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The Great exhibition of 1860.

Meeting of loyal citizens.

Lincoln oder McClellan? An die Deitschen in Amerika.

National anthem for the obsequies of the late President Lincoln, in Union Square.

The Following are the headings of the (Sunday) morning, New York Herald!

President Lincoln's funeral. [Harper's Weekly illustration.]

Political and business convention. Circular No. 1. Thursday morning Sept. 3d. 1868.

In memoriam. Long Island farmer on the death of his beloved wife, March 24, 1881. Little Neck, L. I. 1881.

Long Island farmer on laying the corner stone of Spinney's Sunday school ... Little Nick, L. L., August 1881.

Long Island farmer on seeing a beautiful quilt, made by Miss Ella Foster of Flushing ... Blood H. Cutter. Little Neck, L. I. Jan. 1885.

New map of Kings and Queens counties, New York : from actual surveys.

Platform ticket, Pioneers and Friends of Woman's Progress

Metropolitan Opera House Reunion of the Pioneers and Friends of Woman's Progress on Elizabeth Cady Stanton's Eightieth Birthday

Facsimiles of notes made by Theodore Roosevelt at the Lincoln centennial dinner, February 13th, 1905.

National Arbitration and Peace Congress Dinner Menu, Hotel Astor, New York City

Anne Fitzhugh Miller, President, Geneva Political Equality Club, Delegate Card to National Arbitration and Peace Congress, New York

Women's suffrage agitation

Hughes Censored in Resolutions, 39th annual New York State Woman Suffrage Association convention; page 2

Neglected Suffragists: William W. Gilles Letter to Editor, New York Times

Geneva Political Equality Club Afternoon Meeting at the Home of Mrs. W. H. Partidge

League of self-supporting women meeting notice, Anne Cobden Sanderson speaking on Militant Suffrage Movement at Cooper Union

Biographical sketch and photomechanical print of Anne Cobden Sanderson

Hughes Censored in Resolutions, 39th annual New York State Woman Suffrage Association convention

National Arbitration and Peace Conference Last Week

College Women on Dr. Abbott's Trail

Notice of Woman Suffrage Mass Meeting Carnegie Hall

Mrs. Cobden Sanderson Addresses Men in Madison Square

Suffragists Win--Over A Man Milliner

Society Women Now Join in Suffragette Propaganda

Women Who Want the Ballot Give Their Reasons; page 3

Women Who Want the Ballot Give Their Reasons; page 2

Women Who Want the Ballot Give their Reasons

Suffragists Display New Offices at Reception; page 2

Noted Men for Equal Suffrage organize Voters' League

Harriot Stanton Blatch to Anne Fitzhugh Miller, February 23, 1909

Geneva Political Equality Annual Meeting Held at the home of Mrs. Maria R. Hemiup

Women Out in Mass to Welcome Mrs. Pankhurst

Welcome to Mrs. Pankhurst; Lots of Clothes But Little Talk at the Reception; page 2

Suffragists Display New Offices at Reception

Mrs. Belmont Presiding At Carnegie Hall Suffrage Meeting; page 2

Woman Suffrage Party: Organization and mission statement

What's the Matter With New York? If I lived in Finland, Norway...

Welcome to Mrs. Pankhurst; Lots of Clothes But Little Talk at the Reception

Mrs. Belmont Presiding At Carnegie Hall Suffrage Meeting

The Clamor of Women

Mass Meeting in Honor of Emmeline Pankhurst, Carnegie Hall

Mrs. Clarence Mackay to Meet Governor Hughes

Woman Suffrage Party Membership Card

Platform Ticket: Carnegie Hall Meeting to honor Emmeline Pankhurst

Attention Suffragists; Hearing at 2 pm; Mass Meeting at 8 pm, Albany

Votes for Women postcard; Color Illustration of Woman Suffrage Headquarters Building, Fifth Avenue, New York City

Many women voters gather to celebrate

Equal Franchise Society List of Publications

Mrs. Mackay Reads Suffrage Platform Friday

Suffrage Appeal; Women Address Governors in Washington

Suffragists in Storm Scold the Lawmakers

Nora Blatch De Forest to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Volley-Thunder. Discusses suffrage factions lobbying New York State Legislature

The Equal Franchise Society meeting announcement

Greater New York Woman Suffrage Convention,

Suffrage Matinee organized by Beatrice Forbes-Robertson for benefit of Equality League of Self-Supporting Women at Maxine Elliott's Theatre

Suffragists in Storm Scold the Lawmakers; page 2

Woman Suffrage Protest Meeting Notice

Greater New York Woman Suffrage Convention, (Mrs. Mackay will read the Platform)

Women's Political Union invitation to shop opening

Harriet Stanton Blatch addressing Union Square suffrage meeting, photomechanical print

Anna Howard Shaw addressing Union Square suffrage meeting, photomechanical print

Militant Suffragists Line Up for Grand March in Crusade for Votes

Suffrage Parade a Success; Greatest Demonstration

Head of Procession with pioneer carriage, New York Suffrage Parage, photomechanical print

New York City Suffrage Parade photograph, top left

Balance Sheet of Receipts for New York Suffrage Parade

New York City Suffrage Parade photograph, bottom left

James Lee Laidlaw

F. R. Hazard

The Company of Men in the Procession:

The Advancing Suffrage Cause

Mrs. Robert Elder

14th Assembly District Club, Political Equality Association

Suffragists Parade to Union Square; page 2

Woman Suffrage Party Mass Meeting

New York City Suffrage Parade photograph, bottom right

To All Women, Greeting: Woman Suffrage Pageant and Mass Meeting

Plans Suffrage

Mayor Gaynor Fails to Review Parade and So Misses the Enthusiasm

Suffragists Parade to Union Square

Mrs. James Lees Laidlaw

Sylvia Pankhurst speaks in New York City; page 2

New York City Women's Parade

Greatest "Votes for Women" demonstration; page 2

The Woman Suffrage Party membership card

Militant Suffragists Line Up for Grand March in Crusade for Votes; page 2

Charles J. Goldmark to Anne Fitzhugh Miller

Newspaper photomechanical print of Harriot Stanton Blatch

The Advancing Suffrage Cause; page 2

A Demonstration that Made an Impression and Saturday's Parade Re-reviewed

New York State Woman Suffrage Association invitation to Susan B. Anthony Reception and Fair

Women's Political March: Musical Score

New York City Suffrage parade photograph top right

[I called upon Carrie Merker]

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