Cartoon shows a hot air balloon labeled "Suffrage Universel" with wings floating above the Pyrenees and headed toward a sign labeled "Espagne". Title from item. Illus. from: Actualités, no. 248. Tissandier collection.
Centerfold prints show Columbia considering why she should pardon Confederate troops who are begging for forgiveness when an African American Union soldier with an amputated leg does not have the right to vote.
Title and other information transcribed from caption card. Illus. in: Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, vol. 29 (1869 Oct. 2), p. 56.
Illustration showing on the top, African American women selling flowers outside a building in Washington, D.C.; and on the bottom, African American men registering to vote. Title from item. Illus. in: Harper's ... more
Illustration shows the Temple of Liberty boarded up by Southern states to disenfranchise black voters while inviting the North, represented by New York's Tammany Hall, to do the same in spite of Secretary of St... more
Title and other information transcribed from caption card. Illus. in: Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, vol. 50 (1880 July 3), p. 312.
Title transcribed from item. Summary: Studio portrait, full-length, seated, Elizabeth L. Comstock (left), wearing a cloak and lightweight bonnet and holding a second dress bonnet, and Laura S. Heaviland (right)... more
Wood engraving after sketch by J. Gibson. Title and other information transcribed from caption card. Illus. in: Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, vol. 64 (1887 April 16), p. 133.
Wood engraving after drawing by Matt. Morgan. Title and other information transcribed from caption card. Illus. in: Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, vol. 65 (1888 July 21), p. 357.
Title and information transcribed from item. Summary: Three-quarter length portrait of Mary E. McDowell, seated, facing camera, in ornately carved chair, with book in lap. Caption on cropped version of same ima... more
Clippings cover Ella Hawley Crossett's remarks on history of New York State Woman Suffrage Association, need to organize county clubs, and higher education of women in England and Germany; cameo image of Crossett
Lewis responds to anti-suffragists, noting support of National Grande and American Federation of Labor and interest among working women; see also 3:139 Clipping above, probably from 1900, notes lack of support ... more
Title and information transcribed from item. Summary: Formal portrait, head and chest, May Eliza Wright Sewall, facing forward, wearing lace collar and ruffled dress.
Title transcribed from item. Summary: Head-and-shoulders portrait of actress Julia Marlowe, hair loose, facing camera. Research indicates uncropped version of this photograph was published as a postcard by the ... more
Title and information transcribed from item. Summary: Head-and-shoulder portrait of Helen Keller, facing right. Published in Official Program Woman Suffrage Procession, Washington, D.C., March 13, 1913, Nationa... more
Anne Fitzhugh Miller was a delegate to New York Woman's Suffrage Association Syracuse Convention. Button image: Susan B. Anthony
Title and information transcribed from item. Summary: Formal portrait, head and chest, Rose Schneiderman, facing forward, wearing high-collared dress or blouse with large bow at neck. Verso: "Please return to E... more
Women's Freedom League, which split from Women's Social and Political Union in October 1907, protest at London police courts against man-made laws. Date based on sandwich board signs announcing suffrage meeting... more
Man and woman in bed, with the woman talking to the man, who is holding his head over a bedpan. H88334 U.S. Copyright Office Stereo copyrighted by B.W. Kilburn. This record contains unverified, old data from ca... more
Title transcribed from item. Summary: Head and shoulders portrait of Judge Catharine Gouger Waugh McCulloch, facing camera, in high lace collar. Judge and attorney Catherine McCulloch chaired the Legislative Co... more
Hyde Park Suffrage Demonstration Program includes map showing route of 7 processions and placement of 20 speaker's platforms, encircled by portraits of 20 women speakers and border of purple violets.
Hyde Park Suffrage Demonstration Program includes map showing route of 7 processions and placement of 20 speaker's platforms, encircled by portraits of 20 women speakers and list of 60 speakers; border of pink rosettes.
Photograph shows Sarah Anderson sitting in a rocking chair, lighting a cigarette. Title from item. Forms part of: National Photo Company Collection (Library of Congress).
Suffrage lecture at Marble House, Newport, featuring Anna Howard Shaw and Julia Ward Howe, raised $1,500 for National American Woman Suffrage Association. Photomechanical prints of Julia Ward Howe and Alva Belmont
photomechanical print of Anne Fitzhugh Miller and Elizabeth Smith Miller, who received tribute for their work at Ontario County Woman Suffrage Association Convention.
Photomechanical print shows "Votes for Women" airship floating above London. Mureil Matters distributed Women's Freedom League handbills over London by airship in February 1909.
Extracts from Anne Fitzhugh Miller's introduction to Emmeline Pankhurst; few men in fair-sized crowd; Pankhurst declares more violence done to women than by women. More sex discrimination than class discriminat... more
Title from another copy of the photo in the National Woman's Party Records, Box I:155, Folder: Paul, Alice. National Photo Company Collection.
Announcing lectures by Anna Howard Shaw and Charles Zueblin; Photomechanical prints of Anna Shaw, Mrs. Belmont and Marble House
Politicians and men as well as women attended Emmeline Pankhurst lecture at Massey Hall, where she noted that militant measures became necessary to get message to public because press ignored woman suffrage cause.