National Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage, no date.



Suffrage parade, New York City, 1913. 


Woman’s Journal and Suffrage News, March 1912. 


Postcard, 1915. 


Paper napkin from the National Association for Woman Suffrage gathering, Hyde Park, 1908. 


Campaign poster, California, 1911. 


Official Program of suffrage parade, Washington, D.C., March 3, 1913  


Pro-Suffrage Poster, no date. 


Poster warns: “Danger! Woman’s Suffrage Would Double the Irresponsible Vote,” 1912. 


Postcard, c.1915. 


“Votes for Women,” 1919. 

“Give Mother the Vote,” Rose O’Neill, 1915. 


Poster, 1910.


Handbill, College Equal Suffrage League, Portland, Oregon,  no date.


Shredded Wheat advertisement, 1919. 


"The Sky Is Now Her Limit,"  by Bushnell, New York Times, 1920. 


"The Apotheosis of Suffrage,"  by George Yost Coffin, 1896. 


"Election Day,"  by E.W. Gustin, 1910. 


"The Awakening,"  by Hy Mayer, 1915. 


“Making the Polls Attractive to Anti-Suffragists,” Ralph Barton, Puck, February 20, 1915.     


"The Woman Who Dared,” The Daily Graphic, v. 1, no. 81, June 5, 1873 . 


“Barred Out/When Woman Has Her Vote,” Life 62, October 16, 1913.    


"Susan B. Anthony Chasing President Cleveland,” by Charles Lewis Bartholomew, c. 1892 . 


"Tearing off the Bonds,” Lou Rogers, Judge Magazine, October 19, 1912. 


"The Anti,” Lou Rogers, Judge Magazine, September 14, 1912.  


Suffragist “Mrs. Suffern,” holding sign, 1914.


Inez Boissevain, wearing white cape, seated on white horse at the suffrage parade in Washington, D.C., March 1913. 


National Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage, no date.


Florence F. Noyes as “Liberty” in suffrage pageant, Washington, D.C. March  1913. 


Governor Edwin Morrow signs Kentucky’s ratification of the Anthony Amendment, January 6, 1920.  


Suffrage campaign days in New Jersey, c. 1914.

Rainy day suffrage parade during the Republican National Convention, Chicago, 1916. 


Head of the suffrage parade, Washington, D.C. March 3, 1913. 


National Woman Suffrage headquarters office in Cleveland, Ohio, 1912.


“The first picket line—College day in the picket line,” February 1917, in front of the White House. 


Crowd at Washington, D.C. suffrage parade, March 3, 1913.


Suffrage parade, New York City, May 6, 1912.

Chicago billboard, c. 1918.  

Chicago, 1912. 

Grace Wilbur Trout representing Illinois at the Republican National Convention, Chicago, 1912

Suffrage booth, Cleveland, Ohio, 1918.

National Woman Suffrage headquarters office in Cleveland, Ohio, 1912.

Chicago suffrage protest, 1920.  

“Kaiser Wilson,” Harris & Ewing, Washington, D.C. Protest, c. 1918. 

Suffragists from the American West protest, no date.  

Selling flowers in Mrs. Spinack’s car, New York City, 1913.  

“Votes for Women,” London, no date.

Suffrage parade, New York, 1916.

“Welcome suffrage envoys,” suffragists welcoming visitors. no date.

Painting a sign ahead of a suffrage procession in Washington, DC. no date.

Suffragist, 1917.

Susan B. Anthony holding a suffrage banner. no date.

Bertha Furman, suffragist, 1917.

Protestor in front of the White House, 1913.

Suffrage procession in Washington, DC, 1913.

“Votes for Women” sash, in purple and gold colors.