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Suffrage hay wagon

Suffrage hay wagon

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Summary

Photograph shows suffragettes in horse-drawn wagon with banner drapped on side, "Woman's cause is man's, they rise or fall together".
Suffragettes on their way to New York City Hall to present Mayor Gaynor with tickets to Yonkers suffrage event, Aug. 30, 1913.
LOT subdivision subject: Women's suffrage in the United States - Activities, 1913-1914.
George Grantham Bain Collection (Library of Congress).
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01/01/1913
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new york
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