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Meeting of loyal citizens.

Meeting of loyal citizens.

From the Oliver R. Barrett Collection

President Lincoln's funeral. [Harper's Weekly illustration.]

President Lincoln's funeral. [Harper's Weekly illustration.]

From Harper's Weekly, May 13, 1865, p. 296-297. Photographed by Brady.

Political and business convention. Circular No. 1. Thursday morning Sept. 3d. 1868.

Political and business convention. Circular No. 1. Thursday morning Se...

Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 127, Folder 32.

[Photograph of sculpture "Lincoln of The Second Inaugural," bronze by Brown located in New York City.]

[Photograph of sculpture "Lincoln of The Second Inaugural," bronze by ...

Sculpture located in Union Square, New York City. Unveiled September 16, 1870.

Map of Long Island City, Queens Co. N.Y. : showing farm lines &c. &c. : reduced from Commissioners new city map

Map of Long Island City, Queens Co. N.Y. : showing farm lines &c. &c. ...

Cadastral map showing lot lines, farm boundaries, property-owners' names, streetcar lines, planned streets, and street widths. Depths shown by soundings. Imperfect: Halved, mounted on cloth backing. Includes 2 ... More

Map of Long Island City, Queens Co., N.Y

Map of Long Island City, Queens Co., N.Y

Also shows district names, wards (hand col.), streetcar lines, and radial distances from N.Y. City Hall. Imperfect: Shellacked, mounted on cloth backing, edges hemmed. Includes notes, public-building index, chu... More

In memoriam. Long Island farmer on the death of his beloved wife, March 24, 1881. Little Neck, L. I. 1881.

In memoriam. Long Island farmer on the death of his beloved wife, Marc...

Verse. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 129, Folder 24a.

Long Island farmer on seeing a beautiful quilt, made by Miss Ella Foster of Flushing ... Blood H. Cutter. Little Neck, L. I. Jan. 1885.

Long Island farmer on seeing a beautiful quilt, made by Miss Ella Fost...

Verse. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 129, Folder 24b.

New map of Kings and Queens counties, New York : from actual surveys.

New map of Kings and Queens counties, New York : from actual surveys.

General-content map of the present-day borough of Brooklyn (Kings County, New York City) and the entire pre-1899 area of Queens County. Also covers Nassau County which was formed from the eastern part of Queens... More

Metropolitan Opera House Reunion of the Pioneers and Friends of Woman's Progress on Elizabeth Cady Stanton's Eightieth Birthday

Metropolitan Opera House Reunion of the Pioneers and Friends of Woman'...

Speakers highlight women's progress in religion, education, philanthropy, art, medicine, suffrage

Map of the town of Newtown, Queens Co., N.Y

Map of the town of Newtown, Queens Co., N.Y

Street map of Elmhurst, Corona, Middle Village, and adjacent districts, Queens County, Long Island, including Long Island City. "July 1896." Blueprint, originally printed on 2 sheets. Imperfect: Fold-lined, ann... More

Carnegie Hall Mass Suffrage Meeting and Anti-Suffrage meeting compared

Carnegie Hall Mass Suffrage Meeting and Anti-Suffrage meeting compared

Anne Fitzhugh Miller, who attended both meetings, noted that three thousand attended the Carnegie Hall suffrage meeting and over one thousand could not be seated while only a few hundred attended the anti-suffr... More

Hughes Censored in Resolutions, 39th annual New York State Woman Suffrage Association convention; page 2

Hughes Censored in Resolutions, 39th annual New York State Woman Suffr...

Gov. Charles Hughes criticized for vetoing bill for equal pay for New York City teachers; Mrs. Henry Villard, daughter of Wm Lloyd Garrison, report on Hague Peace Conference; New York Woman's Suffrage Associati... More

Geneva Political Equality Club Afternoon Meeting at the Home of Mrs. W. H. Partidge

Geneva Political Equality Club Afternoon Meeting at the Home of Mrs. W...

Geneva Political Equality Club parlor meeting of music and recitation, Mrs. D. W. Hallenbeck presided, Anne Fitzhugh Miller absent in New York City

Hughes Censored in Resolutions, 39th annual New York State Woman Suffrage Association convention

Hughes Censored in Resolutions, 39th annual New York State Woman Suffr...

Gov. Charles Hughes criticized for vetoing bill for equal pay for New York City teachers; Mrs. Henry Villard, daughter of Wm Lloyd Garrison, report on Hague Peace Conference; New York Woman's Suffrage Associati... More

Women's suffrage agitation

Women's suffrage agitation

Editorial suggests that adoption of British militant tactics will split the American suffrage movement; suffragists need to win over majority of women

National Arbitration and Peace Conference Last Week

National Arbitration and Peace Conference Last Week

Shows Andrew Carnegie on stage, Carnegie Hall, April 17, 1907, receiving insignia of commander in the French Legion of Honor. Front page illustration, Oversize photomechanical print.

Women Who Want the Ballot Give Their Reasons; page 3

Women Who Want the Ballot Give Their Reasons; page 3

On election day members of Equality League of Self-Supporting Women passed out suffrage literature to voters at polls and held mock elections with voting instructions for nearly 2,000 women at seven theaters. C... More

College Women on Dr. Abbott's Trail

College Women on Dr. Abbott's Trail

New York City demonstration organized by College Equal Suffrage League to show that college men and women support woman suffrage. Mrs. Russell Sage, Mrs. Clarence Mackay and Mrs. Robert Abbey were patronesses, ... More

Women Who Want the Ballot Give their Reasons

Women Who Want the Ballot Give their Reasons

On election day members of Equality League of Self-Supporting Women passed out suffrage literature to voters at polls and held mock elections with voting instructions for nearly 2,000 women at seven theaters. C... More

Suffragists Win--Over A Man Milliner

Suffragists Win--Over A Man Milliner

Equality League for Self-Supporting Women send a rain of yellow "Votes for Women" balloons upon the business men's Republican parade. Inez Milholland spoke via megaphone; male milliner protests, busting balloon... More

Women Who Want the Ballot Give Their Reasons; page 2

Women Who Want the Ballot Give Their Reasons; page 2

On election day members of Equality League of Self-Supporting Women passed out suffrage literature to voters at polls and held mock elections with voting instructions for nearly 2,000 women at seven theaters. C... More

Mrs. Cobden Sanderson Addresses Men in Madison Square

Mrs. Cobden Sanderson Addresses Men in Madison Square

Mrs. Cobden Sanderson braves icy wind to address open air meeting, photomechanical print; Maud Malone carries "Votes for Women" banner; Mrs. B. Borrmann Wells and Harriet Keyser speak, supported by Alexander Ir... More

What's the Matter With New York? If I lived in Finland, Norway...

What's the Matter With New York? If I lived in Finland, Norway...

Notes states and countries where women can vote and suggests that mothers and teachers voting would address home interests and improve working conditions.

Mrs. Belmont Presiding At Carnegie Hall Suffrage Meeting

Mrs. Belmont Presiding At Carnegie Hall Suffrage Meeting

3,000 attend mass suffrage meeting, three fourths are women; photomechanical print show speakers on stage, backed by posters illustrating unequal pay status of women teachers, postal and textile workers.

Woman Suffrage Party: Organization and mission statement

Woman Suffrage Party: Organization and mission statement

Carrie Chapman Catt, Mrs. Clarence Mackay and Mrs. William Ivins organize Woman Suffrage Party to pursue suffrage legislation to amend the state constitution

Welcome to Mrs. Pankhurst; Lots of Clothes But Little Talk at the Reception

Welcome to Mrs. Pankhurst; Lots of Clothes But Little Talk at the Rece...

National American Woman's Suffrage Association headquarters reception for Emmeline Pankhurst; President Anna Shaw welcome; attire of attendees described; Pankhurst explains that "suffragette" though initially d... More

Attention Suffragists; Hearing at 2 pm; Mass Meeting at 8 pm, Albany

Attention Suffragists; Hearing at 2 pm; Mass Meeting at 8 pm, Albany

Central Legislative Committee, Woman Suffrage Headquarters announces arrangements for New York Central train to Albany suffrage hearings and urges participation.

Mrs. Belmont Presiding At Carnegie Hall Suffrage Meeting; page 2

Mrs. Belmont Presiding At Carnegie Hall Suffrage Meeting; page 2

3,000 attend mass suffrage meeting, three fourths are women; photomechanical print show speakers on stage, backed by posters illustrating unequal pay status of women teachers, postal and textile workers.

Women Out in Mass to Welcome Mrs. Pankhurst

Women Out in Mass to Welcome Mrs. Pankhurst

Describes Pankhurst Reception: women in professions and trade unions represented on platform with organizational banners and flag of Wyoming

Welcome to Mrs. Pankhurst; Lots of Clothes But Little Talk at the Reception; page 2

Welcome to Mrs. Pankhurst; Lots of Clothes But Little Talk at the Rece...

National American Woman's Suffrage Association headquarters reception for Emmeline Pankhurst; President Anna Shaw welcome; attire of attendees described; Pankhurst explains that "suffragette" though initially d... More

Harriot Stanton Blatch to Anne Fitzhugh Miller, February 23, 1909

Harriot Stanton Blatch to Anne Fitzhugh Miller, February 23, 1909

Blatch requests that Anne Fitzhugh Miller arrange an interview with Speaker James Wadsworth for February 24, 1909, before suffrage hearing.

Mass Meeting in Honor of Emmeline Pankhurst, Carnegie Hall

Mass Meeting in Honor of Emmeline Pankhurst, Carnegie Hall

Equality League of Self-Supporting Women sponsor Mass Meeting to welcome Emmeline Pankhurst; Anna Shaw and Mrs. Raymond Robbins speak

The Clamor of Women

The Clamor of Women

Editorial comment: praises decorum and respectability of Albany suffrage hearings, but fear that American suffragists will follow more militant British suffragists in a cause against their best interests. Belie... More

Suffrage Appeal; Women Address Governors in Washington

Suffrage Appeal; Women Address Governors in Washington

New York suffragists, introduced by Gov. Hughes, address Governor's Conference in Washington, D. C. Urging them to consider uniform suffrage legislation; invited to present report at next conference; Katherine ... More

Greater New York Woman Suffrage Convention,

Greater New York Woman Suffrage Convention,

Notice of Convention of women of Greater New York City to adopt proposals for amending the City Charter and State and National Constitutions to improve women's status

Many women voters gather to celebrate

Many women voters gather to celebrate

Women Have Spoken: February 1911 Seattle editorial praises women's interest in mayoralty recall election by attendance at mass meeting.

Volley-Thunder. Discusses suffrage factions lobbying New York State Legislature

Volley-Thunder. Discusses suffrage factions lobbying New York State Le...

Discusses suffrage factions attending suffrage hearings: New York Woman Suffrage Association not coordinated with Equal Franchise Society ; Alva Belmont's decides not to go to Albany. Reference to suffrage amen... More

Suffragists in Storm Scold the Lawmakers

Suffragists in Storm Scold the Lawmakers

Reports protest parade of ninety cars, banner messages, and demonstration attended by 10,000; summary of speeches: women more educated than men; women policemen would wipe out white slave trade; pass resolution... More

The Equal Franchise Society meeting announcement

The Equal Franchise Society meeting announcement

Professor Henry S Nash, Harriot Stanton Blatch, Carrie Chapman Catt and Anna Shaw, speakers at Equal Franchise Society meetings.

The Equal Franchise Society; Legislative Series

The Equal Franchise Society; Legislative Series

Suffrage responses to typical anti-suffrage arguments.

Photomechanical print of memorial plaques for William Lloyd Garrison and Henry George

Photomechanical print of memorial plaques for William Lloyd Garrison a...

Photomechanical print of memorial plaques with profiles in relief and inscriptions: William Lloyd Garrison died here, May 24, 1879; Henry George died here, Oct. 29, 1897. Anne Fitzhugh Miller wrote below Garris... More

Suffrage Matinee organized by Beatrice Forbes-Robertson for benefit of Equality League of Self-Supporting Women at Maxine Elliott's Theatre

Suffrage Matinee organized by Beatrice Forbes-Robertson for benefit of...

Lists three suffrage plays performed: "Before the Dawn" by Bessie Hatton; "A Woman's Influence" by Gertrude Jennings; and "How the Vote Was Won" by Cicily Hamilton and Crystopyher St. John; lists performers and... More

Green White and Violet Banner

Green White and Violet Banner

Banner of Green, White, and Violet, (Give Women Votes) the colors of the Geneva Political Equality Club, as well as the Women's Political Union.

Woman Suffrage Protest Meeting Notice

Woman Suffrage Protest Meeting Notice

Lists organizations and chairman of five platforms for Union Square suffrage demonstration

Greater New York Woman Suffrage Convention, (Mrs. Mackay will read the Platform)

Greater New York Woman Suffrage Convention, (Mrs. Mackay will read the...

Lists speakers including Mrs. John Winters Brannan, Anna Garlin Spencer, Harriot Stanton Blatch, Maud Nathan

Nora Blatch De Forest to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Nora Blatch De Forest to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Nora De Forest, as chairman of the pageant committee, asks her cousin Anne Fitzhugh Miller to organize Geneva girls to make parade banners, including one bearing Elizabeth Smith Miller's name.

Suffragists Parade to Union Square; page 2

Suffragists Parade to Union Square; page 2

College girls, working girls, professional women and socialites all participate in New York City Suffrage parade; Union Square speakers protest New York legislature's lack of action on suffrage bill.

New York City Suffrage Parade photograph, bottom right

New York City Suffrage Parade photograph, bottom right

Photograph shows suffragists with banners, marching in New York City suffrage parade, with crowds along street. Anne Fitzhugh Miller is in the middle grouping of three, facing the camera.

The Advancing Suffrage Cause

The Advancing Suffrage Cause

Editorial praises democratic parade in which rich and working women of all professions marched together in common cause for equal suffrage; notes progress in western states and Europe.

Suffrage Parade a Success; Greatest Demonstration

Suffrage Parade a Success; Greatest Demonstration

Suffrage marchers gain respect and cheers from spectators; photomechanical print of pioneer carriage; descriptions of parade to be sent to state legislators.

Militant Suffragists Line Up for Grand March in Crusade for Votes; page 2

Militant Suffragists Line Up for Grand March in Crusade for Votes; pag...

Suffragists protest New York Judiciary committee tabling suffrage bill; quotes from anti-suffragists hand bills.

Sylvia Pankhurst speaks in New York City; page 2

Sylvia Pankhurst speaks in New York City; page 2

Sylvia Pankhurst describes her experience in suffrage marches and prison; militancy was in response to brutal treatment.

To All Women, Greeting: Woman Suffrage Pageant and Mass Meeting

To All Women, Greeting: Woman Suffrage Pageant and Mass Meeting

Notice: Calling all women to participate in Women's Suffrage Parade and Mass meeting sponsored by Women's Political Union and Woman Suffrage Party.

Newspaper photomechanical print of Harriot Stanton Blatch

Newspaper photomechanical print of Harriot Stanton Blatch

Photomechanical print of Harriot Stanton Blatch, in academic robes, marching in New York City suffrage parade organized under her leadership.

Balance Sheet of Receipts for New York Suffrage Parade

Balance Sheet of Receipts for New York Suffrage Parade

Lists receipts, contributions in kind, and disbursements totaling over $2,000 for New York Suffrage Parade, requiring Women's Political Union to cover over $1,000; favorable excepts from N.Y. Times; requests re... More

New York City Suffrage Parade photograph, bottom left

New York City Suffrage Parade photograph, bottom left

Photograph shows marching suffragists in New York City parade, crowd along streets and in windows.

14th Assembly District Club, Political Equality Association

14th Assembly District Club, Political Equality Association

Manuscript note on verso by Anne Fitzhugh Miller: "I truly think this is the best yet! Please return to Anne Fitzhugh Miller." Political Equity Association presents weekly scheduling of suffrage programs.

Williams map of Long Island City section of Queens Borough, New York

Williams map of Long Island City section of Queens Borough, New York

Also covers Manhattan east of Eighth Avenue. Also shows streetcar lines and pier numbers. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.

Suffragists Parade to Union Square

Suffragists Parade to Union Square

Over 3,000 suffragists march down Fifth Avenue to Union Square, banners flying, "forward into light"; well received by crowds, except male supporters heckled and anti-suffragists pass handbills; Dr. Antoinette ... More

A Demonstration that Made an Impression and Saturday's Parade Re-reviewed

A Demonstration that Made an Impression and Saturday's Parade Re-revie...

Favorable review of suffrage parade, showed there was an army as well as generals; won dignity, respect by public confession of faith across class and profession.

The Advancing Suffrage Cause; page 2

The Advancing Suffrage Cause; page 2

Editorial praises democratic parade in which rich and working women of all professions marched together in common cause for equal suffrage; notes progress in western states and Europe.

Greatest "Votes for Women" demonstration; page 2

Greatest "Votes for Women" demonstration; page 2

Describes suffrage parade divisions and lists many participants, "mostly white, but some colored"; photomechanical prints of banners of Women's Political Union, farmers, motorists and sea captains.