Illustration shows a shapely, beautiful young woman standing on the beach between two male admirers, whose wives look on with disapproval from the background.
Women's Auxiliary Army Corps members, France, during World War I. This photograph, thought to be by Tom Aitken, shows four Women's Auxiliary Army Corps (WAAC) members enjoying a swim on a beach in France. The W... more
McLaren family picking Christmas Bells at Lime Burners Creek - Port Macquarie, NSW, 2 December 1918, by Harry McLaren
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Girls with collecting boxes for World War I soldiers relief - Kempsey, NSW, by Angus McNeil, c. 1914-1918
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Welcome Home for returning World War I soldier, Fred Tippett, 1919 ; the two lads in the front, Norm and Jack Maloney, went on to fight in World War II and were Prisoners of War in Changi. They survived - Lewisham, Sydney, NSW
Commemorating the 70th Anniversary of the start of World War II, when Nazi Germany invaded Poland, September 1939. It is ironic that the Japanese, allies in the First World War of the British Empire, are repres... more
Gov. Gardner signing resolution ratifying amendment to U.S. Constitution granting universal franchise to women / Carl Deeg.
Photograph shows a large group, mostly women, standing around a table in the office of Missouri Governor Frederick Gardner as he signs the resolution ratifying the 19th constitutional amendment; Missouri became... more
Officers of the National Woman's Party who will direct the Woman's Liberty Drive which opens on Thanksgiving Day to raise funds to complete the ratification of the federal suffrage amendment. When the drive opens 20 states will have ratified, 19 have already taken favorable action, and a special session has been called in North Dakota for November 25. 16 states are still needed for the adoption of the amendment. These must be secured, according to suffrage leaders, by the first of March in order to enable women of the country to register in the primaries of all states. The Woman's Liberty Drive will be conducted in states which have already ratified the amendment and the funds will be used in campaigns to persuade reluctant governors to call special sessions of their state legislatures. "If special sessions were called a majority in enough of the legislatures is pledged to complete ratification tomorrow," Alice Paul, chairman of the National Woman's Party and Commander-in-Chief of the drive, stated today. Left to right - top row: Mrs. Agnes Morey of Brookline, Massachusetts chairman of Woman's Party. Mrs. Abby Scott Baker of Washington, political chairman, directing drive in New York state. Mrs. Lawrence Lewis of Philadelphia, finance chairman, touring all campaign states. Center: Mrs. O.H. P. Belmont, New York state chairman. Lower row: Mrs. Clara Snell Wolfe of Texas, directing drive in S.W. Mrs. Nelson Whittemore, Detroit, in charge of Michigan drive, state chairman. Mrs. Genevieve Allen, San Francisco, California chairman.
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