Lucy Hargrett Draper British and American women's history collection

Lucy Hargrett Draper British and American women's history collection

Descriptive Summary

Repository: Hargrett Manuscripts
Creator: Draper, Lucy Hargrett
Title: Lucy Hargrett Draper British and American women's history collection
Dates: 1840-1998
Quantity: 37.0 Linear feet (23 boxes and 1 oversize folder)
Coll. Number: ms3071

Biographical/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 Note

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.


Index Terms

Anthony, Susan B., (Susan Brownell), 1820-1906
Catt, Carrie Chapman, 1859-1947
Feminism.
First-wave feminism.
Howe, Julia Ward, 1819-1910
Mott, Lucretia, 1793-1880
Pankhurst, E. Sylvia, (Estelle Sylvia), 1882-1960
Pankhurst, Emmeline, 1858-1928
Photographs.
Postcards.
Second-wave feminism.
Stanton, Elizabeth Cady, 1815-1902
Suffrage--United States.
Suffragists.
Women's rights--United States.
Women--Legal status, laws, etc.
Women--Photographs.
Women--Social conditions.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation note

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


Related Material

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

BoxItem
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
2Written 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
3Ambridge, 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
4Back 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
5Written 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.
6Amendment 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.
7Crowd 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.
8Liberty 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., May 6, 1913.
9Starting 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.
10Starting 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.
11Suffragette'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. [1913] / Unposted
12Women 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
149 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
15The 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.
16Part 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
17Suffragette 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., Sep. 24, 1909.
18Suffragette 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.
19Suffragette 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.
20Suffragette 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.
21Suffragette 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.
22Suffragette 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.
23Suffragette 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.
24Suffragette 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.
25Suffragette 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.
26Suffragette 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: [Illegible]asantpoint, [Illegible], Feb. [Illegible], 1914.
27Suffragette 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.] / Unposted
28Suffragette 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
29Suffragette 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.
30Suffragette 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
31Suffragette 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., July 7, 1910.
32Suffragette 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., Sept. 12, 1910.
33Suffragette 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
34Woman 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 / Unposted
35It'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 / Unposted
36It 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 / Unposted
37The 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 / Unposted
38Will 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 / Unposted
39Equal 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 / Unposted
40Woman, 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 / Unposted
41EQUAL 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 / Unposted
42The 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 / Unposted
43A 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 / Unposted
44Because 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 / Unposted
45Because 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 / Unposted
46Parents 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 / Unposted
47Don'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 / Unposted
48MAN 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 / Unposted
49Is 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 / Unposted
50Beware 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 / Unposted
51Machine 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 / Unposted
52Any 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 / Unposted
53If 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 / Unposted
54Every 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 / Unposted
55United 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
56United 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
57United 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
58United 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
59United 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
60Equal 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
61I 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
62The 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
63Votes 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
64Votes 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.
65Votes 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
66Votes 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.
67Votes 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.
68Votes 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
69De 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., Jan. 25, 1923.
70The 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
71Oh 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 1910 [U.S.] / Unposted
72Yes, 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.
73Now 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
74The 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., Dec. 14, 1915.
75If 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
76Nobody 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
77Would 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
78Something 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. / Unposted
79Why 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].
80Why 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.
81The 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
82The 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
83The 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
84The 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.
85The 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.
86I'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
87Suffragettes 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., Sep. 10, 1910
88The 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., Aug. 9, 1910
89Suffragette 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] / Unposted
90Election 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, August 18, 1913.
91Election 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 / Unposted
92Votes 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
93Votes 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
94Votes 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
95I 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.
96St. 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.
97To 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
98To 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., Feb. 12, 1920.
99The 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.
100The 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., Aug. 28, 1912.
101"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
102Just 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.
103Easter 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.
104I 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].
105I 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, July [illegible], 1914.
106What 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].
107A 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
108Puzzle--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 / Unposted
109- 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
110Ambition; 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."] / Unposted
111Who 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
112To 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.
113WOMAN'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
114By 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].
115Women's Rights.; 9 x 14 cm; b&w photograph w/ red and green background; [Image: photograph of two women showing their legs.] / Unposted
116"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.
117Nobody Loves Me -- Guess I'll be a suffragette.; 9 x 14 cm; color; [Image: Pouting, tearful little girl wearing a pink dress is putting on a pair of boys overalls.]; Imprint: [Series:] A617 / Unposted
118Lend 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
119An 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 / Unposted
120The 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.
121Women 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.
122Mother'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, Sept. 17, 1913.
123"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
124My 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.
125My 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
126A 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
2We 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
3If 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
4In 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
5We 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
6It 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
7In 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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113Photograph of Parade, 1913, 9 x 14 cm; b&w photograph - Image: Photograph of Parade/ Unposted
127Miss 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
128Miss 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
129Mrs. Pankhurst Arrested in Victoria Street, Feb. 13, 1908 - UK, 9x14 cm; b&w photograph - Imprint: Photochrom Co., Ltd., London and Destroit, U.S.A., Printed in England [1908] / Unposted
130Mrs. Pankhurst, 14x9 cm; b&w photograph - Imprint: Photographed & Published by F. Kehrbahn & Co., Bexley Heath / Unposted
131Mrs. Pankhurst, 14x9 cm; b&w photograph - Unposted
132Mrs. 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
133Mrs. Pankhurst, 14x9 cm; b&w photograph - Unposted
134Mrs. 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
135Mrs. Henry Fawcett, L.L.D., 14x9 cm; b&w photograph - Elliott & Fry - [Image: Full length; sitting in profile. ]/ Unposted
136"Votes for Women," Mrs. Despard, Hon. Treasurer, Women's Freedom League; 14x9 cm; b&w photograph; Photo Elliott & Fry - Imprint: Printed in Englan [sic] / Unposted
1379x14 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
1389x14 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
139This 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
140This 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
141This 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
142This 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.
143This 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.
144This 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
145This 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.
146This 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.
147This 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
148This 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
149This 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.
150Is 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
151An 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, Jan. 6, 1909.
152An 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
153An 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_.
154The 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.
155Mendicant: 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
156My 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, July 15, 1916.
157Slow 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., Feb. 14, 1912.
158If 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
159What 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 / Unposted
160"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
161Is 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.
162Is 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
163Now! 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
164"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
165"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.
166"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
167"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.
168The 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.
169"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] / Unposted
170"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.
171"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, May 6, 1907.
172"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.
173"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.
174Suffragists 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.
175Suffragettes 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.
176The "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.
177There 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.
178A 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.
179"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
180"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
181The 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
182The 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
183The 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.
184The 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
185The 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
186The 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.
187The 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].
188"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
189"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.
190"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.
191"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
192"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
193"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
194"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.
195"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.
196"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.
197"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.
198The 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
199The 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.
200"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, Nov. 5, 1908.
201"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
202"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
203"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
204"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
205"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
206"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.
207"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].
208"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
209Girls 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.
210"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.
211"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.
212"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
213"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
214"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.
215"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
9If 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



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.]
2Addams, 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.]
3Anthony, 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."
4Anthony, 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..."
6Anthony, 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..."
7Anthony, 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..."
8Anthony, 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..."
9Anthony, 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..."
10Anthony, 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..."
11Anthony, 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…"
12Anthony, 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..." [Superb primary source information.]
13Anthony, 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.]
14Anthony, 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..."
15Anthony, Susan B., Quotation, U.S., Autograph, Rare; signed. "Principle Not Policy" -- "Justice not Favors" "April 2, 1869" Written on a blank leaf.
16Anthony, 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." [A superb primary source revealing the battles that Susan B. Anthony and the Suffrage movement encountered in their efforts for Women's Rights.]
74Anthony, 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. Anthony at her indignant best!]
75Anthony, Susan B., Letter, U.S., Autographed, Rare; dated July 30, 1873, [is perhaps the most extraordinary letter in the lot. 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?" [In fact, President Grant did appoint Judge Ward Hunt to the Supreme Court in 1873!] And then she gives her masterful (and most probably wholly accurate) 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."]
76Anthony, 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 Stnaton and Anthony were including in their monumental The History of Women Suffrage. John Chester Buttre was a renowned engraver whoe 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."]
77Anthony, 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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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.]
18Barton, 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.]
19Calderone, 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.]
20Catt, 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"
21Catt, 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.]
22Catt, 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.
24Dickinson, 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.]
25Dickinson, 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"
26Drier, 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.]
27Elder, Ruth, Note, U.S., Autographed, Rare; Signed. Addressed "To Madelyn Brower, Sincerely, Ruth Elder. Nov. 30, 1927"
28Faithfull, 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.]
29Garrison, 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"
30Greer, 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."
31Greer, Germaine, Autograph Card, U.K., Signed.
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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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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.]
34Ingalls, Laura, Autograph, U.S., Signature, Rare; on envelope with newspaper clipping describing her arrival in Miami pasted on. Envelope postmarked April 23, 1934.
35Kilbreth, 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.
36Kirkpatrick, Jeane, Autograph, U.S., Signature. No Date. Written on U.N. Stationary with United States symbol. Printed: From the Permanent Representative.
37Keller, 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
38Larcom, 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.]
39Livermore, 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.]
40Livermore, 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.]
41Livermore, Mary A., Letter, U.S., Autographed, Rare; Signed. 1891 December 11th. Ludington, Michigan. 1 page. Addressed to "Dear Madam" [Declining an invitation.]
42Livermore, Mary A., Autograph, Quotation, U.S., Autographed, Rare; signed: "Character is Destiny"
43Livermore, Mary A., Autograph, Quotation, U.S., Autographed,, Rare; signed: "Character is Destiny" Melrose, Mass.
44Livermore, Mary A., Autograph, Quotation, U.S., Autographed, Rare; signed: "Character is Destiny" Melrose, Mass. July 12, 1873"
45Lockwood, 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."
46Lockwood, 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.]
48Mott, Lucretia, Autograph, U.S., Signature
49Mott, 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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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.
51Northrup, 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. Important primary source for 20th century anti-suffrage sentiment.]
52Owens, 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.]
53Parks, Rosa, Autograph, U.S., Signature, Rare; Rosa Parks: First Day Cover Envelope Signed. 1988
54Rankin, 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.]
55Roosevelt, Eleanor, Trading Card, U.S., Autographed, Rare.
56Rowe, 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.
57Sand, George, Autograph, U.S., Signature, Rare; signature on printed card. 1 Juillet, 1869.
58Sanger, 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.]
59Sanger, Margaret, Letter, U.S., Autographed, Rare; 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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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"]
61Stanton, 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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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]
63Stone, 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.]
64Stone, 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.]
65Stone, 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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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.]
67Tarbell, Ida M., Calling Card, U.S., Autographed, Rare.
68Taylor, 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.
70Whitehouse, 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]
71Willard, 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.]
72Willard, 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.]
73Willard, Frances Elizabeth, Letter, U.S., 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.]
 

3. Photographs

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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.
2Anthony, 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
3Anthony, 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. Photograph [Modern reproduction photographs. Research value.]
5Anthony, Susan B., U.S., Photograph. Ca. 1895. Photograph [Modern reproduction photographs. Research value.]
6Anthony, 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.
7A 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-?].
8Catt, 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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49Colored Women's Suffragist Club, U.S., Photograph, Rare; [Image: 1919 Parade Up Fifth Avenue including the African American "Hellfighters Band" Followed by the Colored Women's Suffragist Club.]
10Claflin, 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]
11Corbett-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.
12Dickinson, Anna E., U.S., Photograph, Carte-de-Visite, Rare; Signed in image: Truly Yours, Anna Dickinson; San Francisco. [186-].
13Friedman, Betty, U.S., Photograph, Autographed, Rare signed twice in image. Black and white.
14Gandhi, Indira, U.S., Photograph, Autographed, Rare; signed with envelope and note from her private secretary. Dated 1966.
15Howe, Julia Ward, U.S., Photograph, Reproduction; photograph. Research value.
16Jordan, Barbara, U.S., Photograph, Autographed; signed in image. Austin, TX, Charles Guerrero, 1990.
17King, Billie Jean, U.S., Photograph, Autographed; signed in image. [1970s.]
18Linton, Mrs. Lynn, U.S., Photograph, Rare, London: W & D Downey. [188?.]Black and white. Scarce.
19MacDonald, 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.
20Mott, Lucretia, U.S., Photograph, Carte-de-visite, Rare; Philadelphia, PA. J.W. Hurn. [Ca. 1860.]
21Notable Women, Reproduction, U.S., Notable Women Photo Display, Set 1, Collection of 24 photographs in folder with biographical sketches.
22Notable Women, Reproduction, U.S, Notable Women Photo Display, Set 2, Collection of 24 photographs in folder with biographical sketches.
23O'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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424Pankhurst, Emmeline, U.S., Photograph, Autographed, Rare; signed below image. Nov. 1913. Chicago: Matzene. [1913].
25Pankhurst, Richard M., U.S., Photograph, Autographed, Rare; signed. Machester: C.A. DuVal & Co. [Ca. 1890s.]
26Parks, Rosa Louise, U.S., Photograph, Autographed; Black and white photograph signed.
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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. Photographs of letters of Alice Paul have not appeared at auction in the last 20 years.]; Framed.
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427Rankin, Jeanette, U.S, Photograph reproduction. Research value only.
28Stanton, Elizabeth Cady & Susan B. Anthony, U.S., Photograph, Reproduction, Cut Signature; [Reproduction photograph dated November 20, 1893. New York City, NY.]; With cut signature of Elizabeth Cady Stanton.
49Stanton, Elizabeth Cady & Susan B. Anthony, U.S., Photograph reproduction. Dated November 20, 1893. New York City, NY.
29Stanton, Elizabeth Cady, U.S., Photograph, Carte-de-visite, Rare; Carte-de-visite. [Ca. 1860s.]
30Stanton, Elizabeth Cady, U.S., Photograph, Carte-de-visite, Rare. Philadelphia, PA: J.W. Hurn. [Ca. 1890s.]
31Stanton, Elizabeth Cady, U.S., Photograph, Carte-de-visite, Rare. Cabinet photograph. Philadelphia, PA: Frey. [Ca. 1870.]
32Stanton, Elizabeth Cady, U.S., Photograph reproduction. Research value only.
33Steinem, Gloria, U.S., Photograph signed blue marker. Black and white. No date.
34Steinem, Gloria, U.S., Photograph signed black marker. Black and white. No date.
35Stone, 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."
36Stone, 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.
37Suffragette, A Burat Mongolian Suffragette, Mongolia, Photograph, Rare. New York. Associated Press, 1930. Black and white.
38Suffragettes. 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]
39Suffragettes. 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]
40Suffragettes. 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."
41Switzerland, Photograph, Rare, Headquarters, World Woman's Party, Geneva, Switzerland.
42Tarbell, Ida M., Photograph. U.S., reproduction. Signed: "Ida M. Tarbell. November 1933."
43Truth, 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."
44Truth, 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."
45Truth, Sojourner, U.S., Photograph reproduction. Research value only.
46Tubman, Harriet, U.S., Photograph reproduction. Research value only.
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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.
48Woodhull, Victoria [Victoria Claflin], U.S., Photograph, Carte-de-visite, Rare; "April 6, 1870" written on back. Printed with legend: "Mrs. Woodhull / Broker."
 

4. Ephemera

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218Pro-Child Pro-Family Pro-Choice; Sticker with blue background white lettering 10 x 17 cm
19Show your support with NOW Checks; 17.5 x 9 cm
20It's a Child . . . Not a Choice; Round sticker;5 cm diameter
21Election 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
22"You and I will Change the World!"; Nisan Young Women Leaders, Israel; Sticker; 16 x 10 cm
23Weaving Peace for Human Needs; WILPF 80th Anniversary sticker; white with blue print; 10 x 7.8 cm
24Letterhead 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
25Newsletter, addressed to Lucy Draper - Women's Equality Day - Living the Legacy; 4 pgs., 1998
 

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.
2Atlantic 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
27Harper's New Monthly Magazine; Number 33; February 1853; Volume 6; pgs. 289-428; no softcover
28Harper's New Monthly Magazine; Number 44; January 1854; Volume 8; pgs. 145-176 (part); no softcover
29Harper's New Monthly Magazine; Number 46; March 1854; Volume 8; pgs. 433-568; no softcover
30Harper's New Monthly Magazine; Number 47; April 1854; Volume 8; pgs. 577-720; no softcover
31Harper'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
32Harper's New Monthly Magazine; Number 60; May 1855; Volume 10; pgs. 721-864; no softcover
33Harper's New Monthly Magazine; Number 64; September 1855; Volume 11; pgs. 433-574; softcover
34Harper'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.
2Harper's New Monthly Magazine; Number 79; December 1856; Volume 14; pgs. 1-144; no softcover.
3Harper'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
5Harper's New Monthly Magazine; Number 211; December 1867; Volume 36; pgs. 1-136; softcover
6Harper's New Monthly Magazine; Number 218; July 1868; Volume 37; pgs. 145-288; softcover
7Harper's New Monthly Magazine; Number 219; August 1868; volume 37; pgs. 289-432; softcover.
8Harper's New Monthly Magazine; Number 221; October 1868; volume 37; pgs 577-720; softcover
9Harper's New Monthly Magazine; Number 225; February 1869; Volume 38; pgs. 289-432; softcover
10Harper's New Monthly Magazine; Number 235; December 1869; Volume 40; pgs. 1-160; softcover
11Harper's New Monthly Magazines; Number 280; September 1873; Volume 47; pgs. 481-640; softcover
12Harper's New Monthly Magazine; Number 309; February 1876; Volume 52; pgs. 313-472; no softcover.
13Harper's New Monthly Magazine; Number 310; March 1876; Volume 52; pgs. 473-632; no softcover
14Harper's New Monthly Magazine; Number 311; April 1876; Volume 52; pgs. 633-792; softcover
15Harper'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
17Harper's New Monthly Magazine; Number 370; March 1881; Volume 62; pgs. 481-640; softcover
18Harper'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
20Harper'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
21Harper's New Monthly Magazine; Number 572; January 1898; volume 96; pgs. 169-326; softcover
22Harper's New Monthly Magazine; Number 580; September 1898; Volume 97; pgs. 499-661; softcover
23Harper's New Monthly Magazine, No. 49; Volume 9; (part) pgs. 33-76.
24Harper's New Monthly Magazine; No. 50; Vol. 9; (part) pgs. 147-286
25Harper's New Monthly Magazine; No. 61; Vol. 11; (part) pgs. 3-144
26Harper's New Monthly Magazine; No. 70; Vol. 12 (part) pgs. 509-576
27Harper's New Monthly Magazine; No. 77; Vol. 13; (part) pgs. 533-700
28Harper's New Monthly Magazine; No. 90; Vol. 15 (part) pgs. 797-860
29Harper's New Monthly Magazine, No. 91; Volume 16; (part) pgs. 19-124.
30Metropolitan Grand Opera Magazine, Libretto - Les Contes d Hoffman (Tales of Hoffman); pgs. 1-59; softcover
31The 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
33Newsweek 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
3The 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']; 25 x 38 cm
5Harper'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];27 x 40 cm
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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 in what looks like a balcony.]; 28 x 41 cm
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635Harper's Weekly, July 25, 1914, back of cover page; Fisher, Katharine Rolston; "The 'Anti' Speaks"; 34 x 19 cm
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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
4Harper'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
8The 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
9Pictorial Review; Vol. XVI, No. 5, February 1915, pg. 3; Vance, Arthur T., ed.; "Let's Make a Law Against It"; 38 x 26 cm
10The Saturday Evening Post, October 9, 1915, pg. 24; "Votes for Women"; 35 x 27.5 cm
11Sunday Magazine, July 22, 1906; pgs. 3, 4; Thornton, Walter; "Woman's Progress in the 20th Century"; 36 x 25.5 cm
12Woman's Home Companion, November 1922, pg. 4; Richardson, Anna Steese; "Campaigning with Women Candidates"; 34 x 26 cm
13Unknown 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
14Unknown 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
15Unknown 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
 

6. Artifacts

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7NARAL Pro-Choice Delegate Democratic Convention '96; green colored badge with no back clip; 5 x 7 cm
Celebrate 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
Votes 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
Women'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
OS Folder
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
Votes 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
We 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
Honored Guest; Sash; Gold with purple print; 158 x 7 cm
Celebrate International Women's Day March 8, 1995; Ribbon, yellow with purple lettering; 16 x 4 cm
Celebrate International Women's Day March 8, 1995; Ribbon, yellow with purple lettering; 16 x 4 cm