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Mrs. Lawrence Lewis holding flag with Hawaiian star

Mrs. Lawrence Lewis holding flag with Hawaiian star

Mrs. Lawrence Lewis holding flag with Hawaiian star

Mrs. Lawrence Lewis holding flag with Hawaiian star

[Alice Paul and Mrs. Lawrence Lewis holding a conference, Pauline Floyd, sec., at 14 Jackson Place]

Mrs. Lawrence Lewis of Phila[delphia] [Dora Lewis]

Mrs. Lawrence Lewis, Rep. Simon D. Fess Sen. C. Curtis

WOMAN SUFFRAGE. MRS. LAWRENCE LEWIS AND MRS. HARRY LEWENBURG

WOMAN SUFFRAGE. MRS. LAWRENCE LEWIS AND MRS. HARRY LEWENBURG

The day after the police announce that future pickets would be given limit of 6 mos. in prison, Alice Paul led picket line with banner reading "The time has come to conquer or submit for there is but one choice - we have made it." She is followed by Mrs. Lawrence Lewis [Dora Lewis]. This group received 6 mos. in prison.

[Mrs.] Lawrence Lewis [Dora Lewis] of Philadelphia on release from jail after five [d]ays of hunger striking.

Officers of the National Woman's Party who will direct the Woman's Liberty Drive which opens on Thanksgiving Day to raise funds to complete the ratification of the federal suffrage amendment. When the drive opens 20 states will have ratified, 19 have already taken favorable action, and a special session has been called in North Dakota for November 25. 16 states are still needed for the adoption of the amendment. These must be secured, according to suffrage leaders, by the first of March in order to enable women of the country to register in the primaries of all states. The Woman's Liberty Drive will be conducted in states which have already ratified the amendment and the funds will be used in campaigns to persuade reluctant governors to call special sessions of their state legislatures. "If special sessions were called a majority in enough of the legislatures is pledged to complete ratification tomorrow," Alice Paul, chairman of the National Woman's Party and Commander-in-Chief of the drive, stated today. Left to right - top row: Mrs. Agnes Morey of Brookline, Massachusetts chairman of Woman's Party. Mrs. Abby Scott Baker of Washington, political chairman, directing drive in New York state. Mrs. Lawrence Lewis of Philadelphia, finance chairman, touring all campaign states. Center: Mrs. O.H. P. Belmont, New York state chairman. Lower row: Mrs. Clara Snell Wolfe of Texas, directing drive in S.W. Mrs. Nelson Whittemore, Detroit, in charge of Michigan drive, state chairman. Mrs. Genevieve Allen, San Francisco, California chairman.

Officers of the National Woman's Party who will direct the Woman's Liberty Drive which opens on Thanksgiving Day to raise funds to complete the ratification of the federal suffrage amendment. When the drive opens 20 states will have ratified, 19 have already taken favorable action, and a special session has been called in North Dakota for November 25. 16 states are still needed for the adoption of the amendment. These must be secured, according to suffrage leaders, by the first of March in order to enable women of the country to register in the primaries of all states. The Woman's Liberty Drive will be conducted in states which have already ratified the amendment and the funds will be used in campaigns to persuade reluctant governors to call special sessions of their state legislatures. "If special sessions were called a majority in enough of the legislatures is pledged to complete ratification tomorrow," Alice Paul, chairman of the National Woman's Party and Commander-in-Chief of the drive, stated today. Left to right - top row: Mrs. Agnes Morey of Brookline, Massachusetts chairman of Woman's Party. Mrs. Abby Scott Baker of Washington, political chairman, directing drive in New York state. Mrs. Lawrence Lewis of Philadelphia, finance chairman, touring all campaign states. Center: Mrs. O.H. P. Belmont, New York state chairman. Lower row: Mrs. Clara Snell Wolfe of Texas, directing drive in S.W. Mrs. Nelson Whittemore, Detroit, in charge of Michigan drive, state chairman. Mrs. Genevieve Allen, San Francisco, California chairman.
Officers of the National Woman's Party who will direct the Woman's Liberty Drive which opens on Thanksgiving Day to raise funds to complete the ratification of the federal suffrage amendment. When the drive opens 20 states will have ratified, 19 have already taken favorable action, and a special session has been called in North Dakota for November 25. 16 states are still needed for the adoption of the amendment. These must be secured, according to suffrage leaders, by the first of March in order to enable women of the country to register in the primaries of all states. The Woman's Liberty Drive will be conducted in states which have already ratified the amendment and the funds will be used in campaigns to persuade reluctant governors to call special sessions of their state legislatures. "If special sessions were called a majority in enough of the legislatures is pledged to complete ratification tomorrow," Alice Paul, chairman of the National Woman's Party and Commander-in-Chief of the drive, stated today. Left to right - top row: Mrs. Agnes Morey of Brookline, Massachusetts chairman of Woman's Party. Mrs. Abby Scott Baker of Washington, political chairman, directing drive in New York state. Mrs. Lawrence Lewis of Philadelphia, finance chairman, touring all campaign states. Center: Mrs. O.H. P. Belmont, New York state chairman. Lower row: Mrs. Clara Snell Wolfe of Texas, directing drive in S.W. Mrs. Nelson Whittemore, Detroit, in charge of Michigan drive, state chairman. Mrs. Genevieve Allen, San Francisco, California chairman.

Conferring over ratification [of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution] at [National Woman's Party] headquarters, Jackson Pl[ace] [Washington, D.C.]. L-R Mrs. Lawrence Lewis, Mrs. Abby Scott Baker, Anita Pollitzer, Alice Paul, Florence Boeckel, Mabel Vernon (standing, right)

Organizing the First Convention of Women Voters Since Suffrage Passed. Officers of the National Woman's Party in active charge of preparations for the convention of their members which will decide the future of the organization, to meet in Washington, February 15-19, 1921, left to right: Miss Mabel Vernon, of Wilmington, Del., chairman of convention delegates; Mrs. Lawrence Lewis of Philadelphia, chairman of the suffrage memorial committee; Alice Paul, national chairman of the Party; Mrs. Florence Brewer Boeckel of Washington, D.C., press chairman; Mrs. Abby Scott Baker of Washington, D.C., political chairman; Miss Anita Pollitzer, program chairman.

National Council Meeting, 1924. L-R: 1. Dora Ogle (Md), 2. Mrs. J.D. Wilkinson (La), 3. Mrs. Lawrence Lewis (Pa), 4. Lavinia Egan (La), 5. Edith Ainge (N.Y.), 6. Alice Paul (N.J.), 7. Martha Souder (Pa), 8. Florence Boeckel (D.C.), 9. Edith Hooker (Nev.)

Wash. D.C. Interested listeners. At the Thursday hearings of the House rules lobby investigation. Left to right, Rep. John J. McSwain (D of Tenn), Rep. W.B. Cox (D of Ga), Rep. Howard D. Smith (D of Va) and Lawrence Lewis, (D), Rep. of Col. listen in intently as charges and counter charges echo across the caucus committee room, 7/11/35

Uncle Sam 'paid' for place cards at this Solon's luncheon. Washington, D.C., March 29. Place cards at the luncheon given by Rep. Lawrence Lewis, democrat of Colorado, for his friends at the Capitol today were unusual, to say the least. On the back of the cards he left no doubt in the minds of his guests that the government footed the bill for them. 3-29-39

Uncle Sam 'paid' for place cards at this Solon's luncheon. Washington, D.C., March 29. Place cards at the luncheon given by Rep. Lawrence Lewis, democrat of Colorado, for his friends at the Capitol today were unusual, to say the least. On the back of the cards he left no doubt in the minds of his guests that the government footed the bill for them. 3-29-39

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: George Washington to Lawrence Lewis, September 25, 1799

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: George Washington to Lawrence Lewis, September 25, 1799

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: George Washington to Lawrence Lewis, September 25, 1799

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: George Washington to Lawrence Lewis, September 25, 1799

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: George Washington to Lawrence Lewis, September 25, 1799

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: George Washington to Lawrence Lewis, September 25, 1799

George Washington Papers, Series 4, General Correspondence: George Washington to Lawrence Lewis, September 25, 1799

Woodlawn, 9000 Richmond Highway, Mount Vernon, Fairfax County, VA

Woodlawn, 9000 Richmond Highway, Mount Vernon, Fairfax County, VA

Woodlawn, 9000 Richmond Highway, Mount Vernon, Fairfax County, VA

Woodlawn, 9000 Richmond Highway, Mount Vernon, Fairfax County, VA

Woodlawn, 9000 Richmond Highway, Mount Vernon, Fairfax County, VA

Woodlawn, 9000 Richmond Highway, Mount Vernon, Fairfax County, VA

Woodlawn, 9000 Richmond Highway, Mount Vernon, Fairfax County, VA

Woodlawn, 9000 Richmond Highway, Mount Vernon, Fairfax County, VA

Woodlawn, 9000 Richmond Highway, Mount Vernon, Fairfax County, VA

Woodlawn, 9000 Richmond Highway, Mount Vernon, Fairfax County, VA

Woodlawn, 9000 Richmond Highway, Mount Vernon, Fairfax County, VA

Woodlawn, 9000 Richmond Highway, Mount Vernon, Fairfax County, VA

Woodlawn, 9000 Richmond Highway, Mount Vernon, Fairfax County, VA

Woodlawn, 9000 Richmond Highway, Mount Vernon, Fairfax County, VA

Woodlawn, 9000 Richmond Highway, Mount Vernon, Fairfax County, VA

Woodlawn, 9000 Richmond Highway, Mount Vernon, Fairfax County, VA

Woodlawn, 9000 Richmond Highway, Mount Vernon, Fairfax County, VA

Woodlawn, 9000 Richmond Highway, Mount Vernon, Fairfax County, VA

Woodlawn, 9000 Richmond Highway, Mount Vernon, Fairfax County, VA

Woodlawn, 9000 Richmond Highway, Mount Vernon, Fairfax County, VA

Woodlawn, 9000 Richmond Highway, Mount Vernon, Fairfax County, VA

Woodlawn, 9000 Richmond Highway, Mount Vernon, Fairfax County, VA

Woodlawn, 9000 Richmond Highway, Mount Vernon, Fairfax County, VA

Woodlawn, 9000 Richmond Highway, Mount Vernon, Fairfax County, VA

Woodlawn, 9000 Richmond Highway, Mount Vernon, Fairfax County, VA

Woodlawn, 9000 Richmond Highway, Mount Vernon, Fairfax County, VA

Woodlawn, 9000 Richmond Highway, Mount Vernon, Fairfax County, VA

Woodlawn, 9000 Richmond Highway, Mount Vernon, Fairfax County, VA

Woodlawn, 9000 Richmond Highway, Mount Vernon, Fairfax County, VA

Woodlawn, 9000 Richmond Highway, Mount Vernon, Fairfax County, VA

Woodlawn, 9000 Richmond Highway, Mount Vernon, Fairfax County, VA

Woodlawn, 9000 Richmond Highway, Mount Vernon, Fairfax County, VA

Woodlawn, 9000 Richmond Highway, Mount Vernon, Fairfax County, VA

Woodlawn, 9000 Richmond Highway, Mount Vernon, Fairfax County, VA

Woodlawn, 9000 Richmond Highway, Mount Vernon, Fairfax County, VA

Woodlawn, 9000 Richmond Highway, Mount Vernon, Fairfax County, VA

Woodlawn, 9000 Richmond Highway, Mount Vernon, Fairfax County, VA

The Louisiana purchase and one of its first explorers, Zebulon Montgomery Pike. Extension of remarks of Hon. Lawrence Lewis of Colorado in the House of representatives, Thursday, March 9, 1939. Address by the late Honorable Alva Adams of Pueblo

The Louisiana purchase and one of its first explorers, Zebulon Montgomery Pike. Extension of remarks of Hon. Lawrence Lewis of Colorado in the House of representatives, Thursday, March 9, 1939. Address by the late Honorable Alva Adams of Pueblo

The Louisiana purchase and one of its first explorers, Zebulon Montgomery Pike. Extension of remarks of Hon. Lawrence Lewis of Colorado in the House of representatives, Thursday, March 9, 1939. Address by the late Honorable Alva Adams of Pueblo

The Louisiana purchase and one of its first explorers, Zebulon Montgomery Pike. Extension of remarks of Hon. Lawrence Lewis of Colorado in the House of representatives, Thursday, March 9, 1939. Address by the late Honorable Alva Adams of Pueblo

The Louisiana purchase and one of its first explorers, Zebulon Montgomery Pike. Extension of remarks of Hon. Lawrence Lewis of Colorado in the House of representatives, Thursday, March 9, 1939. Address by the late Honorable Alva Adams of Pueblo

The Louisiana purchase and one of its first explorers, Zebulon Montgomery Pike. Extension of remarks of Hon. Lawrence Lewis of Colorado in the House of representatives, Thursday, March 9, 1939. Address by the late Honorable Alva Adams of Pueblo

The Louisiana purchase and one of its first explorers, Zebulon Montgomery Pike. Extension of remarks of Hon. Lawrence Lewis of Colorado in the House of representatives, Thursday, March 9, 1939. Address by the late Honorable Alva Adams of Pueblo

The Louisiana purchase and one of its first explorers, Zebulon Montgomery Pike. Extension of remarks of Hon. Lawrence Lewis of Colorado in the House of representatives, Thursday, March 9, 1939. Address by the late Honorable Alva Adams of Pueblo

The Louisiana purchase and one of its first explorers, Zebulon Montgomery Pike. Extension of remarks of Hon. Lawrence Lewis of Colorado in the House of representatives, Thursday, March 9, 1939. Address by the late Honorable Alva Adams of Pueblo

Lawrence Lewis House, 815 Franklin Street (moved to 11701 River Drive, Lorton), Alexandria, Independent City, VA

Lawrence Lewis House, 815 Franklin Street (moved to 11701 River Drive, Lorton), Alexandria, Independent City, VA

Lawrence Lewis House, 815 Franklin Street (moved to 11701 River Drive, Lorton), Alexandria, Independent City, VA

Lawrence Lewis House, 815 Franklin Street (moved to 11701 River Drive, Lorton), Alexandria, Independent City, VA

Lawrence Lewis House, 815 Franklin Street (moved to 11701 River Drive, Lorton), Alexandria, Independent City, VA

Lawrence Lewis House, 815 Franklin Street (moved to 11701 River Drive, Lorton), Alexandria, Independent City, VA

Lawrence Lewis House, 815 Franklin Street (moved to 11701 River Drive, Lorton), Alexandria, Independent City, VA

Lawrence Lewis House, 815 Franklin Street (moved to 11701 River Drive, Lorton), Alexandria, Independent City, VA

Lawrence Lewis House, 815 Franklin Street (moved to 11701 River Drive, Lorton), Alexandria, Independent City, VA

Lawrence Lewis House, 815 Franklin Street (moved to 11701 River Drive, Lorton), Alexandria, Independent City, VA

Lawrence Lewis House, 815 Franklin Street (moved to 11701 River Drive, Lorton), Alexandria, Independent City, VA

Lawrence Lewis House, 815 Franklin Street (moved to 11701 River Drive, Lorton), Alexandria, Independent City, VA

Lawrence Lewis House, 815 Franklin Street (moved to 11701 River Drive, Lorton), Alexandria, Independent City, VA

Lawrence Lewis House, 815 Franklin Street (moved to 11701 River Drive, Lorton), Alexandria, Independent City, VA

Lawrence Lewis House, 815 Franklin Street (moved to 11701 River Drive, Lorton), Alexandria, Independent City, VA

Lawrence Lewis House, 815 Franklin Street (moved to 11701 River Drive, Lorton), Alexandria, Independent City, VA

Lawrence Lewis House, 815 Franklin Street (moved to 11701 River Drive, Lorton), Alexandria, Independent City, VA

Lawrence Lewis House, 815 Franklin Street (moved to 11701 River Drive, Lorton), Alexandria, Independent City, VA

Lawrence Lewis House, 815 Franklin Street (moved to 11701 River Drive, Lorton), Alexandria, Independent City, VA

Lawrence Lewis House, 815 Franklin Street (moved to 11701 River Drive, Lorton), Alexandria, Independent City, VA

Lawrence Lewis House, 815 Franklin Street (moved to 11701 River Drive, Lorton), Alexandria, Independent City, VA

Lawrence Lewis House, 815 Franklin Street (moved to 11701 River Drive, Lorton), Alexandria, Independent City, VA