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CARTOON: WOMEN'S RIGHTS, 1930. 'One of Life's Little Ironies.' American cartoon comment on the occasion of the national census of 1930, on Uncle Sam's low opinion of women's work. Cartoon, 26 April 1930.
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WOMEN'S RIGHTS, 1870s.
A meeting of the National Women's Suffrage Association in the 1870s, with Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton on the platform. Contemporary wood engraving.
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WASHINGTON, D.C.: SUFFRAGE.
Suffragettes arriving from New York, parading up Pennsylvania Avenue after marching to the Capitol. Photographed looking toward the Capitol along Pennsylvania Avenue between 4th and 5th Streets. A film crew is visible at lower right. Photograph, c1917.
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WOMEN'S RIGHTS PARADE.
A women's rights parade near Madison Square Park in New York City, c1917.
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EQUAL RIGHTS OPPONENT.
Dean G. Acheson arguing before the Senate Judiciary Committee against the proposed Equal Rights Amendment, 8 February 1938.
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EQUAL RIGHTS SUPPORTERS.
Emma Guffey Miller, Democratic National Committee member, photographed with Senator Edward R. Burke, author of the Equal Rights Amendment, during the Senate Judiciary Committee hearings on the proposed amendment, 9 February 1938.
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SUFFRAGETTE OFFICE, 1908.
Men have gathered outside an office of the women's suffrage movement in New York City as women and men enter to attend a meeting, 16 February 1908.
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BELLA ABZUG (1920-1998).
Née Savitsky. American lawyer, politician, and social activist. Photographed in 1985. Full credit: Weber - ullstein bild / Granger, NYC -- All rights res
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AMELIA BLOOMER (1818-1894).
American social reformer. Amelia Bloomer's full-trousered costume which came to bear her name: wood engraving, 1851.
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SUFFRAGE CARTOON, c1919.
'Are Not Women Half the Nation?': American pro-suffrage cartoon, c1919.
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WOMEN'S RIGHTS, 1792.
Allegorical depiction of a woman presenting the seated figure of Liberty with a copy of Mary Wollstonecraft's 'A Vindication of the Rights of Woman.' Engraved frontispiece from the first volume of 'The Lady's Magazine,' printed at Philadelphia, December 1792.
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WOMEN'S RIGHTS: CARTOON.
Cartoon showing a woman approaching stairs leading to the trophy 'Fame,' labelled 'Loneliness,' 'Anxiety,' 'Suffrage' and 'Career,' as she looks back at children standing on lower steps labelled 'Home,' 'Children,' 'Marriage' and 'Love.' Cartoon by Laura E. Foster, c1912.
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WOMEN'S RIGHTS, c1910.
'What a Woman may be and yet not have the Vote. What a Man may have been and yet not lose the vote.' English postcard, c1910.
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OREGON: WOMEN'S SUFFRAGE.
Abigail Scott Duniway signing Oregon's Equal Suffrage Proclamation on 30 November 1912, as Governor Oswald West and Viola Coe look on.
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PARIS: WOMEN'S MARCH, 1971.
Women's rights demonstration advocating the legalization of abortion and free contraception information, in Paris, 20 November 1971. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved. 
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FRANCE: FEMINISTS, c1848.
Group of feminists rallying for the right to divorce. Caricature by Honore Daumier, c1848.
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WHITE LEAGUE, 1874.
A cartoon from a Northern American newspaper of 1874 on the efforts of the White League in Louisiana to intimidate and disenfranchise Black voters.
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ANGELINA EMILY GRIMKE
(1805-1879). American reformer and abolitionist. Engraving, 19th century.
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ALICE PAUL (1885-1977).
American social reformer.
Fellow suffragettes watch Alice Paul sewing another star on the suffragette flag, c1912-1920.
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WHITE HOUSE: SUFFRAGETTES.
Suffragettes holding a sign that reads 'Mr. President What Will You Do for Women's Suffrage," outside the White House in Washington, D.C., c1918.
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WOMEN'S RIGHTS PARADE, 1913.
A women's rights parade in New York City, 3 May 1913.
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WOMEN'S RIGHTS: MUSIC, 1869.
Lithograph sheet music cover of an American song satire on the women's suffrage movement, 1869.
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WOMEN'S SUFFRAGE, 1912.
An American women's suffrage parade in New York City, 6 May 1912.
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LUCY STONE (1818-1893).
American woman suffragist. Oil over a photograph.
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LONDON: SUFFRAGETTES, 1914.
Suffragettes arrested outside Buckingham Palace. Photographed May 1914.
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SUFFRAGE PARADE, 1913.
Suffrage parade in Washington, D.C., 3 March 1913.
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WOMEN'S RIGHTS CARTOON, 1915.
An 'anti-suffragist' has a vision of a corrupt politician holding a sword saying 'Woman's place is in the home.' Lithograph, 1915.
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WOMEN'S RIGHTS MEMORIAL.
Members of the National Council of the Woman's Party honor the birthday of Susan B. Anthony by placing a wreath on a statue in the U.S. Capitol, 15 February 1929.
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WOMEN'S RIGHTS CARTOON.
'Ye May Session of Ye Woman's Rights Convention'. American cartoon satire, 1859.
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LOCKWOOD CAMPAIGN, 1884.
An amused crowd of onlookers at Rahway, New Jersey, watches a parade of men dressed in Mother Hubbards and striped stockings, an attempt to ridicule the 1884 presidential campaign of Belva Lockwood on the Equal Rights ticket. Contemporary wood engraving.
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WHITE HOUSE: SUFFRAGETTES.
Women suffragettes holding a banner addressing President Woodrow Wilson, in front of the White House, Washington, D.C., 1917.
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SUFFRAGE BILLBOARD, 1916.
A suffragette putting up a National Woman's Party billboard encouraging Colorado women to vote against Woodrow Wilson in the upcoming election. Photograph, 1916.
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SUFFRAGETTES, 1918.
Lucy Branham burning a speech by President Woodrow Wilson during a National Woman's Party pageant at the Lafayette statue in Washington, D.C. Photograph, 16 September 1918.
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JEANNETTE RANKIN
(1880-1973). American suffragist, pacifist, and first woman to hold national office. Photographed speaking in Washington D.C., 2 April 1917.
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HISTORY.
Rural strike in Mantua: Women mobilised and blocking a road. Illustrator Achille Beltrame (1871-1945), from La Domenica del Corriere, May 1901. Full Credit: Copyright DEA / A. DAGLI ORTI / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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HISTORY.
Political elections in England: Women voting for the first time. Illustrator Achille Beltrame (1871-1945), from La Domenica del Corriere, 20th century. Full Credit: Copyright DEA / A. DAGLI ORTI / Granger, NYC -- All rights reser
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BELVA ANN LOCKWOOD
(1830-1917). American lawyer and women's rights advocate. Steel engraving, American, c1884.
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RECONSTRUCTION, 1867.
Black freedmen voting at Washington, D.C., 5 June 1867. Contemporary American wood engraving.
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JEANNETTE RANKIN
(1880-1973). American suffragist, pacifist, and first woman to hold national office. Photographed reading 'The Suffragist,' c1917.
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ELIZABETH SELDEN ROGERS
(1868-1950). American reformer and suffragist. Photographed speaking in Washington D.C., March 1913.
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