to be operated on again, for I know what it is now, but take better care of yourself this time, don't go to any more dances in four weeks, ha ha. Your Friend, Laura Pierce. Write soon." / Addressed to: Miss Irene Wiggins, 2818 Chathan Ave., Cleveland, Ohio / Postmarked: Lancaster, Ohio Mar 5, 1912.
122Suffragette Series No. 4, Suffragette Vote-Getting The Easiest Way, Copyrighted [1909 by Dunston-Weiler Lithograph Co., Dunkirk, NY]; 9 x 14 cm; color w/ white background [Image: Attractive suffragette embracing an unsuspecting male passerby. ] Unposted.
123Suffragette Series No. 4, Suffragette Vote-Getting The Easiest Way, Copyrighted [1909 by Dunston-Weiler Lithograph Co., Dunkirk, NY]; 9 x 14 cm; color w/ white background [Image: Attractive suffragette embracing an unsuspecting male passerby.] / Unposted.
124Suffragette Series No. 5, Suffragette Coppettee Beware of the Dog, Copyrighted [1909 by Dunston-Weiler Lithograph Co., Dunkirk, NY]; 9 x 14 cm; color w/ white background; [Image: Attractive suffragette in a police uniform, holding a puppy on a leash and brandishing a rolling pin like a nightstick, is eyed by a top-hatted dandy.]; Message: "Well since we got here all right they are all well. Well how about them Ropes well we got here Winsday [sic] night we got a Ridge and come out tell Harson Hello for me. Well I am in a hurry so ancir [sic] soon from Eda to Tincie Site Sorn address Carryville, Ark. I will Rite [sic] to Ant Rasa." / Addressed to: Miss Tincie Cooley, Yale, Ill., R.R. 1 / Postmarked: Carryville, Ark., Mar 6, 1914.
125Suffragette Series No. 5, Suffragette Coppettee Beware of the Dog, Copyright 1909 by Dunston-Weiler Lithograph Co., [Dunkirk, NY]; 9 x 14 cm; color w/ gold background; [Image: Attractive suffragette in a police uniform, holding a puppy on a leash and brandishing a rolling pin like a nightstick, is eyed by a top-hatted dandy]; Message: "Dear Cousin: How are you. I am well pretty tired now came back from picking black berries. I guess I won't go to the Marion fair. H.S. and I are going to the Warren fair next week. When are you coming up? Answer soon. Blanche K." / Addressed to: Miss Maggie Kissinger, Marion, Ind., R.R. #6 / Postmarked: VanBuren, Ind., July 22, 1913.
126Suffragette Series No. 6, Uncle Sam, Suffragee, Copyright 1909 by Dunston-Weiler Lithograph Co., [Dunkirk, NY]; 9 x 14 cm; color w/ gold background; [Image: Woman? dressed as Uncle Sam with a striped jacket and a star-spangled skirt.] Message: "Darn it I don't send you my picture. I had it taken before and that calendar reminded me of Ardelia in her young days. Sincerely, Aunt Samantha." / Addressed to: Mr. Bert S. Geyer, South Cushing - Postmarked, 1914
127Suffragette Series No. 6, Uncle Sam, Suffragee, Copyright 1909 by Dunston-Weller Lithograph Co., [Dunkirk, NY]; 9 x 14 cm; color w/ gold background; [Image: Woman dressed as Uncle Sam with a striped jacket and a star-spangled skirt.] - not posted - 3 copies
128Suffragette Series No. 8, I Don't Care If She Never Comes Back, Copyrighted [1909 by Dunston-Weiler Lithograph Co., Dunkirk, NY]; 9 x 14 cm; color w/ white background; [Image: Young husband in rocking chair surrounded by loving happy children; on wall is a framed saying: "What is a Home without a Father"] / Unposted
129Suffragette Series No. 9, Queen of the Poll; Copyright by Dunston-Weiler Lithograph Co., [Dunkirk, NY]; 9 x 14 cm; color w/ gold background; [Image: Attractive young suffragette smoking a cigarette and standing by a telephone pole on which are posted election slogans.]; Message: "Dear Sir, Come over this week. I want to see you. Yours, Wm. Siervert" / Addressed to: Mr. G. C. Keller, Helenville, Wis. / Postmarked: Jefferson, Wis., July 13 - 2 copies
130Suffragette Series No. 10, Where, Oh Where, Is My Wandering Wife Tonight?, Copyrighted [1909 by Dunston-Weiler Lithograph Co., Dunkirk, NY]; 9 x 14 cm; color w/ gold background; [Image: Husband left to care for crying infants while his wife is away campaigning. ] Unposted
131Suffragette Series No. 11, I Want to Vote, But My Wife Wont Let Me; 9 x 14 cm; color w/ gold background; Copyrighted 1909 by Dunston-Weiler Lithograph Co., [Dunkirk, NY] [Image: Husband tending baby and washing clothes while his wife is away; on wall is framed saying: "Everybody works but Mother; she's a suffragette." - Message: "Grabill, Ind., July 7, '10. Hello Hellen, how are you any how. I haven't caught any fish lately have you. We are well, hope you the same. Getting ready for Conference. Write--Sam] - Addressed to: Miss Helen Gifford, Montpelier, Ohio R.D. - Postmarked: Grabill, Ind. - 3 copies, 1910 July 7
132Suffragette Series No. 12, I Love My Husband, But--Oh You Vote; 9 x 14 cm; color w/ gold background; Copyrighted 1909 by Dunston-Weiler Lithograph Co., [Dunkirk, NY]; [Image: Attractive woman holding an official ballot while wind blows her skirt, exposing her ankles.]; Message: "I just found this card while looking over some and thought of you. Am well and happy, hope you are ditto. Mrs. Morrissey." / Addressed to: Dr. Harriet M. Doane, Cor Oneida & Third St., Fulton, N.Y. / Postmarked: Boston, Mass. - 2 copies, 1910 September 12
133Suffragette Series No. 12, I Love My Husband, But--Oh You Vote; 9 x 14 cm; color w/ gold background; Copyrighted 1909 by Dunston-Weiler Lithograph Co., [Dunkirk, NY]; [Image: Attractive woman holding an official ballot while wind blows her skirt, exposing her ankles.] / Unposted
134Woman should not condemn Man because she has not the right of franchise--rather condemn parents for having trained their sons since the beginning of time, in the belief that MAN only is competent to vote., Copyright 1910 Cargill Ltd.; 9 x 14 cm; color ; [Image: Maxim surrounded by a purple banner bearing the words "Think It Over" at the top and "An ounce of persuasion precedes a pound of coercion." In the upper left corner is the American shield upon which has been superimposed a black smear labeled "The ballot is denied to woman" as "The blot on the escutcheon."]; Imprint: No. 101. Published by The Cargill Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. U.S.A. on a profit sharing plan, whereby every dollar's worth sold means money in the National Treasury. Endorsed and Approved by the National American Woman Suffrage Association - not posted - 2 copies
135It's up to PARENTS to teach the rising generation of BOTH SEXES that PATRIOTISM, CITIZENSHIP and SUFFRAGE should know no sex., Copyrighted 1910 by The Cargill Co.; 9x14 cm.; .[Image: Maxim surrounded by a purple banner bearing the words "Think It Over" at the top and "An ounce of persuasion precedes a pound of coercion." In the upper left corner is the American shield upon which has been superimposed a black smear labeled "The ballot is denied to woman" as "The blot on the escutcheon."]; Imprint: No. 102. Published by The Cargill Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. U.S.A. on a profit sharing plan, whereby every dollar's worth sold means money in the National Treasury. Endorsed and Approved by the National American Woman Suffrage Association - not posted - 2 copies
136It is not forcing a burden on WOMAN to grant her the right of franchise, for though the right to vote may be hers, she would not be compelled to exercise it any more than MAN. Copyrighted 1910 by The Cargill Co. Cargill Co.; 9 x 14 cm; color; [Image: Maxim surrounded by a purple banner bearing the words "Think It Over" at the top and "An ounce of persuasion precedes a pound of coercion." In the upper left corner is the American shield upon which has been superimposed a black smear labeled "The ballot is denied to woman" as "The blot on the escutcheon."] Imprint: No. 103. Published by The Cargill Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. U.S.A. on a profit sharing plan, whereby every dollar's worth sold means money in the National Treasury. Endorsed and Approved by the National American Woman Suffrage Association - not posted - 2 copies
137The Declaration of Independence was the direct result of taxation without representation...Either exempt WOMAN from taxation or grant her the right of Equal Suffrage. "What is sauce for the GANDER is sauce for the Goose." 9 x 14 cm; color ; Copyrighted 1910 by The Cargill Co.; [Image: Maxim surrounded by a purple banner bearing the words "Think It Over" at the top and "An ounce of persuasion precedes a pound of coercion." In the upper left corner is the American shield upon which has been superimposed a black smear labeled "The ballot is denied to woman" as "The blot on the escutcheon."]; Imprint: No. 104. Published by The Cargill Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. U.S.A. on a profit sharing plan, whereby every dollar's worth sold means money in the National Treasury. Endorsed and Approved by the National American Woman Suffrage Association - not posted - 2 copies
138Will Woman be forced to vote if granted the right of Suffrage? ? ? ?Is MAN disfranchised for not exercising this right? Do not be misled. Copyrighted 1910 by The Cargill Co. Cargill Co.; [Image: Maxim surrounded by a purple banner bearing the words "Think It Over" at the top and "An ounce of persuasion precedes a pound of coercion." In the upper left corner is the American shield upon which has been superimposed a black smear labeled "The ballot is denied to woman" as "The blot on the escutcheon."]; Imprint: No. 105. Published by The Cargill Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. U.S.A. on a profit sharing plan, whereby every dollar's worth sold means money in the National Treasury. Endorsed and Approved by the National American Woman Suffrage Association - not posted - 2 copies
139Equal Suffrage is neither more nor less than simple justice. Copyrighted 1910 by The Cargill Co. Cargill Co.; 9x14 cm; color; [Image: Maxim surrounded by a purple banner bearing the words "Think It Over" at the top and "An ounce of persuasion precedes a pound of coercion." In the upper left corner is the American shield upon which has been superimposed a black smear labeled "The ballot is denied to woman" as "The blot on the escutcheon."] Imprint: No. 106. Published by The Cargill Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. U.S.A. on a profit sharing plan, whereby every dollar's worth sold means money in the National Treasury. Endorsed and Approved by the National American Woman Suffrage Association - not posted - 3 copies
140Woman, if granted the right of Equal Suffrage, would not endeavor to pass new laws for the benefit of WOMAN only. She would work and vote with MAN on all legislation. For references apply to WYOMING, COLORADO, UTAH and IDAHO. Copyrighted 1910 by The Cargill Co.; 9 x 14 cm; color; Image: Maxim surrounded by a purple banner bearing the words "Think It Over" at the top and "An ounce of persuasion precedes a pound of coercion." In the upper left corner is the American shield upon which has been superimposed a black smear labeled "The ballot is denied to woman" as "The blot on the escutcheon."] Imprint: No. 107. Published by The Cargill Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. U.S.A. on a profit sharing plan, whereby every dollar's worth sold means money in the National Treasury. Endorsed and Approved by the National American Woman Suffrage Association - not posted - 2 copies
141EQUAL SUFFRAGE should be a daily topic in every home and open to discussion by the entire family, that they may all have an intelligent understanding of the question. EQUAL SUFFRAGE means the salvation of this nation from CORRUPTION. Copyrighted 1910 by The Cargill Co.; 9 x 14 cm; color; [Image: Maxim surrounded by a purple banner bearing the words "Think It Over" at the top and "An ounce of persuasion precedes a pound of coercion." In the upper left corner is the American shield upon which has been superimposed a black smear labeled "The ballot is denied to woman" as "The blot on the escutcheon."]; Imprint: No. 108. Published by The Cargill Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. U.S.A. on a profit sharing plan, whereby every dollar's worth sold means money in the National Treasury. Endorsed and Approved by the National American Woman Suffrage Association - not posted - 2 copies
142The framers of the Constitution of the United States, foreseeing the social and political conditions that would confront the nation, did not restrict the right of Suffrage to MAN. Copyrighted 1910 by The Cargill Co.; 9 x 14 cm; color; [Image: Maxim surrounded by a purple banner bearing the words "Think It Over" at the top and "An ounce of persuasion precedes a pound of coercion." In the upper left corner is the American shield upon which has been superimposed a black smear labeled "The ballot is denied to woman" as "The blot on the escutcheon."]; Imprint: No. 109. Published by The Cargill Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. U.S.A. on a profit sharing plan, whereby every dollar's worth sold means money in the National Treasury. Endorsed and Approved by the National American Woman Suffrage Association - not posted - 3 copies
143A fundamental principle of this government is TAXATION WITH REPRESENTATION. We are all taxpayers, both WOMAN and MAN. Hence--EQUAL SUFFRAGE. IT ADMITS OF NO ARGUMENT. Copyrighted 1910 by The Cargill Co.; 9 x 14 cm; color; Image: Maxim surrounded by a purple banner bearing the words "Think It Over" at the top and "An ounce of persuasion precedes a pound of coercion." In the upper left corner is the American shield upon which has been superimposed a black smear labeled "The ballot is denied to woman" as "The blot on the escutcheon."]; Imprint: No. 110. Published by The Cargill Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. U.S.A. on a profit sharing plan, whereby every dollar's worth sold means money in the National Treasury. Endorsed and Approved by the National American Woman Suffrage Association - not posted - 2 copies
144Because WOMAN has the right to vote is no reason why she must necessarily serve on the police force. Copyrighted 1910 by The Cargill Co.; 9 x 14 cm; [Image: Maxim surrounded by a purple banner bearing the words "Think It Over" at the top and "An ounce of persuasion precedes a pound of coercion." In the upper left corner is the American shield upon which has been superimposed a black smear labeled "The ballot is denied to woman" as "The blot on the escutcheon."]; Imprint: No. 112. Published by The Cargill Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. U.S.A. on a profit sharing plan, whereby every dollar's worth sold means money in the National Treasury. Endorsed and Approved by the National American Woman Suffrage Association - not posted - 2 copies
145Because WOMAN owns real estate is no reason why she should vote--every WOMAN (the same as MAN) is a TAX PAYER and a CITIZEN and "OF THE PEOPLE". ENOUGH SAID. Copyrighted 1910 by The Cargill Co.; 9 x 14 cm; color; [Image: Maxim surrounded by a purple banner bearing the words "Think It Over" at the top and "An ounce of persuasion precedes a pound of coercion." In the upper left corner is the American shield upon which has been superimposed a black smear labeled "The ballot is denied to woman" as "The blot on the escutcheon."] Imprint: No. 113. Published by The Cargill Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. U.S.A. on a profit sharing plan, whereby every dollar's worth sold means money in the National Treasury. Endorsed and Approved by the National American Woman Suffrage Association - not posted - 3 copies
146Parents have the training of their children's minds, and it is their sacred duty to rear them, regardless of ex, to believe in EQUAL RIGHTS both socially and politically. Be not afraid to teach JUSTICE. Copyrighted 1910 by The Cargill Co.; 9 x 14 cm; color; [Image: Maxim surrounded by a purple banner bearing the words "Think It Over" at the top and "An ounce of persuasion precedes a pound of coercion." In the upper left corner is the American shield upon which has been superimposed a black smear labeled "The ballot is denied to woman" as "The blot on the escutcheon."] Imprint: No. 114. Published by The Cargill Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. U.S.A. on a profit sharing plan, whereby every dollar's worth sold means money in the National Treasury. Endorsed and Approved by the National American Woman Suffrage Association - not posted - 2 copies
147Don't Consult MACHINE POLITICIANS about WOMAN SUFFRAGE--talk it over with fair minded men "who have no ax to grind" Copyrighted 1910 by The Cargill Co.; 9 x 14 cm; color; [Image: Maxim surrounded by a purple banner bearing the words "Think It Over" at the top and "An ounce of persuasion precedes a pound of coercion." In the upper left corner is the American shield upon which has been superimposed a black smear labeled "The ballot is denied to woman" as "The blot on the escutcheon."] Imprint: No. 115. Published by The Cargill Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. U.S.A. on a profit sharing plan, whereby every dollar's worth sold means money in the National Treasury. Endorsed and Approved by the National American Woman Suffrage Association - not posted - 2 copies
148MAN with political aspirations would do well from now on to consult WOMAN. 'Tis a "wise man" who heeds a timely warning. Copyrighted 1910 by The Cargill Co.; 9 x 14 cm; color; [Image: Maxim surrounded by a purple banner bearing the words "Think It Over" at the top and "An ounce of persuasion precedes a pound of coercion." In the upper left corner is the American shield upon which has been superimposed a black smear labeled "The ballot is denied to woman" as "The blot on the escutcheon."] Imprint: No. 116. Published by The Cargill Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. U.S.A. on a profit sharing plan, whereby every dollar's worth sold means money in the National Treasury. Endorsed and Approved by the National American Woman Suffrage Association - not posted - 3 copies
149Is it true GRANDMA that you brought up UNCLE in the belief that he is stronger mentally than MAMMA? And GRANDMA said, "I cannot tell a lie."; Copyrighted 1910 by The Cargill Co. ; 9 x 14 cm; color; [Image: Maxim surrounded by a purple banner bearing the words "Think It Over" at the top and "An ounce of persuasion precedes a pound of coercion." In the upper left corner is the American shield upon which has been superimposed a black smear labeled "The ballot is denied to woman" as "The blot on the escutcheon."] Imprint: No. 117. Published by The Cargill Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. U.S.A. on a profit sharing plan, whereby every dollar's worth sold means money in the National Treasury. Endorsed and Approved by the National American Woman Suffrage Association - not posted - 3 copies
150Beware of MAGAZINES and NEWSPAPERS which are opposed to WOMAN SUFFRAGE. THERE'S A REASON. Copyrighted 1910 by The Cargill Co.; 9 x 14 cm; color; [Image: Maxim surrounded by a purple banner bearing the words "Think It Over" at the top and "An ounce of persuasion precedes a pound of coercion." In the upper left corner is the American shield upon which has been superimposed a black smear labeled "The ballot is denied to woman" as "The blot on the escutcheon."] Imprint: No. 118. Published by The Cargill Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. U.S.A. on a profit sharing plan, whereby every dollar's worth sold means money in the National Treasury. Endorsed and Approved by the National American Woman Suffrage Association - not posted - 2 copies
151Machine politicians do not want Equal Suffrage for WOMAN. Too much TRUTH, HONESTY and PURITY applied to "THE MACHINE" would demolish it. Copyrighted 1910 by The Cargill Co.; 9 x 14 cm; color; [Image: Maxim surrounded by a purple banner bearing the words "Think It Over" at the top and "An ounce of persuasion precedes a pound of coercion." In the upper left corner is the American shield upon which has been superimposed a black smear labeled "The ballot is denied to woman" as "The blot on the escutcheon."]; Imprint: No. 119. Published by The Cargill Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. U.S.A. on a profit sharing plan, whereby every dollar's worth sold means money in the National Treasury. Endorsed and Approved by the National American Woman Suffrage Association - not posted - 2 copies
152Any MAN who denies that WOMAN is his equal mentally, simply casts a clur on his MOTHER.; Copyrighted 1910 by The Cargill Co.; 9 x 14 cm; color; [Image: Maxim surrounded by a purple banner bearing the words "Think It Over" at the top and "An ounce of persuasion precedes a pound of coercion." In the upper left corner is the American shield upon which has been superimposed a black smear labeled "The ballot is denied to woman" as "The blot on the escutcheon."] Imprint: No. 120. Published by The Cargill Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. U.S.A. on a profit sharing plan, whereby every dollar's worth sold means money in the National Treasury. Endorsed and Approved by the National American Woman Suffrage Association - not posted - 2 copies
153If WOMAN had the same training politically as MAN, she would be equally competent to vote on all questions. Why not give her the opportunity?; Copyrighted 1910 by The Cargill Co.; 9 x 14 cm; color ; [Image: Maxim surrounded by a purple banner bearing the words "Think It Over" at the top and "An ounce of persuasion precedes a pound of coercion." In the upper left corner is the American shield upon which has been superimposed a black smear labeled "The ballot is denied to woman" as "The blot on the escutcheon."]; Imprint: No. 121. Published by The Cargill Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. U.S.A. on a profit sharing plan, whereby every dollar's worth sold means money in the National Treasury. Endorsed and Approved by the National American Woman Suffrage Association - not posted - 2 copies
154Every BOY loves and respects his mother and her teachings in early life. Why, therefore, after becoming a MAN should he deem her his inferior mentally? Copyrighted 1910 by The Cargill Co.; 9 x 14 cm; color; [Image: Maxim surrounded by a purple banner bearing the words "Think It Over" at the top and "An ounce of persuasion precedes a pound of coercion." In the upper left corner is the American shield upon which has been superimposed a black smear labeled "The ballot is denied to woman" as "The blot on the escutcheon."]; Imprint: No. 122 Published by The Cargill Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. U.S.A. on a profit sharing plan, whereby every dollar's worth sold means money in the National Treasury. Endorsed and Approved by the National American Woman Suffrage Association - not posted - 2 copies
155United Equal Suffrage States of America, Wyoming 1890 The First State to Enter the Union of States as They Ought To Be; 9 x 14 cm; color; [Image: American flag with only four stars.] Imprint: No. 123. Published by The Cargill Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. U.S.A. on a profit sharing plan, whereby every dollar's worth sold means money in the National Treasury. Copyright [1910] by The Cargill Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. U.S.A. Endorsed and Approved by the National American Woman Suffrage Association / Unposted
156United Equal Suffrage States of America, Utah 1896 The Third State to Enter the Union of States as They Ought To Be; 9 x 14 cm; color; [Image: American flag with only four stars.] Imprint: No. 124 Published by The Cargill Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. U.S.A. on a profit sharing plan, whereby every dollar's worth sold means money in the National Treasury. Copyright [1910] by The Cargill Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. U.S.A. Endorsed and Approved by the National American Woman Suffrage Association / Unposted
157United Equal Suffrage States of America, Colorado 1893 The Second State to Enter the Union of States as They Ought To Be; 9 x 14 cm; color ; [Image: American flag with only four stars.] Imprint: No. 125. Published by The Cargill Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. U.S.A. on a profit sharing plan, whereby every dollar's worth sold means money in the National Treasury. Copyright [1910] by The Cargill Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. U.S.A. Endorsed and Approved by the National American Woman Suffrage Association / Unposted
158United Equal Suffrage States of America, Wyoming 1890, Colorado 1893, Utah 1896, Idaho 1896, A star will be added to the flag as each State enters The Union of States as They Ought To Be; 9 x 14 cm; color; [Image: American flag with only four stars.]; Imprint: No. 126. Published by The Cargill Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. U.S.A. on a profit sharing plan, whereby every dollar's worth sold means money in the National Treasury. Copyright [1910] by The Cargill Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. U.S.A. Endorsed and Approved by the National American Woman Suffrage Association / Unposted
159United Equal Suffrage States of America, Idaho 1896 The Fourth State to Enter The Union of States as They Ought To Be; 9 x 14 cm; color; [Image: American flag with only four stars.]; Imprint: No. 127. Published by The Cargill Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. U.S.A. on a profit sharing plan, whereby every dollar's worth sold means money in the National Treasury. Copyright [1910] by The Cargill Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. U.S.A. Endorsed and Approved by the National American Woman Suffrage Association / Unposted
160Equal Suffrage is the Birthright of Woman; 9 x 14 cm; color; [Image: Purple and gold suffrage banner with the American shield upon which has been superimposed a black smear labeled "The ballot is denied to woman" as "The blot on the escutcheon."]; Imprint: No. 128. Published by The Cargill Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. U.S.A. on a profit sharing plan, whereby every dollar's worth sold means money in the National Treasury. Endorsed and Approved by the National American Woman Suffrage Association [Copyright 1910 by The Cargill Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. U.S.A.] / Unposted
161I go for all sharing the privileges of the government who assist in bearing its burdens, by no means excluding women." Abraham Lincoln; 9 x 14 cm; color; [Image: Statue of Abraham Lincoln standing before a chair on which is draped an American flag with only four stars. In the upper left hand corner is the American shield upon which has been superimposed a black smear labeled "The ballot is denied to woman" as "The blot on the escutcheon."]; Imprint: No. 129. Published by The Cargill Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. U.S.A. on a profit sharing plan, whereby every dollar's worth sold means money in the National Treasury. Endorsed and Approved by the National American Woman Suffrage Association [Copyright 1910 by The Cargill Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. U.S.A.] / Unposted
162The Blot on The Escutcheon; 9 x 14 cm; color; [Image: American shield upon which has been superimposed a black smear labeled "The ballot is denied to woman"]; Imprint: No. 130. Published by The Cargill Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. U.S.A. on a profit sharing plan, whereby every dollar's worth sold means money in the National Treasury. Endorsed and Approved by the National American Woman Suffrage Association [Copyright 1910 by The Cargill Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. U.S.A.] / Unposted
163Votes for Women, Ain't man generous? Everything but that Vote!; 9 x 14 cm; color; [Wall, Bernhardt; Bergman Series] 6342; [Image: Little boy kneeling at the foot of a pedestal on which stands a little girl and presenting her with money and a heart.]/ Unposted
164Votes for Women, The Spirit of 1776 To-day "No Taxation Without Representation."; 9 x 14 cm; color; [G. Bergman, 1913, New York; Bergman Series] 6342; [Image: Little girl in 18th-century boy's jacket and hat and holding a sword.]; Message: Dear Sister, Frank is geting [sic] better right along he sits up now and is geting [sic] a little appetite. Best regards from us all. From Elsie. / Addressed to: Miss Lucy Hempel, 602 Wells St., Milwaukee. Wis / /Postmarked: Sturgeon Bay, Wis., Oct 9.
165Votes for Women, You've Called Us the Better Half Long Enough, Now Make Good Your Bluff; 9 x 14 cm; color; [Wall, Bernhardt, Bergman Series] 6342; [Image: Little girl reaching out to embrace small boy in bowler hat.]; Message: Dear Sister, Frank is geting [sic] along fine he got up today for the first time but he has to be real carefull yet he got the candy and thanks for it. Much love, Elsie. / Addressed to: Miss Lucy Hempel, 602 Wells St., Milwaukee, Wis. / [G. Bergman, 1913, New York] / Postmarked: Sturgeon Bay, Wis., Oct. 11
166Votes for Women, I have it all. I SHOULD WORRY!; 9 x 14 cm; color; [Wall, Bernhardt, Bergman Series] 6385; [Image: Little boy kneeling at the foot of a pedestal on which stands a little girl and presenting her with money and a heart. ]; Message: "Columbus, O[hio] How about it? Am having a fine time. Anne. / Addressed to: Mr. Chester Crockett, R.F.D., Franklin, Ohio / [G. Bergman, 1912, New York] / Postmarked: Columbus, Ohio, Oct 28.
167Votes for Women, I have no vote but get there just the same. I SHOULD WORRY!; 9 x 14 cm; color; [Wall, Bernhardt, Bergman Series] 6385; [Image: Flirtatious little girl in provocative pose.]; Message: Dear Friend: I rec'd your card O.K. I would like to have your picture & I will send you a picture of myself, if you want it, answer soon. Elizabeth Hammel. / Addressed to: Dudley Brott, Drewrys Bluff, Va., R.D. 1 / [G. Bergman, 1912, New York] / Postmarked: Woodland, Pa. Apr. 12, 1914.
168Votes for Women, We trust men as a whole, Why not at the poll?; 9 x 14 cm; color; [Wall, Bernhardt, Bergman Series] 6385; [Image: Little girl shaking her finger at small boy. ]; Message: Guess who? / Addressed to: Mrs. F.E. Sutch, 5933 Washington Ave., W. Phila / [G. Bergman, 1912, New York] / Postmarked: Philadelphia, PA., Feb 14
169De suffragette upon her box darns der men, but not der sox. ; 9 x 14 cm; b&w; [Image: Little Dutch girl standing on soapbox and holding "Votes for Women" banner.]; Message: "Hope your recovery will be speedy. Nora." / Addressed to: Mrs. C.J. Rowe, Dothan, Ala., c/o Moodys Hospital / Imprint: [Series] No. 2269, 15 des. COMIC DUTCH [U.S.] / Postmarked: Enterprise, Ala. - 3 copies, 1932 January 25
170The girls all vote in this town. May the best man win.; 9 x 14 cm; b&w photograph; [Image: Three kittens wearing dresses line up to vote.]; Imprint: Genuine Frees Animal Series, Photographs of real live pets, Copyright, 1932, Manning Pub. Co., Publishers of Woman's World Magazine, Chicago, Ill. Printed in U.S.A. All rights reserved. / Unposted
171Oh you Suffragette; 9 x 14 cm; color; [Image: Parade of chickens wearing bonnets and hats and carrying "Votes for Women" sign.]; Imprint: Chantecler Series No. 21, Copr. E. Nash - not posted - 2 copies, 1910
172Yes, indeedy ma'am! I bin a sufferagist fer years, mostly from rheumatiz!; 9 x 14 cm; color; [Image: Belligerent suffragette talking to elderly man and holding a "Votes for Women" sign.]; Message: Beware of wolves in sheeps clothing. Black Hand. / Addressed to: Mr. Clarence B. Calkins, Moline, Mich., c/o G.R. P Kazoo Dept. / Imprint: T.P. & Co. Series 226 [New York] / Postmarked: Burnip, Mich., Oct. 25, 1916.
173Now What Would You Do in a Case Like This?; 9 x 14 cm; color; [Image: Man sitting home caring for his colicky baby while his wife is out campaigning for women's suffrage holding a "Vote for Women" sign.]; Message: All are well. Can you beat this one. If so send them along. And I will try and find a better one. Dorothy Holts. / Addressed to: Mr. George Brown, West Rumney, N.H. / Imprint: T.P. & Co. Series 680 [New York] / Unposted
174The Argument is, why don't you let me hear from you. ; 9 x 14 cm; color; [Image: Little girl standing on a platform beside "Votes for Wimmen" sign.] Message: "Hope you are all well. Would like to hear from you. Love Millie." / Addressed to: Miss Mary Clanton, Camden, N.Y., General Delivery / Imprint: T.P. & Co. Series 895 [New York] / Postmarked: Syracuse, N.Y. - 2 copies, 1915 December 14
175If I ever had a vote and you wanted it, you would sure get it.; 9 x 14 cm; color; [ Image: A little boy watches as a little girl wearing a "Votes for Wimmen" sash walks by.]; Message: "March 17, 1915. Am going to send this over by George so as to give him a good excuse to call on you. Will write letter soon. I may visit school next Fri. You better plan to go in, too. I hope the school marm is as dignified as her sister was. G. has a good opinion of you Lona. Hope you all are well. Love M.E.S." / Addressed to: Miss Lona Holman. Kindness of G.M.B. / Imprint: T.P. & Company Series 895 [New York] / Unposted
176Nobody loves me, How can I win any votes.; 9 x 14 cm; color; (c1912 T.B. Co. N.Y.); [ Image: Little girl standing beside goldfish bowl on stand labeled "Votes fur Vimmen."]; Imprint: T.P. & Co. Series 895 [New York] / Unposted
177Would I win Your Vote?; 9 x 14 cm; color; [Image: Little girl wearing "Votes for Wimmen" sash stands in the middle of a ring into which two boys in Buster Brown suits have thrown their hats. ]; Message: "Hello Mary: Saturday just got back from town. Am not comming [sic] Wed. Clara. Nix--Carolyn. Couldn't think I'm sleepy. Wish I could be there Wednesday eve. so I do. C.S." / Addressed to: Miss Mary Delfs, Inman, Kansas / Imprint: T.P. & Co. Series 895 [New York] / Postmarked: Haven, Kansas, August 25, 1913
178Something new in Financial fields.; 9 x 14; color; [Image: Two little boys playing craps watch a little girl holding a "Votes for Women" sign as she bends over to pick a flower. ]; Imprint: Theochrom Serie 1327, Printed in the U.S. - not posted - 2 copies
179Why Didn't You Stay Single!; 9 x 14 cm; color; Copyright The Ullman Mfg Co. ; [Image: Man wheeling baby carriage past another man wearing sandwich-board "Votes for Women" sign.]; Imprint: American Colorgravure post card Series 138, Subject 2773 [New York].
180Why Didn't You Stay Single!; 9 x 14 cm; color; Copyright The Ullman Mfg Co.; [Image: Man wheeling baby carriage past another man wearing sandwich-board "Votes for Women" sign]; Message: "Not yet but later. R.P.S." / Addressed to: Mrs. La Vern Shay, 18 N. Holmeson, Indianapolis, Ind. / Imprint: American Colorgravure post card Series 138, Subject 2773 [New York] / Postmarked: Chicago, Ill., May 1, 1911.
181The Suffragette I can heartily recommend my wife for the office of Secretaryess of War. She's a born scrapper -- Yours, Ben A. Bused.; 9 x 14 cm; color; Copyright 1909, by Walter Wellman, No. 4001 [New York]; [ Image: Woman holding rolling pin standing over the prostrate body of her husband amid broken crockery; card printed in the purple, white and green colors of the WSPU. ]/ Unposted
182The Suffragette Our Next Presidentress; 9 x 14 cm; color; Copyright 1909, by Walter Wellman, No. 4002 [New York]; [Image: A weighty suffragette, "Miss Taffy," wields a broom labeled "The Big Stick" as a minute figure, "The Trusts," comments approvingly, "She's good enough for me." Card printed in the purple, white and green colors of the WSPU. ]/ Unposted
183The Suffragette The Senatoress; 9 x 14 cm; color; Copyright 1909, by Walter Wellman, No. 4003 [New York]; [Image: A sweet young thing running for Senatoress on a platform of reducing the tariff on Paris gowns and reduced "duties on women." Card printed in the purple, white and green colors of the WSPU.]/ Unposted
184The Suffragette Secretaryess of Treasury "Honest Graft."; 9 x 14 cm; color; Copyright 1909, by Walter Wellman, No. 4005 [New York]; [Image: Young wife removing money from the pockets of her husband's trousers while he watches from bed, saying "I want my rights." Card printed in the purple, white and green colors of the WSPU.]; Message: "Dear Carrie, I am well glad to hear pa was well agan [sic] was at Brighton this morning have a buggie over here now. Brother Nash will preach the memorial sermon at piasa will go to hear him. Down tell Pa to come. Oscar." / Addressed to: Miss Carrie Camp, Taylorville, Ill., 705 East Adams Street / Postmarked: Brighton, Ill. May 10, 1910.
185The Suffragette Bar Nothing but ice cream and pretzels. Oh! Joy!; 9 x 14 cm; color; Copyright 1909, by Walter Wellman, No. 4014 [New York]; [Image: Three young suffragettes wearing top hats attached with hatpins on top of their pompadours stand at a bar eating ice cream and pretzels. Sign on wall saying "No Trust." Card printed in the purple, white and green colors of the WSPU. ]; Message: "Your letter received, have not time to write. We can't come up till next Sunday, will write later. Crazy to see you. So long deary. Jane." / Addressed to: Mrs. F. R. Hummell, New Philadelphia, Ohio, R.F.D. #3 / Postmarked: Uhrichsville, Ohio, May 6, 1910.
186I'm a SufferYet; 9 x 14 cm; color; [Image: Beat up tom cat with his front leg in a sling.]; Imprint: Series No. 93 [U.S.] / Unposted
187Suffragettes Stumping for votes; 9 x 14 cm; color; [Image: Suffragette embracing man in street.] [Series No.] 698/12; Message: "Hello. How is this. Are you stumping for votes? What are you doing? Did you go to Fair this this week, I wanted to go but it was impossible to do so. Have you can much fruit this year? I know you have for this is so plenty of every thing. Ha Ha. Leona/Addressed to: Miss Anna Johnson, Alpine, Indiana, R.R. 14 / [U.S. 1910] / Postmarked: Laurel, Ind. - 3 copies, 1910 September 10
188The Way it's Going The new woman; 9 x 14 cm/color; [Series No.] 698/19; [Image: Suffragette going out to campaign leaving her husband to care for two small children.]; Message: "Hello Rene!--Maybe I can write if I can't phone I have tried two days & got mad just a little. Genie says if Daniel thinks those are all right he is willing for him to judge he may send those by stage to Gelatt to R. Stones, maybe you can get me if you try. Hope to see you soon. Your sis, Estta G." / Addressed to: Mrs. D. D. Foster, Susquehanna, Pa., R.D. #5 / [U.S. 1910] / Postmarked: Thompson, Pa. - 2 copies, 1910 August 9
189Suffragette Madonna, Crop of 1910; 9 x 14 cm; color; [Series No.] 698/35; [Image: Posed photograph of man giving bottle to doll with brass plate on mantel behind him forming a halo.]; [U.S. 1910] - not posted - 3 copies
190Election Day!; 9 x 14 cm; color; Copyright 1909 by E.W. Gustin; [Image: Woman in pince-nez and bowler hat with feather leaving husband to care for two small children while she goes off to campaign.]; Addressed to: Geo. Gistslager, Wooster, Ohio / Imprint: Printed in U.S.A., Series No. 5001 / Postmarked: Wooster, Ohio, 1913 August 18
191Election Day!; 9 x 14 cm; color; Copyright 1909 by E.W. Gustin; [Image: Woman in pince-nez and bowler hat with feather leaving husband to care for two small children while she goes off to campaign.] Imprint: Printed in U.S.A., Series No. 5001 - not posted - 3 copies
192Votes for Women Let's pull together!; 9 x 14 cm; color; c1915 Campbell Art Co., Elizabeth, N.J. 312; [ Image: Little boy and girl pulling on rope together to raise a yellow "Votes for Women" flag.]; Imprint: National Woman Suffrage Pub. Co. Inc., 505 Fifth Ave., New York City / Unposted
193Votes for Women She's good enough for me!; 9 x 14 cm; color; After the cartoon by Homer Davenport., c1915 Campbell Art Co., Elizabeth, N.J. 311; [Image: Two children, the boy dressed as Uncle Sam and the girl in 18th-century dress, hugging.]; Imprint: National Woman Suffrage Pub. Co. Inc., 505 Fifth Ave., New York City / Unposted
194Votes for Women Suffrage First!; 9 x 14 cm; color; c1915 Campbell Art Co., Elizabeth, N.J. 312; [Image: Little boy attempting to embrace little girl who holds out her hand to stop him.]; Imprint: National Woman Suffrage Pub. Co. Inc., 505 Fifth Ave., New York City / Unposted
195I pray for all the grownups wherever they may be, wat's done one teeny weeny thing to get a vote for me. When I am old I'll use it, I'm neither rich not clever, but I can give them lots of love, forever and forever. ; 9 x 14 cm; b&w; [Image: Little girl sitting up in bed saying her prayers.]; Message: "Mills College - Jan. 15, 1913. Thank you for your messages of good wishes and remembrance. I am enjoying my California experiences and as usual, have found abnormal weather! I shall go to Los Angeles soon and shall plung into that weather there. I have not been still long enough to get much extra flesh on my bare bones, but I am well and am, as ever, yours faithfully, Emma J. Gay"/ Addressed to: The Misses Sturge, Heathlands, Leigh Woods, Bristol, England / Postmarked: Mills College, Cal., Jan. 16, 1913.
196St. Valentine's Day Greeting Woman's sphere is in the HOME.; 9 x 14 cm; color; c. Wolf & Co. Phila.; [Image: A little girl in a mobcap sitting in a rocking chair sewing.] Message: "74 Westmoreland Ave., Longmeadow, Mass. 2/10/18, Dear Mabel, I am having a nice visit. Tomorrow we are going to see "Intolerance." Then Tuesday I am going to help Sadie pick out material for a new dress and help her get it started. Isabel." / Addressed to: Miss Mabel Twitchell, 285 North Main St., Naugatuck, Conn. / Imprint: W&C Trademark, New York, Phila. / Postmarked: Springfield, Mass., Feb. 11, 1918.
197To My Valentine Love Me Love My Vote; 9 x 14 cm; color; c. Wolf & Co. Phila.; [Image: A little girl in a mobcap wearing a yellow sash reading "Votes for Women." ]; Signed: Dorothy Whitacre / Addressed to: Ruth Meyers / Imprint: W&C Trademark, New York, Phila. / Unposted
198To My Valentine Love Me Love My Vote; 9 x 14 cm; color; embossed image; c. Int. Art Pub. Co.; [Image: A little girl in a mobcap wearing a yellow sash reading "Votes for Women." (reverse image of 97)]; Signed: Lettie / Addressed to: Mrs. E. F. Johnson, Box 516, East Greenwich, R.I. / Imprint: International Art Publ. Co., New York, Phila. - Postmarked: Providence, R.I. - 2 copies, 1920
199The Suffragette; 9 x 14 cm; color; [Image: Little girl and boy having a tea party. Little boy is sad and holding a doll.]; Message: "1935 N. 21 St., Phila, Pa., Dear Sue, Have intended to answer your letter, but neglected it. We are both well. Hope to see you in Aug. Ma joins me in love. Josephine. July 23" / Addressed to: Miss Sue Kline, Liverpool, Perry Co., Pa. / Imprint: [G. Berman, 1912, New York] / Postmarked: Philadelphia, Pa., July 23, 1912.
1100The Suffragette; 9 x 14 cm; color; [Image: Little girl and boy having a tea party. Little boy is sad and holding a doll.]; Signed: E.R.S. / Addressed to: Lillian Ryan, Upper Bridge, Belfast, Me. / Imprint: [G. Berman, 1912, New York] / Postmarked: Rockland, Me. - 2 copies, 1912 August 28
1101"Once-I-Got My Liberty, No-More Wedding-Bells For-Me!"; 9 x 14 cm; b&w; Copyright, 1910, by C. Hobson; [Image: Formidable woman heading out the door leaving husband to care for children, wash dishes, and scrub kitchen floor; "Votes for Women" sign on wall.]; Imprint: M295-15 Printed in U.S.A. / Unposted
1102Just take it from me--don't every try to tell a heavy weight suffragette the reason she shouldn't be allowed to vote.; 9 x 14 cm; color; [Image: Small boy nursing black eye from little girl suffragette.]; Message: "Guerneville, Southside farm. Friend Bud. Having a fine time came up for a rest but I think I will have to go home for one home was never like this. As Ever, Ella" / Addressed to: Mr. C. Shipaugh, 296 Larck St., S.F. / Imprint: Pub. by Gibson Art Co. Cinti and N.Y. / Postmarked: Guerneville, Cal., July 28, 1913.
1103Easter Greetings! 9 x 14 cm; color; [Image: Rooster in dressing gown left to care for chicks while hen in pince-nez dressed as suffragette goes out to campaign.]; Message: "Froliche Ostern! Wünscht dir diene Treue Freundin. Mary Gelle" / Addressed to: Miss Helene Kraf, 512 Linden Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. / Imprint: [Series:] 252-5007 Made in Germany / Postmarked: Pittsburg [sic], Pa., Apr. 10, 1911.
1104I believe in equal rights for women.; 9 x 14 cm; color; [Image: Little girl wearing yellow "Votes for Wimmen" sash sits in a chair with her feet propped up on the table and smokes a chocolate cigar. ]; Message: "Dear Fannie, How are you all hope Dawn is gaining. Want to see you all very much & shall come up. We expect Arthur and Eva over tomorrow if a deasent [sic] day. Write me soon Clayton has been awfully good about writing & thank him tell him I will write him. How is Warren want to see him Yes we want to see you all, we are all as usual. Was glad to get your letter. Can't you come down later & stay a few days? We will talk about it. Lovingly, Fannie A." / Addressed to: Mrs. Fannie Lothrop, West Sumner, Maine / Imprint: [Series:] S 199 Made in U.S.A. / Postmarked: [Illegible], ME [Illegible].
1105I suppose that expects to vote, some day; 9 x 14 cm; color; [Image: Little girl wearing yellow "Votes for Wimmen sash talking to small boy pulling a horse pull toy. ]; Message: "Dear girl, I wish you were here with me. I am having a very nice time. Do you go up on the hill berrying any? I helped Jessie pick berries one morning. Their bushes don't scratch. With love, Maria "/ Addressed to: Miss Martha Bell Thimmes, Lancaster, Ohio, Route 4, c/o Harry Thimmes / Imprint: [Series:] S 199 Made in U.S.A. / Postmarked: Gresham, Ohio - 2 copies, 1914
1106What chance has a mere man; 9 x 14 cm; color; [Image: Bemused little boy pointing over his shoulder at a parade of little girls, one riding a goat, wearing yellow sashes and carrying signs reading "Votes for Wimmen," "Give Us the Vote" and "We Want [picture of trousers]"] / Message: "Margret: I will be out Thursday evening about eight o'clock. W.K. Herd [sic] from Cassie Tuesday."/ Addressed to: Miss M. White, 85 Westville St., Dorchester, Mass. / Imprint: [Series:] S 199 Made in U.S.A. / Postmarked: Boston, Mass., September 16, 19 [illegible].
1107A woman's place is in her home; 9 x 14 cm; color; [Image: Little boy points his finger accusingly at a little girl wearing a yellow "Votes for Women" sash and carrying a "Votes for Wimmen" banner.] / Imprint: [Series:] S 199 Made in U.S.A. / Unposted
1108Puzzle--Find the head of the house. 9 x 14 cm; color; [Image: Man cowers in corner as wife threatens him with coal shovel and points at newspaper with headline "Votes for Women."] / Imprint: [Series:] X207 - not posted - 2 copies
1109- I would sooner be a Leap-yearette than a howling suffragette. ; 9 x 14 cm; b&w; [Image: Little boy and girl talking beneath an arrow piercing two hearts.]/ Unposted
1110'Ambition' - 9 x 14 cm; b&w; Copyright 1909 Roth & Longley, N.Y. ; [Image: Little girl in pince-nez standing on chair addressing a meeting of her dolls under the sign "Suffragettes' Meeting" and a coat of arms reading "England."] - not posted - 2 copies
1111Who said bugs! Suffragette-Bug: Down with mere man.; 9 x 14 cm; color; [Series:] 102; [Image: Insect wearing dress and pince-nez addressing a meeting of insects.]; Message: "Dear friend - Tho't I'd drop you a card to let you know that everything is O.K. in S-- Was very sorry that I didn't see you in P.I. How are you enjoying your vacation? Marie is more than going it. Hope you will ans. this. From Annie C. Anderson" / Addressed to: Miss Edith Thenser, Caribou, Me. / Postmarked: Stockholm, Maine, June 22, 1912
1112To tell you that I wish you A Happy Easter; 9 x 14 cm; color; [Image: Woman carrying hatbox and surrounded by chicks and a mother hen carrying a "Vote for Women" sign.] / Message: From Lizzie / Addressed to: Miss Stella Smoyer, R.F.D. No. 1, Bethlehem, Pa. / Imprint: Whitney Made Worcester, Mass. / Postmarked: Bethlehem, Pa., Apr. 17, 1919.
1113WOMAN'S RIGHTS. If, instead of ranting of Woman's Rights, You tried to look after some poor, sickly mites, And talk of their rights, long, strong and loud, You would then be a woman of whom we'd be proud. ; 9 x 14 cm; color; Copyright 1907 by The Rose Company; [Image: Suffragette wearing steel-rimmed spectacles.] / No message / Addressed to: May Cline, Dayton, O / Unposted
1114By Gum! Them suffragettes be gittin every thing.; 9 x 14 cm; color; [Series:] 028; [Image: Elderly bearded man standing in front of a "For Ladies Only" sign and looking at a woman sitting on bench labelled "This bench for women" in front of a building flying banner "Women's Hotel."]; Message: "Greeley, Colo. - May 13. Hello Pard -- How R.U. I am OK at this end. Plenty of hard labor. (I often wonder who sentenced me) Having rains and temps look good (so far) Luck 2 U -- Harry" / Addressed to: Mr. Chas Waughtel, Elisabethtown, Ind. / Postmarked: Severance, Colo., May 21, 191[illegible].
1115Women's Rights.; 9 x 14 cm; b&w photograph w/ red and green background; [Image: photograph of two women showing their legs.] / Unposted
1116"The Ways of Women are past finding out."; 9 x 14 cm; color; [Image: Two women, one dressed in the fashions of 1836 and the other in those of 1908.]; Message: "Burt, Ga. July 1908. Dear Jennie -- I fear you are far from well. Am quite seriously alarmed about the condition of your health. Haven't heard a word since I came home from [illegible]. When are you up to now am very, F.N.K." / Addressed to: Jennie G. Keith, Goldfield, Iowa Ceylon, Minn. / Postmarked: Burt, Ga., July 20, 1908.
1117"Nobody Loves Me -- Guess I'll be a suffragette" - 9 x 14 cm, color postcard - [Image: Pouting, tearful little girl wearing a pink dress is putting on a pair of boys overalls.] - Imprint: [Series:] A617 - not posted - 4 copies
1118Lend thy influence to each effort That shall raise our nature human. ; 9 x 14 cm; color; [Image: Two little boys watching a little girl as she bends over to write "Votes for Women" slogan on wall.]; Imprint: [Series:] CS 454 Made in U.S.A. / Unposted
1119An Easter Prophecy. When hens all join the suffrage ranks, The Bunnies' little Easter pranks, Will have to keep up every day--, Or else who will the fresh eggs lay?; 9 x 14 cm; color; image and border embossed; [Image: Bunny presents bouquet of flowers to a hen wearing a bonnet and carrying a "Votes for Women" sign. ]; Message: "Bristow, Va., April 9, 1917. Dear Terressa, I will send you a card this morning. We have got a good size Snow here this morn. I have been wanting to write you a letter but I haven't had a chance. The baby is geting [sic] along as well as can be expected. We were at Brooks yesterday eve. They are geting [sic] better of Hooping Cough. I will have to take baby to Washington the last of this month again unless she gets worst & have to go sooner this leaves balance all well hope you all are well. Love to all, your devoted sister, Lizzie" / Addressed to: Terressa Vesperman - not posted - 3 copies
1120The Suffragette; 9 x 14 cm; b&w photograph; [Image: Woman frightened by mouse, standing on chair.]; Message: "Dear Sister, Mrs. Gray is hear [sic] and told me to write you and let you know that she would not be home Saturday. Helen is in bed with a bad case of la gripe but I think she is better now. As ever, A.S. Rouse" / Addressed to: D. T. Green, Comfort, N.C. / Postmarked: Kinston, N.C., March 9, 1916.
1121Women Shall Dictate to Ye Mere Men.; 9 x 14 cm; b&w; copyright 1912 Leap Year; [Image: Masculine woman in spectacles and smoking a cigar dictates to her male secretary who sits at a typewriter.]; Message: "Give my regards to the folks. I will see you soon. From your friend, Maybe" / Addressed to: Mr. Truman Arens, Kerhampton, N.Y. / Imprint: [Series:] 024 / Postmarked: Monte[illegible], N.Y., Sept. 28, 1916.
1122Mother's got the habit now; 9 x 14 cm; color; [Image: Woman wearing "Votes for Women" sash, polka-dot rousers, a man's jacket, top hat and spats, carrying a cane, and smoking a cigar, leaves her husband to care for the baby. A victrola blares out "Mother's got the habit now."]'; Message: Hello how are all of you it has bin [sic] raining for the last day or two and it is coald [sic] we had a fire and it felt good. Lou and I are a [illegible] Bi[illegible] went to Desmon to see some friends will not be back for some time all well. Your uncle, J. ]/Addressed to: Miss Mary E. Roberts, Ammando, O / Postmarked: Nelsonville, Ohio - 2 copies, 1913 September 17
1123"The new woman"; 9 x 14 cm; color; [Series:] 12101; [Image: Woman goes bicycling wearing short pants leaving her husband to wash clothes, peel potatoes and care for the three young children.] / No message / Addressed to: Myrtie Kelley / Unposted
1124My Valentine. If I can vote, why not propose? If I am bold you must excuse me. I've loved you ages, goodness knows! And don't you dare, Sir, to refuse me.; 9 x 14 cm; color; [Image: Man sits reading the newspaper with headline "February 14 Women Have the Vote" while woman kneels on a bolster to propose.]; Signed: Margaret Frederick / Addressed to: Mr. and Mrs. Edward Buehler, 4139 Wilcox St., Chicago, Ill. / Imprint: Whitney Made, Worcester, Mass. Made in U.S.A. / Postmarked: Albion, Mich., Feb. 13, 1925.
1125My Valentine. If I can vote, why not propose? If I am bold you must excuse me. I've loved you ages, goodness knows! And don't you dare, Sir, to refuse me.; 9 x 14 cm; color; [Image: Man sits reading the newspaper with headline "February 14 Women Have the Vote" while woman kneels on a bolster to propose. ]; Message: "Oh! Harry--Don't you wish you knew?" / Addressed to: Mr. Harry Clark, 283 National Ave. 86 Yosemite, Detroit, Mich / Imprint: Whitney Made, Worcester, Mass. / Unposted
1126A sweeping change of the future; 9 x 14 cm; color; [Image: Man sweeping while his wife sits in a rocking chair reading.]; Message: "Lucasville, O. 7/21 - 1909. They are not going to have that party Sat. night. Its too bad some one has to stay to home Sat. night. Suppose you will be about as much disappointed as myself, because they don't have it. Had a card from Ge[illegible] today saying she was going to look for us -- down Sun. Yours as ever. J.V.M." / Addressed to: Mr. Joe H. Zaler, Lucasville, Ohio, R.F.D. 3 / Imprint: Ser. 1030-1 / Postmarked: Lucasville, Ohio, July 22, 1909.
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21First they infiltrated the churches! Then they conquered the schools! It was too Late to Stop Them! They had . . . Family Values [underlined] Not content with their own lives, they began living other people's lives, too!; 15 x 10.5 cm; color; [Image: Spaceman holding gun at town, yellow with black and red print. ]; Washington, DC: Dan Kaufman Graphics, 1995/Unposted
22We Can Do It!; 15 x 10 cm; color; [Image: Iconic image of Rosie the Riveter; woman with arm flexed, red head scarf with white dots, blue shirt]; Syracuse, NY: Syracuse Cultural Workers, n.d./Unposted
23If Eleanor Roosevelt could answer thousand of letters a month, I should at least be able to send you this postcard.; 15 x 10 cm; color; [Image: Teal tinted photograph of Eleanor Roosevelt, tan background with teal dots.]; Olympia, WA: Stella Marrs, n.d./Unposted
24In the early days of the Roosevelt Administration, a reporter berated Eleanor Roosevelt for going without a hat and wearing a sleeveless dress. "If only she knew," commented the president's wife, "I had no stockings on either."; 15 x 10 cm; color; [Image: B/W photograph of Eleanor Roosevelt seated with white background with pink dots.]; Olympia, WA: Stella Marrs, n.d./Unposted
25We solemnly vow that there should never be another season of silence until we have the same rights everywhere on this green earth, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, 1881; 15 x 10 cm; [Image: Multi-colors cartoon women holding banner with Stanton quote] Syracuse, NY: The Green Earth: 75th Anniversary of Women Suffrage, copyright Amy E. Bartell, Mixed Media 1994/Unposted
26It is Useless to Resent Anything in this World.; 10 x 15 cm; color; [Image: B/W photograph of Eleanor Roosevelt - purple background, words in white]; Olympia, WA: Stella Marrs. n.d./unposted
27In Germany they first came for the commuists and I didn't speak up because I wasn't a communist. Then they came for the Jews, and I didn't speak up because I wasn't a Jew. Then they came for the trade unionists, and I didn't speak up because I wasn't a trade unionist. Then they came for the Catholics, and I didn't speak up because I was a Protestant. Then they came for me-and by that time no one was left to speak up - Pastor Martin Niemoller.; 15 x 10.5 cm; color; [Image: White background with color symbols and black lettering.]; Syracuse, NY: Syracuse Cultural Workers, copyright Amy E. Bartell, Mixed Media, 1994/unposted
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81Suffragist Alice Paul; 9 x 14 cm; color; [Image: photograph of marble bust of Alice Paul by Avard Fairbanks.]; Washington, D.C.: Family Press Service, copyright Woman's Party Corporation, 1983/Unposted
82Women's Suffrage Statue; 9 x 14 cm; b/w photograph; [Image: marble monument among dramatically lit columns.]; Johnson Creek, Wisconsin: Creeko Creations; n.d./Unposted
83Sewall-Belmont Museum - Washington, D.C.; 9 x 14 cm; b/w print; [Image: front view of Sewall-Belmont Museum, three-story brick building.]; Johnson Creek, Wisconsin: Creeko Creations, n.d/unposted
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112"I Should Worry. Become A Suffragette And Get Run In" - Color postcard [Image: woman being taken by policeman - woman wearing green skirt and red checked jacket and hat with sash: 'Votes for Women'] - Postmarked: Truman Minn January 20 - addressed to Miss Ida Vogt, c/o Will Vogt, Truman, Minnesota - Writing: "You and your brothers and sister are invited to our Party Sunday evening at 7 o'clock at Christ Kettners"
112"Votes for Women" - Black and white photo card [Image: two women in long dresses and hats hold sign: Votes for Women] - not postmarked
113"The Great Question Today Is Will You Or Will You Not Be My Sweetheart" - Color postcard [Image: girl in sailor suit waving on stage, beside her is sign: 'Votes fur Vimmen'] - T.P & Co. - postmarked with US postage stamp - Addressed: Miss Ethel Sinden, Ripley, New York - Writing: "Dear Friend: Received your letter and was glad to hear from you. Had a nice snow here to day. Wish you was here to take a sleigh ride with me. Just got home from the show. Hoping to hear from you soon. I am as every your friend. Ralph. write soon", 1914 January 25
113Color embossed postcard [Image: Daddy monkey holding crying baby monkey and trying to give a bottle to the baby monkey in the crib] - writing on card: "Don't Monkey with 'Woman's Rights'- or you might find yourself doing something like this" - Copr. E. Nash, Monkey Series #24 - Addressed: Mr. Lyle Ward, Griffin, Ohio - Writing: "Hope you are all well and enjoying yourselves this summer - with best wishes to all, H" - postmarked , 1911 September 21
114"If You Love Your Wife And Much Less, Your Life, Get Out and Get Under" - Color postcard [Image: women sitting on man on the ground, holding a rolling pin in right hand, green chair is knocked over, dog is watching - sign on wall: '"Bless our Home" and pennant: "Votes for Women" - Bergman, New York - postmarked - Writing: "Friend Roy, Did not get up to see you but arrived - all O.K.. Leading a simple life. Remember me to Walt. Will write soon. W.B.R."., 1914 December 9
114"Votes for Women!" - color postcard [Image: young girl writing on blackboard - girl is wearing a dress and hat with big bows - doll and carriage laying on ground, blackboard shows writing of 'Give us our rite? Votes for wimen' and picture of stick 'men' hanging] - G.D.&D., New York and London, England - Series no. 5016 - not postmarked
116"The Suffragette Studentess, I Wanter Be A Man!" - green and purple color postcard [Image: woman sitting with feet up on table smoking a pipe - Wall poster of man in top hat says 'Gaiety Theater' - Two flags (purple and green) crossed on wall being held together by purple ribbon - Smoke rings form wedding rings - books on table: 'How To Be A Man' - Walter Wellman, No. 4007 - postmarked: Bagdad, Florida - Addressed: Miss C. L. King, Pensacola, Florida, 1909
116"The Incredible Shrinking Woman's Right to Choose" - color postcard representing a movie poster - "Opening in State Legislatures Nationwide! The Incredible Shrinking Woman's Rights to Choose, And She Thought It Was Her Body' - 'A Reagan/Rehnquist Production' starring The Gang of Five, Boy George Bush and a cast of millions of unwanted children featuring the hit song "She's Having My Baby". Rated PG: Papal Guidance Suggested" - Matt Wuerker, - not postmarked, 1990
117"The Suffragette, Generaless of the Army" - green and purple color postcard [Image: woman in long gown holding a sword] - "If you were the enemy, would you fall for this?" - Walter Wellman, No. 4015 - postmarked, Addressed: Master Herbert Weston, Roxbury, Maine - Writing: "Dear Herbert, did you get my letter I sent you and how is everything all well here don't forget the address I asked for love to all Grandma" - 2 copies
117Green and purple color card - woman wearing purple dress and green hat wearing a sandwich board reading 'Votes for Women' - size of a postcard
118"Life's Little Tragedies in Three Acts" - color postcard [Image: Woman in red dress, oversized hat holding umbrella and man walking behind with cane and top hat - wind is blowing - first act word is 'Blow' - second act word is 'O----!' third act word is 'Woe' with woman hitting man over the head with umbrella - Walter Wellman, Series L, no. 10 - not postmarked - Writing: "Dear Mita, No dark roads here, C. Broesler(?)", 1909
118"New Woman's Building, Willow Grove Park, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania" - color postcard - Description on back: New Woman's Building, Willow Grove Park, for the exclusive comfort of women and small children, Located opposite the Administrative Building - not postmarked
119Color card - 5 1/4 x 3 1/4 printed with blue, black and orange on white stiff card stock - [Image: anti-suffrage cartoon figure--a hermaphroditic figure with short hair, wearing woman's hat, dress, boots, carrying a hatchet] - Card reads: 'A Suffragette you're going to wed and after you've been quite well dead your friends will gather round and say: 'A nice 'enuff fellow in his henpecked way'. But you'll chip up with 'Well! Well! Well! This ain't so bad. this place called H...' - Ex. Sup. Co., Chicago
1110Card - Equal Rights Association Common Sense Series no. 23 - "The New York Tribune says, editorially: "It takes a certain amount of money to maintain a human being, MAN or WOMAN, and it makes no real difference in the general scheme of economics who earns it. Give a woman a man's chance - Industrially" - postmarked - Addressed to Assemblyman Frank Wilson, Albany, New York Capitol, 1923
1110Card - Equal Rights Association Common Sense Series no. 24 - "Why sane wage-earning women do not want a minimum wage law - postmarked - Addressed to: Assemblyman F.A. Wilson, Albany, New York Capitol, 1923
1111Envelope - 'Vote for Woman Suffrage November 1916' in blue letters on bottom - West Virginia Equal Suffrage Association, State Headquarters, Parkerburg, W. VA return address - Addressed to Miss Violet Dandridge, Shepherdstown, West Virginia - postmarked - Stamp on back is picture of U.S. Capitol with wording: 'National Suffrage Convention, Votes for Women, Washington, DC December 14-19, 1915', 1915
1112"I'm Going To Make A Suffrage Speech To All The Folks Whom I Can Reach" - black and white card [Image: little girl with wings standing on stump holding a hammer wearing a ribbon reading "We want the vote" - Artist: C.E. Perry - Writing on back: "Dear Lulu, what has become of you. I never hear from you anymore. How are all of you. I have an awful cold now such a pain in my lungs. The telephone is out so haven't talked to the girls for a few days. My but we do need rain bad. Well I do wish you would write with love to all Aunt Cora Apga(?)" - Address: Mrs Lulu Hinton, Crawfordsville, Indiana - postmarked
1112 "Bargain Sale - Reduced To-Day Only - My Valentine" - color postcard - Ernest Nister, London - No. 2194 - E.P. Dutton & Co., New York - Printed in Bavaria - [Image: Children wearing ribbons with bows in back, one child in coat looking at hearts on table] - "I know you're not a bargain, dear, But I'll bravely do my part, if there's the very slight chance of picking up your heart., E.H.D." - postmarked - Addressed to Master Robert Menges, Menges Mills, York Co., PA, 1913
1112"The Equal Rights Amendment" - red and blue ink - "The Equal Rights Amendment, now before Congress reads: '… Equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of sex'. Do your part to make this Bill of Rights for women a part of our Constitution. Write your Senators and Congressmen to support the Equal Rights Amendment. Send Equal Rights Amendment post cards to your friends. Order 5 for 10 cents from the NWP" - On back New York State Branch of the National Woman's Party - New Years Day, 1944, with message from Jeannette Marks, 1944
1113"Them Pesky Suffragettes Wants Everything For Themselves" - color postcard - [Image: Old man with long beard and hat standing at door that says 'For Ladies Only'] - postmarked - Addressed to Mr. Ed Stoddard, Orange County, New York - "Kindly let me know the cost of the pictures you gave me. I forgot to ask you. Bob" , 1912
1113"Nobody Loves Me, How Can I Win Any Votes?" - color postcard [Image: little girl with white and orange dress and orange bow in hair - standing by box that has 'Votes for Vimmen' - Writing in orange] - T.P & Co. - Addressed to Mr. Joe Cartledge,Waterville, Conn - Reads "Would you vote for me Joe, if I was running for a trolley car? Yes? No? Yes? Guess" - postmarked, 1913
1113Elizabeth Cady Stanton, black and white photographic card - profile view of marble bust of Elizabeth Cady Stanton
1114"Are You A Suffragist?" - color postcard - J.M.P., Series 524 - [Image: window with signs 'Are you a suffragist?'. 'Votes for Women' - old man in suit holding a orange bag and umbrella - orange vest and and tie - "Yew jes' bet I am! Suffered from chills an' fever for forty year!"] - Addressed: Gail Norris, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania - "Dear Gail, I wish you many more happy birthdays. Drop us a card if you come Sunday". Aileen Resides State College Penna - not postmarked
1114Cream colored postcard with brown print - "Here's to the Suffragette, Whose intellect's too great For Happy Home and Husband; She wants to run the State. SKIDOO For you, Fair Suffragette, Chances are few, you'll find as yet" - G.A. Co. - no postmark, 1910
1114"Where Women Vote - A Family Tangle" - photographic card with red border - [Image: woman sitting at table reading with man on knees in apron combing her hair] - Addressed: Mr. Richard J. Leahey, Springwater, Livingston Co, New York - Writing: "Get. A. Move Evening 7:20pm, Hemlock a, July 3, 1913. Do you get me Your Quarry, Don" - Postmarked: Seneca Falls, New York, 1913
1115Susan B. Anthony, black and white photographic card - bust of Susan B. Anthony - no postmark
1115Color postcard, embossed - [Image: man in shirt and tie sitting in rocking chair at table holding two babies in his arms, one holding a gavel, young girl in dress leaning on man's knee, cat looking up at man 'What Is Home Without A Father?' is framed on wall] - Writing at bottom: "I don't card if she never comes back" - not postmarked - 2 copies
1116Restaurant, Orange Lake Park, Newburgh, New York - color postcard - [Image: Green restaurant with tables out front, two story building green with red roof and porch looking at water - Sign on door 'Votes for Women'] - 47192 - Pub. by J. Ruben, 39 Johnston St., Phone 1996 J. Newburgh, NY - Addressed to: Mrs. James H. Ward, Wallkill, Uster Co., N.Y. R.D. #2 - Writing: "Dear Sister, I am here today, some crowd Mother is also here some crowd. Your Sister, Ida" - postmarked
1116"Don't Be On The Fence, Come Over To My Side And Be A Good Feller" - color postcard - Series 895, T.P & Co. - Artist: Cobb A. Shinn - [Image: young girl on platform in checkered dress with red bow in her hair holding up hand steadying on wobbly table with a pitcher and glass, and sign reading "Votes for Wimmen"] - not postmarked
1117Susan B. Anthony's Homestead, Adams, Massachusetts - [Image: farm scene with two story house with two chimneys, barns] - Sterling Printing Co., North Adams, Mass. - Addressed: Miss E. F. Smith 20 Emerson St., Wakefield, Massachusetts - Writing: "We are staying about half a mile from this scene, but I have not seen the place yet. Sincerely E.L.D.", Monday, September 18 - postmarked, 1916
1117Color postcard of three pictures: Lafayette Carriage, Geneva, N.Y. - Home of Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Seneca Falls, N.Y. - Old Masonic Temple, Aurora, N.Y. - On back: "Elizabeth Cady Stanton was a pioneer in the Woman Suffrage Movement. Her home still stands at Seneca Falls, N.Y.; The Lafayette Carriage in which Gen. Marquis Lafayette made his famous cross country tour over a century ago, is on exhibition at Geneva, N.Y.; The Masonic Temple at Aurora, N.Y. was the first organized Masonic lodge west of Albany and was organized in 1794. It was dedicated in 1819 by Gov. Dewitt Clinton" - Photo News - not postmarked
1118Photo Postcard, Woman Suffrage, US. 'Susan B. Anthony'. Black and white photo postcard of Miss Susan B. Anthony at age 36 - not postmarked
1118Susan B. Anthony - photographic card - black and white profile of Miss Anthony in oval shape - not postmarked - 2 copies
1119Black and white photo postcard - [Image: 8 women standing in a simple horse drawn parade float] - Writing: "Happy Hooligans at Coleta, Ill. July 4, 1914. Called themselves Suffragettes. Reading from left to right: Elizabeth Proctor, Emma Munz, Nels. Munz, Mrs. Pierce, Warren Brown, Scott Crouch, Mary Manning, Elias Frankfather. The Banners said 'Votes for Women' and 'Dress Reform.' - File this away in your strong box for future reference" - not postmarked
1119Color postcard - "Some Men Drather See a Woman Comb Her Hair Than See A Parade" - [Image: men with binoculars on a rooftop watching a woman in the window while a parade is going on below] - Addressed to Mrs. Idella Woodward, 43 Craire Ave., Taunton, Mass. - Writing: "I guess you think I must of got snowed in. Not quite. Would have been over that day if it hadn't rained. It always does rain when i want to go anywhere anyway. I am quite busy cleaning house just now but will come over my first opportunity. Write soon, Lena(?) Some card, what do you think?" - not postmarked
1119"Driven To Drink By A Woman" - Color postcard [Image: woman in a cowgirl outfit and hat riding a donkey who is drinking from a stream with mountians in background] - Donkey's tail is a metal spring that is attached on the back and sticks up - Patent No. 1012747, Schmidt Bros. & Co., Chicago - Addressed to Mr. Oscar Wilkins, Berlin, Conn. - Writing: "Study this picture & think it over. Mrs. C. Barton"
1120"This 'Rest Cure' Takes Up So Much Of My Time, You Must Excuse Brevity" - color postcard [Image: man with arms around and two women sitting on fence rail looking over field with barn in background] - Addressed to Miss Helen Hutchinson, Fitchburg, Mass. - Writing: "Dear Friend Helen, Your very pretty card rec'd and wish to thank you for same. I would have answered your card before but I have been away for a week. I haven't a photo of myself at present but will have some taken soon and will send you out. You asked me how old I think you are. Well I will call you, I think you are a sweet little girl of about twenty. Am I right? - Yours truly, Will" - postmarked , 1909
1120"Stop Strip Searches" - black and white photograph - [Image: women holding a banner stating "Stop Strip Searches"] - Back words: "1984 International Woman's Day Picket outside Armagh Jail, Proceeds to the Prisoners Book Scheme, Contact Just Books, 7 Winetavern St., Belfast - Writing: "Dear Marguerite, I am writing this at 5 a.m. at home. I was released on Friday morning for 3 days. I return on Monday, but out seeing everyone at present. I got your last letter and will write in the coming weeks because it will take a while to recover. Bye for now Gary", 1989
1121"We Women Must Stand Together" - color postcard - [Image: Little girl in 'Votes for Wimmen' sash standing at box podium in front of three little girls , posters behind read 'Give us the vote - We want our rites and meen to git them'] - S 199 - Addressed to Miss Kumb - postmarked - writing in German, 1914
1121"The 10 Commandments for Husbands, No. 9 - Thou Shalt Care for the Kids That Thy Wife may Rest' - color postcard [Image: woman sleeping in bed while barefoot man is holding a crying baby, about to step on a tack] - Addressed to Mr. J.C. Warren, Greenfield Center, Saratoga Co., NY - Writing: "Awful cold. Here with blowing terrible. How are you all? Ha! Ha! From the old Man G.H. Bailey"
1122"Sartainly Do Believe In Wimins Votes As Long As This Last" - color postcard - [Image: man walking with two women wearing 'Votes of Women' sashes on either side down the street] - 802-7 - Addressed to: Miss Helen B. Clark, Cedar Falls, Iowa - Writing: "Hello. Will write as soon as I get back home. Will be about Tuesday. At Leesville to-day will go to Columbia this P.M. Left home Saturday A.M. we are having some time, will be good as you soon. (?) SHB" - postmarked - 2 copies
1122"Suffragette: How Did You Manage It?" - color postcard - #8032 - Bamforth & Co., Ltd., Bamforth's comics - [Image: woman (man) standing wearing a red coat over dress, holding a cane - bearded lady sitting in chair on stage with banner in back showing 'Bearded lady, danger] - not postmarked
1123"Election - Day" 8.7cm x 13.7cm color postcard - Suffragette Series No. 7 - [Image: woman in red dress with '23rd District Captainess' ribbon, man sitting in chair holding baby crying and little girl, sign on wall: 'What is a suffragette without a suffering household?'] - Address: Miss Lydia Neth, Schotland, So. Dak. - postmarked, 1914
1123The Suffragette, I told you so." - 8.7cm x 13.7cm - No. 4012, Walter Wellman - color postcard [Image: woman in long dress, man reading bulletin on wall - 'The Morning Suffragette Bulletin - A New Era Of Prosperity At Hand'] - Addressed: Mr. Rising c/o Rising & Nelson West Powell, NY - Writing: "Congratulations upon your business ability. Am now the fan again, come & see me - I wonder if you ... " - postmarked
1124"Suffragette - Coppette - Beware of the Dog" - Suffragette Series No. 5 - Dunston-Weiler Lithograph Co. - color postcard - [Image: woman in blue police uniform holding a rolling pin and a leash with a white dog. Man is standing behind her in a top hat, black jacket with red tie - white border] - Addressed: Mr. Henry Helmling, R.D. #2, Otsego, Michigan - Writing: "Remember me to Gilbert the (57) - Dear Brother - Received your card been pretty busy lately have not much to write this time. Yours as ever, John" - postmarked, 1912
1124"Suffragette - Coppette - Beware of the Dog" - Suffragette Series No. 5 - colored postcard - 8.7cm x 13.7cm - [Image: Woman wearing police uniform holding rolling pin with dog on a chain, man standing behind her in top hat and suit, gold border] - Addressed: Miss Minnie Crow to Aunt Mary Long - Writing: "Dear Aunt Mary, I wish you a happy Easter. Say you be careful of that dog and carefuly of that rolling pin, From" - not postmarked - 2 copies
1124 "Where Oh Where Is My Wandering Wife Tonight?" - Suffragette Series No. 10 - 8.7cm x 13.7cm - color embossed postcard - [Image: man in robe holding two babies , vision of woman standing at stage talking to a crowd] - Addressed to Miss Eva Winer, Soldiers Grove, Crawford Co., Wis. R.G. - Writing: "October 30 from sister B.M.W - Dear Sister, I got the cushion, it was just the handsomest thing out, many thanks. I am suffering with neuralgia in my head. Baby is sick with a head cold. Grant is gone threshing and don't come home nights. The rest are well and hope you all the same. I had all but ten of my teeth out and will have them out next Friday. Write soon with love to all, Steve Wise is at point of Death now". - postmarked , 1914
1125"I Love My Husband, But--Oh, You Vote" - Suffragette Series No. 12 - colored postcard - 8.7cm x 13.7cm - [Image: woman in red dress, red stockings, red shoes, big red hat with red flowers & black purse, white background, holding 'Official Ballot' - not postmarked
1125Frances Willard - cream colored photographic postcard with brown ink - 8.7cm x 13.7cm - [Image: portrait of Frances Willard] - "Our laurels we bring thee Brave Spirit. And may thine own courage sublime inspire us to faint not, nor falter while yet exists legalized crime" - not postmarked
1126"Votes for Women" - color postcard - [Image: girl in dress with black hat with red feathers pointing her finger and lecturing a stunned boy in blue overalls] - "For the work of a day, For the taxes we pay, For the Laws we obey, We want something to say" - Wall, 6342 - postmarked Warsaw, Indiana - Addressed: Miss Kathryn Shouder, Niles, Michigan - Writing: "Dear Friend, How are you? I got here O.K... This is showing it to him alright... Goodbye, Thelma", 1914
1126"I Am Neutral" - color postcard - [Image: man running away holding a sign: 'I am neutral' with two women in the back ground arguing - One lady with red shirt holding sign 'Votes for Women' the other with a sign 'Anti' - No. 2178, 10 Designs, "Neutral" comic - not postmarked
1126"Results of the Suffrage Victory" - color postcard - [Image: woman standing at the door pointing to a downtrodden man sitting a table holding baby, framed 'God Bless Our Home" on wall - postmarked - Addressed: Mr. Harley Waidleich, Circeville, Ohio - Writing: "Say kid, don't this remind you of older times? If you find out who this is from why ans. I love my wife but o you kid"
1127"Suffragette Madonna" - Suffragette Series No. 1 - color postcard - [Image: man holding baby with bottle, plate behind him on shelf looks like a halo, no gold border] - no postmark
1127"You Win, Anywhere You Go" - color postcard [Image: girl and boy standing at box with ballot box on top - box reads 'Votes for Wimmen'] - Series 895, T.P. & Co. - no postmark
1127"What We Need Is A Law, So A Feller Can See His Girl Every Night" - color postcard - [Image: girl in white/red sailor suit holding a gavel at a soap box that reads 'Votes for Wimmen'] - Series 895, T.P. & Co. - no postmark
1128"I Want To Vote But My Wife Won't Let Me" - Suffragette Series No. 11 - Dunston-Weiler Lithograph Co. - color postcard - [Image: man in apron washing clothes with baby sitting on floor drinking a bottle looking at cat, framed hanging on wall reads 'Everybody works but mother, she's a Suffragette' - white background] - no postmark - Addressed: Walter Limburn, Farwell, Nebraska -"I wish you a happy birthday from your nephew", 1909
1128"Votes for Women" - black and white postcard - [Image: woman in long gown with halo holding a banner that reads 'Votes for Women'] - B.M. Boye - not postmarked
1129"Becalmed" - color postcard [Image: man in white sailor suit and hat in a boat looking at five mermaids surrounding him in the water] - X222 - not posted
1129"Ain't It Funny" - color postcard [Image: woman in green dress and orange hat holding her fist in the air talking to a crowd, wearing a sash reading 'Down with Liquor'. Sign in back reads 'Ladies' Sponge Club'] - "This female, whose one inspiration was that rum meant eternal tarnation, Put our town on the blink in her campaign on drink, And we dried up from liquid starvation" - not posted
1129"P.E.O." - black and white postcard - [Image: star on the left side with the letters "P.E.O"] - "B.I.L.'s, you've long wanted to know the actual meaning of P.E.O. You've heard every solution under the sun, 'Petticoats Enter Only', 'Pretty Every One' - All false and delusive, you know very well now the meaning to you I am going to tell. It is - Pretty Exclusive Order". A.S." - not posted
1130"The Golden Flier Saxon" - 7"x 5" black &white photographic card - [Image: two ladies driving in a car - cities listed on the door of the car] - "Tour through 25 states of the good old U.S.A. Alice Snitjer Burke and Nell Richardson. National American Woman Suffrage Association"
1131Alice Stone Blackwell - color photographic postcard - "Lagoon Pond and Vineyard Haven Harbor, Vineyard Haven, Mass." - postmarked - Addressed to Mrs. Judith W. Smith, East Boston, Massachusetts from Alice Stone Blackwell - Writing: "As this long, steady trip o'er the water extends, your long, blessed life with the century blends. It is useful, and comely, and steadfast, and straight, and helps us to pass to the heavenly gate! With Love, Alice Stone Blackwell", 1914 September 29
1131"Votes for Women - Merry Xmas" - color postcard - [Image: Santa Claus carrying his bag on his back with 'Votes for Women' signs in the bag, 'Merry Xmas' written on left - Addressed to 'Miss Margretta Martin, Hartford, Conn. - Writing: "Merry Christmas and Happy New Year From Jane" - no postmark
1132"Geographical Ages of Women" - 9"x 6" color card [Image: 5 women of various ages from various cultures] - "From 15 to 25, she is like AFRICA, half virgin, half explored. From 25 to 35, she is like ASIA, hot, torrid and mysterious. From 35 to 45, she is like AMERICA, streamlined, efficient and cooperative. From 45 to 55, she is like EUROPE, devastated, but still good. From 55 to 65, she is like AUSTRALIA, everyone knows where it is, but nobody goes there..." - G-7 - Fun Card - Suitable for Framing - National Post Card Service, P.O. Box 1017, Sebring, Fla.
1133Alice Stone Blackwell - cream color postcard - Addressed to Miss Agnes E. Ryan, Boston, Mass - Writing: "Dear. Miss Ryan, Margaret E. Jacobson, 6 Riverside, Worcester, Mass. will sell 10 journals per week. She was at the Parkhurst lunch. Sincerely Alice Stone Blackwell" - postmarked , 1913
1133"Marysville" - color photo postcard - [Image: woman in white smiling and holding a long American flag, background is gold] - the word 'Souvenir' is printed in green - 'Maryville' is written in is at the bottom surrounded by blue flowers - Addressed: Miss Maud E. Steiner, Oakland, Calif. - Writing: "Dear 'Middie', Nothing the matter with 'The little flock?- is there?' Why don't someone write? Am sending T a tiny token to-day for her 'bucca-day' Stella" - postmarked, 1909
1134"Will You Join" - color postcard - [Image: man with a bottle of whiskey in back pocket faces a woman holding a newspaper paper that reads: 'War Cry' - Writing on the front:: "Say Winnie, that Baldwin sale is the 27 Tuesday. Us, Pa wanted to come, it a big one. We are all well and do come out to stay a couple of days before busy work. Yours in love, Anna" - Addressed to Miss Winnie Tick R.F.D. Lapeer, Michigan - Johnson's Art Stores, Niagara Falls, NY - postmarked
1134"Do I Get Your Vote?" - Kewpie series after Rose O'Neill - Campbell Art Co., Elizabethtown, NY, 228 - color postcard [Image: child in a yellow sash reading: 'Women Suffer' walking on a cloud holding a yellow box placard with the words: 'Votes for Women, Equality'] - easel type, folding card - Klever Kard Trade Mark - not postmarked, 1914
1134"Would You Vote For Me For Mayor?" Suffragette Series No. 94 - color postcard [Image: a woman in a red cape with keys attached, and red hat with feather, she is also holding a key in her hand - "I'll show you the town if you foot the bill" - small man handing her a key, saying "Say sis, you can have my key, too." - background colors of blue, green and yellow - bottom left is a baby laying in a cradle crying - "The hand that rocks the cradle fools the world. Suffragette Ticket"] - not postmarked
1146"I Love My Husband, But Oh, You Vote" - color postcard - Suffragette Series No. 12 - [Image: woman in red dress and red hat with bow and flowers holding 'Official Ballot' - white border] - Not postmarked
1146"The Suffragette" - black and white postcard - [Image: boy who looks unhappy and girl sitting at table with stuffed animals having tea, dog in front of boy] - Artist: Walter Darr - not postmarked - 2 copies
1147Black and white photo postcard - [Image: women sitting in a car decorated in white with a bell hanging on it, in front of a building 'Office of North Louisiana Brick Co.'] - not postmarked
1147"Thanksgiving Day Greetings" - color postcard - [Image: two turkeys, one Tom and one hen on a fence with bunting] - "This is not a 'suffragette' lecture, but a kind Greeting" - not postmarked
1147"Actual Speech at Woman Suffrage Meeting, Omaha, Nebr." - Black postcard with white lettering - "We will have what men have. (Hear Hear) It may not be much but we mean to have it! (Cheers). If we cannot have it without friction we will have it with! If we cannot have it through our organizations we will have it through our combinations or without if necessary. (Cheers) We refuse to be poked in the gallery any more but insist on being placed on the floor of the House. (Prolonged cheers) That drunken loafer in the House says, "Down with the Petticoats." I say, "Up with the Petticoats and down with the Pants." Then things would be visible in their true light. (Howls of applause) We must get together. As long as women are split up, as we are, the men will always be on top" - not postmarked
1148"I Want To Be A Suffragette" - 13.7cm x 8.7cm - color postcard - C-75-5 - [Image: three women - two in bed and one standing -who is holding up a pair of pants at her waist] - Addressed: Miss Tressie Roy, Hendricks, West Virginia - "Dear Tressie, I suppose you think I have forgotten you but I have not. I have got pretty stout again able to work. How is everybody? I never get up to to Everwood till Tuesday when I left down there I heard your people were going away this month. Now write and let me know Robert ordered me a locket for Xmas. Kiss dear little James for me" , 1913
1148"I'm De Original Ladies Man I Am!" - 13.7cm x 8.7cm, cream colored postcard with black drawing - 5494, Bowery Kids - [Image: boy smoking a cigar, striped shirt and pants, no shoes, and hat holding a sign reading 'Votes fer wimen'] - Not postmarked
1149"A Holy Easter" - color postcard - 8.7cm x 13.7cm - International Art Publishing Co., Series No. 1353 - [Image: cross with blue flowered wreath in center with pastoral landscape] - "God bless thee at this time of flowers, God bless thee through life's changing hours" - Address: Miss Hazel Howe, Meridale, Del Co., NY - Writing: "Your nice letter received. R.B.L.P." - 'Votes for Women' stamped in purple - postmarked: Brooklyn, NY, 1912 April 5
1149"Suffragette Vote-Getting, the Easy Way" - color postcard, 13.7cm x 8.7cm - Dunston Weiler Lithograph Co., Suffragette Series No. 4 - [Image: woman dressed in red with big hat with red flowers unexpectedly kisses a man who drops his hat and cane - Gold border] - Addressed: Mrs. H.J. Pemack Hemlock, NY - "Dear Friends, Just blew in. Nothing rushing here. Did not bring the girl no hat, lots of noise. Will write soon, C.N." - postmarked: Mattoon, Illinois, 1910
1151"Valentine Greetings" - cream color Valentine card with red border, 12cm x 10cm - [Image: two men watching women in red dress walking away from them] - "I believe in Women's Rights As every woman should. I wouldn't be a 'cling vine' Or Marry if I could. If you don't believe it ask me" - Writing: "From Fran Lovejoy, Jr."
1151"I'm A Suffragette and I Don't Care Who Knows It" - color card with heart shape top and square bottom, 8.5cm x 15cm - [Image: girl in pink dress with oversized hat with blue feathers holding ballot in left hand] - card has stand on back and blue cloud shape attached to front - Writing: "From Hannah Gregory".
1151"Valentine Greetings" - color card, 8.7cm x 10.7 cm - [Image: heart with winged cupid girl walking holding a sign: 'Votes for Women, Cupid & Love' - girl has on a blue hat with a red heart pin, carrying a red heart shaped purse with the letter C - red heart around her] - "Valentine Greetings - No votes for cupid with his darts, He works his little game of Hearts" - addressed to: Miss Geneva Wheller From Alice Williams - not postmarked
1152"The Suffragette Question" - black and white postcard, 8.7cm x 13.7cm - A-418 - [Image:woman cooking at store - steam is in the shape of a question mark depicting women voting, ballot bot boxes, a policewoman, and sign reading 'We want equal rights with men'] - no postmark
1152"St. Lawrence University, Canton, New York" - black and white postcard, 14cm x 9cm - [Image: St. Lawrence University scenes identified as 'Fisher Memorial Hall, State School of Agriculture, Richardson Hall, Athletic Field, Carnegie Science Hall, Little River, Dairy Building, Model Barn, Cole Reading Room and Herring Library'] - addressed: Miss Kathryn Hicks Rhinebeck, NY R.F.D. - Writing: "Just voted for woman suffrage as l think you were an advocate hence reason. Guessed who sent that card without extreme difficulty. Will write soon as this week we are having tests about every day. J.H.B." - Postmarked Canton, NY, 1915
1155"I'm A Suffragette And I Don't Care Who Knows It" - embossed color Valentine card [Image: heart at the top trimmed in red - girl in pink dress with big hat with blue feathers holding a ballot card] - pencil writing on back: "Miss Ruth"
1155"Aw, Fido! She's trown me down an' only yesterday I spent all my penny on her" - embossed color Valentine card [Image: heart shape at the top trimmed in red - forlorn boy in hat sits next to his sympathetic dog]
1155"Say yes, or I'll do something awful desperate" - embossed color Valentine card [Image: heart shape at the top trimmed in red - Boy in cavalry costume holds his knife and pistol] - Writing: "Miss Dorothea"
1155"They say there's germs in kisses but who's afraid of germs? - embossed color Valentine card [Image: heart shape at the top trimmed in red - Boy on tiptoes kisses girl on the other side of a wall]



1.2 United Kingdom and Great Britain

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113Photograph of Parade, 1913, 9 x 14 cm; b&w photograph - Image: Photograph of Parade/ Unposted
1127Miss Christabel Pankhurst, L.L.B., 14x9 cm; b&w photograph; National Women's Social & Political Union, 4, Clements Inn W.C. - Imprint: Printed in England / Unposted
1128Miss Christabel Pankhurst, L.L.B., 14x9 cm; b&w photograph; National Women's Social & Political Union, 4, Clements Inn W.C. - Imprint: Printed in England / Unposted
1129Mrs. Pankhurst Arrested in Victoria Street, Feb. 13, 1908 - UK, 9x14 cm; b&w photograph - Imprint: Photochrom Co., Ltd., London and Detroit, U.S.A., Printed in England - not posted - 2 copies
1130Mrs. Pankhurst - 14x9 cm b&w photograph card - Imprint: Photographed & Published by F. Kehrbahn & Co., Bexley Heath - not posted - 2 copies
1131Mrs. Pankhurst, 14x9 cm; b&w photograph - Unposted
1132Mrs. Pankhurst. Hon. Secretary, 14x9 cm; b&w photograph - National Women's Social & Political Union, 4, Clement's Inn, W.C. - By Martin Jacolette, South Kensington / Message: To wish you a jolly Christmas & a prosperous New Year. Jn. Heap / Addressed to: Miss Heap, Hill Rise, Kendal / Imprint: Real Photographic Series / Unposted
1133Mrs. Pankhurst, 14x9 cm; b&w photograph - Unposted
1134Mrs. Pankhurst, Miss Annie Kenny & Mrs. Pethick Lawrence, 9x14 cm; b&w photograph - Imprint: Published by Sandle Brothers, Empire House, Paternoster Row, London, E.C., No. 106, Photo, Park / Unposted
1135Mrs. Henry Fawcett, L.L.D., 14x9 cm; b&w photograph - Elliott & Fry - [Image: Full length; sitting in profile. ]/ Unposted
1136"Votes for Women," Mrs. Despard, Hon. Treasurer, Women's Freedom League; 14x9 cm; b&w photograph; Photo Elliott & Fry - Imprint: Printed in England - not posted - 2 copies
11379x14 cm; b&w photograph; [Image: Photograph of group of people in masquerade costume (including one dressed as a suffragette) in front of the Western Morning News building in Plymouth, England] / Message: Dear Elsie, Wishing you many happy returns of the day. Your Ever effec. friend Rose / Addressed to: Miss E. Lewins, West Hill, Ft. Austell / Unposted
11389x14 cm; b&w photograph; Written on back: "Votes for women Cardiff University Rag Week." [Image: Lorry, loaded with young men and women in fancy dress, with a handwritten "Votes for Women" sign on side]/ Unposted
1139This is "THE HOUSE" that man built, And this is the home of the poor suffragette, And there's room for a great many more in it yet; When they racket and riot, And will not keep quiet, We place them on plank beds and very low diet; To stop all their din, We just run them in, Into This House that man built."; 14 x 9 cm; color; [Image: Suffragette being arrested by a policeman, Holloway Prison in background]; Message: Thank you very much for card you sent me. I hope your teeth are better. I heard you were going to have some out. I have had 6 taken out under gas and I am going to have 2 stopped. It will cost just 30/- Mrs. Townsend is going to pay then take 5/- off my wages monthly. She is a kind lady. Excuse card. Yours truly, Lily. Plenty suffragettes on common. / Addressed to: Miss Mercy Chaplin, Messing P.O., Kelvedon, Essex / Imprint: [Birn Brothers] B.B. London Series No. E. 19, Printed in Germany / Postmarked: Wimbledon, March 10, 1909
1140This is "THE HOUSE" that man built. And this is the poor little Suffragette Who tried, Oh so hard, in this house to get: Tho' it wasn't a crime Still with patience sublime She spends the best part of her life doing time; Oh Fie! Suffragette Be contented to get In your own little house, that man built.; 14x9 cm; color; [Image: Suffragette in prison garb; houses of Parliament in background]; Imprint: [Birn Brothers] B.B. London Series No. E. 19, Printed in Germany / Unposted
1141This is "THE HOUSE" that man built. And this is the poor little Suffragette Who tried, Oh so hard, in this house to get: Tho' it wasn't a crime Still with patience sublime She spends the best part of her life doing time; Oh Fie! Suffragette Be contented to get In your own little house, that man built.; 14x9 cm; color; [Image: Suffragette in prison garb; houses of Parliament in background]; Imprint: [Birn Brothers] B.B. London Series No. E. 19, Printed in Germany / Unposted
1142This is "THE HOUSE" that man built. And this is the policeman all tattered and torn Who wished women voters had never been born, Who nevertheless Tho it caused him distress Ran them all in, In spite of their dress: The poor Suffragette Who wanted to get in the House that man built.; 14x9 cm; color; [Image: Policeman attempting to arrest one suffragette while another attacks him with her umbrella; Houses of Parliament in background.]; Message: 63 Primrose, [illegible], Porth. "Dear Ben, I hope you arrived in time to cath the train. You can spin some yarns fine anyway. I hope you will not get offended over this P. card as it will teach you something. Be good. M. / Mr. Ben Thomas, 13 Vere Street, Cadoxton, Nr Barry" / Imprint: [Birn Brothers] B.B. London Series No. E. 19, Printed in Germany / Postmarked: [illegible], Porth, May 8, 1912.
1143This is "THE HOUSE" that man built. And this is the policeman all tattered and torn Who wished women voters had never been born, Who nevertheless Tho it caused him distress Ran them all in, In spite of their dress: The poor Suffragette Who wanted to get in the House that man built.; 14x9 cm; color; [Image: Policeman attempting to arrest one suffragette while another attacks him with her umbrella; Houses of Parliament in background.]; Message: "Dear Emma. I will visit on Sunday. I got home all right I enjoyed been with you. Tom said I was to tell you M.P.C. had got you now and tie your laces up or you will fall from your side. Love to Mother, Annie" / Addressed to: Miss E. Man[illegible], 46 Ma[illegible]ly, St., Grimsby / Imprint: [Birn Brothers] B.B. London Series No. E. 19, Printed in Germany / Postmarked: Grimsby, Jan. 21, 1911.
1144This is "THE HOUSE" that man built. And this is the policeman all tattered and torn Who wished women voters had never been born, Who nevertheless Tho it caused him distress Ran them all in, In spite of their dress: The poor Suffragette Who wanted to get in the House that man built.; 14x9 cm; color; [Image: Policeman attempting to arrest one suffragette while another attacks him with her umbrella; Houses of Parliament in background.]; Imprint: [Birn Brothers] B.B. London Series No. E. 19, Printed in Germany / Unposted
1145This is "THE HOUSE" that man built. The house that our Statesmen for years have controlled Ruling the world with mind fearless and bold; Can Woman expect To rule such a House. She that's afraid of a poor little mouse: No! No!! Suffragette your place is not yet, Inside The House than man built.; 14x9 cm; color; [Image: Suffragette standing on stool holding up her skirts at the site of a mouse; Houses of Parliament in background];Message: "Dear Emelyn just a line to you hoping this card will find you just as well as it leaves me at present. If you are coming over on (Sunday) don't forget to let Edie know will you. So we can meet you over here. With love from Fred. Hope Mum and Dad are all well." / Addressed to: Miss Emelyn Smith, 13 Electric Rd., Crabtree Manorway, Belvedere, Kent / Imprint: [Birn Brothers] B.B. London Series No. E. 19, Printed in Germany / Postmarked: Aug 24, 1909.
1146This is "THE HOUSE" that man built, But oh what a wonderful change inside, The women as well as the men preside, They both hold the reins & no one complains, For the men now admit that the ladies have brains, And are every bit quite as fitted to sit, As themselves in this House that man built.; 14x9 cm; color; [Image: A graceful woman Speaker and Edwardian ladies, beside the men, on both Front Benches]; Message: "Dear Mother, I hope you are having nice weather and able to get out a good bit, And don't you think this card is very good. With Love from Kate and George." / Addressed to: Mrs. Chalkloyd, c/o Mrs. Kay, 4 Cecil Street, Margate / Imprint: [Birn Brothers] B.B. London Series No. E. 23, Printed in Germany / Postmarked: Luton, August 20, 1912.
1147This is "THE HOUSE" that man built, But oh what a wonderful change inside, The women as well as the men preside, They both hold the reins & no one complains, For the men now admit that the ladies have brains, And are every bit quite as fitted to sit, As themselves in this House that man built.;14x9 cm; color; [Image: A graceful woman Speaker and Edwardian ladies, beside the men, on both Front Benches]; Imprint: [Birn Brothers] B.B. London Series No. E. 23, Printed in Germany / Unposted
1148This is "THE HOUSE" that man built, And these are a few of the Ladies of Fame, Anxious to write M.P. after their name, With each sex on a par why put up the bar? For M.P. means either Mama or Papa, Quoth the sweet Suffragette we're entitled to get, Into "THE HOUSE" than man built."; 14x9 cm; color; [Image: Attractive, smartly dressed suffragettes handing out Votes for Women leaflets; Houses of Parliament in background.]; Imprint: [Birn Brothers] B.B. London Series No. E. 23, Printed in Germany / Unposted
1149This is "THE HOUSE" that man built, And this is the Flag of the Woman's Franchise, Which is making our Ministers open their eyes: Fighting with grit, to the front bit by bit; Determined in Parliament one day to sit, The bold Suffragette who is sure to get yet, Into "THE HOUSE" than man built." ; 14x9 cm; color; [Image: Two attractive, smartly dressed women carrying Laurence Housman's "From Prison to Citizenship" banner. ]; Message: "Thanks for letter, will write you shortly. Fred is getting better he is sitting up now, but progresses very slowly; sends his love & will write when he is stronger. Love from J & B. How do you like this P.C." / Addressed to: Miss Dean, Surrey Cty Asylum, Netherne nr Merstham / Imprint: [Birn Brothers] B.B. London Series No. E. 23, Printed in Germany / Postmarked: Stoke-on-Trent, 14 Oct. 1909.
1150Is This Right? Woman: Why can't I have an umbrella too? Voter: You can't. You ought to stop at home. Woman: Stop at home indeed! I have my Living to earn.";14x9 cm; b&w; Printed and published by the Artists' Suffrage League, 259 King's Road, Chelsea / Image: Working class woman with large basket on her back standing in the rain and talking to man holding open umbrella labeled "Franchise." / Unposted
1151An Advocate for Woman's Rights; 14x9 cm; color ; [Image: White cat wearing a hat decorated with bird plumage and a shawl in the WSPU colors of purple, green and white fastened with a "Votes for Women" button and standing on a sign reading "We demand the vote."]; Message: "My dear A. Many thanks for pretty P.C. How do you like this? I will write you a letter soon. Pa is coming out with D. tonight. Hope Ma's cold is better & that you are well. Much love in haste. Laura." - Addressed to: Miss A. Easton, 1 S. E [illegible] Terrace, Pollokshields, Glasgow - Imprint: A. & G. Taylor, "Orthochrome" Series of Copyright Pictorial Post Cards, 70 & 78. Queen Victoria St., London E.C. Z.O. 1892, Printed in Saxony, By Appointment to Her late Majesty - Postmarked: Woodgreen - 2 copies, 1909
1152An Advocate for Woman's Rights; 14x9 cm; color; [Image: White cat wearing a hat decorated with bird plumage and a shawl in the WSPU colors of purple, green and white fastened with a "Votes for Women" button and standing on a sign reading "We demand the vote."]; Imprint: A. & G. Taylor, "Orthochrome" Series of Copyright Pictorial Post Cards, 70 & 78. Queen Victoria St., London E.C. Z.O. 1892, Printed in Saxony, By Appointment to Her late Majesty / Unposted
1153An Advocate for Woman's Rights; 14x9 cm; color; [Image: White cat wearing a hat decorated with bird plumage and a shawl in the WSPU colors of purple, green and white fastened with a "Votes for Women" button and standing on a sign reading "We demand the vote."]; Message: "Hoping you are feeling better with love Rosey" / Addressed to: Mrs. Goulston, Lord Palmerston Hotel, Market Square, Northampton / Imprint: A. & G. Taylor, "Orthochrome" Series of Copyright Pictorial Post Cards, 70 & 78. Queen Victoria St., London E.C. Z.O. 1892, Printed in Saxony, By Appointment to Her late Majesty / Postmarked: Earls Court, 12 Ap 0_.
1154The Woman of the Future! When women have votes in days to come, Then things for poor mankind will hum!; 14x9 cm; color; All Rights Reserved, A.J.C. - 255; [Image: Formidable woman in divided skirt completely dwarfing her husband.];Message: Dear Daisy, I send you this card as a warning. Hope you have enjoyed yourself today. I have never seen this place so crowded as it is this holiday. Wish I were Roming it like I was last Easter. Be good till I see you. Heaps of love from Face. Really she does look something like you doesn't she. About the nose." / Addressed to: Miss Daisy Garrod, Pear Cottage, Brunswick Rd., Ipswich, Suffolk / Imprint: The "A.J.C." Series, Printed in England / Postmarked: Eastbourne, Mar 25, 1913.
1155Mendicant: Can you spare a copper, Lady? - From a drawing by Alfred Leete, reproduced by permission from "London Opinion."; 9x14 cm; color; [Image: Militant suffragette being marched off by three policemen while a beggar holds out his hat.]; Message: "This is what happens when the pensioners retire. B." / Imprint: Bamforth & Co., Publishers Holmfirth, (England) and New York, Series No. 62, Printed in England / Unposted
1156My wife's joined the Suffrage Movement, (I've suffered ever since!); Photo only Copyright 1909 by Bamforth & Co.; 14x9 cm; color tinted photograph; [Image: Posed photograph of man cleaning the hearth while his wife twists his ear and shakes her finger at him. ]; Message: Dear Annie. I received your letter last night also the other one with the order. Have no time to write just now, but will write later on. Prehaps [sic] you will see Annie Kerr the nurse from Clashnessie. is she coming to Goraig for a short time with her people. If you see her be nice to her. Mother / Addressed to: Miss Anne Macrae, c/o Mrs. Laird, 56 Esplanade, Greenock / Imprint: Bamforth & Co. Publishers Holmfirth, (England) and New York, Series No. 1495, Printed in England / Postmarked: Lochinver Lairg - 2 copies, 1916 July 15
1157Slow march, constable, I'm having the time of my life!; [Post Card, Rare, UK]; 14x9 cm; color; [Image: Middle-aged suffragette carrying "Votes for Women" banner being carried off by policeman with his hand on her thigh; card has sexual overtones.] Addressed to: Mrs. I.B. Clifford, Union City, Mich. / Imprint: Bamforth & Co. Publishers Holmfirth, (England) and New York, Series No. 1804, Copyright 1910 by Bamforth & Co. / Postmarked: Buffalo, N.Y. - 2 copies, 1912 February 14
1158If we can't have the vote, we can wear the trousers!; 14x9 cm; color; Bamforth Copyright; [Image: Staged photograph of suffragette in Paul Poiret's harem pants haranguing a group of men.]; Message: "Dear Amy. I have not had a smoke since last Sunday. Frank." / Imprint: Bamforth & Co., Ltd. Publishers Holmfirth, (England) and New York, Series No. 1839, Printed in England / Unposted
1159What are the wild wives saying; 14x9 cm; color; [Image: On the street in front of a town hall bearing a poster advertising "Women Suffrage Meeting in Town Hall Tonight" stands a man gazing at the windows in which are silhouettes of women furiously brandishing banners, umbrellas, and pokers at one another.]; Imprint: Bamforth & Co., Ltd. Publishers Holmfirth, (England) and New York, Series No. 6001 - not posted - 2 copies
1160"There ain't much 'am in that sanwich, 'Arry." "no; but there's plenty of mustard." 14 x 9 cm; color; {Image: Two men watching woman walk by carrying a Votes for Women sign.]; Message: Norfolk, Aug 15th Arrived here 8am. Had a cool night. It looks as if we might have rain today. [Illegible} at 9am Monday. /Addressee: Mrs. J. E. Ryan, So Leilerate, R. J. /postmarked Aug 15 1 PM 1914
1161Is your Wife a Suffragette?; 14x9 cm; color; [Image: Posed photograph of man washing clothes]; Message: Dear E. "Last night in my dreams I had visions of this (I don't think). Many thanks for Photo will write & tell you more soon. Went to Whist Drive & enjoyed myself fine but lost [illegible]16 so didn't do bad did I. Now G.H.G.B.Y. Yours ever, Jim." / Addressed to: Miss Eva Smith, 10 Ashton [illegible], [illegible]Rd., Leeds, Yorks / Imprint: Published by Eustace Watkins, 51-52, Beech St., London E.C., Burlesque Series No. 77, Copyright / Postmarked: Portsmouth, [illegible], 29, 1909.
1162Is your Wife a Suffragette? ["wife" has been striked through and "Housekeeper" is handwritten above]; 14x9 cm; color; [Image: Posed photograph of man washing clothes]; Message: "Dear Father, We shall be please to see you over [illegible] Friday. Be sure to get in time for the 10:25 am. Will [illegible]the train at [illegible] Your affectionate son, [illegible];" /Addressed to: Mr. [illegible], 88 Albert Grove, Longsight, Manchester / Imprint: Published by Eustace Watkins, 51-52, Beech St., London E.C., Burlesque Series No. 77, Copyright, Printed in Germany / Postmarked: Preston, Feb. 3 1910
1163Now! Where's my Vote?; 14x9 cm; color; Image: Cartoon of little girl holding giant hammer. / Imprint: B.K.W.I. No. 257/4, Printed in England [Carlton Publishing Co. Series 591] / Unposted
1164"Inmate of Lunatic Asylum to Visitor, What! You a Militant Suffragette! Pooh! You've no business here you're not mad, You're only a fool!"; 14x9 cm; color; [Image: Suffragette talking to inmate of lunatic asylum.]; Imprint: The Carlton Publishing Co., London, E.C. Series No. 524, Printed in England / Unposted
1165"Votes for Women. Our Views at Gillingham"; 14 x9 cm; color; [Image: Stereotypical elderly suffragette with menacing hatpin, staring eyes, large feet, wearing a hat ribbon and masculine tie in the WSPU colors of purple, white, and green, carries a newspaper billboard with the message "Votes for Women. Our Views at Gillingham." The billboard lifts up to reveal a concertina of views. In the Draper Collection copy only the first view, a photograph of boats and ships, remains.]; Message: 17.9.13. "Dear Fred. I dont know what time I shall be home trusting you are well. Mr. & Mrs. Chaff." / Addressed to: Mr. Pindlebury, 113 Columbia Square, Columbia Rd., London E. / Imprint: Celesque Series, Published by The Photochrom Co., Ltd., London & Tunbridge Well / Postmarked: Gillingham, Kent, Sept. 17, 1913.
1166"Now Madam..Will you go quietly or shall I have to use force?"; 14x9 cm; color; [Image: Combative female suffragist in steel-rimmed spectacles and Tyrolean hat disrupting a meeting.]; Imprint: C.W. Faulkner & Co., Ltd., London, E.C. Series No. 777A, British Production [London] / Unposted
1167"I protest against Man-made laws."; 14x9 cm; color; [Image: Suffragette in the dock.]; Message: "My dearest Mids. Shall be over about 6:30. Many thanks for letter. In great haste, Love from Ada" / Addressed to: Mrs. Clarke, The Cosy, 16 High St., Notting Hill Gate / Imprint: C.W. Faulkner & Co., Ltd., London, E.C. Series No. 777B, British Production [London] / Postmarked: Stoke Newington, Sep. 5, 1908.
1168The Suffragette not at home.; 14x9 cm; color; [Image: Domestic chaos when the wife and mother is off to her meeting. ]; Message: "So sorry to hear you are not well. There is such a lot of sickness about, nearly everybody seems to be laid up with either a cold or influenza. 3 or 4 here. I was bad last wk but am alright now. Charlie has just come in, he is sorry to hear you are not well. We had both looked forward to you telephoning us. Hoping you are better, Love Ernest" / Addressed to: Miss E. Marler, Tunstead, Norwich / Imprint: C.W. Faulkner & Co., Ltd., London, E.C. Series No. 777C, British Production [London] / Postmarked: London, Feb. 27, 1909.
1169"But surely my good woman don't you yearn for something beyond sufficient money to provide you with your immediate needs, doesn't your heart swell with the thought of elevating your sex to a share in making the laws of your country? I aint got no time mum."; 14x9 cm; color; [Image: Two suffragettes in steel-rimmed spectacles and Tyrolean hats canvassing for support.]; Imprint: C.W. Faulkner & Co., Ltd., London, E.C. Series No. 777F, British Production [London] - not posted - 2 copies
1170"Emancipated! (handwritten: "Pip" "Pip" I see you)"; 14x9 cm; color; [Image: Woman wearing bloomers & man's hat standing beside bicycle and smoking. ]; Addressed to: Miss R. Absey, 1 Chapel Place, Oxford Street, W. / Imprint: The design on this Card is the Copyright of the Cynicus Publishing Co., Ltd., Tayport, Fife / Postmarked: Kensington, Oct 20, 1903.
1171"A thing of the past, old dear." Copyright Entr at Stat Hall; 9x14 cm; color; [Image: Woman holding sign reading "Votes for Women--Wow!!" stands behind soapbox while a policeman carries another woman away to the amusement of two boys.]; Message: "Dear Bell, Very many thanks for the lovely P.C. you so kindly sent me, they look charming in my album. Hope you are well, also hope to be able to see you again soon, my turn in today so am doing a little letter writing to help to pass away the time, please excuse blot on this card, with fondest love, from --Edith"-- / Addressed to: Miss King, c/o The Matron, Grammar School, Chelmsford / Imprint: Davidson Bros. Pictorial Post Cards from Originals by Tom Browne, R.I., Printed in England "A Thing of the Past, Old Dear" Series 2607 / Postmarked: Shenfield - 2 copies, 1907 May 6
1172"A thing of the past, old dear." Copyright Entr at Stat Hall; 9x14 cm; color; [Image: Woman holding sign reading "Votes for Women--Wow!!" stands behind soapbox while a policeman carries another woman away to the amusement of two boys.]; Message: "Mr. Richter, fishing is very poor but we had a fish diner [sic] today we are out all allone [sic] tomorrow John Sacer is coming out. Mrs. G. Shafer." / Addressed to: August Richter, 1912 Vliet St., Milwaukee, Wis. / Imprint: Davidson Bros. Pictorial Post Cards from Originals by Tom Browne, R.I., Printed in England. "A Thing of the Past, Old Dear" Series 2607 / Postmarked: Pewaukee, Wis., Aug 22, 1907.
1173"No Votes! No Eggs!!"; 14x9 cm; color; [Image: Group of hens confronting the rooster.]; Message: "Dearest Doris, Just a few worth. Please send me a Belt genuine Patten leather size 38 4 inches wide Blak. Wil send you the money afeter lotse of kisses yours Adeline. I want to wear it with [illegible]". / Addressed to: Mrs. Chas S. Pursey, 4233 Leary Ave., Seattle, Wash. / Imprint: Inter-Art Co., Kinofilm House 6 and 7, Red Lion Square, London WC, "Freak" Series No. 577, Printed in England / Postmarked: Ketchican, Alaska, Feb. 18, 1918.
1174Suffragists on the War Path. "Jump on him. He is only a mere man." [Series:] 641; 9x14 cm; color; [Image: Suffragettes attacking policeman with their umbrellas.]; Message: "Dear Cousin, Hope you are all having a good time & splendid weather. From Albert, Lizzie" / Addressed to: Mrs. [illegible] Harris, c/o Mr. Whitney's, 54 Regent Rd., Morecambe / Imprint: Millar & Lang, Ltd., Art Publishers, Glasgow and London, Printed in Britain, National Series / Postmarked: Bradford, Aug. 6, 1908.
1175Suffragettes Who Have Never Been Kissed; 9x14 cm; color; [Image: Group of unattractive, middle-aged suffragettes.]; Message: Dear Friend, We hope you saw him last night. Sorry you did not invite him to tea, because he might have learned something. Yours truly, Who wants to know. / Addressed to: Miss Haigt c/o Mrs. E. A. Haigt, Eastwoods Fold, Town Bottom, Meltham near Huddersfield / Imprint: Millar & Lang, Ltd., Art Publishers, Glasgow and London, Printed in Britain, National Series / Postmarked: Oldham, July 19, 1907.
1176The "Rest" Cure - Reliable Series No. 9338; I9x14 cm; color; [Image: Suffragettes being hauled off to prison in a Black Maria.]; Handwritten note on front: "A Bientot. Je [illegible]" / Addressed to: Monsieur Gaston Le Brun, 124 Rue de Carenne, Paris, France / Imprint: W.R.& S. National Series "Waterette" / Postmarked: London, March 12, 1907.
1177There are things that even a Suffragette cannot do - [Series:] 258 / 14x9 cm; color; [Image: Man standing with his foot up on a graden wall, ankle showing, tying his shoe lace.] Message: "Dear M, Hope to come and see you on Wensday [sic]. Sorry I can't bring Mimi with will tell you why when I see you (can't come to tea) love in great haste. Emily." / Addressed to: Mrs. Whittaker, Montague House, Westfield Road, Eastney / Imprint: Registered Trade Mark Copyright HCL / Postmarked: Portsmouth, December 13, 1909.
1178A Suffragette. ; Ser. 609; 14x9 cm; color; [Image: Angry housewife standing amidst broken crockery brandishing a carpet beater while her husband cowers under a table.]; Message: "Dear M, just a few lines to say I hope you are quite well as it leaves me at present I have not seen Emily tell them to keep smyling [sic] love from Ede T."/ Addressed to: Miss Toyne, West Ash Grove, Horncastle / Postmarked: Lincoln, Nov. 28, 1907.
1179"Election Humour! Wot! No eggs today?" "No Mum, they've all been bought up to chuck at the speakers!!"; I9x14 cm; color; [Image: Woman standing at counter of grocer's; in street men walk by carrying election signs.]; Imprint: The Philco Publishing Co., Holborn Place, London, W.C., Series 4119, Printed in England / Unposted
1180"Her night out at the club"; 9x14 cm; color; [Image: Woman returning home at three in the morning with suffrage documents under her arm including one titled "Paper--the Duties of a Wife" while her husband has fallen asleep with a baby bottle in one hand and the other reaching out to rock the cradle beside the bed.]; Imprint: Davidson Bros. Pictorial Post Cards, from Originals by A. Ludovici, Serie 6089, Printed in England, London / Unposted
1181The Suffragette - "Down with Man-made Laws!; 14x9 cm; color; [Image: Staged photograph of a young girl speaking from atop a barrel, next to a "Votes for Women" sign in Trafalgar Square, London, England]; Imprint: Raphael Tuck & Sons "Rapholette" "The Suffragette" Series 8090, Art Publishers to their majesties the King & Queen, Processed in Saxony / Unposted 2003 Gifted
1182The Suffragette - "Down with Man-made Laws!"; 14x9 cm; color; [Image: Staged photograph of a young girl speaking from atop a barrel, next to a "Votes for Women" sign in Trafalgar Square, London, England]; Imprint: Raphael Tuck & Sons "Rapholette" "The Suffragette" Series 8090, Art Publishers to their majesties the King & Queen, Processed in Saxony / Unposted
1183The Suffragette - "Somebody please move this horrid Man!"; 14x9 cm; color; [Image: Staged photograph of a young girl whose way is blocked by a policeman in front of No. 10 Downing Street. ]; Message: Whishing [sic] you a Happy new year Dear from the Suffragette. / Addressed to: Mr. D. Brake, Lower Street, Merriott / Imprint: Raphael Tuck & Sons "Rapholette" "The Suffragette" Series 8090, Art Publishers to their majesties the King & Queen, Processed in Saxony / Stamp and postmark removed.
1184The Suffragette - "I will see the Government!"; 14x9 cm; color; [Image: Staged photograph of a young girl on the threshhold of No. 10 Downing Street, her way blocked by a policeman.]; Imprint: Raphael Tuck & Sons "Rapholette" "The Suffragette" Series 8090, Art Publishers to their majesties the King & Queen, Processed in Saxony / Unposted
1185The Suffragette - "In the Grip of the Law."; 14x9 cm; color; [Image: Staged photograph of young girl being marched off between two stalwart policemen.]; Imprint: Raphael Tuck & Sons "Rapholette" "The Suffragette" Series 8090, Art Publishers to their majesties the King & Queen, Processed in Saxony / Unposted
1186The Suffragette - "The Suffragette In Court" - "Two months without chocolates."; 14x9 cm; color; [Image: Staged photograph of young girl standing in the dock beside her "Votes for Women" placard.]; Message: Dear Grace, We have arrived save as Herrings packed in a box it is very wild the sea is rough it is coming over the prom I wish you were here. Do you think you could go with out chocolate for two months. With love Nellie / Addressed to: Miss G. Kellett, 42 Ivy Terrace, Lower Wortley, Leeds / Imprint: Raphael Tuck & Sons "Rapholette" "The Suffragette" Series 8090, Art Publishers to their majesties the King & Queen, Processed in Saxony / Postmarked: Blackpool, August 29, 1908.
1187The Suffragette - "Pouting in Prison"; 14x9 cm; color; [Image: Staged photograph of young girl sitting on a wodden bench in her prison cell leaning her elbow on a "Votes for Women" placard.]; Message: "Dear Fanny, We are coming on Wednesday, hope it will be weather like this. From Emily. O Yo On Woo Any Fa Ussey Foo" / Addressed to: Miss Fanny Fussey, c/o Mr. William Fussey, Burstwick, Nr. Hull / Imprint: Raphael Tuck & Sons "Rapholette" "The Suffragette" Series 8090, Art Publishers to their majesties the King & Queen, Processed in Saxony / Postmarked: Hull, Aug. 7[illegible].
1188"The Suffragette's Vision - Mrs. Speaker"; 14x9 cm; color; [Image: Woman dressed in the robes of the Speaker of the House of Commons]; Imprint: Raphael Tuck & Sons "Oilette" Regd. "The Suffragette" Series 9498, Art Publishers to their majesties the King & Queen, Processed in Saxony / Unposted
1189"Why Not Try the Good Old Way?"; Valentine's Suffragette Series; 9x14 cm; color; [Image: Three women flirting with man on bench with balloon captions: "Give us a vote ducky!" and "Oh do! There's a dear!"]; Message: 31-12-12. "To wish you all the best of health wealth & happiness in the year, 1913, and with all [illegible]." / Addressed to: Mrs. Lennie, 9 Watfield Road, [illegible]. / Imprint: Valentine's Series, Printed in Great Britain / Postmarked: Edinburgh, Dec. 31, 1912.
1190"We Want Our Vote!"; 14x9 cm; color; [Image: Two crying babies. ]; Message: "Dear Ethel. Hope you are quite well as I am and will like the P.C. Sorry I did not write to you before. Love to yourself and Elsie from Amy Johnson. 5 West Bank Rd., Edge [illegible]." / Addressed to: Miss Ethel Clarke, High Street, Ecton, Northampton / Imprint: Valentine's Series, Printed in Great Britain / Postmarked: Liverpool, 24 Sept. 1909.
1191"Another Injustice to Women! - Questions of the hour."; 14x9 cm; color; [Image: Harridan with pince nez, hatpin, sharp nose, goofy teeth, collar and tie, points to a notice for a meeting which reads "Men Only."]; Imprint: Valentine's Series, Printed in Great Britain / Unposted
1192"An Appeal to John Bull. The woman's cause is man's; they rise or sink Together, dwarfed or godlike, bond or free. --Tennyson"; 14x9 cm; color; Image: Posed photograph of a manacled woman in a prison cell reaching out her arms in supplication to a man dressed as John Bull who has turned his back on her with a scowl.]; Imprint: Valentine's Series, Printed in Great Britain / Unposted
1193"Wot Ever You Do -- I Votes for You!"; 9x14 cm; color; [Image: Little girl putting a ballot marked "You" into a ballot box.]; Valentine's "Attwell" Post Cards, Copyright Picture, 1545, Printed in Great Britain / Unposted
1194"Standing Up for Women's Rights"; 9x14 cm; color; [Image: Woman standing, holding strap in underground railway car, while seated men read newspapers.]; Message: "Dear Al, Just a card to let you know I have arrived as far as Aylesbury. Excuse this scribble as I am writing out-side a shop window. Kate." / Addressed to: Miss Pocock, The Chestnuts, Kingston Rd, Ewell, Surrey / Imprint: Where there is a Woman Series, The Regent Comic Series Nr. 905, R.P. Co., London N.W. / Postmarked: Aylesbury, Oct. 5, 1907.
1195"Who said 'Rats.'"; Woman Suffrage Series; 14x9 cm; b&w; [Image: Photograph of toddler in pinafore, bespectacled, studying The Daily Mail.]; Message: June 19/ "Dear Dorothy-- Many thanks for P.C. Hope you will like the small present sent they are always useful. So sorry you had a cold. We are hoping this summer will come [illegible]it will make us all feel better. With kind love, F.A.F". / Addressed to: Miss D. Stannard, c/o Mrs. J. W. Sinclair, School House, Portney, Spilsby, Lincolnshire / Imprint: Dainty Series 5001, Printed in England / Postmarked: Southwold, June 21, 1907.
1196"Who said 'Rats.'"; Woman Suffrage Series; 14x9 cm; b&w; [Image: Photograph of toddler in pinafore, bespectacled, studying The Daily Mail.]; Message: "Pleased to say I am very much better I will send a letter in a day or two hoping all are well love to all hope Uncle will soon be better. Bea" / Addressed to: Mrs. Nicholls, Draycott Nr Blockley, Worcs. / Imprint: Dainty Series, Printed in England / Postmarked: Kenilworth.
1197"What! You think a man could do it as well."; Woman Suffrage Series; 14x9 cm; b&w; [Image: Photograph of toddler in pinafore, bespectacles, reading The Daily Mail. ]; Message: July 5/07. Dearest Dorothy-- Many thanks for such a nice B-day present, its so kind to think of me. Much love to all. F.A.F. / Addressed to: Miss D. Stannard, c/o Mrs. J. W. Lincoln, School House, Portney, Spilsby, Lincolnshire / Imprint: Dainty Series, Printed in England / Postmarked: Southwold, July 5, 1907.
1198The Suffragette. "Down with the Tom cats."; 14x9 cm; color; [Image: Rather fierce white cat with claws out holding sign reading "Vote for Shes."]; [Saxony, Printed in Germany for the English market] / Unposted
1199The Suffragette. "Down with the Tom cats"; 14x9 cm; color; [Image: Rather fierce white cat with claws out holding sign reading "Vote for Shes."]; Message: "Well Dave, I received your post card. I have a pretty good place and I am well as ever. Bemus work near here and Bull Frog work near too. But I don't know just where. Pete Locust works on the next farm from here. Have you eaten up last month's wages yet. Write agains. From, Geo." / Addressed to: Mr. David H. Robinson, Jamison, Bucks Co., Pa. c/o S.B. Dudbridge / Imprint: Illustrated Postal Card Co., New York - Germany / Postmarked: Jamison, Pa., May 24, 1909 and Morrisville, Pa., May 24, 1909.
1200"I want my Vote!"; 14x9 cm; color; [Image: Black and white kitten showing fangs against a background striped in the WSPU colors of purple, white and green.]; Message: "Dear Kitty. Thanks for photo it does not flatter you at all but I was pleased to get it. Reg is full of fun just now been fishing letters out of my pockets. We have not decided on a house yet. It is too dark after we get home & Aunt is laid up with a bad leg the Dr. is coming to her now, but I think she will soon be better." / Addressed to: Miss H. Whittaker, 48 Combrooke St., Old Strafford, Manchester / Postmarked: Leeds - 2 copies, 1908 May 5
1201"I want my Vote!"; 14x9 cm; color; [Image: Black and white kitten showing fangs against a background striped in the WSPU colors of purple, white and green. ]/ Unposted
1202"Yes, Madam, by your bump of perseverance, if you live another 1000 years you might become prime ministeress!"; 14x9 cm; color; [Image: Unattractive woman being examined by a phrenologist who has a poster depicting heads of Charlie Peace and Mr. Balfour on the wall]; Imprint: Printed in Germany / Unposted
1203"A Grand Members Concert will shortly be given in the House of Commons, Admission by Insurance Card. Programme: Mr. McKenna will sing: I am the softest of the family. By kind permission of the Suffragettes. Mr. Lloyd George will perform some of his celebrated sleight-of-hand tricks, including his sensational illusion: "Insurance." (Prudentially assisted by Horatio Bottomley.) In full view of the audience Mr. L. George will produce 9 Coppers (in plain clothes) from 4. Mr. John Redmond will sing Home Sweet Home-Rule. Mr. Asquith will (before singing) Wait & See if there are any Suffragettes about. Mr. Bonar Law will sing "Anchored." Sir Rufus Isaacs & Mr. Lloyd George will sing a duet (in 2 shares) entitled: Oh! Oh! Marconio. Accompanied on a Wireless Piano. Mr. Winston Churchill will recite "How Bill Adams won the Battle of Sidney Street." Mr. Kier Hardie will conclude with "God Save the King."; 14x9 cm; color; Imprint: Written, Printed & Published by The Printeries, Gorton Lane, Manchester, S.E. / Unposted
1204"Missing! A Young Lady. Of medium length and uncertain breath, age about 18 3/4, would be older if she counted the twelve years she worked in a police-station as cashier, counting the coppers. She was wearing a pair of policeman's boots and two odd socks, and was sent out to buy a quart of beer in a half pint pot, as there was a farthing change to come out of the money she had she may have gone abroad; she was seen washing her neck in a horse trough, the water of which was sold afterwards for ink. On running round a corner she was knocked down by a motor bus which ran over her refreshment department, she however got up and threw her hat at the conductor knocking the side of his eye out, you cannot mistake her as her ears flap when the wind blows, she never uses a handkerchief, so she wipes her nose on the tail of her riding habit, she is also knocked kneed and silly and can't mind her own business. Whoever will give any information of her whereabouts will be rewarded with bad language, a thick ear, and be remanded for the state of their mind to be inquired into. Apply head-Wardress, Suffragette Dept., Soft Street."; 14x9 cm; color; [England] / Unposted
1205"Missing! A Young Lady. Of medium length and uncertain breath, age about 18 3/4, would be older if she counted the twelve years she worked in a police-station as cashier, counting the coppers. She was wearing a pair of policeman's boots and two odd socks, and was sent out to buy a quart of beer in a half pint pot, as there was a farthing change to come out of the money she had she may have gone abroad; she was seen washing her neck in a horse trough, the water of which was sold afterwards for ink. On running round a corner she was knocked down by a motor bus which ran over her refreshment department, she however got up and threw her hat at the conductor knocking the side of his eye out, you cannot mistake her as her ears flap when the wind blows, she never uses a handkerchief, so she wipes her nose on the tail of her riding habit, she is also knocked kneed and silly and can't mind her own business. Whoever will give any information of her whereabouts will be rewarded with bad language, a thick ear, and be remanded for the state of their mind to be inquired into. Apply head-Wardress, Suffragette Dept., Soft Street."; 14x9 cm; color; [England] / Unposted
1206"We only want what the men have got!!"; 14x9 cm; color; [Image: Caricature of suffragette speaking before a sign reading "Votes for Women. Miss Ortobee Spankdfirst."]; Message: "Wish he had never spoken at all. Why the water is turned off at 4 p.m. till 6 a.m. then you get saltwater for breakfast sometimes. I say I prefer the Saltcellar better. Do ask May why she don't answer my P.C." / Addressed to: Mrs. W. Higgs, 14 Bishop St., [illegible], C.C. / Imprint: Printed in Germany / Postmarked: Woodstock, 20 Feb. 1917.
1207"We only want what the men have got!!"; 14x9 cm; color; [Image: Caricature of suffragette speaking before a sign reading "Votes for Women. Miss Ortobee Spankdfirst."]; Message: "Dear [illegible]. Just to let you know that I shall not be coming down to-night (Thurs). Will see you either Fri. or Sat., and shall shall I bring that [illegible] arrangement down with me? Am sending this P.C. thinking the enviable positon of the speaker might appeal to you. Hoping all are well with best love, yours to ashes, Ell. Let me have a P.C."/ Addressed to: Miss De'ath, 21 Sedbury St., Peakham / Imprint: Printed in Germany / Postmarked: East Dulwich, June 12, [illegible].
1208"I've still got my eye on you."; A. 1441-6; 14x9 cm; color; [Image: Posed photograph of toddler peeking out from behind a broadside advertising a performance by Mrs. Howard Paul in her impersonation of Miss Grym in which she will lecture on Woman's Rights.]; Imprint: Rotary Photo, London, E.C., Printed in Britain / Unposted
1209Girls I didn't marry. The Suffragette.; 9x14 cm; color; [Image: Group of suffragettes kicking a mann out of a building with the sign "Home for lost, stolen, or strayed suffragettes."]; Message: Sept. 27th '13. Dear Alf, Sorry I never saw you before you went away but glad to hear you are enjoying yourself & I sincerely hope your leg and arm are geting [sic] stronger best wishes from myself wife & family. From your sincere friend George Foord / Addressed to: Mr. A. Churcher, Coast-Guard Sta., Shoeburyness, Essex / Postmarked: Greenhithe, Ken, Sep 27, 1913.
1210"Just home from College"; 14x9 cm; color; [Image: Dog wearing mortarboard with sign around its neck reading "Votes for Women."]; Message: "3H5 Walton Lane, Walton, Liverpool. My dear friend, Flowers & I arrived here safety in good condition hope you have got your C & brush packed ready for your journey. In haste yours as ever, E.M.B. / Addressed to: Mr. J. Barnett, Laurels, Brighton Road, Worthing. / Imprint: Published by the Falls Gray Co., Tunbridge Wells / Postmarked: Liverpool, July 8, 1909.
1211"Who Said Votes for Women!!"; 14x9 cm; color; [Image: Bulldog wearing steel-rimmed spectacles and smoking a pipe before a Union Jack background. ]; Message:" Smokes have arrived and I am happy. Hope you have got over the effect of your Christmas dinner. Harry" / Addressed to: Mr. R. Colwin c/o Messrs. Henderson & Co., Sowabaya, Java, Dutch East Indies / Postmarked: Edinburgh, Dec. 24, 1908.
1212"Sermons in Stones! Give me a vote or--"; 14x9 cm; color; [Image: Very masculine suffragette with her hair in a bun and a Tyrolean hat swinging a "Votes for Women" stone in a sling.]; Imprint: Printed and Published by J. Miles & Co. Ltd., 68-70, Wardour Street W [London] / Unposted
1213"Sir, Will Women ever have Votes? -- "Wait and See!"; 14x9 cm; b&w; [Image: Posed photograph of a woman pointing out a newspaper article to a man who shakes his finger at her. ]; Message: "Dear Mrs. Cuddeford. Just a P.C. in answer to your letter wich [sic] I thought you had forgotten all about me but still better late than never. Well I hope this will find you in the best of health as I am very bad in the bed so I have spent a very poor xmas. I have got inflammation in my left side I will write you a letter later on when I get down stairs wishing you a happy new year I had Will tell him I will explain to him later on excuse writing I remain your Friend. Miss Goodman 21 Edward St. Mind write soon". / Addressed to: Mrs. J. Cuddeford, Boscoppa Commons, Nr St. Austell / Imprint: Davidson Bros. London & New York, Printed in England / Unposted
1214"When Women Vote - A Proposal"; 9x14 cm; color; [Image: Woman kneeling to propose with the words, "Percy, darling, will you marry me?" to a shy young man who replies, "Really, you had better ask Mamma, Miss Smith!" In the next room sit the parents, the father knitting and the mother smoking a cigarette and reading "How we got the vote! by Mrs. Spankhurst." Signs on the wall read, "An Englishwoman's home is her castle" and "Our only boy going cheap (Apply to Mamma)." ]; Message: "Dr. B. Have sent you this in return for one received & hope same will interest, if not please, perhaps Percy would be able to tell you what S W A K means if not, I will when I come down again, but you may find out before then. Of course you will understand this is what the future will be. I really liked your P.C. H." / Addressed to: Miss B. Phillips, 232 St. Thomas Rd., Derby / Postmarked: Northampton, Oct. 5, 1907.
1215"Great Suffrage Demonstration" - Miss Hissy addresses a meeting of the goose's Social and Political Union - "Every proper goose should have her own propagander."; 9x14 cm; color; [Image: Goose addressing a meeting of geese.]; Message: "Dear Winnie, Just to show you I've not forgotten you. Lots of love, you Dadda / Addressed to: Miss Winnie Suis, 15 Railway St., Chatham" / Imprint: Copyright E. Mack, King Henry's Rd., Hampstead, London / Unposted
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28Feminism: "I myself have never been able to find out precisely what feminism is: I olny know that people call me a feminist whenever I express sentiments that differentiate me from a doormat…" Rebecca West.; 15 x 10 cm; color; [Image: Red background, black type, white border]; Differentiate Me From a Doormat, Designed by Suzanne Perkins, London: Cath Tate Cards/Unposted
29If it Were a Lady, it would get its bottom pinched [in spray paint] If this lady was a car she'd run you down]; 15 x 10.5 cm; b/w; [Image: Fiat billboard]; London: Acme Cards, Printed by Jackson Wilson, copyright, Jill Posener, 1979/Unposted
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111"Born One Suffragette" - Stork Series No. 86 - Color post card birth announcement [Image: stork holding baby girl wearing a yellow hat holding a sign: 'Votes for Women'] - "Weight ___ Hair ___ Eyes ___ Name ____ Everybody concerned-OK" - n/d not postmarked - 2 copies
115"Sermons in Stone!" - Color postcard [Image: man wearing dress and coat holding a red ribbon with a rock with writing: 'Votes for Women', sign on wall read 'Give me a vote or - '] - J.Miles & Co., Ltd., 68-70 Wardour St. W., - not postmarked
115Pledge card - "Memorial to the Vice-Chancellor. We, the undersigned members of the University 'in statu pupillari' respectfully beg leave to approach through you the Members of the Senate in view of the proposed legislation with regard to Women Students. We desire to express our conviction that the giving of Titles of Degrees to Women would prove injurious to the position and efficiency of this University and a University for Men." - [name and college blanks to fill in] - Back of card reads "The annexed card is intended for the answer" - Addressed to A. Thatcher, Esq. New Court, St. Johns - postmarked, 1897
1135"To The Twentieth Century Miss" - postcard - white with black and red ink - Writing: "Be good, sweet maid, and let who will be clever do noble deeds: Not dream them all day long and so make life, death, and the great forever, one grand sweet song. And never mind 'Votes for Women'" - postmarked, 1914
1135Blank postcard - "The Common Cause," weekly 1d." - Header: National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies, Parliament Chamber, 14, Great Smith Street, Westminster, London, S.W. - Hon. Treasurer: Mrs. Auerback - President: Mrs. Henry Fawcett, LL.D. - Hon. Secretaries: Miss K.D. Courtney, Miss C.E. Marshall - Secretary: Miss Crookenden, M.A. not dated
1136"Suffragettes Going to Parliament" - color postcard - [Image: four ducks marching - green background] - Addressed to Mill Parrons, Aston - Writing: "Could you call round between 9 & 9:30pm tomorrow evening (Friday) I shall be so busy preparing..." - postmarked, 1909
1136"Will Those In Favor of Women's Suffrage Please Hold Up Their Hands?" - color postcard [Image: room full of people holding up hands, including man in red dress with green sash reading 'Votes for..'] - Bamforth & Co. Publishers - not postmarked - 2 copies
1136"When Lovely Woman Gets The Vote The Men Will Look Such Freaks! She doesn't want his hat and coat, but woman will wear the breaks!" - color post card [Image: man dressed in black coat and red skirt with bloomers holding an umbrella holding the arm of a woman dressed in red hat with feather yellow frilled shirt and brown pants holding a purse] - 583 - Writing: "My Dear, It was pay day here today I got seven shillings. I have got altogether thirty three. With love from George" - not postmarked - 2 copies
1137"Comparisons Are Odious" - color postcard [Image: left side shows color picture of a man smoking a cigar sitting at a table with a bottle of liquor and a glass, captioned "1. The male political prisoner." The right shows a black and white image of a woman sitting with apron on holding an empty plate, captioned: "2. The female political prisoner"] - Valentine's Series, Famous Throughout the World - not postmarked
1137"Oh, What A Difference!" - color post card [Image: left side shows two women talking to three police officers (holding their right hands up), street sign says 'Stephens 1/4 mile', captioned: "1. Reception of a Constitutional Deputation to the British Parliament at Westminster." The right side shows three officers are hauling off one of the women, captioned: "2. Its result."] - Valentine's Series, Famous Throughout the World - Not postmarked
1137"The Ulster Militant Suffragettes" - Black and white postcard [Image: women marching - woman in front is all in black with black hat on, several women behind walking, some carrying hammers] - Front reads: "The Ulster Militant Masculine Woman. No one in his senses considers her human. A throw-back to times prehistoric; when mated, God help the poor man who to marry her's fated." - Not postmarked
1138"Votes for Women" - Black and white postcard - [Image: three people in a line - to the left is a women holding a 'Votes For Women' poster and writing on the back of the coat of the man in front 'Women are half the people & demand a voice in deciding the taxes' - Man that she is writing on is writing on the man in front of him wearing a king's crown and drape: 'The commons as representatives of the people must decide the taxes' - The king is writing on a poster on the wall: 'The people not the commons must decide the taxes'] - The Women's Social & Political Union, 4, Clements Inn, Strand, W.C. - Artist: A. Patrio - Not postmarked
1138"The Right Dishonorable Double-Face Asquith" - Black and white postcard [Image: three people on front - King on left is looking to man in the center with two sides, and wman on right is holding a poster reading: 'Liberty Equality' - Right side of man in center is dressed as peasant holding a flag toward the king reading 'Liberty, Equality, Fraternity' - Left side of man in center dressed as wealthy man scoffs at woman] - Left side reads: 'Citizen Asq-th; Down with privilege of birth - up with Democratic rule!' - Right side reads: Monsignor Asq-th: 'The rights of government belong to the aristocrats by birth - men. No liberty or equality for women!' - Right border reads: 'Votes for Women. Women's Social and Political Union. 4, Clement's Inn, London, W.C. - Artist: A Patriot - Not postmarked
1138"Bournemouth Centenary Carnival Suffragettes" - Black and white picture postcard - [Image: three people wearing dresses and aprons in oversized heads and arms waving] - Harvey Barton & Sons, Ltd., Bristol - postmarked Bournemouth - addressed to Miss Futcher, Winchester - Writing: "I believe A is going to Ropley for a week or so soon then she intends to come round to you so look out for - I told her you were down here, come to see flying not - I shall be up soon JWF", 1910
1139Black and white photographic postcard [Image: Petts' Popular Cash Stores, Popular Fancy Bazaar with men standing in front of store] - picture is faded - Writing: "Dear H," and mentions "election fever", and "political meetings held at Petts' Popular all hours", and having "just got home from a Suffragette meeting." - signed "Cousin Louise" - Not postmarked
1139"Mama's A Suffragette Too!" - Black and white photo postcard - [Image: girl sitting on a chair holding a paper that reads: 'Laugh and the World Laughs with You'] - Rotary Photo, E.C. #11213 A - Rotary Photographic Series - 'Sweet Memories - I'm thinking of you often As the days go by, And if I had my own way, you'd be always nigh' - Addressed: Miss H. Rider, Leek, Staffs - Writing: "Dear Hilder Just a line to wish you many happy returns of the day with Love xxxxx Dolly" - Postmarked
1140"I've Still Got My Eye On You" - Black and white photo postcard - [Image: child holding a songbook that says: 'Bother the Men, by Mrs. Howard Paul, Woman's Rights'] - Rotary Photographic Series, 11214 D - Writing: "Dear Miss Edwards, Glad to hear that you are enjoying yourselves you are having glorious weather & sorry to hear that you have had toothache, hoping it is gone by now and glad to hear that M.M. is all right, Davy fells sorry that you had toothache it is.... Miss Griffiths went to (?) for holidays and she was over there a week when she had a stroke and was unconscious until she died and as buried yesterday at Gelligser. Davy and I went down to the pageant yesterday and it was beautiful. with love from both" - Addressed: Miss E. Edwards - Postmarked, 1909
1140"Which Way?" - Black and white - [Image: woman leading a group of women with 'Vote for Women' sandwich boards while holding flag 'Vote for Women' looking back at a dressed up woman sitting in a cloud with cherubs flying around her, and ignoring a book reading "Women's Rights'] - W.C. Photogravure Series - Inter-Art Co., Southampton House, London - not postmarked.
1140"The Militant Captain said 'Close up!' Soon they wish she'd said 'Close down!'" - color postcard - Mouse series #1005 - Bamforth & Co. - [Image: mouse standing on ink well looking at paper on desk in "Houses of Parliament' reading 'Report... Suffragettes'] - not postmarked
1141"Safe in the Arms of The Policeman" - color postcard - Valentines Suffragette Series - B.B. London, Series no. E 42 - [Image: Group of women with umbrellas marching, carrying 'We want... vote' banner - policeman carries a woman who has her hand in his face - another woman being held by policeman] - Artist: George D. - Addressed: Miss Lagden, Grayswood Vicarage, Haslermore, Surrey - Writing: "Thank you so much Dearee for the nice lot and good wishes for my birthday. I am so pleased with them & shall find it very useful, I had a lovely time at the wedding, Edie came up & took duty for me here, I am much better dearie. With fondest love" - Postmarked, 1909
1141"We Don't Care If We Never Have A Vote" - color postcard - B.B. London, Series No. E 42 - Printed in Germany - [Image: Two cats, one white with blue collar tan and black one with red collar] - Addressed to Miss Mary Eleanor White - Writing: "My dear Mary Eleanor, I send you this postal as an election day souvenir. Isn't it very cute..." - Not postmarked - 3 copies
1142"The Suffragette Nails Her Colours To The Mast" - color postcard - Oilette The Suffragette Series 9498 Raphael Tuck & Sons, Tuck's Post Card - [Image: woman in blue skirt and jacket, yellow shirt and black tie with red and white ribbon on jacket attaching cloth that reads 'Votes for Women' on her umbrella] - Addressed: Miss R. Couslad, Brighton - Writing: "I was ever so shocked Rose to receive your P.C. & that silly old postman made me open the door for it. Have been looking after your brother & sisters for you. Me thinks I can see you like the old girl on this P.C. a few years hence. Love May" - Postmarked, 1908
1142"Suffragettes In Council" - Black and white photo card - [Image: four women huddled together smoking cigarettes, the women on sides have their feet on the arms of the chair] - The Milton "Living Picture" Series No. 11 - London E.C. - Addressed: Mr. W. Bailey c/o Mr. Ashton, N. Holsworthy - Writing: "Dearest, What do you think of this? Don't they looking back (?) Have you ever got caught like this. Hope you are quite well. Fondest love from Daisy" - Postmarked, 1907
1143"A Perfect Woman, Nobly Planned To Warn, To Comfort & Command" - color postcard - [Image: woman shouting, arms up holding a sign reading 'I want a vote' - Sign behind her in red reads: 'Give me a vote and see what I'll do'] - printed and published by J. Miles & Co., Ltd. - not postmarked - 2 copies
1143"Sir, Will Women Ever Have Votes? - Wait and see!" - Black and white photo postcard [Image: man in suit and straw hat pointing his finger at woman in a large hat holding a paper - Davidson Bros., London and New York - not postmarked
1143"The Southwold 'Express'" - Black and white cartoon card - [Image: train called Southwold Railway stopped in the countryside - man standing at fence with shotgun, railroad men working on the engine, fetching water from nearby pond - engine has a ship's anchor and sign that reads 'Back in 5 minutes' - woman wearing 'Votes' sash sitting in tree throws a bomb with smoke that reads 'Votes for Women'] - The Southwold 'Express', A slight engine trouble causes a delay - but is soon remedied" - The Sorrows of Southwold series no. 1 - Drawn and published by Reg Carter, N.B.A., with apologies to all - Writing: Dear old Cathy, what do you think of this, rather amusing isn't it..." - Addressed: Miss M.C. Howard "Freddy" Dorking, Surrey - Postmarked Southwich
1144Black and white photo card - [Image: Margaret Bondfield, M.P., the first English Minister of Labour sitting at a desk] - "Miss Margaret Bondfield, M.P." - Walter Scott Bradford - no postmark
1144"The Simple Life: 99 times round the Garden before breakfast" - color postcard - [Image: boy in shorts and undershirt and girl in dress with 'Votes for Women' sash tied in a bow around waist skipping rope in circles in the rain, man and kids watching over fence] - Series 1029, C.W. Faulkner & Co., Ltd., London - postmarked, 1913
1145"A Happy New Year" - color postcard - [Image: woman in purple dress, 'Votes for Women' banner running from a police officer - woman holding baby in lower right] - Reads: "A Happy New Year to a New Woman - Why don't you turn over this new leaf - Do a bit of this" - Printed in Saxony - no postmark
1145"Oh Did He" - color postcard - [Image: man holding sign reading: 'I say, down with women's rights' surrounded by angry women holding up their fists to him] - Writing: "Dear Ma. Vote for Women (I don't think). Hope you (?) go on time with your march to Hyde Park and we are enjoying ourselves. with love" - no postmark
1145"Lecture for Women Only" - color post card [Image: Priest standing at doorway with hand up and woman in red and blue pants suit drop her purse] - "Not in these trousers" - Bamforth & Co., Ltd., Harem Series No. 850 - not postmarked
1150Emily Wilding Davidson - black and white photo postcard - [Image: flowers at a graveside, including one reading 'Fight on,' with woman standing behind fence] - not postmarked
1150Color postcard - "He is only a week married and is now completely under her thumb" - [Image: man lying on floor with large thumb pressed to his back] - Addressed to Mr. A. Firth - Writing: "This to your memory bring of times not long ago. The times goes hard with us, to my sympathy I send. If you wake us & find your self where this poor man is bow ow" - Postmarked, 1912 April 29
1153"Hyde Park Demonstration" - Black and white photo post card - [Image: Women in white dresses and shashes standing in front of 'Votes for Women' float] - "Hyde Park demonstration, Sunday, June 21, 1908; Miss Christabel Pankhurst, LL.B. & Mrs. Pethick Lawrence" - Sandle Brothers, London - not postmarked, 1908
1153"Votes for Women" - Black and white photo postcard [Image: portrait of Christabel Pankhurst] - "Christabel Pankhurst, Ll.B - The Women's Social & Political Union, 4, Clement's Inn, Strand, W.C." - not postmarked
1154"Origin and Development Of A Suffragette" - color post card - National Series, No. 2408D - [Image: four women in 4 stages of life] - Reads: 'At 15 a little pet, At 20 a little Coquette, At 40 not married yet, At 50 a Suffragette' - addressed to: M. W Veitch, Peebles - Writing: "Arrived here all right got a good blow. Grandfather is at Cormiston so look out . Picture yourself as something like this dirt" - Postmarked , 1914
1154"Only a Figure of Speech" - color post card - Inter-Art Co., London - 'Haremette' Series, No. 926 - [Image: woman dressed in purple pantsuit trimmed in green standing at table with 'The Division In The Womens Movement' sign and hand raised - man is sitting in background under banner that reads 'Vote for Women' - no postmark
1156Wargrave Church - black and white photographic post card - [Image: three men in front of burnt down Wargrave church] - not postmarked, 1914



1.3 Germany

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1216"Moderne Eve. Die hat die hosen an." - A. Dreesbach & Co., Koln, H. 504; 14x9 cm; color; [Image: A married couple in their underwear; the wife in a corset and man's long underwear, the husband in a frilly blouse and petticoat tending a baby. ]; Imprint: Wobnugn, Strasse und Bausnummer / Unposted



1.4 Netherlands

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210Worldwide Policing: A Woman's Affair!, Police European Network of Policewomen; 10cm w x 15cm; [Image: White with black print and red arrow.]/Unposted
 

2. Autographs and Letters

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31Addams, Jane, Letter, U.S., Autographed, Rare. Signed 1918 April 21. Chicago, IL. Addressed to Marcel Haldeman Julius. Girard, Kansas. 1 page. Written on the stationary of Hull-House. With original envelope. [Travel Plans, family matters.]
32Addams, Jane, Letter, U.S., Autographed, Rare. Signed 1932 December 8. Chicago, IL. Addressed to Mrs. John L. Shortall. Chicago, IL. 1 page. Written on the stationary of Hull-House. With original envelope. [Soliciting funds for the Woman cause.]
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1220Addams, Jane - Two page letter on Hull-House 800 South Halsted St., Chicago stationary - Signed "Jane Addams"
1221Addams, Jane - one-page typed letter on Hull-House, 800 South Halsted Street, Chicago letterhead - "My Dear Mrs. Evans: I find to my deep regret that I have an engagement at Hull-House on Saturday which makes it impossible for me to go to Mrs. Young's luncheon. Perhaps I can telephone and make an appointment for some time next week. I really want to see you very much indeed. Hastily yours, [signed] Jane Addams" - to Mrs. Lynden Evans, Chicago, 1909 November 26
1222Addams, Jane - typed letter on Hull House, 800 South Halsted Street, Chicago letterhead, 9"x 11" - from Jane Addams to Mr. Ihlder - "My dear Mr. Ihlder: I shall be very glad indeed to attend the meeting of the National Housing Committee between November 16th and 18th. As soon as I hear from Mr. Ball as to the exact time I shall be able to make definite arrangements. Sincerely yours, [signed] Jane Addams. John Ihlder, Esq., New York City, N.Y." , 1911 October 18
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271Alcott, Louisa May - framed note, signed and reproduction portrait with biographical and transcription plaques - 73 1/2cm x 49 1/2cm - "Mr. Barrows, Dear Sir, I am not allowed to visit just now so cannot reply to your request as you desire. Yrs truly, L.M. Alcott, Nov. 28th"
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33Anthony, Susan B., Note, U.S., Autographed, Rare; Signed but No date. No place. 5 lines. Written on bottom of 2"x 8" page: "Won't you write a card--telling who was the owner of the table--and all about it--and I will put in on the under side of it. You are the only one left who knows anything about it -- So do write me something."
34Anthony, Susan B., Letter, U.S., Autographed, Rare; Signed 1876 July 16th. Philadelphia, PA. Addressed to Mrs. [Myra] Bradwell, Woman Suffrage Association, Centennial Headquarters. On the verso is printed the: Constitution of the National Woman Suffrage Association listing the officers. "Dear Mrs. Bradwell, I am editor of the Woman's Department of Johnson Universal Encyclopedia and would like to hand down through it the facts of your life--particularly the Supreme Court Decision in your case..." "Mrs. Stanton and myself are going to devote the summer to write our Gatherings in the History of our Women's Rights Movement..." ...
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OS 11Anthony, Susan B., Letter, U.S., Autographed, Rare; Signed 1876 November 13th. Tenafly, NJ. 2 pages. Addressed to "Dear Friends" Written on the stationary of the National Woman Suffrage Association, Centennial Headquarters. "Woman wants Bread--and the Ballot." Framed.
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OS 21Anthony, Susan B., Letter, U.S., Autographed, Rare; Signed 1885 Feb. 1st. Washington, DC. 1 page/2 sides. Addressed to Hon. George F. Edmunds, [Washington, DC]. Written on the stationary of the National Woman Suffrage Association. "Dear Sir, the Committee on Women Suffrage Promised to bring our bill before the Senate early this week...May I not ask you to give the weight of your influence in its favor -- and thus help to lift the discussion of our question in the state from the vote of the masses into that of their representatives in the Legislatures..." Framed.
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OS 31Anthony, Susan B., Letter, U.S., Autographed, Rare; Signed 1885 May 11th. Rochester, NY. 3 pages. Written on the stationary of the National Woman Suffrage Association. "Will you please tell me the plan upon which you began the indexing? Was it to make a separate index for each volume? Or was it to make one Index for all three volumes? I hope to have Vol III done by October at latest..." Re: Creating The History of Suffrage. Framed.
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35Anthony, Susan B., Letter, U.S., Autographed, Signed, Rare; 1885 Dec. 14th. Tenafly, NJ. Addressed to the Hon. J.A. Sherman. [Washington, D.C.] Written on the stationary of the National Woman Suffrage Association. "Enclosed a petition…East Liberty, Ohio, Mrs. Margaret gathered the 102 signatures....Will you please present it to the Senate and have it referred to our Woman's Suffrage Committee...Allow me to congratulate you on the election to the Senate..."
36Anthony, Susan B., Letter, U.S., Autographed, Signed, Rare; 1887 March 26th. Rochester, NY. Addressed to Senator H.W. Blair. Washington, D.C. Written on the stationary of National Woman Suffrage Association. With original envelope. "Senator Blair, Will you please send me 20 copies of the full report fo the Discussion of the 16th Amendment--With 200 of your speech..."
37Anthony, Susan B., Letter, U.S., Autographed, Signed, Rare; 1888 October 1. Rochester, NY. Addressed to "Dear Friend" "The National Woman Suffrage Association presents each of its friends a bound volume of the Council Report…Enclosed with your -- you will find sundry Congressional Documents also the Final Report..."
38Anthony, Susan B., Letter, U.S., Autographed, Rare; Signed. 1891 June 12. Rochester, NY. 1 page. Addressed to "Dear Friend, Thanks for your lovely note…I shall be most happy to bring my sister Mary to the Club party…[regarding her lecture] I think 'Old Roots of Prejudice' will allow me all the latitude necessary..."
39Anthony, Susan B., Letter, U.S., Autographed, Rare; Signed. 1892 November 7. Chicago, IL. 1 page. Addressed to Adelaide [Johnson]. Written on the stationary of the National-American Woman Suffrage Association. "Dear Adelaide, She and Mrs. Willard are to arrive in Chicago A.M. to talk over the World Fair monies..."
310Anthony, Susan B., Letter, U.S., Autographed, Rare; Signed. 1895 October 17. Rochester, NY. 1 page. Addressed to the Hon. H.P. Greenleaf. S.B.A. writes of her sister Mary Anthony's participation "…to aid the great work of rolling up the mammoth Petition 625,000 -- to the Constitutional Convention of 1894...asking the enfranchisement of the women of the state on Equal Rights with Men...from the Representative Constituent..."
311Anthony, Susan B., Letter, U.S., Autographed, Rare; Signed. 1895 October 17. Rochester, NY. 1 page. Addressed to the Hon. H.P. Greenleaf. Rochester, NY. "From your friend and Co-Worker for Equal Rights For Women…"
312Anthony, Susan B., Letter, U.S., Signed. New York. No date. 2 pages. Addressed to Mrs. Sarah M. Bentley, Fluvanna, NY. Written on the stationary of National-American Woman Suffrage Association. "Owing to the fact that my health is not such as to warrant a great outlay of strength..."
313Anthony, Susan B., Letter, U.S., Autographed, Rare; Signed. 1901 April 12. Rochester, NY. 1 page. Addressed to the Mrs. Smith Eaton. Written on the stationary of the National-American Woman Suffrage Association. "No--on the note of Vote--Say NO!" Also regarding Anna Howard Shaw's lecture: "Miss Shaw, of course, you will get the biggest church for her lectures..." [This letter refers to : Anna Howard Shaw (1847-1919). Minister, Lecturer, and Suffragist. Ms. Shaw was the National Lecturer of the United National American Woman Suffrage Association, and when Susan B. Anthony became its president in 1892, Anna Howard Shaw became vice president, a position she held until 1904.]
314Anthony, Susan B., Letter, U.S., Autographed, Rare; Signed. 1903 July 8th. Rochester, NY. 1 page. Addressed to "Dear Friend." Written on the stationary of the National American Woman Suffrage Association. Susan B. Anthony writes to prospective buyer of The History of Woman's Suffrage. "When ordering Volume IV--please state whether you wish cloth or leather binding..."
315Anthony, Susan B., Quotation, U.S., Autograph, Rare; signed. "Principle Not Policy" -- "Justice not Favors" "April 2, 1869" Written on a blank leaf.
316Anthony, Susan B., Letter, U.S., Autographed, Rare; Signed. 1890 September 25. Aberdeen, South Dakota. 2 pages; [second sheet corners torn] Addressed to Mrs. [Philena Everett] Johnson, President of the South Dakota Equal Suffrage Association. Written on the Stationary of the South Dakota Equal Suffrage Association: "...the Madison action...Had there a fat pig on exhibition at Madison...every paper in the nation would have heralded this fact, but 2 or 3 or 4 women non voters assembled there to study how to make this world the better, are not worthy of a mention!! Such an ignoring of women and their ought to teach all of us the powerlessness of a disfranchised class...I have spent the forenoon in writing begging letters..I shall meet the aristocrat H.M. Barker as innocent of all South Dakota W.C.T.U. (Woman's Christian Temperance Union) facts as any child need be...without the help of the churches and parties we are compelled to do double and triple...party men and officials lent us a helping hand...the M.E. ministers are not even preaching or praying a word for our acc't...last year every one of them was shouting for his Prohibition acc't...E.S.A. (Equal Suffrage Association)...fail to issue an appeal to every minister of every church in the state to preach at length...the work of helping to convert the voters."
374Anthony, Susan B., Letter, U.S., Autographed, Rare dated April 18, 1873 [shows Anthony angry and indignant over the Supreme Court's decision against Myra Bradwell's application to the Illinois Bar. Mrs. Bradwell had obviously written Anthony about her case before the Supreme Court. She says, "I am fired to white heat." Then she asks Mrs. Bradwell for support--to write and to come to the May 6 suffrage meeting in NY. She adds, "Our conversation will pour hot shot into that old Court. Again, she asks for Mrs. Bradwell's presence, especially in Rochester to "see our trial through the following week..." Now she is referring to her (Anthony's) court case.
375Anthony, Susan B., Letter, U.S., Autographed, Rare; dated July 30, 1873, [After thanking Mrs. Bradwell for the copy of Bradwell's publication, Legal News, she notes (indignantly) that she had read Judge Hunt's opinion and encloses her counsel's argument, praising him (Mr. Sheldon). She adds that she wished President Grant "had the sense & the honesty to put such a man--such a judge--in the chair of the Chief Justice. What a spectacle will be either Conklin or Howe?" [President Grant did appoint Judge Ward Hunt to the Supreme Court in 1873.] And then she gives her summation of the character of Judge Hunt, "Hunt is small & pettifogging & pitiable in his outlandish actions." She goes on to discuss Mrs. Bradwell's case, Bradwell v. Illinois, adding that she thought Senator Carpenter gave a "school-boy pettifoggery speech...but still the Courts are so entirely controlled by prejudice & procedures." She adds, "We have nothing to hope from them but endorsement of dead men's actions." She closes with a reference to Mrs. Jones (Jane Elizabeth Hitchcock Jones, antislavery and woman's rights lecturer, one of the key first generation militants in those causes). She refers to the Chicago Fire of 1871 saying she has heard nothing from "your Chicagoans--any more than if you were all dead & buried or burned up."]
376Anthony, Susan B., Letter, U.S., Autographed, Rare, June 22, 1882. [Asking Mrs. Bradwell how she likes the first print of her engraving. This refers to the illustrations that Stanton and Anthony were including in their monumental The History of Women Suffrage. John Chester Buttre was a renowned engraver whose lifetime work included nearly 3,000 plates, including Martha Washington, Anthony and Stanton. His portrait of Myra Bradwell appears in Vol. II, p. 616; where the narrative of her case before the Supreme Court appears. She talks about her work with regard to the Sixteenth Amendment, but returns to Vol. II of History of Woman Suffrage, asking both Mrs. Bradwell and her husband Judge Bradwell to review carefully, suggesting errors and omissions. The closing reflects the friendship shared by Susan Anthony and Myra Bradwell. She fondly ask after Bessie Bradwell--Myra's child who eventually would take over her mother's legal publishing compy and contiue publication of "Legal News."]
377Anthony, Susan B., Letter, U.S., Autographed, Rare; August 30, 1885 [asking Mrs. Bradwell to give some comfort to Miss Leonard, mentioning the decision of the Judge in the case of Mary Hall's admission to the bar in Connecticut. She follows with another Anthony salvo, "I hope you will give her all the ammunition you can fire at those professional idiots!!"]
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213Anthony, Susan B., US, Woman Suffrage, Autographed Letter, Signed, US; Bones, Marrietta M., Letter to Miss Anthony, Letter written on National Woman Suffrage Assoc. for the Territory of Dakota, [Marietta M. Bones, Vice President to Ms. Anthony complaining about a engraving received from Mr. Buttre - On the back Ms. Anthony sent the letter (dated April 9, 1886) to Mr. Buttre asking if he can fix the picture or she will refund money to Ms. Bone and not include her picture in the book.]
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1223Anthony, Susan B., Gage, Matilda Joslyn - Note paper, 12.5 cm x 19.5 - First side: "Last my first United States citizen's note - in the 8th ward of the City of Rochester and State of New York - November 5th 1873 - [signed] Susan B. Anthony" - Other side: "Citizen Suffrage is to-day the battle ground of State Rights and the denial of woman's constitutional right to vote and of National protection in voting, is the weapon it uses against the nation. [signed] Matilda Joslyn Gage, Fayetteville, NY"
1224Anthony, Susan B. - notes on National Woman Suffrage Association Stationary, 8 1/2 x 11 (folded in half) Stationary - "Chetopa Kan. - Dear Sir, Please direct packages of Senator Blair's Speech on Woman Suffrage - 30 - of them - and 20 copies of the (?) report of discussion as follows - Susan B. Anthony care Mrs. Hornbrook, Evansville, Indiana - and after that to Susan B. Anthony care Woman Suffrage Convention - Vincennes, Ind. - New Albany, Ind - Madison - Bloomington - Terre Haute - Kokomo - Logansport - Wabash - Fort Wayne - La Porte - I am to attend W.S. Convention at each of these places in the 13 Congressional Districts of Indiana - Hoping this may reach the proper person - and the packages be duly mailed to each point - I am very respectfully yours, Susan B. Anthony - P.S. The packages sent to my Kansas meeting have all been received in good order. SBA" [intials]
1225Anthony, Susan B. - typed letter, 8 1/2 x 11, single sided - "The Riggs House Washington, DC - Dear Miss Walton: Yours of Nov. 21st awaited me at my home - Rochester, N.Y. - but this is my first moment to reply to it - I, too, was sorry to lose sight of the Chain Party after my darling travelling companion left me in London... Don't let the enemy imagine our Woman Suffrage Cause at all set back because 122 Democrats and 21 Republicans voted against allowing the re-appointment of our W.S. Select Committee in the House of Representatives - Our 16th Amendment Bill is in the hands of the Judiciary Com. and we shall work to get it a favorable report... - P.S. Miss Walton will you please send the enclosed to Miss Williard - & oblige - S.B.A." - No signature
1226Anthony, Susan B. - typed letter, signed, 20cm x 18.5 cm - stationary of Rachel Foster Avery, Somerton, Philadelphia, PA - "My Dear Miss Allen:- At my seventy-fifth birthday dinner, Ebbitt House, Washington, D.C., February 15th, my loving and loved first adopted niece, Rachel Foster Avery, surprised and delighted me by the announcement that she had secured an $800 annuity for me, and now, a month later, in her own lovely country home, she has read to me the names of the dear friends who contributed to the generous gift. Among them was yours and I hasten to thank you for thus helping to lift me financially above the need of earning the necessary sum to meet my simple home expenses For myself and my only surviving sister, Mary S. Anthony, who has ever made it possible for me to go and do and be for our good cause, I am Most gratefully yours, [signed] Susan B. Anthony" - Dictated March 10th , 1895 April 16
1227Anthony, Susan B. - signed handwritten letter, 23cm x 29cm, folded, written on both sides - "The Riggs House Washington D.C. - My Dear Mrs. Walton, Yours of Nov 21st awaited me at my home Rochester, N.Y. but this is my first moment to... With much love and many pleasant memories of you as one of the 'Chain Party'...", 1880 December 22
1228Anthony, Susan B. - handwritten letter on blue stationary of the Office of the Democrat & Chronicle, Rochester, NY, 20cm x 25cm - "Mr. Fitch, I find you not in - came here to say to you that my brother Col. D. R. Anthony arrived on the Erie train Saturday midnight and is stopping at his mother's no.7 Madison St. - He can hardly climb these stairs else I would have invited him to accompany me - instead of inviting you to call on him - as I now do most cordially - he will be at home this evening. Respectfully, Susan B Anthony", 1876 September 12
1229Anthony, Susan B. - signed letter, signed 3 page letter written on National-American Woman Suffrage Association letterhead - "As I am on the wing, the word comes to me the Mrs. [Coonly] is the only one on the committee that opposes the purchase of dear little Miss Johnson's bust of Miss Anthony, and that she opposes it because she thinks that Miss Anthony is not satisfied with it and I hasten to say that of the four different artists attempt to make a bust of me I consider Miss Johnson's altogether the best...", 1894 March 8
1230Anthony, Susan B. - handwritten, signed letter, 9"x 5 1/4", tri-folded, written on National-American Woman Suffrage Association letterhead - "Dear Adelaide, Yours received - I think [Dent] proposes to charge me $10 a dozen for…, table fixtures and $...for the smaller pictures-I have ordered a lot of them-all our...a copy-I enclose the V you left with niece Anna O.-Mr. Colby has taken the...stand-is to...for them when I call-which will be tomorrow-he is to pay me what he thinks he can afford to cover the...of the...-to...this V to something for your own comfort-Mrs. Stanton has had an increase of her...off-...she reached New York-indeed was worse at Geneva-but Maggie's last letter says she is better! I feel quite sure it is indigestion-it seemed to me that when she was here-The Political Equality club met here yesterday and voted $21 out of the Treasury to $25 to be raised among the members-but is $...to be sent to the...so here is the first installment of the $50. Lovingly yours, Susan B. Anthony", 1891
1231Anthony, Susan B. - signed, handwritten, one page letter, 5 3/4"x 7 3/4" - "To Hon. H.L. Greenleaf, Rochester N.Y., In grateful recognition of his generous contribution-not only of cash-but of his 'wife's services' to the New York Woman Suffrage Association. Jean Brooks Greenleaf, President. Mary P. Anthony (?) in aid of great-work of rolling with the mammoth petition - to the Constitutional Convention of 1894 - asking the enfranchisement of the women of the state on equal terms with men - From his sincere friend, Susan B. Anthony, Rochester, N.Y." , 1893 October 17
1232Anthony, Susan B. - one page typed letter, signed, 8"x 10", on National-American Woman Suffrage Association, Office of the President letterhead - "Dear Friend, the National Woman Suffrage Association asks your co-operation in a new department which it hopes to inaugurate at its Fiftieth Anniversary next February in Washington; viz.: a PRESS BUREAU. Such has been the growth of public sentiment on the question of women's enfranchisement that it now may be regarded as one of the prominent issues of the day. there is no difficulty in securing ample space for its respectful consideration in the leading newspapers throughout the country. The only hindrance in the way of reaching millions of readers, every week, is the lack of a central office for collection and distribution arguments and practical illustrations in its favor....", 1897 December 22
1233Anthony, Susan B. - handwritten, signed letter on National American Woman Suffrage Association Office of Honorary President letterhead - "Dear Doctor, Here is a check for past favors. I am trying to screw up my courage to come to you the last part of the old Centruy & have out all my teeth so as to begin with a clean plate the twentieth century. Susan B. Anthony", 1901 December 24
1234Anthony, Susan B. - typed letter with envelope, signed, on National American Woman Suffrage Association Office of the President letterhead - "Parker Pillsbury Concord, N.H. - My dear friend, Yours of the 6th is here this morning. I'm very, very glad to hear from you and your pen-tracks look just as good as of old. You always did carry a pretty steady hand and write clearly too. I didn't mean to trouble you or to place any mathematical burdens upon you in any possible way. In sending me the address of a person to whom you would like a set of the History sent, you have done exactly what I asked you to do and I always want you to feel at liberty to do, as long as you stay this side the big river, and you may stay here, notwithstanding your paralysis of two years ago, longer than I shall. If I should go first, you can make your orders upon Sister Mary, if she stays. At any rate, we shall always keep jogging along and doing the best we can as long as we do stay. I shall paste the little slip upon the inside cover of Vol.I, so that everybody who takes up the book will know that it is a present from Parker Pillsbury, the veteran abolitionist... Yours sincerely, [signed] Susan B. Anthony (Dictated)", 1897 January 6
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261Anthony, Susan B. - framed writing, signed and reproduction portrait - 46 1/2cm x 34cm - "With hope & faith that full equality of rights will very soon be guaranteed to all United States citizens - Women included. I am very Sincerely yours, Susan B. Anthony Rochester, N.Y. - 1820 - Feb. 15, 1900"
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129Balch, Emily Green - Signature on small card - "Emily Green Balch, Wellisby, Mass.", 1953 January 21
1235Balch, Emily Green - single sided letter, signed, 6" x 7" - on personal stationary - "Dear Mr. Planas, I am venturing to replace the photograph that you sent me with one that is more like me autographed. Sincerely yours, Emily G. Balch"
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317Barton, Clara, Letter, U.S., Autographed, Rare; Signed. 1892 April 18th. Washington, DC. 1 page. [Addressed to the various organized bodies of women in Europe. Writing of the Second International Congress…Suffrage was not on their agenda.]
318Barton, Clara, Letter, U.S., Autographed, Rare; Signed. 1904 March 3rd. Glen Echo, MD. 1 page. Addressed to her sister Harriette L. Reed, Dorchester, MA. With manuscript annotations. Written on the stationary of The American National Red Cross. With original envelope. "My Dearly Beloved sister Harriette..." [Clara Barton. (1821-1912) Founder and for twenty years president of The American Red Cross.]
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121Barton, Clara - 12.5cm x 16.5cm - folded - 4 pages - Handwritten letter to (Hearbrows?) "I am glad to know you home again in safely, for I am getting apprehensive about traveling. Yes we did have a 'good time' just a time to be repeated as soon as possible..." - signed "Truthfully yours, Clara Barton", 1904 February 5
1236Barton, Clara - handwritten, four page letter, signed, 7" x 9" - "Glen Echo, MD, Thursday. Dear Enola and Doctor, I ought to have written you ten days ago, I couldn't get the minute - nor the strength unwearied enough to do anything I was not already doing - Once here Steve, Lizzie and Myrtis have been a week and he most peremptorily sets the day for us to break up and start for somewhere... Always, Clara Barton", 1891 July 16
1211Baulieu, Etienne-Emile - speech, signed - "Foundations and Principles of Human Reproduction, Etinne-Emily Baulieu" - signed to John Bullard - with envelope, postmarked , 1996 March 4
1210Bethune, Mary McLeod - signed business card reading; "Mary McLeod Bethune, Founder-President- Emeritus Bethune-Cookman College, Daytona Beach, Florida"
1237Blackwell, Alice Stone - handwritten letter on stationary of Office of The Woman's Journal, No. 3 Park Street, Boston - "Dear Mrs. Upton: My Woburn engagement is for another date, & I can come. Let me know the best train to take. In haste, sincerely, Alice Stone Blackwell", 1893 January 28
1218Blackwell, Antoinette Brown - small card with quote and signature - "Elizabeth, N.J. 1891. "There is no death; there is only change. Antoinette Brown Blackwell"
1238Blackstone, Alice - handwritten, signed letter - "I was very glad to receive your long letter in Manchester & to hear how delightfully you were located. I reached home on Saturday in time for tea after quite a terrible walk from the station. The wind blew the dust in clouds that it was enough to blind us...", 1845 December 27
1215Brooks, Gwendolyn - autographed quotation, 3"x 5" white card - signed on front of card, in black ink: "Conduct your blooming in the noise and whip of the whirlwinds - Gwendolyn Brooks" - back of the card, in pencil, reads: "Aqd from 'Anne' Allen, Gwen Brooks, Black Poet. MQPXV"
1239Burke, Yvonne Brathwaite - typed, signed letter, 6"x 8", Congress of the United States, House of Representatives, Committee On Appropriations letterhead - "Dear Mr. McKean-Smith: Thank you for your recent letter and most especially for your thoughtful words. I hope you and Mrs. McKean-Smith are doing well. If you are ever in Washington please fell free to visit my office. Very truly yours, [signed] Yvonne Brathwaite Burke, Member of Congress", 1975 May 21
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319Calderone, Mary Steichen, Letter, Autographed, Rare; Signed. 1973 July 31. New York. 1 page. Addressed to Professor Edward G. Olson. [Mary S. Calderone, M.D., was internationally recognized as a pioneer in the field of human sexuality. She was former President of the Sex Information and Education Council of the United States, which she co-founded in 1954, and for which she was Executive Director and President until 1982. From 1953-1964, she was Medical Director for Planned Parenthood Federation of America.]
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1240Caraway, Hattie W. - one page, typed, signed letter on United States Senate Committee on Agriculture and Forestry letterhead - Addressed: Judge Edwin L. Davis, Federal Trade Commission, Washington, D.C. - "Dear Judge Davis: This will be handed to you by Mr. John B. Carnes, Jr. of the Remington Rand, Inc.. Mr. Carnes desires an opportunity to talk with someone in the Commission regarding the products of his firm. He is a nephew of Mr. T. Eck Simpson, a friend of mine for several years, and who lives in Memphis. If you will let Mr. Carnes see the proper official, I will appreciate it. Sincerely yours, [signed] Hattie W. Caraway", 1944 June 2
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84Cary, Ralph H. Womans suffrage, Debate speech, Autographed, Signed [1904?]. 4 pages, bifold. [Agruments made against women's right to vote. Cary was an unknown figure, possibly an alderman from Swampsctott, Massachusetts elected in 1928.]
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320Catt, Carrie Chapman, Quotation, U.S., Autograph, Rare; "When I was born no Woman in all the world could vote; now they vote in many lands. It was an Army of women that brought the change. Carrie Chapman Catt. 1946"
321Catt, Carrie Chapman, Letter, U.S., Autographed, Rare; Signed. 1893 July 4. New York, NY. 1 page. Addressed to Mrs. Wardall. [Re: Writing of the World's Fair. World's Columbian Commission (WCC) was created. The WCC was composed of two commissioners from each state, territory, and the District of Columbia. There were also eight at-large commissioners. The state and territorial commissioners were selected by their respective governors, and the commissioner from the District of Columbia was selected by the President. When all were appointed, the WCC commissioners met in Chicago. The WCC was required to also appoint a Board of Lady Managers.]
322Catt, Carrie Chapman, Letter, U.S., Autographed, Rare Signed. New York, February 25, 1896. Addressed to Arthur Perci, Jackson, Miss. "Dear Sir. This is the autograph of Carrie Chapman Catt." On the letterhead of the National Woman Suffrage Association
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OS 41Catt, Carrie Chapman, Letter, U.S., Autographed, Rare; Signed. 1925 March 12. New York, NY. 1 page. Addressed to the Executive Council of the National American Women Suffrage Association. Written on the stationary of the National American Woman Suffrage Association. Framed.
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323Catt, Carrie Chapman, Letter, U.S., Autographed, Rare; On a card mounted with a Turkish stamp from the XIIe Congress Suffragiste International Istanbul 1935 featuring Catt's portrait.
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87Catt, Carrie Chapman, card, U.S., Autographed; Signed: "Carrie Chapman Catt," on a card mounted with three Susan B. Anthony postage stamps; 7 x 10 cm.
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1241Catt, Carrie Chapman - typed, signed letter on Carrie Chapman Catt, 171 Madison Ave, New York letterhead - "Rev. Elizabeth Towne, Holyoke, Mass - My dear Dr. Towne: There is a loosely organized American Committee in Geneva whose business it is to look after Americans. All applications for tickets and favors are turned over to this Commission by the Secretariat. It seems that the American visitors nearly overwhelmed the League before this institution was started. There is no one more influential in that Commission than Manley Hudson who, probably, you know. If you do not, I will give you a letter to him... Cordially yours, [signed] Carrie Chapman Catt", 1926 July 15
1242Chase, Mary - handwritten paper [speech], 20 pages, signed - "Woman's Rights in America" - envelope addressed to Mrs. Lillian B. Folsom of Rochester, NH. - Chase starts by discussing the history of women voting in New Jersey from 1776 to 1807, discusses the rights of women to vote in school elections, the woman's property bill, the establishment of a Woman Suffrage Association in New Hampshire, her work at the Granges in NH, etc. - transcript is provided, 1909
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1161Channault, Anna - envelope, autographed - 'Claire Lee Chennault' First Day Of Issue stamp - 6 1/2"x 4" white envelope with biographical information about Burma, the 'Flying Tigers' and Chennault's role in the US Army Air Corps - signed by 'Anna Chennault' - Chennault stamp postmarked with 'First Day of Issue' from Monroe, Louisiana, 1990 September 6
1158Chisholm, Shirley - signature on 'First Day of Issue' envelope - four 3 cent Statue of Liberty stamps with 'First Day of Issue' postmark, 1954
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1243Churchill, (?) - Handwritten two page letter, letterhead reads: 2 Connaught Place, W' - "Madam, In answer to your letter of the 16th March which I regret I have not been able to answer before. … If you are desirous of belonging to the Primrose League. A letter addressed to the ruling Councillor...31...Terrace...you all the information...required. Yours very truly, (?) Churchill"
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1162Collins, Marva - envelope, autographed - 'Education In America, First Day Of Issue' envelope - 6 1/2"x 4" envelope with portraits of John Dewey, Horace Mann, Marva Collins, and Emma Willard - postmarked 'Learning Never Ends' stamp with 'First Day of Issue' from Franklin, Massachusetts , 1980 September 12
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324Dickinson, Anna E., Letter, U.S., Autographed, Rare; Signed. 1869 March 24th. St. Louis, Missouri. 1 page. "A very slight request--You ask of me, One soon & very gladly granted. & I am, Yours very truly" [Born in Philadelphia, PA , on October 28, 1842, Anna Dickinson grew up in poverty. Her formal education took place mainly at the Friends' Select School of Philadelphia, but she was an avid reader and early developed the habit of expressing herself on public questions. At age 14 she published an article in William Lloyd Garrison's Liberator. In 1860 she addressed the Pennsylvania Anti-Slavery Society, and in early 1861 she spoke in Philadelphia on "Women's Rights and Wrongs" to such effect that she received invitations to speak from several platforms throughout New England. For a short time in 1861 she held a position at the U.S. Mint in Philadelphia, but she was fired for publicly accusing General George B. McClellan of treason in the loss of the battle of Ball's Bluff. Thereafter she devoted herself to the speaker's platform.]
325Dickinson, Anna E., Letter, U.S., Autographed, Rare; Signed. 1872 October 4. Philadelphia, PA. 1 page. "My new lectures are "What's to Hinder?" & "Things Hoped for." The first deals with some phases of the woman question. The second with strikes, cooperation & - assort of sequel to the one made last win. Truly yours / Anna E. Dickinson"
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129Dickinson, Anna E. - signed small notecard - "Before all things, Justice. Truly yours, Anna Dickinson", 1883 January 6
1244Dickinson, Anna E. - note glued on paper - "Thanking you for the friendly interest shown... [signed] Anna E. Dickinson"
1245Dickinson, Anna E. - handwritten, one page, note on lined paper - "AED, Pittston, Pa. - To Rand Avery & Co. Dear Sirs: I have first returned here from an unexpected absence to find the proof of 'A Paying Investment' will comment and forward it soon. Respectfully yours, Anna E. Dickinson"
1214Dix, Dorothea - 3 1/4"x 1 3/4" paper with signature, "D. L. Dix" - [cut from bottom of a letter]
1246Dix, Dorothea - handwritten, signed letter on cream colored paper to "My Dear Mrs. (?), I am just on the moment of (?) for the hospitals... Yours cordially, [signed] D. L. Dix" - written at bottom of back page: "Autograph of Miss Dix, the Philanthropist"
1247Dix, Dorothy (Elizabeth Meriwether Gilmer) - signed note, Christmas card, small graphic logo - note reads: "November 18 - is my birthday. It happened so long ago even my father has forgotten the day of the week. Thank you for fitting me in your collection. Dorothy Dix. (Elizabeth Meriwether Gilmer)" - Christmas card shows a Japanese themed landscape 'A Merry Christmas and Happy New Year' "Dorothy Dix, Japan, 1919" is written in pen - graphic is vertically oriented lettering 'Dorothy Dix' in red
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OS 21Douglass, Frederick; Autograph; Quotation; Signed; Framed; "Right is of no sex. Truth is of no color. There are many varieties but one human nature. Frederick Douglass"; [Image: Portrait of Douglass and informational plaque mounted with handwritten card.]; 48 x 58 cm.
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326Drier, Mary E. & Mary Harriman Rumsey, Letter, U.S., Autographed, Rare; Unsigned. 1918 January 2. New York, NY. 1 page. Addressed to Mrs. Fairfield [New York, NY] Written on the stationary of the Americanization Committee, New York State Woman Suffrage Party. Manuscript annotations by Mrs. Fairfield: "Correct Copy" [Policy statement: Primary source information.]
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1216Durant, Will, Ariel - signed pamphlet,12 1/2"x 9 1/4" - Zachary Waller Gallery invitation for the Opening Reception for an exhibit featuring the artist, Robert Tanenbaum - Tannenbaum's painting titled, 'Will and Ariel Durant', the Pulitzer Prize winning authors, is shown on the inside front cover, where it has been signed, "From Will and Ariel Durant 1971", 1971
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327Elder, Ruth, Note, U.S., Autographed, Rare; Signed. Addressed "To Madelyn Brower, Sincerely, Ruth Elder. Nov. 30, 1927"
328Faithfull, Emily, Letter, U.K., Autographed, Rare; Signed. 1883 Dec. 22nd. Chicago, IL. 1 page. Addressed to Dear Sir. Written on the stationary of the Palmer House, Chicago, IL. Emily Faithfull. [English philanthropist, businesswoman, publisher, suffragette & lecturer. In the early 1870s, she was the only full-time lecturer on woman's suffrage in England.]
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124Fawcett, Millicent - handwritten note folded with envelope - 8.5cm x 13.2cm - "My dear Mrs. Hodgkin, It gives me very great pleasure to accept your kind invitation to stay with you on the 23rd. With many thanks, Believe me, Sincerely yours, M. G. Fawcett" - Addressed Mrs. Hodgkin, Newcastle upon Tyne
125Fawcett, Millicent - handwritten letter, 11cm x 17.5cm - Writing: "My dear Mrs. Macdonald, Since writing to you yesterday I have been to the office and found that the Bexhill Society has applied for affiliation to the N.U. We are going to send them one of our organisers to help them to develop with our lines. Possibly this was a result of the WS & PU outbreak of (?) in November. Yours affectionately, M.G. Fawcett", 1911 January 19
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1160Ferraro, Geraldine - envelope, autographed - 'Marking the Inauguration of Vice-President Walter Mondale - Running Mate with Jimmy Carter, 39th President' - postmarked 'First Day of Issue' stamp in Washington, DC, 1970 January 20
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1248Fitzherbert, Maria A. - handwritten, signed letter, single sheet with writing on both sides - regards financial accounts, 1807
1260Fry, Elizabeth - note, one page, 1cm x 18cm - "My dear Katharine, I am anxious to hear of dear Sarah, also to say that I cannot think how I forgot to ask thee to remember me kindly to Nurse & I wish to know how the goes on - I am truly their loving cousin, E. Fry, Plashet" [House], 1825 January 11
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1158Gandhi, Indira - signature on "First Day Cover" envelope - 'World Peace through Law' stamp with 'First Day of Issue' postmark, 1975 September 29
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1249Garrett, Louisa - handwritten letter, folded, 4 pages, signed - "Alde House - "My dear W. Webb, I have been almost longing to hear from you, to hear how you and your dear little new son both are?… Yours very affectionately, [signed] Louisa Garrett, 1895 September 2
1250Garrett, Louisa - handwritten letter, folded, 4 pages, signed - "Alde House - Dear W. Webb, Your letter of great news, made us both feel very happy and thankful this morn... Yours faithfully [signed] Louisa Garrett"
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329Garrison, William Lloyd, Sentiment, U.S., Autographed, Rare; signed: "Yours for equal rights and priv-ileges, regardless of sex, Wm. Lloyd Garrison. Boston, April 22, 1876"
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1213Garrison, William Lloyd - handwritten poem, signed - 8"x 5" - tri-folded on faded lined paper - "Human Equality" - "Though woman never can be man, Nor change her sex, and a' that, To equal rights, 'gainst class or clan, Her claim is just, for a' that, For a' that, and a' that; In all that makes a living soul, She matches man, for a' that! - Wm. Lloyd Garrison". Boston", 1873 September 1
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232Gilman, Charlotte Perkins - framed autograph and reproduction portrait - 9 7/8" x 14 1/4" - "Charlotte Perkins Gilman, 1913, Votes for Women"
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330Greer, Germaine, Letter, U.K., Autographed, Rare; Signed. No date. Written on the stationary of the Tulsa Center for the Study of Women's Literature. "For Paula, with best wishes, Germaine Greer."
331Greer, Germaine, Autograph Card, U.K., Signed.
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129Greer, Germain - signed black and white card with frame and laurels, 12.5cm x 7.5cm
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211Harraden, Beatrice, 5in h x 8in w - Hand written note - 1 sided oblong - Written from 78 Clarence Gate Gardens, N.W., on wartime paper, small defects in left margin.
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332Howe, Julia Ward, Sentiment, U.S., Autographed, Rare; signed: "Be thankful for life in a free country, in a Christian community, in a period of general education and intelligence. Julia Ward Howe. May 29th, 1903." "If I live until the day of your meeting, May 27th, I shall be eighty-four years of age. J.W.H." With original envelope.
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OS 51Howe, Julia Ward, Note, U.S., Autographed, Rare; Signed. "In the House of the Labor best can I build the house of the rest. Julia Ward Howe. April 1887." [Archival] framing.
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215Howe, Julia Ward, Autographed Note, US, Rare; Howe, Julie Ward, 14.7cm w x 17cm l - note written by Julie Ward Howe about autographs and woman's club - front and back.
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122Howe, Julia Ward - 20cm x 15.5cm Handwritten letter to Mrs. Kimball - Reads: "Your kind note with cheque enclosed was not given to me until after the close of my birthday reception. I thank you very much for the cheque and the flowers and for all your great kindness to me and mine. Believe me your's with cordial regard, Julia Ward Howe", 1908 June 1
123Howe, Julia Ward - Handwritten letter with Envelope, 20cm x 15.5cm - one sided - "I write to thank you, rather late in the day, for the cheque which you so kindly sent me with your birthday greeting. You have already more than once charmed the passage of time for me by sending me such marks of kind remembrance and affectionate good will, which are beyond all price. I do indeed thank you very earnestly for this last, as for all your kind gifts, and pray you to believe me cordially and gratefully. Your's Julia Ward Howe", 1909 June 7
1218Howe, Julia Ward - envelope, signed - Addressed: Mrs. Catherine W. Brown, Barre, Mass. - written in pencil, 'Copy Address' - Postmarked: Dedham, Mass., 1901
1218Howe, Julia Ward - signed orange Registry Return Receipt - from Post Office at Mt. Healthy, Ohio addressed to Mrs. Julia Ward Howe, Boston, Mass. - from E. P Sampson
1251Howe, Julia Ward - handwritten letter, 6 1/4"x 5" - "241…April 28th…Dear Mrs. Bradford, I am writing a few friends for Friday evening, May 1st, to most the lady officers of association of which I have long been president. It is called an 'Association for the Advancement of Women' - is not a Suffrage association. I wish very much that you and your son and daughter would give us the pleasure of your company. Your son-in-law would also be welcome. The hours are from 8 to 10 o'clock. Yours sincerely, [signed] Julia W. Howe"
1252Howe, Julia Ward - signed letter, 7 3/4"x 9 3/4," 2 pages folded - "Dear Henry, I write to ask you frankly, whether my two eldest girls, coming down to the Ball on Friday evening, can have a bed at your house. I am coming with them, but will stay with other friends. Of course, you would not hesitate to say no, if such a irritation would be inopportune. In tremendous haste, your friend and cousin, [signed] Julia Ward Howe", 1864 March 28
1210Hughes, Sarah T. - signature on card reading: Hughes, Sarah T.; U.S. District Judge; Swore in LBJ in Dallas; Born: August 2, 1896, Baltimore, Maryland
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333Hutchinson, Annie, Letter, U.S., Autographed, Rare; Signed. 1915 Dec. 6. New York City. 1 page. Addressed to "My Dear Girl" Written on a "Votes For Women" stationary. [A letter of sympathy and encouragement from one suffragist to another. The letter follows a month after the defeat of referenda in Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania. If dismayed by the defeat, suffragists refused to be disheartened and quickly fell to work analyzing what they needed to do to win the next time.]
334Ingalls, Laura, Autograph, U.S., Signature, Rare; on envelope with newspaper clipping describing her arrival in Miami pasted on. Envelope postmarked April 23, 1934.
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1217Johnson, A. (Adelaide?) - autograph on paper
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1157Jordan, Barbara - Signature on envelope - 16cm x 9cm - black and white envelope - First Day of Issue of Mary McLeod Bethune, American Educator and Founder of Daytona Normal and Industrial School for Girls Bethune-Cookman College - 'Mary McLeod Bethune - Black Heritage' stamp - Postmarked 'First day of issue' Washington, DC, March 5' , 1985 March 5
1160Jordan, Barbara - envelope, autographed - 'Harriet Ross Tubman, 1820-1913, "Moses Of Her People' - 'Conductor on the Underground Railroad - Personally credited with leading approximately 300 slaves to freedom' - postmarked 'First Day of Issue' in Washington, DC, 1978 February 1
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1253A. G. J. (?) - letter on lined paper - "My Dear Ellen, I was very glad to receive your letter... Went to ride last Saturday with E. It was rather cold. Went for the purpose of distributing Woman Suffrage bills. There is to be a convention here next Wednesday and Thursday. Had a very jolly time. Oh! Twas fun to see the people run after the bills. We gave one to almost every one we met and they would stop and get them. Some of them acted very funny. We would get almost to them and the E. would thrust out a bill and let it wave and as they went by throw it....", 1873 November 4
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335Kilbreth, Mary G., Autograph Letter, U.S., Rare; Signed 1918 August 13. New York City. 2 pages. Addressed to Senators opposing the Suffrage Federal Amendment. Written on the stationary of the Women Voters' Anti-Suffrage Party. With highlight of red crayons.
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1161King, Coretta Scott - envelope, autographed - 'Martin Luther King, Jr.' First Day Of Issue stamp with 'Black Heritage Series' envelope - 6 1/2"x 4" - postmarked stamp with 'First Day of Issue' from Atlanta, Georgia, 1979 January 13
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336Kirkpatrick, Jeane, Autograph, U.S., Signature. No Date. Written on U.N. Stationary with United States symbol. Printed: From the Permanent Representative.
337Keller, Helen, Autograph, U.S., Signature: Helen Keller; First Day of Issue "One Hundred Years of Woman's Progress" envelope/Postmarked Seneca Falls, NY Jul 19 1948 and Philadelphia, PA Jul 29 1948
338Larcom, Lucy, Letter, U.S., Autographed, Rare; Signed. 1882 Feb. 14th. [Boston, MA]. 1 page. Addressed to Harriet Robinson. Lucy Larcom. (1824-1893). [Mill girl, author, seminary teacher, and magazine editor, was during her lifetime a poet of some popularity.]
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1254Lexow, Caroline - typed letter, 8 1/2"x 11", on purple 'Woman Suffrage Parade' letterhead - "Dear Madam: Your pledge to march in the procession of Saturday, May 4th, 1912, has been received at this office. We are glad to know that you will be one of the great company of women from all over the country who will stand shoulder to shoulder on this most important occasion. Will you not make yourself a center of parade activity? We suggest that this could be done by your speaking to your friends and business acquaintances about the procession, and to suffragists whom you know. Will you not enclose one of the parade slips in each of your letters? When you need more, we will supply them. Will you not ask the organizations with which you may be connected to allow a speaker from the Women's Political Union a few minutes to lay suffrage and the parade question before them? Last year we secured good results from speaking before clubs, church societies, trade unions and other associations. Sincerely yours, [stamped] Caroline Lexow" - writing at the bottom: "If I have been pledged to this it has been without my knowledge or consent"- also written "see" next to the name 'Elizabeth Selden Rogers', which is underlined, 1912
128Little, JoAnne - signed notecard - Writing: "Peace and Blessings to you Micheal, JoAnne Little", 1977 March 31
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339Livermore, Mary A., Letter, U.S., Autographed, Rare; Signed. 1877 April 11. Melrose, MA. 2 pages. Addressed to Miss Channing. [Discussing her lecture at Miss Channing's college. Mary E. Livermore (1820-1905) was an American Reformer, suffragist, and lecturer who founded and edited The Agitator and The Woman's Journal.]
340Livermore, Mary A., Letter, U.S., Autographed, Rare; Signed. 1884 January 13. Melrose, MA. 1 page. Addressed to O.J. Adams. Chicago, IL. [Re: Her writings "Pen Pictures" and "Thirty Years Too Late" and other publishing matters.]
341Livermore, Mary A., Letter, U.S., Autographed, Rare; Signed. 1891 December 11th. Ludington, Michigan. 1 page. Addressed to "Dear Madam" [Declining an invitation.]
342Livermore, Mary A., Autograph, Quotation, U.S., Autographed, Rare; signed: "Character is Destiny"
343Livermore, Mary A., Autograph, Quotation, U.S., Autographed,, Rare; signed: "Character is Destiny" Melrose, Mass.
344Livermore, Mary A., Autograph, Quotation, U.S., Autographed, Rare; signed: "Character is Destiny" Melrose, Mass. July 12, 1873"
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85Livermore, Mary A., Autographed, Quotation, U.S., signed: "As there are very few large pleasures let on a long lease, it is wise for us to cultivate a large undergrowth of small pleasures, accessible to all. [signed] Mary A. Livermore, Melrose Mass., Dec. 12, 1901."
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1215Livermore, Mary A. - autographed, 3"x 5" note card - "Mary A. Livermore, Melrose, Mass" - back of the card reads: "Very Respectfully, H.C. Cabot"., 1878 January 22
1215Livermore, Mary A. - small, signed card - "Character is destiny. Mary A. Livermore, Melrose, Mass" - Note from seller: 'M. Stephen, Here's is the signed quote from Mary Livermore! I hope it adds to your collection. Thanks Mike Augustine' - note on card: TBP 6-20-2005 35th Wedding Anniversary Stephen E. Draper to Lucy Hargrett Draper
1255Livermore, Mary A. - handwritten quotation, signed - "Mary A. Livermore, Truth for Authority and Not Authority for Truth - March 16, 1905 - Associate member of U.S. Sanitary Commission with Headquarters in Chicago, October, 1861.", 1905
1256Livermore, Mary A. - signed poem - "'I slept, and dreamed that life was beauty - I woke, and found that life is duty.' Is thy dream then a shadowy lie? Toil on, sad heart, unfailingly, And thou shalt find thy dream to be, A noonday light and truth to thee." [signed] Mary A. Livermore, 1881 March 29
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345Lockwood, Belva, Autograph, Quotation, U.S., Autographed,, Rare; signed: "Life is an Open book in which we read in age what we write in youth. Belva A. Lockwood, Wash. D.C., Sept. 5. 89."
346Lockwood, Belva, Autograph, Quotation, U.S., Autographed, Rare; signed: "Great Opportunities come but once. Belva A. Lockwood"
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214Lockwood, Belva A., US, Autographed Letter, US; Lockwood, Belva A., Signed by Belva A. Lockwood, LL.D. Attorney and Solicitor - 619 F. Street Northwest, Washington, DC - Handwritten letter on the back - top of letter cut off but is signed by Belva A. Lockwood.
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347Lodge, Henry Cabot, Letter, U.S., Autographed, Rare; Signed. 1918 June 26th. [Washington, D.C.] 1 page. Addressed to Everett P. Wheeler, Chairman of American Constitutional League, New York City. Written on the stationary of the United States Senate, Committee on Private Land Claims. Lodge writes: "I have received your letter and appreciate the force of what you say in opposition to the pending resolution for woman suffrage. I intend to vote against it when it is taken up by the Senate for decision." [Woman's Suffrage was not made constitutional until the 19th Amendment was passed in 1922. Henry Cabot Lodge (1850-1924). Member of Congress (1887-1893). In 1893, he was elected to the Senate and remained there for the rest of his life.]
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281Madison, Dolly - framed envelope, signed and color portrait illustration of Mrs. James Madison (Dolly Payne) - "Free - D.P. Madison [to] Mrs. Henry D. Gilpin, 99 Walnut Street, Philadelphia" - postmarked 'Washington City, Oct. 15, Free'
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348Mott, Lucretia, Autograph, U.S., Signature
349Mott, Lucretia, Autograph, U.S., Signature, Rare; "Lucretia Mott Philda. Penna. 1840" on the stationary of the British & Foreign Anti-Slavery Society
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OS 61Mott, Lucretia, Autograph, Quotation, U.S., Autograph, Rare, signed. "Truth for authority not authority for truth. [Signed] Lucretia Mott, in her 88th year. 1880." Framed.
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1257Mott, Lucretia - handwritten note, 9.5 cm x 9cm - "Dear Elisa, Wilt thou take tea with us this evening, in company with Dr. Channing and wife? Signed affecty L. Mott" - black and white reproduction portrait photograph of Lucretia Mott
1258Mott, Lucretia - handwritten, signed letter, 2 pages, folded into wax sealed envelope - addressed: James Wright, New York - wishes Mr. Wright well on his trip to London, 1850 March 12
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350Nation, Carrie, Note, U.S., Autographed, Rare note signed on postcard 1907 Sept. 16th. El Paso, Arkansas. Addressed to Belle Gilham, St. Louis, MO. Partly printed lithographed colored postcard. Very rare.
351Northrup, E.A. , Letter, U.S., Autographed, Rare; Signed. 1911 May 5th. New York, NY 1 page. Addressed to Mr. Goldstein, Committee on Judiciary, The Assembly, Albany, NY. Written on the stationary of The National League for the Civic Education of Women. [Anti-Suffrage sentiment.]
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1259Opie, Amelia Anderson - handwritten letter - "Dear Friend, I hope thou will do me the favor to accept this book(?) as a wedding present from me and a proof of respect & regard. If thou hast one already return it please and I will send something else - with sincere wishes for thy wedding happiness. I am thy sincere and obliged friend, from [signed] Amelia Opie", 1847 August 27
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1163Orr, Kay A. [Governor of Nebraska] - envelope, autographed - 'Dwight D. Eisenhower, First Day Of Issue' envelope - 6 1/2"x 4" envelope with "Supreme Allied Commander, World War II - Dwight D. Eisenhower 6 cent Coil Stamp Series of 1970" - postmarked 'First Day of Issue', 1970 August 6
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352Owens, Helen B., Letter, U.S., Autographed, Rare; Signed. 1914 October 21. Ithaca, NY. 1 page. Addressed to unidentified suffrage worker. Written on the stationary of the Votes for Women, Empire State Campaign Committee. [In this fundraising letter to suffrage workers in her district, Dr. Helen B. Owens outlines the goal of the Empire State Campaign and the role that the 6th Campaign District in Ithaca, NY has been asked to play. A primary source for the Empire State Campaign.]
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86Pankhurst, Emmeline, Autograph,; business card sized; Signed: "E. Pankhurst, 21st August 1922."
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126Pankhurst, E. Sylvia - signed business card, 3 3/4"x 2 1/2" - "Miss E. Sylvia Pankhurst - Hon. Sec.: Princess Tsahai Memorial Hospital Council. Editor: 'New Times and Ethiopia News.' - The back of the card is signed, in blue ink: "Yours sincerely, E. Sylvia Pankhurst"
127Pankhurst, E. Sylvia - Typed letter, signed by Sylvia Pankhurst on letterhead reading: "Germinal: A Monthly Magazine of Modernity. Every Page of Interest. Editorial & Publishing Offices" - Writing: "Dear Mr. Shipley, I have sent you a copy of Germinal in which some of your work appears. Thank you very much for sending the poems. You told me that the 'New York Call' had given it a good review. I am very pleased to hear that and should like to see the review. I hope you will be able to give them a good notice of this issue and subsequent issues which will now come regularly. I should be very glad if you would become a regular contributor. I have [scratch out in pencil] several of your poems by me which I shall use in due course. If you have any thing a little more bearing on the movement for advancement I should like to see them. Of course one cannot force oneself to write in that way but sometimes one can do successfully when in the mood. Yours sincerely, E. Sylvia Pankhurst.", 1923 November 15
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353Parks, Rosa, Autograph, U.S., Signature, Rare; Rosa Parks: First Day Cover Envelope Signed. 1988
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1214Perkins, Frances - signed white card, 3"x 5" - [Image: black silhouette profile of Frances Perkins]
1261Putnam, Mrs. William Lowell - typed letter, signed, 8 1/2"x 11", one page on Women's Anti-Suffrage Association of Massachusetts letterhead - "Dear Miss Hennessy, Thank you very much for your kind note of May 24th. You certainly have looked thoroughly into the matter of your soldiers, and I cannot tell you how grateful I am. I am so glad to hear also that you are going to organize a Special Aid Branch, and that the Public Safety Committee is at work there. Cordially yours, [signed] Elizabeth Putnam (Mrs. William Lowell Putnam)", 1917 May 28
128Pyle, Gladys - signature on card, 8.5cm x 5cm - "Gladys Pyle, US Senator South Dakota 1938-1939"
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354Rankin, Jeannette, Letter, U.S., Signed. Ca. 1972. Carmel, CA. 1 page. Addressed to Douglas Voegler, Schuyler, Nebraska. With original envelope. [Jeannette Pickering Rankin (1880-1973) was an American suffragist, Congresswoman, and pacifist. Rankin was the first woman elected to the House of the Representatives and the only member of Congress to oppose the entry of The United States into both world wars.]
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1159Robb, Lynda Bird Johnson - envelope, autographed - 'In Memoriam Lyndon B. Johnson 1908-1973' - Lyndon B. Johnson stamp, postmarked 'First Day of Issue' in Austin, Texas - (signed) 'Lynda J. Robb', 1973 August 27
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355Roosevelt, Eleanor, Trading Card, U.S., Autographed, Rare.
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128Ross, Nellie Taylor - Signature on note card, 11.5cm x 5cm - "Many good wishes from Nellie Taylor Ross, Director of the Mint"
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356Rowe, Charlotte E., Letter, U.S., Autographed, Rare; Signed. 191 June 30th. Washington, DC. 1 page. Addressed to Senator William H. King. Washington, DC. Written on the stationary of The Woman Patriot: Verso of chart reads: Diagram of official New York vote, proving woman suffrage carried by New York City converts to Socialism and that the majority of Democrats and Republicans, in city and state, voted against suffrage.
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1159Richards, Ann - envelope, autographed - 'International Women's Year - Official First Day Cover' - 'Focus on the areas worldwide where the rights and equality of women can be improved' - back has explanation - postmarked 'First Day of Issue' in Seneca Falls, NY , 1975 August 26
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357Sand, George, Autograph, U.S., Signature, Rare; signature on printed card. 1 Juillet, 1869.
358Sanger, Margaret, Letter, U. S., Autographed, Rare; Signed 1929 September 3rd. New York, NY. 1 page. Addressed to J.W. Poling, New York, NY. Written on the stationary of the Birth Control Clinical Research Bureau. [Margaret Sanger writes to her publisher. Sanger (1879-1966) was a Birth Control Reformer.]
359Sanger, Margaret - Letter, U.S., Autographed, Signed 1941 October 29th. NYC. 1 page. Addressed to Amram Scheingeld, New York, NY. Written on the stationary of Birth Control Clinical Research Bureau. [Correspondence with a supporter.]
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1262Sanger, Margaret - typed letter, signed, 5 1/2"x 8 1/2" on 'International Planned Parenthood Federation, President: Emeritus, Mrs. Margaret Sanger, LL.D. letterhead - "Dear Norman Thomas, Thanks so much for your suggestion relative to a letter to Senator Kennedy. I have done it; mainly the contents of your letter, with copy enclosed. Of course he will have a 'cozy' answer, if any answer at all. Most Cordially Yours, [signed] Margaret Sanger", 1960 January 11
1217Saurett, M. G.(?) - signature on small green card mounted on paper
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1162Schlafly, Phyllis - envelope, autographed - 'Contributor to the Cause, Sybil Ludington, First Day Of Issue' envelope' - 6 1/2"x 4" envelope with information about Sybil Ludington, "a 16-yr-old who rode through the night to bring soldiers to the help of the Danbury Militia being attacked by the British" - 2 Sybil Ludington stamps postmarked 'First Day of Issue' from Carmel, New York, 1975 March 25
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1263Sewall, May Wright - handwritten, signed letter, one page, on Girls' Classical School stationary - Addressed to Hon. W.E. Ambler, Cleveland, Ohio - "My dear Sir, In response to yours of February 13th I send you here with a short original paragraph, with my autograph and photograph and remain, yours very sincerely, [signed] May Wright Sewall - Dictated" - back of letter has reverse photo exposure - also photograph of May Wright Sewell with facsimile signature, 1892 April 2
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OS 71Stanton, Elizabeth Cady, Note, U.S., Note, Autograph, Rare; written on the back of eight blank Omaha National Bank checks while Mrs. Stanton, President of The National Woman Suffrage Association (1869-1890), was in Omaha, Nebraska, in December of 1888 for the organization's state convention. "Would I vote if the rights of suffrage were secured by me? This is the Question a symposium of women are invited to answer..." Framed
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360Stanton, Elizabeth Cady, Letter, U.S., Autographed, Rare; Signed. Ca. 1895. [No place]. 1 page. Addressed to Rev. Henry N. Cobbe. "The Bible rightly interrupted placed Woman on an even platform with man." [Elizabeth Cady Stanton (1815-1902) Women's Rights Leader. In 1895, Mrs. Stanton was honored on her eightieth birthday by a gathering of 6000 in the Metropolitan Opera House in New York. She asserted in her address that the spheres of men and women differ only according to the capacities of the individual, and, more specifically, that women must demand an equal place in the Church, including its business matters, discipline, and the formulation of creeds. This same year, 1895, she published "The Woman's Bible"]
361Stanton, Elizabeth Cady, Letter, U.S., Autographed, Rare; Signed. [ca. 1898]. February 2nd. New York, NY. 1 page. Addressed to Rev. William Hayes Ward. [Re: "Eighty Years of Mine"]
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OS 81Stanton, Elizabeth Cady, Quotation, U.S., Autograph, Rare; signed. "In every soul, there is bound up some truth and some error, and each one brings to this world of thought what no-other one possesses. Elizabeth Cady Stanton." Framed.
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OS 91Stanton, Elizabeth Cady, Quotation, U.S., Double, Autographed, Rare; Signed "Nov. 8th 1868. Taxation without representation is tyranny. Elizabeth Cady Stanton" / "Bread and the Ballot. Elizabeth Cady Stanton. Addressed to Sir William of Tenafly" Written on the letterhead of "The Revolution". Susan B. Anthony's newspaper. Framed.
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OS 101Stanton, Elizabeth Cady, Sentiment, U.S., Autographed, Rare; "With Kind regards, Elizabeth Cady Stanton." Addressed to H.B. Hall, Jr. Framed.
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1212Stanton, Elizabeth Cady - Small, cream colored paper with writing on front and Ms. Stanton's signature on back - Reads: "I sent you a number to supply your friends who may be also making a collection"
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272Stanton, Elizabeth Cady - framed note, signed and reproduction portrait with biographical and transcription plaques - 73 1/2cm wide x 45 1/2cm height - "Man & woman a simultaneous creation, equal in the Godhead with equal dominion over the earth & all that is thereon. Gen. 1. 27th & 28th Elizabeth Cady Stanton"
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362Stone, Lucy, Letter, U.S., Autographed, Rare; Signed. January 15th [No date]. New York. Addressed to Mr. Kinnicutt. [Lucy Stone arranges a speaking date…A succinct letter touching upon a significant aspect of Lucy Stone's advocacy on behalf of women. Lucy Stone (1818-1893). Feminist, Abolitionist, and Pioneer of Women's Rights]
363Stone, Lucy, Manuscript, U.S., Autograph, Rare; note signed on postcard. March 21, [187?]. Dorchester, MA. Addressed to the editor of the Denver Tribune. Mounted. [Regarding the Catholic Bishop Against Woman Suffrage article spoke at all churches.]
364Stone, Lucy, Letter, U.S., Autographed, Rare; Signed. 1883 May 7th. Boston, MA. 1 page. Addressed to "Dear Friend". Written on the stationary of The Woman's Journal. [Seeking support for the new franchise bill.]
365Stone, Lucy, Letter, U.S., Fragment, Autographed, Rare; Signed. 1890 Feb. 12th. Boston, MA. 1 page. Addressed to Mr. Osgood. Written on the stationary of The Woman's Journal. Regarding a ticket of membership.
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212Stone, Lucy, US, Woman's Suffrage, Autographed Letter Signed, US, Rare; Stone, Lucy, Letter from Sophie A. Siebker, Letter written on National American Woman Suffrage Association letterhead - To Mr. C. Gallup, Coxsackie, Green County, NY dated Feb. 14, 1911 from Alice Stone Blackwell's secretary - includes autograph signature of Lucy Stone.
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1264Stone, Lucy - handwritten, signed note, 4 3/4"x 2 1/2" on 'Office of The Woman's Journal' letterhead - "Dear Miss Ives, I meant to say to your note of more than a month ago...in us. I am sure the Journal will be always your debtor for the share of valuable times. You are kind enough to give it. Ever truly yours, [signed] Lucy Stone", 1879 February 23
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262Stowe, Harriet Beecher - framed note, signed and reproduction portrait with biographical and transcription plaques - 73cm x 45 1/2cm - "Trust in the Lord and Be Good From Your Friend Harriett Beecher Stowe"
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366Tarbell, Ida M., Letter, U.S., Autographed, Rare; Signed. 1900s. New York, NY. 1 page. Addressed to Mr. Ferguson. Written on the stationary of "The Portsmouth". [Regarding a lunch appointment.]
367Tarbell, Ida M., Calling Card, U.S., Autographed, Rare.
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1265Tarbell, Ida M. - typed, signed letter - Addressed to Miss Mary Day, Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago, Illinois - "Miss Day - Thank you for recalling the days I spent in the library of National Safety Council. It shames me that I did not remember the name of the librarian who was so kind to me. One of these days when I am in Chicago, if that ever comes, I want to see your Museum of Science and Industry. Thanking you for your letter, believe me, Very Truly Yours, [signed] Ida M. Tarbell", 1935 June 29
1266Tarbell, Ida M. - handwritten, signed note - "Why would there not be a patient confidence in the ultimate justice of the people? Is there any better or equal hope for the world?" From Abraham Lincoln's First Inaugural Address copied by [signed] Ida M. Tarbell" - pencil writing in top left corner: "I want to keep this space blank for binding", 1913 May 30
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71Tarbell, Ida M. - portrait print with autograph - 8" x 10" - mounted on heavy paper - [signed] Ida M.Tarbell on mounted sheet - biographical information page included
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368Taylor, A.M., Manuscript, U.S., Autograph, Rare; Promissory note written and signed on January 1, 1863 for $40.00 payable to Lehr Tippett.
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OS 111Truth, Sojourner, Manuscript, U.S., Autograph, Rare; "initials". "S.O'I" Extremely rare signature of famous abolitionist and reformer. Archival framing with a photograph and first day issues cover of Sojourner Truth stamps cancelled "First Day of Issue" and postmarked New Paltz, NY Feb. 4, 1886" One of three known surviving examples of Sojourner Truth's handwriting. Framed
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OS 121Walker, Mary E., Letter, U.S., Autographed, Rare; Signed. 1884 September 8. Oswego, New York. 1 page. Addressed to Mr. P. Harker. "Your favor Has been rec'd. Thanks for the same. I am very proud to receive a letter from one so old. I trust you have both grand and great-grandchildren to bless your last years. Please tell me how you are situated. Yours sincerely, Mary E. Walker, M.D." Framed.
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369Walker, Mary E., Letter, U.S., Autographed, Rare; Signed. 1875 April 20th. Oswego, NY. 1 page. Addressed to Mr. H.B. Myers. "My book 'Hit' has received many flattering notices, and I am encouraged to publish such a book as all men should read. Yours very Truly: Dr. Mary E. Walker." Archival framing.
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1219Walker, Mary E. - signed note card - "Never use tobacco - Mary E. Walker, M.D" - Black and white photo of Mary E. Walker, M.D. in hat, cane and tails
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370Whitehouse, Vera Boarman, Letter, U.S., Rare; Signed. Ca. 1918. New York. 1 page. Addressed to 'Dear Sir'. Written on the stationary of The New York State Woman Suffrage Party. Carbon. [Policy statement]
371Willard, Frances Elizabeth, Letter, U.S., Autographed, Rare; Signed. 1880 July 3. Derby Line, VT. Addressed to Miss Servoss. With a typed biography of Miss Willard and a transcript of letter. Also written in pencil on a small homemade book 3" x 5", the subject of "Temperance Music". [Francis Elizabeth Caroline Willard (1839-1898). Successful temperance leader and feminist.]
372Willard, Frances Elizabeth, Letter, U.S., Autographed, Rare; Signed. 1884 Feb. 16th. Evanston, IL. 1 page. Addressee unidentified. Written on Woman's National Christian Temperance Union stationary. 2 pages. [Stating the goals of the temperance movement. Primary source material.]
373Willard, Frances Elizabeth - letter, Autographed, Rare; Signed. 1895 Oct. 2nd. Evanston, IL. Addressed to Dr. Ward, Castile, NY. 1 page. Written on the stationary of the World's Woman's Christian Temperance Union. [Business matters of the temperance movement.]
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1267Willard, Frances Elizabeth - signed, handwritten letter,13.5cm x 21cm - single page writing on both sides, on 'World and National Woman's Christian Temperance Union' letterhead , 1891 December 2
1268Willard, Frances Elizabeth - signed, typed letter, single page on 'National Woman's Christian Temperance Union', Office of President stationary - (Dictated) "My dear friend: I am glad that you are President of the Chicago Woman's Club, and I should be glad to go and see you for a little. Your happy home made a most pleasant impression upon Lady Henry Somerset and me. I am soon to leave the City and spend the winter in the South at work for the W.C.T.U.. Miss Gordon is with me, and we have been making our home with my dear cousin and childhood friend, Mrs. Henry Lemon, 927 Jackson Boul., which is our present address. I rejoice every time I think of your loving kindness to our great hearted Susan B. Anthony. I know that you brightened her life when I was in Castile. We remained there but a few days in much seclusion working on addresses etc. for the Baltimore Convention. I should be glad to visit Wyoming some day for I have heard much of its beauty and have never seen the place. Perhaps some such good things are in store some of these years when I am not so steadily 'on the go.' Believe me dear friend, Ever yours with high regard, [signed] Frances Willard", 1895 November 11
1269Willard, Frances Elizabeth - signed, handwritten letter on 'National Woman's Christian Temperance Union' stationary - Addressed to J.C. Green - "Kind Friend: Thanks for your courteous note. The anti-slavery reform cradled my young life and gave direction as I believe, through the Spirit of God to my present activities. Yours Sincerely, Frances Willard", 1889 November 26
 

3. Photographs

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1315Abzug, Bella - black and white photograph, 8 1/2" x 11", signed in blue ink - 'photo credit: Jean Wolcott'
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217Addams, Jane, Photograph, Autographed, US, Rare; Photo of Ms. Addams on 5x7 card black and white - with words: "Faithfully yours Jane Addams Hull House."
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41Anthony, Susan B., U. S., Photograph, Autographed, Rare; signed by Jane Adams in ink below image. "Faithfully yours / Jane Adams." Chicago, IL: Moffett, 1924.
42Anthony, Susan B., U.S., Photograph, Autographed, Rare; signed. Rochester, NY: June 11, 1885. Cut signature by Susan B. Anthony, N.Y., June 11.86, Written on image: "A striking photograph of Anthony in her favorite dress reading."; Photograph and signature card mounted together on backing
43Anthony, Susan B., U.S., Photograph, Rare, Fort Bragg, CA: Carpenter, 1896. On verso of mount. "Taken by Mrs. Grace Carpenter Hudson, Granddaughter of Mrs. C. Howard Nichols. Mendocino Court, California when S.B.A. was on a visit there during the 1896 California Woman Suffrage Amendment campaign of 1896."
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OS 131Anthony, Susan B., U.S., Photograph, Autographed, Rare; Signed. "Susan B. Anthony / 1820-1905."
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44Anthony, Susan B., U.S., Photograph. Ca. 1855. Photographic reproduction [Research value.]
45Anthony, Susan B., U.S., Photograph. Ca. 1895. Photographic reproduction [Research value.]
46Anthony, Susan B.; Elizabeth Cady Stanton; Victoria Woodhull, U.S., Photograph, Carte-de-visite, Rare; Individual carte-de-visite of the individuals listed. Mounted in archival case.
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1320Anthony, Susan B.; Stanton, Elizabeth Cady - Carte-de-Visite, 4"x 2-1/2" image mounted to board - [Image: Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton, looking down at a book sitting at round table] - C.W. Thorne 50 Nassau St., New York - Writing on verso: "Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton. Two leaders in the Women"s Suffrage Movement" - stamp that reads: "Henry Y. Porter"
1323Anthony, Susan B.; Stanton, Elizabeth Cady - black and white reproduction photograph - [Image: Susan B. Anthony, standing next to seated Elizabeth Cady Stanton, both reading a letter]
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47A Case of "Tit for Tat," The International Suffrage Shop windows damaged by anti-suffrage vandals. Women's Suffrage, U.K., Photograph, Rare; London: General Press Photo Company, [191-?].
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136Barton, Clara - black and white photograph cabinet card, inscribed 'Betts! photographer, Dansville, NY' - [Image: portrait of Clara Barton standing in full length black dress facing away from photographer] - written on verso: 'Clara Barton, Dansville, NY, Nov. 26, 1880 - Davenport Tour Dec. 1867'
1317Beaumont, Florence M. - black and white photograph, 4" x 6" - on verso: "Miss Florence M. Beaumont - Sec. to Equal Rights Political Committee"
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48Catt, Carrie Chapman, U.S., Photograph, Autographed, Rare; Photo mounted on board, signed below image on mount: "To Bette Ruth" Ca. 1940.
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216Catt, Carrie Chapman, Photograph, Autographed, US, Rare, Signed original cabinet photo of Carrie Chapman Catt holding bouquet of flowers - in maroon case.
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1329Chisholm, Shirley - black and white photograph, 2 1/2"x 3 1/2", autographed - signed: "To: Brenda E. Always aim high! Shirley Chisholm"
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49Colored Women's Suffragist Club, U.S., Photograph, Rare; [Image: October 20, 1915 parade up Fifth Avenue including the African American band followed by the Colored Women's Suffragist Club.]
410Claflin, Mrs. Tennie C., U.S., Photograph, Rare, Carte-de-Visite; With printed legend below image: Mrs. Tennie C. Claflin. Broker.; Written on the back: April 6th, 1870, Broker, 44 [Illegible]
411Corbett-Ashby, Margery S., U.S., President of the Woman's National Liberal Federation, Photograph, Rare; Black and white. With newspaper clipping glued to back. 1929.
412Dickinson, Anna E., U.S., Photograph, Carte-de-Visite, Rare; Signed in image: Truly Yours, Anna Dickinson; San Francisco. [186-].
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1321Dickinson, Anna E. - Carte-de-Visite, black and white photograph mounted on card with gold border - Published E. & H.T. Anthony, 50 Broadway, New York from Photographic Negative Brady's National Portrait Gallery - two cent stamp on back
1330Douglas, Helen G. - black and white photograph, 8" x 10", autographed - Signed: "Helen Gahagan Douglas", 1974
1322Douglass, Frederick - black and white reproduction photograph, 10" x 8"
1318Faithfull, Emily - black and white mounted photograph, 5" x 7" - 'Miss Emily Faithfull' - [image: portrait in black dress and bonnet] - W. & D. Downey
131Fawcett, Millicent - black and white photograph, 5"x7" pasted on card stock - [Image: portrait of 'Mrs. Fawcett' sitting and holding a book] - W. & D. Downey
1319Feinstein, Dianne - signed black and white photograph, 8" x 10" - signed 'Dianne Feinstein, Mayor' - photo by Roger Ressmeyer
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413Friedan, Betty - Photograph, Autographed, signed twice in image. Black and white.
414Gandhi, Indira, U.S., Photograph, Autographed, Rare; signed with envelope and note from her private secretary. Dated 1966.
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1316Ginsburg, Ruth Bader (Supreme Court Justice) - black and white photographic reproduction of Ruth Bader Ginsberg with signature at bottom
1314Grayson, Frances - signed black and white photograph, 8 1/2" x 11" - photo by Ed N. Jackson - on verso: "Hello Jack, Kindly have this pix autographed for me", 1927
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415Howe, Julia Ward, U.S., Photograph, Photographic reproduction. [Research value.]
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89Howe, Julia Ward, U.S., Photograph, sepia; signed: "Julia Ward Howe." [Image: Sketch of Julia Ward Howe by Porter, 1871.]
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416Jordan, Barbara - photograph, Autographed; signed in image. Austin, TX, Charles Guerrero, 1990
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1331Jordan, Barbara - black and white photograph, 8"x 10", autographed - On verso 'Photo by Alex Gotfryd'
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417King, Billie Jean, U.S., Photograph, Autographed; signed in image. [1970s.]
418Linton, Mrs. Lynn, U.S., Photograph, Rare, London: W & D Downey. [188?.]Black and white.
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1321Livermore, Mary A. - Carte-de-Viste with signature on front - black and white photograph mounted on card
1333Lockwood, Belva - handwritten, signed note - Writing: "War settles nothing but the question of brute force, all of the preliminaries are settled later by arbitration. [signed] Belva A. Lockwood, Attorney & Solicitor, Washington D.C." - photograph of painted portrait of Ms. Lockwood included, 1898 December 30
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419MacDonald, Margaret, U.S., Photographs, Rare; Set of three photographs of the late Mrs. J. Ramsey MacDonald, taken in 1895, 1906, and 1909. Printed & sold by the Women's Labour League: Independent Party. Original sleeve for photographic set also included.
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1329Mankiller, Wilma P. - black and white photograph, 3 1/2"x 5", autographed - Wilma P. Mankiller sitting at her desk and signed "Wilma P. Mankiller, Principal Chief"
134McKeown, Isabella - black and white photograph - {Image: Mrs. McKeown standing on a park bench with women in background] - back of photo: "Mrs. McKeown Home (?) Boundary", 1900
1329Mead, Margaret - black and white photograph, 4"x 5", autographed
1310Milholland, Inez - black and white reproduction photograph, 8' x 11 1/4' - [Image: Inez Milholland in all white riding a white horse] - she led the 1913 Woman Suffrage Procession in Washington, D.C.
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420Mott, Lucretia, U.S., Photograph, Carte-de-visite, Rare; Philadelphia, PA. J.W. Hurn. [Ca. 1860.]
421Notable Women, Photographic reproduction, U.S., Notable Women Photo Display, Set 1, Collection of 24 photographs in folder with biographical sketches.
422Notable Women, Photographic reproduction, U.S, Notable Women Photo Display, Set 2, Collection of 24 photographs in folder with biographical sketches.
423O'Connor, Sandra Day, U.S., Illustration, Magazine Cover, Autographed; Magazine cover signed. Newsweek, May 1st, 1989.
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OS 141O'Connor, Sandra Day, U.S., Color Photograph, Autographed. Signed on mount. Archival Framing
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1328O'Connor, Sandra Day - People Magazine cover, autographed, 1981 December 12
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424Pankhurst, Emmeline, U.S., Photograph, Autographed, Rare; signed below image. Nov. 1913. Chicago: Matzene. [1913].
425Pankhurst, Richard M., U.S., Photograph, Autographed, Rare; signed. Machester: C.A. DuVal & Co. [Ca. 1890s.]
426Parks, Rosa Louise - black and white reproduction photograph, autographed - (2 copies)
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OS 151Paul, Alice, U.S., Photograph, Autographed, Rare; signed with inscription. Washington, DC, Harris & Ewing. Ca 1920. Written on mount: "As we look at history we see the gradual emerging of women from the silence of the past. First only queens were mentioned, not now women as individuals are coming to be acknowledged to be equal factors with men in the development of nations." Very rare. [Most of Alice Paul's papers and photographs were given to the Library of Congress.]; Framed.
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137Perkins, Frances - black and white photograph, 'International News Photos, Inc.' - 6-9/16 x 9 7/16 - [Image: Frances Perkins shaking hands with Dr. Robert Gordon Sproul] - "Oakland, California... Frances Perkins, Secretary of Labor, shown being greeted by Dr. Robert Gordon Sproul of the University of California on arrival to speak at Charter Day exercises in the Hearst Greek Theater tomorrow at Berkeley. Mme. Perkins refused to discuss the San Francisco waterfront situation.", 1935 March 22
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427Rankin, Jeanette, U.S, Photographic reproduction. [Research value]
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132Sand, George (Amantine Lucile Aurore Dupin) - Black and white carte-de-viste photograph with red trim - 'Photographie du Grand Hotel' on verso
133Shaw, Dr. Anna Howard - glass slide photograph - Keystone View Company - [Image: 'Dr. Anna Howard Shaw, Suffrage Leader' sitting at a desk reading a letter]
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428Stanton, Elizabeth Cady & Susan B. Anthony, U.S., Photographic reproduction, Cut Signature; [Reproduction photograph dated November 20, 1893. New York City, NY.]; With cut signature of Elizabeth Cady Stanton.
449Stanton, Elizabeth Cady & Susan B. Anthony - Photographic reproduction. Dated November 20, 1893. New York City, NY.
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136Stanton, Elizabeth Cady & Susan B. Anthony - Carte-de-Visite, 4"x 2-1/2" image mounted to board - [Image: Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton sitting at round table] - C.W. Thorne 50 Nassau St., New York
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429Stanton, Elizabeth Cady, U.S., Photograph, Carte-de-visite, Rare; Carte-de-visite. [Ca. 1860s.]
430Stanton, Elizabeth Cady, U.S., Photograph, Carte-de-visite, Rare. Philadelphia, PA: J.W. Hurn. [Ca. 1890s.]
431Stanton, Elizabeth Cady, U.S., Photograph, Carte-de-visite, Rare. Cabinet photograph. Philadelphia, PA: Frey. [Ca. 1870.]
432Stanton, Elizabeth Cady, U.S., Photographic reproduction. [Research value.]
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1320Stanton, Elizabeth Cady - Carte-de-Viste, black and white photograph mounted on card - 'Burgess & Co. Successors to Brady, 627 Penn. Ave., Washington, DC'
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433Steinem, Gloria, U.S., Photograph signed blue marker. Black and white. No date.
434Steinem, Gloria, U.S., Photograph signed black marker. Black and white. No date.
435Stone, Lucy, U.S., Photograph, Autographed, Rare; Cabinet photograph signed. Boston, MA: The Notman Photographic Co. [1876?]. Written twice on verso: "Lucy Stone". Written "Presented to Sallie Joy White by Lucy Stone."
436Stone, Lucy, U.S., Photograph, Autographed, Rare; Autograph signed cabinet photo. Boston, MA: The Notman Photographic Co., 1876? Written in verso: "From Mr. & Mrs. Blackwell." Also Lucy Stone has written twice her name, once in ink and another in pencil.
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138Stowe, Harriet Beecher - black and white photograph cabinet card, 5-7/16' x 3-13/16' - [Image: three women and man sitting under tree in front of home] - Signed by Harriett Beecher Stowe on front - Back of card reads: "Faith Fenton from Isabella Beecher Hooker" - and also printed excerpt from House and Home Papers (1864) entitled "Harriett Beecher Stowe on Woman Suffrage"
1312Stowe, Harriet Beecher - black and white photograph cabinet card, 10.5 cm x 16.5 cm - [Image: portrait of Ms. Stowe's profile] - Signature below portrait - writing on verso: "Mrs. Hotchkiss from Mrs. Hooker - Mrs. Isabella Beecher Hooker, sister to Mrs. Stowe was the guest of Judge I.E. Baldwin and my (sister?) Charlotte Winchester - during the Convention - May 1895", 1895 June 1
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88Suffrage parade, Photographic reproduction; black and white; [Image: Suffrage parade, Washington, D.C., March 3, 1913, seen from above.]
810Suffragette demonstration, Photographic reproduction; National Women's History Project, Sophia Smith Collection, Smith College; [Image: 1913 Suffrage demonstration parade in New York City.]
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437Suffragette, A Burat Mongolian Suffragette, Mongolia, Photograph, Rare. New York. Associated Press, 1930. Black and white.
438Suffragettes. Photograph, Carte-de-visite, Rare; [Image: Group of four elderly suffragists holding American flags.]; Written on back: Mr. Dan Nixon, Benze Co., Benzone, Mich R.P.D. #2; 1. Mrs. S. Burr, 2. Mrs. Westbrook, 3. Mrs. Boer, 4. Mrs. Seaton, Manton, Mich, [ca. 1890s] [Katzenstein, Caroline]
439Suffragettes. Photographic reproduction. [Image: three women protesters outside the gates of the White House in the rain holding banners, one reading: "Mr. President what will you do for woman suffrage?"]; Research value only. [Katzenstein, Caroline] Two copies.
440Suffragettes. Photograph, Rare; [Image: Suffragist pickets before the Headquarters of the National Woman's Party, Washington, D.C. Group of eleven women from the PA delegation which took part in the March 4, 1917 demonstration in Washington, D.C. arranged in a semicircle before the headquarters of The National Woman's Party (still bearing its original sign: CONGRESSIONAL UNION FOR WOMEN SUFFRAGE, 21 Madison Place. Two women hold banners with the tricolor of the Woman's Party; another holds the famous question: "Mr. President, what will you do for Woman suffrage" banner]; Scherer Studio, [1917]. [Caroline Katzenstein, author of Lifting the Curtain, stands third from the right in image. Inscribed by Katzenstein, in the upper right corner:] "To My Mother. 1917. March 4th."
441Switzerland, Photograph, Rare, Headquarters, World Woman's Party, Geneva, Switzerland.
442Tarbell, Ida M., Photograph. U.S., reproduction. Signed: "Ida M. Tarbell. November 1933."
443Truth, Sojourner, U.S., Photograph, Carte-de-visite, Rare. Ca. 1864. Image of Sojourner Truth sitting at a cloth covered table reading. Reverse is printed: "Entered according to act of Congress in the year 1864, by Sojourner Truth, in the Clerk's Office, of the U.S. District Court, for the Eastern District of Mich." Beneath the image is the legend: "I Sell the Shadow of Support the Substance / SOJOURNER TRUTH."
444Truth, Sojourner, U.S., Photograph, Carte-de-visite, Rare. Ca. 1864. Image of Sojourner Truth knitting from a bowl of yarn on her lap. Reverse is printed: "Entered according to act of Congress in the year 1864, by Sojourner Truth, in the Clerk's Office, of the U.S. District Court, for the Eastern District of Mich." Beneath the image is the legend: "I Sell the Shadow of Support the Substance / SOJOURNER TRUTH."
445Truth, Sojourner, U.S., Photograph reproduction. Research value only.
446Tubman, Harriet, U.S., Photographic reproduction. [Research value.]
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1311Vale, Margaret - black and white reproduction photograph, 5"x7" - [Image: woman wearing a white dress with star cape and the words "Alaska" down the front, holding spear in right hand] - Margaret Vale represented Alaska in the 1915 Suffrage Parade in New York
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OS 161Woman Suffrage Headquarters. Men of Ohio! Give the women a square Deal. Vote for Amendment No. 23 on September 3, 1912. U.S., Rare. Black and white photograph, mounted.
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447Women in Industry, U.S., Photograph, Five photographs of women doing heavy industrial work during World War II. Ca. 1940s.
448Woodhull, Victoria [Victoria Claflin], U.S., Photograph, Carte-de-visite, Rare; "April 6, 1870" written on back. Printed with legend: "Mrs. Woodhull / Broker."
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134Women in Float - black and white photograph - [Image: group of women crowded on a truck made into a float, with American flag and bunting] - dated for Armistice Day - Writing on verso: "Isn't this a dainty, delicate little float? If you look closely you will see me on deck.", 1918 November 11
135Fettes College - three black and white photographs mounted on green cover - [Images: broken window outside archway, damaged classroom, distant shot of college grounds] - 'Edinburgh - Damage done by Suffragettes at Fettes College - Broken window - VI Classroom - Fettes College seen from Kimmershame House', 1913 August
135Laygan House - three black and white photographs mounted on green cover (on verso of Fettes College images) - [Images: group pictures standing in and outside buildings] - 'Laygan House - Photos taken by Misses Marjory and Helen Moore - Eleanor L.; Col. J.J. Clark; Mrs. Clark; F.H.H. Clark; Miss Florence Clark; Miss Edith Clark; C.H. Lenox-Conyngham; Mrs. Lenox-Conyngham; Miss C. Lenox-Conyngham; Mrs. Duff'
139National Women's Party - black and white photograph, 6-1/2" x 8-1/2" - [Image: group portrait with fifteen women standing] - Meeting was launched in Washington - Typed information on the back of photograph, "National Women's Party re-organized; to campaign for 'equality.' A new campaign for 'equality between men and women' was launched in Washington yesterday by women who were formerly militant suffragists...", 1921 February 20
1311Headquarters of National Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage - black and white reproduction photograph, 5 "x 7" - [Image: 5 men standing facing the storefront of the National Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage with a woman looking at them]
1313Head of Suffragette Parade Passing Treasury - black and white reproduction photograph, 24.5cm x 15cm - [Image: parade passing crowd with sign on float] - sign reads: "We Demand an Amendment to the Constitution of the United Stated Enfranchising the Women of this Country"
1324American Suffragette - black and white reproduction photograph, 8" x 10" - [Image: girl is handing the boy a booklet, she has a bag across her shoulder that reads 'American Suffragette']
1325Woman Suffrage parade - black and white photograph - [Image: women dressed in white, carrying umbrellas seen from behind marching in a parade]
1325'Vote for Women' - black and white photograph - [Image: group of women and some men on a stage with American flag behind them, holding 'Vote for Women" sign - appears to be at train station with railroad workers and policeman in the group]
1326'Wash Day' - black and white reproduction photograph, 8" x 10" - [Image: seven women doing laundry outside a brick building]
1327 'Suffragists at a Local Fair' - four (4) black and white photographs, 4 3/8" x 2 5/8" - snapshots of Suffrage activity at (Meridale, NY?) Fair - The photographs: (1) A woman with sash on a speaker's stand reading: 'Who levy and collect taxes on women's property? Men alone. They expend this money as they choose without regard to women'; (2) An older woman in sash standing next to the speaker's stand; (3) People standing at a tent with Suffrage pennants and books; (4) People near 'Rest Tent'
1332'Suffragette Parade' - black and white stereoscope card (2) - "11940 - Suffragette Parade - G. Marshal, Mrs. Richard Burleson: Herald, Miss Inez Millholland: and other Prominent Workers on Horseback - Washington, DC" - Keystone View Company, 1913 March 3
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2216West Point N.O.W. - founding members meeting Betty Friedan - color photograph - women identified - with scanned copies, 1975
2217Photograph, signed - black and white - [Image: Emmeline Pankhurst talking with unidentified woman (Christabel Pankhurst?) at train depot] - signed "E. Pankhurst", 1915
 

4. Ephemera

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218Pro-Child Pro-Family Pro-Choice; Sticker with blue background white lettering 10 x 17 cm
219Show your support with NOW Checks; 17.5 x 9 cm
220It's a Child . . . Not a Choice; Round sticker;5 cm diameter
221Election Campaign in Cumberland, National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies; Carllisle, Whitehave, and Cockermouth divisions - Dec 13, 1909; perforated for person to signup to help. UK; 34 x 21.5 cm
222"You and I will Change the World!"; Nisan Young Women Leaders, Israel; Sticker; 16 x 10 cm
223Weaving Peace for Human Needs; WILPF 80th Anniversary sticker; white with blue print; 10 x 7.8 cm
224Letterhead for the Leslie Woman Suffrage Commission, Inc, Carrie Chapman Catt, President, Bureau of Suffrage Education, Rose Young, Director, Department of Publicity and News, Betty Graeme, Chairman; 171 Madison Avenue, New York, Rare; 27.5 x 21 cm
225Newsletter, addressed to Lucy Draper - Women's Equality Day - Living the Legacy; 4 pgs., 1998
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811Votes for Women a Success; envelope, black and white printed; 10 x 17 cm; "Votes for Women a Success - the map proves it - New Jersey next! - Vote 'yes' for women suffrage, October 19, 1915." [Image: U.S. map with states status of suffrage.]
812Suffrage collectible stamp, stamp, color; "Vote for the Woman Suffrage Amendment in November! - 1915." 5 x 7 cm. [Image: U.S. map, blue background yellow and black showing equal suffrage and man suffrage states.]
813National Woman's Party envelope, postal envelope, purple printing, August 26, 1995 first day of issue postmarked 19th Amendment stamp, 9 x 17 cm. "47 The Spirit of 1776; 'On To The Senate' - Allender, January 30, 1915." [Image: Women drum and fifers with flag reading "Constitutional Amendment."]
814National Woman's Party envelope, postal envelope, purple printing, August 26, 1995 first day of issue postmarked 19th Amendment stamp, 9 x 17 cm. "70 'Failure is Impossible' - Allender." [Image: Woman with flag reading "Failure is Impossible."]
815National Woman's Party envelope, postal envelope, purple printing, August 18, 1995 first day of issue postmarked Alice Paul stamp, 9 x 17 cm. "Alice Stokes Paul, 1885-1977, Suffragist-Egalitarian." [Image: Alice Paul in oval next to image of Paulsdale, National Historic Landmark, Alice Paul birthplace.]
816National Woman's Party envelope, postal envelope, purple printing, August 18, 1995 first day of issue postmarked Alice Paul stamp, 9 x 17 cm. "Alice Stokes Paul, 1885-1977, Suffragist-Egalitarian - Author, Equal Rights Amemdment." [Image: quote - "Equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any state on account of sex."]
817The Woman's Suffrage Stove Polish - Advertising card - color, 13 x 8 cm - "Twelve good reasons why the Woman's Suffrage Stove Polish is preferred to all others" [Image: Girl in red dress with folded arms leaning on cushion] - 3 copies
818Sewall-Belmont House, broadside, leaflet; trifold; color; "Treasure Women's History - Sewall-Belmont House Millenium Matching Fund Campaign." 2000.
819Suffrage Society for Men, membership card, humorous postcard; color; Exhibit Supply Company, Chicago; postmarked 1922.
820Oliver Chilled Plow, advertisement; color; 14 x 14 cm.; incomplete; "Practical Politics - All parties unite in support of the Oliver Chilled Plow." [Image: couple in formal wear with the word 'Protection" written above; woman holding broom toward man carrying a crying baby with 'Woman rights' written above; two plow blades; portrait of James Oliver.]
821The Pennsylvania Limited Suffrage League, stationary, black and orange; 28 x 21 1/2 cm.; "We demand for women the full franchise (even the right to vote for the presidential electors) with restrictions excluding the criminal and illiterate of both sexes."
822Sewall-Belmont House, broadside, leaflet; purple; "Sewall-Belmont House, Washington, D.C."; 1997.
823The New York State Suffrage Party, petition, black and white on yellow card; 8 x 13 cm.; "I... Believe that the vote should be granted to the women of New York."
824Petition; 28 x 22 cm.; "We the undersigned Citizen's of Georgia respectfully petition our Senators. Hon. Augustus O. Bacon, and Hon. Hoke Smith to pass immediately Senate joint Resolution No. 1, extending the right of Suffrage to Women."
825Pledge form; 7 x 10 cm.; "I will vote for equal suffrage in November 1915."
826Jeanette Rankin Foundation, pamphlet; purple; 4 fold; 22 x 36 cm.; "Educate a woman and you educate a home, a community and a nation!"
827Pledge form; card; 8 x 13 cm.; "I am opposed to Woman's Suffrage." Concord, N.H, Typographical Union.
828Houseman, Laurence, 4 page; bifold; 19 x 23 cm.; calendar attached to front cover; "Woman's Cause, Prologue, written for the Scala Theatre Matinee, November 12th, 1909." London, Women Writers' Suffrage League, 1912. Handwriting "To wish Mr. and Mrs. W.D. Dale a happy Christmas and New Year from Dr. and Mrs. Soder (?) Dec. 2, 1912."
829Hammersmith and Shepherd's Bush Unionist Lecture Society, admission ticket; "To the third lecture of the session, 'Women's Suffrage,' on Tuesday, 5th December, 1911."
830Feminist Women's Health Center, postcard; yellow with black print; 10 x 15 cm.; announcement; "Video Showing - Legal But Out of Reach, Six Women's Abortion Stories." 2000.
831Family Violence Council, postcard; yellow with black print; 10 x 15 cm.; announcement; "We need your discards, can you help battered women and children?"
832ERA Summit, brochure; trifold; purple; 22 x 28 cm.; "Equal Rights Amendment: Unfinished Business for the Constitution.; [Image: Statue of Liberty holding 'ERA.']
833New York State Woman Suffrage Party, program; bifold; cream; 18 x 25 cm. ; "Suffrage School and Cenference, sixth campaign district, to be held at Binghamton Public Library March 6-10, 1917, conducted by Miss Elinor Byrns."
834London Society for Women's Suffrage, program; bifold; 22 x 29 cm.; "Programme for Dramatic Entertainment to be Given by the Elizabeth Bessle Comedy Company at Spears Memorial Hall at Highgate Hill...Thursday, January 11th, 1912..."
835Equal Suffrage Society of Indianapolis, program; bifold; 13 x 17 cm.; "Literary and Social Meeting in celebration of the Seventieth Birthday of Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Nov. 12, 1885."
836Primrose League, theater program; bifold; "Primrose League Entertainments at the Town Hall, Andover..." [Addresses and dramas, "The Chimney Corner" and "The Coming Woman, on the Spirit of 1896."]
837Interurban Woman Suffrage Council, program; bifold; 13 x 23 cm.; "Woman Suffrage Mass Meeting, Carnegie Hall, Friday, December 4th, 1908 - Address: 'The Woman Suffrage Movement in England', Mrs. Philip Snowden."
838Interurban Political Equality Council of the Greater New York, program; bifold; 16 x 20 cm.; "A Meeting of Appreciation of the Life Work of Susan B. Anthony, April 1, 1906."; Brooklyn Auxiliary Leagues, insert; 15 x 9 cm.
839Women's Suffrage Statue, 12 notecards; black and white; 13 x 19 cm.; [Image: marble monument among dramatically lit columns.]; 12 envelopes; white; 10 x 13 cm.
840Sewall-Belmont Museum, 12 notecards; black and white; 13 x 19 cm.; [Image: Front view drawing of house]; "Sewall-Belmont Museum, Washington, D.C."; 12 envelopes; white; 10 x 13 cm.
841Newport Historic Reproductions, card; green print; 5 x 8 cm.; "Votes for Women." [Mrs. Alva Erskine Smith Vanderbilt Belmont biorgaphy.]
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OS 18Jeanette Rankin Foundation; T Shirt; white with black print; [Image: "Jeanette Rankin Foundation" logo with her portrait.]
OS 18Bags by Mimi - Annapolis; Tote bag; Black and white with purple print; Black handles; 35 x 41 cm.; "Sewall-Belmont House - Washington, DC." [Image: Sewall-Belmont House.]
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3Woman Suffrage Procession Program; Reproduction; Printed scan; color; "Official Program Woman Suffrage Procession - Washington, D.C. - March 3, 1913."; [Image: Ben M. Dale illustration of a purple robed knightly woman on horseback blowing a horn with "Votes for Women" banner leading a group of women past the U.S. Capitol Building.]
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1334'Election Campaign in Cumberland' - broadside, 22cm x 34cm - National Union of Womens' Suffrage Socities Election Campaign in Cumberland. Carlilsle, Whitehave, and Cockermouth Divisions - "Will You Help? We work on non-party lines and by constitutional methods only. Catherine E. Marshall (Hon. Organizing Secretary)" - Tear off sheet at the bottom for signature and address, 1909 December 13
1335 'Woman's Rights Fables' - broadside16cm x 21.5cm, two sided - by Lillie Devereux Blake - 11 fables with morals - American Woman Suffrage Association
1336'Indirect Influence' - broadside, 15cm x 17.5cm, two sided article - National American Woman Suffrage Association - by Eliza Calvert Obenchain
1337'The Cost of Living and the Ballot' - leaflet, 13cm x 21cm - 4 pgs., folded - by Lida Parce - National American Woman Suffrage Association
1338'Pigs vs. Boys' - leaflet, 9cm x 15cm, four pages, folded - Political Equality Leaflet, National American Woman Suffrage Association
1339'Testimony From Wyoming' - broadside, 15cm x 17.5, two sided - Gives testimony from Wyoming Legislators, Hon. Joseph M. Carey, Hon. Bryant B. Brooks and others - South Dakota Universal Franchise League
1340'Women Under California Laws' - leaflet, 14cm x 21cm, four pages, folded - by Alice Park - "California Next" - printed by California Equal Suffrage Association, 1911
1341'Votes for Women a Success - Proven by the Map of the United States' - leaflet 15.5cm x 17.5cm, two sided - by Minnie J. Reynolds, Legislative Secretary Suffrage Org. of New Jersey: formally of Colorado - National American Woman Suffrage Association, 1913
1342'Catholic Opinions' - handbill, 14cm x 21.5cm, two sided - "There exists a widespread belief that the Catholic Church is officially opposed to to Woman Suffrage" - statements from: "Most Reverend James John Keane, D.D., Archibishop of Dubuque, Iowa - Right Reverend Austin Dowling,, D.D., Bishop of Des Moines - Father Joseph H. McMahon, D.D., Rector of Our Lady of Lourdes - Most Reverend Patrick W. Riordan, Late Archbishop of San Francisco California - 'The Monitor' San Francisco, California, Rev. P.C. York, Editor - Rev. Daniel E. Hudson, D.D., Editor of Ave Maria - Dr. John G. Coyle, Member of the Knights of Columbus - all support Woman Suffrage" - Iowa Equal Suffrage Association, Fleming Building, Des Moines, Iowa - Iowa Equal Suffrage Association - (4 copies)
1343'Twelve Reasons Why Women Should Vote' - handbill, 5 1/4" x 7", one sided - "It is for the common good of all" - Equal Suffrage League of Virginia, Commercial Building Richmond, Virginia
1344'Act of 1895' - handbill, 5-3/8 x 8 3/8, one side - "Rules for the registration of women" - Act of 1895 Enacted by the Massachusetts Legislature, June 1895 gave women the right to vote in school elections, 1895
1345'Why the Farmer is for Equal Suffrage' - pamphlet, folded in thirds to 6-1/2 x 3-1/8, printed on beige paper on both sides - by L.J. Taber Lecturer for the Ohio State Grange - The leaflet also advertises two other lectures for order: "The Changing Position of Woman" by President Welch of Ohio Wesleyan University and "Working Women vs. Anti-Suffragists" - Ohio Woman Suffrage Association, Masonic Building, Warren, Ohio
1346'Better Babies' - pamphlet, two sheets double sided, pasted - 5-3/4" x 6-1/2" - [cover image: baby holding door from opening to crowd of bugs] - Rose O'Neill cartoon reprinted from Woman Voter - gives infant death rates in countries and cities linked with woman suffrage - New Zealand, which had Woman Suffrage, shows the lowest infant mortality rate - New York State Woman Suffrage Party - N.W.S. Publishing Co, Inc.
1347'Don't Forget to Vote For Woman Suffrage First' - broadside, 4-13/16" x 7-1/8" - "Your President asks you to vote for it, Your Governor is for it, Your party has endorsed it, Woman suffrage is coming the world around; don't let New York lag behind'" - Gives instructions on how to vote, with an 'X' in the Yes box for amendment 1, and warns "if you tear, or deface, or wrongly mark the ballot, return it and obtain another" - New York State Woman Suffrage Party - N.W.S. Publishing Co, Inc.
1348'Woman's Suffrage In America' - handbill, two sided - No. 61 - "What Americans Think of its Results" - National League Opposing Woman Suffrage
1349'Against Woman Suffrage, Some Reasons' - handbill, two sided - No. 24. Printed by National Press Agency, Ltd. - by Grace Saxon Mills - lists 12 reasons that begin with "Because"
1350'How to Vote for Woman Suffrage Amendment' - handbill, 12cm x 16cm, yellow paper printed one side - "How to Vote for Woman Suffrage Amendment, Election Day, November 6th, 1917'. The form of ballot will be as follows" - Amendment No. 1, Yes box has an "x" in it - Amendment No. 2 - two boxes, neither is marked - "Vote 'Yes' on Amendment No. 1 as marked above" - N.Y. State Woman Suffrage Party 109 State Street, Albany, N.Y. - (4 copies), 1917
1351'Anna Howard Shaw Memorial' - pamphlet, tri-fold to 9 1/2 cm x 4 1/2 - cream paper with black print - "Anna Howard Shaw Memorial of the National American Woman Suffrage Association - Resolution Passed at the Victory Convention held in Chicago February 12 to 18, 1920 - That the N.A.W.S.A. establish an official joint memorial to Dr. Anna Howard Shaw - at Bryn Mawr College a Foundation in Politics and at the Woman's Medical College of Pennsylvania a Foundation in Preventative Medicine" - Also lists the Advisory Committee, Executive Committee and State Chairman - (4 copies), 1920
1352'Woman Suffrage In Practice' - pamphlet, 6 " x 9 1/8", 15 pages - "A Criticism of 'What Have Women Done With the Vote?' by George Creel in the Century Magazine for March, 1914" - The Massachusetts Association Opposed to the Further Extension of Suffrage to Women
1353'College Equal Suffrage League' - membership information leaflet, 8 1/2' x 5 1/2", folded - College Equal Suffrage League, San Francisco - 'Arguments for Equal Suffrage' - 'To the Teacher of California'
1354'County Suffrage Leaflet No. 1, 2' - leaflet, 8 1/2" x 5 1/2", folded - Leaflet 1: "New Departure - the reorganized Woman Suffrage League of Los Angeles County, is making a new departure in it's methods of Suffrage work, with the new Century" - Leaflet No. 2: "Headquarters... for the distribution of Suffragette Literature, and the enrollment of the names of those who know that women ought to be free to help elect good men and enforce good laws"
1355 'Equality of Opportunity' - leaflet, 3 1/4" x 6 1/4", folded, 8 pages - by Mrs. Seward Adams Simons, President of the Political Equality League - reprinted from the Los Angeles Graphic
1356'Has this information helped you?' - flyer, cream colored paper, one sided - "Then join the League of Women Voters - A Dollar Membership will give you A Weekly Bulletin - Information on Legislation Meetings for Political Discussions - Make your vote count for the public good - Enrolled Membership $1.00, Subscribing Membership $5.00, Contributing Membership $10.00 - Membership fee may be sent to the New York League of Women Voters, First Region, 37 West 39th Street, New York City"
1357'League of Women Voters Invites You' - flyer, 15cm x 24cm, one sided - "The League of Women Voters invites you to Three Lectures at League Headquarters 37 W. 39th Street, Manhattan Evenings at 8:15 Friday, March 16th: 'Typical Forms of City Government' by Henry M. Waite, President of the National Municipal League and Former City Manager of Dayton, Ohio Illustrated by Primer Chart - Thursday, March 22nd: 'The Present N.Y. City Charter and Proposed Improvements' by Raymond V. Ingersoll Secretary of the Men's City Club Illustrated by Chart of New York Government - Thursday, March 29th: 'The Proposed Charter of the Home Rule Commission' by Henry DeForest Baldwin, Chairman of the Commission
1358'What Have Women Done With the Vote?' - booklet, 14.5 cm x 22.5cm - National American Woman Suffrage Association Publishing Company, inc. - by George Creel - Published in the Century Magazine for March, 1914, and reprinted by special permission and courtesy., Revised, May 1915 - Stamped in blue ink on front: "Mass. Woman Suffrage Assn. Gertrude H. Leonard, Teresa A. Crowley" , 1915
1359'Isn't It True?' - broadside, 12cm x 19cm - the phrase "Isn't It True?" begins seven reasons listed - "Votes for Women, South Dakota Universal Franchise League, Rooms 13 & 14 Masonic Temple, Huron, S.D." - (2 copies)
1360'What President Wilson Says' - broadside, 25cm x 18 cm, two sided - "President Wilson Wants Woman Suffrage" - writings to Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt, Hon. W.R. Crabtree, address to Congress April 3, 1917, address to Suffragists at National Convention, Sept. 8, 1916 - "Stand by Our Present and make our own glorious country a Democracy" - New York State Woman Suffrage Party (3 copies), 1917
1361 'Why Women Want the Vote' - broadside, 18cm x 27cm - "Justice / Equality - Women are Citizens and wish to do their civic duty - Working women need the ballot.. Housekeepers need the ballot… Mothers need the ballot…Teachers need the ballot… Business Women need the ballot… Tax Paying Women need the ballot… All Women need the ballot... All Men need women's help to build a better and juster government, and Women need Men to help them secure their right to fulfill their civic duties" - National American Woman Suffrage Association Headquarters 505 Fifth Avenue, New York City
1362'Votes for Women a Success' - flyer, 12.5cm x 18cm, one sided - "The Map Proves It - Vote for Woman Suffrage - Give this to a friend and ask him to vote for it" - New Jersey Woman Suffrage Association, Headquarters: 309 Park Avenue, Plainfield - N.W.S. Publishing Co. Inc.
1363'Who Represents Her?' - flyer, 11.5cm x 20m, one sided - "If a woman is responsible for an accident, if she defaults on her contracts, if she slanders her neighbors, is any man arrested, sued, bound over to keep the peace?... Then why is it that the only place in the world where man wants to represent woman is at the ballot box? - Vote for the Suffrage Amendment, Nov. 7" - South Dakota Universal Franchise League - (2 copies)
1364'As Man To Man' - flyer, 11.5cm x 20cm, one sided - 'Between ourselves can men represent women at the polls? Do Men represent women at the polls?... Between ourselves let us give women the vote and Vote for Woman Suffrage Amendment, Nov. 7 - South Dakota Universal Franchise League - (2 copies)
1365'Logic for the Business Man' - flyer -11.5cm x 20cm, one sided - "Women have proved their business sense, their honesty, their ability in thousand and thousands of business positions - as owners, managers, and in office work - Please be Logical - Vote for Woman Suffrage Amendment, Nov. 7" - South Dakota Universal Franchise League - (2 copies)
1366Dilke, Mrs. Ashton - mounted portrait clipping
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141'Who Shares the Cost of War?' - broadside, 13cm x 18cm, single sided - "Who shares the cost of war? Who faces death in order to give life to men? - Women" - Several others reasons listed - "Who dares say that war is not their business? In the name of Justice and Civilization give women a voice in Government and in the councils that make or prevent war. Vote for the Woman Suffrage Amendment in November" - Pennsylvania Woman Suffrage Association, Headquarters: 201-5 Arcade Building, Harrisburg
142'Conservative Leaders Opinions on the Enfranchisement of Women' - leaflet, single page, two sided, 5 3/4" x 8 3/4" - Quotes from speeches from Lord Beaconsfield; Lord Salisbury; Hon. Arthur J. Balfour; Lord Iddesleigh - Conservative and Unionist Women's Franchise Association - Women's Publishing Society, Ltd.
143'Male Electors' League for Women's Suffrage' - 2 pages, different sizes - One sheet: "The Law of England As It Affects Men and Women" - second sheet copy of petition presented to the House of Commons on March 13, 1903 by Dr. J. G. Shipman
144'The Women's Demonstrations' - leaflet - one page, two sided, 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 - "A Russian's Point of View" - by Jaakoff Prelooker in the 'Anglo-Russian,' June 1908 - The Woman Citizen Publishing Society
145'Votes for Women: The Woman's Reason' - leaflet - one page, two sided, 5 1/2" x 8 1/2" - front: list of 10 reasons - back side: "Women in the Home - How Far Can the Mother Control These Things?" - National American Woman Suffrage Association - printed by the College Equal Suffrage League
146Resolutions - leaflet, single sided, 4" x 9 1/2" - lists seven resolutions. '"Resolved: That there is not consideration whatever that makes the right of suffrage valuable to men... Resolved: That the ballot will bring to woman a higher education, larger industrial opportunities..."
147'What's The Matter With New York?' - leaflet, one page, single sided - by Anna Cadogan Etz - New York State Woman's Suffrage Association
148'Look Ahead' - leaflet - one page, single sided, 10" x 7 1/4" - "Look Ahead" - No. 16, National League for Opposing Woman Suffrage
149'Why Women Want To Vote' - broadside, 7" x 10", single sheet, one sided - "Why Women Want To Vote: Justice, Equality, Women are Citizens, and Wish To Do Their Civic Duty" - Lists 9 reasons - Woman Suffrage Party of the City of New York.
1410'Testimony from the Governors of the Four Free States' - broadside, 10 3/8" x 5 7/8", one page, single sided - Mrs. Mary Bentley Thomas, of Maryland, addressed a letter to the Governor of each of the states where women vote on equal terms with men, and asked them four questions"
1411'Victory for Woman Suffrage in 1915' - pledge form, 5" x 3 1/4" - yellow paper printed on one side - "I believe that women should be allowed to vote on the same terms as men" - contains spaces for name, address, assembly districts, election list, ward - Headquarters for Jefferson County, Watertown, N.Y. - on the back in pencil is an address written: "Mabel L. Watkine, 622 Emerson St., Mrs. J.P. Studivant, 310 High St. City", 1915
1411'Empire State Campaign Committee' - pledge form, 5" x 3 1/4", yellow paper printed on one side - "Victory for Woman Suffrage in 1915 - I believe that the vote should be granted to the Women of New York in 1915" - spaces to fill out name, address, districts, 1915
1411'The Headquarter of the Empire State Campaign Committee' - label with blue ink - "The Headquarters of the Empire State Campaign Committee and N.Y. State Woman Suffrage Association have been removed to 303 Fifth Avenue New York"
1412'A Tale of Six Cities' - leaflet, 5" x 7 1/2" - brown paper two sided - "A Tale of Six Cities: Berlin, Paris, London, New York, Boston, Chicago - Statement of Dr. Anna Howard Shaw, Miss Helen Todd of California, Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt - Vote for the amendment!"
1413'Why Women Want To Vote' - broadside, single sided - "Justice, Equality - Why Women Want To Vote - Women are Citizens and wish to do their civic duty - Working Women… Housekeepers… Mothers… Teachers… Business Women… Tax Paying Women…All Women… All Men… Woman need Men… If you are with us join at once The Women's Political Union" - reprinted by courtesy of National American Woman Suffrage Association
1414'Women In City Homes' - broadside - "She is responsible for the cleanliness of her house... How far can the mother control these things?... If you are with us join at once The Women's Political Union"
1415'There Are Two Ways' - flyer, 6" x 3 1/2" - "There are Two Ways to secure the establishment of Woman Suffrage - First: The Legislature of each State can submit the question to the voters... Second: The Congress of the United States by a two-thirds majority can refer the question of Woman Suffrage to the Legislatures of all the States... Are you willing that American women shall be possessed of fewer political rights than the women of other lands? They may vote in all elections in Australia, New Zealand, Finland, and Norway, and will do so in England ere long. Why not in the United States?" - Pencil writing on back: "Special Aparatus. The fish and ink. The cannon balls. Shilling in ball of cotton or rags. Bell and shot. The Fire eater, Magic boxes, Sweet Shower, Penetrating Pennies"
1416 'Information for the Use of the Newly Made Women Voters in Ohio' - leaflet, 5 1/2"x 8 1/2" four page, folded - Signature at top: "Helen Train Tannehill" - Compiled by C. McCullough Everhard and Katherine B. Claypool, president and recording secretary of the Ohio Woman Suffrage Association - Includes topics: "Classification of School Districts, Boards of Education, City Districts of the First Class, Registration, City Districts of the Second Class and Village Districts, Township Districts, Special Districts, Nominations, Citizenship, Electors, An Act"
1417'Votes for Women! The Woman's Reason' - broadside - 10 1/2" x 7 1/4", one sheet, single sided - lists 11 reasons - last one states, "Because Women Ought to Give Their Help, Men Ought to Have Their Help, the State Ought to Use Their Help - National American Woman Suffrage Association
1418'Fairy Soap advertisement' - magazine clipping - "Mrs. Elizabeth Cady Stantonhonorary president of the National American Woman Suffrage Association... says 'I have tried Fairbank's Fairy Soap and find it delightful."
1419'Speeches by Lord James of Hereford and Lord Curzon of Kedleston' - booklet, 12 pgs. - Mens' League for Opposing Woman Suffrage - speeches of Lord James and Lord Curzon at a dinner of the Council in the Hotel Cecile, 1909 May 18
1420Booklet - "By-Laws of The Fairfield County Republican Women's Association" - 8 pages, 8cm x 12 1/2cm - blue cover - Reads: "Our aims and purposes" and lists IX articles that include objects, membership, officers, governing board, advisory committee, nominations and elections, meetings and amendments, 1921
1421'Suffrage As A War Measure' - leaflet - 27cm x 21cm, two sided - "Since the war began Woman Suffrage has been sweeping over the civilized world - Where do New York Women Come In? - Give votes to women as part of the nation's defense" - New York State Woman Suffrage Party - N.W.S. Publishing Co. - (2 copies)
1422'What Women Demand' - leaflet - 13cm x 21cm, single sided - "What Women Demand - The Women's Social and Political Union are asking for votes for women on the same terms as they are possessed by men..." - National Women's Social & Political Union
1423'Some Words of Weight on Women's Suffrage' - leaflet, 14cm x 21cm, two sided - Quotes from: John Stuart Mill, The Late Lord Salisbury, Rt. Hon. Arthur J. Balfour, M.P., Rt. Hon. John Morley, M.P., J. Keir Hardie, M.P., Frances Power Cobbe, Mrs. Henry Fawcett, LL.D. - National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies
1424'The Testimony of the Commonwealth Parliament to the Satisfactory Working of Women's Suffrage in Australia' - leaflet, 13.5cm x 21cm, folded - 3 pages - testimony by: Dr. Maloney (Melbourne), Mr. Deakin (Ballarat, Prime Minister) - National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies President, Mrs. Henry Fawcett, LL.D. - printed by The Woman's Printing Society, Ltd., 1910 March
1425'Woman Suffragists and the Empire' - leaflet, 13.5cm x 20cm, two sided - National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies, 1909
1426'To Men and Women of the Labour Party' - leaflet - 4 pgs - 14cm x 22cm - This leaflet is to show you what some of the Leaders of the Labour Party think on the questions of Women's Enfranchisement" - Quotes: Mr. Lansbury; Mr. Shackleton; Mr. Keir Hardie; Mr. Philip Snowden - National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies
1427'To Working Men' - leaflet, 13.5cm x 21cm, two sided - Election Leaflet No. 2 - National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies - "Working men, help women get justice"
1428'The Late Marquis of Salisbury on Women's Suffrage' - leaflet - 13.5cm x 21cm, single sided - quotes from Marquis from 1888, 1891, 1896 - National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies
1429'Women's Vote in Australia' - leaflet - 13.5cm x 21cm, two sided - "Extracts taken from an article in the Canadian Magazine of June 1907, written by Professor R.E. Macnaghten, of McGill University, Montreal, who lived for some years in Australia; headed a plea for Woman Suffrage in Canada" - National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies, 1908 May
1430'The Vital Claim' - leaflet - 13.5cm x 21cm, bifolded, 4 pages - "The Vital Claim: An Appeal from Liberal Women to Women Liberals" - by C.C. Osler - Nation Union Women's Suffrage Societies
1431'Speech by Mr. Philip Snowden, M.P.' - leaflet - 13.5cm x 21cm, 6 pages - Parliamentary Franchise (Women) Bill, 1910 No. 55 - National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies
1432 "Progress of Equal Rights", by Alice Stone Blackwell - leaflet - 8cm x 14.5cm, folded, 4 pages - Political Equality Series. vol. III, no. 12 - published monthly by the National American Woman Suffrage Association, 1899 April
1433'NY League of Women Voters' - leaflet - 14cm 12.5cm, one sided - "The New York League of Women Voters, 10th, 15th and 17th Assembly Districts Invite you to attend a meeting at... to hear Senator Meyer Levy, 17th Senate District, Assemblyman Joseph T. Flynn, 10th Assembly District, Assemblyman Josephy Steinberg, 15th Assembly District, Assemblyman Meyer Alterman, 17th Assembly District report of their work in the legislature and Congressman Ogden L. Mills, 17th Congress District, Congressman Nathan D. Perlman, 14th Congress District discuss Shall the United States Enter the International Court?" - Pencil writing on back: "1. Reading of By-Laws 2. Luncheon, how many want tickets, $2.25 3. Radio speak by Mrs. Catt. 4. Meeting Monday night, bring friends. 5. New Members 6. 25 cents for Trouser 7. Sec'y write Gov. Smith against Mullan Gage Law"
1434Woman Suffrage Leaflet, vol. 2, no. 12 - leaflet - 15.5cm x 25cm, folded, 4 pages - "Equal Rights for Women - The following argument for Woman Suffrage was made by Hon. George William Curtis before the last New York State Constitutional Convention" - published fortnightly by the American Woman Suffrage Association, 1889 January 15
1435'Vote for the Woman Suffrage Amendment No. 2' - Illustration by Norman Jacobsen, Scribner's Magazine - 17cm x 24.5cm - [Image: woman standing holding flag with the word 'Votes' leading a crowd of women in background
1436'Report of Hearing before the Committee on Woman Suffrage, 54th Congress' - Document 157 - 15cm x 22.5cm, 23 pages, unbound - (2 copies), 1896 January 28
1437'Report of Hearing before the Committee on Woman Suffrage, 50th Congress' - Senate MIS Document no.114 - 15cm x 22.5cm, 21 pages, unbound - includes statement of Mrs. Elizabeth Cady Stanton - (2 copies), 1888 April 2
1438'Report of Hearing before the Committee on Woman Suffrage, 53rd Congress' - Senate MIS Document no. 121 - 15cm x 22.5cm, 30 pages, unbound - remarks by Rev. Ida Hulton, Miss Alice Stone Blackwell and others, 1894 February 21
1439'Woman Suffrage Arguments Before the Committee on the Judiciary, 46th Congress' - 46th Congress 2nd session House of Representative MIS Doc No. 20 - 15cm x 22.5, 22 pages - remarks by Mrs. Emma Mont. McRaw of Indiana and others, 1880 January 24
1440'Woman Suffrage Report From Mr. J.W. Stewart, 49th Congress' - 49th Congress 1st Session House of Representative Report No. 2289 - 15cm x 22.5cm, 3 pages - report to accompany H. Res. 109 and gives views of the minority, 1896 May 6
1441'Woman Suffrage Report, 64th Congress' - 64th Congress 2nd session House of Representatives Report No. 1216 - 15cm x 22.5 cm, 9 pages - Woman Suffrage Mr. Gard from the Committee on the Judiciary submitted the following report to accompany H.J. Res. 1 - proposing the amendment to the Constitution of the United States extending the right of Suffrage to women, reports the same back to the House of Representatives without recommendation' - 2 parts., 1916 December 15
1442'Hearing before the Committee on Election of President, 58th Congress' - 58th Congress 3rd Session - House of Representatives Document No. 378 - 15cm x 22.5cm - 11 pages - Remarks by Mrs. Clara Bewick Cobly, Corresponding secretary of the Federal Woman's Equality Association and others, 1905 March 2
1443'The Woman Suffrage Party membership form' - 4 3/4" x 3 1/2" yellow membership form - "The Woman Suffrage Party of Pennsylvania" - "Believing that women as well as men should vote, hereby join the Woman Suffrage Party, with the understanding that it requires no dues, is non-partisan in character, and that it does not interfere with my regular political affiliations"
1444'Help! Help! Help!' playing card - purple design on back, orange 10 - [Image: policeman walking a woman, fist raised, wearing long dress with large hat with flowers and feather boa, and purse with 'NWSPY' on it - woman is shouting "Help! Help! Help!"] - (2 copies)
1444'Toot! Toot! Toot!' Playing card - purple design on back, green 10 - [Image: man in kilt playing bagpipes with 'Votes for Women' on them] - (2 copies)
1445'Mrs. George Birney Jennison' - business card with black print - Lillian Birney Jennison was Bay City's President of the Congressional Union Woman's Suffrage group from 1911 to 1918
1446'Women and Citizenship' - booklet - 9cm x 6 1/2 cm, 12 pages - Issued by the Albany County Republican Committee - Topics: Citizenship; What is Suffrage?; Under the amended constitution the women of New York State may vote in accordance with the following regulations; The necessary qualifications attached to the exercise of Suffrage; The primary and enrollment; Record of the Republican Party; Enrollment Day - Join the Fight for Good Government. Enroll Now". , 1918
1447'Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage' - roster - letter size cream colored stationary with black print - "Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage Non-Partisan National Headquarters, 21 Madison Place, Washington, D.C.'. Colors-Purple, White and Gold" - List of names on left side: National Executive Committee and National Advisory Council - Names on left side: Montana Branch
1448 'Michigan Equal Suffrage Association' - typed sign-up sheets - to authorize individuals to serve as challenger at polling places in Bay City, Michigan - (4 copies), 1912
1449Voter Registration Card - 7.5 cm x 10 cm - Voter registration card for Edna R. Hean - "Ward 9, Pct. 6 Certifies that Ms. Hean a female citizen of Wyandotte County, Kansas has this day been duly registered as a voter in aforesaid precinct of said county and is entitled to vote at any Election held in said precinct so long as she shall continue to reside at the same street and house number and shall vote at each General Election if she is otherwise a qualified voter under the laws of the State of Kansas" - has Commissioner of Elections seal, 1955 February 26
1449Voter Registration Card - 7.5 cm x 10 cm - Voter registration card for Edna R. Hean - "Ward 9, Pct. 6 Certifies that Ms. Hean a female citizen of Wyandotte County, Kansas has this day been duly registered as a voter in aforesaid precinct of said county and is entitled to vote at any Election held in said precinct so long as she shall continue to reside at the same street and house number and shall vote at each General Election if she is otherwise a qualified voter under the laws of the State of Kansas" - has Commissioner of Elections seal, 1958 August 27
1450 'Program of Work for the League of Women Voters' - booklet - 15 cm x 23 cm, 16 pages - National League of Women Voters - Adopted in Convention at Chicago, Illinois, April, 1928 - The program contents include Program of Work; Recommendations on Methods of Work; Efficiency in Government; Public Welfare in Government; Legal Status of Women; International Cooperation to Prevent War; Special Committee on Immigration, 1928-1929
1451'Plan of Work and Program for the National League of Women Voters' - booklet - 15cm x 22.5cm, 15 pages - 'Adopted in Convention at Des Moines, Iowa April, 1923 from National Headquarters 532 Seventeenth St., N.W. Washington, D.C.' - Contains Board of Directors, Regional Directors and standing committee chairman names with city and state, 1923-1924
1452'The College Evening' - program - 18cm x 24cm, 31 pages - 'The College Evening of the Thirty-Eighth Annual Convention of the National American Woman Suffrage Association Held in Baltimore - A tribute of gratitude from representatives of Women's Colleges - What has been accomplished for the higher education of women by Susan B. Anthony and other woman Suffragists' - contains address of President Mary E. Woolley, President of Mount Holyoke College, and several other professors, 1906 February 8
1453League of Women Voters of New York City Annual Convention - tentative program, membership form - 15cm x 26.5cm, 1922 January 3
1454'League of Women Voters of New York City - membership flyer - 15cm x 28cm - "Our aim 50,000 new members - Join Now - Dues $1.00 - Sent to City Headquarters, 37 West 39th Street, N.Y.C."
1455'League of Women Voters NYC membership luncheon' - flyer - 13.5 cm x 21.5cm - "League of Women Voters of New York City invites you to be present at The Opening Luncheon of the Membership Campaign Thursday, February Ninth, at One O'Clock, Hotel McAlpin 33rd Street and Broadway, Speakers: Mrs. Robert McCurdy Marsh, Mrs. Dwight Morrow, Mrs. F. Louis Slade, Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt, presiding Miss. Mary Garrett Hay, Chariman, League of Women Voters of New York City
1456'The League of Women Voters of New York City' - membership form - 13cm x 8.5cm - "Invites you to become a member - Our Aim: 1.-To educate women to become intelligent voters 2.- To support progressive legislation" - (2 copies)
1457'Proceeding of the 1915 Forty-Seventh Convention' - photoduplication - 8 1/2" x 11" - pages 110 and 111 from The Hand Book of the National American Woman Suffrage Association and Proceedings of the Forty-Seventh Annual Convention. Held at Washington, D.C., December 14-19, 1915 - Refers to Indiana Equal Suffrage Association and Woman's Franchise League
1458'Annual Convention Program' - program - 12.5 cm x 17.5 cm, bifolded - "Annual Convention League of Women Voters of New York City, Hotel Pennsylvania" - included is a yellow ribbon with black wording: 'Delegate' - 8cm x 11cm , 1923 March 12
1459'The Cause of Purity and Women's Suffrage' - pamphlet, 12 pages - 5 3/4" x 8 1/2" - C.L.W.S. pamphlet No. 5 - by Ursula Roberts - purple stamp 'When read, please 'Pass it on' - addresses the topics of poverty and prostitution and their effects on women - unbound
1460'Universal Suffrage, and Complete Equality in Citizenship, The Safeguards of Democratic Institutions: Shown In Discourses By Henry Ward Beecher, Andrew Johnson, and Wendell Phillips' - booklet - 5 3/4" x 9", 16 pages - Press of George C. Rand & Avery, 1865
1461'Women's Advisory Committee Report' - Government Publication, periodical - 8 pages - "Ministry of Reconstruction, Women's Advisory Committee. Report of the Sub-Committee Appointed to Consider the Positions After the War of Women Holding Temporary Appointments in Government Departments", 1919
1462'Ministry of Health report' - Government publication, pamphlet - 5 pages - "Memorandum by the Government Actuary on the Washington Draft Convention Concerning the Employment of Women Before and After Childbirth - Presented to Parliament by Command of His Majesty" - Published by His Majesty's Stationary Office by Eyre and Spottiswoode, Ltd., 1921
1463George Eliot Bookmark - 3 1/4" x 8 1/2" card with envelope - [Image: sketch of George Eliot (pen name of Mary Ann Evans) on front of card with the quote: "It Is Never Too Late To Be What You Might Have Been. George Eliot. 1819-1880" - green & beige envelope included
1464'500 Flyers for Anti-Suffrage Rally' - receipt - 5"x 5", one page - The Austin Print, Commercial and Society Printing - 'Miss Frances Hennessy for Oct. 7, Printing 500 Fliers, Anti-Suffrage Rally, $1.50', 1915 October 8
1465Booklet with two membership cards - 'Special Aid Society for American Preparedness, Massachusetts Branch For Women' - 3"x 5 1/2", four page, booklet - Inside front cover reads: "This Society is formed to organize the women of Massachusetts that they may render to their country the most efficient service in time of need, however and whenever that need may arise" - 2 membership cards, one is blank and the other filled out in pencil by Mrs. M.A. Crockett, 1917
1466'Some Strange History' - leaflet - 23cm x 30cm, folded - three typed pages - "The Three Immediate Women Friends of the Anthony Family. See Biography of Susan B. Anthony, page 1435, by Mrs. Ida Husted Harper" - [Images: Carrie Chapman Catt, The Rev. Anna Howard Shaw, Mrs. R. Jerome Jeffrey] - Story inside: 'Some Strange History', by James Callaway, Macon Telegraph , 1918 May 26
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151'Release Form - Ashbel W. Riley' - legal document - 8 1/2"x 14" - Stellwagen and McGuire to Ashbel W. Riley - Washington DC real estate deed released to Ashbel W. Riley estate, 1890 August 21
152'Women Suffrage Poem' - handwritten poem - 4 1/2" x 7", single page - 'Women Suffrage' by R. Ash of Brixham - "We've heard a lot of Suffrage-But do you think it right - For the women to claim such liberties - As to try to take away man's rights - I think myself that it would-Wiser be, if to their homes they stay; - And let the members of Parliament - Have a little of the say. (Are you with me men) Voice Yes", 1907 December 3
153'The March Of Women' - sheet music - 5"x 7 1/4" cardboard, two sided - "The March of Women" by Ethel Smyth, Dedicated to the 'Women's Social and Political Union' - other side lists prices for scores to 'Songs of Sunrise' including 'Laggard Dawn', '1910', and 'The March of the Women', 1911
154 'Proceedings of the Tenth Annual Convention of the Ohio Woman Suffrage Association' - booklet - 5 3/4"x 8 1/2", 50 pages, 10 pages of advertisements - proceeding of the 10th annual convention of the Ohio Woman Suffrage Association in Cincinnati, Ohio, 1894 May 1-3
155'Votes for Women - CWSA' - printed seals - (2) green, white, and purple printed round seals on 4 1/2"x 2 1/2" white paper - Connecticut Woman Suffrage Association - (3 copies)
156'Hughes Campaign Service - America First and Efficient' - bulletin - 12 pages - Bulletin No. VI - articles include: "Why 'Americanism?'; A Minority President; Suffrage and Watchful Waiting; Mr. Gompers Answered", 1916 September 14
157Anti-Suffrage sticker - red and black, 1 1/2" x 2 1/2" - "Vote No On Woman Suffrage" - attached to back of small envelope addressed to Rev . Francis Brown, D.D. Saranac House , Upper Saranac Lake, NY, 1915
157Envelope - 16cm x 9cm - color printing - First Day of Issue Commemorating 100th Anniversary of the First Woman's Rights Convention held July 19-20, 1848 at Seneca Falls, NY - Fluegel Cover - [Image: Lucretia Mott, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Carrie Chapman Catt and Suffragette with sign reading: Votes for Women'] - Postmarked Seneca Falls, NY - 3 cent stamp in purple with pictures of Lucretia Mott, Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Carrie Chapman Catt that reads: '100 years of Progress of Women 1846-1948' - stamped: "First Day Issued", 1948 June 19
158Envelope - 'Susan B. Anthony' - 16cm x 9cm, black and white printing - First Day of Issue 1920-1970 50th Anniversary 19th Amendment to the Constitution Voting Rights for American Women - Picture of Susan B. Anthony Pioneer Crusader for Woman Rights and picture of birthplace Adams, Mass. - Postmarked Adams, MA - postage includes; 'Register to Vote' with American flag; 'Woman Suffrage, 50th Anniversary' with parade car with women inside and a woman voting; 'General Federation of Women's Club 75 Years of Service to Freedom and Growth', 1970 August 26
159US postage stamps - 'Equal Rights' - sheet of purple and green stamps (20) - read: "Equality Progress 19th Amendment 1920 1995", 1995
1510Stamps, Woman Suffrage, US. Color stamps - sheet of 50 - blue color with 'Woman Suffrage and 50th Anniversary' written on them - [Image: suffrage parade car with women on left - woman on right casting vote] - (2 copies), 1970
1511Envelope - 100 Years of Women's Suffrage' - 16.3 cm wide x 9cm - commemorative envelope with color picture taken from BBC production - 'Isle of Man Votes for Women 1881' stamp on the envelope - Stamped: 'First Day of Issue, Douglas, Isle of Man' - informational card included, 1981
1512Stamps, US - "America Commemorates Dr. Mary Walker" - 8-1/2" x 11" sheet with four stamps and description of Dr. Walker's life and service with commendations - No. 167 in series - (2 copies), 1982
1513Envelope - 'Great American Series - Alice Paul' - purple print - with history of Alice Paul - Envelope is postmarked 'Mount Laurel, NJ' and 'First Day of Issue' , 1995
1513Envelope - 'Susan B. Anthony' with profile silhouette of Susan B. Anthony in black and yellow by Torkel Gundel - "Commemorating 16th Anniversary of Woman Suffrage 1920-1936" - Addressed Mrs. Catherine O. Sanderson, 515 Monroe St., Denver, Colorado - postmarked Washington DC - four U.S. postage stamps in purple with picture of Susan B. Anthony - 'Suffrage for Women', 1936 August 26
1514Six stamps - four yellow background and two blue/green background - {image: two women in long greek style white gowns arms stretched over a globe with sun above] - Writing: (3) "Nemzetkozi Valasztojogi Nokongresszus" - (3) "Internationaler Frauenstimmrechts Kongress" - both read "Budapesten 1913 Junius 15-20" - commemorates the 7th Conference of the International Woman Suffrage Alliance., 1913
1515Envelope - 13.3cm x 8cm - cream colored envelope with red print - "If I Cannot Fight, I Can Feed Those Who Do" - [Image: woman with rolling pin in kitchen]
1515'Jessie Fremont' envelope - 11.8cm x 6.5cm - black and white portrait of Jessie Fremont on left - right side is red, white and blue has the words on a ribbon "North and South" and the words "In Union There is Strength" two swords criss-crossing behind the shield with stars and stripes - axe coming out of the top
1516'Votes for Women A Success' - envelope - 16.5cm x 9cm - cream colored envelope with black print right side: "Votes for Women A Success The Map Proves It" - [Image: map of US with black, white, shaded colored states] - "New Jersey Next! Vote "Yes" for Women Suffrage - October 19", 1915
1516'Votes for the Suffrage Amendment June 5' - envelope - 16.5 cm x 19cm - cream colored envelope with black writing on right side: "Vote for The Suffrage Amendment June 5"
1517'Votes for Woman Suffrage Amendment Nov. 2nd 1915' - stamp - blue and yellow oversized stamp - [Image: woman in white dress holding U.S. flag, US Capitol dome in background], 1915
1518'Frances Perkins' - US postage stamps' - sheet of four - white with blue portrait of Frances Perkins wearing a hat and smiling.
1518'Women's Suffrage' - envelope - "Women's Suffrage: One of the first women to vote in 1869" - [Image: colored print of women standing in line, one woman handing a piece of paper through a window - 19th Amendment stamp postmarked 'First Day of Issue' - in the lower right corner is a picture of a stick of dynamite - Back is stamped 'Dynamite Cover' 2 or 67, 1995
1519Susan B. Anthony and Lucy Stone stamps - two purple Susan B. Anthony stamps (50 cents); one red Lucy Stone stamp (50 cents)
1520Life magazine cover - 'Woman's Rights' - 21 1/2 cm x 27 cm - cover torn off magazine - March 25, 1909, Vol. LIII, No. 1378 - Color illustration - [Image: two women looking down at crying cherub with heart laying on the ground] - 'Life - April 1st' , 1909
1521Speech - 'The Equality of Women Before the Law' - 13cm x 20cm, 3 pages - by Mr. Walter S.B. McLaren at the Annual Meeting of the Ladies' National Association, 1909 May 25
1522'Suffrage Cook Book' - no cover, missing first 24 pages
1523'Women Awake' - manuscript - 23 pages, typed - by Kenyon Hayden Rector, Columbus, Ohio Member of the National Advisory Council of Woman's Party - "The fight for your enfranchisement is not yet won. Suffragists of the country, do not lay down your arms! Resist the insidious inroads of a false propaganda which tells you that 'the struggle is over and the victory won', thus calling you away from the battle line. You soldiers who hold the cause dear, unite again for the final struggle!"
1524Petition - National Committee on Federal Legislation for Birth Control, Inc., Mararet Sanger, President - 8 1/2" x 11", 4 pages - Outlines legal barriers to the dissemination of birth control information and devices; suggests birth control bills to amend the present laws; and provides justification for the amendments
1525Blackwell, Alice Stone - leaflet - 'Women Do Not Want It' - 16cm x 18cm, two sided - by Aice Blackwell - stamped on front in blue ink: 'Mass. Woman's Suffrage Assn. - Gertrude H. Leonard, Teresa A. Crowley' - National American Woman Suffrage Association
1526O'Hagan, Anne - 'Why the Housekeeper Needs the Vote' - leaflet - 16cm x 18cm, two sided - by Anne O'Hagan - "I am a housekeeper - even the Anti's will allow that that is a perfectly proper thing for me to be" - reprinted from Smith's Magazine - National American Woman Suffrage Association
1527Simkhovitch, Mary K. - 'Votes in the Tenements' - leafle - 16cm x 18cm, two sided - by Mary Simkhovitch, Head of Greenwich House Settlement - "My life has been lived for fifteen years in tenement neighborhoods" - Reprinted from the New York Evening Post - Stamped on front in blue ink: 'Mass. Womans Suffrage Assn. Gertrude H. Leonard, Teresa A. Crowley' - National American Woman Suffrage Association
1528Leaflet - 'Jesus Christ the Emancipator of Women' - by Rev. C.C. Harrah - leaflet - 15cm x 34cm, folded, 4 pages - Woman Suffrage Leaflet Published fortnightly at 3 Park St., Boston, Mass Vol. 1, No. 8 , 1888 November 15
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61'Woman Suffrage and the Marriage Relation' - newspaper clipping - 3 3/4" x 24" - Letter to the Editor of The Courant from J. Hooker - "Among the leading advocates of woman suffrage in this country I know of no one who is at all prominent as an advocate of 'easy divorce' except Mrs. Stanton. Some I know are strongly opposed to it."
62'A Message from the Old South to an United Nation To-Day' - broadside - by James Callaway - 17" x 11" - from Macon, Georgia, Telegraph - outlines racist views of Reconstruction, the role of the Ku Klux Klan, and Suffragettes' push for constitutional amendments for equality, 1918 January 8
63Collection of 7 items attached to a large piece of heavy paper - these include: 'Meisterschaft School of Practical Linguistry, Birmingham Branch flyer'; 'The Meisterschaft System'- orange flyer describing the program, two sides; 'Letter on letterhead of Meisterchaft School of Practical Linguistry - "Miss Stephenson encloses circular..." - the other side includes: 'Royal College of Music, open scholarships letter; cover of leaflet 'A Summary of the Chief Arguments for and Against Marriage with a Deceased Wife's Sister; letter from Marriage Law Reform Association, 1883-1887
64'Suffrage Vs. Taxation' - broadside - 11 1/2"x 9 1/2" - 'From and article by Dr. Rossiter Johnson, quoted in The Unpopular Review' - "Don't Be Decieved by this Suffrage Slogan, 'Taxation Without Representation is Tyranny'. The Real Tyranny Would Be A Vote Based on Property"
65'Ask Legislature To Stand By Oath' - broadside - 13"x 11 1/2" - "Second Section of Anthony Amendment Give Congress Control of Suffrage" - letter to the Editor of The State, Columbia, SC - from an 'Alabamian'
66'Present, Proposed and Alternate Sections of Constitution and By-Laws of New York State League of Women Voters' - broadside - 40.5cm x 52cm - Provided Present Constitution included Articles I - VIII plus By-Laws - Provided Proposed Constitution included Article I - XIV and Alternation Sections not recommended by the committee but submitted for consideration
67'A Southern Woman Speaks Her Mind' - broadside - 11" x 17" - 'Our Men, God Bless Them, Superbly Brave Enough to Die for Us in France, Yet Not Good Enough to Vote for Us at Home! Oh, the Base Ingratitude of Some Women! Were you Represented, Suffragette on Flanders Field? - Men of the South, the 15th Amendment but Sleeps. No State Law can Control it. Let Well Enough Alone' - letter to the editor in the Macon Daily Telegraph
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1537Matchbook - color with black and red print - '1920 Women Win Right to Vote in United States' - Famous Dates in History - [Image: woman in white, speaking in crowd holding red flag] - signs in crowd: "Women Right to Vote"; "Votes for Women" - written inside cover: 23 Dec. 74(1974)
1537Playing Card - 'Votes for Women' - yellow and purple - [Queen of Hearts]
1538'Ladies' Notebook and Calendar' - 3 1/4" x 5 1/2", 32 pages - [cover image: woman smiling holding a picture frame around her head with the words "A Picture Of Health" written on the frame] - The calendar has been used and has pencil writing inside - World's Dispensary Medical Association and market's "Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets" to women specifically, 1903
1538Postage stamps - Sweden - booklet of 10 stamps - Kerstin Hesselgren portrait - Sverige 45, 1971
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1467'I'm Going to Make a Suffrage Speech' - 7"x 9" color print - [Image: cherub standing on a stump, holding a gavel and wearing a 'We Want The Vote' sash] - "I'm Going to Make a Suffrage Speech, To All the Folks Whom I Can Reach" - Art by C.E. Perry
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76Advertisement - 'Good Soldiers: The WAC - Women's Army Corps' - magazine clipping - [Image: woman in uniform in front of background of soldiers and airplanes] - illustration by Schlaikjer - 'Mine eyes have seen the glory….' - includes mail-in coupon
79Broadside - 'The Woman's Bible - Editor Elizabeth Cady Stanton - Carrie Chapman Catt, President of the National Suffrage Association, one of the Revising Committee' - "In the early nineties a group of leading Suffragists decided that the 'Christian Bible,' the Christian religion and the Christian ministry were the greatest obstacles to the spread of woman suffrage... This is the teaching of National Suffrage Leaders. Are you willing for women who hold these views to become political powers in our country?"
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2210Leaflet - 'Shaw Announcement' - 9.5cm x 8cm - 'Important Announcement Dr. Anna Howard Shaw will speak at Ebling's Casino, 136th St. and St. Ann's Ave. - Friday Eve'g - Admission Twenty-five cents - Reserved Section - Fifty cents - Boxes - Three Dollars - Tickets on sale at Woman Suffrage Party Headquarters Realty Building 406 East 149th Street' - printed one side, 1916 December 1
2210Ticket - 10.7cm x 5.2cm - 'Protest Mass Meeting Carnegie Hall - Monday, March 10 at 8pm - Suffragists beaten by New York Police while petitioning the President this week will tell their own story - Suffrage prisoners from Washington in convict garb will tell their experience servicing jail terms for liberty - Vida Milholland will sign prison ballads - admit one'
2211Flyer - 14cm x 21cm - one sided - 'Suffrage Rally! Under the auspices of the Concord Mass. Equal Suffrage League in the town hall, Concord on Thursday Evening at 8 o'clock Speakers: Miss Margaret Foley, Mr. Frank Pope of Leominister, Ex-Auditor of the Commonwealth, Band Concert at 7:30pm All Are Cordially Invited', 1915 March 11
2211Leaflet - sheet music - 'Suffrage Song' - 13cm x 20cm - two sided print - "Suffrage Song" to be sung to the tune of "America" on one side and the other sung to "Battle Hymn of the Republic" - by Julia Ward Howe
2212Membership form and card - The Women's Social and Political Union - cream colored stock card with black print
2213'Let Women Vote - National Women Suffrage Association 1919' - reproduction - broadside
2214'Woman Suffrage as a War Measure' - broadside - Public Interests' League of Massachusetts
2215Leaflet - cream card stock, folded - 'Bartholdi's Statue of "Liberty Lighting the World," Bedloe's Island, New York Harbor' - [Image on cover: photogravure of Statue of Liberty] - "The idea of liberty for Woman has become so prevailing, that even the stones cry out and take upon themselves the form of womanhood and proclaim 'Liberty Enlightening the World.' - Rosa Miller Avery"
2218High School Teaching Guide - National Women's Party, part of a High School Teaching Guide kit - 23 pages - 8 1/2" x 11"
2219'Where Were the Women?' - National Women's History Project, part of a High School Teaching Guide kit - 12 pages - 'A play by Nina James, Janet Ellen Bystrom, Dawn Briggs and Barb Virkus with aisstance from their teacher Cathy Nelson, at Fridley High School, Fridley, Minnesota'
2220Bookmarks - National Women's History Project, part of a High School Teaching Guide kit - 'An Extraordinary Century for Women - Now Imagine the Future!'
 

5. Articles and Periodicals

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51Atlantic Monthly, A Magazine of Literature, Art, and Politics; Volume XIII, January-June, 1864; Pgs. 1-780; Hardcover.
52Atlantic Monthly, A Magazine of Literature, Art, and Politics; Volume XVIII; July-December, 1866; Pgs. 1-772; Hardcover.
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226Atlantic Monthly; Number 114; Volume 19; April 1867; pgs. 25-512; softcover
227Harper's New Monthly Magazine; Number 33; February 1853; Volume 6; pgs. 289-428; no softcover
228Harper's New Monthly Magazine; Number 44; January 1854; Volume 8; pgs. 145-176 (part); no softcover
229Harper's New Monthly Magazine; Number 46; March 1854; Volume 8; pgs. 433-568; no softcover
230Harper's New Monthly Magazine; Number 47; April 1854; Volume 8; pgs. 577-720; no softcover
231Harper's New Monthly Magazine; Number 48; May 1854; Volume 8; pgs. 721-864; softcover; second set of pgs. 737-864 w/o softcover in sleeve
232Harper's New Monthly Magazine; Number 60; May 1855; Volume 10; pgs. 721-864; no softcover
233Harper's New Monthly Magazine; Number 64; September 1855; Volume 11; pgs. 433-574; softcover
234Harper's New Monthly Magazine; Number 71; April 1856; Volume 12; pgs. 577-718; no softcover
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61Harper's New Monthly Magazine; Number 73; June 1856; Volume 13; pgs. 1-144; softcover.
62Harper's New Monthly Magazine; Number 79; December 1856; Volume 14; pgs. 1-144; no softcover.
63Harper's New Monthly Magazine; Number 74; May 1857; Volume 14; pgs. 721-862; no softcover
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53Harper's New Monthly Magazine; Number 139; Volume 24, December 1861 to May 1862; pgs. 1-860; Hardcover; Signature: [?] Etter
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64Harper's New Monthly Magazine; Number 210; November 1867; Volume 35; pgs. 683-816; softcover
65Harper's New Monthly Magazine; Number 211; December 1867; Volume 36; pgs. 1-136; softcover
66Harper's New Monthly Magazine; Number 218; July 1868; Volume 37; pgs. 145-288; softcover
67Harper's New Monthly Magazine; Number 219; August 1868; volume 37; pgs. 289-432; softcover.
68Harper's New Monthly Magazine; Number 221; October 1868; volume 37; pgs 577-720; softcover
69Harper's New Monthly Magazine; Number 225; February 1869; Volume 38; pgs. 289-432; softcover
610Harper's New Monthly Magazine; Number 235; December 1869; Volume 40; pgs. 1-160; softcover
611Harper's New Monthly Magazines; Number 280; September 1873; Volume 47; pgs. 481-640; softcover
612Harper's New Monthly Magazine; Number 309; February 1876; Volume 52; pgs. 313-472; no softcover.
613Harper's New Monthly Magazine; Number 310; March 1876; Volume 52; pgs. 473-632; no softcover
614Harper's New Monthly Magazine; Number 311; April 1876; Volume 52; pgs. 633-792; softcover
615Harper's New Monthly Magazine; Number 313; June 1876; Volume 53; pgs. 1-160; softcover
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54Harper's New Monthly Magazine; Volume 62; December 1880 to May 1881; Pgs. 1-960; Hardcover [binding in bad shape]; Signature: J.A. O'Brien
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616Harper's New Monthly Magazine; Number 368; January 1881; Volume 62; pgs. 161-320; no softcover
617Harper's New Monthly Magazine; Number 370; March 1881; Volume 62; pgs. 481-640; softcover
618Harper's New Monthly Magazine; Number 371; April 1881; Volume 62; pgs. 641-800; no softcover
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55Harper's New Monthly Magazine; Volume 63; June 1881-November 1881; Hardcover [binding in bad shape]; Signature J.A. O'Brien
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619Harper's New Monthly Magazine; Number 386; July 1882; Volume 65; pgs. 163-322; softcover
620Harper's New Monthly Magazine; Number 392; January 1883; Volume 66; pgs. 165-324 no softcover, frontpiece: Harper and Brothers' List of Sumptuous and Entertaining Books Suited for Holiday Presents
621Harper's New Monthly Magazine; Number 572; January 1898; volume 96; pgs. 169-326; softcover
622Harper's New Monthly Magazine; Number 580; September 1898; Volume 97; pgs. 499-661; softcover
623Harper's New Monthly Magazine, No. 49; Volume 9; (part) pgs. 33-76.
624Harper's New Monthly Magazine; No. 50; Vol. 9; (part) pgs. 147-286
625Harper's New Monthly Magazine; No. 61; Vol. 11; (part) pgs. 3-144
626Harper's New Monthly Magazine; No. 70; Vol. 12 (part) pgs. 509-576
627Harper's New Monthly Magazine; No. 77; Vol. 13; (part) pgs. 533-700
628Harper's New Monthly Magazine; No. 90; Vol. 15 (part) pgs. 797-860
629Harper's New Monthly Magazine, No. 91; Volume 16; (part) pgs. 19-124.
630Metropolitan Grand Opera Magazine, Libretto - Les Contes d Hoffman (Tales of Hoffman); pgs. 1-59; softcover
631The New Monthly Magazine; Volume 1; Number 1; January 1871; pgs. 1-64; softcover.
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56The Nineteenth Century and After: A Monthly Review; Vol. LXI; January-June 1907; 1046 pgs.; hardcover
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632Petersons Ladies National Magazine; Volume 58; November 1870; softcover
633Newsweek Magazine, May 1, 1989; 84 pgs.; Cover: "The Battle Over Abortion; picture of Sandra Day O'Connor, Sandra Day O'Connor signature under her picture.; 27 x 20.5 cm 2010 Gifted
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OS 162The Woman's Journal--A Weekly Newspaper; Hoar, Hon. Geo. F. "Woman's Co-Operation Essential to Pure Politics; 4 pgs. 2010 Gifted
OS 163The Delineator, Jan 1910; pgs. 37, 38, 70; Daggett, Mabel Potter; "Suffrage Enters the Drawing Room."; 39 x 26 cm
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634Good Housekeeping, October 1919; pgs. 30, 31, 102, 105, 106, 109, 110; "When Women Get Together."; 29.5 x 20.5 cm
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OS 164Harper's Bazar, July 3, 1869; pg. 424; Illustration; Nast, Thomas; "Where's the Difference?"; [Image: Men and women at bar, in print under women 'All Wrong', in print under men 'All Right']
OS 165Harper's Weekly, May 15, 1869; pg. 312; Illustration; Bush, Charles G.; "Sorosis, 1869"; [Image: Women gathered in committee room, large poster reads: Sorosis Nominations, for Governess]
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OS 142Harper's Weekly, June 22, 1872, pg. 493; "Women's Rights in England;" [Article discussing the Woman's Disability Act in England, illustration titled: Women's Rights in England - Meeting in Support of "The Women's Disability Act." Illustration depicts men and women sitting and standing on a balcony.]
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635Harper's Weekly, July 25, 1914, back of cover page; Fisher, Katharine Rolston; "The 'Anti' Speaks."
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OS 143Harper's Weekly, October 9, 1915, pg. 349; Illustration; [Samuel E.] Chamberlain; "Chivalry" [Image: Man bowing to bound woman upper left, man pointing at woman wearing Votes for Women banner lower right, written lower left He: "Woman Suffrage will kill Chivalry!" She: "Is that a threat -- or a promise."]; 42 x 48 cm
OS 144Harper's Weekly, October 30, 1915, pg. 421; Illustration; Enright, W. J.; "Mending His Fences"; [Image: Man with Congress Man written on vest nails "Woman Suffrage" sign to fence as woman hands him nails.]; 32 x 38 cm
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OS 166Harper's Weekly, n.d., pg. 8; Brooks, Sydney, London Correspondent for Harper's Weekly; "The Conquest of the English Channel"; 38 x 24 cm
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636The Illustrated American, May 19, 1894, pgs. 577, 578; "Shall Women be Granted Full Suffrage?"; 30 x 22 cm
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OS 167The Ladies' Home Journal, January 1921, pgs. 20, 78, 81; Jordan, Elizabeth; "The Big Things for Women in Politics: Employ the Ballot Early and Often for Your Community's Betterment."; 34 x 26.5 cm
OS 168The Ladies' Home Journal, January 1921, pgs. 29, 30; "What Do the Women Want Now," pg. 29; Penfield, E. Jean Nelson; "The Twentieth Amendment," pg. 30, Article with decorations by Nat Little; [article is continued on pg. 102 which is not included]; 35 x 26 cm
OS 169Pictorial Review; Vol. XVI, No. 5, February 1915, pg. 3; Vance, Arthur T., ed.; "Let's Make a Law Against It"; 38 x 26 cm
OS 1610The Saturday Evening Post, October 9, 1915, pg. 24; "Votes for Women"; 35 x 27.5 cm
OS 1611Sunday Magazine, July 22, 1906; pgs. 3, 4; Thornton, Walter; "Woman's Progress in the 20th Century"; 36 x 25.5 cm
OS 1612Woman's Home Companion, November 1922, pg. 4; Richardson, Anna Steese; "Campaigning with Women Candidates"; 34 x 26 cm
OS 1613Unknown publication; November 1920, pg. 21; Roberts, Willa, "We're Voting Now And we few find that things are oh, so different! A pleasing picture of the frail enfranchised at home." Illustrated by George Wright; 39 x 26 cm
OS 1614Unknown publication, n.d., pgs. 7, 8; Cleveland, Grover, "Would Woman Suffrage be Unwise?,"; [Article by Ex-President of the US - Grover Cleveland.]; 39 x 26 cm
OS 1615Unknown publication, n.d, pgs. 23, 24; Tarbell, Ida M.; "Miss Tarbell"; Martin, Edward S.; "Mr. Martin"; [Wholesome analysis of the "Woman Question" on page 24 - on page 23 Mr. Edward S. Martin with views on women.]; 39 x 27.5 cm
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842Evans, J.B.; broadside; "Some Facts About Suffrage Leaders, A Case is No Stronger Than its Leaders... Lest we forget. Write your Representative in Congress and your Senators not to vote for Woman Suffrage."; 37 x 24 cm.
843Population Votes - Not Area; broadside; single sided; "Map and Statistics showing Suffrage in the United States - White, Equal Suffrage; Tinted, Partial Woman Suffrage; Black, Manhood Suffrage Only."; 22 x 54 cm.
844Hay, Mary Garrett; article; "Ideals of American Womanhood, the Political Woman." Harper's New Monthly, 1903; {Image: Mary Garrett Hay, seated.] 34 x 24 cm.
845Knobe, Bertha Damaris; article; "Votes for Women: An Object-Lesson."; pages 20-21, Harper's Weekly, 1908. [Images: World map showing suffrage, group photograph of "Suffragists who recently besieged Congress for the ballot."] 34 x 24 cm.
846The Illustrated American, June 30, 1894; pages 771-773; "Shall Women Be Granted Full Suffrage?" 31 x 23 cm.
847Harper's Weekly, 1908; p.11; "The Tribulations of the Suffragettes." [Accompanying photographs.] 34 x 24 cm.
848ERA Summit, article; summary; "The Equal Rights Amendment: Why the ERA Remains Legally Viable and Properly Before the States." 28 x 22 cm.
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OS 19Forest-Grove Independent, No. 12, Vol. 11, June 11, 1874; Washington County, Oregon; 4 pgs.; 60 x 46 cm.
OS 19The New Northwest, Vol. 1, No. 12, February 23, 1872; Portland, Oregon; 4 pgs.; 61 x 44 cm.
OS 19Public Ledger, Vol. XXIV, No. 106, January 26, 1848; Philadelphia; 4 pgs.; 57 x 43 cm.
OS 19New York Herald, February 2, 1913; Magazine Section; 1 pg.; "Sunday New York Herald's Woman Suffrage Letter Contest."; 56 x 41 cm.
OS 19New York Herald, February 9, 1913; Magazine Section; 1 pg.; "Sunday New York Herald's Woman Suffrage Letter Contest."; 56 x 41 cm.
OS 19New-York Weekly Tribune, Vol. IX, No. 35, Whole No. 451, May 4, 1850; New-York; 8 pgs.; 56 x 41 cm.
OS 19La Voix Des Femmes, Journal Quotidien, Socialiste et Politique, Organe des Inerets de Toutes, 1. Annee, No. 30, April 22, 1848; 4 pgs.; 46 x 32 cm.
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2Root, Elihu; broadside; "A Loss to All Women; An Injury to the State - Why Elihu Root Opposes Woman Suffrage - Mr. Root's Opinion."; 43 x 28 cm.
2Anti-Suffrage Notes, No. 169; broadside; "Mrs. Robert Lansing, wife of the Secretary of State, accepts position as Secretary of the National Anti-Suffrage Association; Elihu Root, America's greatest statesman, presides at big Anti-Suffrage meeting in Utica; Maine soldiers vote overwhelmingly against Woman Suffrage; Officers of Connecticut Suffrage Association refusing to join the 'Militants.'"
2Votes for All, broadside; [Quotes and letters from Carrie Chapman Catt, Susan B. Anthony, Mrs. Howard Gould, Anna Howard Shaw.]; "Suffrage Democracy Knows No Bias of Race, Color, Creed, or Sex; Mrs. Gould Speaks to Negro Voters; 'Lest Ye Forget' - Only 14 states for suffrage and 34 against. No need for undue haste or excitement." Handwriting: "These women are spending millions to unhorse the manhood of the South! They Shall Not Pass!"; 44 x 31 cm.
2Maryland Suffrage News, Vol. III, No. 1, April 4, 1914; 8 pgs.; bifold; 40 x 28 cm.
2Forman, Henry James, Harper's Weekly, 1908; pgs. 7-8; "The Most Eloquent Woman Living." [Image: Mrs. Philip Snowden.] "The Most Eloquent Woman in the World - Mrs. Philip Snowden, one of the noted leaders in the English movement for Woman Suffrage, who is visiting America."; 39 x 28 cm.
2Harper's Weekly, May 21, 1870, pgs. 325-326; Lucretia Mott, "William Lloyd Garrison."; [Image: Portrait illustrations.]; 39 x 28 cm.
2Woman's Home Companion, November, 1909, pgs. 21-22, 69-72; "Votes for Women - What They Look Like From the Inside - By a Denver Politician."; 40 x 28 cm.
2Barry, Richard, Ladies' Home Journal, November 1, 1910, 6 pgs.; "What Women Have Actually Done Where They Vote."; 40 x 28 cm.
2Clark, Brunson, McCall's Magazine, September 1910, pgs. 12-13; bifold; mounted on board; "Concerning Woman's Rights."; [Image: Portraits of Rev. Anna Howard Shaw, Mrs. Reginald Vanderbilt, Miss Alice Paul, Mrs. Clarence Mackay, Mrs. O.H. Belmont.]; 29 x 19 cm.
2New York Times Magazine, January 1, 1917; broadside; "Analysis of Woman Vote in 1916 Upsets Theories. Figures of Last Election Prove That it Posesses No Independent Political Power and Was Merely an Echo of Man's Vote."; 45 x 29 cm.
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3Le Petit Journal, Supplement Illustre, 21 Annee, No. 1.011, April 3, 1910; color; bifold; pgs. 105-112; Article on p. 106, "Un Truc des Suffragettes Anglaises."; [Image: Back page features color illustration of English Suffragettes in firefighters' uniforms marching next to a fire engine. Signs read 'Votes for Women' and 'Meeting at Albert Hall.']; 44 x 31 cm.
3Leslie's - The People's Weekly, November 7, 1912; cover; Illustration by Patrick J. Monahan; color; [Image: Woman in purple and gold riding in a car in a parade with megaphone and flag reading 'Votes for Women.']; 40 x 26 cm.
3Harper's Weekly, November 13, 1880, pgs. 723-724; "Women at the Polls."; Illustration by Howard Pyle; color; "Women at the Polls in New Jersey in the Good Old Times." [Image: Three women in a polling station watched by a group of men, all in Colonial dress.]; 39 x 26 cm.
3Callaway, James; Macon, Georgia, Telegraph, May 29; broadside; "The Equality Propaganda - Why This Hysteria? Only 14 states for suffrage and 34 against - 'A Prudent Man Foreseeth the Evil; the Simple Pass on and are Punished' -Proverbs."; 43 x 28 cm.
3Callaway, James; Macon, Georgia, Telegraph, January 8, 1918; broadside; "Will the States Consent to Blot the Stars from Old Glory, Leaving Only a Meaningless Square of Blue? - Then Beware of Federal Amendments Passed in 'War Times' when the Public Mind is Demoralized - A Message from the Old South to an United Nation of To-Day."; 40 x 28 cm.
3A Talk on the Tax Paying Woman; Broadside; "A Talk on the Tax Paying Woman - Vote No to Suffrage!"; 44 x 28 cm.
3Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, December 22, 1888, pgs. 319-320; Black and white; "Women at the Polls in Boston."; [Image: Women in line casting ballots into ballot box, and discussing their ballots before casting.]; 42 x 27 cm.
3Women's Political World; vol.1, no. 1, January 6, 1913; Newsletter; Cover; "The Women's Political World - Immediate Object Securing Woman Suffrage in New York State in 1915." [Image: Woman leading elephant, donkey, moose, and tiger with 'Suffrage Plank' ribbons toward Albany with 'Votes for Women' pennants.]; 37 x 29 cm.
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5The Woman's Journal, August 13, 1915; pgs. 255-262; bifold; "Woman's Journal and Suffrage News, Lucy Stone's Vision."; [Image: A woman looks out of window at a spotlit woman in white bearing a "Women's Suffrage" flag lending a hand to a seated woman carrying a heavy load.]; 47 x 32 cm.
5The Signal of Liberty, vol. 6, no. 11, whole no. 271, July 4, 1846; Ann Arbor, Michigan; bifold; 4 pgs.; 60 x 46 cm.
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1529Ingalls, Ethel - Article, 'A Congress of Famous Women' - 8 pages (217-224) disbound from a book - by Ethel Ingalls - Article talks about the Women's International Congress held in Washington last month, was notable for containing nearly all of the eminent living advocates of Woman Suffrage besides many other women famous for their labors in behalf of their sex - page 221 shows a picture of some leading delegates at the International Congress of Women
1530Pankhurst, Emeline - 'Why I Am A Militant' - pages 90-99 - 16 1/2cm x 24cm - disbound - by Emeline Pankhurst with many pictures - sections are: "Help from Outside", "Political Prisoners, not Criminals", "A Chronicle of Women Fighting", "Denied an Ancient Right", "The 'Hunger Strike' Weapon", "This Happened in England!", "Heroines of Devotion", "Birth of Aggressive Militancy", "A Policy of Postponement", and "War on the Government"
1531TV Guide - 'Forgotten Heroes" - clipping - article by Marcelle Clements about the Ken Burns documentary 'American Suffragists, Not for Ourselves Alone' , 1999 November 6
1532Munsey Magazine - 'An Interview with Mrs. Clarence Mackay on Woman Suffrage' - article 17cm x 25.3cm - 4 page article with photo of Mrs. Clarence Mackay, President of the Equal Franchise Society, formerly Miss Katherine Duer of New York - pages 30-34, 1909
1533'The Season of Good Intent' - article in 'The Graphic' - page 28 - features women at work including a 'woman pilot' and 'station mistress' , 1910 January 1
1534Good Housekeeping - 'The Making of a Militant' - article - pages 296-304 - by Emmeline Pankhurst, 1914
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22Collier's - 'The Woman Who Votes' - pages 14, 15 - 'Campaign Days in Denver. The First of Three Papers Showing the Western Woman Voter's Equal Interest in Jelly-making and Politics' - by Sarah Comstock, 1909
22Collier's - 'Soldiers and Suffragettes: A Play About Woman's Suffrage, and One Showing What Might Happen if England Were Invaded Tomorrow' - by Arthur Kuhl - page 23
22The Daily Graphic illustrated Newspaper - Vol. VI, No. 425 - London, Price One Penny, 1891 May 4
22Equal Rights - article - 22.5cm x 30.5cm, pages 101 to 112 - National Woman's Party, Washington, DC Vol. 27, No. 11 - Articles include 'The Star Still Shines', 'Bill of Rights Day'. Christmas song by Elizabeth S. Osgood - published monthly, Mrs. Arvey W. Wiley Editor, 1941 December
22The Graphic - An illustrated weekly newspaper - No. 2322 - Vol. LXXXIX, Saturday. - pages 960 - 1002, 1914 May 30
22Harper's Bazar - article, page 616 - 'Votes For Women' - by Ida Husted Harper - "The English Situation, Do Our Women Want To Vote, Women As Office-holders"
22Harper's Bazar - article, page 646 - 'Votes For Women' - by Ida Husted Harper - 'Summer and Autumn Campaigning, Political Work for Suffrage, National and State Work, Men's Suffrage Leagues, Triumph May Be Delayed'
22The Ladies' Home Journal - article, pages 15-16, 71-72 - 'Why I Do Not Believe In Woman Suffrage' - by Mrs. Humphrey Ward (British visitor to the U.S.)
22The Ladies Home Journal - article, page 56 - 'Before the American Woman Votes' - by Jessie Atkinson McGriff, 1910 April
22The Ladies' Home Journal - Vol. 27, No. 7 - article, pages 5,6 - 'Is Mrs. Goddard Alone in Her Position that Woman Suffrage in Colorado is a Failure?', 1911 April 1
22The Ladies Home Journal - article, page 24 - 'His Letters to His Mother - The Mother's Question This Time Is: What Is The Truth About Woman Suffrage?' , 1919 April
22The Ladies Home Journal - article, pages 11-12 - 'The Third Way In Woman Suffrage - by Margaret Deland - 'A Plan for a Possible Solution of a Vexing Problem' , 1913 January
22The Ladies' Home Journal - article, pages 27-28, 51-52 - 'The World of Busy Women - Suffragetting on the Chautauqua Circuit' - by Fola LaFollette, 1916 January
22The Ladies Home Journal - article, page 47 - 'Two New Cabinet Members And An Assistant Secretary of Labor: A Woman - That Is What Women Who Vote Want and What They Intend To Get' - by Anna Howard Shaw, 1919 April
22The Ladies Home Journal - article, pages 8-9 - 'Women Voters Won't Stand For Partisan Slander and Abuse - They Put Over Beveridge and Pinchot Against the Men's Orders--Most of Them Care Less for Party Lines Than for Good Government' - by Charles A. Selden, 1922 August
22The Ladies Home Journal - article, pages 17, 68, 70, 72, 75 - "Causes and Their Champions: Woman Suffrage and its 'Napoleon' - Susan B. Anthony" - by M.A. DeWolfe, 1926 April
22Life magazine - 'Women Arise: The Revolution That Will Affect Everybody- Fifty years ago women got the vote' - cover is a duplicate of the October 28, 1920 - [Image: Lady Liberty shaking the hand of a woman with a ballet - captioned: "Congratulations"] , 1970 September 4
22The Saturday Evening Post - article, pages 13-16, 53-54, 56-57 - 'The Woman With Empty Hands: The Evolution of a Suffragette', 1915 January 25
22The Saturday Evening Post - article, pages 19-22, 53-56 - 'Suffragizing Tammany' - by Mary Isabel Brush, 1913 November 22
22The Saturday Evening Post - article, pages 3-4, 77-82 - 'Adventures In Politics' - by Elizabeth Frazer, 1923 December 22
22Votes for Women - magazine - 26cm x 34.5cm, 12 pages - 'The magazine that won Equal Suffrage in Washington' Vol. 1, No. 11, Seattle, Washington - [cover image: Uncle Sam holding baby 'Washington' with babies 'Wyoming, Utah, Idaho, Colorado' nearby - showing 3 women, Mrs. Arkwright Hutton, Mrs. Goerge A. Smith, Mrs. Mackay] - 'Uncle Sam's Newest Girl Baby - He Has Five Daughters Now', 1910 December
22Woman's Home Companion, Vol. 36, No. 10 - Pages 5, 6 - article - 'Our Own Page' - 'If I Had A Vote, I Would _', 1909 October
22Woman's Home Companion - article, page 12 - 'When Is A Vote Not A Vote?' - by Marjorie Schuler, 1921 April
22The Woman's Journal, vol. 39, no. 3 - 34.5cm x 49cm, pages 9-12 - Articles include: 'Awaking', 'Editorial Notes', 'Taft on Labor Unions', 'College and Alumnae', 'Michigan Suffrage Hearing', 'A Cat Photographer', 'More Testimony from Australia', and 'Concerning Women', 1908 January 18
22Woman's Journal and Suffrage News, Vol. 47, No. 48 - 32cm x 46.5cm, pages 376 to 384 - Articles include 'Sex Barrier Is Gone in Holland', 'Slogan "Ballots for Both" Wins', 'Express Congress To Favor Vote', 'What About the Expense of this Election?', 'Election in Iowa May Be Annulled', 'Democratic Prejudice Against Federal Action Melting Away', 'Grange has not one "Nay" voice', 'The Press on Jeanette Rankin' - cartoon 'Ballots for Both' by Fredrikke S. Palmer, 1916 November 25
22Woodhull & Claflin's Weekly, vol. 5, no. 12, Whole No. 116, New York - 30cm x 41.5cm, 16 pages - 'Progress! Free Thought! Untrammeled Lives! - Breaking the Way for Future Generations' - articles include 'Christianity vs. Republicanism'; 'Propositions in Sexual Science'; The Freedom of the Press and the Social Question'; Capital Punishment'; What Are Civil Rights, And Who Are Entitled To Them?', 1873 February 22
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248Article - 'Colby Signs Suffrage Proclamation - Suffrage Amendment to Constitution is Proclaimed Ratified ' - The Augusta Herald - 2 pages, laminated - lead article 'Secretary signs Document at his home at 8 o'clock, Thursday Morning - Announcement Disappoints Group of Suffrage Workers Who Wanted to See Event', 1920 August 26
249Article - Fort Wayne Journal Gazette - 'Suffrage Amendment Passes Senate - Action by Congress End Fight Lasting 40 Years - Susan B. Anthony Resolution Adopted By Vote of 56 to 25; To States for Ratification by Legislatures; Three-fourths Needed Loudly Applauded in the Galleries - Signature not Necessary', 1919 June 5
2410Article - The Washington Times, No. 7742 - 16 pages - 'Inaugural Throngs Cheer Suffrage Parade - Arrival of Wilson is Eagerly Awaited by 250,000 Visitors - Ten Thousand Women March Down Avenue in Fight for Ballot' - pictures of women in costume - also roster and route of Suffrage Pageant - section torn in half, 1913 March 3
 

6. Artifacts

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7NARAL Pro-Choice Delegate Democratic Convention '96; green colored badge with no back clip; 5 x 7 cm
7Celebrate 98 Seneca Falls New York 1998 - July 1998 - Celebrating the 150th Anniversary of the First Women's Rights Convention; White background, purple letters, magnet; 5 x 8.5 cm
7Votes For Women; Lapel Pin, red letters on white background, green border, 4 green stars; 2 cm in diameter
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OS 16Votes for Women; Hat Band, yellow felt band with black lettering; c. 1915; 59 x 3.7 cm
OS 16Women's Anti-Suffrage Association of Massachusetts - Mrs. John Balch, President and Mrs. Charles P. Strong, Secretary - Vote no on Woman Suffrage, November 2, 1915; Cardboard fan on wood stick; fan 20 cm in diameter
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1Suffragette Coppette Who Would Resist Arrest?; Orange felt pennant with white lettering; [Image: woman in blue tinted police uniform with dog chained to her]; 70 cm long x 28 cm at widest point at top
1Votes for Women; Yellow felt pennant with black letters; 49 cm long x 20 cm at widest point at top
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OS 16The Women's Liberation Movement Mobile; Black with white print
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7Georgia Women's Movement Project, Georgia State University, Flame with ERA.; Pin, pewter; [The Georgia Women's Movement Project was initiated by Lucy Hargrett Draper at GSU in 1996 in the Library's Special Collections Department]; 3 cm in diameter
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OS 16We Won't Go Back! We Will Fight Back! March for Women's Lives, Washington, DC April 5, 1992; Parade Sash; White with purple print; [Worn by Doris Miller Hargrett during March on Washington, D.C., 1992.]; 140 x 6 cm
OS 16We Won't Go Back! We Will Fight Back! March for Women's Lives, Washington, DC April 5, 1992; Parade Sash; White with purple print; [Worn by Lucy Hargrett Draper during March on Washington, D.C., 1992]; 140 x 6 cm
OS 16Honored Guest; Sash; Gold with purple print; 158 x 7 cm
OS 16Celebrate International Women's Day March 8, 1995; Ribbon, yellow with purple lettering; 16 x 4 cm
OS 16Celebrate International Women's Day March 8, 1995; Ribbon, yellow with purple lettering; 16 x 4 cm
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849Women of the American Revolutionary Era; coin in case; bronze; "United States Capitol Historical Society - 1985 Medal."; 10 x 7 cm
850Women of the American Revolutionary Era; coin in case; bronze; "United States Capitol Historical Society - 1985 Medal." 10 x 7 cm
860Sewall-Belmont House, magnet; purple; "Equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any state on account of sex." [Image: Suffragette with flag in front of Sewall-Belmont House.]; 9 x 5 cm.
861Votes for Women, tea towel; Purple print on white with border; "Votes for Women" repeated in script; The Preservation Society of Newport County, Newport, Rhode Island; 68 x 41 cm.
862Purple-Yellow-White sash; modern reproduction; 10 cm. wide
863Sewall-Belmont House, quill pen and ink; while goose feather; powdered ink; "Historic America - Authentic goose quill pen with powdered writing ink handcrafted for Sewall-Belmont House, Washington, D.C."; 30 cm
867Ms. Playing Cards, deck of cards; Black and yellow; 1975; [Image: Woman marching with "Votes for Women" sign.]; 9 x 6 cm.
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OS 17ERA YES flag; green and white, green fringe on bottom; "ERA YES"; 67 x 63 cm.
OS 17ERA banner; green and white; "ERA YES [logo] - ERA Countdown - June 30th, 1982"; 133 x 267 cm.
OS 17Votes for Women hat band; paper; yellow and black; "Votes for Women"; 9 cm. wide
OS 17Votes for Women pennant; felt; black on yellow; c.1910; "Votes for Women."; 20 x 38 cm.
OS 17Anti-Suffrage pennant; felt; white on red and black; "Anti Suffrage."; 28 x 59 cm.
OS 17Woman Suffrage Party pennant, felt; yellow and black; "Votes for Women"; [Image: 'The Suffragist Arousing her Sisters' statue in black field.]; 29 cm.
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OS 18Am I not a Woman and a Sister; token; framed; [Image: Kneeling enslaved woman in chains pleading with hands clasped "Am I Not a Woman and a Sister - 1838," Reverse side: Laurel wreath with "Liberty 1838 - United States of America." The N in United is backwards.] Token 3 cm., Frame 26 x 26 cm.
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3Women's Suffrage March and Mass Meeting souvenir; Tissue paper; Color print; "Souvenir of the Women's Suffrage March and Mass Meeting at the Albert Hall, Saturday, June 13. Embankment - 2:30 PM. Albert Hall - 4 PM. - Speakers- Lady Henry-Somerset, Lady Frances Balfour, Mrs. Fawcett, Mrs. Anna Shaw, Mrs. Despard."; [Image: Portrait of Lady Henry Somerset in center, edged by greenery with Union Jack and Royal Standard flags.]; 36 x 40 cm.
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4Clement, Percival, Governor; Proclamation, single sided; "State of Vermont - A Proclamation."; [Governor Clement states his position regarding the radification of the 19th Amendment and its effect on changing the Constitution of Vermont.]; 41 x 28 cm.
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OS 20Richmond, George, portrait of Harriet Beecher Stowe; lithograph; black and white; matted; [inscribed on attached slip of paper] "H.B. Stowe to Rev. Beecher and Sady."; 51 x 41 cm.
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91One Woman, One Vote - videotape; PBS Video, 1995
92The Equal Rights Amendment - Unfinished Business for the Constitution - videotape; Alice Paul Centennial Foundation, Inc., and National Woman's Party (2 copies), 1998
93Give the Ballot to the Mothers - Songs of the Suffragettes - videotape; Francis Wolff, William J. Burling and Southwest Missouri State University, 1996
94Frederick Douglass's Greatest Speeches - audiotape; Fred Morsell, TBM Records, 1995
95Equality - A History of the Women's Movement in America - videotape; Schlessinger Video Productions, 1996
96Welcome to the Jeanette Rankin Foundation - videotape; Jeanette Rankin Foundation, 1997
97Alice Paul - "We Are Arrested Of Course!" - videotape; Eph Productions, 1995
98Votes for Women - videotape; Wild West Women, Inc., 1996
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10Jazz, A film by Ken Burns - videotape; PBS Home Video; 8 tapes, 2000
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VB 11Jeanette Rankin Foundation; ceramic mug; black print on white
VB 12Votes for Women; reproduction cup; ceramic; white with blue
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VB 2Votes for Women; ceramic cup and saucer; white with blue; "Votes for Women"; John Maddock and Sons - England; [Reputed to be owned by Alva Belmont Sewall]
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VB 3Cat figurine; porcelain; blue-green; "Votes for Women."
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1535Trade Cards - set of sixteen (16) - designed by Charlotte Perkins (Gilman) - in color - Kendall Mfg. Co., Providence R.I. - Curtis Davis & Co. - Four for Curtis Davis & Co.: "Welcome Soap", and twelve for Kendall Mfg. Co.: "Soapine French Laundry Soap"
1536Notecards - Charlotte Perkins Gilman - six color cards, 2 3/4" x 4" - cards include: woman in dress and apron with sunflower around her head; gardening woman carrying a bucket with a yellow flower for a bonnet; child with a pink flower around her head, holding a doll; woman in dark, plain dress with purple flower around her head; woman in dress with pink flower around her head, holding leaves; woman standing in water with white lily for a dress
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161Lapel pin - small - 'Votes for Women' with six gold stars - trimmed in gold and lettering in gold - back reads: National Equipment Co.
162Lapel pin - small - 'Votes for Women - 1915' printed in blue - gold sunrise against white background - blue outline (3 pins)
163Lapel pin - small - gold background with 'Votes For Women printed in black
164Lapel pin - small - white background with "Anti Suffrage" printed in black along edges - center of pin is a red circle
165Pin - 'Votes for Women - WSPU' in purple, green and white - Women's Social and Political Union pin
166lapel pin - small - 'National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies - Constitutional Non Party' - enamel in red, green and white with gold lettering
167Lapel pin - 'National Junior Suffrage Corps' - green and yellow with tree image - in green around border: 'National Junior Suffrage Corps - Youth Today Tomorrow Power'
168Pin - enamel - 'Women's Suffrage' in gold on white border- red flower in center with green leaves - white and green border trimmed in gold
169Lapel Pin - 'Votes For Women' - 10 stars printed in navy blue on gold
1610Lapel Pin - 'Votes for Women - June 5th' printed in black on gold background - 'Local No. 4, Union Label, Amalgamated Lithographers of America Chicago' printed on back
1611Lapel Pin - small - 'Vote YES on Woman Suffrage' - green background with white circle in center - 'YES' printed on a white circle - 'Vote on Woman Suffrage' printed on green edges - 'Woman's Political Union, 25 West 45th Street, New York City. Whitehead & Hoag Co. Newark, N.J.' printed on back
1612Lapel Pin - small - 'Vote NO on Woman Suffrage' - pink background with white circle in center - 'NO' printed on a white circle - 'Vote on Woman Suffrage' printed on pink edges - 'Bastion Bros. Co. Mfrs of Ribbon Metal and Celluloid Novelties. Rochester, NY' printed on back
1613Lapel Pin - small - 'Vote Citizenship Suffrage Amendment' - printed in blue on red and white background - "E" in red in center - 'National Woman Suffrage Pub. Co., Inc., New York' printed on back
1614Pin - enamel - 'Votes for Women' - 1" rectangle - green, white and purple horizontal bands - 'Votes for Women' in black
1615Pin - 1 1/4" circular - 'Friendship Flyers' - [Image: Amelia Earhart, Lou Gordon, Wimer Stultz] - photograph of three in black and white on celluloid
1616Pin - medal form - 'WCTU - Equality' - silver pin with 'WCTU' on top section, 'Equality' in a wreath on bottom section - Woman's Christian Temperance Union
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171Lapel pin - 3/4" round - blue and white - white center keystone shape reads 'Penna Votes for Women' (2 pins), 1915
172Lapel pin - 3/4" round - white and blue - blue center keystone shape reads 'Penna Votes for Women', 1915
173Lapel pin - 1/2" round - white background with gold letters 'Votes for Women - Indiana' (2 pins)
174Lapel pin - 1/2" round - gold pin with black letters 'I'm A Voter'
175Lapel pin - 1" round - white pin with black lettering 'Don't Let It Suffer' - cartoon of woman singing by R.L. Goldberg
176Lapel pin - 1/2" round - white background with pink dot in center - black lettering 'Opposed to Woman Suffrage' - (2 copies)
177Lapel pin - 1" round - pink pin with white dot in center - black lettering 'Vote No on Woman Suffrage' - (2 copies)
178Lapel pin - 3/4" round - white pin with red dot in center - black lettering 'Anti-Suffrage'
179Ribbon with pin - 1" gold pin - black lettering 'Votes for Women' - gold ribbon - black lettering 'California and Nevada'
1710Ribbon with pin - 1/2" purple and green pin with 'WPU' attached to two ribbons, one with purple letters 'Women's Political Union' and one with green letters 'Votes for Women'
1711Flower and ribbon - yellow flower with gold ribbon with 'Votes for Women' in blue
1712Flower and ribbon - pink posy with black and white picture - ribbon reads 'Cast My First Vote at a Municipal Election in the Red Rose City for Kennedy and the Straight Republican Ticket, November 8th', 1921
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181Pin with Ribbon - 1 1/4" round - 'O.S.C.' (Overseas Suffrage Club) with American and British flags on pin flag - purple, white, yellow ribbon - Back reads: 'Women's Political Union 46 E. 29th St., N.Y.City'
182Lapel Pin - 2cm round - 'Women's Apparel Unit - Women's Oversea Hospitals, USA' - red, white and blue - Nurse standing in white uniform with flags of Britain, France, and America behind her - (3 pins)
183Pin - 1" round - blue and white - 'W.S.A.' - attached to white and purple ribbons in flower shape
184Badge with pin - 'Franchise Demonstration' - 4"x2" black metal, oval with Glasgow crest - at the top is the initials 'GLA' (Glasgow Liberal Association), 1884
185Lapel pin - 1/2" round - gold background with 'Equal Suffrage' and 6 stars in blue
186Lapel pin with ribbon - navy blue pin with 'Votes for Women' printed in white - ribbon is 4 1/2"x 2", white - American flag with "There is room for another star" printed in blue
187Badge with Ribbon - 'National Suffrage Convention Delegate' - badge has name 'Alise Morgan Wright, New York - ribbon is yellow with black letters., 1915
188Badge with ribbon - 'Women's League' - 4cm x 23cm - white ribbon with blue lettering - silver pin at the top reading 'Pilgrimage to Boston'
189Ribbon - '6.5cm x 13cm - 'N.Y.W.S.A. 26th Annual Convention Ithaca 1894 Souvenir of the 600,000 Petition' - gold ribbon with black lettering, 1894
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191Coins, Australia - (5) $1 coins - 2003 - 'Centenary of Women's Suffrage' commemoration; (5) 50 cent coins - 1982 - Commonwealth Games commemoration; (5) 50 cent coins - 2002; (5) 50 cent coins- 2004, 1982-2004
192Deck of cards in box - 'Panko' or 'Votes for Women' - 'The Great Card Game Suffragists vs Anti-Suffragists' - Pictures by E.T. Reed of 'Punch'
193Deck of cards in box - 'Women Who Dare' - collection of 'knowledge cards' - Library of Congress
194Deck of cards in box - 'Women Writers' - collection of 'knowledge cards' - Library of Congress
195Statuette - 'The Suffragette 1908-1917' - pewter cast of woman in march with flag, sash, leaflets - 'The Parade of The American People' series - Saturday Evening Post - Information brochure included, 1978
196Silver spoon - 'National Woman Suffrage Convention' - small, silver souvenir spoon - handle features vignettes of Philadelphia, William Penn, Independence Hall, Liberty Bell, and banner reading 'Liberty, Equality, Unity', 1912
197'Rise Suffragettes' - plastic - shape around woman in hat, words on top - has a hole at the top with a ring in it
198Commemorative coin - portraits of Elzabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony, '125th Anniversary' on front - 'NOW - National Organization for Women' on back - 'Franklin Mint Proof', 1976
199Hatchet shaped pin - 'Carrie A. Nation' on handle - head is mother of pearl with gemstone
1910Medallion - 1 1/4" round - 'Frances E. Willard Memorial Medal' - with her profile on front - back reads: "I solemnly promise, God helping me to abstain from all alcoholic liquors including wine, beer and cider, and to use all right means to end the drink habit and liquor traffic"
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231Sash - 'Votes for Women' - 12.5cm x 215cm - yellow with "Votes for Women" in black
232Sash - 'Votes for Women' - 21" x 4" - grosgrain cloth in purple, green and white stripes - lettering on both sides - hook sewn in at one end to latch to a belt
233Sash - 'Women's Overseas Service League' - blue felt sash with gold embroidered letters - 10cm x 83cm
234Metal Bird Shade Pull - 'Votes for Women Nov. 2' - 11" - thin metal cutout blue and yellow bird - reads 'Votes for Women Nov. 2 - Mass. Woman Suffrage Assn. - Gertrude H. Leonard, Teresa A. Crowley'
235Ribbons - 'Women Vote in Norway' - 25cm x 5cm each piece - two pieces of cream colored ribbon with black print 'Women Vote in Norway'
236Pennant - 'Votes for Women' - yellow with black lettering - thin woven cloth
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20Hatchet wall hanging - black cast iron - profile of Carrie Nation in head - handle reads 'All Nations Welcome but Carrie'
20Doll - 'Little Suffragist Doll' - 14" x 4 1/2" - yellow, orange, and brown stuffed cloth doll - with 'Votes for Women' ribbon on her chest, cloth tag reads, 'Little Suffragist Doll - Reproduced from the Collection of the Cincinnati Art Museum. Original gift of Mrs. Rosemary Frey Rogers'
20Doll - 'Young Susan B. Anthony Doll' - 14 3/4" x 5" - plastic - wearing a purple dress and a colorful flowered brooch - standing on a round grey stand
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241Window Shade Pull - 'Votes for Women Nov. 2' - 13 1/2" x 24 1/4 - blue and yellow metal cutout bird - mounted on window shade and matted to appear to be in a window overlooking Suffrage parade
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282'The Home of the Suffragette' - framed drawing, conte on toned paper - signed Bayard Jones - [Image: woman with fists raised looking down at a man on the floor with a black eye, hand raised] - on the back: "Life" January 28, 1910, 'The Home of the Suffragette'
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231Framed portrait - Susan B. Anthony and her sister commemorating Susan B. Anthony's 85th Birthday - 14" x 11 1/2" x 3 1/2" - tinted picture of Susan B. Anthony and sister on her 85th birthday in Rochester, NY - Commemorative - matted in pink oval with ornate frame - Portrait by G.A. Woodworth, Copyright 1905
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VB 4Inkwell - 9cm tall - stoneware, high glaze - Royal Doulton Glazed Stoneware - woman scowling with arms folded, "Votes for Women" stamped on apron - markings on bottom: '1919 H2, Re No 546208 Royal Doulton'
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VB 5Bell - white porcelain - 10cm - two sided - one side says "This one shall have a Vote" - young woman with gold necklaces - other side says "Votes for Women" older woman with bonnet and blue ribbon (looks like a man) with the coat of arms 'City of Bangor' - marking inside: 'A&S Stoke on Trent - Arcadian China'
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VB 6Ceramic cat - porcelain - 8cm tall - thin blue glaze - written on base: 'I Want My Vote'
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VB 7Ceramic dog - porcelain - 8.5cm tall - thin blue glaze, red tongue - written on base: 'Votes for Women'
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VB 8Ceramic bust - porcelain - 8.5cm - two sided woman - one side young with green heart necklace and words: 'She shall have the votes' - other side old hag holding umbrella with bonnet reading: 'Votes for Women' - East Stonehouse crest - marked on bottom: 'Swan China, England - Rd. No. 522477'
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VB 9Ceramic cat vase - porcelain - 13cm - black cat with tail upright wearing green and purple bow - written on base: "I want my vote!'
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VB 10Ceramic statuette - painted porcelain - 15cm - screaming Black woman in underwear, holding large club and sign reading: 'Votes for Women' - written on base: 'Suffragette'
VB 10Ceramic statuette - painted porcelain bottle - 15cm - English policeman holding his hand up with long, extended arm - hand comes off with cork attached - written on red base: 'Stop the Vote' - made in Germany
VB 10Enameled cup - 10cm high, 9cm round - white enamel with blue, gold and red designs, portrait of the Queen, Buckingham Palace, the English crest, '1837' and '1897'
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VB 11Ceramic pitcher - 13cm high - blue and copper - black images and writing on two sides -one side: 'No Corn Bill Universal Suffrage Habeas Corpus' with image of scroll of the Bill of Rights - other side: 'Annual Parliament and Vote by Ballot - Henry Hunt, Esqr. - The Great Champion of Reform' portrait in naval scene - [several poorly repaired cracks]
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VB 12Ceramic pitcher - 10" tall, 8" wide - blue and green on white - two sides - one side: woman in profile, hair up in a work hat, in front of a lighthouse with pick and shovel - reading 'Suffrage Universal' - other side: profile of man in uniform and hat surrounded by tools - reading 'Suffrage Universal' - bottom inscribed 'HP, 4'
 

7. Editorial Cartoons

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851Sambourne, Linley; single sided; black and white; "The Militant Sex. - Mr. Haldane (thinking territorially) 'Ah! If only I could get the men to come forward like that!'"; [Image: Disgruntled general watches over women marching in Suffrage parade.]; Punch, of The London Charivari, June 24, 1908; 27 x 21 cm.
852Sambourne, Linley; single sided; black and white; "Leap Year; or, the Irrepressible Ski."; [Image: Woman holding flag reading "Votes for Women' jumps with skis marked 'Agitation' on the bottoms.]; Punch, of The London Charivari, January 1, 1908; 27 x 21 cm.
853Leech, John, cartoon; U.K.; 4 pp.; 8 images; black and white; "Ladies of Creation - The Drawing Room; The Dining Room; Shopping; A Quiet Smoke; Popping the Question; A Poser; The Band at St. James's Palace; Efficiency of the Police in What is Vulgarly Called a 'Jolly Row'."; [Image: women in various settings doing traditionally male activities.]; Bradbury, Agnew and Company, originally printed in Punch, 1851-1853.
854Stampa, Giorgio Loraine, cartoon, U.K. p. 388; "Man of the World (lighting up). 'We'll 'ave to give it to 'em, I expect, Chorlie!'"; [Image: two young boys lighting cigarettes and chatting talking as a "Votes for Women" parade passes by, barely noticed.] Punch, or the London Charivari, November 30, 1910; 15 x 18 cm.
855Enright, Walter J. cartoon, black, blue, white; "The Condescending Man." [Image: Older man leaning on ballot box talking down to woman tied to a chair.] Harper's Weekly (cover), August 14, 1915; 32 x 19 cm.
856Gibson, Charles Dana, cartoon, magazine cover; black and yellow; "Congratulations,"; [Image: Lady Liberty shaking the hand of a woman with a ballot.]; Life (cover), October 28,1920; 28 x 22 cm.
857Leech, John, cartoon; tinted engraving; 2 pp.; "Progress of Bloomerism, or a Complete Change."; 1852; [Image: Women in suit coats and ties with bloomers to their shoe tops shown in traditionally male roles around the house. The second page, "Progress of Bloomerism" tells the story.] 21 x 31 cm.
858Probably the Next Absurdity, cartoon; tinted engraving; p.13; "Probably the Next Absurdity in Ladies Winter Costumes."; [Image: Woman outside whig shop with barristers robe and whig on. Reverse side has cartoon titled "Helpful Hints to Young Barristers."] 18 x 12 cm.
859Partridge, Bernard (after Sir Edward Burne-Jones), cartoon, black and white; "King Cophetua and the Beggar-maid. The King (Mr. Asquith) 'This beggar-maid shall be my queen - that is, if there's a general feeling in the country to that effect.'"; [Image: Prime Minister H.H. Asquith sits on steps in a suit of armor - helmet with the tag reading 'Female Suffrage' - and looks sternly at a woman with a bell and flag reading 'Votes for Women' who glares back at him.] Punch, or the London Charvari, January 3, 1908; 27 x 20 cm.
864Partridge, Bernard, cartoon, color; "Votes for Men and Women. John Bull, 'And what is this Robust Child?' Nurse Asquith, 'Well, sir, it's certainly not a girl, and I very much doubt if it's a boy."; [Image: Prime Minister H.H. Asquith dressed as nurse holding baby marked 'Franchise Bill' looks at seated John Bull looking up from his newspaper.]; Punch, or the London Charvari, June 26, 1912; 27 x 20 cm.
865Raven-Hill, Leonard, cartoon, black and white; "In the House of Her Friends. To think that, after all these years, I should be the first martyr."; [Image: Robed woman (Lady Liberty) holding a scroll marked 'Woman's Suffrage' looks at women wielding hammers at a Suffrage march.]; Punch, or the London Charvari, March 13, 1912; 27 x 20 cm.
866Sambourne, Edward Linley, cartoon, black and white; "The Angel in 'The House' or, the Result of Female Suffrage. (A Troubled Dream of the Future)."; [Image: A woman in suit with long bloomers stands and speaks up at Parliament. A top hat and knitting (sock reading 'Blue') sits next to her.]; Punch, or the London Charvari, June 14, 1884; 27 x 20 cm.
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4Swain, Joseph; cartoon; single sided; tinted engraving; "The General Election in England - A Deputation on the Subject of Woman's Rights."; [Image: A long line of women at the polls, each with different printed guides, asking a man questions while his frustrated clerk watches.]; 25 x 34 cm.
4Harper's Weekly, May 16, 1868, pgs. 319-320; 2 panels; "How It Would Be, If Some Ladies Had Their Own Way."; [Image: Left side shows men taking care of babies and sewing, Right side shows women outside smoking.]; 40 x 29 cm.
4Harper's Bazar, June 12, 1869, pgs. 379-380; single panel; black and white; "The Dove-Cot. 'In the midst of the reign of the Girl of the Period, with her slang and her boldness, we come every now and then upon a group of good girls of the real old type - doves who are content with life as they have it in a dove-cot.' Saturday Review."; [Image: Women sewing and taking care of children while a man rests in an armchair.]; 26 x 39 cm.
4The Graphic, May 25, 1872; single panel; black and white; "Women's Rights - A Meeting at the Hanover Square Rooms."; [Image: group portrait behind the lectern showing Mrs. Fawcett, Mrs. Mark Pattison, Mrs. Ernestine Rose, Miss Lydia E. Becker, Miss Rhoda Garrett with a large group of people awaiting a presentation.]; 29 x 41 cm.
4Nast, Thomas; Harper's Weekly, February 17, 1872, pg. 140; single panel; black and white; "'Get Thee Behind Me, (Mrs.) Satan!' - Wife (with heavy burden). 'I'd rather travel the hardest path of Matrimony than follow your footsteps.'"; [Image: Woman carrying two babies and a drunken man on her back walks a path on a mountain top while a woman devil with horns offers her a paper reading 'Be Saved by Free Love.']; 40 x 29 cm.
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OS 20Nast, Thomas; Harper's Weekly, February 17, 1872, pg. 140; single panel; black and white; matted; "'Get Thee Behind Me, (Mrs.) Satan!' - Wife (with heavy burden). 'I'd rather travel the hardest path of Matrimony than follow your footsteps.'"; [Image: Woman carrying two babies and a drunken man on her back walks a path on a mountain top while a woman devil with horns offers her a paper reading 'Be Saved by Free Love.']; 40 x 29 cm., 51 x 41 cm., mounted.
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5Ogden, H.A.; Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, December 20, 1879, pgs. 275-278; bifold; black and white; "Massachusetts - Woman suffrage in the Bay State - Scenes at the polls in Cambridge, December 2d., and Boston, December 9th, During the municipal elections, when women were permitted to vote for the school boards."; [Image: seven scenes of women casting ballots, women going into polling places, canvassers approaching women, and the enforcement of no smoking at the polls.]; 56 x 39 cm.
5Ogden, H.A.; Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, December 20, 1879, pgs. 275-278; bifold; color tinted; Matted; "Massachusetts - Woman suffrage in the Bay State - Scenes at the polls in Cambridge, December 2d., and Boston, December 9th, During the municipal elections, when women were permitted to vote for the school boards."; [Image: seven scenes of women casting ballots, women going into polling places, canvassers approaching women, and the enforcement of no smoking at the polls.]; 56 x 39 cm.
5Taylor, C.J.; Puck (German edition), 1896; bifold; color print; "Die buckt fich nicht vor dem hut!" (She does not bend over in front of the hat!); [Image: Angry older woman in ornate dress marked "fashion" scowls at a woman in plain brown suit and straw hat marked "New Woman" while she points at an Easter bonnet atop a maypole with adoring women underneath. The "New Woman" is crossing her arms and walking away.]; 52 x 35 cm.
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1539'Should Auld Acquaintance' - cartoon - by Tony Sarg - The Tatler, No. 340 - [Image: Suffragette speech getting interrupted by fireworks], 1908 January 1
1540'Suffragist - Feminist Ideal Family Life' - cartoon - 9" x 7" - black and white single sided sheet - Rooster is sitting on eggs with words: "Why Ma These eggs will get all cold - Hen is leaving she is wearing a sash that has the words: 'Votes for Women' and she is saying 'Set on them yourself old man, My Country Calls Me'"
1541'The Way You'll Come Home in the Soon To Arrive New Woman Days' - cartoon - 18cm x 24.5cm - one sided, color - [Image: bleary eyed, red nosed woman in pants and disheveled suit trying to get the key in the door - smirking moon is up] - 'The way you'll come home in the soon-to-arrive new-woman days - Damfine jus' whaz is a mazzer o'me - Can't manage, no how, to turn zis dam key! Zat husban' o'mine I'm (hic) 'fraid'll raise Ned, When he see I've come home viz anozzer swelled head'
1542Punch, or the London Charivari - cartoon by Bertram Prance - 'Rag-Time In The House' - single sided - "'Suffrage Free & Easy Go as you Please' banner hangs over men dancing with arm bands reading 'Anti' and 'Pro' - Sir Edward Grey's Woman Suffrage Amendment produced some curious partnerships", 1913 January 29
1543Punch, or the London Charivari - cartoon by Bertram Prance - 'A Pleasure Deferred' - [Image: woman gesturing to man with dance card hiding behind a plant stand] - "Suffragist: 'You've cut my Dance!' - Mr. Asquith: 'Yes, I know. The fact is M.C. objected to the pattern of my waistcoat, and I had to go home and change it. But I'll tell you what! Let me put you down for an extra at our private subscription dance next season!'", 1913 February 5
1544Punch, or the London Charivari - cartoon - 'The Majesty Of Law' - [Image: Justice wearing pointed cap with 'Votes for Women' banner, holding scales and sword, wrapped in cloth that reads 'Hunger Strike' - a house burns in the background], 1913 March 5
1545Punch, or the London Charivari - cartoon by Leonard Raven-Hill - 'United We Differ' - [Image: two men standing on a platform with their backs together yelling to a crowd - "Mr. Lloyd George: 'Votes for Women! Don't you listen to my esteemed colleague!' - Mr. Hancourt: 'No votes for women! My esteemed colleague is talking nonsense!'", 1912 January 10
1546Punch, or the London Charvari - cartoon by F.H. Townsend - 'The Suffrage Split' - [Image: man in a ballerina outfit standing over an alligator on its back with the words: 'Cotton Strike' - Man in the back riding a make believe horse with the words 'Cabinet'] - "Sir George Askwith...Fairy Peacemaker - Mr. Asquith Master of the House - Asquith (to Askwith), 'Now that you've charmed yon Dragon I shall need ye to stop the strike inside this fractious gee-gee'", 1912 January 24
1547Punch, or the London Charvari - cartoon by Leonard Raven-Hill - 'In The House Of Her Friends' - [Image: woman standing in a robe holding the scroll that says 'Woman's Suffrage' looking back at women marching in the street with hammers] - 'In the house of her friends - To think that, after all these years, I should be the first martyr', 1912 March 13
1548Punch, or the London Charvari - cartoon by Bertram Prance - 'Votes for Men and Women' - [Image: John Bull sitting in a chair reading the newspaper - Nurse standing behind him holding a baby with the words 'Franchise Bill' on the blanket] - "Votes for Men and Women - John Bull: 'And what is this 'Robust Child'? - Nurse Asquith: 'Well Sir, it's certainly not a girl, and I very much doubt if it's a boy.', 1912 June 26
1549Punch, or the London Charvari - cartoon by Bernard Partridge - 'The Coming Olympic Struggle' - [Image: two women (one a maid the other a well dressed lady) with boxing gloves on hitting a punching bag with a man's face on it and the words 'Insurance Benefits'] - "The Coming Olympic Struggle! Active training for the passive resistance event.", 1912 July 3
1550Punch, or the London Charvari - cartoon by Leonard Raven-Hill - 'Overdoing It' - [Image: three lions, 'Welsh Disestablishment', 'Home Rule', and 'Universal Suffrage' of increasing size and fury face John Bull tied to a stake - gate behind the lions reads '1912'] - "Overdoing It - John Bull: 'Is that the lot?'" , 1911 November 15
1551Punch, or the London Charvari - cartoon by Bertram Prance - 'Sermons in Stones - [Image: woman and man seated at a table with rocks and bricks coming through the window behind the man] - "Sermons in Stones - John Bull (to Non-militant Suffragist): 'I could listen more attentively, Madam, to your pleas, were it not for these concrete arguments which I find rather distracting. , 1911 November 29
1552Punch, or the London Charvari - cartoon by Bertram Prance - 'The Wolf That Wouldn't Listen' - [Image: man dressed like red riding hood holding a basket, wolf is sitting in a chair with a crown on his head, and man dressed as grandma is lying in bed, smiling] - "The Wolf that Wouldn't - Red riding hood (Mr. Lloyd George): 'Hullo, Granny; Hasn't he tried to eat you! - Grandmother (Insurance Bill): 'No-never even touched me.' - Red riding hood: 'Good! But all the same this isn't the story I've been brought up on'", 1911 December 20
1553Punch, or the London Charvari - cartoon by Leonard Raven-Hill - 'The Judgement Of Parisette' - [Image: three men and a woman dressed in togas, woman holding an apple] - "The Judgement of Parisette - Lord Haldane, Sir Edward Grey and Mr. Lloyd George compete for the Championship of the Women's Cause. Militant Suffragist: 'Now, let me see, which of these three is my best friend, that I may hurl the apple at him?'", 1911 December 27
1554Punch, or the London Charvari - cartoon by Leonard Raven-Hill - 'Exelsior!' - [Image: woman pushing a boulder, marked 'Women's Suffrage' up a hill reading 'Parliament'] - "Suffragist: 'It's no good talking to me about Sisyphus; He was only a man!'" , 1910 July 13
1555Punch, or the London Charvari - cartoon by Bernard Partridge - 'A Dirty Trade' - [Image: man standing in sewer, marked 'sensation' holding up his hat while looking up excitedly, wearing a sack reading: 'The Case Home Life of the Female Prisoner Full Details! See the Muck-rake'] - "A Dirty Trade - Gutter Press: 'Here you are, gents! Chuck us a few more coppers an' I'll roll in it!'", 1910 August 31
1556Punch, or the London Charvari - cartoon by Leonard Raven-Hill - 'The Great Election Stakes' - [Image: Britannia standing and man half her size watching a horse race] - "The Great Election Stakes - Mr. Punch: 'Here they come. Now then, Ma'am, What's your fancy? - Britannia: 'Thanks, I'm not betting; I only hope the best horse will win.'", 1910 January 19
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72Punch Almanack - 'Drop-Curtain for Mr. Punch's Benefit Performance' - cartoon by Bernard Partridge - 10 1/2" x 16" , 1909
73The Graphic - 'Back to Politics: The Autumn Campaign A Fantasy' - by David Wilson - page 553 - 11" x 15 1/2" - [Image: towering anthropomorphic Big Ben with a dress that reads 'Legislation' - crowd at his feet with banners reading 'Votes for Women', 'Adult Suffrage', 'Socialist', 'Anti-Socialist', 'Trades Unionism', 'Land Reform', 'Home Rule All Round'] - "The Mother of Parliaments: 'I'm sure it very interesting, but I wish they wouldn't all talk at once!'. It is estimated by the "Times" that before Parliament reassembles on November 15 nearly 200 meetings will have been addressed by Unionist M.P.'s. Equal activity prevails elsewhere." , 1910 October 8
74'No Time For Politics' - Series A., No. 11 Artist's Proof - Charles Gibson - 11 1/2" x 16 1/2" - Black and white print - [Image: woman sitting at table with a young girl in her lap looking at pictures] - 'These new Gibson drawing are printed exclusively for Collier's annual subscribers, and are not to be purchased elsewhere' - copyright by P.F. Collier & Son, 1909
 

8. Posters

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4Kellogg's Toasted Corn Flakes, advertisement; color; 40 x 28 cm.; "Votes for Women"; [Image: Young girls marching in a parade with Corn Flakes boxes mounted on sticks like placards.]
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OS 20Uncle Tom's Cabin, theatrical poster; mounted; 66 x 28 cm.; "Coming Soon! Parsons and Pool's Original Uncle Tom's Cabin and Tennessee Jubilee Singers - The only company on the road to-day presenting the old-time manuscript version of Uncle Tom's Cabin..."
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5Merry, Tom; St. Stephens Review, Presentation Cartoon, November 2, 1889; color lithograph; broadside; 55 x 38 cm.; "Sir Robert the Ripper of Primrose Dames."; [Image: Prime Minister Robert Gascoyne-Cecil stands in front of a poster "Dames of the Primrose League" - with portraits of Lady R. Churchill, Marchioness of Salisbury, and Lady Londonderry - and scrawls "Filthy Witches" across it in black paint.]
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OS 20Uribe, Mario; ERA poster; four color; 1980; 61 x 46 cm.; [Comic style woman in Uncle Sam garb pointing at the viewer, parodying the iconic "I Want You" WWI recruiting poster, instead reading "ERA" below.]
OS 20March Again for Equal Rights; poster; Light brown on gold stock; 56 x 36 cm.; circa 1977; "March Again for Equal Rights - In Honor of Alice Paul - Friday, August 26, 11:30 AM."; [Image: Photograph of 1913 Suffrage parade.]
OS 20ERA poster; red, blue on white; 41 x 51 cm.; "Read It America! - This is your Equal Rights Amendment - Make ERA the American Way." [Image: Eagles on top corners carrying banners, American flag with Equal Rights Amendment written on white stripes.]; Jonas Miller Photography, Gainesville, Florida.
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5YWCA War Work Council, poster; black, blue, yellow; 75 x 53 cm.; circa 1918; "Remember the Girl Behind the Man Behind the Gun - YWCA - War Work Council."; [Image: Nurse behind blue triangular YWCA logo with arms open.]
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OS 20National Women's History Project; poster series; 1994; black, yellow, purple; 43 x 28 cm.; "An Illustrated Timeline of the Woman Suffrage Movement." [Image: Norman Jacobsen illustration of a woman leading a march with a large banner reading "Votes."]
OS 20National Women's History Project; Illustrated Timeline of the Woman Suffrage Movement poster series; 1994; black, yellow, purple; 43 x 28 cm.; "1840-1860"; [Image: Portraits of women important to the movement and photographs of historic events and artifacts of the time period.]
OS 20National Women's History Project; Illustrated Timeline of the Woman Suffrage Movement poster series; 1994; black, yellow, purple; 43 x 28 cm.; "1860-1880"; [Image: Portraits of women important to the movement and photographs of historic events and artifacts of the time period.]
OS 20National Women's History Project; Illustrated Timeline of the Woman Suffrage Movement poster series; 1994; black, yellow, purple; 43 x 28 cm.; "1880-1900"; [Image: Portraits of women important to the movement and photographs of historic events and artifacts of the time period.]
OS 20National Women's History Project; Illustrated Timeline of the Woman Suffrage Movement poster series; 1994; black, yellow, purple; 43 x 28 cm.; "1900-1910"; [Image: Portraits of women important to the movement and photographs of historic events and artifacts of the time period.]
OS 20National Women's History Project; Illustrated Timeline of the Woman Suffrage Movement poster series; 1994; black, yellow, purple; 43 x 28 cm.; "1910-1915"; [Image: Portraits of women important to the movement and photographs of historic events and artifacts of the time period.]
OS 20National Women's History Project; Illustrated Timeline of the Woman Suffrage Movement poster series; 1994; black, yellow, purple; 43 x 28 cm.; "1915-1920"; [Image: Portraits of women important to the movement and photographs of historic events and artifacts of the time period.]
OS 20National Women's History Project; Illustrated Timeline of the Woman Suffrage Movement poster series; 1994; black, yellow, purple; 43 x 28 cm.; "1920-Present"; [Image: Portraits of women important to the movement and photographs of historic events and artifacts of the time period.]
OS 20National Women's History Project; poster; orange text; 61 x 46 cm.; "Weaving the Stories of Our Lives - National Women's History Week - March 6-12, 1983."; [Image: Black and white photograph of a woman's hands weaving a grass basket.]
OS 20National Women's History Project; poster; color; 46 x 61 cm.; "National Women's History Week - March 4-10, 1984."; [Image: Portraits of Delores Huerta, Sarah Winnemucca, Mary McLeod Bethune, Emma Goldman, Chien-Shiung Wu, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Dorothea Lange.]
OS 20National Women's History Project; poster; color; 64 x 46 cm.; "National Women's History Week - March 3-9, 1985."; [Image: Portraits of Wilma Rudolph, Queen Liliuokalani, Dr. Susan La Flesche, Georgia O'Keefe, Ernestine Rose, Mary Church Terrell, Sally Ride, Vilma Martinez on quilt design.]
OS 20National Women's History Project; poster; color; 46 x 61 cm.; "Women: Builders of Communities and Dreams - National Women's History Week - March 2-8, 1986."; [Image: Portraits of Jane Addams, Frances Ellen Watkins Harper, Maria Montaya Martinez, Maria L. de Hernandez, Patsy Mink.]
OS 20National Women's History Project; poster; brown, black, blue, white; 46 x 61 cm.; "Honoring Generations of Compassion, Courage, and Conviction - National Women's History Month - March 1987 - Frances Willard, Felisa Rincon de Gautier, Tye Leung Schulze, Mary Shadd Cary, Ada Deer."; [Image: Portraits of women honored in a circle laid as ceramic tiles.]
OS 20National Women's History Project; poster; color; 46 x 61 cm.; "Reclaiming the Past... Rewriting the Future - National Women's History Month - March 1988."; [Image: Images of women in various professions.]
OS 20National Women's History Project; poster; color; 46 x 61 cm.; "Courageous Voices Echoing Our Lives - National Women's History Month - March 1990."; [Image: Portraits of notable women across time.]
OS 20National Women's History Project; poster; color; 46 x 61 cm.; "Nurturing Tradition, Fostering Change - National Women's History Month - March 1991."; [Image: Images of women in various activities. Portraits of Gloria Steinem, Essie Parrish, Jade Snow Wong, Maragret Sanger, Juilette Low, Septima Clark, Catharine Beecher, Jovida Idar.]
OS 20National Women's History Project; poster; color with purple border; 71 x 56 cm.; "In Every Generation, Action Frees Our Dreams - National Women's History Month - March 1994."; [Image: A woman in a rocking chair with a girl on her lap looking through a photo album. Images of artists, astronauts, sports figures, and events from women's rights movements surround them.]
OS 20National Women's History Project; poster; color; 71 x 50 cm.; "Women's History: Promises to Keep - National Women's History Month - March 1995."; [Image: Historic and contemporary figures in journalism, medicine and science, government, community, literature, law, advocacy, women's rights.]
OS 20National Women's History Project; poster; color; 63 x 43 cm.; "Discover a New World: Women's History - National Women's History Month, March 1993."; [Image: circle with feathers, dove, and faces across a map of the United States.]
OS 20National Women's History Project; poster; color with orange text; 71 x 50 cm.; "See History in a New Way - National Women's History Month - March 1996."; [Image: Photographs and images of women performing work in various capacities and in labor marches.] (2 posters)
OS 20National Women's History Project; poster; color with purple text; 71 x 50 cm.; "A Fine and Long Tradition of Community Leadership - National Women's History Month - March 1997."; [Image: Dorothy Day, Clara Barton, Nannie Helen Burroughs, Gertrude Bonnin, Jane Addams, Alice Yu, Alicia Dickerson Montemayor, Ella Baker.]
OS 20National Women's History Project; poster; purple and yellow; 71 x 48 cm. (4 posters); "The Living Legacy of Women's Rights - National Women's History Month - March 1998."; [Image: Photographs of astronauts, sports figures, politicians, workers, and clergy, and large background image of historic women's marchers. Images of buttons and pins with various women's issues.]
OS 20National Women's History Project; poster; color; 61 x 46 cm.; "75th Anniversary of Woman Suffrage - 1920-1995 - Celebrate the Vote Make Your Future."; [Image: Women marching with yellow banner in front of historic women's marchers with newspaper background reading "!EXTRA! Women Win the Vote."]
OS 20National Women's History Project; poster; color; 46 x 61 cm.; "Women and the Civil War."; [Image: Portraits of notable women of the period.]
OS 20National Women's History Project; poster; Purple, yellow, black with purple border; 46 x 61 cm. (5 posters); "Women Suffrage Movement, 1848-1920."; [Image: Portraits of notable women and events of the period.]
OS 20National Women's History Project; poster; color; 48 x 69 cm. (3 posters); "Living the Legacy - Women's Rights Movement, 1848-1998."; [Image: Portraits of notable women and timeline of events.]
OS 20National Women's History Project; poster; color; "Write Women Back Into History"; [Image: Full page of names, dates, position of notable women], 1990
OS 20National Women's History Project; poster; color; "Living the Legacy of Women's Rights"; [Image: Buttons and images of modern women various sports and professions against a backdrop of historic protest marchers]
OS 20National Women's History Project; poster; color; "Women Sustaining the American Spirit"; National Women's History Month poster; [Image: Statue of Liberty with featured women Mary Louise Defender Wilson, Gerda Lerner, Alice Coachman, Delores Huerta, Dorothy Height, Congresswoman Patsy T. Mink, 2002
OS 20National Women's History Project; poster; color; "We Can Do It" reproduction photo of WWII poster; [Image: Rosie the Riveter]
OS 20National Women's History Project; poster; color; "An Extraordinary Century for Women, 1900-2000 - Now Imagine the Future!"; [Image: Stylized silhouettes of women with background of names], 1999
OS 20National Women's History Project; poster; red and blue text; "Women's Equality Day August 26th - Celebrating the Anniversary of Women Winning the Right to Vote in the United States"; [Image: b/w line illustration by Norman Jacobsen of woman waving a banner reading 'Vote']
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242Poster - 'Votes for Women 1915' - 20 3/8" x 14" - mounted on canvas - white letters on blue background diagonal with white stripe - gold color in top right and bottom left
243Poster - 'Votes for Women 1915' - 20 3/8" x 14" - mounted on masonite - white letters on blue background diagonal with white stripe - gold color in top right and bottom left
247Poster - 'Lincoln Said - Women Should Vote' - 20" x 13 1/2" - orange paper with black print on single side - 'Lincoln Said - Seventy-five Years Ago Abraham Lincoln Said: "I go for all sharing the privileges of government who assist in bearing its burdens, by no means excluding women."- 'Women Should Vote' - Poster supplement to 'Votes for Women', 495-496 Arcade, Seattle USA
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68Poster - 'The Issue in 1912' - 14" x 11" - [Image: illustration of a fat man standing over photograph of women marching] - 'The Issue in 1912! A salute to… No Special Privileges for Men, Equal Rights to All Women - Demands: The right to vote in political elections, consideration in all fields of employment where a woman's brain can be taxed without danger to her health. March out of his shadow into the Sunlight of Liberty' - General Rosalie Jones' Liberation Army is on its way to Washington... Join The Parade'
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75Poster - 'These Cuts Represents Blue Print Suffrage Posters' - 30.5cm x 44cm - advertisement for posters with examples - Brooklyn Blueprint Works - 'Votes for New Jersey Women in 1915!', 'Equal Suffrage a Success Australia 1902', 'Votes for Women Will Improve the Electorate', 'We stand at Armageddon and Battle for ?', 'Taxation Without Representation is Tyranny in 1776 or 1915', 'Votes for Women Victory in 1915!'
78Posters (2) - 'Woman Suffrage' - 9' x 12' - blue and gold color prints on heavy archival paper - [Image: woman in white gown standing with arms raised up turning into a fruit tree - Greek style temple in background] - 'Give her of the fruit of her hands, and let her own works praise her in the gates' - copyrighted by Evelyn Rumsey Cary - E.R.C. Vintage Arts - The Munro & Hartford Co. - one numbered 105 of 2500, other unmarked
 

9. Scrapbooks and Albums

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OS 18Scrapbook; The Simplex Blank Album; Red cover; 29 x 26 cm.; [Contains news clippings Beginning October 1908, and a letter from Hyacinthe Loyson dated February 14, 1898.]
 

10. Equal Rights Amendment

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244Poster - 'ERA' - 24" x 17 3/4" - yellow, red, white and dark blue on heavy white stock - by Mario Uribe - [Image: female 'Uncle Sam' in a dark blue frock coat with red and white striped lapels, looks straight out, pointing at the viewer] - beneath the image in large, bold letters 'E R A'
245Poster - 'Stop ERA Vote No' - 14" x 22" - brown card stock with red and black ink - [Image: rolling pin in center crushing 'ERA']
246Sash - 'National ERA March '78' - 54" x 2 3/4" - gold satin sash with purple lettering , 1978
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77Poster, signed - 'National Women's Independence Day Celebration' - autographed by singer and activist, Margie Adams, 'We shall go forth. Margie' - 17" x 11" - blue ink printed on tan paper - "Saturday June 4th, Noon--4 p.m., Lafayette Park, Washington, DC - Relighting Feminist Fires with: Bella Abzug, Robin Morgan, Margie Adams, Allie Hixson, Gloria Steinem, Caroline Reed, Charlotte Bunch, Betty Powell, Gracia Molina Pick, Tracie Dejanikus Scott, Terri Clark, Czerni Braswell, Penny Rosenwasser, Joan Martin and friends - A National Day of Re-Commitment to Feminist Issues"
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1911Yo-Yo - 'Support ERA' - 2-1/4" diameter - two celluloid buttons dark green with 'ERA' in large white letters, and 'SUPPORT' in dark green letters at a cross-stroke, form the sides of the yo-yo - metal structure and original string
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211Leaflet - 'Report on Equal Rights Amendment' - 9" x 6" tri-fold - 6 pages printed on gold stock - Samuel H. Nafzger, Commission on Theology and Church Relations, The Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod, 1980 August
212Newsletter - 'Equal Times' - 19 pgs. - 8 1/2" x 11" - 'Equal Times, Northern Virginia Chapter, National Organization for Women, Vol. IV, No. 1 - includes program of the next meeting - photocopied on yellow paper and stapled , 1977 February
213Newsletter - 'Equal Times' - 16 pages - 11" x 8 1/2" - 'Equal Times, Northern Virginia Chapter, National Organization for Women - photocopies on white stock and stapled , 1978 January 2
214Sheet Music - 'Liberation, NOW!' - Words by Betty Friedan & Jacquelyn Reinach, Music by Jacquelyn Reinach & J. Rene - 12" x 9"
215Handbill - 'Text of Equal Rights Amendment - Equal Rights Amendment Planks in National Platforms of the Two Major Political Parties' - printed on white stock, one side - 3-1/2" x 7-3/8"
216Leaflet - 'Equal Rights Amendment in Missouri' - tri-fold, printed back and front on beige paper - Cover shows a set of scales with House 10/12/71-Senate 3/22/72 heavier than other side-Ratification ? - provides facts about the amendment
217Newsletter - 'Arise' - Issue 5 - 3 pages, double sided - Oswego Women's Center - contains articles, poems, drawing and calendar of events
218Postcard - 'Equal Rights Amendment now before Congress reads...' - National Women's Party - back of the card is a message from Jeannette Marks asking people to go in person to the editors with some of the published information on card
219Leaflet - 'The National Organization for Women Statement Of Purpose' - 8 1/2" x 11" - 4 pages - reproduced handout
2110Pamphlet - 'Opposing the So-Called Equal Rights Amendment' - 12 pages - 6 7/8" x 4 1/2" - 'Statement of the Women's Trade Union League in opposition to the proposed amendment of the National Woman's Party to amend the U.S. Constitution by Blanch Freeman, Executive Secretary, New York Women's Trade Union League'
2111Leaflet - 'Ending An Anachronism' - 9" x 3 1/2" - single sheet, one sided - off white paper - New York Herald Tribune - editorial endorsing passage of the Equal Rights Amendment, 1948 April 5
2112Document - 'Memorandum in Support of the Equal Rights Amendment' - 4 pages - 14" x 8 1/2" - single sided, typed - text of amendment and history, 1950 January 20
2113Document - 'Congressional Record - Proceedings and Debates of the 81st Congress, First Session' - Vol. 95, No. 179 - 11" x 8 1/2" - two sided printed - provides viewpoints of Equal Rights Amendment with remarks of Hon. Donald L. Jackson, 1949 September 27
2114Leaflet - 'Forward Into Light' - 4 pages - 9" x 6", folded - printed in purple ink on cream paper - [Image: woman in white riding white horse in top left corner] - National Woman's Party - by Florence A. Armstrong, 1944 December
 

11. Duval family

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2115Photograph - - 3 1/4" x 2 1/4" - black and white - [Image: man standing in front of a fence, dressed in suit with hat and cane - Ernest Duval ?]
2115Photograph - 2 1/5" x 4" - black and white - [Image: two women and a baby - one woman is standing with her right hand on the back of the chair and the other woman is sitting holding a baby in a white dress - both woman are wearing black dresses and hats] - on back: 'J.S. Hazard 6 Pavement Clapham Common, London - This photograph was taken by the lightning process first introduced into the studio by J.S. Hazard. All negatives kept'
2115Photograph - Duval family - 2 1/2" x 3 1/2"- black and white - [Image: two women sitting and a man standing behind them outdoors]
2115Photograph - 3 1/4" x 4" - black and white - [Image: young woman standing in front of a bush]
2116Post Card - 'Emily Duval: Sewing' - 3 1/2" x 5 1/2" - black and white photographic post card - [Image: Emily Duval sitting in a prisoner uniform and sewing] - Writing on back: 'Mrs. Duval who did 6 weeks in Halloway prison with Lady Constance Lytton who served a month & mentions Mrs. D. in her books dealing with "Prison & Prisoners'
2116Post Card - Emily Duval and Friends - 5 1/2" x 3 1/2" - black and white photographic postcard - [Image: three women seated and one woman and man standing outdoors, some with tennis rackets] - card addressed: Mrs. O. Connell - "I began to think you had left the country. I hope your Mother is not ill? Miss B. is not here now and I don't know where she is. I think I look very silly in this group. Gurney goes back on Sunday morning at 7 o'clock. Poor boy. Love to your Mother & self, Emily - I had the sun in my face when this was taken" - not postmarked, 1916 May 26
2116Post Card - 3 1/2" x 5 1/2" - black and white photographic post card - [Image: two women, one sitting and the other standing, wearing hats with feathers - Emily Duval? on left] - Gales Studios
2116Photograph - 3" x 4"- black and white - [Image: formal portrait of a man and woman - man is sitting and is dressed in a long black jacket and top hat holding a cane in his lap, woman is dressed in long white coat and bonnet with black gloves - Ernest, Emily Duval?] - J. White, Littlehampton School of Photography
2117Cabinet card - 4 1/4" x 6 1/2"- black and white - [Image: child white dress standing up in a chair] - Writing on back says: 'Miss B Duval - 37 Park Rd., St. Johns Hill, Wandsworth SW' - Charles F. Treble, Photographer
2117Cabinet card - 4 1/4" x 6 1/2" - black and white - [Image: young woman standing in long white dress with cap,holding flowers in her hand] - written on back: 'Emily D. Duval - Barbara Duval'
2118Cabinet card - 4 1/4"x 6 1/2"- black and white - [Image: young girl with waist length hair standing holding object over her head - Elsie Duval?] - Charles F. Treble, London
2118Cabinet Card - 4 1/4"x 6 1/2"- black and white - [Image: head and shoulders of a woman - Emily Duval?] - American Photo Co.
2119Postcard - 'Rights of Women' - black and white - [Image: woman holding a baby in the street looking at a man standing in the doorway] - reads: "Rights of Women - Mother: 'Please Mr. Burns, my baby ain't fit to be vaccinated' - John Burns: 'No good for you to come here. Where's your husband?' - Mother: 'At sea' - John Burns: 'Well, be off with you, mothers don't count as parents' - not postmarked. - Artists' Suffrage League - 'For sale at Women's Freedom League Office. 18 Buckingham St., Strand. W.C.
2119Postcard - 'A Grand Members Concert' - cream color with red and black printing - 'A grand members concert will shortly be given in the House of Commons'' - features fictitious performances by Mr. McKenna, Mr. Lloyd George, Mr. John Redmond, Mr. Asquith, Mr. Bonar Law, Sir Rufus Isaacs & Mr. Lloyd George, Mr. Winston Churchill and Mr. Kier Hardie' - not postmarked
2119Postcard - 'Result of the Suffragettes' - red and black printing - [Image: woman standing on top of a stage holding a pair of pants and suspenders talking to a crowd of women - sign behind her reads: 'Great Sale Relics of the Last Man] - Artist: Harry Quinton - Copyright No. 42 - H.Q. 92 Burrows Road, N.W. - Addressed: Mdlle. Maud Williams, 39 Portman Sq. W. - 'A word of cheer to one so dear, this Xmas time, I send. So if you wish to have a kiss from the last kind mere man. (I'll come)' Postmarked, 1906 December 24
2120Postcard - 'Mrs. Longtongue on Woman' Rights' - "Mrs. Longtongue, addressing a meeting of the 'Blab and Scandal Society,' said - 'It's my opinion ladies, that the time has arrived when we must buck up and put our foot down on that insignificant insect called man...' - M & Co., London E.C. - Addressed: Mrs. A. Hunt - postmarked: Cambridge - "Sunday. Rec. your card on Friday. Glad you are getting on all right. Very hot today...'
2120Postcard - 'Bah ah ah!' - color printed card - [Image: little girl in white and red dress crying in center - pictures surround her illustrating her family] - Reads: 'Bah-ah-ah! Mammy's Rinking, Daddy's Drinking, Sister's Linking, Brother's Winking, I'se a Thinking. I'se a Suffragette' - Addressed to: Miss Josephine Wall, Dublin Ireland - "Dear Josie, Just a line as it is the first I have written to you. Hoping you well..." - postmarked
2120Postcard - 'The Sulphurgette' - Modern Humor Series No. 4332 - Alfred Stiebel & Co., London - color printed card - [Image: woman in a green suit and black hat with purple feather, standing in front of a group of mostly men, drinking from a glass] - not postmarked
2121Postcard - black and white photographic post card - [Image: group of nine women wearing sashes and 'Votes for Women' banner - someone dressed as a policeman standing next to them] - not postmarked
2121Postcard - 'Hyde Park Demonstration' - black and white photographic postcard - 'Hyde Park Demonstration, Sunday June 21, 1908: Mrs. Pankhurst, Mrs. Wolstenholme Elmy' - [Image: large group of women in sashes standing with flag - policeman in front right side] - "My dear Aunt and Uncle, Thanks very much for kind congratulations. I am well pleased with my school & work...", 1910
2121Postcard - 'Votes for Women' - black and white photographic card - [Image: portrait of 'Mrs. E. How-Martyn ARCS BS, Hon. Sec. Women's Freedom League'] - Ridsdale Cleare, photographer. Lower Clafton Rd. NE - not postmarked
2122Postcard - black and white photographic card - 'Mrs. Pankhurst arrested in Victoria Street, Feb. 13, 1908 - Photochrom Co. Ltd. - Addressed: Mrs. Marriott - "Dear Ma, Still in the land of living. Hope to see you Tuesday. Heaps of love hope all is well. Yours..."?? - postmarked
2122Postcard - 'Comparisons Are Odious' - Valentine's Series - [Image: man on the left side sitting and smoking a cigar and a table with a bottle and glass - woman is sitting on the right side in black prison dress with apron cleaning a pan in her lap] - Reads: 'Comparisons are Odious 1.The male political prisoner - 2.The female political prisoner' - Addressed: Mrs. J.M. Queen, Glasgow
2122Postcard - 'Feeding A Suffragette By Force' - color printing - National Series, no. 994 - [Image: woman in red dress being held down by a policeman, and force fed by a man with a plunger reading 'Milk' on the tube - scene is inside a prison cell]
2123Postcard - 'The Suffragette Proudly Goes to Glory' - color printed card [Image: woman dressed in red holding a 'Votes for Women' flag in the back of a paddy wagon driven by two policemen] - Addressed: Miss H. Bates, Brighton - March 16, 1910 - "Dear Hub, I went to see Louise Monday afternoon & she looks very ill. I do not think she will be here very long now, she is only skin & bones. I saw Grace yesterday & we went to look at the shops in the afternoon & when skating in the evening at the Maida Vale rink it is lovely there. Hope you are well & getting on alright. With fond love, Winnie - It is Millie's birthday Friday", 1910
2123Postcard - 'Women Writers' Suffrage League' - color printed card [Image: Winged Justice standing blindfolded with scales in left hand and sword in right - woman at her feet in a pink dress holding onto her as she is pulled by man in brown robe marked 'prejudice'] - W.H. Margetson - Presented to the W.W.S.L. - Addressed: Mrs. Bailey Belmont Ramsey Isle of Man. "Just been to House of Commons with a letter also had to come here U.S. shop. Am waiting here so just saw this and though you would like it. Love Sylvia"
2123Postcard - 'Girls I Didn't Marry' - color print card - [Image: man being booted out by women with Votes for Women pins from the 'Home for Lost, Stolen, or Strayed Suffragettes'] - flyers on the building include 'Man? The Missing Link'; 'Down with the Men'; 'No Men Admitted'; 'Man Disgraces the Animal World' - Addressed: Mrs. E. Reid, Belfast. - "Dear Mother, Just a line to let you know how I am getting on. I hope you are all well. I will be down tomorrow if not I will be down on Sat. Sure you can tell Letitia? that I have got eggs so I will be down but I will write & let you know as will write Jeannie tonight so you can come meet me. Love"
2123Postcard - 'Yes Madam' - color printed card - [Image: woman in blue dress (looks like a man) sitting with a rolled up paper that reads 'Votes Women' - man in red vest, black jacket is standing behind her with his hands on her head - phrenology charts on wall of 'Charlie Peace, Mr. Balfour'] - 'Yes Madam, by your bump of perseverance, if you live another 1,000 years you might become prime ministeress!' - Addressed: Arthur Squires, Decorator, etc. Chatteris - "Dearest, A line from Mrs. Pancrust & Co. wishing you many happy returns of the Day. XXXX Vote for Women"
2124Statement given by Emily Duvall to W.S.P.U. - 7 pages - photocopy - The Women's Social & Political Union - typed report of the words of Emily Duval on her treatment during her 6 months imprisonment in H.M. prison for the part she took in the militant action of the W.S.P.U. on March 1st, 1912, 1912 June 30
2125State Inebriate Reformatories Dietary - photocopy - list for prison meals for ordinary and special class - includes breakfast, dinner, supper and tea daily menus
2125Abstract of the Regulations Relating to the Treatment and Conduct of Convicted Prisoners - photocopy - two pages
2126Program - 'The Kings Chapel of the Savoy - Service for Victor Duval' - 4 pages - 5 1/4" x 8 1/4" folded - cream color paper - Order of the service, Hymn, The Sentences, Psalm, The Lesson, Address, Anthem, Prayers, Hymn, Prayers, The Blessing, 1945 November 8
2126Newspaper obituary - photocopy - 'The Late Mr. Victor Duval - The John O'Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster's Chapel, of the Kings' Chapel, Savoy, Strand. London was the scene of an impressive memorial service held last week for the late Mr. Victor Duval of Lancaster, who died October 4' - (2 copies)
2127Article - photocopied - 'The Vote', Vol. XXV. No. 786 - 2 pgs - Women's Freedom League - 'Mrs. Emily Duval' - by Margaret Wynne Nevinson, J.P., L.L.A. - Story of her life, 1924 November 14
2128Photograph, mounted - Elsie Duval with dog on a beach - 4" x 3 1/8" - black and white - by Elliott V. Fry, 55 Baker Street, London W. - 'Norah' written in ink on cover
2129Note - 4" x 2" - cream colored paper with words 'Mrs. Despards friend Miss Mausell' - 270 BRT Standard Companion -YS 605201 - 300, YK 536401 - 800, LS 438001 - 500 Arthur, 1XL 377101 - 400
2129Autobiographical notes - 5 pages, two sided, numbered 1 - 10 - "1858 I was born in Mayence on the Rhine in my parentage is Alsation, so I was at once registered a French Citizen. Curiously from boyhood I had a wish to go to England, which in time became an obsession..."
2129Transcription - cream colored paper handwritten on two sides - "1858 I was born in Mayence on the Rhine in my parentage is Alsation, so I was at once registered a French Citizen. Curiously from boyhood I had a wish to go to England, which in time became an obsession..."
2129Notecard - handwritten - single sided - 'Ernest Duval & Emily' - chart of their children
2130Notes - one page, legal size paper - typed on one side - possibly page 4 - description of interviewing for a job with George Ash and his company - starting a circular - (2 copies)
2131Inventory Sheet - partial - part of a typed inventory sheet for this collection with some handwritten notes
2131Note - photocopy - seating chart (2 copies)
2131Note - photocopy - listing of books, authors and dates
2132Letter - partial - photocopy - "Dear Mr. Duval..." , 12 May 1891
2132Letter - partial - photocopy - 'Fourways - Gomshall, Surrey' stationary - "My dear Mrs. Duval. Your son Victor is spending the weekend with us and he has been telling me about this long illness from which you have been suffering for so long. I had just realized my dear friend that you had been ill like this, and i need try to tell you have very very sorry..."
2132Postcards (2) - photocopy - 1) [Image: man in suit, whistling and carrying 'Petition - Votes for Women'] Male Suffragist - Bravo!! Keep on whistling - Young man, you fill my heart with joy, As women's votes you advocate, So when you want to take a wife I'll not decline to be your mate' - 2) [Image: man carrying a woman wearing a big hat] - 'She likes this sort of thing the pet. That's why she is a Suffragette'
2133Note - handwritten - Broadwick Street, London, W. 1. stationary - "Dear Duval, I have only today discovered that a few weeks ago you most kindly sent me a couple of wild fowl. As there was nothing to indicate where they had come from, I felt very awkward not knowing who to write to to thank. I am glad the mystery is solved and I now thank you very much for sending them. One thing I do know is that we ate them & they were delicious. I had a card from Cadchester(?) from someone whose name looks like Viner of Kingston Rd. (?) asking if i had known them. Every kind wish to you and yours for 1939. Yours sincerely, (?) Ash", 1938 December 30
2133Note - single sided - handwritten - Broad Street, Golden Square, W. 1. stationary - "Dear W. Duval... " - signed William H. Ash, 1921 March 3
2134Correspondence - typed, signed - cream color paper - 'The Under Secretary of the State Home Office - Whitehall' letterhead - Addressed to Mr. E, Duval - in response to a request for a Certificate of Naturalization - signed W.P. Byrns, 1904 April 6
2134Certificate - photocopy of Certificate of Naturalization to an Alien - No. 14577 - given to Ernest Charles Augustus Diederichs Duval of London - having been a subject of Germany having been born at Mayence , 1904 July 16
2135Document - Metropolitan Borough of Battersea - burial plot grant for 5 plots including Ivy Emily, Ernest, Winifred, Barbara Duval, 1903 January 14
2135Document - Battersea Borough Council - Morden Cemetery - burial plot grant for Emily Duval, 1925 March 25
2136Envelope - addressed to E. Duval, Esq., One Ash Melrose Road, West Mersea, Essex - postmarked
 

12. Alberta Martie Hill

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2137Photograph - black and white - [Image: Alberta Hill standing on streetcar speaking to a crowd with hand upraised]
2137Photograph - black and white - [Image: Alberta Hill with her coat off sharing a laugh with man in uniform in the street]
2137Photographic postcard - black and white [Image: Alberta Hill sitting at a desk with telephone]
2137Photograph - black and white - [Image: Alberta Hill walking on busy street dressed in long black dress with oversized hat]
2137Photograph - black and white - [Image: Alberta Hill standing on busy street dressed in long black dress with oversized hat] - back of photograph reads "The 'Secretary' opposite Suffrage H'Quarters, 43 E. 22nd Street, N.Y.C." - (2 copies), 1909 June
2138Photograph - black and white - 8" x 10" - [Image: Alberta Hill sitting at desk with woman standing with pad and pen in hand] - writing on back: "Alberta Hill at her desk at National Democratic Headquarters" - Wm. J. Hearfield, American Press Association
2138Photograph - black and white - 8" x 10" - [Image: Alberta Hill headshot] - writing on back: "Alberta Hill" - W. J. Hearfield - American Press Association
2139Photograph - black and white - 6" x 8" - [Image: Alberta Hill with her hair down in corn field row with woman bending down - writing on back: "mother at B?? S I" - stamped photograph by Underwood & Underwood, N.Y.
2139Photograph - black and white - 6" x 8" - [Image: Alberta Hill skipping rope with her hair down] - has a paper attached at bottom which reads: "Look out for your credit notice when you publish this picture (over) - Photograph by Underwood & Underwood, N.Y. - Alberta Hill and Suffragette Friend.......Enjoying walks in the dew..... Staten Island" - writing on back: "Alberta Hill enjoys walks in the dew at Staten Island - Miss Hill skipping rope"
2139Photograph - black and white - 6" x 8" - [Image: Miss Hill skipping rope] - writing on back: "mother in S 9 for 'County Cir'"
2139Photograph - black and white - 6" x 8" - [Image: Alberta Hill sitting on a rock, smiling with her hair down] - Writing on back - "mother in S 9" - Stamped: photograph by Underwood & Underwood
2140Photograph - black and white - [Image: Miss Hill on horseback, talking to an Army officer during the Suffrage Parade - U.S. Capitol Building in background] - writing on back: "The Washington Parade" - stamped: "Please credit the Bain News Service, NY.", 1913 March 3
2140Photograph - black and white - 6" x 8" - [Image: Alberta Hill sidesaddle on horse wearing a long black dress with sash, straw hat] - embossed on photo: 'Photographed by Underwood & Underwood, New York' - Writing on back: "Glen Hill (?)"
2140Photograph - black and white - 7" x 9" - [Image: Alberta Hill, holding a book, standing with Mrs. Harriet Stanton Blatch (daughter of Elizabeth Cady Stanton)] - Writing on back: "L-R - Alberta M. Hill and Mrs. Harriet Stanton Blatch"
2140Photograph - black and white - 6" x 8" - [Image: Alberta Hill, wearing sash, with woman dressed in white holding umbrella] - Writing on back: "Alberta Martie Hill with an English suffragette, possibly Mrs. [Emmeline] Pankhurst"
2141Photograph - black and white - [Image: Alberta Hill in a white dress with oversized hat] - writing on front: "Miss Alberta Hill" - stamped on back: 'Please credit the Bain News Service from George Chamtham Bain, 82 Union Square East, NY.'
2141Photograph - black and white - 7" x 9" - [Image: Alberta Hill in sash seen from below while on horseback] - writing on back: "Alberta Martie Hill - 1915 NYC Parade" - stamped photographed by Underwood & Underwood
2141Photograph - black and white - 8" x 10" - [Image: Alberta Hill dressed in white with sash standing in front of a group of men holding the bottom of a banner] - Writing on back: "A.M. Hill at a rally"
2141Photograph - black and white - 8" x 10" - [Image: Alberta Hill sitting sidesaddle on horse wearing sash] - stamped on back: 'Photographed by Underwood & Underwood, 12 and 14 West 37th St., NY' - written on back: 'Alberta Martie Hill'
2142Photograph mounted on board - black and white - torn - [Image: formal portrait of man and women] - Stamped at bottom: Instantaneous Portrait - Falk - 496 George Street, Sydney - writing on back: "Mr. & Mrs. Marcus Stowe Hill who or what did she or her daughter Martie tear out?"
2143Photograph - black and white - [Image: portrait of a woman in white] - embossed with writing: Copyright Davis & Sanford, NY
2143Photograph - black and white - photographic postcard - [Image: Alberta Teresa Hill standing with her arm resting on the back of a chair] - written on front: "Lovey"- written on back: 'Alberta Teresa Hill'
2143Photographic postcard - black and white - [Image: Alberta Martie Hill, Marcus Stowe Hill, and Ralph DeWitt Hill] - has been cut down, with names written on back
2143Photographic postcard - black and white - [Image: Alberta Hill portrait in black dress] - Name and date written on back, 1909 August 1
2144Photograph - black and white - [Image: Alberta Hill Smith and two children] - Writing on back: "Passport picture of return from Argentina - Alberta Hill Smith with Harold & Dorothy"
2144Photograph - black and white - 4" x 6" - [Image: Alberta Hill sitting on log next to creek] - name written on back
2144Photograph - black and white - [Image: Alberta Teresa Hill in white dress holding a Japanese umbrella] - embossed: 'S. Tchida, Kobe, Japan' - Writing on back: "Alberta Teresa Hill"
2144Photograph, mounted - black and white - [Image: Alberta Hill sitting in a chair with her arm resting on the back of the chair - pencil markings next to her face for cropping] - embossed: 'Miller' with crest - Writing on back: "Return to Miss Alberta M. Hill, 46 East 29th St. City - Mother dear does this look like your loving daughter Martie?"
2144Photograph, mounted - black and white - [Image: Alberta Martie Hill sitting in a chair with her arm resting on the back of the chair] - embossed: 'Miller' with crest - Name written on back
2145Photograph - black and white - [Image: oval shaped portrait of Alberta M. Hill] - Name written on back
2145Photographic postcard - black and white - [Image: Alberta Hill sitting in U shaped chair with white dress and oversized hat] - embossed: 'Scherer, New York' - 'Alberta Hill' written on back - (2 copies)
2145Photographic postcard - cyanotype - [Image: group of six people in bathing suits] - posted to: Alberta Hill, New York City - "Come early and stay late J.C., 2136 Seventh Ave" - Postmarked: Rockaway Beach Sta, NY , 1910 August 25
2146Photographic postcard - black and white - [Image: Alberta Hill with father and brother. Mr. Hill sitting in chair with Alberta sitting on the arm with Ralph standing] - written on back: "Ralph DewWitt Hill, Alberta Martie Hill, and their father Marcus Stowe Hill" - embossed: 'Scherer, New York'
2146Photographic postcard - black and white - [Image: portrai of young woman, side view] - writing: "Send out to Lucia Oliviere, 1542 Albany St., Schenectady, N.Y. - Women's Political Union"
2146Photograph - black and white - 5" x 7" - [Image: portrait of Alberta Hill leaning over door with watch on left arm] - glued on grey paper
2146Photograph - black and white - [Image: Alberta Hill in fur coat petting dog] - picture has been cut to only show Miss Hill - writing on back: "Alberta Hill, Executive Secretary of Women's Political Union"
2146Photograph - black and white reproduction - [Image: Alberta Hill in fur coat petting dog] - photograph enlarged - written on back "Alberta Hill"
2147Photograph - black and white - mounted on board - [Image: Alberta Smith holding child] - writing on back "Alberta Hill Smith and (?) at Avon"
2147Photograph - black and white - mounted on board - [Image: Hill family - children in rickshaw with driver, parents standing in front] - writing on back: "The Hill family in Kobe about 1902" - embossed: K. Tamamura, Kobe, Japan
2147Photograph - black and white - mounted on board - [Image: Alberta Martie Hill standing at dressing table with mirror looking in a jewelry box] - writing on back: "Martie Hill, Kobe" - photographer: K. Tamamura, Kobe, Japan, 1902 March 2
2148Photograph - black and white - mounted on board - [Image: Alberta Martie Hill and brother Ralph Hill standing - Miss Hill has on a sailor dress and Ralph has on a suit - They are holding hands and Ralph has his head on her shoulder] - writing on back: "Alberta Martie Hill & her brother Ralph DeWitt Hill" - Photographer: Whigham, 22 Kearny St., San Francisco, Cal., 1900 August 15
2148Photograph - black and white - mounted on board - [Image: Alberta Martie Hill and brother Ralph - Ralph is sitting in a cane chair and Martie is standing - Martie is in a sailor dress and Ralph in a suit] - writing on back: "Martie and Ralph, San Francisco - Kobe, Japan - Mother & Father Marcus Stowe & Alberta Hill Sept. 1900" - photographer: Whigham, 22 Kearney St., San Francisco, Cal., 1900 August 15
2148Photograph - black and white - mounted on board - [Image: Alberta Martie Hill as a baby - wearing a bonnet and lace collar] - writing on back: "Albert Martie Hill" - Photographer: Falk, Sydney.
2149Photograph - black and white - [Image: child and woman walking up snow bank - woman is pulling a sled] - writing on back: "St. James LI - Winter of 1904 & spring of '05"
2149Photograph - black and white - cabinet card - [Image: Alberta Martie Hill as toddler in dress with bonnet with big bow, standing] - writing on back: "Alberta Martie Hill" - Photographer: Stewart & Co. 42 Bourke St, Melbourne
2149Photograph - black and white - cabinet card - [Image: Alberta Martie Hill as a toddler wearing a dress with black socks sitting in a chair] - writing on back: "Alberta Martie Hill" - Photographer: Falk, 496 George Street, Sydney - marked as a proof, 1891 April 29
2149Photograph - black and white - cabinet card - [Image: family portrait of Alberta Martie Hill (baby) with parents] - photographer: J. W. Taylor, Rochester, NY.
2150Photograph - black and white - [Image: office for Wilson campaign headquarters - two women sitting at typewriters, two women sitting at desk (including Alberta M. Hill), two men at desk and two men standing] - writing on back, typed in blue ink: "General Office Wilson Headquarters" - stamped on back - 'The International News Service, 200 William Street, NY. This photograph to be returned at once if not available. If used, proper credit to be given. Syndicating prohibited'
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221Photograph - black and white - mounted on board - [Image: Alberta Martie Hill in white dress standing at dressing table with mirror] - writing on back: "Alberta Martie Hill" - photographer: K. Tamamura, Kobe, Japan
221Photograph - black and white - [Image: Alberta Martie Hill wearing oversized hat] - writing on back: "Alberta Martie Hill"
221Photographic postcard - black and white - [Image: woman standing and woman sitting (Alberta Hill and her mother?)] - writing on front: "Mrs. Hill - We would like to join you but we bet our last dollar on Hearst - Two Huzzy's" - Addressed on back to: Mrs. Alberta Hill #206 West 120th St., City
221Photographic postcard - black and white - [Image: Alberta Martie Hill on horse in front of Suffrage Parade in front of U.S. Capitol Building] - "Starting of Suffragette's parade coming up Penn. Ave. March 3, 1912, Washington, DC" - published by I & M Ottenheimer, Baltimore, MD
221Photograph - black and white - round - [Image: Alberta Martie Hill in sash on horseback] - picture was on front of postcard and cut down - stamped on back: Photo by John Farnum, New York Tribune
222Photograph - black and white - 6" x 8" - [Image: Alberta Martie Hill in sash, with cane, sitting sidesaddle on horse back] - Suffragette Parade - embossed: Photographed by Underwood & Underwood, New York
222Photograph - black and white - 6" x 8" - [Image: Alberta Martie Hill in sash, with cane, sitting sidesaddle on horse back under a tree] - Suffragette Parade - embossed: Photographed by Underwood & Underwood, New York
222Photograph - black and white - 6" x 8" - [Image: Alberta Martie Hill in sash, with cane, sitting sidesaddle looking down from horse back] - writing on back: "Alberta Martie Hill New York Parade 1915" - embossed: Photographed by Underwood & Underwood, New York
223Photograph - black and white - [Image: Alberta Martie Hill standing] - writing on back: "Photo by Carl Von Hoffman, The Globe"
223Photograph - black and white - mounted on board - [Image: Alberta Martie Hill in long evening gown] - photographer's signature in red on front
223Photograph, mounted - black and white - [Image: Alberta Martie Hill in dress, standing - cropped - taken in studio with outdoor theme] - writing on back: "Alberta Martie Hill" - stamped: Bernstein's Art Gallery, 2128 7th Ave., NY near 126th St.
224Photograph - black and white - mounted on board - [Image: Alberta Martie Hill standing at dressing table with mirror] - writing on back: "Alberta Martie Hill, Kobe" - photographer: K. Tamamura, Kobe, Japan, 1902 March 2
225Photograph - black and white - 8" x 10" - [Image: woman in white dress, sitting at table, looking down at small, framed portrait photograph] - was in a folder with other pictures of the Woodward girls - embossed:copyright Davis & Sanford, NY
225Photograph - black and white - 8" x 10" - [Image: side view portrait of Nina Woodward] - was in a folder with other pictures of the Woodward girls - embossed: copyright Davis & Sanford, NY.
225Photograph - black and white - [Image: Molly Woodward standing, wearing dress and bonnet] - writing on back: "Molly Woodward" - was in a folder with other pictures of the Woodward girls
225Photograph - black and white 8" x 10" - [Image: Molly Woodward standing, wearing a long dress and holding a book 'Leighton - Masterpieces in Color'] - was in a folder with other pictures of the Woodward girls - embossed: copyright Davis & Sanford, NY
226Photograph - black and white - 8" x 10" - in cover - [Image: Nina & Molly Woodward sitting] - writing inside cover: "Nina & Molly Woodward" - Front cover reads 'M & O Hamre, 44 Ocean Avenue, Arrochar, Staten Island, NY'
226Photograph - black and white - [Image: Toddler (Nina Woodward?) sitting on a bench] - was in a folder with other pictures of the Woodward girls - Photographer: Hamre
227Letter - Factory Products Corporation stationary - To Mr. Frank Smith, New York, NY - "My dear Mr. Smith: Your formal resignation as Vice-President of Factory Products Corporation through inadvertence did not come up at the meeting of the Board on December 21, 1920, and, as there was no other meeting before the annual stockholders' meeting, your term in office, together with those of the other officers, automatically expired at that time in accordance with the By-Laws, and your resignation is filed with the minutes of that meeting. With kindest regards, I am, Factory Products Corporation J.W. DuB. Gould, Secretary" , 1921 April 1
228Newspaper Clipping - Burrelle's Press Clipping Bureau - "'Suff' Flag-Bearer Parading in White Gown That Won Her Fame" - (photograph of) Mrs. Herbert Carpenter - Photographed by: Underwood & Underwood - Article: "Hike on State for Suffrage - Girls in White Gowns March Up Fifth Avenue and Then Turn Semi-Thespians" - Mentions Miss Alberta Hill as one of the lead marchers, 1914 January 26
229Envelope containing 14 drawings by Dorothy Hill (Martie's daughter) - writing on envelope: "Drawings at White's by Dorothy Smith saved by her mother Alberta Martie Hill Smith who suffered under the illusion that we had talent. Dorothy's son Yves might someday find them fun for his children. Note by Dorothy" - addressed to Martie Smith, 202 Prospect Ave., New Brighton, L.I., N.Y.
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251Photograph - black and white - 11" x 14" - [Image: portrait of Gov. Woodrow Wilson] - back has information: 'Photographs of Governor Woodrow Wilson, What he says about them - "R.H. Rose & Son, of Princeton, New Jersey, have an excellent photograph of me which I commend as having my cordial endorsement. Woodrow Wilson" - Price List - R.H. Rose & Son, Princeton, NJ'
252Photograph, mounted - black and white - 9" x 11" - [Image: class group, children and adults] - embossed S. Tchida, Kobe, Japan - writing on back: "Alberta Martie Hill"
253Photograph, mounted - black and white - [Image: cast of play, children on porch] - embossed: 'S. Tchida, Kobe, Japan' - writing on back: "Ralph DeWitt Hill as L'Aiglon - Alberta Martie Hill as Shepherdess"
254Photograph, mounted - black and white - [Image: cast of play in yard in front of house - with adults] - embossed: 'S. Tchida, Kobe, Japan' - writing on back: "Ralph DeWitt Hill behind sailor and Alberta Martie Hill in cap"
255Photograph, mounted - black and white - [Image: group picture of class (mostly boys) in front yard] - embossed: 'S. Tchida, Kobe, Japan' - writing on back: "Ralph DeWitt Hill"
257Photograph, mounted - black and white - [Image: groom, bride, young girl (Alberta Martie Hill), young boy and man in front of porch on house] - stamped: S. Tchida, Kobe, Japan
258Photograph, mounted - back and white - [Image: group picture of children in costume] - embossed: Kamammura, Kobe, Japan - Writing on back: "Alberta Martie Hill in Norwegian costume"
259Photograph, mounted - black and white - [Image: Alberta Hill with two women seated at her desk at the National Democratic Headquarters] - stamped on back: Wallace, 442 W. 28th St., New York
2510Photograph, mounted - black and white - [Image: Alberta Hill in office with several women sitting at tables at National Democratic Headquarters] - writing on back: "Alberta Martie Hill" her office.