Bryn Mawr College Library Special Collections

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Pamphlets, Leaflets, and Newspaper Clippings State-by-state account of progressive legislation - jump to larger image
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Woman Suffrage Bazaar and Exhibition, Horticultural Hall program [owned by M. Carey Thomas] 1912 Feb
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“Breaking Into the Human Race” essay reprinted from Hampton’s Magazine by Rheta Childe Dorr; National American Woman Suffrage Assocation, New York c. 1912
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“Equal Suffrage” address of Chief Justice Walter Clark (North Carolina Supreme Court) before the Equal Suffrage league 1915 Feb
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“What Women Might Do With the Ballot; The Abolition of the White Slave Traffic” Clifford G. Roe, National Women Suffrage Association, New York c. 1915-1920
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“Suffrage Plays, to be had from the National American Woman Suffrage Association” catalogue, New York n.d.
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“The Life of Lucy Stone" Alice Stone Blackwell n.d.

Leaflets

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Association for the Advancement of Women 10th Congress advertisement 1882
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Facts Stronger Than Theory” National Women Suffrage Association 1909
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“Women in the Home” Susan Fitzgerald, National Woman Suffrage Publishing Company [2 copies] c. 1910-1920 
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“Measuring up results of Equal Suffrage in Colorado” California Equal Suffrage Association, San Francisco c. 1910-1911
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“Justice to California Women” California Equal Suffrage Association, San Francisco c. 1910-1911
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 “Pigs versus Boys” advertisement for The Woman’s Journal, National American Woman Suffrage Association c. 1910-1916
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Advertisement for Second America-Canadian Lecture Tour of Mrs. Pankhurst 1911
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“A Allegory On Wimmen’s Rights” excerpt from My Opinions and Betsy Bobbet’s by Marietta Holley, San Francisco c. 1911
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“Justice Simple Justice/Women Vote”  California Equal Suffrage Association, San Francisco c.1911
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“Opinions of Local Catholic Clergymen” California Equal Suffrage, San Francisco c. 1911
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“Opinions of Eminent Catholic Clergymen” California Equal Suffrage, San Francisco c. 1911
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“Resolutions Adopted by the Equal suffrage League of Virginia” 3rd annual convention in Lynchburg, Virginia 1913
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“Two Years of Equal Suffrage in California – Its Results” National Women Suffrage Association c. 1913-1917
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“Facts for the Delegates, Convention 1913” with National Association Budget, National Suffrage Association 1913
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“Report of Committee on Anti-Suffrage” Mrs. Arthur M. Dodge, New York State Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage c. 1914
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“The Revolution in Women’s Work Makes Votes for Women a Practical Necessity” Katharine Houghton Hepburn, Equal Suffrage League of Virginia [2 copies] c. 1914-1920 
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“Twenty Facts About Women Suffrage” N ational Women Suffrage Association, New York [2 copies] c. 1915
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“Do Men Represent Women?” Anne O’Hagan, National Women Suffrage Association c. 1915-1917
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“Why the Working Woman Needs The Vote” Mrs. Mary Kenney O’Sullivan,  National Women Suffrage Association c. 1915-1917
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“The Women Are Tired of Waiting” Grace Vernon c. 1915-1920
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“Answer to Anti-Suffragists” Equal Suffrage League of Virginia c. 1917-1918
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“Federal Amendment”  Equal Suffrage League of Virginia c. 1917-1918
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“Laws of Virginia: With Regard to Women Contrasted With Laws Where Women Vote” Equal Suffrage League of Virginia c. 1918-1920
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“Human-rights Not in violation of States’ Rights: An Appeal to the Men of Virginia” Mary Polland Clarke, Equal Suffrage League of Virginia c. 1918-1920
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“Sample Ballot” from Democratic Party for 1922 State election, featuring photographs of Daniel J. Mahoney, Susan W. Fitzgerald & William L. Keenan c. 1922
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“Topics for Women’s Clubs & Men’s Clubs” on social issues; photograph of Mrs. Pankhurst n.d.

 

Newspaper Clippings

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The Press: “Dr. Shaw Talks of Suffrage Hopes: Leader predicts Several States Will Give Ballot to Women in 1914” 1913 Dec
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Public Ledger: “Dr. [Anna] Shaw Willing To Go To Prison: Head of Suffragists in US Would Serve Jail Sentence Rather Than Pay Fine for Refusing to Pay Taxes” 1913 Dec
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The College News: “B.M. Memorial to Anna Howard Shaw Backed by Leading Suffragists; May Become Official Memorial of National Suffrage Association”  [photocopy] 1920 Jan

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