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SUFFRAGE: WOODHULL SISTERS.
Victoria Claflin Woodhull and her sister, Tennessee Claflin, unsuccessfully attempting to vote in New York City on election day, 1871. Line engraving, American, 19th century.
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VICTORIA CLAFLIN WOODHULL
(1838-1927). American reformer. Victoria Claflin Woodhull reading her argument in favor of women's suffrage before the Judiciary Committee of the House of Representatives in 1871. Directly behind Mrs. Woodhull is Elizabeth Cady Stanton and at the extreme left is Susan B. Anthony.
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VICTORIA CLAFLIN WOODHULL
(1838-1927). American reformer. 'Get Thee Behind Me, (Mrs) Satan!' Cartoon, 1872, by Thomas Nast attacking Victoria Claflin Woodhull as an advocate of Free Love.
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VICTORIA C. WOODHULL
(1838-1927). American reformer. 'Get Thee Behind Me, (Mrs) Satan!': cartoon, 1872, by Thomas Nast attacking Victoria Claflin Woodhull as an advocate of Free Love.
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0041176
VICTORIA CLAFLIN WOODHULL
(1838-1927). American reformer. George Francis Train (with pistol) visiting Victoria Claflin Woodhull and her sister, Tennessee Claflin, in a New York City prison during the 1870s. Line engraving, American, 19th century.
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VICTORIA CLAFLIN WOODHULL
(1838-1927). American social reformer.
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0010774
SUFFRAGE: WOODHULL SISTERS.
Victoria Claflin Woodhull and her sister, Tennessee Claflin, unsuccessfully attempting to vote in New York City on election day, 1871. Color engraving.
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VICTORIA CLAFLIN WOODHULL
(1838-1927). American reformer and agitator.
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0086881
WOODSTOCK FESTIVAL, 1969.
Audience members at the Woodstock Music Festival in Bethel, upstate New York, 15-17 August 1969.
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0111486
GAY RIGHTS PROTEST, 1970.
Women at a gay rights demonstration in Greenwich Village, New York City, 29 June 1970.
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EMMA GOLDMAN (1869-1940).
American (Lithuanian-born) anarchist. Photographed at the time of her deportation from the United States in 1919.
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0044924
VICTORIA CLAFLIN WOODHULL
(1838-1927). American reformer. Victoria Claflin Woodhull reading her argument in favor of women's suffrage before the Judiciary Committee of the House of Representatives in 1871. Directly behind Mrs. Woodhull is Elizabeth Cady Stanton and at the extreme left is Susan B. Anthony.
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0110080
EMMA GOLDMAN (1869-1940).
Handbill advertising a lecture series by American anarchist Emma Goldman, in Portland, Oregon, 1919.
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0115464
SEGAL: GAY LIBERATION, 1980.
Part of the sculpture group 'Gay Liberation' in Sheridan Square, New York City, by George Segal, 1980.
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SEGAL: GAY LIBERATION, 1980.
'Gay Liberation.' Sculpture group in Sheridan Square, New York City, by George Segal, 1980.
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SEGAL: GAY LIBERATION, 1980.
'Gay Liberation.' Sculpture group in Sheridan Square, New York City, by George Segal, 1980.
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SEGAL: GAY LIBERATION, 1980.
Part of the sculpture group 'Gay Liberation' in Sheridan Square, New York City, by George Segal, 1980.
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0067710
BLACK COUPLE, 1832.
Lithograph from Frances Trollope's 'Domestic Manners of the Americans,' 1832.
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FINE ART.
Guido Reni (1575-1642), The Sleeping Cupid. Full Credit: DEA PICTURE LIBRARY / Granger, NYC -- All rights re
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FINE ART.
Louis Janmot (1814-1892), The Departure of the Soul. Full Credit: DEA / G. DAGLI ORTI / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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0150924
LIBERATION OF PARIS.
Liberation de Paris : french soldier kissing a young girl near by the Arc de Triomphe on August 26th 1944 Neg:515 7. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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FINE ART.
Correggio (also Antonio da Correggio or Antonio Allegri, 1489-1534), The Education of Cupid. Full Credit: DEA PICTURE LIBRARY / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
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0057564
VICTORIA CLAFLIN WOODHULL
(1838-1927). American reformer. G.F. Train (with pistol) visiting Victoria Claflin Woodhull and her sister, Tennessee Claflin, in a New York City prison during the 1870s. Line engraving, American, 19th century.
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VICTORIA CLAFLIN WOODHULL
(1838-1927). American reformer. Oil over a photograph.
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EMMA GOLDMAN (1869-1940).
American anarchist: oil over a photograph taken at the time of her deportation from the United States in 1919.